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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
January 19, 1968

Subjects

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
January 19, 1968

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 35317254
lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
System ID:
AA00010090:02033

Related Items

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

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"Jewish Flor idian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Nurnb?r 3
Mk:mi. Florida, Friday, Jnnunry 19 19C3
Sections
ias Sets
,375,000
|8 Budget
By Special Report
(k\ YORK United Ilias
ke adopted a 1968 budget of
I.OUO designed to provide mi-
In and related services for
(than 50,000 Jews throughout
mid. it was announced by
I. Israels, agency president.
lid that as a result of the Six-
rar new and vital resettle-
needs were created." He re-
to the more than 25.000
who Bed Arab countries in
i.ik. hi the swift Israeli vic-
i
[embers of our overseas staff
itioned at dock-, airports
deception centers to interview
process the refugees. United
ing a significant num-
d uprooted and homeless
establish new lives in
Continued on Page 6-A
Ihodox Are
arned On
u posing Rule lb
fcRUSALEM (JTA) Dr. Im-
auel Jakobovitz, Chief Rabbi of
British Commostwtalth. warn-
Sere this week that Orthodoxy
St learn "in this democratic
that spiritual leaders cannot
)se their authority by rules but
iiy by persuasion and winning
dissidents can their convic-
s prevail."
State Department Raps
Israel's Jerusalem Plan
CARLOS I. ISKAllS
WASHINGTON The State De-
partment announced this week
that the United States would not
recognize Israel's recent move ex- ;
propnating 838 acres in East Jeru-
salem which was formerly held by
Jordan and which Israel occupied
during last June's Six Day War.
Israel made known last week
lhat it had expropriated the prop-
erty in the former Jordanian sec-
lor and that it would pay compen-
sation to the private owners of 225
acres of it. The balance of the laud
had been held by the Jordanian
government before the June War.
In its statement commenting
on the Israeli move, the State
Eshkol Makes Triumphant Tour
Of Canada After Ending U. S. Visit
MONTREAL Israel Prime
Minister Levi Eshkol tallowed up
his whirlwind visit to the United
States with a four-day visit to
Canada this week during which he
met with Prime Minister Lester B.
Pearson and other government
personalities and with civic and
Jewish communal leaders here, in
Toronto and in Ottawa.
After a reception at City Hall,
headed by Mayor Jean Drapeau.
Mr. Eshkol. accompanied by Mrs
Bthkol, presented to the city, on
behalf of his government, the Is-
ael Pavilion which had been one
Of the highlights of the recently
dosed Expo '67 here.
Mr. Eshkol later attended a din-
ner of the Israel Bond Organiza-
tion at Shaar Hashonmayim Syna-
gogue here, where leaders of the
Bond Organization in this city and
in the Commonwealth pledged con-
tinuing support for Israel's eco-
nomic development.
He was also the principal guest
and speaker at the Golden Jubilee
convention of the Hadassah-WIZO
Organization of Canada.
Earlier, Mr. Eshkol was greeted
at an ice-covered Toronto airport
Navy Reverses Order
On Mardi Gras Bias
lr. Jakobovitz spoke at the
kid conference of Ashkenazi and
lhardi synagogues. The confer-
also heard Israel's Ashkenazi
|ef Itabbi Isser Yehuda Unter-
oppose legislation for a uni-
ni ihodox liturgy. Rabbi Un-
man held that unification would
al.out of its own accord as
-ult of improved communica
media.
The heads of the various dele-
tions representing Orthodox
tngregations in America and
I' p.- countries weie received by
(resident Zalman Shazar and
ftrt later welcomed by Jeru-
lem's Mayor Teddy Kollek at
Continued on Page 16-A
WASHINGTON (JTA) The
United States Navy yielded to a
storm of protests this week and
reversed an order that the names
of officers and crewmen of ships
visiting New Orleans in February
be made available to organizations
planning segregated Mardi Gras
parties.
The protests developed when it
was learned that the Navy had
issued a memorandum describing
discrimination against Jews. Ital-
ians and Negroes in New Orleans
as "the way things are" and de-
claring that "we have to go along
with it" The reversal was dis-
closed In a letter from Navy Sec-
retary Paul R. Ignatius to Rep
Jonathan B Bingham, Bronx Dem-
ocrat, one of those who had severe-
original Navy
ly criticized the
memorandum.
Protests also had been made by
the American Jewish Congress, the
National Association for the Ad-
vancement of Colored People, the
Anti-Defamation League of B'nai
Brith. the American Italian Com-
mittee Aga.inst Discrimination.
Rep. William F. Ryan. Manhattan
Democrat, and the American Jew-
ish Committee and the Jewish La-
oor Committee.
Secretary Ignatius wrote to Rep.
Bingham: "There is no excuse for
discrimination. In the past, the
Navy has provided private organi-
zations lists oi officers and men
who might be invited to private
events. These lists were provided
Continued on Page 2-A
by hundreds of Toronto Jews and
several hundred Toronto Jewish
school children who braved the
cold. Representatives of the Com-
monwealth government, the Prov-
ince of Ontario and the City of
Toronto were also on hand to wel-
come the Israeli leader and his
party. The Canadian flag and Is-
ra Is Star ot David were displayed
together at the airport.
The Israeli Premier was due to
arrive in I-ondon later this week.
Before his departure from the
United. States, more than 2,500 |
leaders of organized Jewish life
in the United States gathered in
New York to assure him of
moral support in the achieve-
ment of peace, and material sup-
port for Israeli economic prog-
ress in the coming year.
The pledges were voiced by Ed-
ward Ginsberg of Cleveland, gen-
eral chairman of the United Jewish
Appeal, and Samuel Rothberg of
Peoria, national campaign chair-
man ot the Israel Bond Organiza-
tion. The two leaders served as co-
chairmen ol a tarewell dinner in
honor of Mr. and Mrs. Eshkol.
which was sponsored by 55 na-
tional Jewish organizations. The
audience included prominent per-
sonalities in Jewish affairs, busi-
oess, public and academic life and
the arts and sciences.
The Prune Minister met with a
delegation from the Synagogue
i ouncil of America, headed by its
president, Rabbi Philip Rudin. He
also met with the leadership of the
American Zionist movement, being
greeted by Mrs. Rose I. Halprin.
Continued on Page 9-A
Department criticized what it de-
scribed as "unilateral actions af-
fectir.-j the status of Jerusalem."
Robert McCloskey. spoke-man
for the State Department who is-
sued the statement, declared:
"We believe that the status of
Jerusalem must necessarily be con-
sidered in the context of a settle-
ment of all problems arising out
ol the recent conflict."
The latest move by Israel was
viewed by U.S. officials here as
another step aimed at enlarging
its jurisdiction over the territories
occupied after the June war
Last June, the State Department
criticized what it termed a "hasty
administrative action" by Israel in
it- "administrative annexation" of
the former Jordanian sector of Je-
rusalem. Later last year, the U.S.
government again scored Israel lor
its plan to send settlers into the
occupied territory
New Gunboats
To Counter

Missile Ships
HAIFA (WN'S) The Israeli
N.ny is rushing production of a
"substantial number" of fast boats
that, it contends, can outmaneuver
and outshoot the Russian designed
Egyptian gunboats of the type that
sank the Israeli destroyer Elath
three months ago.
The new vessels, of Israeli de-
sign, are fairly small but are said
to be able to detect and destroy
enemy submarines, planes and
large warships, in addition to the
missile firing Komar- class gun-
boats involved in the sinking of the
Elath.
Israeli sources, while unwilling.
for security reasons, to state the
number of boats that will come out
of Israeli shipyards, were willing
to discuss Mime details of the new
type of vessel.
Well before the sinking of the
Elath on Sept. 21 by Styx mis-
Continued on Page 11-A
TO PROVIDE MAJOR SHARE OF DEVEtOPMENT
Bond Leaders Set National Goal
P. V
M. IMMAHUtl JAKOBOVITZ
By Special Report
NEW YORK More than 4110
Jewish leaders from the United
; States and Canada voted this week
to provide a major share of Is-
I rael's $289,000,000 Development
j Budget this year through the sale
oi State of Israel Bonds.
The decision was reached at the
1968 Planning Conference of the
Board of Governors of the Israel
Bond Organization which met here
I to consider maximum financial
participation in strategic economic
! development projects in Israel.
Dr Joseph J Schwartz, vice
president of the Israel Bond Or-
ganization, emphasized that at a
time when almost all of Israel's re-
sources must be devoted to main-
taining her position in the struggle
for a lasting peace, the launching
of development projects in indus-
try, aviation and commerce vital
| to its economic growth in 1968 will
depend more than ever on the re-
sults of the State of Israel Bond
campaigns in North America and
other parts of the free world."
He said that in the aftermath
of the Middle Eastern hostilities
of last summer, Israel looks to
the Israel Bond Organization to
provide more than half of the
funds required to mee the coun-
try's development needs for the
coming year. In the past, he ex-
plained, Israel Bond receipts cov-
ered only one-third of the Devel-
opment Budget.
Dr. Schwartz stated that the
the bulk of the proceeds from the
sale of Israel Bonds in the United
States in 1968 would remain in
this country, as in previous years,
to repay loans, to cover the pur-
chase of machinery and raw ma-
terials and to pay for other U.S.
items exported to Israel.
Dr. Schwartz stated that the
$289,000,000 in Israel's new Devel-
opment Budget will be allocated to
major branches of the economy as
fellows:
Agriculture
sin.ooo.ooo
Water Projects 17.000.000
Mines and Minerals 21.000.000
Electricity 7.000.000
Industry and Crafts :?2.ooo.ooo
Transport 20.000.000
Posts :u .ooo.ooo
Housing 64.000.000
toads 12.000.000
Government and
Public Buildings 25.000.000
Loans to Local
Authorities 7.000.000
Tourism 6.000.000
Oil Pipelines & Wells 7.000.000
Miscellaneous
Enterprises 5.000.000
Reserve lor Unspecified
Developm't Projects 16,000.000


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SCA To Start Ecumenical Series
ica < *'n,'s : '
j th the Nations
Church a:' eftec1
dialogue with Christ -
aifectins Jewish We
Rabbi Jacob Philip Rudin pn
MeM oi Uw SCA which represents
the major rabbinic and >ynagogue
- Df American Orthodox. Con-
ttive and Reform Judaii
the United States is< *ed during
i visit :o M:j this < '
cd for corfer.
the Sat Coui
hurches to deal with Israe
D irinj th< ; "* !
. anj ,i, aders had i
d diss itisli ti with '"' : ''
>f earlier atUwpU at Christian
rewish dialogue when the oi i
zed Christian communltj failed to
xpress open
.or the caua )1 Israel during last
Naw Reverses Order
On Mardi Gras Bias
Continued from Peg* 1-A
without regard to race or origin.
The commandant of the Eighth
Na\al District, which includes New
Orleans, has been directed to en-
sure that his com.nand does not
provide prospective guests lists
organizations which practice ra-
cial or nauonal-orii'.n discrinuna-
Apprrisers Society Offers
Course in 'Condemnation'
A course in "Condemnation Ao-
prais ng" will be offered by the
American Society of Appraisers on
Jan 18. 19 and 20 at the .. I
rium of the Miami Board of Real-
tor.-, it was announced th -
b> Jules Tear!man. president of
the South Florida Chi
Soci tj
The course w i'.l bt
Henry j Kal'.enbach. editor and
pub', sher of "Just Compensation."
in all day aessioni on .'an. 18 and
19 and in a hai: .:..> session on
Jan 20.
tion in the issuance of invitations
Four Navy ships will be in New
Orleans during Maid; Gras week.
Sources said it r I long Di '- '
Navy and Defense Depart
policy not to sanction official par-
.:ion of units >r it -
segregated events The Defense
Department permits militar} per-
sonnel to attend segregate I
as private individuals, if lhe> to
choose Mr Ignatius a".-o ivroti
Rep. Bir.kham that it was
tunate" that tb< Eficei l
up the memorandum who was
not identified ha that seg
tegatii d was
with it
Secretar) d clan
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g th .:
- -,nd th<
Six-D
Rabbi Rud.n s.d that even be-
fore the P'ans formulated
Wlfh the Cojncil of Churches,
Christian leaders wouid be invit-
ed to attend an SCA conference
next month dealm, with l*r*l.
Commenting on th< ac!u\ement-
,, the Svnaj K*ol>:
told l :- J *ist> Floridian
l he felt tli n h""
been instramerUaJ in winning a
gnttron
among non-Je< ;''
Jews in
lift
He >- i '< '"<' "'' v ha,i
limati lor discus
uoa .. ji wish communitj
even with regard to .--< s
the vari -
jewrj disagrei I am mg them
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[January 19, 1968
*Jewist IkrMiir
Pm? 3-A
lorida Leaders To
Attend ADL Meeting
250 leader* of the A ana
on League of B"nai B'rith
IHighout Florida will con
fliami on Sunday. Jan 28.
upont Plaza Hotel for the
eetiltg of the ADL's Flor
Dnal Board.
from cities including
Jacksonville, Orlando and
fcach, ADL Board members
with Miamians on the
discussions of problems
the resurgence of the Ku
En in Florida, radical left
Seal right extremism and
aalion in employment and
B-'ubs in our state, accord
riirv Wolff, chairman of
DL Board meeting is held
in conjunction with the
fcrier Named Chairman
F. H Henry, a caseworker
iiif of Jewish Family and
- Service, was recently
; chairman of the public
committee of the South
< hapter of the National
AsmB)< n of Social Workers
Leonard L. >*,.-. Human Rela-
tions Award Luncheon.
This year's Abess Award is be-
ing presented to Miami City Com-
missioner M. Athalie Range for
"the significant contribution she
lias made towards improving the
climate of intorgroup relations in
our community."
The Abess Award carries with it
a $1,000 research grant m the field
of human relations, contributed by
.Miami philanthropist Leonard 1.
Abess. in honor ot the recipient of
the award.
The Award is now in its 12th
year and past recipients include
ormcr I"S Sen. Harry P. Cain,
the .Metropolitan Dade County
Community Relations Board, for-
mer Gov. I.cRoy Collins. Editor
William l'. liaggs. Abe Aronovitz.
Dr. Henry King Stanford and Dr. H.
Franklin Williams of the Univer-
sity ol Miami, former President of
the American Bar Association Cody
Fowler, the late Mayor of Miami
Robert King High. IS. Rep. Claude
Pepper, the St. Petersburg Times
and Joseph L. Brechner, president
of Station WFTV. Orlando.
Airport Chapel To Be
Dedicated On Sunday
HtNltY WOlfF
Variety (Hub Tent
Installs Leaders
The installation banquet for the
1968 officers of Variety Club Tent
33 and board members of Variety
Children's Hospital was held Sat-
urday.
Club officers are: J J "Skip"
Shepard, chief barker; Victor Le>
vine and Sam Segal, assistant chief
barkers; Cordon Spradley, proper
ty master. Edward .1. Meliniker,
dough guy. Board members arc
Newell C Taylor. Ralph M. Jones.
Pete Dawson. Charles Pinto. Nich-
olas Ajhar and Sig Eisenberg.
An interfaith chapel designed to
meet the needs ol the three major
faiths will be dedicated at Miami
International Airport in special
private ceremonies at 2 p.m. Sun-
day .
One of the first of its kind in
'he United States, the new chapel
is patterned after the interfaith
facilities utilized in the military
services.
Several years in the planning
stage, the chapel was jointly spon-
sored by the Rabbinical Associa-
tion of Greater Miami, the Diocese
of Miami and the Greater Miami
Council of Churches.
Taking part in the dedication
ceremonies on behalf of the Rab-
binical Association will be Dr. Irv-
ing Lehrman, spiritual leader ol
Temple Kmanu-El, Miami Beach,
association president, and Rabbi
Solomon Schiff, spiritual leader of
Congregation Beth El and execu-
tive vice president of the associ-
ation.
The dedication ceremonies will
be followed from 2:30 to 5 p.m.
by an open house.
Other Jewish representatives to
the chapel include: Dr. Joseph R.
Narot, spiritual leader of Temple
Israel and Dr. Max A. Lipschitz,
spiritual leader of Beth Torah Con-
gregation, who serve on the Advis-
ory Board: and Albert J. Beer,
chapel committee treasurer: and
Sydney Ansin, a member of the
chapel committee.
The 100-seat chapel will be used
for religious services, for a place
of meditation and counsel, advis-
ing the visitors on the religious,
cultural and social services avail-
able to the community.
Reform Groups Appeal
For Halt In Bombing
NEW YORK (JTA) The two
principal rabbinical and lay bodies
of Reform Jewry in the United
Statesthe Central Conference of
American Rabbis and the I'nion of
American Hebrew Congregations-
appealed to President Johnson this
week to "test" the peaceful inten-
tions of North Viet Nam by taking
what they called the "small risk"
of an immediate halt to the bomb-
ing of North Viet Nam.
IHSiPI
Riverside builds a new funeral chapel at 19th and
Alton to serve the Miami Beach community.
RIVERSIDE
MEMORIAL CHAPEL. INC. FUNERAL DIRECTORS
Founded by Charles Rosenthal. 1877-1966
19th Street & Alton Road in the heart of Miami Beach JE 1-1151
Other Riverside chapels in the
Miami-Miami Beach-Ft. Lauderdale-Hollywood areas
1250 Normandy Drive, Miami Beach JE 1-1181
16660 N.E. 19th Avenue, North Miami Beach Wl 7-8690
Douglas Road at S.W. 17th Street, Miami HI 3-2221.
Other chapels, serving the New York metropolitan area, in Manhattan^
The Bronx, Brooklyn, Far Rockaway and Mount Vernon
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Volume 41 Number 3
Friday, January 19, 1958
13 TEVETH 5728
JOSEPH li
AL50P
The Mrtie *ri Shfit*
A Horse And A Rabbit
- Middle East Version
Ther? is a classic story about a
dinar in a restaurant who, after last-
what was listed or. the menu as
obit stew," called over the man-
agsr and angrily told him it :.-
Uke ho:semeat.
Conceding that the dish iid
ceed r~.--.tain horsemeat, the re
! manager claimed the righl
caL it rabbit fstew because he
lal r-.Tis" of each tyce of n
|n :ts preparation. Each batch of
::obit_ stew," he said, was |
r :ed :rom the meat of one h
2 one rabbit.
The story comes to mir.d with the
suncemenl this week that Isi i
Egypt had come to an agree-
ment or an "exchange" of prisoners
ne.d by each country since last
Junes Six-Day War.
What made the "exchange" a
very unusual one was the fact that
11 involved the repatriation by Israel
oi some 4,000 Egyptian prisoners,
w. ..e Egypt had agreed to return
OJj its Id remaining Israeli prisoners
As aisproportionate as the num-
ohS 21 ,he,?xchan(3e ws an entirely reason-
STfll^ lu ,he eyes of !h9 Israe1^- n effect
^f1^3** contrasting P^lsophies of Israel
ar:z the Arab states.
The description of Israel as a "bastion of
o^rwrC^ 'V^ Mlddle Eas1 maV have ien
c-:rworked, but never has been an emply
in '-I ^ TT ,he ,reSpSCt for ,he individual
te provided by a nation. ^"United Stales sailors inCa] Tow- S
. Africa, because such leaves w
-Hni 'of^T Y '?iCa1' ,herefo^, that the con.dne ,h* ^"9 of apart
Israel, prisoners should be h~ ,3-1r,on'-" ~
efense Departn nt policiei
ample. fc:b:a serv h .:. rent i
(acuities from Ian l] .
open occupancy.
The coop- : v ft N rvy with -
that practice discrii lination i
to raise the moral ft
m Viet Nam who are from n
A far better example was set by :. N vv
frredom of 16 Israeli
s:-3ht even if it meant releasing 4",000 Eayr^
Vr-ntedVArI0R eKfilY,find ,heir way tato he
I...ted Arab Republic forces to threaten Israel
cr.-e again.
While it may not seem readily apparent
Israel actually is getting the better part of the
ex mange deal. ^ ne
, -- -, -..lu -..
rhe tendency to "g
nation or any otl
Amoral character
Secretary of the Now Paul
to be commend- I
countermanding the highly 52
by the naval unit.

For it is this very respect for the individual
t:i Z humanJdJ^ni,y Bi=rt provides Israel /* ll I I" i
SUS 33 p izi ZSEZSZS& Cultural Enrichment in Miami
tv.-c decades of its existence.
These very same qualities have won for
hs Jewish state the admiration of those in the
free world who share these values.
Merrymaking Without Bias
,VwA d,(stur^"g 'Port 'his week mentioned
that units of the United States Navy had in-
structed its personnel to go along with anv
pc.icies of discrimination practiced against Ne-
groes Jews and Italians by organizations par-
ticipatingin the Mardi Gras festival next moSh
in New Orleans Fortunately, protests by vari-
ous arouos resulted in the reversal of the cider
by the Secretary of the Navy.
The Navy unit directives had alert-d the
men to the possibility of instances of discrim-
ina'10.n *, Mardi Gras festivities and de-
clared: Whether or not this meets with y ur
personal or official approval, it is the way
things are and we have to go along with IS. '
In the course of a man's career in the amed
forces there is much that he has to do whether
the IQfifV r n0t,But' 'n th9Se la,,er years of
the 1960s, surrendering to the ways of bias is
net one of them.
This ill-considered Navy directive happens
tc be a radical departure from the recent t.end
newsS^ir, y;
earned announce,
fctore programs sponsot
Greater Miami.
Many of these : m ... .
SMS
fields of current,.,...
of our time a he'r V19W3 n mc '
They have brought us
in personal c
with leading philosophers a dE"
have presented lEF SnceS
chance to clarify and answer cS -
problems affecting all Jews "
of Ss&s&s .:rkrh^-
.rendered the community aVuable0!
r.c of our community wh,rh has rS'
attract the interests Jf thouLt oTV
they obviously broaden tietcooi'0" ?
of Jewish life in our community P and
Wallace In The Race
WASHINGTON No one paid
much attention whenc. >\ (icor^e
< Wallace got his so-called Amer-
ican Independent Party on the
'in i ballot b) an ample
margin. Yet this was the biggest
of domestic political news
ii many .< long daj
'' ime iken, even
5 I i when the Ala-
' supremacist's back-
ntrol of the D< n
rga ization in
I iana by winnii a majoril
Si ti i entral Committee.
Bui i. also major newt,
meatin i rith. that WaJ-
ai President John-
the place i n the
resi rvi Demo
pn sidential n >minee in
: Southern stati
' the n itter is that
-!- to be
the most significant thud part)
' '' e Theodore If" >->.
' i'i be sure. Mrs Wallace ii
r ill again, and this
' ivably make her hus-
ai irraw back at the last min-
be is most unlikely to
The prospect is, therefore.
" ll he will make the previous
Dixi icral nominees look like pea-
Hen r> Wallace look like the
poor pathetic puppet [hat he was
and Egene McCarthy look like
Hern Wallaces all too literate
publican National
Miami, or win ,: ., ,'. -
on election da, -
The truth jj
Rcpubb
cans are the p, "h
make the ke) ,
WaUaca. If the
whet they would.
doing nominat,
President Rid ir
Cal ifornia Go* H
Wallace*!
ei- etion da]
Wm Wallace u
RepublleaDs will
Southern elector
migiit atherwis,
servaUre-Ieaning .
lace trill get most
an I some S
even be thrown
by a majorit) spl
'' publican nomini
Even in the Nbrl
Wallace will take ai ,- u
many votes trow
cans as he takes (i
crats.
In these cucu.n-
Wallace candidaiv
toward re-electing :
Johnson. The Wallace candidatj
is. therefore, the stro
inent tor a quit.- dn;. renl Repub-
lican choice for the ch
Gov. Nelson A. Rockefi
fact.
Shrewd laliulalion Kepublicans (Mh
re two reasons whv
ice is most unlikely to draw
' '' at the last moment. In the
place, he is convinced, per-
IWP correctly, that the black
ttremists mean to touch
itch to every big citj in this
next summer And in
thai event, he .- also convinced.
pes incorrectly, that he
'' throw the election into the
Houe oi Representatives.
v- for reason N i 2, Wallace
Is not only bouncy cheeky and
Kuine: he is also very
1,1 and much given to long-
"Iculation He, therefore.
"'''''" ':-k'' a big show in li)6a
' e expects the race prob-
"" far worse between
1968 "d 1972 And he believes
',r-> God he may be wroi
trouble maj be bad
" him a real chanc.
,;" ,h" Presidenc, four vears
from now
,. ^Parison with Theodore
.......u-" -Justified, of cour,c
: ,': :,:! ''- Wallace in the
; resembles the great Bull
,; h justified, rath-
' ,,l' injection of Wal-
*a* neardecisive impact
on,he election's outcome thatT
n7""n ^e Hull MooJ Ne
in ioi2
Greal Impart

If the Republican- malu -
quite different choice Wi
will have his own wa>
South. In that case, the outcomt
of the election will In- determined
in the rest of the countrj and
above all, in the b:
state- of the North And in that
case, too, Gov. Rock.:- er >
have an excellent chance to de-
feat President Johnson
With Wallace in the race in
sum. the Republicans an
confronted with only two a term-
five-, ideological tell ?enw
or a real hope of wii
White Mouse The vast
ant events in California ..
isiapa link on here quite
too.
For Wallace's succe- "
these two states, and i -
in California, will mak<
about impossible to pus
the race. The kind of R
bin money that lavors xv
and or Reagan will push wiy
hard indeed, to be BUN
If Wallace and his pe ; e hi.-
failed in California las
Wiseacres repeatedl>
the pushing by the big
might perhaps have -
Wallace is not immune I
money pressures. But
intoxicating reassurance
umph in both California and Lou-
isiana, he will surely '
racebarring a miracle v,:ii lhe
polls show. alas, that hi- support
in the country Is sloi>
month by month, in obvious re-
action to the black power **
tremlsti
' ...vrlrht fC) 16V, -n* Wl "' I
gm < niMrihuted by Los Ans*i"

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DIRECTORS
JOSEPH M. UPTON
President
RONALD A. UPTON
Executive
Vice-President
GEORGE ft. PRICE
Senior
Viet-Prrsident
LEO ROtlNSON
V ice-President
GUS FEUER
Vtce-Prwit/enf
anrf General Counsel
SAMUEL UPTON
Vice-President
LEONARD BARR
Treasurer
MILFOID L. CLEMENTS
V ice-President
and Secretary
MARSHALL S HARRIS
Vice-President and
Associate Counsel
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Experience makes the difference...
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SERVING DADE COUNTY SINCE 1934
STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL CONDITION
DECEMBER 31, 1967
ASSETS
Cash and U.S. Government Securities..................... $ 16,779,653.05
First Mortgage Loans.................................... 238,659,704.06
Federal Home Loan Bank Stock.......................... 2,275,000.00
Prepayment to Secondary Reserve of Federal Savings
and Loan InsuranceCorporation........................ 1,579,984.96
Loans on Savings Accounts.............................. 566,569.50
Real Estate Owned...................................... 131,614.44
Buildings, Land and Equipment.......................... 5,813,469.12
Deferred Charges and Other Assets.......................___U19.062.20
TOTAL ASSETS..................................... $267,125,057.33
LIABILITIES AND RESERVES
Savings Accounts....................................... $234,714,909.98
Advances from Federal Home Loan Bank................. 2,000,000.00
Loans in Process....................................... 7,755,980.52
Advance Payments by Borrowers for Taxes and Insurance ... 1,581,412.16
Other Liabilities........................................ 476,466.80
Income Collected in Advance............................ 897,335.31
Surplus and General Reserves........................... 19.698,952.56
TOTAL LIABILITIES AND RESERVES................. $267,125,057.33
DADE FEDERAL OFFERS YOU 2 WAYS TO SAVE
REGULAR PASSBOOK
SAVINGS ACCOUNTS
A pt' annum
4V%
i Current Dividend Rate
paid and compounded quarterly.
i Save by the 20th-Earn from the 1st.
SAVINGS ACCOUNT
CERTIFICATES
l/4%
#"t pet annj
When held for at least 6 months.
Minimum investment $2,000 or more.
Save by the lOth-Earn from the 1st.
/ CONVENIENT OFFICES SERVE DADE COUNTY
Main Office
101 Ea*t Flagler Street
Sky Lake Branch
18300 N.E. 19th Ave.
Allapattah Branch
1400 N.W. 36th St.
Tamiami Branch
1901 S.W. 8th St.
Edison Center Branch
5800 N.W. 7th Ave.
Kendall Branch
U.S. 1 at S.W. 104th St.
North Miami Branch
12600 N.W. 7th Ave
Cutler Ridge Branch
10808 Caribbean Blvd.
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$400,000 Raised By Pacesetters
More than 1400.000 ;.- i
at the Pacesetters Dinner of the
]!i8 Combined Jewish Appeal-
Israel Emergency Fund joint i
pai-'n The dinner, which i- hosted
annually by Mr. and Mrs Samuel
Friedland, uas addressed by Col
Avraham Mendler, who command-
ed the Israel tank forces on I
.Syrian border during last June's
Six Daj War
Norton s Pallol and Shepard
Broad, chairman and associate
chairman, respectively, of the lo-
cal campaign. aI>o addressed the
Pacesetters meeting which had
more than 50 of the area's top
Jewish community leaders in at-
tendance. During the affair, tl;
leaders not only made their own
commitments for giving in 1908.
but promised to assist in every
possible way to assure the success
oi the 1968 campaign.
The goal for the 1968 Combined
Jewish Appeal campaign is Si.
991.200, or almost S250.000 more
than was raised in 1967: no goal
has been set for the companion
1968 Israel Emergency Fund cam
paign, except to raise as much as
possible to meet the overwhelming
needs in Israel
In addition to Col, Mendler
Philip Zinman, of Camden and
Hias Sets
'68 Budget
Continued from Page 1-A
Western countries. Mr Israels
noted
He estimated that in 1968, the
agency would be called upon to
assist a total of 6,650 Jewish
men, women and children from
Eastern Europe, North Africa,
Middle East and Cuba, to immi-
grate and resettle in free coun-
tries of the Western world.
"This includes 1,960 persons
who will be aided to immigrate to
the U.S., an increase of about 50
percent over the number who
found new homes in this country
last year." Mr. Israels said.
According to Gaynor I. Jacobson,
t IIS executive director, French-
speaking Jews from North Africa
are finding excellent resettlement
opportunities in Canada. This year,
he said, in cooperation with the
Jewish Immigrant Aid Services of
Tanada. "we anticipate that United
Hias will assist about 1,200 Jewish
relugees and migrants mainly from
Morocco to immigrate and resettle
in Canada."
ATTENTION!
Jewish Home for the Aged
THRIFT SHOP
NEEDS YOUR DONATION
NOW!"
"FURNITURE'- "APPLIANCES"
"CLOTHING "-"JIWEIRY," etc.
"All Items Tax Deductible"
CALL 696-2101
Philadelphia, a I Josi p K
oi Cincinnati and Miami, both na-
tional chairmen ol United Ji
meet
ig on the i s of I
in comin; year*
who will
p of the
tile Divisio Spe< a I Gifts
ttee Ed Bi at as nam-
tment
letail Si res Gi up of the
Hai > Mizrach, chairman of the
;>.. Apparel
named si i ra si ction chair-
I ... CJA IEF cam
have accepted
ead< roles William Fne
.. Mian i f hair-
n and Infants'
Samuel Kappaport
Chairman of
s Section: stone
Chan S| orts
wear Section; v.:,, |
American Kn tl
man of Knitwear Se-
itson of Rob,.
Chairman of Suppliei
ber of Pal.nland Fj
I s. i .,. i ..
I aV gn I: I Co.
Men's Wear Sect,
man of Queen Casuals
il Manufacturers U- p,
Milton Goldberg ol T
ins and Jack Diamoi
men ol Textile SaK-m.
Marcus of Marcus B
man of Handbags an i \
Section.

The Lawyers Dil n
CJA-IBF campaign w.,,s ..
stered with the additioi
men handling various
Dadc County. These e a;rm|
are: Harry B Smith. Ml
Sidney Aronovitz. Mian,
Young. North Dade: ai
Scharlin, Hiale.-ih

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BANKS
C#to6ui&L'Statement ^C December 31, 1967
ASSETS
Cash and Due from Banks.......... $ 47,528,077.22
Securities:
U.S. Government
Obligations ........$37,904,294.46
Obligations of States
and Political
Subdivisions....... 28,232,625.12
Obligations of
Federal Agencies ... 5,174,641.33
Other Securities .... 251.500.00
Loans and Discounts
Banking Houses and Equipment ...'.
Accrued Interest and Other Assets
T0TAL..................... $235,634,397.19
Deposits lab.l.t,Es
Other Liabilities...... "" 5216.060.605.19
Unearned Discounts and Reserves''.'. 2 648 13l"S
Cap, a Debentures .. .$ 2.000,000.00 2,M8-131-96
^P'3'Stock ........ 4.380.000.00
fSS^o.......... ^.000,000.00
Undivtded Prof its..... 3.094,782 85
TOTAL CAPITAL FUNDS..... 13,477,232.85
..................... $235,634,397.19
C,.mAT"ONAL BANKS
CORAL GABLES
COMPLETE NATiONAL
71.563,060.91
109,695.710.8'
4.246.003.57
2.601.544.60
MIAM
MIAMI BEACH

COMPLETE INT.Mr;^ BANK'NO SERVICES
BUS,NESS AND PtR^ ", ^^ "^^
C'TY NAT.ONAL B^ Qf:
US' cha''n of the Boi-d
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West view Daylong Events
To Aid Combined Appeal
west\ ew Federation Day, an
" ., ;,i event, held annually
Westview Counlry Club in
injUncUon with the Greater Ml-
Jewish Federation, will be
iol Prime purpose of the Westview
ederation Day is to support the
9,-K t mbined Jewish Appeal-
,rae| E Tiersency Fund joint cam-
lien
\,-m lies planned for the func-
loii will be hiRhlifihted by the
,Xlh ;.:inual golf tournament,
/thrr v Elude brunch, cocktails, a stag din-
i,.. and cards.
Guesl of honor for the program
.j|| b. Zvi Kolitz, noted Israeli
lawvrieht.
David 1'. Catsman. Herbert Lo-
A .1 Molasky. cochairmen
event, announced various
Itee beads for the gala
, -o are: Sidney Lefcourt
Bi i Blum, solicitation; Jacob
I \.vv and Ernest Janis. pro-
Mark Matthews and Law-
Porter, tournament; Dr.
rhard Deutch and Morton Hill.
part) and dinner; Aaron
aviU and William Weintraub. at
and Catsman and Alex
..low-lip
I verall committee-aMarge
Leonard Abess, Jules
i. Harry Barnett. Simon
Martin Hluinciith.il, liar
Myron R. Boraks, Mi-
ght, Col Dudley Brodle,
- K Cassett, Leo (Chick > A.
Melvin Chascn. Harry
Max v. Cogen, James
Melvin J. Cohen. Robert S.
lack L, Daner. Julius Dar-
1 a.ml 1. Dcnison and Sam-
ii. Donner.
\ so Arthur J. England. Jack
, Dr. Kdward Caller. George
rg. Harold R Granoff. Al-
r.-d Green, Nathan S, Gumenick.
Haft, Isadore Hecht. Samuel '
1 i Dr. Norman S. Jaffe. |
Jamison, Howard Kane.
Aaron Kanner, Sam W. Kiviat,
Hurry 1! Kornian. Kdward Land,
Harold Landfleld, Jack Langer,
Sam O. Levenson, Robert Lev inc.
Maurice Levinson, J. Gerald Lewis,
Joseph M I.ipton and Sam Luby,
Jr.
Also Ben Markowitz. Max Matz.
Fred S. Meyer. Donald Michnoff.
Alex Miller. Leonard Miller. Bruno
Minari. Saul Morgan. Stanley C.
Myers. Ben Novack. Max Orovitz.
Herbert Paige. E. A. Pallot. Clif-
ford S. Perlman, Dr. Harold Rand.
Robert Rautbord. Charles Raskin,
Seymour Rubin. Sidney J. Ru
dolph. Dr. Lester A. Russin, Robert
Russell. Haskell B Schultz. Stanley
Segal. John Serbia, William D.
Singer. Joseph R Stein and Arnold
M Straus.
Stanley Tatc. Bernard J Wag-
ner. Bernard M. Wall. Sidney Walt-
er, Sidney Wasserman. Abe Waxen-
berg. Carl Weinkle. Leonard A
Wien. Mitchell Wolfson and Lewis
E ZotTt round out the committee.
Israel Labor Minister
To Address Dinner
Yigal Allon. Israel Minister of the capital
Labor, will h, the miest speaker
at the Leadership Dinner held in
conjunction with the 1968 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal-Israel Knier-
gency Fund joint campaign at the
l-'ontainebleau Hotel on Jan. 29.
Now. as Minister of Labor, he
concentrates on helping solve Is-
rael's domestic problems He is an
authority on the absorption of im-
inigrants on the land.
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College Tutoring Offered
The Adelphi Tutoring Service
which offers students coaching
for college board exams, senior
placement, and scholarship ex
Bininatlons is now available here.
Director of the Adelphi Schools,
with its main branch at 12390 W
Dixie Hwy., is Lester Rosenthal
Shepard Broad is chairman for
the program that will officially
launch the campaign.
Mr. Allon is known in Israel for
his outstanding role in the War of
Independence. In early 1949. when
he was Commander of the South-
ern Front, his forces routed the
Egyptian Army, takina Becrsheba
and ireeing the Negev.
In an extraordinary campaign,
he then captured Eilat and part of
the Sinai Peninsula, from which he
later withdrew under orders. Ear-
lier, as Commander of the Central
Front he had liberated Lydda.
Ramleh and the Jerusalem Corri-
dor, relieving the Arab siege of
The committee for the Leader-
ship Dinner is in the process of
formation and presently includes
Sam Blank. Melvin Greenberg,
Daniel N. Heller. Leon Kaplan. Jay
I. Kislak, Sidney Lefcourt. Joseph
M. Lipton. Harry Mizrach. Stanley
Myers. Max Orovitz. Norton Pal-
lot, campaign chairman. Louis
Police Jack S. Popick. Jacob Ra-
binowitz. Robert Russell. John N.
Serbin and Milton Weiss.
A CHAIR in the history of Zionism
has been established at the He-
brew University in Jerusalem in
honor of Dr. Israel Goldstein,
chairman of the Keren Hayesod-
United Israel Appeal
Jewish Folk
Hour
WITH
Henry Seiden
3-4 P.M.
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Friday, January 13.
AJCongress Leader
In Temple Israel Talk
B obi Arthur J. Lelyveld, na-
tiorl president of the American
Jewish Congress, will be guest
]ec:.;rer Sunday morning at the
Greenfield Adult Institute of Tern
pie Israel of Greater Miami. His
top.'c will be "A New Concept of
W::2vah.-'
Rabbj Lelyveld, wno is spiritual
le: cr of Fairmount Temple in
Cleveland, one of the largest Re-
forr: congregations in the country,
toa* been involved in civil rights
act:en during the past several
years. He serves on the national
advisory council of CORE and in
1965 received the NAACP distin-
guJiied service award.
As executive secretary of the
Rofabi en Heart Transplants
"Heart Transplants" will be dis-
ced by Rabbi Tibor H. Stern,
spiritual leader of the Jacob C.
Ccfcea Community Synagogue, on
Wednesday evening at the syna-
gpgt e, 1532 Washington Ave.
MAX FRIEDSON, president of
tfct Congress of Senior Citizens,
bet been appointed acting presi-
de.-* of the Florida State Council
for Senior Citizens.
Committee on Unity of Pales-
tine, Rabbi Lelyveld played a
key role in helping mobilize
American public opinion in sup-
port of the idea of a Jewish
homeland in Palestine.
He serves as chairman of the
Committee on Justice and Peace
of the Central Conference of Amer-
ican Rabbis and from 1947 to 1956
served as national director of the
B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundations.
He was executive vice president
ol the America Israel Cultural
Foundation from 1956 until his ap-
pointment as rabbi of Fairmount
Temple.
In addition to his post as na-
tional president of the American
Jewish Congress, Rabbi Lelyveld is
national vice president of the
American Jewish League for Israel
and a representative of the Central
Conference of American Rabbis to
the Commission on Social Action of
Reform Judaism. He is a member
of the board of the Union of Amer-
ican Hebrew Congregations, the
publications committee of the Jew-
ish Publication Society of America,
the rabbinical advisory council of
the United Jewish Appeal and the
national commission of B'nai
B'rith Hillel Foundations.
RABBI ARTHUR J. IfimiD
Musical Selections
By Radio Pianist
Temple Israel Sisterhood met
for luncheon on Wednesday to hear
Shelley Hair, blind pianist who ap
pears on radio station WQAM, in a
program ol popular songs.
Mrs. Robert Russell, service-to-
theblind chairman, and Mrs. Rich-
ard Remeny. chairman of talking
books, spoke at the luncheon.
Program chairman is Mrs. Hen-
ry R. Nelson and Mrs. Clifford
Newniark is Sisterhood president.
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Nearly 1.500 persons jammed
the ballroom of the Dcauville Ho-
tel this week to mark the 20th
anniversary of the Hebrew Acad-
emy and to pay tribute to Mr. and
Mrs. Leonard Rosen, who were
honore i by the Academy as "'Man
and Woman of the Year."
In special ceremonies, the Ro-
sens were presented with a Torah
scroll as a cift from the Academy.
Rahbi Alexander Gross, principal
of the institution, who made the
formal presentation, noted that the
TorsH ha I been inscribed in Aden
at the southern end of the Arabian '
peninsula, a state from where Ju-
daism has now been completely J
excluded.
Rabbi Gross said that in spite of
the efforts ol the Arabs and others j
to wipe out the Jews, they had j
survived and the Torah presented
as a gift to Mr. and Mrs. Rosen
as proof of this.
Mr. and Mrs. Rosen wre ci,M
for W "long, f.Htrfu, ,nd J
elf.* erv,e. to tho Aca*m/
to Jew.sh education and t0 ,,,
Jewish causes."
Also participating in the Dr
gram were Rabbi Irving LehraWr
spiritual leader of Temple Eminu
El and president of the Rahbinica
Association of Greater \|,am
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. spiritual
leader of Temple Menorah Rahv
DavH Tohrfield. mintual |,ade.
of Congregation Kneseth brae"
and Rabbi Max Lipschitz. spiritua
leader of Beth Torah Congregation
Mayor Shepard Broad of Ra>
Harbor Island was Dinner Marshal
and Louis Poller was chairman o!
the evening.
A feature of the evening was i
performance by the Hebrew \cii
emy Choir of a specially written
-antata by Jacques and Miriam
Donnet.
CAMP RAMAH HAlm" **USY
GLEN SPEY, N. Y.
Mr. Donald Adelman, Director of RAMAH-USY, GlEN SPfY,
will be in Miami on January 30-31. 1968, to discuss born
camps. He will be meeting at Temple Em*nu-EI, Temple
Menorah, Beth Torah. Beth David, and Temple Sinai, Hollywood.
wi:h interested parents and children. For information and
schedules call Rabbi Allen Rutchik, Director, SE Region Un.ted
Synagogue of America, 2355 Salzedo Street. Coral Gables
Florida, 446-6453.
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Israel Cabinet Increases
Civil Defense Budget
jK-- -AI.EM The Cabinet
,hl. .. k announced a civil do
fens, cation amounting to $11
_jll, :iir the fiscal year begin
,_. ril 1. 1968. The sum rep-
,. fourfold increase over
i,si \.. r"8 allocation of $2.8 mil-
1j0,, money will be used to
build v bomb shelters and other '
civil rnse installations. A sim-
,|ar is anticipated for fiscal
1%..
\ .i Minister Abba Eban told
the l inel that Prime Minister ]
Eshk visit to the United States
D2S i a success, strengthening
Ihe ir lly ties between that great |
pom nd Israel, both of which
are -mined to work for peace '
in (hi Middle East.
II. ii ring to the exchange of
|e!t, r -.tween President de Gaulle
of F:"1CC and Israel's former
Pnn Minister David Ben-Gurion,
Mr f :..t said that De Gaulle's at-
titurii expressed to Mr. Ben-
Guru :n a letter date Dec. 31
shou' no change from his press
confer* ice remarks of last Nov. 27
irher branded Israel an aggres-
sor : jn bent on expansion.
Crtnn Minister Morfu Dayan
rtvir^ed the Mcurity situation
nc latest act of terrorism
Complex Appoints
Executive Chef
Su- nd Steber has been ap- I
pointi executive chef of The '
Shu Kour Ambassadors, $30 >
mi. hotel apartment complex'
reci opened in downtown Mi-
j has been announced by j
Larr vuipnick, vice president and
generi manager.
Sti : had served as assistant to
th< ectltive chef at the Queen j
E 'h Hotel In Montreal prior
to '. .:in The Sheraton Four Ain- (
ba--. rs.
nd sabotage, including the
blowing up of an oil storage tank
near Eilat.
In that incident, described as
one of the must daring acts of
sabotage yet perpetrated against
Israel, terrorists operating from
Jordan set fire to an oil storage
tank about two miles south of Eilat.
The terrorists also lo!>oed mortar
shells into the eastern suburbs of '
Eilat in a diversionary attack to !
cover the escape of the saboteurs.
A Jordanian mortar attack
against Moshav Beth Yossef in the
Beisan Valley later drew return
fire from Israeli mortars. No cas-
ualties or damage were reported
in the exchange Explosives found
under a small bridge in the Jenin
area of the West Bank were dis-
mantled without cau>ing damage.
The Eilat incident was the first
attack by terrorists against oil fa-
cilities in Israel.
The mortar barrage began about
an hour and a half after the attack
on the oil tank, but the shells hit
open ground and caused no casual-
ties. Footprints of the mortar
squad members were found more
than 100 yards from the Jordanian
border, along with mortar shell
I 'uses.
ISRAEL, EGYPT
EXCHANGE POW's
GENEVA (JTA) The
International Red Cross an-
nounced here this week that
agreement had been reached
by Israel and Egypt on a
general exchange of prison-
ers of the June war. Israel
is holding more than 4,000
Egyptian prisoners. Egypt is
detaining 16 Israeli soldiers,
most of them airmen.
Musical Drama
On Boards Jan. 20
"A Handful of Dust," a musical
drama written by Dorothy Mon-
clres, will be presented by the Mac-
cabee Lodge, B'nai B'rith, Satur-
day evening.
The performance will be given
at the Miami Beach Senior High
School and features a cast of 40
with direction by Henry Howard.
Among those taking leading
roles are Dolly Kramer. Isabelle
Heller, Raymond Berman. Jen
Rosenberg. Sadye Padden, Murray
I Tubelle, Rose Godwin and Louis
! Makovsky.
Funds raised will go to the BB
! service fund. Joe Mondres is presi-
' nent of Maccabee Lodge which
I also presented excerpts from the
show on Dec. 27 before the Guild
' for the Blind.
Eshkol Tours Canada
After U.S. Meetings
Continued from Pag* 1 A
chairman of the American section
of the Jewish Agency, Rabbi Israel
Miller, president of the American
Zionist Council, and 40 representa-
tives of ail branches of the Zionist
movement. Several hundred fac-
ulty members and students at the
Jewi-h Theological Seminary lis-
tened to remarks by the Premier.
He was greeted by Chancellor
Louis Finkelstein.
Mr. Eshkol told Hi* Overseas
Press Club that he hoped French
President Charles de Gaulle
would resume friendly relations
with Israel but that he felt the
General did not grasp the phi-
losophy and significance of Jew-
ish statehood.
He was commenting on the Gen-
eral's recent letter to former Pre-
mier David Ben-Gurion, who wrote
to the French President in protest
against the latter's attacks on Is-
rael and the Jewish people. Refer-
ring to Gen. de Gaulle's reference
to Israel having been "planted" in
the Middle East, the Premier said
that the Jewish people was born
there and its moral wealth created
there.
He said he had discussed with
President Johnson in Texas the So-
viet missiles supplied to Egypt. He
agreed there were differences of
opinion between the American and
Israeli intelligence services about
the type and capacity of those mis-
siles but added that they were
nevertheless very dangerous He
| rejected the argument that direct
Arab peace talks with Israel might
mean political suicide for Arab
I leaders, saying such talks must
come sooner or later.
He told an overflow audience at
I Yeshiva University that he felt
American Jewish youth and those
from other Western countries
should come to Israel ot help build
its security and aid its economic,
spiritual and social development
He said they should come for a
"much longer period" than the
usual three months of such visits.
Life Membership luncheon
Mrs. Jackie Wein, 3711 Prairie
Ave., is opening her home to a
Beth Israel Sisterhood life mem-
bership luncheon Tuesday at noon
Mrs. Isidore Spolter is life mem-
bership chairman and Mrs. Hyman
Kolko is Sisterhood president.
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Murray Berkowitz
Hon. Norman Ciment
Joseph Cohen
Seymour J. Eisenberg
Aaron Goldman
Joseph Gonshor
Menashe Hirsh
Moses J. Grundwerg
Hyman Kolko
Jacob Kotler
Morris Lipp
Baruch Litvin
Louis Merwftzer
Alexander Moskovits
William Pancoe
Leo Rappaport
Sam Rosner
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Friday. January 19, 138

Hillel Survey Shows
More Jews In College
WASHINGTON UTA) Jewish
( rollment at American colleges
i in-used abuut five percent for
the current school year, B'nai
B'rith Hillel Foundations reported
hi re this week. Hillel officials, at-
tt.'iding the annual meeting of
(rrant Aids Jews
To Find Posts In
'Executive Suite''
NEW YORK (JTA) A nation-
wide .program to speed the move-
i eat of qualified Jews into man-
I -ement positions in large public
corporations has been started by
the Jewish Occupational Council
with the help of a $10,000 grant
from the Kahn Foundation of Phil-
;< elphia.
In announcing the program.
Benjamin s Loewenstein, chair-
man of the JOC, said it lollowed
logically from the pioneering ef-
forts ol the American Jewish Com
mittee which has been seeking to
r move the barriers to the "exec-
utive suite" tor talented Jews. A
n lated program, now in its third
year, has been underway for the
objective between the American
.It wish Committee chapter and the
Jewish Employment and Vocation-
al Service of Philadelphia, one of
the two dozen Jewish vocational
zencies for which the JOC serves
...- national coordinating body. The
Philadelphia program will serve
;n a prototype for programs in
': ter communities.
SAMUEL BRONFMAN, Mont-
r.il Jewish leader, this week be-
Cl me the first Jew to receive the
C .mpanion of the Order of Can-
j .i that country's highest honor.
their natlonl commission, estimat-
ed that 350.000 .lev. ish students
about 80 percent ol the Jewish
college-age population are at-
tending colleges.
A sampling of enrollment rec-
ords at 34 of Ihe 79 major American
universities where fulltime Hillel
Foundation programs are main-
tained, and 50 of the 163 smaller
schools which have Hillel counsel-
orships (part-time directors) show-
ed that Jewish enrollments at the
large schools had advanced 2.3
percent and continuing a trend
of recent years had jumped 15
percent at smaller institutions,
many of which had only a scatter-
ing, if any. Jewish students five
\ears ago.
Prof. Louis Gottschalk, of the
University of Illinois. Hillel's na-
tional chairman, noting that an
estimated 125.000 Jewish sludents
attend schools which lack Hillel
programs, warned that "the quan-
titative gap is likely to widen with-
out stronger support particular-
ly from Jewish federations and
welfare rands for the growing
Jewish community on the cam
pus."
Dr. Gottschalk added. ".Many ol
the so-called small colleges are no
longer small in terms of Jewish
enrollment. Forty-four of 310 col-
|i es whose requests for Hillel pro-
grams are still unfilled each have
500 or more Jewish students "
The Hillel commission, in a res
olution, strongly encouraged "the
participation of welfare funds,
community councils and national
organizations" to assist with funds
and programmatic resources in
strengthening the Jewish campus
community through Hillel's func-
tional operations.
Psychologist On Meeting Program
]>' Richard Greenbaum, local temple, headed by Diane Kesbhui
lologist, .!- guesl speaker at sky, were guests of the evening
the regular meeting of the Beth
in h->n\n of Youth Month.
Mrs. Sidney Schoen is president
Moshe Sisterhood Monday. |()f slsterhood and Mrs u.,,.__,
The Ytiting Judea groups of the First is youth rice president.
ABRAHAM SHULMAN
^ idclish Writer Is
Guest Speaker
Abraham Shulman. staff writer
on The Jewish Daily Forward, will
be guest speaker Monday evening
before the Workmen's Circle of
Greater Miami at the Lyceum. 25
Washington Ave. His topic will be
How our Literature Differs from
That of Other Nations."
Tuesday evening, Mr. Shulman
will give a talk on "Jewish Humor"
it the l. I. Peretz Workmen's
ircle School. 1545 SW 3rd St
Reservations ..re in the hands of
Max Gleiberinan.
i
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Boston Couple Wins
A Week In Israel
In Sanka Contest
Mrs. Frank Milman of Lexing-
ton, Mass.. has been selected as
I the winner of the annual Sanka
i Coffee Israel Sweepstakes. As her
prize, she and her husband will he
treated to a week in Israel as the
I guests of Sanka
The Milmans will fly to Israel
via Pan American jet clipper, with
a stopover in London. Paris or
j Rome, and then on to Tel Aviv by
connecting airline. While in Israel,
Ihe couple will stay at the Tel
Aviv Hilton, and will enjoy the use
ol a Hertz car for seven days.
Mrs. Milman. who entered the
sweepstakes from an advertise-
ment in the Boston Jewish Advo-
cate, is an active housewife who
also teaches Hebrew school at
Temple Beth El in Belmont. Mass
A graduate of Boston University's
School of Journalism and the He-
brew Teachers College in Boston,
she also studied at the Chaim
Greenberg Institute in Jerusalem.
In addition to her responsibilities
as a mother of two boys, ages nine
and seven, and as a teacher. Mrs.
Milman is active in civic and com-
munal organizations.
Our heartfelt sympathy to
RABBI ALEXANDER S. GROSS
and his family on the untimely
passing of his beloved father,
Rabbi Menashe Gross
. of Blessed Memory.
A great "Ben Torah" .
Your Grief is shared by us all.
Of FICERS AND BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE
HEBREW ACADEMY OF GREATER MIAMI
LEONARD ROSEN, Chairman of the Board
SAUL M. ZABEL, Exrcu'ive Director
We wish to ex'end our deepest sympathy
to our dear friend,
RABBI ALEXANDER S. GROSS
upon the loss of his beloved father.
Rabbi Menashe Gross
Olov Ha Sholom.
All Judaisfi will '".iss this great
id Chocl
ti"ti sha irn his loss.
Samuel and Beckie Reinhard,
Their Children
and
Grandchildren
The Faculty and Staff of the Hebrew Academy
share the grief of our beloved Principal
RABBI ALEXANDER S. GROSS
and his family upon the passing of his father,
RABBI MENASHE GROSS,
of blessed memory
May the Lord console him along with the
mourners of Zion in Jerusalem.
The Faculty and Staff of The Hebrew Academy
The Parent Teachers Association
of the Hebrew Academy of Greater M.ann
express its feeling of condolences to
RABBI ALEXANDER S. GROSS
and his family in this hour of grief
May he find the strength to continue in his
great efforts on behalf of Torah Education.
The P.T.A of the Hebrew Academy
Mrs. Harry Rosenberg, President
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of h.s beloved father
*ABBI MENASHE GROSS,
Olav H-Sholom. in Jerusalem
David Abramowitz, President
Robert Cropper, son of Mrs.
Frances Gropper, of 644 SW
14th Ave., Miami, was recent-
ly awarded a three year gov-
ernment research and study
dL^' to comP,e,e work for his
Ph.D. in psychology and spe-
cial education at Peabo.iy
College, Nashville, Tenn
We share in the grief of
who mn 8 ALEXANOER S. GROSS
mOUmS ,he *ing of h,s beVoved father,
*ABBI MENASHE GROSS,
lnri~w '0V HaSholom.
with him bSuse'a0!"'hr ^ K'a' YJSrel "
'n Z,on and Jerusalem.
TheHebrw Acdemy WomM
Mr,. Samuel Rosner, Present
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:day. January 19, 1968
New Gunboats
*Jewish nurUKmn
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LETTERS TO THE EDITok
To Counter Community Relations
Missile Ships
Continued From Page 1-A
files, a high-ranking source said,
the Israeli Navy realized that its
small force of World War II de-
s'i overs, submarines and tor-
pedo boats was hardly a majtch
and particularly Fiypt's Soviet-
planned force. The decision then
was made to modernize the fleet
There really was no ship in
anybody's navy that really met our
Is." the source said. "So we're
going to come out with a brand-
surface lone, tailor made to
our requirements. There's nothing
quite like it in any other navy
I !u overall design is not thai dif-
lercnt, hut the integration of *yj-
is unite original."
The closest thins to the new
!i vessels, be Mid, is the now
PGM class of aluminum-hulled pa-
- produced by the United
SI iti .'. leu year- BgO ;i> an an-
- i to the Komar class boats
S iviet Union was sup
in! to Cuba.
tii PI', M class boats have a top
: .'t 50 knots, ten knots fastci
Ihe Komar class, and are de
i to maneuver close und tik
enemy vessel with automatic
t or torpedoes. Thej are
-n .(11 165 feet overall and
enough to be a very difficult
el for the Stjrx missiles carried
he Komar boats.
The new Israeli class, the source
continued, will have a speed ol
"well over 40 knots.'' and will
mount three 40-mm. guns, two side
launchers for 21-inch torpedoes
and other equipment, the nature of
which for security reasons
cannoi be divulged
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
1 '''' m ii writ* s humor liki Vi |
Buchv t would assumi I
to Ii al with
": '- uch as that written
'" base i u,n
.i e
I i ty and good
iii '
'i i iJumn of Ed i
; for G 'is,,..,.
menl ol the work of "Defense
\C( ni ies" s not based on fact. It
shows a lack of homework and
tudj ol the wort of Jewish coin-
nunitj relations agencies today,
Mor do I have any recollection ol
Mr, Cohen calling me to ask the
simple questions, "Why the Amcr-
'can Jewish Committee'" and
"What is AJC 'loin;; today?"
If he had, I would have b?en
happy io share with him our pro-
ra.n i |C1 the anti Kr.icl
nl anti-Semitic propaganda of
Vrab protagonists, our efforts to
leal th thi naki I ai ti-Semil
>t black racists as reflected lv
SXi C ano Ihe National Conference
' x Politics and oi r work n
in Ara i countries, just
n a feu ol our cum nl
ii and ai tivitii -
Mr, Cohen also takes objection
ii ity i. la
I -'i i i......j
ith thi pn blem
hi in Jewish identity
. tj
' Mi I ihi n beit parochial in
out a purisdictii nal claim
o th!s maior pr >ble:n of Jewish
survival wh'ch i- the responsibility
and requir the attention of all
lews and al! Jewish or :anizations?
In i '...... ihe sreat need for
un 'v lod > in support of Israel
and n strengthening Jewish life in
nn fie a re ard Ihe recen" col-
umn ol Ed Cohen as rendering a
greal d sseiice to Ihe Jewish
lunity ol Miami.
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Qrvices
AOuDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyls Ave.
Orthodox. Raooi nf Ever
----
AHAVAT SHALOM CONCREGA
TION. 985 SW 67th Ave. Ortho lox.
Cantor Morris Barr.
- ----
ANSHE EMES 2523 SW '3th Ave
Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakowitz.
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BETH DAVID. 2626 SW 3rd Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau.
Cantor William W. Lipson.
Friday ." and 8:15 p m Sermon: "Maaa-
da Martyrdom or Suicide A
Historical Theory Exploded." Baa
Mltsvah: Carol, daughter "l Hr and
Mr.-. Herbert Kelnberg Saturday 9
am. Sermon: "Torah Lesson." Bar
Mltsvah: Jeffrey, a......f Mr. and
Mi- Sherburt Weiss. Mincha p.m
-----
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Avenue.
Orthodox. Rabbi Solomon Schsff.
Friday 5:45 p.m. Saturday 9 ;. m
Sermon: "These are the Names,"
Mincha 6:30 p.m.
----
[FTU ---- f'U t MB.
Orthodox, flabbi Berel Wein.
Friday 7:t"> p.m. Family service Ser-
mon: "Moses and the Thornbush."
Oneg Shabbal hosted by Dr. and Mrs.
Jack Morris, Mr, and Mrs. Norman
Rubin, both couples celebrating their
l"th wedding anniversary. Saturday
8 a.m.
BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave..
MB. Orthodox. Rabbi Shinaryai-u T.
Swirsky. Cantor Maurice Mamches.
BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Ben Dickson.
Friday s: 1 r. p.m. Sermon: "A New
Exodus." Oneg Shabbat hosted by
Joe Kaplan in honor of Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Hart and Mr and Mrs William
I. Gold. Saturday S:t."> a.m. Sernio-i:
'Only 7" People"' 5 p.m. "Numbers
do Count."
BETH TORAH. 164th St. and NE 11th
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip
schiti. Cantor Jacob Oanzer.
Friday 8:13 p.m. Saturday 5:30 p.m.
-------- %--------
BETH SOLOMON. 50 NW 51st PI.
Conservative.
BETH tfilah 935 Euclid Ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky.
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION.
13 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative.
Rabbi David RosenfeM. Cantor Ban
Zlon Kirschenbaum.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: 'A Wo-
man of Valor." Sisterhood will host
the Oneg Shabbat. Saturday <:4* a m
Sermon: "Portion of the Week."
O-NAI RAPHAEL -4U1 ISIW 183rd St.
Conservative. Rabbi Charles M. Ru-
bel. Cantor Jack Lerner.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Service* conducted
by members of t'nited Stynagogue
Youth. Saturday !' a.m.
----- -----
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION
OF MIAMI. 1242 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Dew Rosencwaig.
-----a -----
FT. LAUDEr>DALE EMANU-EL. 1801
8. Andrewr Ave. Reform Rabbi
Richard M. Leviton. Lai.to. Jerome
Klement.
'CMPLE AOATH YtSHURU'i Con
Srvative 1025 ME 'f.r^ S' v.am
Gardens Rd. Rabbi Milton Schlinsky.
rmtor Harry Sterling
R |5 pin Rabhl '
.... prayers,
\ I......n in I.e.M nlng Satu >
- t". in
---- ----
TEMPLE BETH AM 5950.-N. K^-iall
Dr.. S. M'ami. Reform. Rabbi Her-
hert Baumgard Cantos* Michael Kyrr
p in Sermon:
UHlllI 'A hol \-. Thl } as
. ... Thi Si in" Salu
r m Bai Mltsvah: fiary, on
of Mr. and Mr-. Herbert Farhish,
Douglas, : of Mr. and Mrs, Boris
Ellison.
---- ----
TEMPLE BETH EL OF hOllv
yvOOO. 1351 S 14th Ave Reform
r>,**; c-,.., ,,.. Jpi'm
Friday 8:15 p.m Sermon: "Whal Do
you Want From God?" Saturday 11
a.m. Bar Mltsvah: MlrhRel Charles
s..n of .Mi
and Mrs Maur
Wolf-
CANDLELIGHTING TIME
18 TEVETH 5:34
FT. LAUDERDALE TEMPLE BETH
ISRAEL. 547 E. Oakland Park Blvd.
Rabbi Philip CMaiton. Cantor Theo-
dore Mindich.
Inger.
------a>-----
TEMPLE BETH RAPHAEL 1545
Jff*rson Ave. Conservative Rabbi
David Raab. Cantor Saul H Brerh
Friday K:ltl p.m Sermon: "What's
in a name?" Saturday 8:3*1 < m Ser-
mon: "How to Live." Mini ha 3 15
p.m.
------a>------
TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conjervative
17S* SW 'th St. Mi.im' P Ralph Z. Glixman. Cantor Benjamin
Men Ari.
Friday s p.m Saturday 8:45 > m Bar
Miuvah: Lonny, s..n .,f Mr and Mrs
Bertram Graves; Robert, son of Mr.
and Mrs Stanley Orshail.
----------
TIFERETH ISRAf L 'ftn N Mlam
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph
Carmi. Cantor Albert Giants.
Pridaj R:15 p.m Sermon: "A Bless-
ing Deserved." Bas Mltsvah: Faith
II.ma. daughter of Mr and Mrs.
Philip Lapldus Saturday 9 a.m.
Sermon: "Portion of th. Week."
---- ----
TEMPLE ZION. 8000 Miller Rd. Con
rvativ. Rahbi atfred Waxman
Friday 8:15 pni Sermon: "Exodus
Movemi m and Change." Saturday 9
am liar Mltsvah: Jeffrey, son of
Mr. and Mrs Harvey Brant.
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER Ml
AMI. 990 NE 171st St. Orthodox
Rabbi Naftali Porush
----
YOUNG ISRALL OF MIAMI BEACI-
1542-44 Washington Ava. Rabbi A.
Ben-Hillel.
TEMPLE SHOLOM 132 SW 11th Ave.,
Pompano Beach. Conservative Rab-
bi Morris A. Skop. Cantor Leon
snal
Friday 8:15 p m Sermon: "'in Being
Good for Something." Saturday ?
am Bar Mltsvah: Eric Steven son
oi Mr, and Mr.- Han Id dallies.
---- ----
TEMPLfc cMANU-EL. 1701 Washing-
ton Ave. Conservative Rabbi Irvine
Lehrman Can'nr Zvi Adler
Friday :, and 8:30 p.m. Guesl St>< lit-
er, Dr. Max Arst, vice-haneellor,
Jewish Theological Seminar] of
America. Saturday 9 r m Sermon'
Weekly Portion of the Bible Bar
Mltsvah: Larry; son ,,f Mr. and Mrs
Andres Backer Mitchell, son Mr
and Mrs, Abe Friedman Junioi
gregatlon at 10:80 a.m.
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF GREATER MI-
AMI. 137 NE 19th St. c,u,n, ... .
"oh a Narot
Friday R:l3 n.m Sermon:
.Man ,, \, w Heart "
TEMPLE ISRAEL Of M'RAMAR
3500 SW 69th Way. Conservative
Rabbi Irwin Cutler.
TEMPLE JUDEA.*5500~Granada Blvd
Reform Rabbi Morris Kinper
Friday R:l3 p.m.
TEMPLE MENORArt~ 620 75th St
_
Conse-vative. Raohi Maver Abnm
owitz. Cantor NIcO Feldman.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "The
I Psalnis and the Spaee Age Satur-
day ajaV Sermon: -Portion of! the
l^\v.-^7
TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH DAOE
Temsasaevy of Una. *kt(tl NE 22nd
Ave. Reform. Raobi Ralph Kmgsley.
Friday 8:15 pm Torah scroll given
by Mrs Adnlph W. ill will be dedlcat-
. .1 Sermon: "Torah la Teaching
Torah i- Learn Torah Is the Jets
Ish Way of Life." Saturday 11 a in
liar Mltsvah: Stevi n, so i ; Mr. and
Mrs Howard Zimmerman All eer-
v ..- held al Waahli gti n Federal,
C99 NE ''.7th Street
- ----
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB o< f
4th Ave.. Hlaieah. Conservative
e-,nhi MauHee Ki*m
Friday 15 p.m Sermon "The Impact
of Women i n the Grow th and
Strength of tie Synagogui Religion
and Jen i-li Edui atii n Sisterhood
members who will participate In Na-
tional Wom< n't 1.' igui
obi rvance: Mi CI tt'i Igl I Mrs
Reni l-e> Ite, Mi Tl Ima IVIIoo. Mrs
ln< z Schultsi Mrs Ka) I. ea-
ton,
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TEMPLE ZAMOA 44 Z^mora *'
Conservative R'hhi Miwil Jr
o-r Cantor eynour Hinkes
Friday 8:15 p.m Sermon: "Has the
Synagogue Outlived Its l*eful
Saturday H-45 r ni Sermo'ii: "Scriptur-
al !- --"ii."
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TEMPLE BETH SHALOM of Holly-
v-id 1'? Monro- St C.onserv>tv
Rahbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor
Phdip Lutman.
Friday :,:^ii and 8:15 p.m ..... SI lb-
bal hosted by Mr and Mrs Ferdi-
nand Lewis in honor "f ihelr birth-
day.-. Saturday 9 a m. Mini ha
p.m.
'EMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chasi
Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronisn
~-frr rav*r* Cerv,r
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "The>Presl-
dent and th.- Pope Saturday 10:45
am Bar Mltsvah: John, son of Mr
and Mr- Milton Kelni r
TEMPLt iJETM TOV. 6438 SW 8tn
t Conservative. Rabbi Simon Aoril
Friday 8:15 pm National Women's
League Sabbath Sisterhood, led by
Mrs Nat Lurle, will participate Guesl
Cantor Hyman Fein will chanl the
liturgy Saturday sermon: "Portion of
the week "
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TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM, 275 NW
199th Street. Conservative. Rabbi
Abraham M. Cassel.
Friday 8:30 p.m. National Women's
League Sabbath. Sisterhood officers
will be honored with Mrs Dottle
Kresel. president, participating Sat-
urday f-:3fi a m.
'EMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. and
Tatnm Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional Rahbi Ftigens Labovitz. Can
e Edward Klein.
Friday 3:15 p.m. Saturday 8:45 m
Unveiling Held At
Miami Cemetery
The Chesed Shel Emes Sister-
hood sponsored an unveiling and
dedicatory service at Mt. Sinai
Cemetery, 1125 NW 137th St. on
Sunday.
KabDi Avrom L. Drazin of the
Israelite Center, conducted the
ceremony in memory of those
whose monuments have not vet
been dedicated.
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
Judaism And The
By'RABBI AVROM L. DRAZIN
The Israelite Center
\. these are the names of
the sons of Israel ho came into
Egypt with Jacob; each man
came with hii household."
Sage.- throughout the generations
have questioned
the Torah's
need to mention
that each son
came with his
family, We un-
derstand from
the fact that
their intention
a< to settle in
Egypt that they
brought their
families with
Rabbi Oroiin ,h(>m
Time after time these same
-age- have pointed out. in this in-
; stance, and at many other points
; in the Torah the importance of
j the family as the bastion of Ju-
daism, within the homeland and
'in exile. The Israelites were able
i to survive and thrive under the
slavery of Egypt simply because
they entered Egypt as family units
' and they participated in the Exo-
dus a> family units We are further
! told that the Israelites maintained
, their integrity because they did not
' change thoir names, again a sym-
bol of family unity as Jews.
The American Jew, like his non-
| Jewish counterpart, is very much
an organization man. He places his
' stress on things Jewishon syna-
! gogue membership and participa-
I tion in Jewish activities. We over-
; look the historical fact that, unlike
its Christian counterpart, Judaism
has always stressed the family
and placed the synagogue in a
secondary position, for the essence
of our religion' Jps ?*st*hir,
scope of individu4J.fenafamih ih-
-ervance. V-
Unfortunately. \w neglect '.he
family unit, as a religion- v
and as a social entity. K
members find thejUHlvci l i busy
lo concern themselves with each
other. Each is too" concern.
his own interests and probl
worry about anyone else in the
family. We often read aoi it the
problems of the couple wh i
ried young, so the wife di
out of school in order to help her
husband complete his prof-
training. Within a few years the
husband begins to seek interests
out-ide the home because "She
did not grow with me. My Interests
aie now on a higher Intellectual
plane than hers. We are no > r
compatible."
The truth is that Without his
wife's help, the young professional
man might not have reached the
high intellectual pinnacle he foils
he has now achieved. Further-
more, as a supposedly intelligi |
human being, it behooves him to
help hi- wife and family rea-h the
levels he feels he has achieved
The only way for man to travel
is with his family, especially on
the road of life. He cannot, if he is
honest and sincere, just let them
drop off the ladder as he climbs
higher and higher. If he does, he
shows supreme lack of respect or
love, not only for the members of
his family, but for people gener-
ally.
Israel has survived and even
thrived under the most adverse
conditions because of the suprem-
acy of the family. Let it -.ot be
said that the American Jewish
community faltered and failed !*-
cause of the breakdown )f the
family as a bastion of Judaism.
LIVING HEBREW
CEDARS OF LEBANON Hospital
and the South Florida Hospital
Council will cosponsor a three-day
Cardiac Nursing Institute Jan 18
to Jan. 20, demonstrating to nurses
ome life-saving techniques in this
, field.
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER.
126 E. Halla-.aale Beach Blvd.
----- e -----
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross.
HOLLYWOOD TEMPL.I SINAI. 1201
Johnson St. Conservative. Rabbi
David Shapi.-o. Cantor Yehudah
Heilbrann. ^
---- ----
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L.
Drazin. Cantor Nathan Parnass
Friday 5:Su and 8:15 p.m. Sermon
The Only Way t>. Travel." Oneg
Shabbat hosted by children ..f Mrs
Fannie Gortna'i In honor of her -"Hi
M-thilay. Baturdaj B:45 a.m Sermon:
Portion of the Week."
--------
JACOB C. LOHF.N COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE."-432 Washinaton>v
Orthodox. Rabbi Tlbor H. Stern
Cantor Meyer Engel.
---- ---
KN6SETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ava.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrficld
Cantor Abraham Self.
Friday S:1S p.m Sermon: "Internal
Politics of :*t>ria Leading to the "War I
o! the Mldelnft in 1H>:7."
MINYONAIRES SYNAGOGUE. 3737
Bird Rd. Modern Traditional. Cantor
Louis Cohen.
---- ----
OHEV SHALOM, 7011 Bonita Dr., M.B.
Orthodox. Kabb. fhineas WeDsi
man.
if lay 8:30 m Bennon: Bxlle
Precedes Exodus." Mincha .'.:."." pm
----
SEPHARDIC Jl:W *- r-FNItR <|r.
Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmias.
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE 18151 NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah E.
Caplan.
''V and -. i, i Bern.....
Born in Blavi rj >ni u Shabh u
"' '>' Mr an.I Mrs Mauriei
Rosen Saturday '.. a m Sermrrn: "The
WIU to Live." liar Mltsvah: Jay son
of Mr. and Mrs. Israel Bhuster,
Minrna. (:1s p m.
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Shemot
Mi ses trembles before the burning bush.
"And he looked, and. behold, the bush burned with fire and
the bush was not consumed" lExod. 3.2).
GodM3n.6>MO"eS Wd hiS faCC: fr he Was afraid ,0 l0k upon
snH ?i^u? 7 Jheuchildren ^ 'srael increased and multiplied
and the land of Goshen was filled with them "uinpiiiu
But a new king arose in Egypt; one who had nnt u
Joseph. He said to his people. "The childre I d iJrael are too
kXvnm'0m'r?i8h,5of0r US: Cme' let US deal wiselv w ,harLm
lest thc> multiply, and it come to pass, that, when there befalleih
us any war, they also join themselves unto our enemies and12
aw,ThVn- anPHget lhem up out of the "'SSi JwSf
treaX'Tbr^at""8 M ^^ *< BtfS
God appeared to Moses in a burnine bush and ti,t m
return to Egypt, for H was his mission" o'liESt I ehi.dre^ If
h'rn,h ""f 'ead t1h.em ,0 the land of Cana^- With the help of hU
brother Aaron, Moses united the Hebrew slaves into a n^iSe
'.y peohPiecag""before pharaoh with God,s --- tS.t jrti
ar.,1 y^LTW,n,'"l^ fJ?e We*kly P"-,ion of t-.w i* extracted
end based upon "The Graphic History of the Jewish Herit!!.-
ed.ted by P Wollman-Tsamir, $15. Publisher tZtw ^1
volume is av.il.b,. ., 27 William St^wVc'rl^N^;^
of the sooery d,stributir the volume i, Jos^h Schl.ng.
WHERE DOES THE I OKI) LIVE?
(( onmsalion between
kibbul/ ibildrcn)
Dani: (son of the doctor) \Shjt
are Ihey building here?
Cadi: They're building a
nnagogue, a house for the
Lord.
Dani: Not true' The Lord dwells
in Ihc heaxens. So said
grandfather and ihe nurse,
Dina.
Gadi: 1 svcar. my mother told
me that here they are
building a synagogue for
the Lord.
Dani: Perhaps the I ord needs two
apartmentsone in heaven
and one in the kihhm/.
(FBgO 'i^ nfrrlo)
TrU V#& no .(HKnn )|) :|j
,nBJj r* VKfa rr'i :nj
n:-T aa: Has -db r\9
jirB=7 t
"\ JTitp 'fff SK ,na :-:;
rasa r.'a a;ia nsr
.'n rarx
fth*i *rv -p-.x 1 r.y.v nyj-] t^ft r.r.H
traps
?B:nr,B no .5*5x9 nr.K ;'ii
? Jill**! TiV rft no1*
Cadi: You're joking' Why ihe
Midden change' What has
happened suddenly? Why
does Ihe Lord need tv.o
apartments?
Dsni: hs not funny. 1 he same is
true of my father.
Gadi: This is not true! You just : *.a*K BAB nr.K TS3 HV tnj
say so! Your parents l.ve bvmsm wsnarfi 1t sLafsa
m the old-timer apartment, '8 ''T'l ff B ^3 XW1
and that's thai! j nnTl't
Dani: If, nol s0 My paren(s ^ ^r^ fiM|J| ^ ^ nf ..^
in the olil-timir o....______ : ."*. '*
3| *a a; .?*nxq m? nr.:'ji


n the old-timer apartments
b"! my father receives
pabents in the clinic.
Cadi: Apparently jf( the same
with the Lord. He live, in
'he heavens and will receiva
'bbuu members in the
synagogue.
^aga *V h=k ^aK c*j?v";
.nti-oa a*^.n
n; mn .*ia -t n:r nvnat :'ii
*nan dh. ^a,?**. Bosx
..'. r,B*an r*aa fsWD
old-timers
aparlmcnl,
clinic
apparently
YOUR DICTIONARY FOR TODAY.
B'^rn pro,

nurse
you are joking
just so
'. V I
d.-o
IDIOMS:
I swear!
What. all of a luddenl
That', thai!
I B*a**
fVTja
! BiKpf r
s rrrvH


January 19, 1968
+ Me*M-nrrkiiar
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MMin:i['JII4 MH.. _,-
L-oiiiiii.'mI /m/.-
7'(
EDWARD COHEN
r 4
The Talk Shows
. one. annoyed with what
written recently, asked
v for my credentials: by
f background, education and
ation had I presumed to
. ., comment on the subject
iii question?
>ugh the answer could be
il as such, it wasn't really
:n be cyivcal. Give any-
' paper, a typewriter and
-Ikt and in a short time
. press pundit. Despite all
, lucation and supposed so-
ation, the public pays s"n-
ition to anything that
- m print. The error here
publication gives sub-
. to the material, when ac-
a nood deal of what is
-iuil i- onlv to fH the holes
: advertisements.
hitt takes care of me. and
tmeriran pr-.'ss. Ir practice.
id editor and a careful pub-
will get rid of the incompe
and, with rare exception, has
control of what finally ap-
in the newspaper. By now.
.. i fairly alert reader knows
i Buckley. Lawrence. Lipn-
Kr.ift, Pearson. Smith et al.
on the issues so it hardly
ers when their biases show.
- I do if it bothers you: read
the ones ho agree with
point of view.
Put that's not what I began to
write. I have been to develop a
'.rung!' about these radio talk
shows. SUrcly ft is my privilege
to -urn th* dial, but I have found
thnt listening to certain of the
- as I drive to and from
home at peak traffic hours is a
>< utic experience.
3:
I
u.'
V I'1
p..
.:
v. '
1 i
(i-
,-od to set all charged up
!he idiots who collect on
highways each morn and eve
h me no less an idiot I. pre-
l.ibly but now I take out
ostility on the talk show
liots." (I think I've coined a
I there although obviously it
as good as "booh-tube" to
.be television) Well, it's bad
.-h letting some one have
H r. typewriter and publisher.
hat a crime against intelli-
< it is to provide a micro-
and a telephone for the
who crowd the air waves
day from dawn to dusk'
Miami Hebrew Book Store
ISRAELI a. DOMESTIC GIFTS
*-*-h'w Rriini), > Stipplle* for
Synagogues. School! A Privete Uee
1585 Woshinstor Ave.
Minmi R.-nch JE 8-1*40
And no one in charge to stop
them.
'I'm toM these programs con-
tinue far into the night, but like
having pork products in the home
I turn them on only in the car
and thus most of my listening is
early. When I've been at a late
meeting I usually catch I.airy
King, a sound, intelligent Inter-
viewer of sensible people. Unless,
of course, it's been a rough meel
ing and then I tune in to the audi-
(:-. loud and vulgar and stupid).
The fri 'htening thins about
these programs is leveloped
righl at 'he beglrning when the
man in charge I 'tic microohone
invites nil with "You name it. and
well t.dk about it 1 have tried
to analyze which is worse: the
commentator trying to -timulate
discussion with his own peculiar
version of a happening or the
first phone-caller with his bit of
bias or misinformation^ it seams
to be a standoff, neither one hav-
ing anj :dca what he's talking
about 'nit willing to -ii on as long
a< the microphone i- open
Obviously. I'm not about to of-
fer proof of the idiocy except by
Impression Traffic crawl- as I
lis'en but not enough for me to
make notes. 1 tried it once but
when I looked at my notes I re-
alized how unintelligible it all
was not my notes, but what
had passed tor a discussion on
the air you and I are supposed to
own. Talk about air pollution!
In my notes I do find a de-
scription of the evening man
which I may have stolen from
somewhere, its so good: "this
voice has the quality of lukewarm
oatmeal and as much intellectual
content." However apt this may
be. the sad thing is that these
talkfests appear to bring on the
air the most ignorant and biased
elements of our community,
whether they be Jewish kooks or
anti-Semites, radicals of the right
and left without the saving grace
of knowledge of either position.
There should be a place for in-
telligent discussion of the issues
of the day on the radio, and the
local stations which have provid-
ed the time should be commend-
ed. But the open-phone shows for
cranks and audiots deserve no
airing. They add nothing to our
knowledge but further proof that
there are an awful lot of sick peo-
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Friday. |anucn lg ,,,
Off frie Record:
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
New Frontiers. New Nationalism, New Freedom
ilE'.V THINGS US
j "' this -
^ ion propounded the
.

N -:;; and .lohn F.
Kenni X- w Frontiers.
year 19C8 now
Israel, there may be
M< tt> be II ..- of these There
are IK I : ..-. .-.. ...n and a new
freedom
The frontiers h stretched to three times
their former extent There isa new frecdon R
ihe Temple Wall, the hoi) places ul Hebron i'nd
Bethlehem which belong to the historj ol Israel
There is a new nationalism growing ol the spirii
telf-confidence in Israel's triumphanl victor>
Tourists returning from Israel tell of an electric
atmosphere In Israel, as though wrought by some
kind nf secret magic. Before the war. a kind ol cloud
had hovered over the country Alter a period ol
rapid growth, there was a recession. Inflation s,-t in
and seeking to curb It, the government took steps
which brought about unemployment, and then came
the threat ol a combined Arab attack on Israel, which
might spell complete catastrophe. It seemed as
though, if some great Power did not intervene in
Capital Spotlight By Milton Friedman
A Record Year Is
'' .-.-.. gton
IN 1968, A
Americans nil] numer
: iai visit ng thi Sen Isi ael I 1
[the 20
Meir Shalii 1 r Is
M : T itrism n eently vis-
lite
He bro ght 1963
Israel Loves Company
a-v: faci ities
Mr Shalit s job should not bi
Amer >ked for 1968 as I
iaulle -
v tburst in Novei
lU Ism
More than a score of American
rael -ir.ee the Six-Day War S .
ontenders for the Republ..
?Jns7('"' G""* Romnej of Mic..... :
Sent Richard M Sti m. and
Illinois
Israels unaahinj tory captun 1 ginatioi
Our Film Folk:
By HERBERT G. LUFT
Cdp
Character Study
QODEO KOTLER
-
1 Festival. I .
:
V Child." 1
.. ..rael's answer to Michael
the Hollywoodians by storm with his ctre
looks and winning persona. I
Hotter currently is connected with the Royal
Academy of Dramatic Art in London, having com-
pleted right after the Six-Day War in June another
feature entitled 'Every Bastard a King'' in which
he co-starred with Italian actress Pier Angeli. I'n-
like "Three Days and A Child." his latest film, his
first in color, deals directly with the victory over
the Arabs. It is also his first in the English lan-
guage, interspersed with Hebrew words only when
Israelis talk among themselves.
Director of Kotler's latest picture is L'ri Zohar.
who also wrote the screen play to "Three Days and
A Child" and guided the earlier film, a deeply mov-
ing character study of an Israeli youth-of-today im-
bued with psychological overtones.
Misha Asherov, who distinguished himself as the
wise patriarch in the French-Israeli co-production of
"Impossible on Saturday" appears in an important
character role in the current Three Davs and A
Child" in which Judith Sola essays a fem'me-fatale
'Three Days and A Child" is distributed bv Ed
ward Meadow, co-producer of "The Incident" a
turbulent drama directed in New York bv I arrv
Peerce. son of the famed singer, and starring' Jan
rnftd"' TKary,MHrril1-- The,ma Rit,er ""Uk
r t.1ieJ"c,dcnt ,s lH'm- released bv 20th
Century-roafend has been entered in the "Osca."
r3Ct.
n*rJTm!-P*t.0in has returne to London to pre-
?hin, he.p^uct," Universal s "The Adding Ma-
V. r, ** n ,he Prizt-Wi""ng play bv Elmer
Rice, after signing Richard Widmark for the central
wi'n- Urner Wi" produce -faint Your
Wagon for Paramount Pictures, with Eddie Fisher
as executive producer Producer Geroge Sher
silvers sgt. Bilko TV show, for "Hello rwm-n
There." with Tony Randall, Janet Leigh and^m
Dalian STS a' ,Van TrS SudiiT
. Dalian Lavi co-stars with Rod Taylor Christ
her Plummer and Lilli Palmer in "The High Com
missioner," produced by Selig J. Seli-man'i%\T'
organisation in London. Ra.P TntnCdikcSnT
In The Making
' as well as Jew Four thousand American Cath 1
instance, have made reservations to visit Lsrael
1961 fhej represent Knights ol Columbus lodges in
N'ev Jersey, Connecticut and Massachusetts
HOW find il easier to visit holy shrines in the
Easl They are no longer subjected to the arbitrarj
front./: controls imposed b> .Ionian Israel ended thai in
Tourists may now freelj visit the West Bank ol Jor
The) can explore the battlefields of the Golan Heights
visit h itels in Sinai's El Arish They can il\ over the
Iai fortifical ons ol Sharm El-Sheikh
F 'he first ti 2.000 years Jews may visit under
A'< stern Wall ol the Temple in a
alem Anothei tirine 1
' ::b.
'' > Jews are excit. Fortys
1 ;- 168 S
into the 1.860 approved hotel
moccupied territory This will provid......
; Arab and Jew alike Special courses have
' I to familiar./.. Arab tourist guides with Israel
nsiderati s no longer exist Tourism booms
h winter and summer Accon
mding and improving Favored b> i-
;." tionofth. pound, tourists an .,,
s.,a,is; for 1966 reveal thai 328 unn
in Isi -:.',:'
the 1966
ol Ihe cincnu on >. pp|e Chanuk.,l, win hi
sritsssssr
Panorama:
ill of Israel, it was now the finish ot*anoth
noble experiment" Historians a hundred \ "'r
from now will doubtless retell the story how our
Arab friend Mr Shukairy cbuckllngly Invited at*.
; apt 1 reporters to have dinner with him in T, 1,
Then the triumph which astonished the hol
world happened The sunshine burst through ,h
clouds
The outpouring of contributions to Israel was u
paralleled in the world s history The tourists who be
lore had condescendingly included a visit to lsra 1
as an addendum to a trip to Europe began to put,,
in ihe forefront. No less a journal than the highbrow
London Statesman, oracle of the British world of
intellectuals, recently called Jerusalem the most f*
1 ating city in the world.
Bui a good deal will be required of Jews not liv-
ing in Israel, too The great outpouring of contnbu-
lions from America to Lsrael was not simply ,
- U it was aa instinctive feeling th ..
in Israel's rate II -he loses, we lose .-. she
we win
Highlights In Sports
JESSE SILVER
Red Holtzman
The New York Knicktroockeri are Ropinj I
'hWV Ihen. what another r,
Celtics. Boston's redhei
R< V erbaeh. now natired from
*hose success f,mili.r to all foil
"onal basketbaU New York's redtop
"-de.....-!, --W,;i:a.'R,,r-Itzman_n,,
as well known to some ol the younger fan-
In !Jm7ma,n,;';;' B^e, >,,,shot "Iai for O N^
In 1941 and 1942 he gained all-Met and All-Amen. ,
*T M he p,ayed"iS'
- >he 47-ye.Mld Holtrma,
-"" for the Kiucks When told ol
;'-"< he admitted, -ft., kind of a
;->., back coachin,
ball Fo,m,i sth0iar^'P ^om the National Foot-
ship for L 8ra"ted a R*Od>sscholar-
i 'r -U'arS S,lld>- Oxford University
""^nd He was one of six chosen from Harvard.

They Shared One Suit Of Clothes
FJP^>lFVYONE knows that ,.. Vl,'l(>
iS'iSit;; ? jand ,he **
rt, Schaffmr ,n v. the ^^ "v Produced
establishment! did\,J V* and 0,her famous c,othin;;
nav,. a spare suit of clothes.
rVERYONE knows that, 1948. ,
' Bunker Hill Don', i COmn>nd
ee.hewh,,e!ioffhrets0,'S,r
o.r 01 shortaTe whK-h ren'n8p,0,n ,U'U'r faced ^.
Rabin, who was in Ch.caa,[ t u V''"1 had ,0 face
function, told about it privately ^ Un*1 ,'"""1 "*" "'"' "''"'skirts"1!','" a.Karnwnt that goes especiall
11 u. :' ""' 'dv helnin.."i .u ht'ar,en'ng to know that lsra.
ano he is?!, iC end f ,he conflic' in 1948 Rahin '"' '" miniskirts So ,^ dt;salina,ion of sea water bu
---ice 'SSmiiK iSJz r*-^ S a,d,Bg progress on aU bwte-
but
would wear the su.t and. at the ourofl'.0" So Rabi
and say. "Gentlemen. I am JnyT h.e.wouU r-
several occasions the U.S. tmSSSaL mU! ve." On
stand why Rabin insisted orS*?11?" d no' und"'
would proceed to the hotel. Ute ^^UnCtUall> Rain
the other Israeli general BRlt ZS a"d
.Mr. ana Mrs,
neha (:15 p.ID,
isnusi ouuattji
*zEnAmerica and
a,,d -'vi BaUuri 1 V'S,t of Mr E;
Ul" ho ,SriVe, 'm,CKhin "mmon. Both a
UCJ! top.es as "a, 1 P PUW,C Ufe' Both a*
Es"k0l Prevail tin' ,Trd *lltica W **
~r rathor his kibhut, ? V" Johnsn to visit his ranch
f<*' at horn,, there T^ ,Sr*el' "** ***** *ouJd
ed to run for Zir ? ,S P0'10" *. too. If he want-
The onl '" ^ ^ mlght etected"
Gra>t. and T, ***** to visit Israel was
lt after he retired.
Israel no doubt have
Kshkol Lyndon Johnson
mon Both are men of
home on
.- trust that Mr
esident Johnson to visit his ranch
........".:.: i.i 1



January 19, 1968
MNVfsli flcirSdlicin
Day
irst Conservative
High School
To Open In Fall
\K\V YORK (JTA) The Solo-
ii Sohochter High School of
Brooklyn, the first day high school
In i' sponsored by Conservative
.i.i.iism. has opened student regis-
Iration for its first term next Sep-
ember. The school will be located
j Fhitbush Jewilh Center.
I he curriculum of the school will
be directed by a board of educa-
r consisting of leading educators
under the guidance of the Commis-
sion on Jewish Education of the
'ruled Synagogue of America, the
l( rational agency of Con-
Lcrvative Judaism. Scholarship
(standards will conform to the re- j
quirementa of the department of ;
|> ndary education of the Univer- ;
b of the Stat*1 of New York in j
[a bany, according to Dr. Morton '
.1 hi reel or of the Commission
5n Jewish Education. The move-
I: i ni currently sponsors 30 ele-
pnentary Jewish day schools, 25
. which are affiliated with the
[/--ociation of Solomon Schechter
IS i hools.
Or Siege! said students from
lementary day schools and con-
ic national schools will he eligible
ir admission to tho high school.
I- reported that other Solomon
i hter high schools were being
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and sale featuring the outstanding
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be an all day festival Starting at
11 a.m. and continuing until 5 p.m.
Included in the outstanding dis
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iron works, and a special showing
of semi precious gems. All the
items will be for sale. Famous re-
productions and books pertaining
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cordings, also will be available
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ticipate and display their wares in
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of cultural activities and programs
entitled "Art Appreciation Month"
at the Miami YMHA. Other events
on the January calendar include a
Postage Stamp Show held on Jan.
! 7th; "Survey In Israel." a report
by Dr. Joseph Fogel on his activi
j ties as an American in Israel dur
jin* the Six Day War; "We. The
i Jewry." the first in a series of
provocative monthly discussions
on Jan. 21st; and a film on the
traditions and heritage of the Jew-
ish people on Jan. 24th.
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YMHA has been planned and pie-
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chairmanship of Mrs. Ray Berlin.
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+Jei<>tFkriidlii Friday, h:,.^ ,g
Orthodox Arc Warned On Imposing Rule
Continued from Page 1-A
a reception at the Israel Mu-
seum.
The wives of dele
companied them to the conference
met at a separate session
-.he chairmanship of Mrs. S
Herzog, widow of I;rael"s late Chief
Rabbi. Later, the group toured East
Jerusalem, visiting the Western
Wall and the sites of synagogues
destroyed during the Jordanian oc-
cupation of the city
One controversial aspect of the
strife-ridden conclave proved to
have been the result of an inadver-
tent error. Reports that
Orthodox Agudal Isr
.
-i the conference wen
mistake stemming
Hi
statement into Ei
Menachem P irush, ai '
leader, said that his part as is
sued a stern" warning to "Torah-
true" rabbis to bo) cotl the c in-
ference but not a religious ban. H's
statement was marie in resp mse to
many inquiries resulting from the
original report. Agudisl -
pressed regret over the misui
Standing.
rst its
States
i tinued
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i I
iin an < ltal> bo
Ma lai pai
their :
a.tend on pounds that the c n
the Mizrai
R ibbi Jospri
\ Jewish
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ng to the I'l'i'ss
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migranti from
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lies ol Juda-
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I
Moscow's Chief Rabbi. Yehuda
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which he expressed "astonish-
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Sepharc'S Chief Rabbi Yifihak
Nissim havirxj proclaimed a day
B.E Goodrich
of fasting on behalf 0
Jewry in December. In h
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Jewish Floridian
Mian;;, F.oridn, Friday, January 19, 196c
S -:c:: 3
Kenneth Myers Cited
By Miami Jaycees
ied Synagogue Youth Gioup of Congregation B?ti:
North Miami Beach, has launched its own intensive
:: on behalf of the 1968 CJA-IEF campaign. Arthur S.
m (left), executive director of the Grater Miami ]ew-
-.oration, discusses campaign plans with members ot
ip, (seated, from left): Janet Baum and Larry Burrow?.
inding, from left) Alan Bernstein, Les Falkeand David
lei._________________
Farband Luncheon To
Benefit CJA-IEF Drive
lUe Farband Labor Zionist
kement will hold its annual
Icheon on behalf of the 1WS8
mbined Jewish Appeal Israel
lergency Fund joint campaign
Feb. 4 at the Algiers Hotel, it
\- announced by Joseph P. Zuck-
lan, chairman.
nest speaker for the affair will
11>i Aneh Nesher. Israeli econo
II and lecturer. Also on the pro-
^m is Temple F.manu El spiritual
er I>r. Irving Lehrman. Tern
Kmanu-EI Cantor Zvi Adler.
mil Court Judge Harold B.
et, and Shmuel Fershko. Israeli
ii poser.
onorary cochairmen for the
Action are Morris Honigbaum
Menashe Feldstein.
Tessie Honigbaum will read her
poetry' at the luncheon, ac-
ing to Oscar Shapiro, who'is Sol<)m0_ Parness hincneon c00r-
f,n as rhairman *>f aff-" 'or dmaIor, and BU1 Beckwith and
bor group. Sender WoUon. who are handling
Llso taking active leadership all personal contact with the Far
> in the Farband campaign are band members.
Rep. Kenneth M. Myers, a mem- J
ber ot the Florida State Legislature
and a Miami attorney, was the re-
cipient this week of the Miami
Junior Chamber of Commerce Dis-
tinguished Service Award.
The award, given annually by
the Miami Jaycees, is designated
for that person considered to be
"the outstanding young man of the
community under age 35."
Mr. Myers was cited for his
"outstanding work as a legislator
' during the last session, in the fields
of mental health, air and water
pollution control legislation, con-
sumer protection laws, and tax
reform." He was lauded for his
sponsorship of "the bill which
brought about a major redistribu-
tion of the seventh cent of the gas-
oline tax, providing more desper-
ately needed road monies for the
urban areas."
State Attorney General Earl
Faircloth. principal speaker at the
aycee banquet honoring Mr. My
era, said:
"Ken Myers is a most unusual
legislator and is worthy of the Jay-
cees' Distinguished Service Award.
He deserves the title of Gladiator
of 1967. for to win anything last
year required a rare combination
of diplomacy and political acu-
men."
Mr. Myers was also honored by
tht Capitol Press Corps in being
designated as one of the ten
most valuable members of the
H-Hise of Representative* and
was cited by a Capitol Press poll
as "the most outstanding mem-
ber of the Dde House Delega-
tion."
He was also chosen by his legis-
lator colleagues for the Allen
Morris Award as the most out-
standing second term member of
the House.
Mr. Myers, age 34, is a native
Miamian and was first elected to
the Florida House in November.
KENNETH M. MYUS
1964. He has served through two
terms, consisting of two regular
sessions, and six special sessions
of the Legislature. He has been a
practicing attorney in Dade Coun-
ty since 1957.
He earned top mention in a re-
cent public opinion poll conducted
by WCKT (Channel 7i on outstand
ing members of the Dade House
delegation.
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Kabbi David Singer To
Address Telsbe Dinner
David Singer, lecturer.
in- principal Speaker ill the
i dinner of the Greater
I Friends of Telshe Ycshiva,
.ueaday, Jai 30. at the
}< lainebleau Hotel, Rabbi Herd
quet chairman, has an-
300 guests are expected in
I' i tin- banquet which will
the founding of the Miami
ol Friends of Telshe Ye-
with centers in Cleveland
.i ;o
-:ie Yeshiva al-o has received
from the Israt li govern-
i project to found a mil
i> outside hi Jerusalem to
n as Kiryat Telshe-Stone
1 Singer, spiritual leader of
}' egatioo Anshei Sfard of Boro
Ji'l Brooklyn, NY has lei Lured
r -l> throughout the i nited
pte. Canada and South America.
B im in Poland, he was brought
'his country at the age of four.
was educated In Me-ivta Torah Vo-
daas ami was ordained at the Rab-
binical Seminary of America.
Rabbi Sing tr serves as vice pres-
ident of the Union "i Orthodox
Rabbis ol tl United state- an l
Canada, a distinction which has
;:,, anally been reserved for
older European trained scholars.
Cochairmen of the affair are
i: ibbi David Lehrfleld, spiritual
leader of Congregation Kneseth
Israel. Samuel Kcinh.ird and Leo
Robinson,
nisi hiis i on show
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KABBI DAVID SINCIK
Jewish Group May
Aid Viet Refugees
NEW YORK i.lTAiThree Amer-
ican Jewish COpimunal leaders left
this week on an exploratory trip
to determine the feasibility of a
Jewish welfare and rehabilitation
pro-ram among refugees in Viet
Nam.
The project was proposed last
spring by an official of the Joint
Distribution Committee at whose
suggestion a temporary body called
the American Jewish Service Com
mittee on Civilian Relief in Viet
Nam was formed.
The mission consist! of Morris
1; AJbram, president of the Ameri-
can Jewish Committee, who is
chairman of the temporary body;
Jacob Trobe. executive director of
the Jewish Child Case Ass iciation;
and Flyman Wachtel, assistant to
the director general of Malben, the
program for rehabilitation of the
aged and handicapped immigrants
in Israel conducted by the JDC
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Mentz Accepts
President's Post
For Thin! Term
Emanue! Mentz has 11
i d to serve aspresid 1300
Men's Club for u third term. Club
officen and board members will
be installed at the eiyhth annual
dinner and dance Sunday. Feb. 11.
Dr. Irving Lehrman will be guest
speaker and installing officer, and
.Mayor Jay Dermer will bring
greetings. Ai the Hilton Plaza, the
affair will begin with hois d-
oeuvres at 5 p.ni. and conclude
with a show starring Connie Fran-
cis and Nipsy Rus:
Slate which will serve with Mr
Mentz during :.:r>8 includes Sam
Goldberg, Pi Paul, Abe S il
Irving Sih < r, i ice
Sohmer. trea.- irer; I ,i Kohn, Max
lliller. Sy andel, secretaries;
liabbi David Raab, chaplain;
Maniu.' Siegi anl ..'
Charles Grossma chair-
man; arer
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honors y i
live I ard.
Hi bers ird arc: Hj
Berkman
Cohen, I Cowen,
B Es on tes. Alej
man, .; Ii d,
man. Hat Kra-
mer, Max Ma Jack Mi
Georgi : I Si N'or
Samuel D S am Arth ,_ J.
Smith. Davi I \! S; in, W x SI .
ky, Ai Supran, Ben 1!. Wolff and
.1 Sidney Wolff.
Alternate eel David Abi
les, Harry Gabrelow. Mori!- Grau-
er, Leslie P Hilton and Jack
Margulis.
Conference For Pre-School Teachers
To Be Held Wednesday At Emanu-EI
A ( fessional con- damea Cynthia Arshe
school teachers
by the Bureau of Jew- Fishkin. Jerome l. Maxwell
sh Education and the Council of-,ther sh Marilv,, PaZ
Jewish Congregational Pre School 'anney.
A nt
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Spinoza Lecture Thursday
Dr. Abraham Wolf-on will di
liver a lecture i-i "The Excom
munication" at ;he Spinoza Forum
tor Adult Education Bcheduli
Thursday morning at 10 in the
Washington Federal auditorium.
!234 Washington Ai
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day at Temple F.mai.a El Cla.-se.s
at all pre-school congregational
schools will be suspended on that
day i thai ti achers may attend
the all-daj workahopi
. workshop wiU be
. i Tell." with presenta-
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January 19, 1968
*Jenisti fhrktkkti
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Stolarsky to Address
Karband Meeting Here
ISRAtl STOLARSKt
Dr. Nathan Drazin,
Author And Rabbi,
I At Israelite Center
I)r Nathan Drazin. president of
tthe Talmudical Academy of Balti-
liiiore. lid.-, will address the Israel-
Jit, Center at 8:30 p.m. on Tuesday,
following a meeting of the Dora
[stein Sisterhood. Dr. Drazin'.s topic
[will be "The Jewish Attitude* To-
[vard Marriage and Sex."
Rabbi Avrom L. Drazin. spiritual
leader of the Israelite Center, is
[the nephew of the guest speaker.
Dr. Drazin is the author of "His-
Itory of Jewish Education" and of
"Marriage Made in Heaven." Both
[books have befn translated into
[Hebrew and published in Israel.
Somt. 200 of Rabbi Drazin's ar-
il ides in Knglish and Hebrew have
[appeared in magazines throughout
|lhe world.
Rabbi Drazin is a member of the
[presidium of the Baltimore Council
|n: Orthodox Rabbis. He served as
president of the Religious Zionists
Ml America, Seaboard Region, and
[a- ,i vice president of the Habbin-
ical Council of America and chair-
Inian of its committee on family-
land marriage.
In 1951. heaudhis family visited
Hsrael for the first time and toured
[the country for seven weeks. He
revisited Israel in 1955. 1961. 1965
|and 1967.
A biographical sketch of Dr.
|I>razin appears in the "Interna-
Rional World's Who's Who" and in
Who's Who in the East."
Synagogues Still Useful?
Resuming his current series of
sermons which analyze contempo-
rary Jewish life on the American
scene, Rabbi Maxwell Berger will
deliver a talk titled "Has the Syn-
agogue Outlived Its Usefulness?"
| during Friday evening services at
Temple Zamora.
Israel Stolarsky. associate na-
tional director of hte Israel His-
tadrut campaign, will be honored
at a reception Jan. 29 at the Fon-
tainebleau Hotel ITie event will
mark the annual Histadrut Cele-
bration held for members of Far
band. Poale Zion and other units !
of the Labor Zionist Organization
in South Florida.
Announcement of the meeting .
was made by Moe Levin, presi-
dent, and Abraham Rovinsky, |
chairman of the board of the Israel Sunday Buffet Dinner
Histadrut Committee of Greater
Miami,
Moslem Jewish Dialogue
Is Slated By Emanu-El
D*. SIYMOUR HIGH
A former member of the edi- I
torial staff of "Haint" and the
"Lodger Folksblatt." Air. Stolarsky
also wrote frequently for the Yid-
dish press. He is presently direc- j
tor of the Latin American De-
partment of Histadrut as well as
the Projects Department which
implements the establishment of
health, educational and welfare In-
stitutions sponsored by American
donors.
Mr Stolarsky. who was a dele
gate to the Congress for Labor Is-
rael in Berlin and the World Zi
onist Congress in Geneva, has '
contributed numerous articles to
the Jewish Day and Morning Jour
nal in this country He also con-
ducts a weekly Yiddish radio pro-
gram in New York
After World War 1, Mr. Stolar
sky became active in the Poale
Zion movement and later founded
a Yiddish school where he taught
and served as director. Born in
Poland, he was educated in Rus-
sian high schools and in a Yeshiva.
He came to the United States in
1940.
The annual buffet dinner spon-
sored by the Temple Zamora Sis-
terhood is slated for Sunday in the
social hall beginning at 6 p.m. Co-
chairmen of the affair are Mrs
Leah Friedson and Mrs. Jerome
Lieberman.
Islam and Judaism Compare
Notes" will be the subject of a
unique dialogue to be held be-
tween Dr. Muhammed Abdul Rauf.
an Islamic authority, and Dr. Sey-
mour Siegel. an ordained rabbi and
educator who has traveled exten-
sively in the Far East, the Middle
East and Europe.
The rabbi and the Islamic au-
thority will meet in the second of
a series of lectures to be held at
Temple Emanu-El, Miami Beach.
Tuesday evening.
Dr. Irving Lehrman. spiritual
leader of Temple Emanu-El. will
introduce the speakers.
Dr. Rauf was born in Egypt, and
is a graduate of the Al Azhar Uni-
versity in Cairo, the famous center
of Islamic learning. Dr. Rauf also
studied at London and Cambridge
universities, and was head of the
department of Islamic Studies in
Malaya He is the author of the
book. "Life and Teaching of the
Prophet Muhammed.'" and numer-
ous other papers and tracts in
English and Arabic. He is a direc-
tor of the Islamic Center oi \r
York.
Dr. Siegel is a professor at the
Jewish Theological Seminary, a
member of the Institute of Re-
ligious Studies at the Seminary and
the author of many books on Jew-
ish Dietary Laws, the Prayerbook.
and a contributor to national and
international news media.
The lecture is part of a series of
six lectures, sponsored bj the
Adult Education program "f tlie-
Temple. The next lecture will be
on Tuesday, Jan 30th.
Torah Luncheon Club
The Torah Luncheon Club of
Temple Emanu-El will hold its
next session Tuesday. 12:15 p.m.
at the Shelborne Hotel. Now in its
8th year, the study group is led by
Dr Irving Lehrman. Mayor Shep-
ard Broad of Bay Harbor Islands
serves as chairman.
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Friday, January
Temple Judea To Present Tevya
As Staged By Emanu-EI Players
Temple Judeas cultural series dent Harry A. Levy, will present
shifts from politics to theater Jan. a musical performance featunn.
27th when the Temple Emanu-EI past Players president O. J. (Jim-
Players bring their version of my) Rosenstrauch in the featured
Shoiem Aleichem's 'Tevya and roie.
His Daughters" across Biscayne The pJay marks )he midway
Bav- point in the Coral Gables syna-
The Miami Beach congregation's gogue's series, with appearances
bv Dr Thomas Altizer Feb. 13.
e'en. S 1. A Marshal! March 19.
and Bishop James A. Pike May 11
rounding oui the program. Meyer
Levin and Sen. Abraham Ribicoff
appeared earlier in the Temple Ju-
!. a SI '
Ticket; for the Temple Emanu-
EI Pli : resi ntation and the
entin I the set i< are on
-: e at th temple offici 5500 Gra
na la I
Mill
that th rai c< ol the Miami
Bi th en!
The
host syni ?ogU( raises fui
annual op iting
Pli yers will
their pli for Templi En ami
fund for the rec ntl>
compli S Hall School
Build : _
In addition to Mr R isi I -'
the .l 27 pla\ will feature Mir-
iam Weinkle, Rita Burns, Barbara
Bessey, Davida Levy, Arlene Har
ris. Allen Yudakofsky, Dr Seymour
Kreisler. Hope Pomerance, R slyn
Richelson, Ann Reiff, Doris i
and Shiriev Blum.
theatrical group, headed by presi-
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O. I. ROSINSTRAUCH
Mayberg, Orimland
To Be Honored At
Lubavitcher Dinner
Rabbi and Mrs. Gimple Orim-
:and and Mr. and Mrs. Morton H.
Mayberg will be guests of honor
Sunday evening when the Chabad
Lubavitcher Movement holds its
annual dinner at the Fontaine-
bleau Hotel.
Guest speaker at the event will
be Dr. Velvel Greene, a leading
authority on space microbiology
on the faculty of the University of
Minnesota.
Dr. Greene has been active in
the nation's space program and is
a pioneer in the developing field
of microbiology of space explora-
tion.
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yet so
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Dr Arzl is the author ol Tal
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the Jubilee Volumes published in
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Suicide Among Students
1- .,. Stcinbaun I and
-pc ak on Suicide
Students The Cause and
.....thi Yn r irum
eeting Saturday i vening .it Beth
:: 4144 ilia-. \V
Hebrew Students
Consecrated At
Friday Services
( One hundred twent) fi ,. k.,
. nmg Hebrew School students u,n
participate in the Minna) P "l
tion exercises of the Bell "w
Harold Wolk Religious s ,0. Z
be held Friday evening \. p
ident and chairman of th lardnf
education is Saul Sehn
Dr. Max A. Lipschit/ spiritual
leader of Beth Torah
the consecrants and e., -\\ifon
will receive a certifies
cration. distributed by
president .Joseph Goldi
Schrei'icr. Mrs. Edward \
terhood vice president. ., Milton
llornstein, executi\.
dent.
The student* will ]
tata entitled. "Torah,
Hi ritage," prepared
members Mrs. Mirl
Mrs Manual Bergman M
l/hack and M i > M
der the direction of M
MacKenzie.
i antor Jacob R< z<
the bene lictlon and
Gittelson, educal
uill coordinate thi | I
Vbigail Schreiber, pi
student congregation
i is School, will chs
dents with continuali
Jewish studies.
In honor of the cerei
studenU will presenl a
books on Israel and J< .
the Sam Schorr Ifemoria
at the synagogue.
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JFCS Women's Committee Schedules
Seventh Annual Membership Luncheon
IS
lv '
- Committee ol Jew
\ ., 'Iv Wren's Service
seventh annual mem-
cheon at noon Wednes-
i 31, at the W'estview Coun-
Miv Kugene R Katz is
S >me 80 new members
u'ek imed
ita C.reene. urban af-
: r the Miami Herald.
iver n address on "Urban-
\ Threat to Family Life."
Herald fnr 12 years.
per has specialized in gov-
..:! '.he problems of the
Winner of public service
for depth Investigating
i| these matter-, the
nored as a Medill
\ irthwestern Univer-
she iust completed a
I.iii' Members
Honored At Tea
Sis! i tod of Temple
I El will hold its annual mid-
u lea ". moring life members
- la 1 p.m. in the ball-
temple. Mrs. Leonard
on president.

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[I be a show entitled
foi Fashion," by Jordan
Irving Lehrman. spiritual
Congregation, will
members of Sister-
vati ins tor the tea may be
the '.empie office.
Pen Women Display Art
pi
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All ,
W
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. 1 pieoas of sculpture and
- n > longer than 18 inches
he frame, will be shown
line's Dadeland Art Cove by
af-Gables Branch, National
of American Pen Women.
ced undeF S100, the disnlay
- on view from Jan. 20 to
year of s'edy of urban affairs
The Women's Committee is an
auxiliary group of Jewish Family
and Children''; Service, assisting
the Bgencj in its programs, inform
ing the community about the serv-
ices of the agency, working on
special projects such as the Croup
Treatment Home, and providing
volunteei assistance.
Serving on luncheon committees
are: ArrangementsMrs. Edward
GaUer, Mrs .lames Cohen. Mrs.
Charles Goldstein; PublicityMrs.
Edward Cantor. Mrs. Max Brown.
Mrs Si I aurence. Mrs Daniel
Dubbin. Mrs, Stanley F.rsoft; Host
ess Mrs I igene H Katz, Mrs,
B, B Goldstein; TelephoneMrs
Sam A G il Mem. Mrs. Alfred
Swiren. Mrs Leonard Beldner. Mrs,
Emanui I Pcllack, Mrs Harold
Hand. Mr- Henry Norton, Mrs.
Maxwell Weisblatt.
Othei e members are
Mr- Arthur Apple. Mrs. David
CaUman, Mrs Bernard Konefsky,
Mrs. Arnold Stern. Mrs David
Phillips. Mrs. Albert A Green, Mrs.
David Fleeman, Mrs. David Hoch-
berg, Mi> Stanley Gilbert, Mrs.
; Charles G ildman, Mrs. carl Gold-
: man. Mrs Max Millard. Mrs Burg-
hard Steiner. Mrs Morris Kasdin.
Mrs Reien Ro-enthal, Mrs. David
[Kirs*
JFCS is Miami s oldest social
welfare agency and offers the com-
munity individual, marital and
parent-child counseling, foster
Care adoption, services to unwed
parents, counseling for the senior
c:!;zen and information and refer
ral services.
JFCS is a member agency of the
? United Fund and Creater Miami
Jewish Federation, li-is also affili-
ated with the Ofcild Welfare League
of America., the Family Service
Association of America and the
Welfare Planning Council of Dade
County.
Mrs. Julius Rosenberg icer.ter) is signing up two new bene-
factors at the Federation of Jewish Women's Initial Gifts
workers meeting. The new members are Mrs. A. L. Cassett,
(left) and Mrs. Bernard Abel.
MB Hadassah Units In Luncheon Meets
The I. R. Goodman Group, Mi- day and Mrs. Max Cohen is presi-
ami Beach Chapter of Hadassah. dent.
will meet on Sunday at 11 a.m. at --------
Sambo's, 6900 Collins Ave.. for a
brunch and program. Mrs. Evelyn
Decky is the presiding officer of
the presidium.
Key Posts Filled By
Federation Wcmen
K I >adership posil
Fi rat lor of J.i h V imei u
ii i i at the or in's
[n'tial Gi'ts Work< rs mi el ..
Mi SI e: M. Schwartz, I
n an,
i. r at thi
I bj Mrs. Jac) Irs.
Blan!; and Mrs I
Col. Avraham Mendler of the 1-
Tank Corps.
Mrs. Julius Rosenberg v.j- ap-
Kvnted chairman ol the Wome
Division Benefactors, a group com
nri;ei of women who contribute
SI,COO or more to the local Com-
bined Jewish Appeal campa:-
Other chairmen in the Division ai
Mrs. Aaron Farr. chairman of in-
itial gifts, and Mrs. Ablin, chair-
man of special gifts.
Mrs. A. L. Glickman has be-:1.
named chairman of "Fashion
Plate "68" an initial gifts luncheon
Chairman of the program
Fashion Plate '68" is Mrs. A.
Herbert Mathes.
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The Heril Group will hold its
regular luncheon meeting Monday
noon, at the Algiers Hotel. The
new film, "Upward Road." will be
bun Mrs Milton Weinberg is
president of the group.
The Henrietta Siold Group will
I hold an eye bank luncheon party
I Monday noon at the Algiers Hotel.
Mrs. Sol dreenberg is pre-ident of
the group.
The Southgare Group was to
' hold its eye bank and blue box
| party and luncheon at the Algiers
Hotel Thursday at noon. Program
' was to include a book review by
: Mrs. Fred Abrams of Joey Bish-
! ops book "The Borsht Belt." Mrs.
Henrv Schwartz is chairman of the
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Friday, January
. ^^fboitt Jr cop/e and /laces
AUNT JENNIE IS PROUD
Aunt Jennie i- married to Sam Levine in
March 1966 was one ol the Senior Citizens
"happily ever after" stories. Now she has some-
else to be excited about. Aunt Jennie is social
director at the Delmonico Hotel. At the age ol
85 she makes the guests whose home is at the
hotel feel that they are included in all of the
act vities going on, She has just received word
th;.t her grandson, Charles Ory, son of Man-in
and Km her Ory of Dallas. Texas, has been in-
cluded in "Whos Who In American Colleges and
l i irersities. He was one of the 34 seniors at
i.e >rge Washington University to be selected for
the book
A DREAM BOAT
That expression is certainly not the latest
but it describes Cary Grant exactly. He really is
a dream, charming and ageless. He had dinner
with Paula and Harry Singer in then hotel, the
Hi.ton Plaza. The Singers also had as guests
Joel Gray and his wife and two children. Joel
IS esting before he goes into rehearsal ,or his
new play. He play.- the part of George M. Cohan
A FAMILY AFFAIR
That's exacth v.hat ii was. family alLll,
when Sol and Goldie Goldstein and Jules and
Zelda ( banning entertained at dinner at Nick
and Arthurs in honor of the recent marriage ol
Mj rcie and chuck (Jans Decorations were in red
and white with love birds and a congratulation
cake. I he bride and groom were toasted and it
was a pleasant evening, The quests were Mr and
Mrs. Sidney Gans, parent- of the groom, Mr. and
Alls. U'onard Abess, parents of the bride .Mi-
ami Mrs Hal Gaffin and Joel Channing. children
ol the Chapnuigs, Mr. and Mrs. Elliot Denner and
Steve Goldstein, children of the Goldsteins Mr
am: .Mrs. John Shapiro, children of the Gans
and the Ellis children ol the Abesses. You can
clip this out for a family tree They certainly
aim t bring in a ringer
SOME BEAUTIFUL PEOPLE
Far be it from me to he different. If even
columnist calls them beautiful then I will too
The beautiiul people were the ones who were in
Nassau a couple of week ends aso. The New
Y< ,r weekend at the new Paradise Island was
fun with lots oi gay canines on Marilyn and
Harry_ Smith were there. Marilyn is one of the
beautiful ones. She lost ten dollars in three
minutes and that was that. From what I know
about casinos I doubt if they will be putt,,,.
out the red carpet for her return, llene and San,
Race Relations
I PTA Subject
"Progress In Racial Relations in
Greater Miami" will be the subject
for a panel discussion at a meeting
ol th( Dade County Council PTA
on Wednesday a< 10 a.m. at Wil-
liam lennings Bryan Elementary
School,
Among panelists will be Mrs
Eleanor Upton, executive secre-
i rj ol the .Miami Chapter. Ameri-
can Jewish Committee; Jack D
Gordon, school board member who
recently attended a national con-
ference on race relations; Mrs
Dorothy W. Adside, principal of
Douglas Elementary and a partici-
pant in the Bank Sreet College of
Education in Neu York;
Also Edward Graf ton. architect
who has served as a member of
the Quality Education Committee;
Robert H. Simms, member of the
biracial committee at Miami Edi-
son Senior High as well as the
Community Relations Board of
Dade County: Mrs. C R. Touzet. '
international relations chairman.
Dade County Council of PTA. and
Harvey Wallace, organizer for
Youth Industries. Inc.
Program chairman and moder-
ator for the panel will be William
B. Duncan, principal of Miami Edi-
son Senior High, who has served
as a visiting faculty member at
the Bank Street College of Educa-
lion.
88 Luncheon is Annual
The North Shore Chapter Bna.
B nth Women will hold its annual
luncheon and entertainment on
Wednesday at noon in the Eden
Hoc Hotel. Mrs. Eddie Neumark is
president; Mrs. Ira Youngentob is
Juncheoii chairman.
I.uby .]: were there. Sookie and Nat Williams
resting from the,,- -hk wedding and getting
prepared to go to the wedding Of their other son
next week The one who was married was Herhic.
the one to be married is Gibbey. Ray and Daw
Glaser, Blanche and Joe Nevei. Edna and Sam
Meiselman, Gladys and Harry Teplit/. Val and
Mort Silberman, Carolee and Jack Martle) and
Jill and Stanley Arkin.
TWO GREAT HAPPENINGS
due was the kickofi brunch for the Combined
Jewish Appeal Campaign that was given at the
Impciial House by Mr>. lack Ablin, Mis Sam
Blank and Mrs. Carl Weinkle. The food was
heavenly. The eating food was ^.iod but the
mental food was good too.
Esther -Mr-. Stanle> Schwartz i- th.- yea -
chairman The room *:.. i with VM.P.'s
Just about eight i There was only one I
wasn't crazy about H nej Mrs Al Glickman
says "Love me lovi g I love Honey but
not that little bit ol fluff i an i d Rubiosa
was at the end of string. :
off.
The other ha "V- vnni-
versarj- partj of Gn ati i M s I
( ouncil of Jewish Women at 11 \
It as a "Rainbow Revue a kaleid
Counci Hist .rj VII ..- of aw,
given, Com
out in drove- Two hundred had lurned
away because there w< i seats I, fi |- served
them right bee. didn't n aki i -, ..,
tions Horn anyon< dare to ask th.
Mortimer Cohen. Mrs Alfred Moss. Mrs
Rodenberg and Mrs. Morton Weml
directoi Mrs Irwin Loman and the eostum.
set designer Mrs Melvyn Greenst, Mrs
Robert Childs the putter togetherer to do anv.
thing like that lor any one but Council It pavs
to be a president sometimes Mn Edwin i;
Oppenheim got to sit next : g nor LeRoi
Collins. From all oi mj experience in Council
including the one. two, three, four five years I
was_a president this was the greatest Carol Mrs
Ar'hur. (ourshon nca,l> lost my mothers urn
breUa. Lucky for Carol, j, tt8s found. She put
it over three seats to bold then,. .Vat trick The
"hole room was decorated with rainbows Over
Cloud which was ban.,,:. 1, ,. ,., ,"
ooo'tnr",3 dUd' 0n,J rot,on '-'"- "d
"" Judge Imna Cypen was watching t all
the time It stayed put
Frances Lehman
Three V Groups
Install Officers
Efraim H Gale, executive direc
tor of the Greater Miami Ymiu
Z 'v ;:":"::',- "-:- -
mree ^ groups next week
A combined installation n| ,he
G0>den Age Friendship Club and
'he Social Senior Club will {aZ
Pce Sunday at 12:30 p.,,,
hip Club will iH.: jack calchmar
President: Howard Fabe ,
imil1;'"- Mrs. Belle Ke.ter ,
Presidents; Mrs. Helen \ettrni,
^retary; Abraham Berri X
urer; Nathan Blugerman, f,; -,
'chart. Max Wishner, Edward
Jacobs,,,,, trustees; Mrs '' '
Aronoft. honorary presT preside,,', S'h<"r Gor,l('"- vice
ClSVte^SnT ^'^
wilt Co"ntv Y.MHA
" 8r3onnr ?icer S2
Ave. 3Pm at 1(ia5> NK4,I,
recording secretary; Xe litIT'
reasurer; Helen sU ,Ucht,r.
Shine secre,ar?nBnd^::! .:':, ^
Mrs. Mcrthe Washton will
host the luncheon in her none
sponsored by the Louis D
; anM6lS^GrOUp of Hadassch
on Monday at noon at the
Fon;aineblc-au Hotel. All pro-
I H^^'^^'^HadasfaS-
Hebrew Uruvetrslty Medical
Center in Jerusalem.
l>an <> T Schedule
A course in social dancine anrt
Startin, Thursday a, 9;30 a m
He dishe ciT',a"Ze in l0W cal
uisnes. Classes are under >u,
-IH-rvision o, ,he Dade"^ '
School Board.
r-v- Bill Kimmt.i
ser-
The six-week course in social
danc,8 will bl.gin Tuesd al
Serbia23 ^^ -
Rep. Dubbin Club Speaker
* the Adlai tST^
"atic Women's Club m ? m'
Bay Terrace AuJ,0,Sa' the
West Ave on Whdlt0"un>. 1250
P-m. Mr".' Ma. E2Say al :
President, and Mrs a?/ 'SQC,ub
'S S ProgimMSa,Armt "^
Newspaperman Leads Off Series
Moshe Slarkman, newspaper- times
man, essayist, author, will speak Dr. Leon Kronish, spiritual
,i -What is 1 ii sore as a Jew''" er of Beth Sholom ami ;
at thi first ol .. -'Ties oi Ihrea dhv : iel Branael, assistant ,.,
cusa fasts under the joint lead the discussions which wjl] r.
auspices ol the Brotherhood and low the speaker's presentat
board ol education o( Temple Beth
Sholom on Sunda) at 1U:30 a m .
at the temple
Mr. Slarkman is a regular con-
tributor to literary and scholarly
publication- issued in Hebrew and
in Yiddish, in the United States.
I-rae! and other countries He lec-
tures : El -'" Hebrew and Yid-
on subjects dealing with the
creators of Yiddish and Hebrew
literature-. Jewish history and
James S. Knopke is Brotherhood
President, Mrs Irving B |
is chairman of the board of edu,
tion. and Jesse Rose il chairman
'I the lecture series
Rabbi's New Book Discussed
The North Dade Chapter ol H a
B nth Women will hold Its ,,.;,.'
meeting Tuesday at 8;30 pni ,,
the Washington Federal. Kabbi
Jewish historians, Jewish current Max Lipachitz, guest speak.
problems and developments in I- discuss his new book. -'The Fail
rael He ha- visited Israel several of a Hassid."

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"i Cantor K' in In Annual Conceit At Ner Tamid
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With ISABEL GROVE
City News Editor
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Pert Alii* G*i*c, daughter of
Mr*. Edyttt H. Gei*r, was the
recipient this week of an award
tor the best essay on "Civic Re-
-ponsibility" in the contest con-
ducted by the Miami Beach Tax-
payers' Association Education
Committee. When informed of
the news. Dr. Sol Licht*r, princi-
pal of Miami Beach High School,
observed that Aliza is following
the tradition established by older
sister Miriam (now studying at
the Hebrew University in .Jeru-
salem) and brother Jonathan
mow at Georgia Tech) who won
similar awards when at the high
school Not to be left out of the
picture, younger brother Aryeh
led the grace at the Hebrew
Academy dinner and sang a solo
with the school choir this tame
k
Lyn Pont is entertaining 30
fi ends a1 a iweel sixteen
ii on Saturdaj in the Em
> the Sheraton Four
i i Hotel/ Daughter t>i
The tenth annual Ner Tamid Sam Cieeniield. Dr Michael llor- Propper. P. RandmanM Raskin,
conceit, which also marks the witz. Moiris Ilinden. Joseph Kahn. M. Reiner, J. Resntck. A.V Kosen-
temples lOih anniversary, wiil be I Harry Jawitt, L. Kaplan. berg, Abe Rasenstein, Murraj V.
presented Saturday evening. Feb. Shaw. Harry Sherman, i' Schlan-
| 10th. in the main sanctuary of the Also David Krause. Barnett l.er- j siivennan m. Singer, I.
I u"h'":, ATa&sz-ss'sasrz *-> < *lnr,""s
Highlighting the program will pjver Fosner P preM( Fred Trosky. M. Wolf. Joseph Zeman
e Cantor Edward Klein in an_____' -----------------------------------------
at the Stroud. England, railroad original cantata. Israel. A Dream
station to participate in the In- Come True." Appearing with him
ternational Festival of the Arts will be the Jewish Chapel Choir of
(She was one of three American West Point, and Dannv and Lisa,
poets chosen in a worldwide com- international singing duo who will
petition for the honor.) The pic- olfer the latest popular music
ture was published on the front f.om Israel,
page of the Bristol. England)
newspaper, the following day. Serving on the committee, head-
ed by D. Dale Regent, chairman, '
The naintinss of local artists and Mrs. Louis Cohen, cochairman, j
Royna Yownoorman, Dolor** N*- arc Lo,lis Suchman, Mrs Joseph
th.n, and Eug*ni Sch.in are on Slbwartz, tickets,
exhibition currently in the lobby Concert committee members in- ,
of the Sheraton Four Ambassa- elude Charles Abramson. Joseph
Albert. Ben Avick, Mrs. Carlton
Blake, Joseph Caplan. Hyman Cle-
in. Morris Cohen. P, DuBc-htcr.
J. Bdwab, Alex Eis. Aaron Eisen-
stein. Herman Frank. Sol Frankel. ,
Mrs. Pauline Friedman. Harry
Glazer, Michael Glazier. Louis
Glickman, Max Glickman, Charles
Goldstein. Howard Cordon. Adolph
Grcenbaum, Mrs Jack Greenberg.
Isabel Grovt
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Pont, the
birthday ijirl is an^honor student
at Coral Gables High. Her dad is
Ihe well known caterer.
r news the family is de-
! withnephew I. M. God-
berg, .in attorney from Charles-
ton. S I was recently appointed
to the office ol Municipal Judge
ll,- wife, the former Sh*r*n Be
bergal, of Charleston, attended
thi i Diversity of Miami here The
couple has ,i daughter, P*ige.
pianists, Martin and Steven
Vann, 17-year-old identical twins,
ear with Leonard Bern-
stein and the New York Philhar
stra in his Young
Peoples Concert of Jan 27. The
i will be taped and shown
itional TV on GB8 March 31
Honor students at Coral Gables
High, the talent.(I young men
have played trombone in the
school band for five years l.o-
dors Hotel.

Hack in circulation alter a stay
of many week* in a New York
hospital, Florence Kupperman
found, on her return, that she has
been included in the 1967 Who's
Who of American Women." Al-
phabetically, she's not too far
from Lady Bird Johnson and
Jacqueline Kennedy!
Bob Hanna, owner of Omar's
Tent, popular Syrian-Lebanese
Resta It ml :i Arthur Godfrej
Rd now has a w ne and beer Ii
i ense i his patrons may enjoy
a < ariety of w ines with Mien
shish kebab
Chandlei Restaurant, a long
time Miami Beach landmark on
21st St. just off Collins Ave., has
reopened under the guidance ol
its former manager, Bill Safian,
who now owns the world renown-
ed dining establishment. Seen
there recently, enjoying a brief
rest from the business of govern-
ment, two of our ablest legislators
savoring the good food. Reps
Murray Dubfcin and Loois Wolf-
son partook of husky sirloin
steaks to gather strength for the
upcoming legislative session.
Also Mr. and Mrs. Harrv Tau-
benfeld, who celebrated their re-
turn to South Florida's superior
climate with a dinner party

Virginia Stemples, sculptress,
will give a program al the nexl
meeting of the Arts Group Mon-
day noon at the home of Sonny
(Mrs. Erwin) Harris, 4821) SW
B2nd St. Other members will also
describe Ihc new works they are
..,1 in President is Mildred
(Mrs. Herman E.) Bogdish

Richard C Milst*in, 1930 Mar-
seilles Dr.. a senior in the Col-
lege of Arts and Sciences at the
Universitj of Miami, has been
tapped for membership In Phi
Kappa Phi, national scholarship
honor society, which recognizes
seniors and upper juniors in the
top five percent of their respec-
tive schools on nomination by
the iaculty.

Ruby Fof*4 (Mr*. J. I. L*vkoff)
spoke on poetry and read from
her book of poems. "Of Apes and
Angels," at a meeting of Alpha
Kappa Delta, national teachers'
sorority, at the home of Mr*. Ruth
Taylor on Jan 13.
Ruby's book continues to win
praising reviews of noted critics
and has gone into its second
printing. A new poem of hers.
"The Shadow," is in the current
issue of The Lyric magazine
Her favorite picture of herself
is now one of those snapped by
WfcVs got tfce
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Friday, Jasusry
t
United Synagogue
W oinon'.s League
End Jubilee i ear
National Women's League of the
'. nited Synagogue oi America, pat-
ent or^anizai.on ol Conservative
Sisterhoods, is bringing its Golden
Jubilee Year to a close this week-
end, with many synagogues in the
r'rea observing Sisterhood Sabbath
on that Friday evenng.
The League, afiiliated with some
00 Sisterhoods, has a members!) p
ci over 200.000.
llUMncj gells Wing
Mrs. Arthur J. Brown. Florida
Branch president of the League,
will attend a dinner in New York
City on Jan. 21 when leaders of
the Jewish Theological Seminary
will pay tribute to the League.
While in New York, she will also
attend a planning meeting for the
28 League branches in the coun-
try.
A leadership training course
which is open to affiliated mem-
bers is being held this month at
Temple Emanu-El. Miami Beach.
Conducted by Mrs. Sol Goldstein,
sessions are scheduled for Jan. 18
;.nd Jan. 25.
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Golden \\ edding
Hermlne and Richard Bergman
celebrated their 50th wedding an-
niversary in two parts, one a
luncheon, the other a dinner. Both
held at the Deauville Hotel, for
the midday affair the Bergmans
played host to their neighbors at
the Terrace Towers: at the evening
festivities they were surrounded by
members of their family.
Here from Quincy. Mass., was
daughter and son-in-law. Dr. and
Mrs. Leo J. Lappin with their two.
Linda and Candace. Son Ralph, Ol
Oak Park, was here with his wife
and two daughters, Robyn and Jan.
Other guests included Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Greenfield, Mr. and Mrs
Ezra Finegold, Mr. and Mrs. Al
Both. Mr. and Mrs. Al Mass. the
Sam Pearlmans. the Julius Shat-
tils, the Sam Zolines. Mrs. Helen
Herz, Mrs. and Mrs. Elmer Kalbas.
Mr. and Mrs Al Kauffman, the
Fred Kahns, Mr and Mrs Max
Klotz and Rabbi Samuel Schwartz,
Smorgasbord Lunch
Plus Fashion Show
The Peshkin Chapter nt Chil-
dren's Asthma Research Institute
and Hosnital will have a smorgas
bord luncheon at the South Pacific
Restaurant. 711 Federal Hwy., in
llallandalc. at noon Thursday
Jan. 25.
The afternoon will feature a
fashion show with music accom-
paniment by Mis. Am, Uolken-
berg. In charge of reservations are
Mrs. Judith Herbert and Mrs
Marge Frank.
Dr. Roth. Bride
Plan To Lite In
Sou- York City
|)r Richard Lee Roth and his
bride, the former Kelcy Volner.
will live in New York where he
is Interning at Lenox Hill Hospital
The couple exchanged vows on
Sunday, Jan. 14. at the Hotel
Pierre, with Dr. Paul M Steinberg,
dean of the Hebrew Union College,
Jewish Institute of Religion, con
ducting the noon ceremonj
v Mrs, Roth is the daughter
ol Mr, and Mrs. Kelsey Volner of
Delhi. N Y. Her bridegroom is the
;on oi Dr. ami Mrs Edward Roth,
Miami Beach.
Given in marriage bj her father,
the bride wore a gow n of white
peau de so:e trimmed with n
embroidered Alencon lace at the
waistline and sleeves it was styled
with a scoop neckline. Empire hod-
ice and Aline skirt ending in a
detachable chapel train A white
peau de soie Dior DOW held the
elbow length French silk illusion
l eii and the bridal bouquel
. -i ,i le oi u hite roses and lil\ ol
iu valley with trailing ivy.
Attendants included I
n. maid oi honor, Mr- Ian
Da\ .'. Volner and Mrs I
William Roth was his
i man, with James R tl
nther brother, anil Ian Da> id Vol-
ner, the bride's brother, a- us
Mrs Roth gradu il
University ol Rhode Island an
tended the Gra lual
Hisl iry at Columbia i
She is present!? a cai I
master's degree in an si ry al
Hunter College She is on t
of the New York and Pan- office
of the National Student As:
tion.
Dr. Roth attended Tulane Uni-
versity and graduated from North-
western University Medical School
Rifkah Minkofi.
Zev Left Plan
Full Wedding
Mi and Mrs Murrav Mil |
Ellenvllle, NY, have annou
the engagement of their dau
Rifkah to Zev Lcff. son of M,
Mrs Paul Loff 0f North \
Beach
>ff of
in-, .|
.ht and
iann
a Kahn
MRS. fRAHK BRAMS0N
Trip To Mexico
lor Bramsom
The Doral Countrv Club was the
setting tor the nuptials uniting the
ei Phyllis Goldfarb and Fi ank
Bramson on Saturday, Jan LI.
Uabbi Sol Landau offi< atcd at the
v *hn:; was follow-
e I bj j n ci plion al I i< i luntry

i s are
. Ifarb,
" I Ml and Mi-
ll I v.-, 6 X Shore Dr
The bridi were
I i Mrs Jackie
rendi
N'i h Mr Bran iolog)
a al the l'i I M ami
Her |
at tin |
member ol imolo
;j Societj He no* a
tcutixe with ai exti
On their ret trip to
Mexii City, the
le uill live .-. v
Hebrew Valedictorian of |i,
brew Academy and Mesi\-. m h
School graduating classe- the
prospective bridegroom is ,w
tending the Rabhinca! ( ',,
Tclshe Yeshiva in Wckliff,
His fiancee is a grad
Bather Schocnfeld High i-
in New York and do*
Teachers Institute of Stern
(or Women and Brookh n I
Grandmothers are Mr- r,|,a
Danowitz of North Miami
and Mrs. Etta Minkoff ol
ville
The couple plans a fall Ut-dding
and will live in Ohio whi Mr,
I-eff will continue hit ral al
studies in the post gradual
oi Telshe Yeshiva.
Mrs. Weil (pins
Tor ah To Sinai
On Her Birthday
During services y. idaj i
Rabbi Ralph p. Kingsley m
cate a Torah Scroll gjven
p Sinai of North Dade I
Adolph Weil.
Some years ago the si i
presented to the Bushwick -h
Center by the late Adolph
was returned to Mr- Wi
the center went out of
recently. Now a member o;
she has mane the gift in : y
nf her brother-in-law Juli
ii Mrs Grottian
el with Sinai.
The occasion will also ma
'Veil's 86th birthda>. whi
on Jan. 12.
Services will be held a
ington Federal, 699 NE lb-:
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MISS BFVMir ALTSHUUM
Beverly Altshuler
And Bruce Miller
Plan To Marry
Mr. and -Mr?. Jack Altshulcr of
Miami announce the engagement
-: iheir daughter. Beverly, to Bruce
Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Na-
I ^an Goldman of Flushinj:, NY.
The bnde-elect is a graduate of
' ami Senior High, whore she was
member of C'iv:nette-i and vice
- Ii 'it of Milk! B nai B'rith
rl She i- a business education
ajor at the University of Miami
ill graduate with a degree
June
Mr UiUer is a graduate of Ja
. Huh School of New York
- presently a finance major a!
(.'Diversity ol Miami and a
] of 1)c-11a Si ;ma Pi, profe*
mal bttrinesi fraternity. He will
. mate in Aui:u>t with a baehe-
r of business administration de-
in finance.
\-\ Aiian-1 wedding is planned
Ewald Ziffers
Announce TonVs
Engagement
Mr. uno .1..-.. Ewald Otter, 2M*
ffE 199th St., have announced the
engagement ot their daughter, Toni
Frances, ,o Kenneth Joel Green,
on ol .\ir and Kirs. Norman 1.
Green, jbu s outi Ave.
The future bride la a graduate of
Nona toiaaii Senior High, spent a
>var in lsiaci and then attended
i.a.m i^..e Junior College. Her
tince a j.vaaua.e of Coral Ga
o.ts ociuor hiih. attended M.ami-
Da ie Jui.io;- (.(.Keg,' and Is now
Serving in the Armed Kore. -
The louple will be married on
March 16.h at Beth Toiah Con
.relation.
The father of the bride elect is
mnudiate past president of Beth
Toraii. and the father of the pros
pective bridegroom has served as
Mizrachi Women's Conference Here
Have Mrs. Resnikoff As Guest
MISS MtMt.ltt WIINMAN
MISS TON/ llfftR
vice president of Temple Beth Am
and as chairman of its educational
committee.
Merrilee Weinman
To Be Wed In July
Mr. a.ld Mrs. Maurice Weinman
of 53!) W. 49th St.. are announcing
the engagement and tuture wed-
ding of th'.'ir daughter Merrilee to
Marvin Fellman.
The bride elect will graduate
from Miami Beach High in June
.'iid plans to attend Mt. Sinai
School of Nursing.
The prospective bridegroom is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
fellman, 1135 8th St. Having com-
pleted three years service in the
I S Army, he is presently enrolled
in Miami-Dade Junior College
A July wedding is planned.
Mis. Ely Resnikoff of Brooklyn.
NY., honorary national president,
Mizrachi Woincn"s Organization of
America, will be guest of honor at
the forthcoming annual conference
jf Mizrachi Women. The Fontaine
bleau Hotel will be the scene of
the two-day gathering Jan. 28 and
Ian. 29. according to Mrs. Alfred
Stone, coordinator for Florida Miz-
rachi Women.
Mrs. Resnikoff recently returned
from an extensive tour of Israel
where she inspected the schools
and children's villages maintained
there by Mizrachi Women for more
than 5.000 children. She will bring
a report of the conditions and the
outlook there following the Six-Dav
War.
The eight local chapters of the
42-year-old organization, which na-
tionally numbers more than 50.000
women, will host the conference
which will conclude with a gala
luncheon.
Serving on the arrangements
'The Grandeur of Israel'
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. spir
itual leader of Temple Menorah
will deliver a talk on "The Gran
deur of Israel" at the 2 p.m. Tues
day meeting of Chug Ivri. Hebrew
speaking group, to be held at the
temple.

committee are Mesdames Mad
Acklesberg. Sara Burkan, Minn;
Benson. Isaac Berlin. Hyman Kol
ko. Sylvia Meyers, Shirley Levy
Max Newberger, Leo Paul, Emm.-
Ratner, Sam Reiman, Morris So
kol. Joseph Sussman. Charles Turk
Solomon Trachtenberg. Herm;i'
Shaw. Ida Wessell, Cele Yuloff.
Bible Class in Yiddish
A Bible class in Yiddish nvcts
every Saturday morning at 10:30
at !HX) 6th St. Louis Lasavin, edu-
cator and author, is the instructor.
Sunnie Gozanskv To Be ball Bride
Doctors To Talk
< hi Jewish Health
I'll' Mollie KahaiUT Sisterhood
i Torah Congregation will
ive a regular meeting Wednes
. evening i:i the Social Hall.
program will feature "The
i Jewish LivingA Healthy
I. A Healthy Soul. A Healthy
riy Dr. Max A Lipschitz will
! rve as moderator for a panel
i n>:-t;ng of Dr. Joel Dennis.
pedk -uigeon, Dr. Elaine
i i i. psychiatrist, and Louis
I rnstein, Jewish Family and Chil-
- Services staff member.
V- Max Rothenberg is chair-
i the event. Mrs. George
i ::uin is Sisterhood president
]
Mr- William Gozjnsky. 4500
SW H7th Ave.. announces the en-
gagement of her daughter. Sunnie
Merle, to George A Silverman. son
of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Silverman of
Brooklir.e. Mass
The bride-elect is also the daugh-
ter of the late Mr Gozansky of
Chicago.
The wedding w.ll take place in
September.
THE SISTERHOOD of Temple
Adath Yeshurun. North Miami
Beach, will hold a White Elephant
Sale at 8 p.m. Wednesday.
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Academy Honors
Mrs. Spector On
Her \cir Hook
Shostaannah Spector, Hebrew
teacher on the statf of the Hebrew
Academy of Greater Miami, will
be honored litest at the school on
Thursday evening, Jan. 25. She
will be feted on the publication of
her new book for children, "The
Seder That Almost Wasn't."
Jennie Grossinger is serving as
honorary cliairrr.un of the evening
and autographed copies ot the book
will be available.
The program will include a book
review by Mrs. Edyth H. Geiser,
legional director of the American
Friends of the Hebrew University.
Guests will include Rabbi Alex-
ander Gross, principal of the He-
brew Academy; Louis Schwartz-
man of the Bureau of Jewish
Education: Rabbi Shimon Azulay,
president of Hebrew Teachers Al-
liance, and Moe Levine, president
of Histadrut.
Israeli born. Mrs, Spector taught
Hebrew in New York City and
spends her summers teaching He-
brew courses at Grossingers. She
has written a number of Hebrew
plays and stories for her students
and is also the author .if "Hebrew
i -'." i basic Hebrew Ian-
texl and guide to Israel, and
"My Jewish Kitchen." a collection
ol recipes from Israel and other
lands.
SHOSHANNAH SPECTOR
Cage of Tigers At Circus
Charly Baumann, who presides
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9:lmit'-ntr!dlir*r_
Dinner Marks
New Quarters,
>ew Officers
The filth annual dinner of the
Ohev Shalom Congregation Sun
day. Feb. 11. at the Fontainebleau
Hotel, will mark the congregations
recent move to new quarters at
7011 Bonita Dr. The affair is slated
to begin at 6:30 p.m.
The move was the culmination
of seven years of effort led by
Rabbi Phineas A. Weberman to
find a place which could accommo-
date the rapidly expanding mem-
bership of the congregation. The
cornerstone was laid in December
of 1966 and officially opened in
September of 1967.
The dinner will also sen.
introduce the new slate of officers
for 1968 beaded by Louis Makov-
sky, president: Philip Low, Charles
Pracger and Sam Rosenman. vice
presidents
Mrs. Fannie Sklar head- the Sis
terh tod. assisted b> vice presi
lents Mrs Jetta B Mrs
, F Ben i ;'- lenl of
!he Men's Cl ib is Samuel Horvitz
Gillman
i rman for
i ird V nsl
.. Re'
r" lay, ] | ^68

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LeRov (.oilins
o Launch Drive
For ( ,S. Senate
Former Governor LeRoy Collins
officially launch his campaign
for the United States Senate with
a kick-off rally at the Dupont
Plaza Hotel on Thursday, Jan. 25.
at 8:15 p.m.
Mr Cnlhns made clear his in
tent ion ol running for the Senate
two years ago. His talk to the
Miami audience will clearly set out
his position on state and national
issues He is expected to cover a
broad rangi ol subjects that will
become part of his campaign for
the l S Si nate.
tours MAKOvsxr
AJCong. Agenda
"The Urban CoalitionIs This
the Solution to Violence in the
City?" will be the topic discussed
by August II Vanden Bosche, e*
ecutive director. Florida Council
mi Human Relations, at an open
meeting of the Justine Chapter.
Florida A'omi n's Dn ision, Amer-
ican Jewish Congress, winch was
to be held Thursday at the home
,,i Mrs Etta Westin, 1021 W 46th
SI
\ ;eport on the I. >uise \\ I
man H ise Youth Hot I in .'
i bj iK'
Ul. will tx
by Mr- Irxinj; B K
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Shovin To Head
Key Committees

In State Senate
State Senator Robert I,. Sr.evin
of Miami has been named chair
man of the Joint Legislative In
terim Committee on Crime and
Law Enforcement, and chairman
of the Joint Interim Stud) Com-
mittee on Urban Affairs.
He also serves as cochairr. in of
the Interim Committee on Con-
sumer Protection, and as a mem-
ber of the Florida Commission for
Tax Reform, and the Interim Com
mittee on Local Government Effi-
ciency.
All of these committees are
charged with the responsibility of
developing major program s in
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9> ,fcM it It fl-r/ridttor
Friday. J-n
So'
Robert Orshin
Robei' :. Mi M -
Stanley Orshan, 77:.. -
will become Bar M /
I'll- Or Olom -. '
Jan 20
The celebrant Is a irade
il idenl al Wi si M in or High
lie plays trumpet and wa a mem-
ber of the All Star Bas' etball I
ol the Southwest Youth Activities
Association and an all star base-
ball player with the Khoury
League at Tropical Park.
Mr. and Mrs. Orshan will host
the Oneg Shabbat following the
Friday night services and the Kid-
dush following the Saturday cere-
mony.
Larry Backer
Larry, son of Mr. and Mrs
Andres Backer, will become Bar
Mitzvah on Saturday, Jan 20. at
Temple Emanu-El.
Larry is in the seventh grade at
Ida M. Fisher Junior High and
plays clarinet in the band. He has
won the American Legion Award.
The celebrant will be honored at
a Kiddush following the service.
Mrs. Rosa Backer. Larry s grand-
mother, will attend.
* *
Faith Lapidus
Faith llona. daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Philip Lapidus of 25 NE 124ih
St., will become Bas Mitzvah at
Temple Tiferoth Israel on Friday-
evening. Jan 19.
Faith is an eighth grade honor
roll student of North Miami Junior
High. She studies music, art, drama
and voice.
The Oneg Shabbat will be given
by Mr. and Mrs. Philip Lapidus fol-
lowing the ceremony.
4/;/ T'ah
.-. .
Ds'!J Plart
David M Mrs Mu
:
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: a si I
will be a member
tion class f 1969
Mr and 'nsor
the Oi bal in his honor At-
tending ivill be Da\ andpar
Mr. and Mrs Leo Kirschen.
Jeffrey Weiss
Services at Beth Da* d Coi
gation on Saturday, Jan 20, will
include 'he !..ir Mitzvah of Jeffrey
Mark Weiss.
The celebrant is the -on of Mr
and Mrs Sherburl S Hi iss 7300
Lenny Craven
On Saturday morning. Jan. 20.
Lonny, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ber-
tram Craven, 8250 S\V 13th Ter..
will be Bar Mitzvah at Temple Or
Olom.
Lonny is a seventh grade student
at West Miami Junior High and
plays the electric guitar.
The celebrant will be honored
at the Oneg Shabbat Friday eve-
ning and at a reception Saturdav
evening at the Shelborne Hotel. "
, Grandfather of the Bar Mitzvah.
Max Craven of Philadelphia, will
b< here for the occasion.
Ok fA
Steven Zimmerman Jeiliey Weiss
SW 135th Ter. and grandson of
the late Rose F. Weiss Grand
parents Mr. and Mrs. Gus Coplan
will be here for the celebration.
Jeffrey is an eighth grade honor
student at Palmetto Junior High
and is a member of the science
and chess clubs at school.
Mr. and Mrs. Weiss will host a
luncheon in their home following
the ceremony, and a reception and
dinner in the evening at the Du-
pont Plaza Motel.
T

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\\ orknien's Cirele
January Events
Brnach 699
held a benefit
the upkeep of its l >
Mrs Sarah Weinei
1 '- resen ations.
I I Women s Cluo of Branch 692
having it; ann
iy. Jan 21 at 6 p al its
Lyceum. 25 Washingl in Av Mrs.
Sarah Gold .- in chai ge ol rest rva
tions.
Club Everglades, Branch 1050,
English speaking group, will have
a nighl of dancing and a floor
show- on Saturday. Jan. 27 at 9:30
P.m.. ,n the Larillon Hotel Mi
Ruth Schuldiner and Mrs. Evelyn
Weiner are in charge ot reserva-
tions.
Jeffrey Brant
Jeffrey, son of Mr. and Mrs
Harvey Brant of 9020 SW 56th
Ter., will be called to the Torah as
a Bar Mitzvah during morning
services Saturday. Jan. 20th, at
Temple Zion.
Jeffrey is a seventh grade pupil
*' Glades Junior High, has been
Steven Zimmerman
Saturday morning services at
Temp.e Sinai on Jan. 20. to be
held at Washington Federal. 699
NE 167th St., will include the Bar
Mitzvah of Steven. ,on of Mr. and
Mrs. Howard Zimmerman.
mt'SS^wv the SeVenlh rad*
at John F. Kennedy Junior High
and in the temple religious school.
While a resident of Dayton, O the
celebrant swam in A.A.U. conte-
ntion with the Y.M.C.A.. and also
won an inter-city Jewish Bible con-
test. Last year he won an all
around camper award at Camp
Simcha and he plays Little League
baseball
Among guests at the Bar Mitz-
vah will be Steven's grandmother
Mrs. Bertha Kamenshiue of North
-Miami Beach.
Sisterhood Taps New Officers
The newlj elected slate of Con-
'''-'""' Beth Tfilah Sisterhood
was installed Sundav at Wald-
mans Hotel. Miami Beach Council-
man Norman Ciment conducted
the ceremony at the luncheon, and
Mrs. Joseph E. Rackovsky deliv-
ered the invocation
Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky pre-
sented a musjcal program al the
211311
Officers bring seated included
Mrs So Greenb-rg. pres denl for
^ th.rd term: Mrs Hannah Fried-
man. Mrs Mae Kratish. Mrs.
Latlcmd Mrs Paul p Weiss m .
Louis Zahler. vice presidents; M,.
''* u>sser. Mrs. Gussie 2
"'an, treasurers; Mrs vk-i.
retaries; Mrs R>ckovsky. chaplain.
MIRACLE M63 St.
Mitchell frieiman Larry Backer
playing the organ for the past six
years, and is a member of the
Dantes Devils Band.
Mr. and Mrs. Brant will host the
Kiddush following the services.
and a dinner reception at the
YMHA Saturday evening in honor
of the celebrant
Attending from out-of-town will
be Jeffrey's grandfather, Abe New-
man. J?

Mitchell Friedman a -
Mitchell Brian, son of Mr* and
Mrs. Abraham Friedman, will he-
*m Bar Mitzvah Saturdav. Jan
, at Temple Emanu-El
Mitchell is in the eighth ,
Horace Mann Junior High and
plays tro.nbone in the band
The celebrant wilUra-honored al
a Kiddush following the -
ng at the Algiers Hot.
Mitchell's grandparents, Mr.and
-VIis. Abe Rosner and Mr. and Mrs
Post Speaker
To Be Ferdie
Ainslee R. Ferdie. national ex-
ecutive committeeman of the Jew
,a, ar.,Mterans- ^"theastern
fII'h' W'"okddress ,ht' V*0' B.
tv !, ?Kan &8L f Broward <-'
,ty at the Pfrtf National Bank of
Hollywood Thursday evening
: JSSS Ferdi^' discuss the con
, vocation ,n ael to be held the
iiewUhT LFebruary in *hich
Jewish Var Veteran leaders will
make a first-hand inspection of the
defense needs of Israel and will
Pepartmenl-C^nmanders IS*
?" lh?8Ki Gftles H KJ
Lawyers Sedan of the liter
Assoc
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Governors
MIKE
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,sga,jj:iaa lawrence
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THE GRADUATE
DUSTIN HOFFMAN
COlOR
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presents
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W';h '" *" P'o'ion,l ,,h
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MORNING STAR
By ZALMAN SHAZAR
an Shazar, the current and yontl 1JK)6 has entombed manv im-
Women\s Division
To Hear Hebrew
University Reports
Latest report on the American
Friends of the Hebrew University
and from the Jerusalem campus
will be presented to the Greater
Miami Women's Division at a cof-
fee to be held in the home of Mrs
I resident of the State of Is
. :- a former journalist and
Hebrew scholar; a Zionist
- ;il in Russia at the beginn-
Ihe century; ani Minister
ation ;: the Israeli cabinet
Gurion.
(>. vignettes of hi*
now been trans-
i .'.;}] and publishe I
Jew sH Pcbl:cat:cn Society
MORNING STAR
1. l hi vignettes must be
the lisl ot recenl impor-
(Kir
i ..ii Jewish
"i tlii- Ii i
i ["oday all J
n support ol tin- pe
. lo >. .. -i;.n *
portant observations that .-hould
have been pre cr\ed for history
Ve hope that th;s loss will not be
repeated and therefore appeal to
President Shazar. Emanuel Neu-
mann a-id other giants ol Zionism
to devote their remaining years to
: i their recollections and
lit that succediftg genera-
'!- wi o will .-o. have the pri
South Florida ZOA To Sponsor
Musical Comedy Theatre Party
The South Florida Districts of 770 Arthur Godfrey Rd.. Miami
the Zionist Organization of Amer- Beach.
ica will sponsor a theatre party Ben Ciller, chairman of the
for the opening night on Tuesday, presidents' council of the South
Jan 30. of "Dr. O'Hara. It's Your Florida ZOA districts, announced
Mother. Mrs. Horowitz Calling." a that all proceeds of the opening
musical comedy starring Jackie night benefit performance would Leon Kronish Thursday morning.
Mason and an all Broadway cast.
The performance will begin at
8:30 p.m. at the Roosevelt Theatre.
Mrs. Cohen Cited
At Beth David
Sisterhood Fete
Beth David Sisterhood is holding
it.-, annual luncheon and fashion
be earmarked for Israel youth
work projects of the ZOA.
The show will be followed by a
champagne reception where the
Lirst (lighters will have the oppor-
tunity of meeting Jackie Mason
and the cast.
Abraham A. Crunhut. president
of the Miami Beach Zionist Dis-
trict, has been named chairman of
Jan. 25.
Officers, board members and
paid up members will hear the
plans for the redevelopment of the
Mount Scopus campus of the He-
brew University including a report
by Mrs. David Klein on the Harry
S Truman International Center for
Peace. The projected Martin Buber
Center will be discussed by Mrs
the theatre party. Cochairmen of j Samuel Simonhoff. past president,
the evening are Ezra Finegold.
;;; rabbinate at
i nturj .- usually
>\\
nc
i e
i- "Protest Rabblner
ir opposition to the
- ni Tlii' orth I k
fied as the avant garde of
- -it because ol EU
ischi r and Mohilevi r
paints, with delicacy anil
I >. the battle.-, physical and
ti.it i aged between the
al i lders and the young
i These rebellious youth
in socialism and secular
a release fro.n the in-
dual tyranny which enforced
r.ientrated study of the Tal-
and made digressions into
lar subjects tantamount to
ly. In President Shaiar's book
(inceptions of the manner of
nowrng then will, at ^[">w Wedne. day noon inspector Max Parness, Sam J. Perry, Sidney
:. ive acce^ to their s' ir e
w i I his these men
ry
tii f t.v i sidenl
' I tne i arm
is I a< or thi
ol tin h si ii ical and
iinliibution-.
Fans K\w More
Comfv At Hialeah
! i.eah Park, which opened tor
its 41st season on Wednesday, is
ing .. i c\er before. Pans
con lo table than ever
in Hialeah's 19.000-seat stands The
lining mom has been
Hall The atfair. marking the con-
rogation's 55th anniversary, will
cite Mrs Is dore Cohen, founder
presidi nt ol S sterhood, and hon-
1 irj :. member.
Chairman ol the day is Mrs
ai lei Rosi nbei i ommittee in-
cludes Mrs Richard Bailey, club
m a-s reporter; decorations, Mrs
Philip Medvin and Mr- Theodore
Goldstein; hosl sses Mrs Morton
Weinberger; models, Mrs Marvin
Gillman: projects, Mrs Burton
Levey; seating, Mrs Sam Badanes;
invitations and program, Mrs, Hen-
ry Hole- and Mrs. George Soule;
reservations, Mrs .lack Greene;
patrons and sponsors, Mrs Albert
Dubbin; overall arrangements,
eled a d glass-enclosed for ^yuJ_Ff ?*_tab,e gifts'
the 1968 season, making it easier
to w atch the rac -
Hialeah, already a by-word with
regular Florida race goers, is also
initiating a Paddo.k Club this sea-
son tor lirst timers and occasional
visitors. An informative insight
into ih. "Sport of Kings" will be
provided by trainers, jockeys and
other racing personalities, plus the
apptarance of a horse. Also, the
Mrs. Morris Kabinowitz.
The invocation will be given by
Mr- Sydney Weintraub and the
program will be a candlelighting
ceremony written by Mrs. Morton
Weinberger.

liaymond. Isaac Poiien. Rabbi
Henry A Schorr and M William
Smith Irving Pietrack, a v ce pres-
ident ol ihe Miami Beach Z
District, has been appointed ticket
i. i rman for all the distr I '!"
tickets are en sale at the '" n
Theatre bo\ oifice and mail orders
ma) be sent to the ZOA offi i
Bank Group Notes
Kecord Increases
The Peoples Group of National
Hank, serving North Dade County
scored a record increase of S15.-
206.031 in total resources during
1S.67.
Year end figures reflecting B
rise of 20.58 percent in combined
balance sheets of the six member
hanks were announced this week
by Roland M. Stafford, president
Of the Peoples National Bank of
Commerce The bank serves as
comptroller for the group.
and Mrs Emma Rattner. record
ing secretary, will discuss dormi-
tory plans
. ol ei l in Americans i r
re ca ripus ol the Hebrew Univer
A'ill I lesi ribed by Mrs. Ida
R Philip K Thau
- wi'.l be given by com
lice airmen including Mrs
r ii fame! >chlag w omen of the
book vice president; Mrs. Harr>
Platofi, m< mb irship vice presi
Mr Miriam Press, shelves
ii i Mrs. Oida C Rubin, scholar-
,li p program
"Michel, Michel" by Robert
I ewis will be reviewed by Mrs.
Edyth II. Geiger, regional director
0l the Friends. Presiding at tin
meeting will be Mrs. Carrie Rosen
president
Rabbi Max Shapiro will discuss
"Crackpots in America" at the
Beth Kodesh Congregation Sister
hood luncheon on Wednesday at
noon. Mrs. Jack Stone is Sister-
hood president

\ucabulaiy peculiar to horse rac-
n the "shtetl," the role of the jng ujh Dc explained. Each racing
idim and the Mitnagdim. and day, the Paddock Club will con-
ides of many Orthodox rabbis WD '" ^e paddock on the south
side of the Sidewalk Cafe at 11:45
am and adjourn about a hall hour
later after a question and answer
session.
|rd the Hovevi Zion are cor-
failure of Shmaryahu Levin
nntinue his autobiography be-
Post time i* 1:15 p.m. daily.
xbbinical *JeU
evistcn
v.
roqratns
Jan. 21 Ch. 10, 9:30 a.m. The Jewish Worship Hour.
Host: Rabbi Sol Landau. Beth David Congregation.
Jan. il Ch. 7, 10 a.m. The Still Small Voice.
Host: Rabbi Jonah Caplan. Sky Lake Synagogue.
Guest: Dr. Abraham I. Katsh, president, Dropsie
College, Philadelphia.
Jan. 23 Ch. 2, 9:30-10:30 p.m. Man to Man.
Topic: Theology vs. Superstition.
Moderator. Rev. Luther C. Pierce.
Participants: Rabbi Herbert Baumgard. Temple Beth
Am; Rev. Neil Wyrick: Rev. David Russell.
Bishop's representative. The Voice.
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19. 1968
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LEGAL NOTICE
thai
I'l'V
ICE OF APPLICATION
Fr,l TAX DEED
107U Acts of 1841
File NO. 67-A-716
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\ IIOSKI hi Ider of .
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Bill daj i f May. A 11
i naina In niy offlca,
ilc aopllcatlo/n for a lax
. i---ii- l thereon. Said Ccr-
,,,,1.1.,..-. the following de-
L.i property III th- Counts
: da. to-wit:
Hli.rk :>. Lincoln I'nrk.
. >; Pan 13 In the City
-u-iiy of Pad*, Btal
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l.i This dead will !>
u>j<"t m all other out-
l- delintyaent County taxea
... roent "I said proparts
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, I \ KNOWN
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bidder hi the Onurt*
the f' r-1 Monday In
F' bmarj. IWUt; which
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I ruary, loss.
: .v ol January,
rHERM W.
ult Court
, ilium v. Florida
r:. I .STRAND
: Clerk
S 12-19-26
hi. COUNT I'DQE'S COURT
N AND FOR TAnE COUNTY.
FLORIDA 'N PROBATE
Ni>.b362C
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YTUi-.y, K'kVa
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i haaafew K.vetJ thai we
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Ktril gtian end Fitxal DI
Bxruufor Ol the elate of
.. nUTTIJEB, a/k/n MI-
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i the 30tn dy of J.n-
. II ..-ply tu the Honor-
-luilitae of Padc Coamty,
.: i i,v:il of said Filial
i -tributtun and final
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anted : ml r. 19*7.
' PEACH FIRST
rt< M. HANK
I I Isasa, Tll"t Officer
li VMU M'SKIN
S 0 T i C E i PI I LIC ATI ON
IN THE CIRCl'IT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR UADE
COUNTY
No. 6* 46?
SUIT FOR DiVORCE
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PATRICIA \""' '. '
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Miami Heath. Honda
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NOT CE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
CHAPTER 20722
A, t of 1#41
F-ie No 67 A 74
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Plat Honk 9 Page 76
County of ttade. State of
nittraced in Certlfl-
Tb.. assessment of
'y uml. r th Hnid
'' i- ,i- il was in the name
WH.I.I\.M C KlIiGf'RR. Thl>i
hi issued lubjeol to all
h< r i ir -.Jina d.llnciuent City
i Uixea and llena.
i:., I Miuleah Kesub Hlk
1*1 M I'aita 74 in the
'> '( I'.ide, State of Florida,
i Certificate No,
m ment of sai*i pro-
y ui.l.r the said certificate
ued a-aa In the name of N.
Th d*d will he tsaue.i
'""t to ,.l| other iiutstandlnB
^Ity of Hlaleah taxes
first
will

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'ttS. Kaat !'t:.i.-.,h K-uh Hlk
lit lionlt zi T'ate 7 in th-
untv nf p:ii stat.. of Klorid.i.
embraced In The aa.ietk^rnpiit of unld pro--
ty u-rtr the said eartlfiCAte
'JJ.1 *.,s In th- name -of N.
"rn-rr.y This died will be iseued
[;.)', to all other outetandin*
n't ||i-na
I certlficntea shall b
*men i ennmg '- law, tb- pr-
.-. will be s"ld
f .'h I bidder m the court
irst Monday w
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f ', '. da) of lVbru.irv
it
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 77173-C
In RK: K-itat- nf
r.l.lAS BIBGBUIAN.
^NOTICE TO CREDITORS
r aUCreStor- and a;. Perajni
llavinV Claims of IVinands AgaRM*
TjSnhmf^ .if.l and r-nuir-
..I u, i,..sent any -laims and
rt^a^l-uof^aaj S5n?..PJ!;
and as provid.-d in >'"";,
Kmrida S-atutes. In their oril '
'-.^a\ Miami K,nr.di,.b,^7.la,
" ^'-^iakrv .V.U
p rubii^j^^w, n.-.. on
* Hl'I'.C-l-'.K
Attorney for Fxe. Utor
4.'n I.iiii-nln notid
Miami Beach. 1- lornia ^^ ( B.ts.ta
SiSSa5Ss.,,T
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 771H-A
In RE: Eatate of
BDWARU KIN".
^XoTiCETOCREO.TORS
^Jtri"ner.y ^-ji -;:
the ,^fDlVA'''<'N,'fl1l ,
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IN THE CIRCI IT COl RT Of
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRC
IN ANL' FOI PE COUNT1..
FLORIDA
CASE NO
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V M.HRIE I' JIAPDt'X
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO '' \' BH MAHDl'N
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Row H i ixford
Knrland
TOP. VAi.KRii: D MAPHl *
hereby notlfii d thai i Con ila lit foi
plvorri h beei filed agaii si u
and von are required lo aerve u
ol vi ur Answer or Pleadrnit to th<
Complaint on Plaiatlffi attprni
OBORGS MAKER TIH'MI'suv. t
South Dixie Highway, Bulte IK. Coral
c..,lii.--. Placid i and fib thi
Ari*n**'f or Pleading in thi offl
li ,. i erh ,|'. Circuit Court in and
fi.r 11.i'i- u of I r- ih-
^ of February. otl
a Judnmi int bi .'
ynu for the relief demanded in the
PATI3P at Miami, Pade I
... da) ol
I H LEATHERMAX, il.Cl'.K
I,..". i'. '' ii -art
Hy i u [NrpiBTRO
I u'y Clerk
GEORGE BAKES THOMPS' s
. pin ni.ff
i 4.'ii SotiUi I'.xi- Highway,
Suit- IK
n.ralC.al I lorida :<: 141
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tN-TME CIRCI""' COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DOE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO 68-663
"!. BI.EANOR DAHAN,
NOTICE LNDE.T
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NfiTl 'l.--
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in husitn u ihi I 'i i..i mi
of .\l .1 ADVKMTf! Ifii-'i
P di Leo ii II I
tiabli Florida, Intend* In i
Haiti name aith the Clert ol t, Cli
uii ''"u:*t '-f pade Connty. Florida
M J ENTERPRISER, IVC .
My: MICHAEL M'iss
kovner, mannheimkr b
c,ri-:kn"kii-:i.i>.
Attorneya for Applloant.
3on Puponl Plaza Center,
Miami. Pi.-rida STIS1
l- : I S-I'M*
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, deairing lo engage
in business under the fictitious name
of MIAMI BEACH TV Lincoln Roai
al ll'ia Lincoln Road, Miami Beach,
Florida 3S139 Intend to regiater aald
iirun-- wlrti the clerk or the Circuit
c-uc n h le County, Florida
KENNETH IVAN CHAN
VI IRJBNCK l 'HAN
C FRfJOERIC !tR' AVN
\ttor ey I
!; BNN ETH IV v V 'M \ N"
a- .1 Fl illENI i: i 'II AN'
duPont '-' Miami, Fli
l 1 5-12 I''
NOTICF OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Cuapter ?"7?2 Acts of 1941
File Ne 67-A-7S?
| HKKKUl HIVEN thai
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ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
*Mnist ftorldUbr)
solicits your legal notices.
We appreciate your
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
rates .
Dial 373-4605
lor messenger service
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF SUIT
OR
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
iN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Or
FLOR'DA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 68-183
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
VIJ) I MENSEM,
i. MEMBER,
Tl i VIRGINIA 1 MENSI
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JACOB DAHAN,
Defendant
TO: JACOM PAHAN
, d PBNMARK HOCSE
I.IVLNCSTON AVENUE
NEW nnrvswick
NKVV JEltSBT .
YCil' JAi'CH PAHAN. are herehv
notified tl at a Complaint for Divorce
hits bean fil-il aramat .vou, and fou
, requind ti ..-v. a copy of your
Anw-r featlimr to the Com-
nlainl foi Divorce on the PlainUfrs
attorney. ROMAI.P I. DAVIS Ksq ,
417 Hi--..v.- Kuildlnit. 19 \t r larlsr
Htrrel Miami, Florida 331.11 phone.
and fun the original Answ-
, ,'. plead c in the office of the
Clerk of the Crrult Court on or t---
|, d v of February. I Ml
If ...... -, di, so, judirment by Oe-
; ,,., hi agatnat you for
,,. nil.I maiidi n the Complaml
. :-,,'.' \ be published onoe
, .... four connecutlvi
WISH FU'RID'AN
po\B ANP ORDBREP. at Miami
Kl'ri.'la, ll -: '>' "( J"u;'r>-
,r"8 K B t.HATHKRMAN.
i rv circull Com '
Pads Cdunty. Florida
Hy C P P.puty Clerk
(Cir-uil C-urt S-al) ^ ^ ___. ff
(Cir-u
IN THE COl'NTV JUOOE S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 77171-B
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To A Pn dl i N
ii ". a
Paid Estadi
Tou are
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a-] U tn .
I KV\ 'SOI i- "' IN le-
ll "' '
I dup
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Statute, m tl
County rourt-l n P
Floral,, .with al ;
from the timi he flrsl 1
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I.K'.N A Kl'S": BIN
I Attorney for Kievutor
40 Lincoln lb ad
Miami id., h, I' rida
I' Ii i VTHKR.M VN.
, ,, i
I ladi Counts I orid
Hj i- i'i ri:i,ANn
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 75246-A
In RE atetftjjA*
N*TII\N ij:vin
^'NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Tn All Credit.""- and AH "
- Demands Aga -
:.:';.,-,Bv notified w -
-k
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pfovl4*d
S* irj'.c.-.
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NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
CHAPTER 20722
Acts of 1941
File No. 67 A 6'S
NOTICE IS IIEHEBI GIVEN
BEN BOSKIN. ladder of rnui
gala certlflci ti numbered '.11
| 6329 and 6i-4l. i--ip-'l tl" I >
! ,lun- A.l> I"-' has fil-1 -
office, and ha. made npfl '
a tax deed to be lartied then I
carltflcates -. lira* '"" fH"
.arrlbed property. In the i onnl
Pad-, Btate i l I'loinI... to wit:
i tot 2 in- -- Weetdale AJT1
| pi piai Hook 11 Paax
Count) of Dado,.Stab
. ambra I Certiflcan _
The as-. -in- lit Of said |
under Ihi d ertlfloati
was in tl in '
This deed ill be Isau -'1
to all other ili'.-ialiiai |li III) IIK
Civ i Miami taxi -
Iti :.! and i i"' s Fuilur-
dnle. Plal ,'he
C,,untv Of Padi Btatt rida.
as embraced in Certificate No.
"..isi The a --ment ot said pro-
perty under the said certificate
issued was in lh name of P R
FBROUBON This d.-ed will be
I .,i suhj< m all other out-
standing il- Hi quent City ol Norm
Miami Beach taxes and lljna.
I.t i:l Hi' s 1. Haionton. Plat
H,s.k 3 Pana m In ihe County
ol Dade. Btate of Florida, as em-
braced in Certificate No 682, The
assessment of anld proper- y ami- r
the mid ,-rti(i-.ue ismed was in
th^ name of BkI of ADDREW
J.^h" _
Lots and !'. BWpIi <. H-..
Hgte. Rial Book 28 Pu. -'
,.,,. County y\ rad-. State ol
h-rrida .a* fropracad Ii ertin-
,..lt- No 8641 The a- ment
.... i ......- ur l-i' th< -a il certl-
fl ,r- -.-i--l **- i" P Ham- -'
SMITH ana IV aikm:
Unless sad c-rtniiiite- sh.nl I-.
rdinii t law il"
,,--, n 1II be
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... ,_ pouee s.i- ->" be
.-1 d i| of -'.- itan I
ATHKR \N
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: ty, Fi -
if'1,1 IS.....N D
utj Clerk
ui' i url Seal)
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IN HE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTS.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
(no. i.'OO.B-Dowling
. Estate of
I.LAN I i.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All ("red I I*' '
Has p I 'la oi la maud A- i
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ed to
whirl ....
HB< L> ,. .....; hiti Dane ''" ; : '''
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Dated al Miami, Plorlda, inl>
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13 th da*
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IN THE COUNTY Jl DOES COU^T
IN AND FOR. DADE COUNTS
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
NO. 65957- C
IN RK INI......
PHILIP CATSMAN,
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MA-
A^LfcATloN FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
Si.TICK i- hor.4.5 Bivell [> '
hi t filed n Plm Report i..... I< -
,,.., md final i -
SS v t
port and foi il i ''
- burg. .....i i-!'", '
of the abov< -named dciwdeiit.
lath day of J "
PAVIP P '. ".-"! > Exeruto
HAVIP P ''\ : s'vl x"' |U
Att-rncv fi ''- "'""
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Mai mi
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
NO. 77146-B
In RK Estati I
,n >HN ct.A V
P'"''NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons
Having ClallUa >t DomanaH Againat
s i Batate: ... -__
Vou ar- I erel Ufled and re-
,...,. | claims and
.or ma* hv* againat
.,HN Cl.AY d-.-ased
i Dad" County, Honda, to tne
u .^ Hade '' '
.... g -. ?SS Florida
H ii-,., ff-- -s in the
I lonty.
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Dated al M
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a- i-;^ I utor
-,,n of th,-
, Any nf Peeembei
, iLEMA> 1.1 -
iRRIBON
utor
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SIRLOIN ? STEAKS
$1.29 lb
|09
n i J OR T.BONE
Porterh'se steaks
CUM.IJA. BONELESS
Shoulder steaks
Chuck Steaks
Top Round Steak
Cube Steaks
= ; -E =
= $1.39
B $1.09
69<
$1.19
$1.19
Chuck Roast
Crossrib Roast
Round Roast
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! $1.19
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GARDEN FRESH LUSCIOUS
VjAKUfcfN rKbbH LUbCIOUb 4% /
D'Anjou Pears
2 49
Swiss
69: Soir Half I Half
29
MOPEMor MATCHtM J^tty WONDESFU. fOOD SALE.
UMY* TOMATO CATCHUP 5 '1
LIBBYS FRUIT COCKTAIL 4 |
UMY'S GARDEN SWEET PEAS 4 '1
UUY* TOMATO JUKE .....J |
LIBBYS PEACHES ffiK ....... 3 -- .,
FOOD
FAIR
FEATURES EFFECTIVE THRU SAT., JAN. 20
AT ALL FOOD FAIR & FREDERICKS STORES
Eclwd "q Koshr Marked
AVAILABLE WHERE THERE ARE SERVICE COUNTERS.
ALL CHEESE AND LUNCH MEATS ARE SLICED TO YOUR
ORDER TO INSURE FRESHNESS.
LEAN COOKED SLICED
CORNED BEEF
'/.-LB
59
SAVE
*-l
Save 40 lb.-freshly smoked
Nova Scotia Lox.......LB: 69c
SAVE 50e LB.-FRESHLY SmOKSO
Large White.ish.......L. 99c
Save :oc-mPORTED CREamED
Herring Fillets mZSSF...Ifc
SAVE UP TO 12<
PILLSBURY PLAIN OR SELF-RISING
FOOD FAIR PLAIN OB
lOWr MHG 5 BAG 39C
UWT ORE IAG. EITHER BRAND PLEASE
TT1 OTHER PURCHASES OF S5 OR MORE

'-* t-i RT'$ --so
Golden Margarine
F T"
1-LB.
F-KG.
29
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V0-5 Hair Dressing VUBV 89c
Excedrin Tablets.....jfr 99c