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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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English
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
22 1968

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Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
22 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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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
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AA00010090:02077

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Jewish Floridian of South Broward
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Preceded by:
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Succeeded by:
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"Jewish Floridian
[V'olume 41 Number 47
U.S. Federations
Stress Danger Of
Crisis Conditions
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Miami, Florida, Friday November 22, 1968
ATLANTA (JTA) Five areas
of Jewish concern where situations
have reachedor are approaching
crisis proportions and which re-
quire urgent measures were treated
in a series of resolutions adopted
here this week at the closing ses-
sions of the Council of Jewish
Federations and Welfare Funds'
37th (ieneral Assembly.
The areas are: The Middle East,
where according to speakers Israel
i< facing the greatest threat to its
survival since the June, 1967 war;
American cities, where racial con-
flicts and growing Negro anti-
Semitism is testing Jewish resolve
to participate in the struggle for
civil rights; the American Jewish
community, faced with alienated
Jews Irked
By Naming
Of Schroeder
BONN (JTA) The appoint-
ent of Defense Minister Gerhard
hroeder as Christian Democratic
-didate for the West Germany
residency is regarded with some
.Vernation by Jewish circles
re In 1933, after Adolf Hitler's
se to power. Dr Schroeder sought
join the Nazi SA Sturm Abtei-
ngen, or Storm Troops) which
ayed an important role in the
azi Party's early anti-Jewish ac-
ms,
Alter he became Foreign Minis-
:. Or. Schroeder explained that
sought membership in the SA
ise he wanted to continue his
iversity studies, but JTA's West
correspondent, Alfred
ann, declared, "it is well
nown that in 1933 no student was
spelled for not belonging to a
azi group."
Dr. Schroeder will face Justice
Minister Gustav Heinemann. can-
< te of Foreign Minister Willy
Brandt's Social Democratic Party.
|fthen the Federal Assembly con-
. early in 1969 to elect the
I if state, succeeding Dr. Hein
|i > i l.uebke. Dr. Heinemann was
I:. ippnncnt of Hitler.
or indifferent youth and serious
criticism of its educational pro.
grams; Eastern Europe, where re-
newed anti Semitism in Poland and
continued cultural and religious re-
pression in the Soviet Union pose
Continued on Pag* 5-A
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U.S., Britain
Press Israel
On Refugees
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VICE PREMIER DISMISSED
Last Jew Is Ousted
From Polish Politburo
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LONDON (JTA) Wladyslaw
Gomulka was reelected First Sec-
retary of the Polish Communist
Party at the Party Congress in
Warsaw this week. Vice Premier
Eugeniusz Szyr, the only Jew re-
maining in the powerful party Po-
litburo, was dismissed, as was
Foreign Minister Adam Rapacki,
who had taken a moderate line in
foreign policy, reportedly disagree-
ing with the invasion of Czecho-
1 Slovakia and the purge of hun-
dreds of "Zionists" and 'revision-
ists'' from party and government
posts last tpiitsg.
According to reports from War-
saw, the Polish government also
decided to speed up the trials of
students and faculty members
mostly Jewishwho were arrested
for allegedly fomenting the student
demonstrations for democratic re-
form last spring. The government
had reportedly intended to delaj
the trials until after the party
' Congress but changed its mind
when the World Union of Jewish
Students announced here last wick
that it was mobilizing student pro-
tests all over the world in opposi-
tion to them. Party leaders said
they wanted to "take the wind out
of the students' sails" by moving
up the trial date. Some of the ar-
' rested students have been in jail
for more than six months.
Reports from Warsaw said the
composition of the new Politburo
and the party Central Committee
is "definitely hard line" and linked
more strongly than before to the
Kremlin, which has given its full
: support to Mr. Gomulka. The lat-
ter's chief rival, former Interior
Minister Gen. Miecyzlaw Moczar,
who was regarded as the main
force behind the anti-Jewish prop,
aganda campaign and purges last
spring and summer, was denied
full membership in the Politburo.
The apparent political setback
for Gen. Moczar surprised some
observers in the Polish capital, but
Continued from P*9 7-A
UNITED NATIONS. NY. (JTA)
The United States called upon
Israel this week to enact a great-
ly expanded program" for return-
ing to the West Bank Arabs who*
were displaced by the Arab Israel
war of 1967. Appearing before the
U.N. Special Political Committee,
U.S. Ambassador J. Russell Wig-
gins expressed the hope that Is-
\ rael, "in advance of permanent
peace." would make possible the
return of "most of the persons dis-
placed by the 1967 war."
1 The committee had resumed de-
liberations on the question of re-
newing the mandate of the United
Nations Relief and Works Agencv
for Palestine Refugees (UNRWA),
due to expire next year. Both Mr.
Wiggins and Great Britain's Am-
bassador to the UN.. Lord Cara-
don. who also appeared before the
committee, urged the renewal of
UNRWA's mandate
"As another winter descends
Pleas On Soviet Jewry
Mark Rights Anniversary
BOSTON (JTA) Petition- urg-
ing the United Nations to "take
up the outrageous discriminations
and deprivations imposed on the
Jews .ii the Soviet Union by the
Soviet government" will be pre-
I shortly to United Nations
Secretary-General U Thant on the
20th anniversary of the world or-
ganization's Universal Declaration
of Human Rights. The move was
announced by Lewis H. Weinstein,
recently elected chairman of the
American Jewish Conference on
Soviet Jewry, a! ., press conference
Here.
Mr. Weinstein, former chairman
of the Conference of Presidents of
the Major American Jewish Or-
ganizations, said he was "encour-
aged to hope that the incoming
Administration may move forward
Continued on Page 8-A
upon the refugees, surely their
Plight will touch the hearts, move
the minds and overcome the fears
of Israel and inspire an act of
generosity and confidence that will
give the whole world an example
of humanity and magnanimity."
Mr. Wiggins declared. According
to his figures, the June, 1967 war
resulted in some 175.000 UNRWA-
registered refugees fleeing their
homes and camps and an addi-
tional 350.000 were displaced for
the first time.
Lord Caradon. who also called
for steps "allowing the new refu-
gees to go home," recalled pro-
posals to solve the refugee issue
made bv Israel's Foreign Minister
Abba Eban in the General Assem-
bly on Oct. 8. but said. "These and
other proposals will be up for con-
sideration in the course of consul-
tations directed to the solution of
the long-term problem in the
search for an overall political set-
tlement,"
Israel's Ambassador Yosef Te-
koah. who had not intended to
speak, was given permission to
pear to reply to an attack on I-.
by Ambassador Adnan Tarcici of
Vemen, who accused the "Zionists
in Palestine" of practicing "apart-
heid." He blamed the -z. mists
for "three successive ___ressions"
and said that the Arab refug
had been expel thi r
homes by Israel.
In the course of his reply,
Continued on Page 6-A
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Lehman Obituary 6-3 11.B Woman's World 5-3
1,000 EXPECTED
Gov. Kirk To Address Tribute To Lehrman
RELATED LEHRMAN STORIES .. SECTION C
COV. CLAUDE KIRK
A capacity attendance of more
than 1.000 government, religious,
business and civic leaders from
throughout the United States will
honor Dr. Irving Lehrman Sunday-
night at the Silver Anniversary
Tribute Ball of Temple Emanu-El.
The gala salute to Dr. Lehrman.
rabbi of Miami Beach's largest
synagogue for a quarter of a cen-
tury, will open with a 6 p.m. cock-
tail reception at the Diplomat
Hotel in Hollywood. Dinner is
scheduled for 7 p.m.. with black
tie the order of the day.
Dignitaries at the glamorous
dinner-dance will include Gov.
Claude Kirk. Jr., of Florida: Dr.
Bernard Mandelbaum of New
York, president of the Jewish The-
ological Seminary of America, anil
Archbishop Coleman F. Carroll of
the Catholic Archdiocese of Miami.
Among others who will join in
paying tribute to Dr. Lehrman will
be Rabbi Henry Siegman of New
York, executive vice president of shattering event.
the Synagogue Council of America.
Dr. Lehrman is national vice pres-
ident of the Synagogue Council, co-
ordinating body for all branches of
Judaism
Samuel N. Friedland. chairman
of the board of Temple Emanu-El,
Is general chairman of the Silver
Anniversary Tribute Ball. A com-
mittee of more than 100 persons
is working closely with Mr. Fried-
land and Joseph Cohen, president
of the congregation, in coordinat-
ing arrangements for the record-
One of the many highlights of
the evening will be the naming of
the Irving Lehrman Day School of
Temple Emanu-El. The 10 year-old
educational institution is the larg-
est Hebrew day school sponsored
by a Conservative "vnagogue in
the South.
Rabbi Samuel Z. Ja'fe. president
of the Rabbinical Association of
Greater Miami, will offer the in-
vocation and Bishop James L.
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By Special Report
ORLANDO The failure of the
American Jewish community to
provide its youth with an adequate
Jewish education was termed a
greater threat to its future exist-
' enec than any increase in inter-
marriage.
Addressing the convention of the
Southeast Region of the United
Synagogue of America. Henry N.
Rapaport. national president, said.
"Unless we can mobilize a gigantic
i-ffort in Jewish education to ex-
pose our young people to the his-
tory, culture and ideals of tradi-
Canada Jews Mark
Anniversary Of
Oldest Synagogue
MONTREAL Jewry's achievements in the fields
( welfare and education were
lailed hrre bj G r General
iioland Michiner of Canada at a
tinner marking the 200th anniver-
sary of Congregation Shearit Is-
aelthi Spai i and Portuguese
SynagogueCanada's oldest Jew-
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, The dinner was "' n led by Sen.
David Croll, r Ming Prime
Minister I, Bishop
Kenneth Magi ire, Dr. Solo.non
iaon, Chit i Rabl if C immon-
\ealth Sephardic congregations,
:nd more :har. 300 -"- from the
L'nited States. En:.,;:-. ar.-J France
Mr. Michii I ii the Jew-
-ii c< mmunit; I a. translated the
[< ,\ ish trail ement and
..oncern for the destiny of human-
it) at large into concrete terms
through ita outstanding work in
he areas oi welfare and educa-
tion." He mentioned as example*
he Baron de Kirsch Institute, '.he
Saidye Bronfman Center and the
B'DBJ B'rith. which is celebrating
- 125th anniversary
1 tional Judaism, w-e face dim pros-
pects for the future.
"While intermarriage presents a
difficult problem, one must re-
member that this process works
both ways." the Jewish leader said.
pointing out that the number an-
nually converting to Judaism is as
large as that of those leaving Ju-
daism.
Mr. Rapaport considered Jewish
education as the key to its future
survival, and asserted. "At college
our Jewish boys and girls are most
remote from things Jewish. De-
spite efforts to maintain contact
with our youngsters at college, we
have not succeeded nearly as well
a- we ought to in getting them to
continue their Jewish education
and their adherence to Judaism."
He called upon Jewish educators
to bring home to our young people
the relevance of their Jewish past
to their own lives today.
Mr. Rapaport also said that Jew-
ish organizations have not provid-
ed the necessary fund* While
some advances have been made."
Mr. Rapaport said, "we are still
not placing this item on a hij_h
priority agenda."
There are 48 Conservative con-
gregations in the Southeast Region I
covering Florida, Alabama. Geor-!
?ia. South Carolina. Tennessee and
New Orleans. La. Rabbi Morris B
i hap man. St. Petersburg, serves
as the regional director pro-ti
Tiri Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz of]
Miami Beach as the youth direct
pro-tern. Rabbi Allen Rutchik,
rector of the region, is turn:.
on leave of absence.
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Friday, November 22, 1968
Rabbis Appointed
To Dropsie College
Overseers Council
Rabbi Irving Lehrman of Tem-
ple Emanu-EI and Rabbi Sol Lan-
dau oi Beth David Congregation,
have been appointed to serve on
the newly-created National Council
of Overseers for the Dropsie Col-
lege for Hebrew and Cognate
Learning in Philadelphia. They
were among the 30 lay leaders se-
lected from every section of the
country to serve on the council in
an advisory capacity to Dr. Abra-
ham I.. Katsh, Dropsie College's
president.
U.S. District Court Judge Charles
R Wfc.ner of Philadelphia was
named chairman of the council,
which will have its first meeting
later this month at the Plaza Hotel
in \< h York City.
The Drop-ie College, marking
its tiOth year as a post-graduate
university, is the only institution
ot its kind in the United States,
i impletely dedicated to the study
leading to the degree of Doctor of
Philosophy (Ph.D.). of Hebrew.
Biblical and post-Biblical studies,
a. cienl and modern Middle East-
ern cultural languages, and higher
Jewish education.
*Jen isti Ifh rkttan
Organizations
California Rabbis
Rap
Violating Sabbath
SAN FRANCISCO (JTA) The
B iard I Rabbis oi Northern Cali-
complained that Jewish
. .-ions are holding events
it vi .late the Sabbath and are
thcreb; excluding observant Jew
: ; irticipating in them. The
ra ibis a a statement issued here,
mentioned Sabbath fund-raising,
Sabbj int:i:;_; trips to Nevada
: ovi rseas charter flights thai
in i terminate on the Sabbath.
"We are particularly distressed
thai some of the activities we op
p -e arc promulgated in the name
ol Tzedakah (charity)." the state
menl said. "There is no philan-
thropic cause, however worthy,
which cannot be supported the
other i \ days of the week."
The Eoard of Rabbis said that it
does not presume to be the watch-
d ol individual Sabbath prac-
tices. \n individual is free to ob-
serve or not. But we reiterate that
organizations which purport to be
Jewish have a special responsibil- I .Mrs. Phyllis Shapiro, wife of the
itj to the entire Jewish communi- rabbi, will be honored at the Oneg
Dayan Is Attacked
In Soviet Papers
UNITED NATIONS. NY. (JTA)
Israel's Defense Minister, Gen.
Moshe Dayan. was singled out for
-harp attacks in the Soviet press
this week. Yuri Kuznetzov, writing
in the Soviet Communist Party
organ. Pravda, assailed Gen. Day-
an's speech before students in Tel
Aviv, warning that Israel must
strengthen its position in the occu-
, pied Arab territories.
Vadim Ardatovsky took Gen.
Dayan to task for the same speech
in an article in Selskaya Zhizn.
The pre-- attacks, which included
a denunciation <>! Foreign Minister
Abba Eba'n's nine-point peace pro-
posals l. : ire -hc General Assem-
bly Oct. h : i .m indictment oi
L'nil IS its "de< i*ion to
sell Israi i bombers
ii the Phanl im type," were ex-
it ::i the 'lie-, lew
of tl lle'in dis-
tributed here ivietM
to the L'niti I Nati n >,
The Pravda article -aid. "Itgoes
without at these belli-
cose statements bj Dayan and his
'plan ot settlement' circulated in
the Israeli pre.--, which envisages
a long occupation of the lands on
the western banks of the Jordan,
decidedly contradict the existing
possibilities of peaceful settle-
ment, the absolutely clear demand
of public opinion of the whole
world to put an end to Israeli ag
gression and liquidate its conse-
quences."
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Volume 41
1968
Number 47
Bang Or Whimper
Emanu-EI Tribute To
Rabbi Irving Lehrman
On Sunday eveninq. Rabbi Irvinq
Lehrman, spiritual leader of Temple
Emanu-EI, Miami Beach, will be
honored for a quarter of century of
service to his conqreqation.
The task of a rabbi determined to
cdhcie to the aims and qoals of his
callinq is not an easy one in our
community nor, for that, matter in
any community in the United States.
Known throuqhout the world for
his scholarship, eloquence and
boundless involvement, for his
personal warmth and limitless ener-
qy, for his orqanizational talents and
for his qualities of inspiration. Rabbi
Lehrman has compiled an enviable
record of leadership for his con-
qreqation, his community and his
people.
Nationally. Dr. Lehrman's advice,
counsel and untirinq efforts have
been made freely available to a
broad ranqe of institutions, orqaniza-
tions end aqencies that play a major
role ;n American Jewish life ranqinq from key
positions as vice president of the Synaqoque
Council of America and as chairman of the
United Jewish Appeal Rabbinic Advisory Coun-
cil to his leadership in the affairs of the Jew-
ish Theoloqical Seminary.
Rabbi Lehrman's contributions to major ef-
forts dealing with our nation's problems have
been marked by his appointment by President
Johnson to the Commission on Obscenity and
Pornography as well as to other important
en the American scene.
The impressive list of dignitaries including
Gov.-rnor Claude Kirk slated to greet Rabbi
Lehrman during Sunday evening's tribute all
testify to the breadth of his concern for human
welfare.
In our own community Rabbi Lehrman's ef-
! irts have invariably contributed to the success
oi a large number of vital causes. Typically,
his leadership was an important factor in the
soiri; of success at the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation, the two Combined Jewish Appeal
campaigns he headed going over the top.
25 Years Of Service
But although he has qiven and continues
tc provide this leadership to communal and
national causes, the tribute will focus on the
service and devotion he has qiven to the con-
qreqation that brouqht him to Miami Beach a
quarter of a century aqo.
Temple Emanu-El's qrowth has been steady
and it is due to Rabbi Lehrman and his lay
leadership that proper stress has been placed
on the development of its educational system.
It is entirely fittinq. therefore, that the pride
of that educational system, unique for any
congregation, should be named the Irving Lehr-
man Day School. The school is already making
Lssssssssssssssssssssssillsl*"'
fHAMK^GlViMq 1968
WASHINGTON As required
by their peculiar dogma, the
world-opinion thinkers have been
putting all the emphasis on the
Czechoslovaks' brave though pas-
sive resistance to their Russian
occupiers. The Illusion has been
propagated that important ves-
tiges of Czech ireedom will there-
fore survive the Soviet invasion
In reality, however, probably
the only problem is whether the
remaining liberty in Czechoslo-
vakia will die with a bang or a
whimper.
In other words, the first ques-
tion is whether Alexander Dubeek
and the other leaders of Czecho-
slovakia's "new dawn" will sub-
mit so abjectly that the) become
mere officials of the soviet occu-
pation forces, i" very thin dis-
guise
And the seeond question is
whether there will be a popular
explosion it this kind of submis-
sion is made by the leadership;
or perhaps more likely, whether
there will be a popular explosion
if the existing leaders are re-
placed because they have refused
the kind of submission the So-
viet- want.
one can confidently predict that
the streets of Prague will run
with young, brave blood. World
opinion will no doubt suffer an un-
comfortable quarter of an hour
Yet the signs of' what is coming
are already tragically clear.
Collaborators
The warning signals are up.
meanwhile, both inside Czecho-
slovakia and in Mo-cow and other
satellite capitals. In Czechoslo
vakia, to begin with. Soviet Am-
bassador Chervonenko has used
every kind of material induce-
ment i" organize pro-Soviet ral-
lies. 1 he Nazis, it must be re
membered. were also able to find
Czech collaborators.
At one ol these rallies, when
Dubeek and Premier Oldrich Cer
nik attended the unveiling ol a
memorial to Czech soldiers who
had fought with the Red arm)
against Adolf Hitler, the heirs of
the Nazi collaborators hooted and
threatened this country's freedom
leader-.
At the second and larger rally
the dismissal of "the guilty one-
was publicly called for by tin
community and conqreqation.
As distinquished as have been his first 25
years as spiritual leader of Temple Emanu-EI,,
the years ahead are sure to add to the record ^
of achievement of a man who in many ways
symbolizes the qrowing maturity of our com-,
munity.
Greater Miami Jewry joins in the tribute to
Rabbi Lehrman at this siqnificant milestone in
his life and in that of his conqreqation.
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EDWARD COHEN
The Real Issue
Results Of Arab Hatred
The recent arrest and indictment of three
Yemenis on charqes of plottinq the assassina-
tion of President-elect Richard M. Nixon has
once aqain raised the spectie of Arab anti-
Semitism stemminq from the pro-Israel posi-
tions taken by American politicians.
Durinq the election campaiqn. Mr. Nixon de-
clared that Israel must be qiven a "technoloqi-
cal military marqin to more than offset her hos- j
tile neiqhbors' numerical superiority."
In probinq the alleqed conspiracy. Federal
authorities have been lookinq into possible ties
between the latest plot and the June murder of.
Senator Robert F. Kennedy by Sirhan Sirhan, a
Jordanian in Los Anqeles.
Sirhan's father in Jerusalem, whose initial
reaction to the Kennedy assassination was that
of shock and disbelief, now warns that "there
will be no shortaqe of plotters" as lonq as even if it were the basic prob-
American political leaders continue to express
pro-Israel sentiments.
These latest developments cast a rather
ominous liqht on the recent disclosure by The
Jewish Floridian of larqe-scale purchases of
quns by Jordanian trainees at Homestead Air
Force Base.
Eqyption qovernment sources have souqht
to discount the Arab role in the alleqed Nixon
During the teachers' -Hike in
New York Cityand to a much
le-ser degree in Greater Miami -
last year, the first signs of black
anti-Semitism appeared on the
surface. It seemed to grow in this
past year to serious proportion-.
irritated again by a confrontation
between the Jewish dominated
New York teachers' union and
one of the numerous black com-
munities in that troubled great
metropolis.
Although as I write this the
strike has not been settledand
lem- will not have been solved -
I have a feeling that the corner
has been turned and that respon-
sible Jews and Negroes will over-
come the fear that insecurity has
created and which led to racial
exploitation by the militants on
both sides.
During the question period fol-
lowing a recent talk given by one
of our local rabbis at Florida Me-
morial College, a Black Muslim
sought to arouse the almost all
black student body with the state-
ment. 'The Jews killed Christ "
assassination plot with the explanation that
a significant contribution to its goal of broaden- Yemen wag ^ directl involved in the Pales-
inq the base and depth of Jewish knowlerqe. Une jssue
In spite of the extent of Rabbi Lehrman's in- The ^ ^ ^ ^ Republic oJ Yemen hag
tere.sts in civic and Jewish communal life, he been exposed to mtensive Eqyptian anti-Israel 1 The audience gave the answer by
has always qiven priority in his schedule to the propaganda durinq Nasser's military presence ', booin questioner; nothing
every day needs of his conqreqants visits there m ,he yearg tellowi the 1962 revolution etoe was needed,
to the sick and to mourners, a close personal Even .f nQ Unk were established heWreen
relationship with all temple orqamzations as ^ various acls or attempts o{ Arab lerTQr m
this country, the qospel of hatred and blood
with which Arabs are indoctrinated by their
qovernments remains a potential threat to liber-
al voices in all free lands.
well as to the individual conqreqants
Sharinq in this hour of tribute to Rabbi Lehr-
man will be his wife Belle, who has compiled
on her own an impressive record of service to
One of the nation's leading Ne-
gro churchmen, the Rev. Albert
B. Cleage of Detroit, heads an
aspect of Black Power which is
moving some of the churches
closer to Judaism than the Chris-
tianity which the black theolo-
gians claim was used to divert
the attention of the Negro awaj
from social injustice.
Some of it sounds wild. Je-11-
is identified as a member oi I
"nonwhite" tribe of Judah.
was a "Black Messiah born to a
black woman'' and came to .1
"Black Nation. Israel" at a time
when it was struggling for inde
pendence from Rome's white em
pire As a matter of fact, Ri 1
Cleage classifies Semites as
Black, which would make 1110-1 of
us more than soul brothers aft< 1
all. none of our great figuri -
Abraham. Moses, not to mention
JesUS, obviously had the Caucas
ian features one associates with
most Christian Sunday school arl
However, the revolution in lit-
urgy proposed by the Detro
minister makes sense upon fur
ther inspection. He believe- thai
most of the Jewish festivals are
as significant to black people as
to Jews and he is planning 10 in-
corporate them into worship >"
his church.
Passover, for instance, is seen
by him as a celebration ol black
release from bondage What Jew
of our times has not Identified
with the black struggle for free
dom during the Seder or ha- not
thought of the Negro during the
prayer, "As Thou hast saved Is
rael from Egyptian bondage. "
Continued on M
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Friday. November 22, 1968
KJenjsti fkiridliiain
Paqe 5-A
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The dissenting parties are the
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alignment), the left-wing labor par-
ty, Mapam, and the I.inner Achdut
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JERl SALEM (JTA)-Three po-
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week announced that as a matter
of principle the) would not partici-
pate in a Knesset delegation which
will pay a goodwill visit to West ivodan, n<
German) at the invitation of the bor Party.
Meeting to initiate plans for the first Cuban-
Israel Dinner of State were leaders of the
Cuban-Jewish community in Miami, shown
here discussing the plans with Dr. Aaron
Kahan. executive director of the Israel Bond
Organization. From left are Benjamin Terner
and Naum Rosencwaig. cochairmen; Dr. Ka-
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Friday, November 22, 196g
t
Gov. Kirk To
, Address Fete
For Lehrman
Continued From Page 1-A
Duncan. Suffragan Bishop of the
Episcopal Diocese Of Miami, will
offer the benediction.
Mr. Cohen and Mrs. Bernard
Kaplan, president of the Temple
Emanu-El Sisterhood, will repre-
sent the congregation's many or-
ganizations in participating in the
program.
Judge Irving B. Cypen. vice
president of Temple Emanu-El.
will serve as toastmaster for the
Ball. Music will be provided by
Louis Adler and his society or
chestra.
The congregation's six former
presidents. Mr. Friedland. Harrj
Sirkin. Joseph M. Lipton. Max
Bodennan. Joseph M. Rose and
Mayer H. Frankel. will join in
saluting the spiritual leader who
guided the congregation's growth
from less than 250 to nearly 1.500
families.
Congratulatory messages from
officials of the State of Israel and
other world Jewish leaders poured
'.n all this week, together with
cables, telegrams and letters from
heads of the countless non-sectar-
ian organizations lor uhich Dr.
Lehrman has worked during hi-
2r- vears in Florida
RABBI RALPH SIMON
Pressed on Refugees
Continued from Page 1-A
Mr Tekoah told the committee.
there been no Arab war of
aggression in 1948. in defiance of
th( IN. there would have been
no refugee problem. Had there
been no continued Arab warfare
; gainst Israel ever since 1948. the
refugee problem would have been
solved a long time ago. Had there
been no Arab aggression in 1967.
there would not have arisen the
I m of persons displaced by
the renewed hostilities Had Arab
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01 June. 1967 and not continued
unabated in the Jordan Valley, its
ation would not have become
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Dr. living Lehrman. will be gue.-t
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Hotel.
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Dav War and for all of 1967. He is
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America, the Jewish Wc I n i\ '-.
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other organizations.
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*JenistinoricM>r7
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Agency Announces High School Studies Continue In Israel
Gen. Menachem Aviram (center). Israeli armored brigade
commander currently visiting the country confers with lead-
ers of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation on Israel's ur-
gent needs. Shown with Gen. Aviram are Robert Russell
(left), 1969 campaign chcirman of the Combined Jewish
Appeal, and Leon Kaplan, president of the Federation.
Last Jew Is Ousted
Continued from Page 1-A
it was attributed to his advocacy
<: extreme nationalism rather than
his hard-line on "Zionists and re-
visionists." (it'ii. Moczar wad made
an alternate member of the Polit-
buro and the Central Committees
secretary in charge of security and
armed forces last July when the
anti-Zionist campaign was at its
in He had appeared to be in
iine for full membership in [he
Politburo and is still considered to
be a power for Mr. Ciomulka to
t ckon with.
Another hardliner elected to the
Politburo was Wladyslaw Kruczek.
party leader from the Asessov.
i ... who delivered the toughest
denunciation of "Zionism and re-
visionism" heard at the Congress,
Mr. Kruczek was one of three new
members elected to replace Mr
Hapacki. Vice Premier Franciszeh
VV'aniolka and Vice Premier Szyr.
The latter had been in charge of
science and technology. His re-
moval left the Politburo without a
Jewish member for the first time
ince the Communists took power
. in Poland in 11.44.
NEW YORK (JTA)The Jewish
Agency this week announced that
registration was open for the third
annual America-Israel Secondary
School Program, which accepts
American high school students for
a year"s study at a high school in
Israel. The American youngsters
earn full credit for their regular
high school studies in addition to
receiving special Hebrew language
and Israeli study courses.
Accordini; to Dr. Mordecai S.
Chertoff, director of the program
which is sponsored by the depart-
ment of education and culture of
the Jewish Agency's American sec-
tion, there are 43 American teen-
agers presently studying at the
Alonei Yitzhak high school.
Launched for the 19t>7-68 aca-
demic year when it was limited to
10th graders, the program was ex-
panded for the 1868-69 to include 11th grade students.
Tile third academic year, opening
in September, 1969. will be pre-
ceded by a six-week course in He-
brew, which will begin in July at
Cohen
Continued from Page 4-A
mayest Thou send Thy help to
ail who are oppressed."'
Y( s, it makes sense. And im-
all the tensions easel m
Detroit high schools where
ack ludcnt4>cui classes on
Jewish holidays this past year
in resentment but in the future
will be joining our kids with ex
cused absences. They might even
go to their churches on those hol-
idays and thus display their dif-
ference even more.
1 have been mailed a good deal
of the literature that has been
distributed by blacks and .lew- in
the New York conflict and I must
say that I am not impressed with
the material presented by the ex-
tremists of either side. Of course,
it is easy to be smug about this
when one is not living side-In-
side with the problem as are so
many poorer New York Jews, but
it is all too simple to see every
action as anti-Semitic when the
issue goes deeper.
As far as I am concerned, it is
the accident of time and place
which has created the Jewish is-
sue and nothing more serious.
The evidence is now in that al-
most as many Jewish teachers
have been hired by the indepen
dent board of Ocean Hill-Browns-
ville as were working under the
old union-controlled system. The
really big difference is that union
domination is threatened, and
since it happens to be a Jewish-
dominated union we fear for our
brethren.
Well. I've gotten -o that I don't
fear so much for most of the
unions as I do for our nation.
And, as for Negro-Jewish rela-
tions, an eari> vote analysis
shows that all our fear> of white
black backlash were premature
and that we're still brothers in
the Democratic Party if not un-
der the skin. This is not to mini-
mize anti-Semitism wherever it
arises, but it's well not to exag-
gerate it. either.
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Friday. November 22
Pleas On Soviet Jewry Alsop
Mark Rights Anniversary
Continued From Page 1-A
cr\ the task of impress the
E \ let I'nion the concern of our
j.o\crnment about the plight of So-
viet Jews .. and to raise the
question in the U.N."
Mr. Weinstein cited a letter from
President-elect Richard M. Nixon
to Rabbi Israel Miller, previous
chairman of the Conference on So-
viet Jewry, in which the then
candidate deplored resurgent anti-
Jewish propaganda by the Soviet
fovernmenf.
"We know that the USSR reacts
to protests, that it is sensitive to
criticisms, mat the pressure mutl
continue." Mr. Wein-tein said.
'Right now. leaders of the War-aw
Pact nations are attending a Con-
gress in Warsaw Our plea to Leo-
rid Brezhnev, the Soviet Commu-
nist Partj leader, is to cease the
: is ami cultural repression of
Russian Jews \nd Mm- plea
Wla lyslav Gomulka, the Polish
PETITIONS AVAILABLE
IN MIAMI AREA
Ruhh: Leon Kroni>h. chair-
man ot the 90UU) Fionua
Conference on Soviet Jewry,
announced this week that
copies of petitions on Soviet
Jewry to be presented to L'.N.
Si cretary-General U Thant
were being distributed in the
Greater Miami area. Peti-
tions can be obtained from
Joseph I. Yanich, conference
coordinator, by telephoning
379-6195. They should be re-
turned to American Jewish
Congress. 714Congress Bldg.,
Miami. Pla. 33132 no later
than Dec. 7.
party leader, i- to refrain from
'.hi' use of Stalinist terror tactics
with 'show' trials and trumped-up
charge-
Continued from Page, 4-A,
worm-like Stalinist. Vaclav Da-
vid, whose dismissal from the
foreign inini-tr\ was one of Dub-
cek's first acts. David is still a
Central Committee member, and
his speech at the rally obviously
foreshadowed the kind of thing
Dubcek will have to lace.
Pravda Support
In the Soviet bloc press, more-
over. Pravda. in Moscow, has jusl
given rather open support to
Dubcek's attackers. And before
this, even more vicious attacks
on Dubcek and his colleagues be-
gan to appear in East Germany's
party newspaper. Neues Deutsch-
land.
Significantly, the attacks in
Neues Deut-chland failed to re-
fer to Dubcek and Cernik as
"comrade." This is a hangover
from the vasl Russian blood-
purge oi the "30s. When "Comrade
V" was criticized in those days.
-.in hi' had some chance of
survival. But if the prefix was nol
used it meant the man's doom
was sealedif. indeed, he had not
already been shot in the back of
the head in the NKVD cellars.
lilbriehl Regime
The East German government,
which would not survive for five
weeks without the huge Soviet
occupation army, has invariably
acted as the first spokesman for
the hardliners in the Kremlin.
The Clbricht regime has rarely
spoken out. furthermore, without
clear assurance that the Krem-
lin's hard-liners would u in the
argument in Moscow. Hence,
there could be no darker signs
than those cited above.
For the history hooks there
may be a difference, but for the
average Czech it will make little
difference whether Dubcek grOv-
els or refuses to grovel. Inside
Czechoslovakia, moreover, it will
not make much permanent dif-
ference whether there i- a popu
lar explosion and an ensuing
blood bath, or if the submission
and or replacement of Dubcek
ami the others like him is pas
sively accepted.
What remain- of Czechoslovak
freedom is. in truth, in the ,.
of a boa constrictor The VVcsk rn
powers cannot, in truth should
not. come to the rescue. Thi km
constrictor mav give th. j
squeeze this week, or next
or next year V ,,, u|
timing, but it is evi lenl
final squeeze will be
It is horrible
ly by while such ., horroi .,,.
acted. Yet there is somel a|
least, that can 1m- useful!; \
decent oblation can at !..-- 0',,
made on the tomb of Czei ,
dom, by admissions ol ,v
Prof. Gar Alperowitz .,
er professional distort'
cent history, who have I |
so greatl\ because then ,. .,..
tions have pleased thi i.
opinion thinkers.
Beth Raphael Sisterhood
Plans to Elect Officers
Election .if offici
held at a regular n
Sisterhood ol Ten
phael Thursday at
Temple, 1545 Jeffei
aim Beach, folli we
hour.
Mr- My'iian .11: .
hood president
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MR. WILLIAM D. PAWLEY
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Between You and Me: By BORIS SMOLAjj
Endowment Funds
Provide Far Future
ENDOWMENT furd development
programs arc now mushroom-
ing in numerous Jewish federations
throughout the country. Less than
a dozen major federations have
already accumulated a collective
total of over S10O million, and they
feel they have only scratched the
surface in their respective commu-
nities. Fifty other federations have introduced en-
lowment fund programs as part of their ongoing
operations.
Philanthropically minded and communally com-
mitted men and women are increasingly open to and
[er for opportunities to create endowments as
part of charitable giving during their lifetimes, or
as part of their estate planning. The local federa-
tions are making them aware of such possibilities
within the scope of federation and its agencies
In some communities, the federation endowment
fund development program encompasses all of the
local beneficiary agencies by providing to the pros-
pective donor the opportunity to designate all or
part of his endowment gift for a specific local agen-
cy,, or for a general field of service. The funds re-
ceived are managed entirely by the federation en-
dowment fund apparatus, but are dispersed accord-
ing to the donor's wishes.
In general, the purposes of the endowment fund-
is to provide a supplementary source of financing
tor ongoing responsibilities in the event of a signifi-
cant failure ot the federation's annual fund-raising
campaign. Also to provide a source of financing
pioneer projects which cannot be financed fr
formal operating funds. Additionally, endowm
s provide a source of financing for unanticipated
emergi ncies.
Bequests constitute the chief source of buil
ment funds, but the communities have devel-
: al zed instruments which have also proven
Om them is the "Letter ol Intent*' a
nent which the prospecti n signs
ii si its in the federaiton indical n-
tion to provide a bequest to the endowment fund in
. s
Then there is the Trust Fund, a sj stem under
ich a donor can establish a trust fund adminis-
by Fed( ration, to which he can contribute from
e and direct the federation to pay out
contributions to various programs
The third vehicle used by federations is the In-
gram, in which the endowment fund is
named as the irrevocable beneficiary of a policy.
On the whole. Federation leaders consider the
endowment fund potential as unlimited.

Highlights In Sports
JESSE SILVER
Jewish Winners
Israel Newsletter By ELIAHU SALPETER
Technology is Vital to Israel's Survival
W
THEN IT COMES to que
the impact of science
technology on national defei -
there .ire few voices more auth
tative m Israel than that of P
Ernest Bergman, former eh
man of the Israel Atomic Em
Commission and now head of the
country's Standards Institute H
man not given to public pronouncements in his
previous post, Prof Bergman now sometimes makes
speeches discussing the relationship between deve-
lopment planning and security.
'Israel's research, development and industrializa-
tion policy in the next decade must have two an
nsification of production and maximum sell
sufficiency in every field vital to our future. Past
years have repeatedlj shown us how dangei us it
is to depend on the good graces of other-. Prof.
Bergman said.
With the shock of the French embargo on Mil
jets still not forgotten. Israelis understood very well
the reference. The speaker stressed lhat modrn war-
fare is electronic warfare and therefore Israel must
expand urgently even further her electronic re-
search and production facilities.
"The Arabs can afford to lose wars with Israel
and get ready for the next round. Israel must win
i very round: There will be no next round for her
if she loses one," he said. Though he expressed I
that the Aral will not be so foolish as to use
i as in future conflicts, Egypt'<
use of poison gas in Yemen obliges Israel to l
such a possibility into account, he said. The natio
must have enough gas masks, gas-proof garment at
gas-proof air-raid shelters. Dr. Bergman warned.
He pointed out that the imperatives of turviv '
compel Israel to invest m defense-oriented ;
which even bigger and stronger nations find ec
call) unjustified, and therefore rely on the V
Powers If necessary, Israel will have
own planes, tanks, and rockets, he said
Yet, against the imperatives f
paredness, Israel must take inl
realities of her economic situal
scope of her material resources This inl
flict is leading many in this countrj
to turn the weaknesses into a soun strength
In simple terms, this argument runs, jf
itnical for Israel to manufacture
lated products for her own relatively lin
she must find foreign markets to make ;
in economically justified quantities
Capital Spotlight
By Milton Friedman
Action Expected on Executive Suite Bias
COUR JEWISH athletes collected medals at the Olympic
Games in Mexico City. Mrs. Irena Kirszenstein-Szewinska
oi Poland won the 200-mete dash, and finished third in the
100-meter run. She set a new world record of 22.5 for the
200 Mrs Szewinska, who competed at Tokyo in 1964. now
ha- a total of five Olympic medals: two gold, two silver and
I I mzi
.Mark Spitz of the PS. won four swimming medals,
relays, a silver in the 100-meter butterfly and a bronze in
the 100-meter freestyle. A veteran of international coin-
petition, his failure in Mexico City came as a complete
surpi
The Soviet Union's Boris Gurevich took a gold medal
in the middle-weight division of freestyle wrestling, while
Mrs Ildiko Uslaky-Rejto of Hungary gained a fencing
bronze medal in the women's individual foil, and a silver
in the team competition. She won the individual foil in
1964
Although she captured no medals, Andrea Garmati of
Hungary did gain the final of two women's swimming
events. Miss Garmati. 15, placed fifth in 100-meter butter-
fly and the 100-meter backstroke. She is the daughter of
Olympic swimming champion Eva Ezesely, and waterpolo
great Dezo Garmati. Her parents have collected seven
Olympic medals between them.
Abigail Hoffman of Canada reached the final of the
women's 800-meter run. She placed seventh in 2:06 8 Mrs.
Hana Shezifi of Israel, the Asian champion, also competed
in the 800-meter heats. She took part in the 400-meter
heats as well, and established an Israeli record with a
56.3 clocking.
Other Israeli athletes in Mexico City were swimmers
Shlomit N'ir, Yvonna Tovis, Yoel Kinde, Amnon Kraus,
Avraham Melamed and Gershon Shefa; shooters Henry
HershkovitZ, Selig Struch, Michael Marton and Nehemia
Sirkis: walker Shaul I.adany and a 19-man soccer team.
Tiie soccer team reached the quarterfinals after defeating
Ghana. 5-3 and El Salvador. 31. but lost to Hungary, the
eventual champion. 2-1. The Israelis played Bulgaria to a
11 tie in the quarterfinals, but lost the game on the
toss of a coin.
W:, hington
THE nixon \ Iministration is ex]
' ed to press action "ex-
ecutive suite" discrimination as
ji ,n ba nsurance, public utili-
ties raili ; steel Alih iugh .lews
itute i "t of U S c -lie se
nly om half of
! of executives in major American
President-elecl Richard M. Nixon, as Vice President,
served as .* irking chairman of the President's Commission
on Government Contracts The committee's powers were
limited but Mr. Nixon took his job verj seriouslj Under
his chairmanship, the committee became the m ist im-
portant bod] ol its kind up to that time.
David A. Sawyer, associate director of the Employ-
ment Policy Program of the U.S. Treasury Department,
recently raised some provocative and controversial
points. His address before the National Joint Advisory
Committee on the Executive Suite, sponsored by the
American Jewish Committee and the Jewish Occupational
Council, caused repercussions and results.
Sawyer said he found the A.IC publication. "The Case
of the Missing Executive," helpful but was "somewhat sur-
prised" by the description of the programs of the Federal
Government "in the fight against discrimination in the
executive suite He said it was "really news to me."
The official disclosed that as a staff man who had urged
and long awaited at least "a pilot program covering re-
ligion" he was disappointed by Government inaction. Saw-
yer -:, .i "thi ten! regn ttablj
verj little and the (AJC) desi
t, a i ti.it exaggerate
Sawyer said he was reminded "th I
released "- I Jewish l>..is in tl
dustry and still cannot understand
-ure mi the then Vice President .1
dent's Committee on Equal Employmeni
ui\, thi ai t m i k ..
n cth i .i. tii n by the industry."
I am reminde l if the AJC studj
and the publicity ol January, l!;-4 oona
and bias against Jews in the utilities,
there was no direct appeal for the existing
machinery to investigate or review the -
allegations therein or by Government Contra*
to seek and secure agreements for such
corrective action a- required." Reviewin
in the policies A I e American Telephone and I
Company, Saw; -r said the Government "did t we d
because we fell it was necessary in spit,
some highly placed Government officials ai
lukewarm reception by some Jewish orga
pe iple."
Sawyer believes thai fewish groups can h
only spurring effort- against bias but also t
.lews that Jobs are opening in the corporati
An assumption exists that some restrictions ex '
porations that are slowly lifting barriers The qi
further breakthrough will be answered during
Administration, but only if Jewish group- assi
priority to specifically Jewish problems.
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
The New Governor Of Rhode Island
"}|N THE RECENT elections B .1 w
named Frank Licht was success-
ful in his race for the governor-
ship of Rhode Island.
Not many Jews have b
elected governor of a state. Hack
In 1800 or thereabouts, one I>a\:,l
lEmanuel was elected governor of
I Georgia. When Franklin Delano
Roosevelt ran for governor of New York, the Repub-
licans named a Jew. Albert Ottinger. to oppose him
Most of the Jews, however, voted against him as
well as against Robert Moses, who was also a Repub-
lican nominee for governor. Apparently Jews don't
ordinarily vote Republican, even for a Jewish office-
seeker.
The election of Mr. Licht as governor of Rhode
Island seems especially fitting. It was the founder
of Rhode Island. Roger Williams, who was the great
exponent of the principle of separation of church
and state, which has become a bed-rock principle of
Americanism. Mr. Licht is active in Jewish causes
and a devoted friend of Israel- the state chairman
or Israel Bonds. In fact. Jews of Rhode Island can
"bensh licht."
As every school child knows. Williams had set-
tled among the Puritans in Massachusetts, but when
he voiced his displeasure with the way the church
was ruling the government, the authorities asked
him to leave without delay.
So right away, without asking Kasse
sion, he started the state of Rhode Island, and
v le world heard about the new state whi
was complete separation of church an I -
Jews were among the first to settle there I
Jewish settlement is on record in 1658,
to lay the Newport Touro Synagogue is an
national landmark.
When George Washington ran for Pres
mo-t of the Rhode Island Jews must haw voted W
him. Anyway, we know that Washington wrote lne
a letter, thanking them for their good wishes on m>
election.
Aaron Lopez, a Newport Jew. was the owner of
some 50 ships engaged in trans-Atlantic traffic, B
most of these were seized by the British
Revolutionary War. ,
i and
In those days the people depended on the
moon for light This was good in a way, '"'
and moon didn't send in h>ir hills on the I
ami moon didn't send in their bills on me .
each month. But the people needed more h-ht. a"
the Rhode Island Jews were enterprising i '-^
send out ships to catch whales, obtaining from
the sperm oil used for making candles The i
making business m America was thus l
Rhode Island Jewish business.
Rhode Island Jews gave light to the C
So it is only natural that Licht should be the na
of their governor.


lovember 22. 1968
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BOOK REVItYJ
svymour b. Uvbman
HEAVEN HELP US!
By HERBERT TARR
Pace 11-A
ert Tarr's Heaven Help
andom House, $5.95) is on
seller list and is billed
amorous book. Humor and
tic exhibitions of sex seem
the predominant means
as escapes from today's
as.
numor may be sick, black
It in poor taste, but people
toping for reasons to laugh
hings to laugh at. Unfortu-
oino of the people who
liuh at the quips, asides and
llecky bon mots of Heaven
Us! will be laughing at
selves, their own institu-
and ignorance of their own
It is a further pity that
c readers may not realize
the author sometimes errs
beneath the veneer of
Inor misconceptions are initi-
iiirnu'd.
lance, Bar Mitzvah is
ind not a verb. No one
Izvahed." Every boy is
Bar Mitzvah automatically
I tains the age of 13. No
except Father Time helps
to achieve that state, and
tie can prevent his achieving
|': the Conservative rabbi
s rhc fictional main char-
in the book seriously wrote
a note to a 13-year-
i ij that said, "You're going
to return all your gifts,
it you don't return to re-
school. Because I'll re-
your Bar Mitzvah and de-
you a BOY again." The
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some of the crudities in the book
such as the depiction of the rab-
bi's father, who is a successful
manufacturer of brassieres. After
meeting the dean of the theologi-
cal seminary, he says to his son,
"He's such a fine man. the dean!
Find out what size his wife is.
and I'll send her a gross of bras.''
Some occupants of pulpits will
not be amused by the young rab-
bi's comments on donning his
clerical robes, which he com-
pares to Batman's cape, saying.
"You'll never see me raise my
hands aloft in the pulpit, waving
those balloon-shaped sleeves. I'd
be afraid of substituting -.lump-
ing Jehosophat!' for the benedic-
tion."
The book is the story of a
young rabbi in his first pulpit and
begins with his hiring and ends
with his firing, plus an anti-
climax. The congregation, which
is only four years old. is situated
on Long Island The rather im-
mature rabbi i- an ineffective
speaker and prone to tell "white"
lies, but is a firm believer in
.social justice and civil rights.
Feeling free to rush into print, he
sends copies of his sermons in
which he calls the local Congress
man "a mental moron and ethical
eunuch," to the Times, append-
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Many clergymen of all faiths
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What many of these clergymen
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ly committed to their respective
faiths. The book reveals the con-
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arise when the rabbi ignores his
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Kessler To Head
Beth Am Celebration "Sfewfell Flopidian
Alan Kessler has been named
linner chairman of Temple Beth
Im's Bar Mitzvah Anniversary,
rhich will celebrate the 13th year
If the congregation's history and
If Dr. Herbert M. Baumgards
|er\ ice as its rabbi Dec. 14.
The function, scheduled for the
faeraton Four Ambassadors Hotel.
k:ll be the most significant social
Junction in Beth Am annals, ac-
cording to George M. Malin. presi-
dent.
Mr. Kessler is a past president
^f the South Dade synagogue, a
r of the board of directors
b; YM-YWHA of Greater Mi-
y. and one of the co-founders of
., Dutch Inn Motel system.
Mindlin, .Miami Herald c >1
t and Miami Dade Junior
[ professor, will address a
I i lational -Midway Brunch"

at 10:15 a.m. Sunday in the Temple
Beth Am Social Hall. His talk
open to all members of the congre-
gation, will mark the half-way
point in a concerted effort of Beth
Am's capital funds committee
headed by J. William Baros.
Mr. Mindlin. executive editor of
the Jewish Floridian before join-
ing the Herald, is a former Univer-
sity of Miami faculty member and
pas won numerous national awards
for his writing.
A committee of more than 60
hosts and hostesses is working with
Mr. and Mrs. Kessler on plans for
the Dec. 14 dinner-dance. Mr. and
Mrs. Byron Cherkas are cochair-
m (ii of the hosts and hostesses Mr
Cherkas also is a past president of
the congregation.
Serving on the entertainment
and program committee are Her-
man Feldman and Al Liebert, co-
ch m Mr, and M/s. Dona d
' ii lin, Col. and Mrs. Arthur Conn.
Al Lewis. Mrs Walter Diamond
and Mrs. Joan Schwartzman.
The arrangements and decora-
tions committee, of which Mrs,
Kessler is chairman, consists of
Mrs .1 William Baros, Mrs. ai
Lewis, Mr- Peter Moser, Mrs ,i.
lian Pearson and Mrs. Reuben
Soikin.
l'<-1t. x -<&. The reservations committee in-
M :^K/- f dudes Mrs. Maxwell Dauer, Mrs
r i Iward I isenberg, Mrs Sol Mey-
* vEJthtk ^^Ntaw* Jm erson, Mrs. Howard Rosen and
m mi mt Mrs. Joseph Solomon.
The congregation's drive to raise
an additional 450.000 for con-
struction of a new library, assem-
Wk. vA k bly room, classrooms and other fa.
^ eiiities will be reported on bv Mr.
Malm. Mr. Baros and Dr. Baum-
ALAN KtSSllR gard at Sunday's brunch.
Menorah Bond Dinner
Preparations Completed

rs of the Committee of
the Menorah Israel Din-
' State completed plans tor
dinner at a reception this
They were guests at the
>l Mr. and Mrs. William
i. who will serve as chair-
if the Host Committee for
to take place Sunday
'- Dec. 1, at the Fontaine-
Hotel.
II be at this occasion that
Rosen, chairman of the
ii Gulf American Land Cor-
n, and a nationally noted
in behalf of Israel, will be
Mr. Rosen will be the re-
' ot the highly coveted Israel
Minister's Medallion. The
*"ill be conferred upon him
iral Shloino Brell. Com-
mander-in-Chief of Israel's Navy,
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, .
itual leader of Temple Menorah.
said, "Jack Rosen has richly mer-
ited this honor in recognition ol
his service in Jewish life. Brother
of our beloved president, Leonard
Rosen, he is today an estet med
member of Temple Menorah Our
entire temple family will take
pride in joining this national trib-
ute to Jack Rosen "
Chairman of the dinner will be
Robert Siegel, Honorary chairman
is Leonard Rosen. Heading prep-
arations with them and Rabbi
Abramowitz are Mr. and Mrs Wil-
liam Sucher, chairmen of the
Corps of Host-: Mrs Irving S
num. president of the Sisterhc I
and Alfred Golden, president of
the Men's Club.
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y
Discussing plans for the Menorah-Israel Dinner of State,
'o take place on Sunday eveninq. December 1. at the Fon-
ainebleau Hotel, are (from left). Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz,
6P"i'ual leader of Temple Menorah; Robert Siegel, dinner
chairman, and William Sucher, chairman, with his wife.
* 'he Committee of Hosts.
Miami, Florida, November 22, 1968
Sectio.". 5
Taking part in a special Veterans Day Ser-
vice aboard the US. Coast Guard Cutter
Hollyhock are (from left); Chaplain Edmund
W. Holmes Jr.. Veteran's Administration
Hospital; Rabbi Solomon Schiff, Beth El
Congregation and Coordinating Chaplain
of the Community Chaplaincy Service; Ed-
ward J. Cooper, Commissioner cf Veterans
Affairs, Flo.ida 10th Congressional District,
Father David Russell, The Voice, Miami; and
M. J. McCuskor. aide to E. J. Coop-?-. "
service was ,. ucted fouj miles oul I
sea where a wreath was dropped into
water. The service also commemorated
sacrifice of the four chaplains who gave up
their life jackets to four other men, du
the second world war. and wenf dow.i v..
the Dorchester.
BURIDINE'S
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Friday, November 22, 1968
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Israel Educator Due
Here Next Week
Rabbi Eliyahu Kitov, Israeli au-
thor, scholar and educator, will be
in the Miami area Monday and
Tuesday to meet with educators,
rabbis and religious leaders of the
community.
Rabbi Alexander Gross, principal
of the Hebrew Academy said Rabbi
Kitov will meet with the Academy
faculty Monday night.
Tuesday he will lecture at an
8:30 p.m. meeting of the Hebrew
Teachers Alliance of Greater Miami
in the Academy Library, Rabbi
Shimon Azulay, president of the
Alliance, has announced.
Rabbi Kitov has published more
than 14 books, many of which are
being used as aids to the Hebrew
curriculum in Jewish day schools.
During his stay in Miami Beach,
Kabbi Kitov will be a guest of
K.ibbi and Mrs. Gross.
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Cocktails For 'Singles'
The Singles of North Miami
Beach will hold a cocktail pj
the King Cole Cocktail Lounge.
Bay Dr., Miami Beach, at 8
May. Mk
r,ls,s sketch of the new $500,000 Greater
Miami Medical Center to be built in Ramleh,
CfS nd.? the joint sponsorship of the
South Florida Council for Medical Services
and Vocational Training in Israel and of
* Israel Histadrut Committee of Greater
Miami. The facility will serve the Medical
needs of Ramleh and Neighboring Towns
Histadrut Announces
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partment, laboratories, surgery.
other units featuring the most
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KABBI UIYAHU KIJ0V
Plans for a new $500,000 Greater
Miami Medical Center in Ramleh.
Israel were to be unveiled Thurs-
day night at the HistadrutKupat
Holim dinner at the Font.iinebleau
Hotel honoring Malcolm Wolden-
berg. chairman of the board of the
Mercantile National Bank of Mi-
ami Beach.
The new building, which is to
serve the growing medical needs of
the Israeli city where the Greater
Miami "Amal" Technical High
School was opened earlier this
year, will be a joint project of the
South Florida Council for Medical
Services and Vocational Training
in Israel and of the Israel Histad-
rut Committee of Greater Miami
A banquet at the Fontainebleau
Hotet Dec. 15 will honor Mr. and
Mrs. Morris N'ewmark. Miami
Beach religious and communal
leaders, for their role in the up-
building of Israel. The Newmarks
have contributed five medical
clinics and a synagogue at a home
for the aged in Israel through His-
tadrut and its medical arm, the
Kupat Holim.
Jacob Rifkin. who will serve as
chairman of the dinner honoring
the Newmarks. said a leading Is-
raeli diplomat win speak at the
function which will be cosponsored
by the American Histadrut Devel-
opment Foundation.
Knesset member Itzhak Ben-
Aharon was to be the principal
speaker at Thursday nights din-
ner, at which Dr. Leon Kronish.
national vice president of Histad-
rut. was honorary chairman. Moe
j Levin, president of the Israel His-
tadrut Committee here, presided.
The new medical center will in-
clude a complete gynecology de-
cardiac department, and many
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Friday. November 22, 1968
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Presidents of all chapters of the Mizrachi
Women s Organization of South Florida are
seen with Mrs. Alfred Stone, coordinator of
the Florida Council of the Mizrachi Women
as they formulated plans for the first an-
nual Chanukah-Israel Dinner of State to be
sponsored by the Mizrachi Women. The din-
ner or. behalf of Israel Bonds will be held
on Wednesday. December 18, at the Deau-
ville Hotel. Seen here, from left are: Mrs.
Rea Reiman. president of Shalom Chapter;
Mrs. Rachel Katz Laufer. Miami Beach Chapt-
er; Mrs. Herman Shaw Hadar Chapter; Mrs.
Stone; Mrs. Hyman Kolko. Hatikvah Chapt-
er; Mrs. Morris Sokol. Kinneret Chapter,
Mrs. Louis Tokayer. Dov Chapter; and Mrs.
Simon April, Aviva Chapter.
First Mizrachi Women's Bond Fete
Is Scheduled For December 18
Plans for the first Clianuka'i-
Israel Dinner of State to be spon-
sored b> the Mizrachi Women's
Organization of South Florida were
initiated at a meeting of the heads
ol all chapters in the area this
week The dinner will be held at
the Deauville Hotel Wednesday
Dec. 18.
In announcing details of the
ent. to be held in joint sponsor
p with the Israel Bond Ornaniza
'ii. Mi- Alfred Stone, coordinator
' the Florida Council of the Miz-
rachi Women, noted. "Since this
Mill be the first such event for the
community and a first for Mizrachi
Women, every phase of the event
will reflect the color and drama of
( hanukah and Israel in her 20th
jear of statehood "
Named to serve as cochairmen
01 the dinner were Mrs. Hyman I
Kolko. Hatikvah Chapter president.
and Mrs. Herman I.. Shaw, presi-
dent of the Hadar Chapter Serv-
ing on the Planning Committee
with them and Mrs. Stone are
chapter presidents Mrs. Simon
April. Aviva: Mrs. Louis Tokayer.
Dov: Mrs. Morris Sokol, Kinneret;
Mrs. Rachel Katz Laufer, Miami
Beach: Mis. Kea Reiman. Shalom.
and Mrs. Jonah Caplan, Batva.
Arrangements are being made
lo have a noted Israeli figure .1- a
special miest of honor at the din-
ner, accordion to Mrs, Stone, who
promised, "Our Chanukah-Israel
Dinner of State will be the scene of
an unprecedented program filled
with joy and meaning."
Israel league Card Party
Aids Handicapped Home
The Women's League for Israel.
Lincoln Miami Beach Chapter, will
hold a card party at its regular
meeting at 12:30 p.m. Friday at
100 Lincoln Road Clubhouse.
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Friday. Nortunber 22. 1958
Doris M. Stone
Is Married To
{Charles Graham
Doris Marie Stone was married
to Char!es Aldcn Graham Satur-
day. Nov. 16, at the Algiers Hotel.
Daughter of Mrs. Dorothy S.
Stone, 2051 NE 170th St., North
Miami Beach, the bride is a gradu-
ate of North Miami High School
and attended Charron Williams
Commercial College. Her husband,
.son of Mrs. Catherine A. Graham.
nw 188th st is .. graduate of
North Miami High School and the
Sheffield School of Aeronautic*.
After : wedding trip to Japan,
the couple will live in North Miami
Beach,
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PW 7?
I Pre Holiday
I Dinner Set By
Pioneer Women
Pioneer Women's Club 1 will
hold its annual pre-Thanksgivini;
Dinner at 6:30 p.m. Sunday in the
Royal Hungarian Restaurant. Mrs.
Joseph Kranti i> dinner chairman
and guest speaker is Mrs. Milton
Green. A musical program will be
presented by vocalist Regina Ba-
lin. Mrs. Robert Garber is Chapter
president.
Temple Menorah
Adult Education
Series Expanded l
MRS. IRA COLTA.V
Carol Greenfeld
Is Married In
/Yetc York City
Carol Helene Greenfeld. dan li-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. David Green-
feld. 1572 S. Glades Dr., North
Miami Beach, was united in mar-
riage to Ira Bertram Coltan of
Pioneer Women Club 2 will
!-. nor Mrs. sally Greenberg, chap-
ter treasure]-, at a dinner Wednes-
day at 6 p.m. in the Royal Hun-
garian Restaurant. Mrs. Esther
iff is chairman. Guest artist
will be Lottie Tammorl Mrs
Packar, chapter president, will
-...nte the chapter's officers.
day eveninq,
Mrs Anna Seltzer, president of p ,
Golds Meir Chapter. Pioneer Worn- Fontaineb.eau Ho,e
en, announced that the chapter
will observe Jewish Book Month
at its next regular meeting. 1 p.m.
Wednesday in the Washington Fed-
eral Bank. 1234 Washington Ave.
Louis Schwartzman, executive di-
rector of the Bureau of Jewish Ed-
ucation. will review the book.
An experimental tourse in Con-
versational Hebrew and a new
approach to the subject of "B sic
Judaism" are included in the ex-
panded Adult Education Pr-
at Temple Menorah which be^ar.
ruesdaj ni hi
"B'Yad Halashon." a methi
rig Hebrev used succI
;. childn n, v ill be tri
11 s in t he
lang mr Ro .. I H<
Gen. S. L. A. Marshal!, military '' s !"'
, .,, J Sell il, w been epe
strategist and writer, will speak (ral,
on Israels Six-Day War at the gtruel ,
annual dinner of the Jewish !; Mayer Abramowitz,
National Fund to be held Sun- Temple's
Dec. 8 at the "" co
Kadimah Group To Hear
Hadassah Region Chairman
Mrs. Avner Lewis, regional edu-
cational chairman of Hadassah,
will speak on "Light of Life" at
the luncheon meeting of Kadimah
Union. N.J.. on Sunday. Nov. 17, at "Tower of Babel." and Mrs. Frieda G of Hadassah in the Singa-
Plaza in New York Levitan will sing Jewish folksengs. ,, .. tx
, pore Hotel at noon Monday. Dec. 2.
Paul Blinder
Hi Rise Tikva Chapter will have
a Chanukah celebration at 1 p.m.
Tuesday. Dec. 3. in Forte Towers.
1200 West Ave. Isaac Finklestein
will speak on "Chanukah, Past and
Present," and Regina Balin will be
featured as the guest artist.
MRS. CHARUS GRAHAM
JWV Ladies
To Serve Turkey
To Servicemen
A traditional Thanksgiving tur- Cleveland. Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. Nor-
the Parkside
City
The bride, a graduate of Coral
Gables High School and the Uni-
versity of Chicago, is employed by
IBM in San Jose. Calif.
Mi Coltan. whose parents are
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Coltan of
i Union, N.J., graduated from Union
i City High School and Rutgers Uni-
] versity. He is employed as a phar-
macist in San Francisco.
After a honeymoon in the Carib-
bean, the couple will live in Marin
County, California. | YM-YWHA of Greater Miami. 8500
Among guests at the ceremony SW Eighth St, will hold their an-
were Mrs. Jules Greenfield, Akron. I nual Thanksgiving Dinner pro-
Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Singer, sram at noon Sunday at the Y.
1 nit s I
. :- each These cla- ri-
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DADt'S MOST POPULAR
PARTY MUSICIAN
JEWISH-AMKKAN
PROGRAM
ANDOR KELLERT
Y Senior Citizens Groups
Slate Thanksgiving Dinner
The Senior Citizens groups of the
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key supper will be served to all
servicemen in this area by ladies
of the Jewish War Veterans Auxil-
iaries, Department of Florida at
the Servicemen"* Center headquar-
ters. 10th St. and Ocean Dr., Miami
Beach at 8 p.m. Saturday. Nov. 30.
Their uniform will be the ticket
of admission for men of all branch-
es of the Armed Forces. Mrs. Rose
Spielberg, chairman, said.
ton Greenfeld. Alhambra. Calif..
and Mrs. Edward Greenfeld of
Ventura, Calif.
ink Year
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Friday. November 22. 1968
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Paqe 9-S

Richard lavin
Mindy Abrams
Mindy, daughter oi Mr, and Mrs
Israel Abrams. will observe her
Baa Mitzvafa Friday evening, Not
22. at Beih Torah Congregation.
An eighth grade honor student
at John F, Kennedy Junior High
School, Mindy is executive'vice
president of the ISY group at Beth
Torah.
A reception in Mindy's honor
will follow the services for adults
and on Dee 8. Mindy's friends will
attend Pirate's World In honor of
her Ba> Mitzvah.

Stuart Cohen
Stuart, son oi Mr. and Mrs Reu-
ben Cohen will observe his Bar
Mitzvah on Thursday. Nov. 28. at
Young Israel of Greater Miami.
Stuart, who has attended the
Young Israel Religious School for
wo years, is a student at Parkway
lunior High School.
A Kiddush at the synagogue will
be held following the services, and
:. reception will be held in the
tvening at home, in Stuart's honor.
Aaron Fishman
Aaron Bruce, son of A. Lawrence
Fishman, 4430PrairieAve., Miami
Beach, will observe his Bar Mitz-
ah a! Temple Beth R iphael Satur-
day morning. Nov. 23.
Bruce is in the eighth grade at
NautuUi Junior High School, and
plays clarinet in the School's band.
A Kiddush-receptioa will follow
the services Saturday morning, dur-
ing which Bruce will read from
he Torah. eh.ini the llaftarah. and
. onduci part of the service.
Andrew Friedenn
on Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 28.
Andrew Lee, son of Mr. and Mrs
lerald Friedenn; !84o sw i;jth
/it will become Bar Mitzvah at
Temple or olom at the 9:80 a m.
sen ices
Andrew is an eighth grade stu-
dent ai Rockway Junior High
s< hool.
A catered breakfast will be held
in Temple Or Oloms Waklman Hall
following the services.
Among the guests will be An
drew's grandparents, Mr, and Mrs
Benjamin Friedenn. his grand
mother, Mrs. Ann Horvitz, from
Providence. R.I.. and many Others
from Boston and New York.
ffiso Rosenthal Aaron Fish
Mark Goldstein
Mark, son of Mr and MrsTifJer-
aid Goldstein, will observe his Bar
Mitzvah Saturday morning. Nov.
23, ai Beth Torah Congregation.
An eighth grade student at .John
F Kenned) Junior High School,
where he is in the accelerated
Class, Mark has been attending the
Harold Wolk Religious School for
several years and will become :I
member ol the Confirmation class
Of 1970
Following the services, there will
be an Oneg Shabbat in Marks
honor, and a reception will be held
al ionic
Mona Heller
Mona Sue. daughier of Mr. and
Mrs. Daniel Neal Heller, will be-
come Bas Mitzvah on Saturday,
Nov. 23. at Temple Emami-KI.
The celebrant, an eighth grade
student at Nautilus Junior High
School, will be honored by her
, family at a luncheon to be held at
! her homo immediately following
,'the worship service, and by her
I school friend- in the evening,
Mona's grandparents. Jack Star
and Mrs Lillian Heller, will attend
1 the event.
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Amy Hirschberg
Amy. daughter of Mr. and Mrs
Arthur Hirschberg. will observe
her Bas Mitzvah Friday evening.
Nov. 22. at Beth Torah Congrega
lion, where her mother has been a
a leather at the Beth Torah Pre
School lor man) years
A seventh grade student al John
F. Kennedy Junior High School.
Amy ha- been attending the Beth
Torah Religious School tor several
.'.ears and will become a member
.)f the Confirmation (lass of 1I17D
Following the services a recep-
tion for family and friends will he
I held iii the synagogue.
Jeffrey Kimmel
At the 9 a m. services Saturday,
NOV 23. Jeffrcj Alan, -on of Mr
and Mrs, Bill Kimmel. 1 Tito SW
87th PI., will become Bar Mitzvah
at Ahavat Shalom Congregation,
985 SW fiTth Ave West Miami.
Jeffrey, an eighth grade -'udent
at Rockway Junior High School.
plays violin in the school orchestra.
He i- al-o a member of the V.MHA.
Construction gets underway on the Royal
Atlantic, 238 apartment condominium on
Miami Beach, expected to be ready for oc-
cupancy in July 1969. The new apartment
complex is being built on the Ocean at
Fifth Street, on the site of a long-time South
Beach landmark. Cook's Bath House. In
addition to its long, sandy white beacr
ideal for ocean bathing, the condominiurr
will provide everything for gracious Flo-
rida living a huge swimming pool, ou"
door and in-door recreation areas, anc
sauna baths and steam rooms for bath me:,
and women.
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11 A.M. 9 P.M.
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where he is on the football, base-
ball and volleyball teams.
Mr and Mrs. Kimmel will host
the Kiddush following the service.
In the evening, Jeffrey will be hon-
ored by his parents at a dinner-
reeeptinn at the synagogue.
Out of town guests will be com-
ing from Paterson. N.,1 and his
grandmother, Mrs. Mary Nelson of
Miami Beach, wilj attend.
Steven Kingsber.-j
At 8:30 Saturday morning, Nov.
23. Steven Mark, son of Mr and
Mrs. David Kingsberg, 1825 sw
85th Ave. will be called to the
Torah for his liar Mitzvah at
Temple Or Olom.
Steven Is a student at Weal
Miami Junior High School, where
he is in the eighth grade.
Mr. and Mrs. Kingsberg will host
the Ones Shabbat following Friday
night services as well as the Kid-
dush following Saturday morning's
services. Saturday night they will
hold open house in honor ol the
celebrant
Among the guests expected are
Steven's grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs Benjamin Kingsberg, and his
aunt and uncle, Mr and Mrs
Morris Schwartz.
Richard Lavin
Richard, son oi Mr and Mrs.
Jack Lavin of North Miami Beach,
will become Bar Mitzvah .ii Beth
Tor.ih Congregation on Saturday,
Not 2:t.
An eighth grade honor student al
John 1". Kennedy Junior High
School. Richard attends the Harold
Wolk Religious School and will
join the Confirmation class ol
1970.
A reception will be held in his
honor Saturday evening at the Dip-
lomat Country Club. Out of town
guests will include Mrs Estelle
Langs, Richard's grandmother, and
his uncle and aunt. Dr. and Mrs.
Harold Langs.
Jeffrey Margolin
Jeffrey Alan, son of Mr. and Mrs
Robert Margolin, will Ik- called to
the Torah as a Bar Mitzvah Satur-
day, Nov. 23, at Temple /ion.
where his parents have been active
members for three years.
Jeffrey, an eighth grade student
at (Hades Junior High School, is
on the Optimist and K-Land Foot-
ball teams.
A reception honoring the Bar
Mitzvah will be held at the Mar-
golin home Saturday evening The
guests will include his grandpar-
ents. Mrs. C. Rutkin of Tampa,
and Mr. ami Mrs. Jack Margolin
of Jacksonville.
Guests taking part in the "All-
yah" ceremonies will be Jack Mai
Lolin. William Rafkind, Barney
Margolin, Andrew Rafkind, Nate
Royal Atlantic Will Be Ready In July
Pointed toward a July, '(>!) com-
pletion date, construction of the
new Royal Atlantic Condominium
is underway at Fifth Street and
the Ocean. Miami Beach.
Being built on its own stretch of
white sandy beach, all of the con
dominium's 238 anartments will
share a view of the blue Atlantic.
In each of the one-bedroom, one-
Goldberg, Dennis Rafkind, Morton
Benjamin and Larry Kaplan

Risa Rosenthal
Risa Joy, daughter oi Mrs, Lois
Rosenthal. will become Bas Mitz-
vah at Temple Emanu-EI Satur-
day, Nov. 23.
Risa, who is in the eighth grade
al Nautilus Junior High School,
and a member of the school chorus, !
will be honored al a reception fol
lowing the worship service at the
Algiers Hotel.
Mr. and Mrs Joseph Friedman
Risa's grandparents, will attend the
event.
bath, and studio efficiency 8 pa
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tiled baths, wall-to-wall carpeting,
and private terraces, plus all-el
trie kitchens featuring the most
modern push-button appliances
The outdoor and indoor reel ia
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feature a safety-checked swimming
pool, patios, sun decks, shufl e
hoard courts, carpeted billiard
room, card lounge, and separati
sauna hath- for men and women.
Temporar; offices oi the deve
opers, who a'so conceive Po
East and Marlen Gardens, are
cated on the premises under the
direction of Theresa B lili. sa es
manager
Expert he p i decorati ig
furnishing their new apartments is
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Friday. November 2
2,
Near Westchester
Immaculate-Spacious
r Bedroom. 1 Bth, Home
Florida room, garage, fenced,
sprinklers, Well. Carpets,
drapes, refrigerator, gas heat.
3 air conditioners, shutters.
Block to Gables bus. street
lights, sidewalk*, near scho-
ols, pood neighbors.
$18,500.00
3C20 S.W. 96 Avenue
Inspection by Appointment
Phone OWNER -J48.S258
On Beautiful Wide
Biscayne Bay
Boy Harbor Island. 4 Bed-
room, 3 Baths. Perfect condi-
tion. Large rooms, Pool, Boat
Dock. Fla. Room, Foyer, liv-
ing, Dining, Kitchen and
Breakfast Room. Air Coad. A
Cen. Heat. 175' deep x 123'
on water. 110' on Street. Lot
and a Half. Garage
OWNER 866-8359
DOLL HOUSE
IN SOUTHWEST MIAMI
On quiet dead-end street,
edge of Grove and Gobies. 1
bedroom, jalousied Florida
room, enclosed garage, in-
terior completely remodeled
two years ago, nicely land-
scaped, many bearing fruit
trees, perfect for retirees.
Price S8.5O0. Requires $6,500
cosh, balance $75 month.
2715804.
f cntltome
OlM-Oll.l/
IN COCONUT GROVE
$1000 PER MONTH
2 URGE PRIVATE PATIOS
2 BEDROOMS 2 BATHS
Lovely Landscaped Pool Area
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443-8672
444-8597
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of just *|Uamont+
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SAVE UP TO 2SS ON LARGER TRACTS
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13 rriles from the St Johns R er
Water sk.ing. swimming, boat ng
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IM IX 151st St. rV S4S-ITI1
HIGHWAY FRONTAGE
10 ACRES 1 MILE FROM CITY
$27,000 GOOD TERMS
Call 247-0857 or 247-8788
VELMA S. GRAY
Realtor
1135 N. KROME, HOMESTEAD
MONTKELLO, N. Y.
100 Acre Sunimer Resort
with Pool. Casino. Large 3
bedroom, 3 bath home Gros-
ses $C5.000 from 3* Rental
units. All Rented for Sum.
ONLY $100,000
FREE ANO CLEAR
mer. 1969.
Owner will consfder $35,000
down payment or exchange
for Apts.. Automotive Busi*
ness o rCocktail Lounge in
Miami area.
BERLOW REISFIEID Realtors
1140 N E 163rd Street
Phone 945-4308
BEAUTY SALON and
APARTMENTS
FOR SALE
At 30 N.E. 62nd St.
By Owner Call For
Appointment
945-2985
55 MOTEL UNITS
GOOD location, pool. S79.C00
gross, possible $50.00
Will Handle
CENTRAL DADE
Realtors 448-4489
1241 S.W. 27th Avenue
Miami, Florida
55-ROOM HOTEL
RIGHT in heort of Miami.
Pool, lounge, Dining room.
SS0.0OO, down. Price $200,-
000. Gross SI 39,160.
ART D'AMKO, ASSOCIATE
KEYES CO. 43rd Year
REALTORS
100 Rise Blvd. 371-3592
Want Your
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Service Station
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including ample area for the establish-
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Two sales locations North Miami and
Coral Gables. May be franchised togeth-
er or separately For additional in-
formation, phone: KIFKINi .
949-6341
OCEAN GRANDE APT. & HOTEL
37lh, & COLLINS AVE.
Directly ON THE OCEAN
PHONE 532-172!
15 OF 72 ROOMS
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2 Modern Service Stations for lease. 1570
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potential.
Contact J. D. GRANTHAM,
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BARGAIN!
6C ACRES (TAMIAMIA TRAIL FRONTAGE)
INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY $3C,000
(Buy Now Foi Further Profit)
AL ROTH, REALTY
5832073
Fi louderdole) Wl S 19
,________ (Miami)
WILL TRADE
2C'x46S' Factory Site. On
Milan Dairy Rd. N.W. 72nd
Ae. S60,00C rW and Cleor
as Down Payment on Apt.
Moose.
Call Owner
754-4484
SPECIAL SITUATIONS
MONEY available for busi-
ness loons, real estate, 1st
and 2nd mortgages. Coll
532-4435 William H. Fishman
407 Lincoln Road,
Miomi Beach
Jf 922
CONDOMINIUM
RESALE specious corner 2
bedroom 2 bath, has 2 bal-
conies. Priced right, good
terms. 2072 NX 169th St.,
North Miomi Beach.
Call 534-6163
A STEAL!
52 luxurious Apts. Swim-
Pool. Elevator. $200,000
Cosh. Balance 60 mortgage.
Excellent Return.
Elaine Beck, Realty
600 Lincoln Rood Building
Boon. 26 531-6301
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY
AMERICAN NUT
Sales Of So. Florida
6660 BISCAYNE BLVD.
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Part Time No Selling
EARN $600 monthly, 4 to 6
hours weekly easy and plea-
sant replacing inventory,
small investment. For ap-
pointment Call 757-1504.
KOSHER HOUSE
INDIAN CREEK
MOTOR INN
Dock: Elevator: Bus at Door;
Cooking facilities in
Every Roam:
Monthly or Yearly.
ATTRACTIVE RATIS
6060 INDIAN CREEK DRIVE
Phone 865-9361
FOR SALE
HARDWARE STORE
Grossing Over $6C,000 Yearly
Good Location. Owner
Phone 688-8376
Real Estate Mortgages
BOUGHT
SOLD
PLACE
PYCO MORTGAGE CO.
754-4484
7979 N.E. 2nd Ave.,
Miami, 33138
PRIME
INTERAMA AREA
7 Units Furnished
Stones throw from shopping
center, Banks, N. Miami Gen.
Hosp., Fine Restaurants, Ite.
1st mtge at 60. Grosses
$10,360 on yearly leases. No
Brokers. 949 5659.
FOR RENT
FLA. Keys cobin on ocean
canal, Marathon Shores,
sleeps 4 comfortobly,
by month only.
Inquire Mssry Ringemonn,
5908 S.W. 82 Street
South Miami
Phone 666-0251
LOCATED IN
DOWNTOWN MIAMI
Tailoring, Alteration, Clean-
ing and laundry. Close to 3
department stores. 35 years
same location. Owner
Retiring.
Call 373-6806
FOR SALE
HARDWARE
STORE
GROSSING OVER
$60,000 YEARLY
Good location. Owner
PHONE 688 8376
CO-OP
FOR
SALE
MAGNIFICENT view on |.y
Harbor Islond k,Wr| '
Heated Pool,, ^ J*
a.r cond., newly decorated,
.nclud.ng lovely carpe,ing. ,
bedroom opt. Priced or S2I
000. Call f apPoi,meB| .
866-9035.
^ COCONUT GROVE
HOnu FOR rent
Boyshore Dr. Estate Home
Colonial. 2 Fireplaces. 4 Bed-
room, 4 Baths p|vs moj|).$
quarters. Completely l(re,n.
ed pool and potio oreo. Fully
equipped kitchen with dish-
washer and disposal, ttd-
rooms carpeted. Will f(nf
either seasonal or by the
year.
Call 443 8672, 444-8597
Cburiec Compien
24Hcui Ser.;e
LELA B. REED, ReattM-
575 NE 125th Street
North Miami, Florida
Phone 751-1688
UOPPORWHllV.l
GET in en ground floor. Nev
Kesmetic (Containing Mink lil
Newly introduced n Florida
751-0320 I
WATERFRONT LOTS
FOR SALE
Grand Bahama Islond
Queens Co>?
Moke Recsonob!.' Offer!
305-235-1115
!!BIG BUSINESS!!
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Broker 443-2547
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Coin operated vending
Equipment Bes Motefs /
Local Area Nc Merchan- '
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Full or part time write
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r. November 22, 1968
1968
Buttons Stars
I.N.F. Benefit
m, Dec. 14
1968 version of "Israelis Are
in'* will bring Broadway and
[star Red Buttons back to Mi-
1 Bi .ich Saturday, Dec. 14. in a
L at the Miami Beach Audi-
lum sponsored by the Jewish
>nal Fund Council of Greater
lini. It will be directed and pro
led by Shmurl Fershko, who
te the musical libretto of the
ladway show It's Never Too
I Happiness."
In addition to Ked Buttons, the
>u v ill feature Rivka Raz, I-
My Fair Lady," and the
el Han Trio, a singing and
pi tar-playing group.
rJkn-isti fkridHiann
Paqe 113
DLer Thank'sgi^ 'Stare Package' Program Is Way To Help Israel
The Falher Child dinner snnn ^ neu-pst. n\u itm *n Mnnu tmn ~r r.___u _____*_..
sored annually by Tmple Beth Am
Brotherhood, has been scheduled
j.r Ye(lnosday nihl- >e eve of
H Thanksgiving.
Originally conceived to give the
; mothers of the family time to pre-
pare for the holiday festivities, the
affair has taken on added impor-
tance as a means of bridging the
gap between fathers and their chil-
dren.
names and entertainment and
gilts for children will be features
of the evening.
ifSfi n ** Itcm t0 reach!,ion of W Israeli manufacturers, are such items as gefilte fish ,
"SSJ,!J mad from Israel., the Israeligov^rnments Export | tato pancake mix. pumpernick,
.''" a Sharc Package," it Institute anWMPMinistry of Com- gourmet soups, honev. preserve-
2i an,S^er?US,assortmcnt of I mcrcc and **** "ndied fruits, nuts, chocolate-
KnshT nrL ? f0,aim, a" of Payments, the new gift plan was plus many more. It s a gnat gi>
JffttS h I L, ^^ rarhCadt;f' b>' Sam SolvCr f 5812 what a wonderful way to ui
United TmSh trhachcd ,he ^etr!S Dr- Miami Beach' with someone a Happy Chanukah!"
united state, through the coopera- i the enthusiastic backing of many
Greater Miami Jewish leaders.
Ifi
rove Playhouse
adies Opening
f Lavish Season
I i onul Grove Playhouse will
r Miami the i xciting,
colors of Broadway as
' r season is painted
lavish stroke! from a dazzling
ol comedy, music and
It's a drea n se ison," benmed
man, the creative young
I .. h<> goei into seventh
I" as producer at the Grove
Playhouse.
an was particularly ecstatic
ince the schedule of 10 shows-
nich run from late November to
Me April- are either still lighting
B ,, Men York stage or have only
' ly closed.
"We arc seeking top stars and
chicles, and some of the plays
[nd casts are still in negotiation,"
Bid a Playhouse spokesman.
Opening the winter season Nov. j
fi i- "Your Own Thing," current-
m its second sell-out season in
iw York. Judged the best musical
1388, it also won the New York
k'ama Critic's Award.
Hadassah Groups
Plan Meetings
croups of the Miami Beach
Chapter of Hadassah have an
nounced plans for regular meet
Hsrzl Group will hold its n
meeting at i >nday in II i
AI-:: '- Hoti' Spec a p ram and
"'"-' an oi the agi nda Mrs Mil-
ton Wcinberg is president.
The Stephen S. Wise Group will
hold its luncheon meeting at ii-;>o
a.m. Monday. Dec. 2, in ihe i
' niers lloti I Gui i
Mr Syl\ Kurla id \ film i i
titled "The Essence of it All" will
be shown, '.< [lowed by community
singing. Mrs. Abraham Magid is
president.
The Southgate Group was to hold
a card and games party Thursday
in the Terrace Room of the South-
gate Bldg. Mrs. Pearl Elkin was
to be chairman of the day.
The regular monthly meeting is
scheduled for Monday. Dec. !). in
the Terrace Room of the South-
gate. Mrs. Max Cohen is president.
Steins Honored By Oholei
School at Cocktail Party
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Stein will
be honored by Oholei Torah School I
for their philanthropic efforts in i
its behalf, at a cocktail party Sat-
urday at 7:30 p.m. at the home of j
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Schechtcr, 4400 !
Pinetree Dr., Miami Beach.
Mandeil And Levitt
Head North Miami
Funeral Chapel
plains, "the average family will be
able to really do something for
Israel, and get more than their
money's worth in merchants,
The North Miami Funeral Chapel, i ,.Tk ., ,
Inc.. 13385 West Dixie Hwv is I T vay ,t works is that a per-
no,, under the direction of Sonnv 0 ,< 'T **to order, a
Levitt, vice president, who is a V??*?!*** bl'u"" 'Ul'ml
licensed funeral director f K"iu'" anyonp ln the "<"'
Mr. Levitl and his wife Susan Th "T th Shi"'"
have been Florida residents for tI^ ''";,'";:: I'" ','!''
the pas, 15 year-. He attended wl,,,*, '""'' Is.raeL u'
Miami-Dade Junior College, the V ;
diversity of Florida, and gradu S?t ann U YTrT^
ated from the American Academy- *""' ls.dcuveried b> ,h' "
! Ulister Institute ol Funeral 2?" anyw^e. % l ni1
ice Mates and because the ;
age ( omes luty-ft ee. the
Asso ti th Riverside Memo- Bering a Share Pack i
Chapels for five years, Mr. ''"' exceeding the price paid I -
Levitt is active in Harmony Lodge, a rea' mitzvah to the luckj re<
B'nai B'rith, a member of Temple ienl oi the gift; too- imagine re-
Sinai and a Special Instructor in ce'ving a share ol Israel! Inclu
I First Aid American Red
Cross.
Pros i the North Miami
Funeral Chapel, Inc. is Cantor
Emmanuel Mandeil, long a North
Dade resident. He and his wife,
.Miriam, are the parent- two
daughters, Ilene and Sheri.
For many years Mr Mandeil has
I active in community affairs
He is a pas; state commander of
the Jewish War Veterans, a past
commander of the Abe Horrowitz
Post, J\vv. and holds membership
in the North Miami Beach Elks
Club, the Skelly-McLeon Post of
American Legion, the North Dade
B'nai B'rith, and the New York
Club. A past chancellor of North
Miami Beach Lodge. Knights of
Pythias, he has been chaplain of
the Footlighters Club for 11 years,
and is an honorary life member of
Congregation B'nai Raphael.
Mr. Silver suggested that anyone
wishing to order Share Package-
should contact him directh
provide S5 million a year to Israel calling 864-9054, and stressed thai
tor the first time." Mr. Silver ex- delivery is guaranteed.
"Share" has been designed to
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pon convenienttv servo th
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AW Religious
Rituals Observed
Doctor-Author Speaks At
Cancer Society Meeting
Dr. Charles S. Cameron, author
of the best-seller "The Truth About
Cancer" will address the Board of
Directors. Dade County Unit,
American Cancer Society, at their
annual meeting Friday at Miami
Springs Villas, Since publication
the book has been translated into
nine foreign languages.
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"dewish Florid Jain
Miami, Florida. November 22. 1968
Sectior
A Quarter Century Of Devotion
In spite of a schedule thai often entails 18-hour
days, Dr. Irving Lehrman never allows himsell to
I,,' far removed from any corner of congregational
life at Temple Emanu-El.
He is a frequent speaker and visitor at the
Emanu El '49ers, an organization of the synagogue's
older members. Jusl as often, he meets with and
guides the activities of the Sisterhood and of a vi-
brant Parent Teachers Association.
Dr Lehrman has set up a group of young married
es, which meets regularly, and drops in without
advance notice as the celebrated Temple Emanu-El
Players rehearse in their new auditorium adjacent
to the sanctuary.
lie finds time to review the studies of almost
every student in the Solomon Schechter Day School
being renamed in his honor and in the daily and
weekend schools at both the 17th Street and the
77th Street branches
Brotherhood activities are followed close)) by
thl rabbi, and he attends and participate- in many
ol their dinner and board meetings.
United Synagogue Youth groups never know
when Dr. Lehrman will join them to discuss perti-
nent issues ni the day
Some groups, of course, meet regularly with the
rabbi. One of these is in its eighth year -a Torah
luncheon Club that meets at the Shelborne Hotel on
i rsdays for a 45 minute Torah study over lunch.
More than 50 of the city's most prominent bankers.
attorneys, doctors and merchants study the Bible.
Talmud and prayerlniok with the rabbi at these
weekly sessions. The spiritual feast at the hotel a
couple of blocks from the temple, is a seasonal
event beginning in January. This year's chairman.
Mayor Shepard Broad of Bay Harbor Islands, is al-
ready getting telephone calls from additional busi-
nessmen who wish to take part.
The number of weddings, Bar Mitzvahs and
other naapy events presided over by Dr. Lehrman
us Into the thousands, and on Sunday night scores
i| the participants in those festivities will join with
hundreds of Greater Miamians and national leaders
saluting the rabbi
On both Friday nights and Saturday mornings
luring the greater part of the year, long lint ol
people waiting to attend Temple Emanu-El services
levelop Members ha\e such a high percentage nt
I tendance that visitors from other Conservative
congregations In the United States and Canada must
rite months in advance to get guest tickets For
more than a decade, the congregation has been
forced to use the Miami Beach Municipal Auditorium
the street [,,r High Holy Days services, ,n
rder to accommodate the nearly 4.ixin worshippers.
Mar the congregation also held simultaneous,
lt teenage, junior congregation and sub-
. services.
A graduate of the Jewish Institute ol Religion
New York City, Dr. Lehrman earned there the
" ol Rabbi and Master of Hebrew Literature.
served as a student rabbi ol Temple Shomrei
ih in Montclair, N.J before assuming Ihe pul-
remple Emanu-El, which was then known as
' Miami Beach Jewish center. The congregation
DR. IRVING LEHRMAN
has grown six fold during his 25 years as spiritual
leader, and moved from 1415 Euclid Ave to its
present 1701 Washington Ave. location some 20
years ag 1
In 1958, he was one of live clergymen in the
United States named by the National Conference of
Christians and Jews to visa Russia and the iron
Curtain countries .1- a gesture of America's religious
strengths and beliefs.
He is the 10th generation of his family to pursue
tli' rabbinate iii an unbroken chain His father, the
late Rabbi Abraham Lehrman, led the Glory of Is-
rael Hebrew Institute in New York, and his grand
lather was the famous Hassidic rabbi affectionately
known as The Brocker Rebbe."
lie was awarded a life contract as rabbi ol Tern
pie Emanu-El in 1951 Seven men have served as
congregation president during his tenureMayer ll
Frankel, Joseph M. Rose, Harrj Sirkin, Samuel N.
Priedland, Joseph M. Rose, Max Boderman and
Joseph Cohen.
The Dr Irving Lehrman Chair in Modern Jewish
Historj was named in his honor at the Jewish '.
logical Seminary of America.
Dr. Lehrman's Vision For The Future
"We have been building for 25 year- But the
ls 1- Far from complete. 1 have a vision for the
' Hure, and Temple Emanu-El is the local point of
what surely is more than a dream."
The-e are the words of Dr. Irving Lehrman on
the eve of his Silver Annivorsarv Tribute Ball as
ie paused between a steady stream of telephone
calls to give a capsule preview and review of his
rabbinate.
"Until now, we have been building a physical
Plant, and although no one can say there will be no
'""'ruction needs ahead, that task is for the most
parl behind us. Of course, at the same time our
Programin the fields of Jewish education, culture.
social activity and religionwas never neglected
"But now we can cencentrate on making Temple
Emanu-El live In our main complex at 17th Street,
and in tnt. North shore branch at 77th street, and
'he homes of our members we are practicing a
l,v'ng Judaism."
Turning to problems of the future. Rabbi Lehr-
man said, "The question today is not of Jewish sur-
vival, but How Do We Survive?' American Jewry
must take its rightful place as a center of Jewish
education and culture. The legendary communities
in Europe are probably lost forever. And the Jews
in the United States must continue to strengthen
their link with the people of the State of Israel.
"These are revolutionary days we are living in.
Changing times are the rule, not the exception.
And Jewry must become an even more realistic
force in the growth and development of democracy.
If God is Not To Be Dead, then religion in general,
and Judaism in particular must become even more
relevant to this swiftly developing world." Rabbi
Lehrman declared.
"Temple Fmanu-FI members have not been iso-
lated from the mainstream of either Jewish life or
the community at large. Both locally and nationally,
our leadership and membership have been deeply
involved in .very phase of communal activity. Just
a glance at the rosters of Federation. Mt. Sinai Hos-
pital. Israel Bonds, Hebrew University, United Fund,
the Universitj of Miami, and on and* on, verifies
this 11011 egocentric position.
"We, as a nation, as a community, as a syna-
gogue, must continue to be a leading force in phi-
lanthropy, in bridge buil.ling with Israel, in every
facet Ol Judaism
"In a country where church and state must be
separated, we also insist that the force of religion
play an important part, because America was and is
based on religious ideals," Rabbi Lehrman noted.
The only basis on which religion can make such a
contribution is complete cooperation. The message
of our times, in fact, is not mission, but dialogue
But there was no more time to discuss this vision
for the future.
For. to Irving Lehrman, it is not a dream.
And as he hastened into the sanctuary to work
with two youngsters preparing lor their Bar Mit/vah.
one could only recall the vvords of Hcrzl which
guide Miami Beach's man of action.
"If you will it, it will be done."



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anal political figures are frequently in the com peak of Dr. Irving Lehrman.
left to right, at a function are then Solicitor General of the United States
Simon Sobeloff, Dr. Lehrman. and Temple Emanu-El member. Col. Jacob Arvey.
Democratic National Committeeman and confidant of Presidents Truman cad
Kennedy and the late Adiai Stevenson.
Dr Lehrman is shown with
Judqe Harold B. Spaet
(riqht center), president of
the INF Council of Greater
Miami; Judqe Herbert Sha-
piro 'left), cnauman of the
JNF lawyers division; and
Miami Beach Mayor Jay
Dennei right).
Always interested in youth and sports
finding time to participate in and attei
seems an impossible task Dr. Lehrman
congregants as Al Flip Rosen left1, for
of Micrn: footb::. basketball star.
In previous celebrations* Rabbi and Mr*
Lehrman are shown (at left) with Mr
end Mrs. Samuel Friedland on the or-
cation of the 13th anniversary of Hobbi
Lehrman*$ tenure as spiritual le tier,
and (below) uith Mr. and Mrs. Fried-
land ami uith Indite and Mrs. Irvinti ( >
pen U the 20th anniversary fete.
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Friday. November 22, 1968
+Jmlsi> fhrkftatrt
She Shares The Problems And The Joys
By FRANCES LEHMAN
- with Rabbi
! ': nan in the 5 iversary
tribute \ ill :: w if, i, ue,
v i" plaj .i :;i ijor i ile in the life
Temple Bmanu-El and in the
Jewish community.
When Belle was horn to Dr. and
Mrs. Israel Goldfarb, her rabbi-
father'.- congregation was upsel
because they wanted a hoy. it
was not until later that this "wish
was fulfilled. Belle vividly re-
members attending services with
her mother, she and her three
Sisters wearing wide-brimmed
beaver hit- with ribbons flying,
fresh white gloves on their hand-,
their baby brother sitting on the
end seat.
As a youngster. Belle liked to
organize her friends into clubs
three in each club thus insuring
that she would be president or
there would be no club. She grew
up in Brooklyn, where she was
born, and graduated from Brook-
lyn College.
After her marriage she began
to follow the example set by her
mother, who for many years had
served as Sisterhood president in
her husband's synagogue. She got
involved, giving of herself to her
community.
The Lehrman-' son. David, is a
third year resident in orthopedic
surgery in New York, where he
lives with his wife. Sandra, and
their sons Michael and Robert.
Daughter Rosalind, who recently
graduated from the University of
Miami, now teaches ninth grade
drama and English at Palm
Springs Junior High School.
"You can learn so man) things
from listening to a sermon." con-
fided Belle She can count on her
the number of limes she
has missed hearing her husband
_ his -' rm n in the 25 years
the) have lived in Miami Beach.
B< Ile ha- been a
ie community during those
years.
.-.,' ti I oul to givl i luncheon
: r her 20 years >: di rote I
- rvice But other major womi i -
. ations aski il to be incl I-
ed and it snowballed. Among
these were the Federation ol Je
ish Women, Women's Dh
American Technion, B'nai B'rith
Women, Women's American ORT
(Organization for Rehabilitation
through Training), National Coun-
cil of Jewish Women. American
Friends of the Hebrew Universi-
ty Women's Division. National
Women's League of the United
Synagogue of America. Miami
Chapter of Hadassah, Board of
Trustees of Miami Beach Library.
Women'- Division of Combine I
Jewish Appeal, and State of Is-
rael Bonds. Women's Division.
Charming and tactful. Belle has
often undertaken the job of being
a troubleshooter and peacemaker
in Greater Miami. Organizational
and private, family troubles as
well, are brought to her to be
straightened out.
Belle is firmly convinced that
the secret of happiness, even the
secret of life Itself, lies in one s
to the circum-
stances of life.
Belle and Irving
TIME LEHRMANS
2't yearn
of togetherness
at Tiii|t84k C m;inai-l I




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Friday. November 22
IScJ
Activities In Eii-iami-EI's Presidents During Dr. Lehman's 25 Years
Jewish Life
Continued from Page 2<
have received special leadership
assistance from him. a* have the
I Diversity of Miami. Barry Co
snd many other educational insti-
tutions.
He is a member of the Mayor's
Ad Hoc Committee on the Admin
i>tration of Justice Under Emer-
gency Conditions and also a board
member of the Citizens Housing
Foundation.
A trustee of the Encyclopedia
Judaica Research Foundation. Dr.
Lehrman is a member of the rab-
binic cabinet of the Jewish Theo-
logical Seminary of America and
played a major role in establish-
ing the Jewish Museum branch of
the Seminary housed at Temple
Emanu-El.
His other activities include his
current post .1- chairman of the
executive committee of State of
Israel Bonds for Creator Miami. as
well as his rship on the
Florida State Commission on Com-
parative Religions and the Bible,
he has paved the way in
strenj etween the
Catholic and Jewish communities
through special projects of the
Anti-Defamation League of Bnai
B'ritfa He is a former national vice
president of the American Tech-
nion Society and of the Zionist Or-
ganization of America.
Joseph Cohen
Joseph M. Upton Mo* Boderman
Joseph Rose
$am Friedland
Mo1tr H. frmnkel Horry s;rkil
Rabbi Lehrman (seated, right)
meets with members of the
Jewish Relationships Com-
mittee of the Bov Scouts of
America South Florida Coun-
cil. Shown with the rabbi are
I seated from left) Dr. Harry
Lasker, national executive
director. Jewish Relationships
Service; Robert Gordon, as-
sistant scout executive; Nor-
man M. Giller, committee
chairman; and (standing,
from left' Henrv E. Wolf, John
Serbin, Rabbi Charles M.
Rubel of Ccngreaation B nai
Raphael, Rabbi Max A. Lip-
schitz of Beth Torah Congre-
aation. and Rabbi Solomon
Schiff, executive vice presi-
dent cf the Rabbinical As-
sociation.
On hand for all phases of JNF activity. Rabbi Lehrman is shown
with the organization's officers. They include (below from left):
Jacob Fishman. vice-president; Mrs. Eva Blum, recording secre-
tary; Dr. Lehrman; U.S. Senator Ernest Gruening, guest of honor
ct recent event; Mrs Miriam Press. Comptroller; Sam Schachno.
financial secretary; Abraham Grunhut. vice-president; Ben-
jamin Appel, trecsurer; Rabbi Abramowitz. Chairman of the
executive bocrd.
Chairmen of the Greater Miami Jewish National Fund Founda-
tion, Rabbi Lehrman is shown at the recent JNF assembly with
Mrs. Jennie Grossinger and Meyer Pessin.
New Members Of
Beth Moshe Will
Be Consecrated
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by Rat and
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new mi
Mrs Pi il Daafe 0 Mr and Mrs
Lyk Dubin. Mr and Mrs
Pub.:- Ur and Mrs Carl Fader,
Mr and Mrs Murray Galganov.
Mr and Mrs. El
and Mrs George Gordon. Mr
Mr> > Mr and
Mrs Jack Crash]. Mr tad '
Glenn :i.. '< : man, Mr and '
Paul Ikenson. Mr and Mrs Bar-
rett Kaufman, Mr and Mrs Alan
Kornblum. Mr and Mrs Lester Le-
vine. Mr an.'. Mrs Sidney MitchelL
Mr and Mrs. Sidney Pawlack.
Mr and Mrs Alfred Preston. Mr
and Mrs Harold Rosenfeld. Mr and
Vr David Rudolf. Mr and I
Sidney Skaff. Mr and Mrs Ken
it'th .! S:-::rh and Henry Silver
Following the services an Ooeg
S.'-abhat in PepM Hall will be
I fled :-> Beth Moshe Sisterhood
sAmon mmarm
Wrs. Joy Dermer Hostess
For Technion Luncheon
Miami Beach Chapter. Women's
n. American Socie\
Techaion. held its annual Member-
Bnng-a-Member luncheon at the
home of Mrs Jay Derrr.er. 2525
Flamingo PI. Miami Beach on
ssj
Mrs George W Valentine and
Mrs. Dora Hill were m charge of
reservations.
Florida Hospital
Group Convenes
In Jacksonville
S K Bro! steii
of the Florida H. spiul \--
and executive .
Cedars of Lebanon Hospital,
announced the \--
- :i: be held Dec 4-6
in .'. ,
William A Rusher, publisher of
National Review n
be -he speaker at 1 special
-wards luncheon win n,j;.
ial who
Lion in the
f hea:' administration
in Flonda will be named. Mr
Bronstein said.
Mr Bronstein will take over his
as association president a-
he annual meet in. -...eeding
Donald M Schroeder. administra-
tor of Mease Hospital and Clink
in Dunedm
Aged Home Group Meets
Hebrew Home for the Aged of
M^mi Beach formerly the jew1$h
Convalesce.-, H.rr.e rfl] meet at
12 30 pm Wednesdav a: the A.1
S3K!" W>E Kei^
president, has announced.
Her Trip t0 ty^, BlI, ^
- b> Mr- KnrtanrfT
Haobi Edward T. Sandrow 0}
-edarhurst. New York, has
seen installed as the new chair-
manol the Commission on Jew-
," C.haPlancy cf the National
Jmh Welfare Board.
Rabbi Kirshblum Speaks
of Beach Lodge MeeHng
Te8'bJ' D,ni" Kir-hblum of
Temp.e Emanu-El was the ee
speaker at the luncheon meSK
a 'lhemnfrhLodso Bna'BEH
at tne D'Lido Hotel rimdaj
'>e sage of Miami Beach."
^ iddisfa Course j
Is A Tirst' \t
Florida College*
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:n January,
This i -he Grst 1
lory of th, state oi Floi
Yiddish is being offer,
uniw r-itj a non-credi; ,
Is open to everyone N
knowledge of the : "'"
quired.
Class times are still
hut Basic v.d Us* will pr
scheduled for one evening ^'ne
morning a week
"Cantata Yiddish. N'
, which will be usedthe -..
Columbia University requin
the course it was written rr-
Uriel Weinreich. who recentl)
lished a new K :..-:. Y
tionary.
Mrs Diamond, a :
correspondent who now edit-
Spanish-language ma.
at the Jewish Teachers .-
in New York for several V
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Friday. November 22, 1968
[Bureau Schedules
Hebrew Language
yjlpan9 Courses
Registration has Ix-or/opened for
the 10th annual Ulpan Series, spon-
sored b;. the College of Jewish
Studies :>f the Bureau of Jewish
Sducal
The i oan Program, a modifica-
tion of the system of teaching con
Jersationa] Hebrew to adults in
Israel, will have classes on three
bvels beginners, intermediate
iii.I ad-... iced, mi two semesters of
l<) tWO-bo I SeSS :niis.
N< technique-, u-iny audio-
visual aids including tapes, rec-
>rds. music, magazines and news-
papers Israel will be employed.
vJewisfi Hcridfon
iponscr Performance Of
PMan From La Mancha'
The Feb. fi performance of "Man
worn 1 Mancha,"' starring ,lo Ferrer, at Dade County Auditori-
ini. v.. be sponsored by the Sis-
terhoo.; ef Congregation B'nai Ra-
phael
Interfaith Panel Launches Beth Torah
Monthly Cultural Lecture Series
Poll. T__\. /-__________ .. _
Paqe SC
Beth Torah. Confireyation was to
launch its cultural lecture series on '
Judaism and the World Today'
at 8:30 p.m. in the main sanctuary
Thursday, with an interfaith dis-
cussion of "Religion-Birth Control-
Abortion "
Rev. Luther Pierce, pastor of
Hallandale Congregational Church
wlio moderates the "Man to Man"
program on Ch. 2. Father Ronald
Mrs. Arnold
l-hairm: \
Miller is ticket
Contest Winners to Read
Entries at UN Forum
The four prize winners in an
essay contest on -'The Importance
of the United Nat mis' will read
their entries a; an open forum
meeting of the United Nations
Association of America, Miami
Beach Branch, in the auditorium
of the Washington Federal Bank.
1234 Washington Ave.. at 8 p.m
Monday.
Dr. Solomon I.ichter will be the
guest speaker.
Pusak of the Church of the As-
sumption. West Hollywood, Rev.
Donald Olson, director of the Cen-
ter for Dialogue, and Rabbi Max
A. Lipschitz, spiritual leader of
Beth Torah, were to participate in
the panel discus-ion. Each clergy-
man will present his denomina-
tion's views on these issues, fol-
lowed by a question-and-answer
period.
The series will continue Thurs-
day evening, Dee. 12, when Dr.
lames .hide. University ol Miami
heart Surgeon, will discuss "Moral
and Ethical Implications of liu
man Heart Transplants Versus Me-
chanical Heart."
Thursday evening, .Ian. Hi. Prof
Seii- Adler, historian and scholar
of the University of Buffalo will
speak on "F.D.R.Friend of Zi-
onism'
The vice chancellor of the Jew-
ish Theological Seminary, lecturer
and scholar Dr. Max Arzt. will dis-
cuss "The Generation CapHow-
Mrs. Reuben Traven (right), president of the United Order of
True Sisters cf Miami, presents a check of 51,560 on behalf
cf the organization to Gerard W. Frawley, executive director
of Variety Children's Hospital, for the hospital Tumor Clinic.
Mrs. Morten Elterman is at left.
Do We Bridge If." Thursday eve- and the Jewish Theological Sem
nine,. March 13 mary. ami Rabbi Emeritus of
Temple Beth El in Rockaway, N.V
Last of the senes will feature Dr. Gordis will speak on "Women's
Dr. Robert Gordis. professor of Rights in Jewish LawBackground
' philosophy at Temple University and Forecast "
MR. MAURICE FERRF-
fresiJont. Maul? Industi r
Miami City Commissioner
MRS. RICHARD BRQCKHOUSE
^/c.J-..v/.'<.'..'..'w!i/ier
JERI-ANN PRAEL
THESE FOUR HAVE A STAKE IN OUR CULTURAL FUTURE. DO YOU?
MR. ALAIN LOMBARD
1,...-;..-.- CenduttuC.
THE FIRST THREE HAVE GIVEN TO
THE GREATER MIAMI PHILHARMONIC FUND.
WITHOUT THIS FUND, THE NATION'S
NEWEST FINE ORCHESTRA WOULD CEASE.
MR. LOMBARD GIVES THE LUSTRE OF BRILLIANCE,
BUT MUST HAVE YOUR HELP.
WONT YOU JOIN THESE FOUR,
AND HAVE A STAKE IN OUR CULTURAL FUTURE?
-=0J
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GREATER MIAMI PHILHARMONIC
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Friday. November 22, 1968
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Beth Am School Luncheon Plans Near Completion
Joan Schaffel, daughter Of Mr.
and Mrs. Milton Schatfel of North
Miami BeacTi, was among the 2i>
genion at thi I niversitj ol Flor-
ida selected for the U-F Hall of
Fame, and our of 17 named
to '"V. ho VI Among Students
in American i lieges and Univer-
sities.
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j .- 'tj is thi hi
L'i ty ol Miami
-i. a i am for a< hieve-
menl in school ..<-i i itie And
Minette Ha'pern, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Jerome H^lpern of Coral
Gables, was accorded this h<>nor
las) week.
Really a BWOC, Minette is
treasurer and was Rush Chair-
man this year for her sorority.
Alpha Epsilon Phi. as well as
serving AWS (Associated Women
Students) as secretary and Fan
Hellenic as treasurer.
A junior, majoring in Early
Childhood Education. Minette is
also serving on the University
Disciplinary Board.
International Stewardess Alum-
nae raised more than S700 for
the Muscular Dystrophy Society
of South Florida at their recent
luncheon and fashion showwith
the former stewardesses serving
as m idels for the style -howat
the S'.udio Restaurant.
Jay B. Rosenberg of Miami
Lakes, a student at the University
of Georgia, was awarded the
Gerald and Andrew Ghertner
Scholarship for this academic
year by the Phi Epsilon Pi Fra-
ternity Foundation*,
*
Ruth Brotman has returned to
Mia afl a junket of several
months through the Northwest
anl i ill resume her musical ac-
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Izar "Uncle" Herman Binder
conl Jew i^h r'lorulian
"A week of this will be aplenty."
Mr. Binder is 88 and enjoying
the "fringe benefits" of his Ion-
ity, he says.
many charitable con-
tributions and unselfish service
to the community, lny Karphas
been presented a plaque by the
i ity Foundation, Inc oi the
G Ger.-I n Lodgi is
Dave Canter, [>ri
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ois Powesl
r. t! ireatei
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: : itizeni
> vowed t<
! to th
senti .. ncert at tl Je\
I the Aged (Douglas Gar-
dens) recently Ben Dickman and
Dick Wiland as strolling musi-
cians, even entertained patients
confined to their rooms.
The group recently played to
a "packed house" in the audito-
rium of the Miami Beach Federal
Savings and Loan, when they
gave a concert for the Florida
Senior Citizens Inc.. Club No. 1.
Mrs. Nat Brown, past State
Department president, was hon-
ored at a film library showing by
Jewish War Veterans Auxiliary
330. recently. Heading up the ar-
rangements committee was Mrs.
William AJelman, in her dual role
as State Department conductress
and Film Library chairman. Mrs.
Ralph Apple is Auxiliary presi-
dent and past president Mrs. Bes-
sie Gibber was relreshment chair-
ma n.
Plans for the annual Temple
Beth Am Religious School lunch
eon, sponsored by the Temple Sis-
terhood at the King"- Bay Yacht
Club Dee. 18 are being finalized,
according to Mrs. Arthur Jacowitz,
chairman "An Afternoon at the
Opera," presented bj members ol
the Miami 0] era Companj. will be
a feature oi the program
affair will be held in conjunctioi
with the Temple's B... Mit:
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Experts Discuss Diamonds
At Beth Sholom Breakfast
"Diamonds and their Economic
Value" will be discussed at the
regular monthly breaklast of the
Brotherhood of Temple Beth Sho-
lom at 10:30 a.m. Sunday in the
Temple Auditorium. 4144 Cha-e
Ave., according to an announce-
ment by James S. Knopke. Broth-
erhood president.
y Mrs. Kenneth Click with
the help of other members. Mrs.
John Weil is chairman of the Chil-
dren's Cultural Series, which I
include an opera, a play and a s) i
phony cofccerl
Dr. Arti.ro diFilippi, lei:, is honored for his 28 years of ser-
vice to the community as founder and director of Ihe Opera
Guild of Grecter Miami. Hera, Mayer Stephen P. Clark pre-
sents a proclamation naming Nov. 2i as Dr. Arturo diFilipp:
Day in Miami. More than 6C0 persons are expected to honor
Dr. diFilippi and his wife at a dinrer that day at the Four
Ambasscdors Hotel.
Atron Fair, program chairman.
;aid that David Balogh and Herb
SchoenberL'. diamond experts, will
illustrate their talk with a film.
showing how diamonls are mined
and processed.
Y"s darter Day
For Teenagers
Slated Sunday
The second annual "Career On-
portunity Pay" for teenagers wil
be held at the YM-YWHA ol Great-
er Miami. Rsoo SW Eighth St., at
2 p.m Sunday.
i i ire I by Ihe Y",; \ an
Ihe Jewish Voc tiona Sen ice, this
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+Je*ist ihrkUan
Fndav, November 22. 1968
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
' Maturing Process
By RABBI R M. LEVITON
3y RABBI RICHARD LEVITON
Temple Emanu-EI, Ft. Lauderdale
This week's Sedrah Is entitled
' oldol and tells ol the birth and
v i'!v-(ilc< in the lives of the
twin s .Jacob
ndd Esau. Like
Abraham and
Isaac, Jacob is
called upon to
develop his in-
ner self by en-
during a vari-
ety ci trying
human experi-
Abraham at a
late age had
traveled from
I r to Canaan.
Rabbi ieviton undergone cir-
cumcision ana was even prepared
to sacrifice h s son Isaac to prove
faithfulness to God and the
i ivenant
l-aae. too. had undergone years
oi trials and tribulations in his role
:.- number two man in the Patri-
; refute. And now Isaac's son Ja-
cob begins a process ol maturation
hich i- to make him the rightful
i eir to the third position of Patri-
arch
A- m a Greek style prologue we
. v told that somehow Jacob will
I < superior to Esau. We are wit-
i'ss to sibling rivalry, we note
H Ri i ca favors Jacob.
Isaa< favors E.-au. the hunter
In what seems a childish prank
would never have held up in
court. Jacob exploited his broth-
i ''- needs to gain Esau's birth-
. ght, and then, more seriously, in
i nspiracj with hi- mother, de-
ceives his father into giving him
the blessing of the firstborn, which
- 10 lid have rightly gone to Esau.
The voice Is the voice of Jacob.
I it the hands are the hands 'Ol
1 -.in "
The resulting enmity between
ob and Esau causes Jacob to
flee from home. lie labors 14 years
in Laban's household for his wife.
Rachel, after being given a dose oi
his own medicine at the end of
seven years by his father-in-law,
who deceived him into marrying
the elde>t daughter, Leah, for the
younger daughters were not per-
mitted to marry before their elder
sisters
By the time Jacob becomes rec-
onciled with his brother Esau, he
has unde-grone an arduous and
enlightening maturing process
Sj ibolic oi this process, even his
name i* changed, and he becomes
Israel: one who strives with God
and man and prevails.
This is the Jacob element in
each human being, Each of us must
travel the long and difficult road
to maturity It may be a frustrat-
ing and depressing road at times,
with any number of detours. And
yet il we persevere, if we learn
from our experiences, if we ,uain
wisdom from the folly and futility
ol many of our actions, we shall
have captured the essence of our
Jewish religious quest. Good luck'
Question
Box
Narcotics Program At Y
Is Aimed At Teenagers
Al Sepe. executive assistant in
he State Attorney's office, was to
present a special program on the
"truth- and consequences'' of nar-
cotic- at 8 p.m. Thursday at the
YM-YWHA ol Greater Miami. 8500
8W Eighth St.
Although tin' program is aimed
primarily at teenagers, parents are
nvitcd -to attend
T ;< -:.:i i prtpared in
' v. -h the Greater
M ': Rabbi ncal Associtt
I of the featurtM
here i*
DR MAX I irsruiTZ
Lejdcr of
P' m I oi mi Congregation
o. North Miwu Biacii
-s.
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
Why do some people fast on
the dav before the appearance
of the New Moon?
This day is traditionally called
"Yom Kippur Katan" (the minia-
ture Vom Kippur). The Bible, in
describing the sacrifices that were
once brought to the Temple on the
Jay th. New Moon appeared (Num.
28:15), speak- of a "goal to be
offered for the sin offering to
God." The Rabbis interpret this !n
mean that the Almighty asks the
people of Israel to bring a sacri-
fice to help atone for His own sin
It is related that when the world
was created, both the moon and
the sun were of equal sue and
brilliance When the moon com-
plained that it wasn't necessary to
have two large luminaries, imply-
ing that the sun was superfluous.
the Almighty punished the moon
by reducing it in size and bril-
liance. He then acts like a father
who regrets punishing his son and
asks the people of Israel to atone
for hint. The logic in doing this is
the fact that the sins of humanity
prevent and delay the Almighty
from restoring the moon to its
original brilliance. It is on the day
before 'he appearance of the New
Moon mat the moon appears to be
smallest. Man is therefore asked to
-eek repentance so that he might
fullill the conditions that would
make it possible for the Almighty
to restore the moon to its original
size and brilliance.
Why is it a custom for Jewish
women to refrain from work-
ing on the day of the New
Moon (Rosh Chodesh)?
There are two basic reasons for
this. One is that the New Moon is
listed among hte holidays of the
Bible. The symbol of observance
in the case of a major holiday ua-
the fact that work was prohibited
that day. The day of the New Moon
is a semi-holiday. On such occa-
sions (just like the time of C'hanu-
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Toldot
Isaac blesses Jacob, Whose arm- arc wrapped in the skin-
of young goats.
And In- father Isaac said unto him ( ome near now, and
ki-- iin'. my son' And he smelted the smell of In- raiment,
and blessed him' iGen 21 26-27).
TOLDOT I :-' Sarah, Rebecca at first was barren After
Isaac prayed to G id on her behalf, she bore twin boys E
and Jacob Esau grew up a hunter. Jacob an upright dweller
in tent-.
One day, Esau returned from tin- field very hungrt
disdainful!) sold his eldci son'' birthright to Jacob foi ..
ol lentil soup.
Isaac wa- old and blind and likely to die soon He c
Esau and insl i prepare Isaac's favorite dishe< I
he might bless him before his death However, Rebecca
Favored Jacob for his superior merits, arranged for Jaco
secure hi- father's c iveted blessing instead of his elder In,
Fearing Esau's revenge, and anxious lesl tJacob ma
Canaanite woman, hi- mother sent him to her brothei I
who lived in Paddan Aram.
Before leaving, Jacob received Isaac's blessing, the
tinuation of God- original blessing to Abraham that in- .,
his seed would inherit the land ol Canaan I-aac ba I.
marry one of his uncle Laban's daughters
This recounting of the Weeltiy Porflc- of the Law is extracted
and based upon "The Graphic History of tha Jewish Heritage."
edited by P Wollman-Tsamir. $15. Publisher is Shengold. and the
volume is available at 27 William St., New York 5, N.Y. President
of the society distributing the volume is Joseph Schlang.
r^clicjioiis
rviccs
AHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION. 985 SW 6Vth Ave. Orthodo*
Cantor Morns Barr.
'"SHE EMES. ?533 SW 19th Ave.
eETH AM (TEMPLE). 5950 N. Ken.
flail Dr., S. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert BaumgarC. Cantor Michael
K/rr.
I- 'I'll' i .1 tlnbbl oi Hi.- House?'
Sj nurdHj i: rn Hermon -Thi-
Torah S|.easts ,. the Twentieth Cc n-
EETH DAVID. 2626 SW 3rd Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau.
Cantor William W. Lioson.
KrMlaj p.m. 8:10 p.m Pioneer Wo-
i Sabbath. Serman: "Th.- Jm- of.
i.fT'xechonlovakla" booh revli
i ni .1. wish 11....k Month. Snlurtun
i m. Sermon: Th.- Tornh l.- -
Km Mltavah: Qary, son of Mr nncl
Fred Baer Mini ha '. p m
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Avenue.
Orthodox. Rabbi Solomon Schift
Friday ':::" p.m Saturda) g :. m Ser-
'.....> "Oratltude for mir IlleiwtnKx"
l.-.ss | ::n p,m Mni. ha .". pm
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EETH KODESh 1101 SW 12tn Ave
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Ben Dickson.
Kri.l.iy R:is p.m Sermon: "Thanking
:..,| in Sorrow" Om-g Khnhhnl honor-
Mrs i'h>llis Shapiro, the rabM'f wife
Saturday 8:4.1 am Sermon: "Thi
Ho- Uenerationr 4 1". |i m Ser
mon The Portion < the l i r.
i in 801 in- i A Vew i ten. ., i on
MIMYONAIRES SYNAGOGUE. 3737
Bird Rd. Modern Traditional.
aTL Kalph Z Glixman. Cantor Benjamin
Ben An. '
',',''.'I:1V '."' Saturday 5 am Bar
Mltavah: Steven, son ..f Mr and Mr*
David hliiiKxbers
TIPERETH ISRASL. 6500 N. Miami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph
Carmi, Cantor David Sherman.
TT.!RETH JACOB (TEMPLEl. 951 E.
4th Ave., Hialeah. Conservative.
Rabbi Maurice Kle-n.
Friday r. .. m Bervii followed by
li Dinner. K|H>1 | ,.,| |,j s,.i,.r.
I......I So I Urdu.\ ,-i in
lirothcr of Rabbi Irving laehrmnn, <<
Temple Bmanu-ESI in .'. : m lias
Mitivnh: Monu Su.-, daiurhter f Mr
and Mrs |>anlel S'aal Heller and Kiaa,
daughter of Mrs. La..i- Roeenthul.
HEBREW ACADEMY ^400 Pinetree
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S
Gross.
JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1533 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern
Cantor Meyer Enael.
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KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Dav.a Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seif.
Friday r.:ir. p.m Saturday, S:S0 a m
Sermon: Th.- Sternal Cunflirl After-
n.....i Talmud and 1111.1, ("lass. .\Jin-
.lia
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MENORAH (TEMPLE). 620 75th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abramo-
witi. Cantor Nico Feldman.
Irnlay 8:15 p.m Sermmi: Th.- Hunch-
i.a. I; ..f llerlln." Baa Mitsvah: Tracy,
daughter ( Mr. and Mr- Jerome
MU-hell. Satunto> am Rar-Mltavah:
Max, Koti ,,f Mr and Mis Alberto
l.n hj
NER TAMID (TEMPLE) 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Conservative.
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Ed-
ward Klein.
kah when the candles are burning)
women are asked to refrain from
work to symbolize somewhat of a
holiday spirit without disrupting
the every bands who are out making a living
for their families
The other reason ha- to r!<> with
the fact that the women showed
noble resistance when their hus-
bands a-ked them to give them
golden trinkets for the casting of
the Golden Calf, refusing to com-
ply or be implicated in this idola-
trous act They were, thus, reward-
ed with the privilege of abstaining
from work on every New Moon.
This generally mean- that women
do not do such things as sew and
weave tin the day of the New
Moon.
Why is it customary to have
two people, one on each side
bel. Cantor Jack Lerner.
of the bride and groom, escort
him and her c-own the aisle to
the bridal canopy?
The rabbis tell u- (Genes
bah. 71 thai the angels Mu
and Gabriel acted as such .:
men fur Adam when the)
i" hi- bride, Eve
Some claim it is done
bride and groom are comp
Kin_; and queen on their u
day. and then fore should
guards or an entourage like a -
and queen
Some moralists compare I
the escort which man feels .
, koos to sleep, or which some claim
. take- a man from this world '>
the next it is interesting to note
the opinion of those who i
that the two escorts guard the in
dividual against going t<> eithi
tremethe left or the n :
keep him on the track ol Hie
Golden Mean
SINAI (TEMPLE) OF NORTH OADE
Temporary office. 18801 NE 22nd
Ave. Reform Rabbi Ralph Kmgsley.
Cantor Maurice A Neu.
Prldaj S:I5 p.m Sermon: "The Rnolt,
ill.- Swi.nl and th. World." Saturda)
ll am Bar Mltxvnh: Uary, son <>r
Mr and Mr-. Hal Herman
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE H151 NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah E.
Caplan.
K-i.lay 5:15 i> m 8:15 pm Herman:
"Some "f our Deal Prienda are < >ur
Worn! Kn.-mi.-s Saturday s a m :-.-r-
mnn: "Father and Son Walk Hand In
Hand Mlncha .", p m. Maariv o p.m
EMANU-EL. 1801 S Andrews Ave.
Reform. Rabbi Richard M Lev.ton.
Cantor Jerome Klement.
HALLANDAL6
EETH TOV (TEMPLE). 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative Rahbi Simon April.
Cantor Seymour Hmkes.
i.v I p in Sermri 'I
i iiw and Tli.i"i,--i.n lust "
B'NAI SHOLOM (Temple). 275 NW
199th Street. Conservative. Rabbi
Abraham M. Cassel.
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ISRAEL (rEMPLt). OF GREATER
MIAMI. 137 NE 19th St. Reform
Rahbi Joseph R Naroi
I- I i.lay V P. |i III S. i in I
h. an of the i>.n. i\ iiin ii i
H ibbl Ja. nbn
ZION (TEMPLE) B0O0 Miller Rd Con.
servative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman.
MIAMI BEACH
ACLDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Ca.iyle Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
BETH ISRAEL. *77cT 40th Street,
Orthodox. Rabbi Bcrel Wein.
BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave.,
Orthodo. Ranhi Shmaryahg T.
Swirsky Cantor Maurice Mamches.
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BETH RAPHAEL (TEMPLE). 1545
Jefferson Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
David R.iab. Cantor Saul H. Breeh.
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BETH SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 4144
Chase Ave. Liberal. Rahbi Leon
Kromsh Cantor David Conviser.
Friday 8:13 p.m Sermon "What
I....... Mean i" be a l,lb< ral Jett in
10:43 n.m
OHEV SHALOM. 7055 Bonita Drive.
Orthodox. Rab*v Phineat Weber,
man.
Friday i B p tn Saturday 8 10 n m
smi..ii Itnme and Jeruxah-m
lllble Class 4 p in Mini ha 5:15 p.m
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER 845
Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmias.
YOUNG ISRAEL OF MIAMI BEACH
1542.44 Washington Avt. Rabbi A
Ben-Hillel.
YOUNQ iSRAEL OF GREATER Ml-
**' ?M. NE 171st St. Orthodox
Rabbi Naftah Porwsh.
Friday -,:ir, r. m. Raturda) 'Jam Ser-
mon, ., ^(,u 1; ,,,. ( |ve4,..., Mll .,
.'.I a p.m
CORAL GABLES
JUDEA (TEMPLE). SeOOGranda Blvd
Reform. Rabbi Morris Kipper
Prtday IS ,., SlHterh.....i Sabbath
r.-.tv.. s,,M... ,.,.. ..M.,.,:l]s
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTE*.
124 E. Hallandale Beaafi Blvd.
HOLLYWOOD
BETH EL (TEMPLE). S. 14th Ave.
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffa
Friday 8:15 p.m Temple Voutl Omup
parin ipai.-s in creative nervli-< V5"l
nendny >> p.m Annual Jowlah "
munily ThankKflvIng wrrk-e
ETH SHALOM (TEMPLEI 1T2
Monroe St. Conservative. RaDBI
Morton Malavsky.
SINAI (TEMPLE) 1201 Johnson St.
Conservative. Rabbi Davd Shapiro.
Cantor Yehudah Hedbraun.
MIRAMAR
ISRAEL (TEMPLF.,. 1500 SW Mt"
Way. Conservativl Rabbi Irwm
Cutler.
POMPANO BEACH
FT. LAUDEfcDALE
SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 132 SW 11t"-
Ave. Conservative. Rat-bi Morris
A Skoo Cantor Michael Fredericks
Friday f:lS p m Sermon "Thi '';'"
lain.n nanWhai We i an I v
ii Saturday IS a m Sermon: '''
Portion of die Week.
SURFSIU6
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
ADATH YESHURUN (TEMPLE). 1025
NE Miami Gardens Dr Conservative
Rabbi Milton Schlmsky. Cantor Tibor
Moses.
Prldnj 8:13 p m Baturda] r, p m
Bar Mitsvah Imviil. s,, ,,, _Ml .....,
Mi- Murray SiHHleman
BET0.kfaRndEpLariTr!1Mn"-0:>' M7 **OCAN DAV.b CONGREGATION
.,,, rVCl R*bb' Sh'- Surfs.de Community Center 930
Mindich Edwar0- Cntor Theodore Collins Ave. Orthodox. Rabb.
______ O. Vine.
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rams
ISRAELITE CENTER. 5175 SW 25th
St. Conservative Rabb- Avrom L.
Drazin. Cantor Nathan Parnass.
i idaj S :" pin IS pin Sermon:
BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid Ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky.
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CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1242 Washington Ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Dow Rozencwaig.
CANDLELIGHTING TIME
. I KISLEY 509
BETH TORAH. 164th St. and NE 11th
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip.
schitz. Cantor Jacob Renzer.
Til'1^ ''"'" V" ''' '"" S.-rn...,,
I In- Miami Jewlah f Comparative Analyala." Ha* Mltavah
Mindy daughter of Mr. and Mrs |H-
rael Abrama ami Ann daughter of
.Mr and Mrs Arthur Hlrxchbers
Saturday 8:50 ., a Mar Mltavah: M irk
on of Mr. and Mrs OeraM Qoldateiii
and Rlcharfl. w.n ..f Mr. and Mra
Jai k Lavtn. Mlncha 5:15 p.m.
EMANU-EL (TEMPLE). 1701 Wash-
inoton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
Irving Lehrman. Cantor Zvl Adler
Prldaj I p in l:S0 p.m Sermon:
i. preacher; Rabbi Ralph Sinn.n, BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION
prealdenl ( Ital.l.lnlral Assembly of 13600 W. Dixie Hwy, Conssrvat.J.
Ajnerica. spiritual leader of Conareira- "--' "-
Rodfel Zedek, Chicaco, Saturday
n mi i iuei l pri arher. Ranbl
' Itual leadei
Contrecation Binal Ifoahe, ln-troit.
Rabbi David Roaenfsld. Cantor Ben
Zion Kirschenbaum.
B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd 3t
Conservative. Rabbi Charles M. Ru-
rCatbinical \TeUvision TPr^g
Nov. 24ch. 10. 9:30 am The Jewish Worship Hour.
Host: Rabbi Morton Malavsky
Temple Beth Shalom, Hollywood
Nov. 24Ch. 7. 10 a.m. The Still Small Voice.
Host: Rabbi Morris A. Kipper,
Temple Judca, Coral Gables
Nov M_J?%: onlturc from ,he Synagogue*
Nov. 26-Ch. 2, 9:30 to 10:30 p.m. Man to Man.
Topic: ThanksFor What?
Moderator: Rev. Luther C. Pierce
Participants: Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Temple Emanu-
EI. Miami Beach; Father John Vereb, and Dr.
Samuel Orlandi.
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CHANUKAH ENJOYMENT
The lighting of the first candle
on the eve of Chanukah ushers in
a week-long festival commemorat-
ing an important event in Jewish
history.
In keeping with the tradition of
serving your guests the best for
the holidays, be sure that Maxwell
House Coffee is on your shopping
list. Maxwell House brings special
rich flavor to any gathering of
friends or family. The makers of
Maxwell House are old hands in
the art of blending coffee, and the
results of many years of perfect
ing the best possible blend is the
best tasting cotfee you ever had
You will want to keep a fresh pot
on the stove so that when the holi-
day cooking is done and the house
is sparkling dean, you can relax
with a good cup Of coffee.
Also available for holiday enjoy
merit is Instant Maxwell House,
(he original Sabbath coffee Instant
Maxwell House Is SO rich and full
bodied that you can brew it by
the potful Just put a heaping tea
spoon of coffee in a carafe or pot
for each cup of coffee you want to
make. Add an equal number of
cups of water, heat until boiling,
simmer briefly to bring out all the
wonderful flavor, and serve. Richer
by the cup. serve .Maxwell House
and you serve the finest.
variety into all those meals they'll
be serving. At the same time,they
hum be able to prepare all these
extra meals quickly as there are
many things to be done around
the house in preparation for the
Iriends and family that will be
stopping by to offer their good
Wishes for Chanukah.
For ease of both preparation
and planning include the wonder-
ful selection of Mott's products on
your shopping list. At the head of
the list put down Mott's Apple
Sauce, long a favorite in Jewish
homes from coast to coast. It's
available in several convenient
-izes Then, for variety or for fes-
tive company dinners, try Mott's
Apple-Raspberry Sauce or Apple-
Cranberry Sauce. F.ithcr one will
make a tasty, colorful addition to
any meal.
Make sure that your family
starts off each morning of the
holiday season with a delicious
healthy glass of Mott's Apple Juice
<>r Mott's A M., which is live fruit
juice- blended into one breakfast
drink that will have the kid, dam
oring tor more.
All of these Mott's products car
ry the Kosher "K." your guarantee
that only the finest ingredients go
in before the Mott's label goes on.
mealtime order lor family or
friends.
Chef Boy Ar Dee offers a com
Plete line of food products that
add excitement to your familj e il
ing schedule and satisfy even the
most discriminating appetites If
you like cheese kreplachand who
does,, i -you'll love Chef Boj u
Dee Cheese Ravioli in Sauce The-
lender little macaroni pies are
filled with tangy Italian Cheesi
simmered with savory tomato
sauce and cheese and seasoned in
the real Italian way.
Your family will love Chef Hoy
Ar Dee Spaghetti Sauce with mush-
rooms. It is meatless yet so kreftige
it sticks to the spaghetti. It never
-inks to a pool on your plate. Every
bit of its real Italian ta'am gets
into your mouth.
The next time you go shopping ]
be sure to buy all of the fine Chef
Boy-Ar-Dee products. Keep plenty ,
on hand. It will add zest to your '
eating schedule.
you're saving moneythe differ-
ence between the cost of Mazola
Margarine and that well known
hidi priced spread. In addition.
' u -' 'I ten corn o l m .Mazola Mar-
garine makes y< i r foods more di-
le ami more wholesome for
ev ry me nbi i ..: >our familj
1 Maz i a il i garinc I ir .ill
your cooking and baking and also
try it plain on br< ad or rolls It's
available unsalted or lightly sailed
to suit every taste. Mazola also
offers a pine coin oil, which is
excellent for salads, frying and
baking.
Murray Dronsky
MOTT'S HELPS MOTHER
PLAN FOR CHANUKAH
Chanukah is almost here and
holiday time means that the kids
will be home instead of in school.
Even Dad will be taking time off
to be with the family during the
holiday season
With the family home more than
Usual, mothers are going to have
to do a little extra planning to get
CHEF BOY AR DEE FOR
DELICIOUS CHANUKAH MEALS
During the Chanukah holidays,
our, Jewish housewife will find her-
! self busier than usual because the
kids will be home from school and
friends will he dropping in. She'll
have to prepare that something
extra special, quickly and easily.
Yet, she won't have to worry, be-
cause she can look to Chef Boy-Ar-
Dee to fill that "something special''
CREAMY-SMOOTH HELLMAN'S
REAL MAYONNAISE
There's a dilferer.ee in Hellman's
Mayonnaise a light, delicate,
fresh flavor that turns even simple
foods into a special "mechaye."
There's a difference in texture, too
the rich, creamy lightness
that only whole fresh eggs can
bring. And Hellman's goes on rich
and smooth with everything
"fleischig, milchig, and parve"
Hellman's, of course, is Kosher and
Parve, a< you can see from the
"U" on the label.
This Chanukah season with rela-
tives and friends dropping in. why
not serve a quick and easy, yet
delicious dish made with full-bodied
Hellman's Real Mayonnaise? It's
Tuna Salad Supreme. Just break
tuna up into small chunks, add
chopped nuts and canned pineapple
chunks and mix together with
Hellman's Mayonnaise. Serve on
lettuce leaves
TETLEY TEA FOR A
FESTIVE CHANUKAH
One ol the most satisfying things
about a traditional Jewish holiday
like Chanukah is the knowledge
that you are sharing this holiday
not only with all Jewish people
around the world, but with many
generations that have gone before
When you enjoj a cup of hearty I Mr. Dron-ky enrolled in a special
Tetley Tea. you are sharing a [study class at the University of
pleasure that has also been en- Miami and spent live years in the
joyed by generations of Jewish i'l0~''am.
families. That is one of the man) Active in civic and community
-. why Jewish housewives "''"'" Murraj has been involved
have made Tetley the leading tea
Murray Dronsky
Wins Coveted Title
Murray Dronsky, assistant man-
ager with tin- Prudential Insurance
Com pan} of America, has been
awarded the coveted Charter Life
Underwriter designation at confer-
n '"it exercises sponsored i > the
Miami Chapter of Chartered Life
Underwrite] -
The Ameri
can Coll e g e
of Life Under
writers grants
the c.L.l' des-
ignation to per-
sons engaged in
activities relat-
ing lo the in-
suring of hu-
man life values
and who pas-, a series of pro-
fessional examinations and meet
the stringent ethical and experi-
ence requirements of the college.
in Jewish homes.
I Tetlej Tea ha- an aroma and
flavor that could only coin,- ;: im
its exclusive blend ol tiny tea
leaves, choice tea leaves that are
picked at the height ol perfection.
This Chanukah add to (he warm
glow of the Menorah lights by
serving your family and friends chairman
nounced
with veterans organizations, B'nal
B'rith, Knights oi Pythias, United
Fund. Boy Scouts and Combined
Jewish Appeal.
Brick and Binyan Luncheon
Date Set for December 4
Dec. 4',!i has been picked as the
date lor the Hebrew Academy
Women'.- annual Brick and Binyan
uncheon, Mr-. Leonard Rosen,
ol the board, has an-
; Tetley Tea.
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KRAFT'S PHILADELPHIA
CREAM CHEESE A MUST
The name of Kraft stands for
good food and good food idea- and
one product that has no trouble
living up to this promise is Phila-
delphia Brand Cream Cheese. This
la-te treat is delicious on it.- own
and al-o lends itself to a varietj
of serving ideas.
This Chanukah make every meal
a festive one by catering to the
holiday appetites of your family.
What better way to start the holi-
day than with a hearty breakfast
or brunch combination like Phila-
delphia Cream Cheese and I .ox on
a fresh bagel.
For lunch let tiie kids and Dad
make their own favorite sandwich,
starting with Philadelphia Cream
Cheese, ol course. It's great witli
jelly or olives or tomato slice- or
anj one of a dozen ways.
For dinner Mother can use Phila-
delphia Cream Cheese in a variety
ol canapes or for a special occa
-.mi such a- Chanukah, she can
make a rich creamy cheese cake.
The variety of Philadelphia Cream
Cheese for meals and noshing
makes it a standard eating delight
in all modern Jewish home- Be
sure to include certified Kosher
Philadelphia Cream Cheese on
your Chanukah holiday -hopping
list.
SABRA LIQUEUR
FROM ISRAEL
A Sabra is a native-born Israeli.
and he carries the name proulh
Sabra is also the name of a liqueur
that was born in Israel and is mak-
ing itself known around the world.
Sabra is a joyous blend ol dalle
oranges with a shade ol chocolate.
It ha.- a ta-te that is unique and
positively delicious Sabra is a
welcome drink before or after din-
ner It mixes well, and is excellent
straight or over ice.
For an exciting desserl that will
please familj and company alike,
pour a little Sabra over a scoop ol
vanilla ice cream Put a little ex-
tra Sabra in a -mall pitcher on the
table and watch your guests enjoy
every last drop.
Sabra is packaged in an elegant
bottle and enclosed in a box that
makes the perfect gilt lor any oc-
casion Pick up a bottle .if Sabra
soon, It's tlie Liqueur of Israel.
Funds collected at the affair will
be used to redeem the Academy
Women's pledge of $5().(HM for the
school kitchen. Mrs. Julius Rosen
Hank project and Mrs Joseph Sha-
piro is chairman ol Brick-
Mr- Jacob Katz i- president ol
the croup.
Jersey Club Sets Election
The Hudson Count> Club, com-
posed of former \ew Jersej resi
dents, will nominal.' and elect offi-
cer- at a meeting in the audito-
rium oi Washington Federal, 1234
Washington Ave.. Miami Beach.
Wednesday evening.
Judge Morris E Barison will
preside and a pro-ram ol music
ha- been arranged by Harrj Her-
man and Sidm\ Z Rockwell.
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Preparing and planning for Cha-
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housewives if they start off their
shopping lists with Mazola Corn
Oil Margarine, one of the many
quality products from Best Foods
When we think of Chanukah. we
think of the traditional items con-
i nected with this joyous holiday,
and what could be more traditional
than fresh baked sponge or honey
, cake? If you do your baking with
Mazola Corn Oil Margarine you'll
, discover that not only are you a
! better cook than you thought, but
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NOTICE TO APPEAR
EY PcBLICATICN
VLKER,
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DATED November 13 1868
1 lerk, Circuit fourt
E H I EATHERMA.V
Mini, i 'ounty, Fioi ,
By; \ a rlBWETT
Deputy i ,. r>
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INTHECUi-N-'' JUDGE'S CO RT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PetOBATE
no. e
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FAXIE l'i 'HEN
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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PAXIE COHEN
late of 1 ladi Count
. u: ty Judfii i
nl.- the -.mi. uplicat. pro-
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ithin bIx ... i-'iidar i fn>m the
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Dated .it Miami, Florid
day ..l i ii tobi r. AD
SAMCEI. KAIFMAN
a- i:\. uior
First publiealloii -! thin notice on
the ISth da) "i Nn 11 ml -
AARON M KANN EH
Attorne) for
SAMI'EL KAIFMAN Executor
:"( i 'ny National H. ... I lids
. 29 l-/'.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE '"I'NTV,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 79861.C
RE Estate of
MALVENA VICTORIA MOORE
1 >. i eased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All P< rani 11.i\ -
ing '"hum.- or Demands Asalnsl Said
I lati
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed t.. present an) rlalmn and demands
h you may havi aguinst the e-
tale of .MAl.- i:\ a \ i. m >i:ia
MIK (RE deceased late ol Dade County,
Florida, to the County ludg-es ol Dadi
County, and-file the same In duplicate
and a- provided In 8ei tlon T.i:i IS, Flo-
rida Statutes, in their .-fti. > in Hie I
County Courthouse in Dade Counly,
Florida, within .-i\ calendar months
from the time of the first publication
I or the same ill be barred
Dated at Miami, Florida, this Mh
da) .( .\'..\. mhi t a i' -
Mi KENZIE N Mi IRE
As Exi ul
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LS-GAL NOTICE
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IN AND FOR DAt:
FLORIDA IN prol -
No. SC7S9-B
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JOSEPH FIXE
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COMMUNITY NFWS
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN r sJBATE
No B109S-C
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Attorne) for Estate of
HARRIET L RRIOOS, Deceased
ill'ui.....i Tl. za nter
Miami, Floi Ida
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
cLi,V^ -"-'D'CIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 68- 17306
MH-HKlK,^ IV0RCE
Plaintiff,
STUART ROSEN.
Dl I. nl:,in
TO STL'ART ROSEN
3977 Bedford Avenue
Brooklyn, Xev, York 1
^"U. STI'ART Hi >SEX
notified that a
Divorce h..- i
-W'lRsV&se^
In tl.....li,. : ih, .-..,. '
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in the Bll ol i ',.'., ,.::.' """nded
a "u.Tk'V;, /'';'' '" Published .......
(Clrt*itCourD*^C,erk '
ALLEN KORNBLCM
B'-. ayne Bulldlnc
.Miami, Florid.,
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
No 68-17266
NOTICE OF SUIT
RON \l D M I.I CIEH
VIROINIA Ll'CIBR, his wife,
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ARTHl'R VV TIP IMPS' IN ai I
MARIA MBRl EDES THOMPSON,
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11. idants
Tii ARTHl'R \\ Til, iMPSON
ai .1 MARIA M ERi 'EDES
Till i.Ml'Sl IN
Resident Cnknou n
Y'.l ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai .in n< lion foi i...... ui of Mot t -
tase ..n the following described
propi rli
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tion i i ;.a.;a.mi ......nil s
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NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
IN THE CIHUolT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JlOICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
SUIT FOR DIVOHLE
M-17112
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SIDNEY EFRON-
SJJ;?;. s ,'. Avenue. 612 Ainsley
Miami. Florida 33132 ..,'l
of the Clerk ol Vhe c"r"
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. l: l: l-EATHERMAN Clark
>,*l:unt'y. FuTr,d.
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rir-rr?.T,ICE UNDER
Nun |TJ,Vr,.7.A.^E LAW
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Tin- _., ,. ii name of
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- u,", ;.'; ".", "V Clerk ...
Florida. '"'' County,
kfss,,,,:'-n;uv;v"-i-'-m
* BECKERMAN
Attorneys ?,., a,,,,:.. .,,
NOTICE LMIJi:
FICTITIOUS NVE
XOTICE IS H
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FICTITIOUS NAME
PICE is III
the u...i.
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JIMMY'S PAIXTP
IN'; :it :.
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IN THE COUNTY JLPf T
IN AND FOR DADE C
FLORIDA IN PROE
No. 52599-C -
IN RE Estati I
THi >S. O'H DuPREE SH
NOTicE OF INTENSION TO MAKE
APPLICATION F:_F
DISTRIBUTION AND
DISCHARGE
Nl 'Tli 'El i !
ur Final
for i n-i. i.in,.
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ii II DuPREE. SR ''
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OALBITT AND GAl I'-I'T
Bj iiyman P 0 ILJ
Attorney
340 ".Ih Street
Miami Beach, r l:^
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Iday. November 22, 1968
*Jenisti fieriJrr
Taqe 11-C
LEGAL NOTICE
THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 80547-A
i(K BMutc "I'
I'l.rJS I. .IKANNLV
11.. ceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
mi i-I.,iii.us and All Persona Hav-
ing (Claims or Demand* Againal Said
ft: late:
You ..' hereby notified and requir- I
ed i" preaent any claim* and demands I
hi' h you mkj ha> i- ngalni I thi
line ofJl'EBS I. JBANNIN deceased
late of Dade County, Florida, lo the I
County Judge* .,f Dude County, and
fill the same in duplicate ami as pro- ,
tided m Section 733.16, Florida Sta-
lutea, in their office* in the County
Courthouse In Dade County, Florida,
within six calendar month* from lite
,,i the iii -i publication i ,,,.,
or the same will be barred,
Dated ai Miami. Florida, thin 25th
. ..i ('. loot r, A 11 I MM
ROSE II JBANNIN
As Administratrix
Find publication of this nntici on
Hie 1st day of November, lOftfl
. >RBRT I. IVBINTRACB
%tion ey for Administratrix
1711 Metidla n A vi nue
Beach, Floi Ida
11 1-8-15-22
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 68-16584
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
v KRi 'EDES i UEJIA
....tiff.
v*
VNI HI, DJEDA,
i ndnnt
|l MAN IK I. OJEDA
... : ii. me
V'ibora, Havana
' "ubn
You. MAXI Till OJE1 i V here
......I thnl a Hill ol Complaint
rtlvorce baa I..... < ii. and you are required i<> *erve a
r your Am wer or I'll nding in
hi Hill Cnmnlainl ni Ih. I'laintlff <
ey, LESTER RtMJRKS, ESQ.,
i X.M I ''Ii Strei l, Mi mil Florida
.I file the original v
il iln ofl.....i Ihc i "lerk
f ihi i 'In uil i '"in on '" In foi ill"
ilny of I i .nil it If you
Judy in- i l>j default "ill
i' lakei I'uu fm
Ii .1 Ihi II 'I n| mi '
hall i pu heel ......
h foul naii ii
THK IBU'ISH ri IRIDI \\
DONK \ M I:!.i:i: i:. ., -
hi 'l.i i hia 28th da> "i (>i tola i \ I i
vmmo
BY HENRY LEONARD
"Turn-away crowds every Shabbas
ever since we hired that Gurui"
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 77492-B
IX I: I' Ratale ..1
WAl.TKIt .1 Mli 'KIEWICZ
Deei aai CITATION
THK STATE IF I -l.lt \:
T( I A III,EN E IIAH.N
Bllsaht Hi Sir-el
Si ; \ ill.-, X. u Jerai
and
ah i i rned:
1 if AUK IIBKBI ;
|l Rill
I'oui prayini r nmenl
Dower u rel required
I I'OUI Written llcfl : I 11
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i'ii -i piiblii alii nl -ii
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
No. 68- :6643
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
\A IYNAZ V ill ii,iI BTE.
Plaintiff,
IRENE D MORALES
ih ROQCETE
I rendnnt
'I' IREXB 1> MORALES
ih R" 'i.il'K'l'K.
s. Rafai 1
v.. I"..::
11 i vnnn, 'ubn
^"l ARE HEREBY NOTIFII '
i 'nmplainl for Dlvor. has hei n
U 'I \ "a are n uuir
i" aervi .i rips of youi Vnsuei
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 68-16539
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
JOSEPH ERNST,
Plaintiff,
SYLVIA ERNST,
Defendanl
TO: SYLVIA ERXST
i"'T F l i: i
Ni w York, Sew York
You, SYLVIA ERXST, are hereby
notified thai a Inn ..i Complain! for
OB...... baa been filed again*! you,
and you are required lo servo a cony
'.'.'-v"ur i"1""" '"" Pleading !. the
Hill oi Cmnplainl ..n the Plaintiff's
attornej ROBERT I. OROVEH
IJncoln Road, Miami (teach, Florida
and hi. the original Anawer or Plead-
ing in the office of ih- Clerk of Lhe
'Ircult Court "ii or before lhe fith day
"I l" mi., r, 1968 If you fail to do no,
iudgment by defaull will be
againal you for ih.- relief ii. m.....i,,i
In the Hill of Complain)
Thia notice ahall be publiahed m.....
''"V-,!Y.' :,.''' :'"' '"naei utlve wecka
in nil-: .iKuisii ii.'ii:iiiiA\
""^"i: \SH tlROBRRD RI I
N;n'i... thia 25th day of October A O.
I' I- I.EATHER.MAX, Cleric
' ircult Court.Dade Pounty. Florida
Rj K M I.Y\IA.N
Deputy Clerk
" rcuit Pi hi i Si .il
I ROBERT I. UROYER
i Road
Miami Beacl ii rlda
Vil-1241
. fi i"
_________ Ii
_i-N NOTICE UNDER
V..-.M ?.T'TIOUS MAME LAW
>-||l;'K IS HEREBY r;|\ i;n -,
hi uiidcralBi.ed, .1, Irl B ,.. ,.,
'"...... unili Ihi Hi 'Hi",,- ,,m, ,r
miami ship .'" .v:;,'
VW .l..th Vvenue, ,M ,|n ,.
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IXITEIi PCRVEYltRS IXl'
Bj CARESI'SSKI.Mt. Si r.
HELM \v n il p'|'|
Bj l.tl| IS TIKIMAX
Altorin for Pi iiiin .
.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLOHI UA.
No. 68.176-,S
,. ,NOT|CE OF PUBLICATION
LAN K i IK 'I M i|EI{ i.
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Plali
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I'W'IU KRIBVR in1.1
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 80993-A
I' RR: Estate of
I'SKI'H KINK
I N^H-a** NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* and All Peraona Hav-
' t: linimN or IHinund.s AJtainal Saul
l^-lntc:
You arc hereby notified anil rcquir-
I to prvecnt any claims mid demand*
which you mav havi- aeainst the ea-
tate of JORBPH kink .1......as. ,i late
Dade County, Florida, t.i the County
Judge* of Dade County, and file the
Mime in duplicate and as or..viil.il In
section 73S.16, Florida Statute*. In
ihelr office* in the County Conrthouae
in Had.. County. Florida, within six
lendar montha fi"in the time of the
iirat publication hereof, or ih. aame
will be barred
Dated al Miami. Florida, il
"1 Ol '"'.. r \ | i : it .
DOROTHY K'VIv
As Km i in ri x
I irsi publh at Ion ..f thia notice on
ml rial "f Noven bei
M VRRY '/IKKIiNH-K
AMorney for Rxi cut! \
Road,
iml Bi h
ii "
County .ludiro
ll\ MKI.IIA C. I'U K
Clerk
p. .1 SEA I.
First Published or Posted "ii Novemb-
er 1. IM8.
11 l-8-la-S!
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 68-16783
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
JOHN JORBPH CYPHERS,
Plaintiff,
I.i'ltKNK CYPHERS,
I left miaul
Ti MRS IXRBXB CYPHERS
| Ti nl. I Talk
VVi al Hampton B< ai h,
LI, Sew York
You. L- tRBN E I Y I 'II BRS Rn hen
by notlfli d that n Bill "omplalnt
for I' von ha* been fib d ngainat
\ .ii .I'd you are requln 'I lo rvi R
, pj nl -. ui Vnawei or Ph ad n to
;)., Km ,,t i 'omolain! on ihi Plain-
lift INilKI. A.- I'nl.l.AiK.
X "th Street, M ami, Florida,
- fil" ihi origi-
Deput) Clerk ..... property herein described,
!-S-i.-i-22 I DcfenilH
- Ti': DAVID KRIBVE and
Ti '. "I"' I
'N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S C~>URT nal \nawei or Pleading 111 H"
IN AND FOR riADF COUNTY of Ihi Clerk "1 11 cull Pour! on
FLORIDA IN PROBATE "' liefon the 5th daj o( Ik-cember,
No. 81C36-A If "ii fail ii 'i" ". ludgmcnl liy
I" UK K-'ii.. of defaull "ill be taken ngain*! you
\. BBPKKII iln relief demanded in lhe Bill of
1 ".....i i mnlainl
notice TO CREDITORS Thia notice shall he published once
r" All Credilon and \ll r, ... .,- |i.,v each week for foul conaecutivi week*
Jain ni Denta il. Vgi I Said In THE JEWISH FIX1RIDIAN
I" .vi' \ND (IRDBRBD al Miami,
ou are herebj i...... i-d and required Florida .this 30th dai of ttctober A.D
' Preaeiu .,.., ,,,, ,,0 ., ., ,,.,. ,..,
nidi N"ii mn have hkii al thi i E H l.l'.Aril i:K\l \ N. Clerk
' RERBI. RBCKBB d.......1 Circuit Court, Dade Pountj Klorlda
i Dade County. Florida. In lhe Bj '' p COPBI-AXD
lint) Judges ,,. ,,,',,,. ,,,,,';,,i ..;, Denuty Clerk
n. in riunllcn1......1 -is nrovided (I'lrniii Court Seal)
' Section 713.16, Fkirldii Statute* in BNOEI. A POLLACK
1 ,r officei it ii,. ,-..,.. i\'... Attorney* for the Plaintiff
' i" Da.I. Pounty, Florida, with- I7n0 N.W 7th i
denilar montha from lhe linn Miami. Florida
he rirat publication hereof, or lhe
will I,,, bari .1_________________
11/1-8-15-22
rn.
"''"i l Miami, l". rid .
> "i N'ovi mher, \ d I9(l
HI i\ \ i 'A RP
J; Ai'm-iiisii-.i'T iv
publication of this notice on
,, ,:Li,,1;ly, f Novemh. r, I9BH
^.j'^.'I^N. FRANK UN
| rneyi for
' BRREI. BECKER
' 111 'i.l si eel
'iml Reach, Fla "I" S26I
II.IS-2: 12/6
NOTICE UNDER
ITITIOUS NAME LAW
IS HKItKltl tl\ EN thai
. igein
lhe i iUi mi" of
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 80877-A
in RR: Estate of
ANNA ABKOKF
1 ls .as. il
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Person* Hav-
ing ClallM or Demands Against Bald I l^i'Dwif} VOtiT
e/EVre:ent"ny cTalm.'and'de'ma'nd* I NOtIce OF .NTEl
which you may have against thi
late of ANN \ ARK! IFF .1"
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
CHAPTER 20722
Act! ot 1941
File No. 68 A 556
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
Martm VVoolln, holder ..f County Tax
Siii. Certificate* numbered 7924, 7932,
,,riil R6M issii.il Hi.- 1st day of June
A.D 1966, Ims filed same in my office,
and has made application for a lax
deed t" be Issued thereon Said Cer-
tificate* nibrare the following de-
acrlbed property, m the County ol
Da.l. Stale of Florida, t.. \\.
L.'t I" 111.., k s. South Miami Hgta
A.Id r. Plat Book 23 Page 16 in
the County ..f Dnde, Stall of Flo.
ri'la. na embraced in Certificate
No 7''L'I Th. .,-.. ki in. in of -.ml
proper!.i under lhe aairl certificate
issued waa in tii< name of P K
Hanann, Amd. Thia deed ill be
Issued aubjeel la 1968 Count)
i.i\. nnd in ns
I"' :> Block 13, South Miami
Height.* Add C, I'l.u Hook L.i
I IT in thi Count) of Dade,
Stall of FlorUla, a* i mbrai >l In
' "eriifl..... N" 7932 Thi nm in. ni .I :.| | ...!.. rt) under the
aald i lifli ate issued m na In the
' "i. ,.| C A l-'ul.li. This di "I
i1. ill I"- --. .1 aubji it in ; hum
'ount) i.i\.s .mil Ii, ns
L"i- 13 .v ii RliH-k ii. s Miami
Hi ghta \dd (J, Plal R.....
County "l Dade.
Slate .a Flor ila, na mbrai i il in
i'. rtlfli ati N" !, The ns i
menl nl aald propi rt) under lhe
said rertlfli ati laaui 'I ".i in the
immi "I I. i: Hunt. Thia deed
u ill he Issui 'I uulijei | ;..
'"' a' 1) laxei and Inns.
1'nlesa -.ml certiflcatea shall be re-
deemed according i" law, tin property
di m rlbed hen In uill be sold t.. the
higheal bidder al the Pourl House
door ..ii tin first Monday In the mi nth
"f December, \D 1968, which is the
I'nd da) "f Deci mher, \ d 1968
Dated this 29th day "i I >. lobi r \ D
1968.
K B l.KATHKKMAN. Clerk
i Ircull Court, Dade Countv, Florida
B) P K OI'DDSTRAND
I PIIH I 'lel'k
(Circuit Court Si all
II /'l-K-IS-Si
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT"
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 78S09-A
IV RE Estate (
LYNN KRIBVE, hia wife
residence unknown, n living:
unknou n spouses, if remui 11. il
ami if dead, then unknown
spuus. >. |f remarried; ail
unknow n heirs, devlsei a,
granteea, aaaigiieea, licnora,
i redllors, trustees, or olhvr-
Ise claiming b) through,
under or agnlnsi the aaiil
D win KRIBVE and LYNN
KRIBVE, lu~ u ifi and againal
..II "iln r persons having
or claiming lo have am
right, till.- "i- mt.r.st in
or t.. Hi. |.i,|
hi rein deaci lied
. l' ARE HEREBY XOTIFIED
mai a sun i" roreclosi nn
real and i" rsonal prop, i
been filed againal you la lhe iibovi
1 ""'' l>) lhe PI k ... ,-,.,.
me,,.. ., x, a yrk |,llnk|s .....p,.,..,.
In

,,",i
'ih. prop, ri' sought
loscd is a- follows:
!.',:'..,',: I:""" '.BisritE pity.
fE< HUN (INK according ,,, ihe
Plat then | :,,,,
. "f 111. I'ulllli
: ;
V"L ARE UEyi IBRD In .
utbi'i pi. ad-
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PDI-M H \ Rll UMAX K,Vsl
Street, Mini
original In Ihc
ovi Court, on or h. for. i ,
da) oi l" ml>. r na
anli Ii lb. complain! uill i ik.
1 ""i...... ii rail -i you i.....In
i.'iu.si. ,i .,, Piaiutifi s ,..,.,;
pleadil -
BA1 ED iln- i< day of November
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
. county. Florida, to thi Count) "^ 1''"''. T V *'" \ "^:',..'';'' h '"'
733 16, I'l. rlda Statuti -. In '
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cased and lhal "ii tin
in
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iVTv.11"..... ! Risen) Blvd.. sin ilcndat month* from 11
Ii.., a, ,.nda I- re I i publication hereof, or tl i
F "^T, ""-V5.I,A"ON PMA'WKW
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""li Hi cayne Blvd
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MN 5 -i-,,.....
Building
15-22-29
11/1.1-2 .1.,.
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"i th. ''ii, mi .-ui: ,,,
I 'ad. "nun! ^. Klurida
B) n a HEW i:i r
Depui) i I. rk
(Courl Seal!
11/22-29 I.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE SCOURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 80937-A
In RE Bstat. "t
JEAXXBTTB PH 'SANOFF
I ceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T" All Creditor* .,,,,1 All Pi .-. .,- Hay .
lug I'laims D. in.,,ais Againal Said
II ou an h. Ii) nnl fi. ,i and n sun. ,|
'", Preseni nH and I- mauds
which you ma) hav. ih.. ....
late -I JBAXXBT'l K fil i- VNDFF
Dad. Pount\ I In
rlda, i" ii i '.HUM JuiU. ..i i. ,,i,
lotliil)...... .,, rtu|,|i(.....
l>ro\ ni. ,i in s, ii,,,, |,
i ila Statuti i.i their ofl
l ount) Courthou......iad. .
Morida, within aix i ileml
1
i ir.of, or till
led a. Miami. :,.,|
i .
?KB A. I IIASA.Vi ipp
V* Exe. utor
ililtv
HARRY KI k ERN1CK
b) BAIUH M TIN |.:s.,
u
I2U I. ii. "in Road,
mi B. a. .,, i ida
I II,
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 68-17026
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
ETHEL KI.AXACJAN,
Plaintiff
vs.
.Il 'UN I'l.ANA'IA.V.
Defendant
Ti ': .11 >ll\ KI.AN A'lAN
innedy A venue
N..nh Bahnlon.
I />ns Island, New York
You, JOHN Kl.A.N.v: \ V are hei -
by notified that a Bill of Complu
for Divorce has been filed agi
you. and you are required t" servi
copy of your Answer or Pleading
ih. inn of 'omplalnt nn the Pin
y, I a Office* of PAI'I, POI
L.M'K, I7"'i N \\' 7th >'" '. Mlai il,
Florida, Telephone: 642-2521 and I
the original Anawei or Pleading
office of the Clerk "f tin- Circuit ''" '
..ii ..r Ii. fore the I'Mli da) of Decei
her. 1968 If you fail
iy default will b. I r
..ii for the relief del iled
Poll iln In!
I II I..- published .....
'a,'li week I four i ei'Utli v
In THB JEM ISH FI nRIDIAN
I ,\'i: \ ni i i.!: 1.1:1:1:1. Mini
Florida, thia ni, day "i Vovctnher A
1968
i: R I.BATHBRM \N. .
t'lrcuii Pourl I
B) K M 1 IAN
Di nulv I
u Pourl .-' 111
LAW iFFK'ES "F
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v fm Plal
II > .: .
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 68-17202
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
JOHN D DBVERi >\\
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This | ii
u .
THK R\\ ISH FI.ORIDI \\
IMiXB AND ORDERED
Fln day of Novell
A I
K II I.EATHKRMAN Clerk
Pircuil Poui Dade (
B> '' P '' '1'i:i. AN 11
Deput) Clerk
' uit Courl Sen I i
l!AI in T \- HAUtl'T
A ii." at Ijiw
111 Street
Miami B.... h, Flu I
11 s -!-.._ _
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N' 'TH'K IS HEREBY lilYKN thai
the undersigned, desiring t" cngagi Ii
huaincar under Ihe fictitious name ..i
PAMI'I.EMtK'SSB RBSTACR.\NT nl
3418 Mali Highway, .Miami (Coconul
flrove), Plorida, inienda i" res
aald lame nh Ihe Clerk "f the Cir
1 cull Ciiui' of Dndi i 'ount) Florida
I'.M'i: kmi:i:assi:i: m a Florida i 'oriMiratlon
KI'IIT \\ KI.LIS.'ll
Attorm \ for
I "AFE EMIiRASSI II: !' 'I INC
22-29 12 i.
"IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUR' "
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 8C952-C
In RET: Estate of
IlKRTHA SILK al-.. I
BERTH \ F SILK
Il.....ed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
VII Cn oi I Pen H
Clainia or Di-m I is
I.
You re.|uu
ed lo prcaeul
U I ist the i
f BERTHA SI I K I lal.
of Dad, to th.
. ..,, ludgi : "ii
pr.
In S. Florida Si
lutes, in I i 'in i v
Court 1 uai I i-.i.li '"in i). Florida
wit hi I tit.
iii;-- "i iln in -i publication I
Ihe aiim. u ill in i irreil
Dated il Miami. Florida, l!il* Hill
da) nf toh \ i. |9s
FRANKI.YX II KCPPERMAN
\ i n
I' ral publicalimi ol Ibis nolle, oi
Ihe 22nd iln) of Xovi mbi -
I II M \YBBS
Attorney for Ex. eutnr
141" 1 '" llil----- I ,!
11 /.':'-:'" 12 B-l
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 80989
'
BEN JAM IX l.ll'SK Y
I ns. 'I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Crcdltorr iti 'I All P. room IL.-.
Ing i laima "i Demands Against s
Estate:
You are hi I> noi Ifled ai
.Ii"*..
which ), u ma) hn i lhe ea
ii'. of BBN.I \M1N l.ll'SK'i .
Iii. of N..i !"lk (Vu.nl! Masaai u
i" ih. i urn ) 'a.k i,
and "li -i -.ii..... ttui Ii i .,
provided
Statuti a, In Ih.
. "in [house in I lade Counl \. l-'i iriiiu,
within i all ii,,.
.....Iii i
or tin .M ,i
i
i \ 11
\ JAY l "HIST!
\ I b. n \
a Ihe I istati "i
I'.K.N.l \ IS UP8KI D.....i .!
1 of this notice .
"h. Mh .1 i nib. r 1968
CRISTi 'I \ N I. p. ise

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Fcge 12-C
* kwisti fhrkthrt
Friday, November 22, 1968
A capacity audience heard Dr. Daniel
Seckinger, director of laboratories at Cedars
of Lebanon Hospital, at the Cedars' Auxi-
liary first fall meeting. He is seen with Mrs.
Doran Zinner deft' program chairman; Mis.
Ted Lotterman, president, and Mrs. Byron
Sparber, vice president.
Won't Shift Series
From Yom Kippur
NEW YORK iJTA) Batel all
Commissioner Gen. William Eck-
ert has informed Habbi Harold
Gordon, executive vice president
01 the New York Board of Rabbis,
that "scheduling difficulties" and
other factors make it impossible to
change the traditional period of the
World Series games SO Ilia! thej do
not conflict with the holidays of
Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur.
He conceded in his letter to fie
rabbi, that the matter was one of
man) years' standing and had said
it had been given a great deal of
consideration.
Rabbi conion brought the mat-
ter up in a letter to the commis-
sioner dated Oct. 3. in which he
noted that the opening game of the
19(>8 World Series coini ided with
Yom Kippur. preventing null
of American Jews from witn<
the game personally, list,
it on radio or television or
about it in the early
papers.
In a telephone imervii
the Jewish Tel. graphic
Rabbi Cordon termed Co
er Eckert's reply "uns
and said he planned I i
matter further. Rabbi G
mitted, however, that he
the problem as one i I
minor importance con;
other Issues facing the
munity. He said he hi
up because a Situat
prives millions of
from enjoying a ma

-port was no! cons
play, and that he inti
the matter with the pre*
the major league ball i
before the next se:
i
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