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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
December 6, 1968

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (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:
December 6, 1968

Subjects

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

Notes

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

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 35317254
lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
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AA00010090:02079

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Preceded by:
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Succeeded by:
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Full Text
(Jewish Floriidian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
41 Number 49
Miami, Florida, Friday December 6, 1968
Three Sections Price 20c
WDBLEMS MOUNT
French Uahbi
In Aj)jciil For
Igioiis Aid
TON (JTA)The Chief
H^ncc this week appealed
n Orthodox Jewry for
Heel in- the growing re-
Hjh of a French Jewish
nmunit
that has more than
size in the last five
rting on the problem
anniversary biennial
the Union of Ortho-
ngregations of Amer-
[cob Kaplan said that
exodus of Jews from
oic> and Tunisia, the
ish community had
about 200,000 to al-
and was in need of
youth leaders, teach-
r religious function-
al, Jacobs, chairman
^Hdox Union's board, as-
ibbi Kaplan that the Ortho-
^vouhl respond. He said
first step, a team of
Hd be sent to Franco lo
^e dimensions of the
t of French Jewry.
MR Goldmann, president
W*rld Jewish Congress,
j flw delegates about new
I anti-Semitism which is re-
"cl**sic" anti-Semitism.
I hatreds are being replaced
irily in the form of anti-
and anti-Zionisro,"
Md promoted by forces
Ltotalled New Left, the
countries and leftist
Its in non-Communist
n also warned that
{of Jewish youth and
Ictuals were becom-
more indifferent to
1" as they joined
[for "general ideals
rding Jewish prob-
hial and narrow."
was a role for Israel
h youth but that
be another small
t be just another
it must inspire the
1 implementation of
Israel Drops Plans For
West Bank Integration
CHIff RABBI KAPLAN
JERUSALEM (JTA) The Cab- ivictory for Minister Without Port-
inet this week put a brake on a folio Pinhas Sapir over Defense I
> plan for economic integration of Minister Moshe Dayan and Zeev
j the West Bank with Israel. Its de- Sharef. Finance Minister and Min
| cision to vest finai approval of ister of Commerce, who favored
new enterprises in the occupied economic integration. Mr. Sapir.
territory with a special ministerial the former Finance Minister who
committee was at least a partial is now secretary-general of the Is-
Nixon To Back Jarring
Mideast Peace Efforts
WASHINGTON (JTA) Secre-
tary of State Dean Rusk said this
week he had conferred with Presi-
dent-elect Richard M. Nixon's
Middle East fact-finding envoy and
has no doubt that the new Admin-
istration wants the State Depart-
ment to support the peace-seeking
mission of U.N. envoy Dr. Gunnar
V. Jarring. On a television inter-
view program, Mr. Rusk said that
he and former Pennsylvania Gov.
William W. Scranton met as the
latter prepared his tour of six
Middle East states. The Secretary
ol State indicated that the Nixon
Administration will seek Israeli
and Arab cooperation in support
of the Jarring mission.
Commenting on U.S.-Soviet ef-
forts to achieve a limitation on
Middle East arms shipments. Mr.
Rusk said Washington had pressed
for this goal for over a year, but it
appeared a prerequisite to such a
limitation was a general settle-
ment of outstanding political issues.
Afterward, he said, the Russians
may be willing to talk. He express-
ed confidence that political com-
promise on both sides could lead
Continued on Page 12-A
WILLIAM SCKANT0N
Jewish Groups Condemn Embassy
Try To Exploit Film On Ghetto
rael Labor Party, wants to keep
the occupied territories segregated
from Israel.
The effect of the decision will be
to slow down economic integra-
tion. Each proposal will have to
be brought before the full minis-
terial committee, which will have
to approve the enterprise and the
amount of aid it is to be granted.
Mr. Sapir had objected earlier to
two proposals !o establish factories
on the West Bank that would serve
as sub-contractors for Israeli and
other lirms.
The Cabinet's consensus decision
was announced by Prime Minister
Levi E.-hkol. Participants in the
session were Menachcm Berlin,
(icn. Dayan and Joseph Saphir,
who are classed as "hawks" and
Mordecai Bcntov. Moshe Kcl. Zal-
man Aranne and Pinhas Sapir,
who are considered "doves." Mr.
Eshkol is said to lean toward a
"hawkish" view, but tends to me-
diate between the two camps in-
stead of taking sides.
In a television interview. Gen.
Dayan said the crux of the on-
going debate was what "practical
measures" could be taken on the
West Bank and in the Gaza Strip
in the interim period pending a
peace settlement. His plan for eco-
nomic integration, he explained.
w as not intended to turn West
Bank Arabs into Israeli citizens.
nor did it involve annexation '>
Continued on Page 10-A
WASHINGTON (JTA)The Em-
bassy of Poland this week was
charged by a Conference of Presi-
dents of Major Jewish Organiza-
tions spokesman with "cynically
attempting to exploit a television
film on the Warsaw Ghetto.'' Per-
sons invited to a special showing
and party arranged by the Polish
Ambassador began declining the
invitations.
Polish diplomats had decided to
stage a propaganda showing of a
National Broadcasting Co. "Eter-
nal Light"' program on Nazi atroci-
ties in the Warsaw Ghetto because
of rising American criticism of cur
rent government sponsored anti-
Semitie policies in Poland Andrei
Konopacki, first secretary of the
embassy, has publicly taken the
position that Poland is anti-Zionist
[and anti-subversive, but not anti-
Semitic. Polish Ambassador Jcrzy
Michalowski invited leaders of the
Jewish community and press-TV
media to the embassy for a parly.
The Conference of Presidents
spokesman voiced "shock over the
arrogance of the embassy in ex-
ploiting the martyrdom of the
leu> of the Warsaw Ghetto at the
very time that the People's Repub-
lic of Poland is preparing "show
trials of an anti-Semitic nature
reminiscent of the Stalin era. The
same embassy, during the 25th an-
niversary of the Ghetto uprising.
issued propaganda deprecating and
minimizing the courage and hero-
ism of the Jewish freedom fighters.
The Warsaw government even
made it difficult for the Jews in
Continued on Page 10-A
IN THIS ISSUE
Alioo 4-A
Bar Mitzvah 12-B
Book Review 11A
Candhghting 6-C
Cohen 4-A
Dintng 10-A
Editorials 4-A
Engagem'ts KB
Features 8-C
Lehman 8- B
Letters 6-A
Obituary 15B. 10C
People-Places 7-B
Real Estate 11-S
Round Town 2-C
Sermon 6-C
Synagogues 6-C
Torah 6-C
TV 6-C
Weddings B-B
Woman's
World 5-B
on Page 8-A
ISRAEL HELPS TOO
SYNAGOGUE
yed BY FIRE
GTON (JTA)The
r^Bgoguc in Odessa,
l_ ^s burned to the
"~ IV. 26. The Soviet
it's Novosti news
ibu'es the fire to
.Brcuit in electrical
IMatzoh baking fa-
Hdessa has one of
rgest Jewish com-
ftrd of the destruc-
e last functioning
in the Black Sea
btained here when
fib.issy officials dis-
eipt of a cable as-
at a preliminary
ion revealed that
Igration was acci-
N. Y. Jews Aid Arson Attack Victims
NEW YORK (JTA) The New
York Jewish community was mo-
bilizing this weekwith an assisl
from Israel to help the lire
devastated Eastern Parkway ye-
shiva in Brooklyn recover from a
loss estimated between $100,000
and $200,000.
The Flalbush Orthodox yeshiva.
the 11th Jewish house of worship
desecrated in the last three months,
was the victim of arson that left
its first floor study hall and syna-
gogue gutted. Seven Torahs, thou-
sands of books including Talmud
volumes and numerous religious
articles were lost.
The two-story brick yeshiva had
opened a year ago after "many
years of hard struggle" to build,
according to one source. It was
built "dollar by dollar" by the
generally low-income Jewish com-
munity.
Answering an appeal by Mayor
John V Lindsay, the Israel govern
ment's Ministry of Religious Af-
fairs announced it would fly tour
Torah scrolls possibly from an
Eastern European collection to
the yeshiva. A man from Valley
Stream. L.I., walked in with a fifth
scroll. Gifts of money and religious
texts, as well as the loan of books,
ere promised by various private
citizens and synagogues.
Rabbi Wolfe Kelman, executive
vice president of the Rabbinical
Assembly of America (Conserva-
tive) told the JTA he was taking
I steps to organize a committee rep-
i resenting various elements of the
! "community-at-large" to raise
funds for restoration. He hopes to
obtain emergency grants from
Jewish charities which do not nor-
mally make contributions to ye-
shi\ as.
Rabbi Harold II. Gordon, execu-
tive vice president of the New
York Board of Rabbis, said the or-
ganization plans to appeal to mem-
ber congregations to create a fund
which can provide money to dese-
crated and damaged yeshivas or
synagogues. It will also appeal for
Torahs and other items to replace
those burned.
Principal and founder of the
Eastern Parkway Yeshiva is Rabbi
Meilach Silber, whose father had
saved one of the burned Torahs
from the Nazis by sending it to a
Polish village for safekeeping. The
Silbers brought it with them to
America when they came after the
war. Plans were being made for
the traditional funeral for the
damaged scrolls.
Earlier in the week, a Bronx
Hebrew school and a synagogue
two blocks away were damaged by
tire-; during one -4 hem- period.
Police were hunting four youths
seen inside the Hebrew institute of
University Heights shortly before
ihe fire broke out in a tourth floor
classroom. The Hebrew Institute
building houses a synagogue and
a YM-YWHA. Police said a care-
taker had chased four youths from
the building about 90 minutes be-
fore the fire was discovered. Swas-
tikas were found chalked on walks
I in the vestibule and in the audi-
1 torium. Firemen said vandals had
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Blank, Meyers Again Head Ball
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MRS. ANNA B. MEYERS
SAM BLANK
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|Te(l R Lurie. managing director
the Jerusalem Post and one of
far!'- most distinguished journal-
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[a luncheon meeting of the Mon-
ies of Israel at 12:30 p.m. Sun
in the Fontainebleau Hotel.
(Another guest speaker at the '
|cheon will be Col. Shlomo Gor-
of the Israel Air Force, who
plaved a key role in Israel's
strategy in recent years. He
11 report on the current military
nation in Israel.
Vt the luncheon plans will be
tcussed for the series of festive
pnts taking place during the
Blth of December under the
jis of the I and Capital for Israel, includ-
the Chanukah Festival Dec. 22.
the Ambassadors Ball Dec. 28. and
the Capital for Israel New Year's
Day Gala on Jan. 1, 1969.
Aaron Kahan. executive director
of the Israel Bond Organization
who announced the luncheon meet-
ing lor the Honorees of Israel,
said details of the Oleh Regel Tour
of 1969. set for June 15, which is
sponsored annually by the Israel
Bond Organization, will also be
presented.
Miami will be Mr. I.urie's last
stop before returning to Israel fol-
lowing a fact-finding mission to
Moscow. Paris. London and Wash-
ington. One of Israel's foremost
journalists and foreign correspond-
ents, he has a wide reputation as
one of Israels leading editors. He
has been associated with the Jeru-
salem Post (formerly called the
Palestine Post) since its establish
ment in 1932. He has been its edi
tor since 1955, and founded its
widely read Weekly Overseas Edi-
tion in 1959.
Mr. Lurie has been connected
with major news media as a for-
eign correspondent, at various
times representing the Associated
Press, the News Chronicle of Lon-
don, the Central News Agency of
i in, and the Columbia Broad-
casting System. He was the firsl
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credited to the Jewish Bi
during World War II, which he
coven d in Egypt, Italy and the
African desert.
A native ol New York State, Mr
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after graduating from Cornell I ni-
v( rsity in 1930. He rke<
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Ball in 1961.
Climaxing the annual Israel Bond
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organizational heads, reflecting
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Universal Declaration
For Human Rights
.-- body ire
.-_-.- than List concerning rtseif
[1 took the honors and tragedy
:: the Nazi holocaust to move the
Unaad Nctons to 3d in i irrectiOB
but even so the effort te secure -.-_
verse. acceptance z: ::.e Declaration
has proved tc be -p.-._ Lc/hi an be*
Z~z.oration has aimed al
establishing s re;:^:" for human
righii and -- the ietennina-
tion :: the United Nations to sc:e-
guard these rights
m the orig r.:! resolution proclaim-
ing the purpose of the document the
Genera Assembly declared that it woa ie
lined 10 consolidate world ;r;:e thr^urh the
contribution of the United Nations towards me
riion :: individuals from the ,
zzz:e-i.:.-. and constraint tc they are
ted
The rights enu .:- the Declaration
embrace the broad range :: human expei
reflect the sntur.es ::
pre*
BCH!K0 THC WUJ. Of FiSTASY.,
Respect For The Individual
Included are the rights of life liberty and
security of pet sou the righi tc equality t
the law and to e:^: proti : he law she
right to protection against arbitrary arrest de-
tention z: exile the right to freedom of move-
ment within the coders of each state and the
right to leave any coui ing one's own
and Ic return tc one's own country.
Next week marks the twentieth xa&iven
of the adoption of the I of Human
Rights and while the day will h>e observed
around the a and iniust
thai it was meant to remedy are still with
mankind
It is tragically ironic that the Soviet govern-
Di has chosen to -:e: up its efforts :; strangle
Jewish group within its borders at the very
lime o: celebration of the anniverscrv z: the
Deckrral tc Moscow hus heer. z s._-
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The Kremlin s cynical contempt for com-
mitments and its calcu tensification of
pre;udires in order -o serve the immediate
political purposes of the ruling clique in Mos-
cow are clearly evident in the latest escalation
of anti-Serr.:t.srr..
Twentieth Anniversary
The tweuttetfa anniversary of the Declcrattcn
clso finds grave reason to fear that Jews will
be made scapeaoats of Russia's cold-blooded
and high handed repression of the glimmerings
of independence and freedom in Czechoslo-
vakia.
The threat of show trials of Jews in Poland
is dangerously imminent and reports have
emanated from Warsaw that accused students
end lecturers, mostlv lews, are alleged to have
signed confessions" linking them with western
anti-Communists and so-called counterrevolu-
ry :: i es
Other lewish victims of ttpres;::- who
have not benefitted from the Declaration in-
clude Jews living in Egypt Syria and Iraq
.here anti-Iewish measures r.r-.-e been intensifj
ed since the Israel Arab Six Day ''' a
The 'zz-^.-.zr. boa mere on to
the implementation :: the trrtcls of human
rights lepends of course on the determination
oi tree er. everywhere to secure those rigl
But primarily it is the obligation of (be
"Jr..ted Nations to recogr..ze injustice every
here and focus worldw.de attenf.or. ;r. blatant
; of oppression
Tr.e twentieth crnniversary z: the De-r'.ar.
is certainly the time for redidication to its lofty
coals.
Jewish National Fund
The *ev. anal Fund ot Greater Miami
is its annual dinner Sunday evening z:
the FonK
Nearii the er.d of :ts seventh decadi
rice to "re lewish ceop'.e the JNF was es-
tablished initially to purchase and red-:
id :z: z lewish homelca
Ihroagh the year; its ettcrts ertccrttpo^,. a
much crc-aaer program.
to develct: ag | rge I icts in
estine the INF bed the I
farms end lages ai \ new a
ments that have .
become fart- il. -.: a Israel.
Urban development was a) luded in
its program ana to the INF must go much of
the credit for consolidating Jewish communal
life in the Holy Land.
When the United Nations voted the estab-
lishment of a lewish State, Israel, left to tts own
resources, was able to withstand Arab art -
largely because of the network of settlements
built with the aid of the INF.
In the years following the establishment of
Israel, the JNF played a major role in the ab-
soprtion of hundreds of thousands of immi-
grants.
In all these efforts, Greater Miami Jewry
has had a significant share and the local JNF
Council menu the continued support of our com-
munity.

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Jewish Agency Chairman Will
Address CJA Pacesetters Dinner
Aryeh I. Pinciis. chairman of
Ihe Jewish Agency executive, will
K gue8t speaker at the annual
pacesetters Dinner of the 1969
tombi&ed Jewish Appeal Israel
Emergency Fund to be held Mon-
ay at the home of Robert Russell.
Hera! chairman of the CJA drive.
Leonard Rosen, vice president
id director of the Gulf American
orp and Sidney Lefcourt. a pasl
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president of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, have accepted
i the chairmanship and cochairman-
| ship of the Pacesetters Division.
"The Combined Jewish Appeal
is honored and privileged to have
two such distinguished leaders tak-
ing on the responsibility for the
Pacesetters Division.'- said Russell.
| know that with Leonard Rosen
; and Sidney Lefcourt leading the
way, the Pacesetters Division will
; come through with a tremendous
increase for the 1969 Combined
Jewish Appeal campaign."
Mr. Pincus. chairman of the
board of Tel Aviv University, heads
Ihe Jewish Agency, which is the
major Israeli arm of the United
Jewish Appeal. The CJA transmits
American funds to the Jewish
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EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
Your recent front-page headline
aboiit the ousting <<: the hist Jews
from the Polish Politburo was t;ik-
er. with special satisfaction. Though
these persons expelled were born
;i~ Jews, thc> have for a long time
In ir association with their
is individ-
ual- in tlic Communisl hierarchy:
r, their presence therein
ight shame and embarrassment
.ic .1; lai
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'.a in So\ ii; Russia, it is in-
1 \ able that any .1 < v\. as a
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such a war could ever be won.
Yet in this penny packet war in
"1 Delta, during the month of
October, despite all their efforts
to avoid engagement, more than
2.000 VC fell in combat, another
815 were taken prisoner and
there were several hundred mili-
'. } defectors. Add the figures
1 C again The VC attrition rate
ir the penny packet war is still
ve 100 percent per annum,
the November results to date
t rfirm those obtained in Oc-
ti ir
Weapons Loss
Jew. could belong to the Commu-
nist movement which brought so
much suffering and tragedj to the
Jews a- well as to humanity Any
man with a little conscience would
revolt against the injustii
upon humanity and espi
., gains) the Jewish peop 1
OUl lor the worst In t!,.
Those who are -til! con:-..
w'"h this oartj arc indeed individ-
uals seeking careers using an out-
moded ideo.ogj ;i .1 means to this
end. The others who were sincere
in their business were gra
eliminated and liquidated bj .1
system which cannot tolerate peo-
ple desirous of social justice. Nat
urally. this was a personal tragedy
for those who went down in the
'Darkness at Noon".
There are still those among us
who are trying to differentiate be-
tween the nature of Nazism and
Communism. Considering the rev-
elations made by the survivors of
Stalin Communism, it really must
be difficult to distinguish the fiie
difference between these two to-
talitarian powers. Indeed, the
Stalin era which covered a major
portion of Russian Communism,
was a forerunner of Nazism in all
its methods. The Nazis had only to
copy the Communist blueprint in
action by building concentration
camps for their opposers and to
apply the policies of genocide
which the Communists practiced.
ly to keep the population in fear of
their rulers,
To make the Communist move-
ment Judenrein' as ha- now been
done in Poland. 1- in reality a
en ice to all Jews Right-wing
ol the tile world n .'.
Communism bj
age" ..." I say, "I! I!'-
And there are many such as I.
He believe that our bondage in nvn ior ine nownt
Egypt was a condition made o j NOT equate the l|,a, p *
'Abraham, and as such, is above aIncrs. re,Pler.
politic -
The former slavery of the Negro I MART in s
HOI*
groups
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The confrontation wit C
munism is not on I)
.11 the rders f I Slati : Israel
where Ihe besl of tl are
yi .1. but all over the
The Communists in Poland who
were expelled from the party are
not victims. They serve only as
proof of the hatred 01 Communists
tor Jews. Even those who were
willing to betray their own people
are not excluded from the rage Di
the Communists
MAURICE GOLDRING,
Miami Beach
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
In answer to the rhetorical ques
tion posed by Mr. Cohen in a re-
cent issue of The Jewish Floridian
"What Jew of our times has not
identified with the Black struggle
for freedom during the Seder, or
who has not thought of the Negro
during the prayer 'As Thou hast
saved Israel from Egyptian bond
crimes never committed, but mere-
Naturally, the Germans being
1: is fashionable among those perfectionists, went one step fur-
W.-.o hanker for American defeat ,. j ,- .
- pooh pooh such figures, of ",er- a<, < < 'I'M. gregious Roger Mils- ^termination camps. But after all
1 once announced grandly that ,ne revelations of the inhuman
dtached no significance to crimes of Communist historv in
hfiunta concerning this war. Rllssia wno tod can stJon
except the figures on weapons ,. ,. _,.
: and weapons captured Well. hat lhe slave camps of Slberia
then, in October last year the ratio nad ,ne PurPse of exterminating
was 510 enemy weapons captured people who were taken there for
251 of ours lost, and in Oc
this year it was 1.086 weap-
on- captured to 84 lost
More important, there is the
1 nee of North Vietnamese re-
ii ments In thl I'pper Delta
inces mot included in the
'...ires given above because they
.^ 1 outside the 1\' Corp- area.
1 win- never
' itcei as ci Ires bi I ire the
l-i I offei May
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e Delta it
ces in 1 Delta prov-
es have n -
Vii tnamese to
gaps in their rai
in the Dd:., proper, North
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. to be used in Dinh Tuong
ince. once a main VC reel '
ground.
Amorphous War
',; this amorphous war. finally.
tb( mathematics is what counts.
Trt enemy is almost everywhere.
Wt are also everywhere, for the
crce immune base areas of the
VC are being attacked daily. The
prime question is simply whether
the VC can still be selfregenerat-
- despite the current attrition
rcte, and with an attrition rate
&'.ove 100 percent per annum it
i- quite clear that they cannot
< -.'.inue to be self-regenerating
f'. r long
That leaves the other question
( eerning what the Hanoi war
j. snners can or will do to pre-
m it the whole VC position in the
vital Delta from coming apart at
the seams. To this second ques-
tion one cannot know the answer
Bui it is again quite clear that
. possible answer must involve
heavy and quite novel outlays of
\ rth Vietnamese manpower,
ch Hanoi has seemingly de-
c (I (or has been compelled* to
s c nd with a less ruthlessly lav-
hand.
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YMHA Features Exhibition Marking Warsaw Uprising
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A special exhibit of prints and the history and heroics of the Jews
photographs depicting the "War- | in Warsaw during that period and
be on
display at the YM-YWHA of Great-
er Miami from Dec. 10-23.
to help celebrate and highlight
Jwish Book Month which is being
saw Ghetto Uprising"will be on | will also reveal the background of ; observed from Nov. 15 to Dec. 15.
the community established some Theme of the national commerr >
550 years ago. It will be open to | ration is
the public at no charge.
On loan from B'nai B'rith's
Klutznick Exhibit Hall, the display
is part of the Miami YMHA com-
memoration Of Jewish Book Month
and is dedicated to the memory of
the men. women, and children who
foughl and died in the ghetto up-
rising 29 years ago.
The entire exhibit will dwell on
This special exhibit is one of
many events at the YMHA planned
Resistance and Redemp-
tion" honoring the 25th anniver-
sary of the Ghetto U] jail -
the Nazis.
E. Albert Pallot (right) of Miami Beach and Neil Steinman
of Miami meet five-year-old Tracy Greenwood, the 1969
March of Dimes National Poster Child, at the annual meet-
ing of B'nai B'rith's Commission on Community and Vete-
rans Services here. Mr. Pallot and Mr. Steinman are nation-
al chairman and district representative, respectively, of the
commission.
Cohen
Continued from Page 4-A
media, his strength greatly ex-
aggerated.
"What threatens Jews is really
the Wallace-type, a reactionary
America, a police statethat kind
of mentality. The irony is that
the Jews and Blacks will be led
to the camps together in a re-
pressive America. The Black may
be a nuisance now but he is not
the enemy."
The genius of the American
Jew is shown in his contribution
to the general society. With less
than three percent of the popula-
tion, the Jews are ten percent of
the college campus and as a re-
sult are innovativ and pivotal in
American politics. Eugene Mc-
Carthy, for instance, Vorspan
views as essentially a Jewish po-
litical phenomenon. "We are the
only group that has made it that
still votes like the most depress
ed in our society, the Negro. And
the last election proved that we
were the only ones immune from
the backlash."
Looking at the young genera-
lion. Vorspan sees it as "the best
ever because our kids are acting
out what we have taught them.
Thej have a Jewish fire in their
belly, even though they may de-
spise Jewish institutions Their
rebi i- nol against us so
much a reai'ion to our fail-
ures Our dun is to help them
make rational decisions and dis-
tinctions." At least half of the
campus rebels, he ponied out.
are Jewish, as were the youth
who went to Mississippi on free-
dom marches.
Vorspan regards the "Jewish
Power' inherent in every congre-
gation as sufficient to create a
revolution of its own. As an ur-
ban people, the Jews have a large
stake in making the cities work
and as innovators and catalysts
could solve the urban crisis "be-
yond our wildest dreams."
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faith. Vorspan made it plain
again that the Jew's salvation
comes from deed, not creed. And.
if much of this sounds familiar,
it isbecause this is the History
of the Jew.
JWV Sabbath
At Beth Raphael
The annual Jewisii War Veterans
Sabbath will be held at Temple
Beth Raphael. 1545 Jefferson A\ e .
Friday at 8:15 p.m. Featured at
this service commemorating the
attack on Pearl Harbor will be
Daniel Neal Heller, former national
commander of the Jewish War Vet-
erans of the U.S.A. The service is
sponsored by Auxiliary and Post
No. 330. Miami Beach.
Rabbi David Raab will conduct
the service and introduce the
speaker. Mrs. Benjamin Rochwag
will bring greetings. Cantor Saul
H. Breeh will chant the liturgy ac-
companied by the Temple Choir
under the direction of Abram Kra-
shinsky.
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French Rabbi
In Appeal For
Religious Aid
Continued From Page 1-A
"the urcat Human ami ethical
>t our prophets."
Ribbi Joseph Karasick, Orthodox
Union president, told the conven-
tion that verbal and physical as-
saults against Jews and Jewish
property in slum areas constituted
a problem of crime in the streets,
not an "anti-Semitic conspiracy,"
but he warned that a long-term
conflict was developing in Negro-
Jewish relations, which requires
serious consideration from the
Jewish community a problem
created by competition between
Jews and Negroes for professional
jobs now sought by Negroes.
ghoul the l 'nited
StaW !i 11 .1 special concern over
om : t'li re. en! New York
( ublic s< ho l It achers' strike
anti-S mitism in
between black par,! ts
ers in the i xperimental
' H \ ns\ ille school dis
Iricl : klyn and the United
i .: iiion ol IV. chers
ix .' ivs In
the tai gel ol
riotii les on the I
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was most likelj to
meet he Jew was in public school
teaching and social casework, for
in th< se ana< competitive exam-
inatio is are the door to admission,
hi these area- the Negro, "scram-
bling at long last up the ladder.
see* ie Jew in his waj Alrc.nl>
Ihe .ii h se< aspiring Negroes as a
professional threat, he said, par
ticularly when serious proposals
are n ade that black- should gel
speci) consideration in easing the
proli ir...: requirements for .jobs
The negative aspect- <>l black at-
titude- toward .lews must not he
used an excuse for .lews to with-
draw rom the struggle for a more
decen society for all minorities.
he phasized.
Brandeis University President
Is Due In Miami For Local Fete
MORRIS B. ABRAM
Israeli Violinist Set
For Concert At Y
Violinist Matitiahu Braun will
be feature I In the "Showcase of
Young Israeli Artist-" concert at
he YM-YWHA ol Greater Miami
n Saturday, Dec. 21, at 8 15 p.m.
The new concert series at the Y
i- one of live planned for the sea-
son The "Show ease ol Young Is-
i Artists" i- featuring young
music ans from Israel who are
making their debuts in .Miami.
Corn in Jerusalem, Matitiahu
Braun began his violin studies a:
the age of six and was hailed as
.i prodigy when, alter onl> three
months ol study, he performed the
Vivaldi Concerto in recital.
In 1955, at the age of 15, Braun
ere! a competition sponsored
I'll America I-i.nl Cultural
:i and won a \ iolin from
'ollection I 'or eight > ears
v ,i recipient "i scholarships
i un ; radui si lies at the
,n Academj ol Music in Tel
c \\ where he si lied with Odoen
In l!i(i2 Braun came to the United
i un ler a scholarship grant
Mr entered the Juilliard School of
Music a- a student >: Joseph Puchs
and graduated with honors
Winner ol the Concert Artists
Guild Award. Braun performed
in a joint recital in Town Hall in
1065 He was a finalist in the Paga-
nini Competition held in Genoa.
Italy, in 1966.
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Morris B. Abram. president of
Brandeis University, and Mrs.
Abram will be introduced to the
South Florida community at a
Dec. 17 theater party at the Hade
County Auditorium, it was an-
nounced this week by Leonard A.
Wien, president of the Brandeis
University Club here
Under the leadership of Mr
Wien's brother. Lawrence A Wien
ol New York City and Palm Beach,
members ol the Brandeis Board of
Trustees, acting as individuals are
hosting a Grand Premiere Pre
view night of Fiddler on the
Roof at the auditorium.
The performance mark- the be-
ginning of a four-week stand by the
national compan> of "Fiddler.
with tickets available from the
Brandeis office here for members
of ihe Annual Giving Program of
the university, The office is lo-
cated in the one Lincoln Road
Bldg. in Miami Beach.
'I his will be the firsl \ isil here
bj Mr, and Mrs Abram since his
election as president of the Massa
chusetts university. He was inaugu
rated as Brandeis' second presi
dent in impressive ceremonies in
October
Immediate p.i-t national pre-.
dent of the American Jewish Ccm-
miltee. Mr Abram is a noted New
York attorney and United Nations
diplomat. He continues to serve U
senior IS. advisor to the United
Nations and U.S. representative to
the IN Commission on Human
Kiyht-
Appointed bj the late President
John F. Kennedy in 1961 as the
first general counsel of the Peace
Corps, Mr. Abram was active in
the policy and legal work surround
ing the birth of the Corps.
In lf>t!2. Mr. Kenned) appo t< I
Mr Abram as the I S export ol
the I' N Subcommission on the
Prevention of Discrimination and
the Protection of Minorities In
1964 and 1965, be submitted draft
international conventions t<> estab-
lish standards against racial and
religious discrimination and has
been active in drawing interna
tional attention to anti Semiti-m
in the Soviet Union
Si veral membei of the Bran
de;- board ol trustee- now in South
Florida are arranging special
groups from the Palm Beach. Hoi
lywood and Greater Miami areas
to attend the gala premiere -how
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terpret in dance the responses to the pray-
ers which Cantor Jacob Bornstein. Rabbi
Joseph R. Narot and the congregation will
share. In keeping with the occasion. Rabbi
Narct will discuss "The Joy of Faith." He
will interpiet that place which the arts have
in faith and in the translation of our ethical
ideals.
Historian To Discuss Spanish Jews At Institute Lecture
"l he Fate of the Spanish Jews:
A Lesson for American Jewry?"
js the topic to be discussed i>>
Rabbi Martin A. Cohen at Sunday
morning's Greenfield Adult insti-
tute at Temple Israel of Greater
Miami.
Professor of history and Bible
at the New York Sehool of the
Hebrew Union College Jewish In
stitute of Religion, Dr. Cohen is
presently engaged in writing a
book on the Mexican Inquisition
and another on the relationship
between Jewi-h history and theol-
Ogy. He- has also been commis-
sioned by B'nai B'rith to write a
new one-volume history of the
Jews,
In recent years, Dr, Cohen has
been active in the field of Catholic-
Jewish relations and has analyzed
the Jewish community's views of
Ihe F.cumenical Council before the
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Young Israel of Greater Miami
will be celebrated at the North
Miami Beach congregation's an
nual banquet to be held Sunda>
evening, Jan. 2f>. at the Fontaine
hleau Hotel, it was announced this
week by Ernest Field, president.
William Kreuter of .North Miami
Beach has been named chairman
if the event. Some ;500 persons are
expected to attend
Rabbi Naftali I'orush is spiritual
leader of the congregation which
Is located at 990 NT. 171st St.,
North Miami Beach.
An affiliate of the National
Council of Young Israel, the con
gregation conducts weekday and
Sunday religious classes and nurs-
< ry school.
Workmen's Circle To Elect
Meyer London Branch 28 of The
Workmen's Circle will have elec-
tion of officers at its meeting Fri-
day at 8 p.m. in the Miami Beach
Federal Savings Bank Auditorium.
755 Washington. Ave.
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Friday. December S, 1968
Jewish Groups Condemn Embassy
Try To Exploit Film On Ghetto
Continued From Pago 1-A
Warsaw to memorialize the mar-
tyrs on the 25th anniversary. The
Conference has confidence that
American Jewry will see through
1his hypocritical attempt to con-
fuse and mislead the U.S. Jewish
community," he said.
An N'BC spokesman said the net-
work had borrowed some film foot-
le of the Ghetto battle for use in
the "Eternal Light"' program. "A
Record of Remembrance." pro-
duced under the auspices of the
Jewish Theological Seminary of
America in New York. When NBC
returned the borrowed historical
strips, used as inserts, the network
extended the usual courtesy, send-
ing the Polish Embassy the com-
plete show. Had they borrowed
footage from North Vietnam, the
r.etwork would have extended the
same courtesy to Hanoi, the NBC
( fficial explained, because it shows
1he context in which the loaned
material had been used.
But the Polish Embassy decided
1o make a big production of the
presentation of the film print to
Ambassador Michalowski. A gala
cocktail reception was scheduled
tnd invitations issued. Mindful of
the growing shock in America over
the revival of anti-Semitism, under
Israel Drops
Plans For
Integration
Continued tram Page 1-A
: -.- territory. The present sit
ol no-peace, no-war cannot be v
, ected to change within the year,
n ir. and Israel must b gin
. for a third year of occu-
. in. If a situation arises
- Israel to choose bet'
ent Hi
the ;' would then
to examine the situation care-
: .'.>. its dec :.:ig upon
at new lines were proposed and
m a new war n
iu ;hl F ir the pn sent,
Gen. Dayai said hi I the
ile goven : -reed that Is-
not withdraw from the
. ase-fire lines without a guaran-
ace.
the guise of anti-Zionism, the Po-
lish government apparently seized
upon an opportunity to obscure the
present issue by denouncing Nazi
policies of the past.
"it is infamous that this same
Polish government that defamed
the Warsaw Ghetto martyrs a few
months ago as part of its continu-
ing anti-Semitic campaign should
now try to exploit a film memo-
rializing the Jewish uprising." said
Herman Edelsberg. director of the
international affairs department of
B'nai B'rith. "It is a case of the
thief seeking to divert attention
from himself by crying "Stop, thief.'
The new-type Nazis are pointing a
finger at the old Nazis."
When Warsaw authorities issued
a list of uprisings by Polish pa-
triots against the Nazis recently,
the Jewish revolt in the Warsaw
Ghetto was omitted.
DAYAN FAVORED
TEi,AUV.JTV-.A poll
published here this week
showed that Defense Minis-
ter Mosbe Dayan would beat
Prime Minister Levi Kshkol
by nearly two to one if elec-
tion- to the Knesset were
held now.
According to the findings
of the Public Opinion Re-
search Institute. Gen. Dayan
would poll 33 4 percent of
the vote to just over 17 per-
cent for Mr. Eshkol. Deputy
Prime Minister Yigal Allon
would win 15 percent and
Foreign Minister Abba Eban
11 percent, the poll found.
Installation Slated
iBy Beth Raphael
The annual Temple Be:'-,
phael Installation of Officer
quet will be held Sumtav Dec
at 6 p.m. in the DeauvilL H
Mrs. Bertha Davidson. !;f,
ber of the Temple and o
civic and cultural lean.
lanthropist will be i
'Woman of the Year."
-
Rabbi David Raab will m |]
the officers of the Tem|
hood and Men's Club u \
Saul H. Breeh will at: ,
of ceremonies.
Dr. Adolph Finkler. timing
president, is chairman
_Y. Y. Jews
Aid Victims
Of Arson
Continued from Page 1-A
ken into the classroom and set
f:re to a stack of religious books
which were also torn and defaced.
Rabbi Maurice Lamm spiritual
deader of the congregation, said he
thought the fire, during which 20
persons had to be evacuted from
the building, was the work of "a
few pranksters." He said there was
r.o "untoward evidence of anti-
Semitism" in the neighborhood.
'Dreyfus TriuV Is
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he most celebrated cases in the
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Schiff, executive vice president of
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BOOIf REVIEW.....---------------
seymour h. liebman
THE AMERICAN JEWS
By JAMES YAFFE
shipper in a Protestant church"?
Hadassah will rise in indigna-
tion when reading that "Hadas-
sah stopped being a Zionist or-
ganization a long time ago." And
the chapter entitled "Holier than
.lames Yaffe, who has attempt-
h to dissect and psychoanalyze
fie Ajnerican Jewish community.
Is his book The American Jews
Random House, $7.95). a "por-
rait of a split personality."
In the book which presents a
birds-eye view of all aspects of
Icwish lifesecular and religious,
[ontroversial and non controver-
sialand almost all facets from
[he womb to the tomb, he ana-
lyzes, criticize- and praises every
major organization and division
Jof life which concerns Jews land
gome which are of little concern)
Among the contradictions of
the split personality" of Ameri-
an Jewry are optimism and
mism, religious traditional-
ism and modern pragmatism,
worship and idol breaking,
. rence and Irreverence.
The great respect and numer-
ius complimentary allusions to
Dr. Charles S. I.iebman. this re-
er's son, makes bland praise
ol the book a temptation. How-
ever, there are weaknesses ol
varying impact which cannot be
overlooked. For instance, a good
: lor would have eliminat-
ed about 25 percent of the word-
, c. especially in the second hall.
There are several errors, some
picayune, which an- distracting,
they i.npugn the validity of
the author's observations by indi-
cating either carelessness in writ-
ing or lack of knowledge. Among
these errors are: "Glasses which
have been used for meat cannot
be used for dairy foods"; Ortho-
doxy has an "over developed
sense of guilt"; that there is a
private country club for Jews in
lazi War Criminal
its Life Sentence
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im:i/. Jentszch, was convicted for .
Is part in the mass murders oi
line 10,000 Jews in an Austrian
Incentration camp during 1941-42.
he Jews were killed in ice-water
heath baths."
I Jentszch, now a Berlin building
Intractor, collapsed when the < n
Im-i was read. His co-defendants,
Irmer staff sergeants Helmut
huge, 48. of Plensberg and Alfons
[ross, 52, received sentences oi
Jght and six years respectively.
he court said it w is boing lenient
the case of Kluge because he
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offend Orthodoxy, since it claims
that it takes a "strange kind of
person to be an Orthodox Jew."
These small excerpts taken at
random from the book illustrate
Thou" can be expected to further
the provocative nature of some of
its contents. But despite iU im-
perfections, Th* American Jawe
deserves reading and can serve a
material for study groups for a
long time to come.
Miami Beach; that "schwartse*1
is a term of contempt. He has
also misspelled Habonim, the
Labor Zionist youth movement,
and erred when he placed it in
contradistinction to Hashomer
Hatzair. which is an Israeli po-
litical party.
The final chapter contains ex-
cessive subjective evaluations and
valu judgments, based upon iso-
lated personal experiences or
statements. The author is on firm-
er ground when he relies on more
objective data and illustrates by '
recounting humorous anecdotes.
Although he does not prove his
thesis thai "a -plit personality is
the key to understanding Ameri-
can Jewish lite," he does remind
US Of many events too easily for-
gotten and deficiencies in organi-
zational and communal life which
require continuous attention.
His chapter on "Halakic Smor
gasbord" should provide topics of
lively discussion. Yaffe accuses
modern Orthodox Jews of ration
alizing about such things a^ mixed
seating in the synagogue. He also
makes statements to which other.
segments ol Jewry will take ex-
ception, if not umbrage.
Rabbis and cantors may be
displeased with the sentence, "it
is the rabbi now who conducts
the service and the cantor i- rele-
gated to a strictl) performing
status." And what reaction can
he expect trom his description ot
the "southern Jewish lady who,
when the rabbi says 'Let us pray'
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"iJewislli Floridian
HUC Dean Due Here
For Beth Am Celebration
liami, Florida. December 6, 1968
Section B
Israel's Ambassador To Mexico
To Address Cuban Bond Fete
Ambassador Abraham Darom.
he of Israel's foremost experts on
in-American affairs, will be a
L-ial guest of the Cuban-Israel
{! .inukah Dinner of State Sunday,
15. the first night of Chanu-
Bh, it has been announced by
...it- Silberberg, general chair-
kail of the event, first of its kind
the United States The 6:30 p.m.
Inner at the Fontainebleau Hotel
i;!l be preceded by a b' o'clock re-
t'ption for Ambassador and Mrs.
oters, Inc. To
Meet On Tuesday
Voters, Incorporated, will hold
}n ,ipen meeting at 8:15 p.m. Tues-
J.ty in the auditorium of the Wash-
:-ton Federal Bldg.. 1234 Wash-
|ngton Ave.. Miami Beach. Harry
evy, president of Voters. Incor-
irated, will moderate.
Guest speakers will be Karl E.
".jcnger, manager of the Regional
jcial Security office, who will cx-
lain the latest rulings on Medi-
ire and Social Security, and Mi-
\ ni Beach City Conncilman Paul
'iderman. who will discuss Miami
ach and answer any questions
bmitted.
Darom.
Former Deputy Permanent Rep-
resentative of Israel to the United
Nations. Ambassador Darom serves
as his country's envoy to Mexico.
Previously, he had been the head
of the Latin-American Department
of the Foreign .Ministry of Israel
as well as Diplomatic Representa-
tive of Israel in Greece and Minis-
ter Plenipotentiary to Yugoslavia.
I he Ambassador is expected to de-
liver a major message in Spanish
at the Cuban Israel Chanukah Din-
ner of State.
It will be at this occasion that
the State of Israel Freedom Me-
dallion will be conferred upon Don
Adolfo Kates, venerable leader of
the Cuban-Jewish colony and one
of the founders of the Israel Bond
endeavor in Latin-America.
I Heading preparations for the
Chanukah Dinner with Mr. Silber-
berg are Rabbi Dov Rosencwaig.
honorary chairman; Naum Rosenc-
waig and Benjamin Terner, co-
chairmen.
Born in Santiago. Chile. Ambas-
: sador Darom is a graduate of the
jLaw School at the University of
I Chile, and practiced in Santiago
AMBASSADOR DAROM
as a specialist in criminal law. He
served as the director-general of
Chile's prisons, and was founder
and editor of "Revista de Ciencias
Penales." a quarterly magazine of
penology. He is the author of sev-
eral books on penal law. and was
a lecturer at the University of
Chile.
A prominent Zionist leader in
Chile prior to establishing resi-
dence in Israel in 1949, Ambassa-
dor Darom served as president of
the Chilean Zionist organization.
Dr. Paul Steinberg of New York,
dean of the Hebrew Union College-
Jewish Institute of Religion, will
be the guest speaker at the Bar
Mitzvah Anniversary dinner-dance
of Temple Beth Am.
The function, celebrating the
13th anniversary of Dr. Herbert M.
Baumgard's service as rabbi as
well as the 13th year of existence
for the South Dade synagogue, is
SChduled for Dee. 14 at the Shera-
ton Four Ambassadors Hotel.
Dean Steinberg heads the activi-
ties of the Jewish Institnte of Re-
ligion in New York City, one of
the two main components of the
HUC-JIR. which trains rabbis, can-
tors, educators and other profes-
sional personnel for the Reform
Jewish movement in the United
States and Canada.
A capacity attendance of 500
persons is expected at the func-
tion, according to George Malin,
president, and Alan B. Kessler,
dinner chairman. The gala social
event is a highlight of a Bar Mitz-
vah Anniversary capital funds
campaign now being conducted
under the chairmanship of J. Wil-
liam Baros.
The S450.000 drive will finance
construction of a new library, a
school building of six large class-
rooms, remodeling of the offices of
the rabbis and cantor, construction
of new administrative offices and
the remodeling of numerous other
' physical facilities of the congrega-
; tion of 900 family members.
A special entertainment pro-
gram has been arranged by Tem-
ple Beth Am members Al Leibert.
Herman F'eldman. Goodwin Sal-
koff and Mrs. Joan Schwartzman.
GEORGE MAUN
\ arietv Hospital
Cites Volunteers
Volunteers of the Gift Shop at
Variety Children's Hospital will
celebrate the fourth anniversary of
their project at an awards lunch-
eon at 11:30 a.m. Saturday in the
hospital auditorium.
Executive director Gerard W.
Frawley will be guest speaker, ac-
cording to an announcement by-
Mrs. Jack Hornung. Gift Shop
chairman, and gold chevrons will
be presented to volunteers accord-
ins; to the number of hours they
have worked in the shop.
The Gift Shop donates the pro-
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Friday, December G. l%g
Tel Aviv U. President Is Speaker
At Academy Scholarship Dinner
During his recent visit to Miami, Dr. George Wise, left, presi-
dent of Tel Aviv University, announced the election of
Leonard Rosen to the post of deputy chairman of the Board
of Governors of the university.
To Marie Anniversary sian p 'of Rabbi shneur zal-
* man of Liadi, the founder of the
The Florida Region of the Luba- chabad-Lubavitchcr Ha.ssidic move-
tcher movement's Merkos Leu mpnt a, a ,,athering at 8 p.m.
. organization will mark the _-.,
ith 01 Kislev. the not', anniver- Monday in Beth Israel Synagogue,
of the liberation from a Kus- 770 West 40th St.. Miami Beach.

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Dr George S. Wise, president of
Tel Aviv University since 1963.
griO be guest speaker at the 21st
jnnual scholarship dinner of the
Greater Miami Hebrew Academy
Ian 12. according to an announce
ment made by Louis Merwitzer.
..resident of the Miami Beach day
ichooL
The SlOO-acouple banquet, ex-
pected to attract a record attend-
ance of 2.000 Florida communal
ieaders. will honor Julius (Jack)
Rosen of Miami Beach, a spark-
plug in national efforts for Torah
Judaism and the State of Israel.
The initial meeting of the din-
ner committee will be held Sunday-
morning at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Rosen, with Leonard Rosen,
chairman of the board of the He-
brew Academy and brother of the
honoree. presiding at the plenary-
session.
Dr. Wise was approached in the
fall of l!H>2 by Israeli government
leaders who asked him to help the
fledgling Tel Aviv University ex-
pand its facilities. Under hi- guid-
ance, the university has expanded
: m l 200 students and 150 fac-
ulty members to a student body
!'iat i- expected to reach 12.000
next year and a teaching staff of
1,150, recruited largel) from out-
standing Israeli scholars who xen
teaching oi do ng research in the
l mt.1 Stati ther countries.
Tel Aviv University ha- arrang-
. l close relati .-. pa itl
. i rican >ns, including
hi i nil i rs ": of Miami, and
25 students from the Greater Mi-
ami area art now studyii
Israel*! a nd largest instil
higher learnii
Dr. Wise. bon. .:. Poland, moved
to the l'n ted States at the age oi
Jo to studj medicine. He gradu-
ated summa cum laude from Fur-
1 Unit ersitj in South < arolina,
and for a year attended Columbia
University School of M< licini be-
fore being toreed to leave school
for financial reasons. He resumed
h,> education years later and earn
,.,! his doctorate in sociology from
Columbia.
He taught Latin American politi-
cal, social and economic structure
at Columbia, and has lived in Mex-
ico for several years He was visit
in- professor at the National I ni-
versitj in Mexico City, and was
honored by the Mexican govern
ment for his leadership in anti
illiteracy and other education
campaigns.
A lifelong Zionist. Dr. Wise was
president of the American Friend-
of the Hebrew University for two
years before being elected a-
chairman of the Hebrew Univer-
rfty'a Board of Governors, a post
he held for nine year.- until 1982.
He received an honorary Ph.D.
from the Jerusalem university tor
his services in building the new
campus of Hebrew University.
Dr Wise is a frequent visitor to
South Florida, and works doselj
with I,oonard Rosen, who was re-
cently named deputy chairman of
the board of governors of Tel Avh
University, and Miami Besets win
ter resident Joseph H Kanter
national president of the American
Friends of Tel Aviv University.
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*Jeis*nrrSdtiia,n
Paqe 3-B
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President
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Co-Chairmen, Campaign Fund
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*Jewish NarfdHbHi
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A PLEASANT EVENING
'. Richard Pollock, the son ol tw o of
* pi li Sam and Freda Pollock (the
vn clothes and afc
-h,' had in-i stepped out ol I
V ue n agazim had a small grou
i Is over for i at hi- most nt
i i sv n ming p< iol
* centci |) use, year round.
that's why!
Alaii
Vrthur R i laire, B b (
I Elaine Woll Rii I
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THEY WERE MARRIED
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it i Mrs i
: sichan, Mr. and Mrs VI
Mrs Stanlej Kempner. Mm
G u r. D ..: M R ij non I E; ste n
li' and Mrs William Raymond, Miss Esther
Sirkin, Mi and Mrs, A Solowaj and Mr. and
lr- Mar1 Bon sti in.
THEY'RE HAVING A SERIES
it you wcren'i invited to the first two panic*.
on i lose hope Bernard fBarney) and Shirley
Spector will he having more dinner parties after
the Hrst ol the year
Among the guests ;d the firsta really sreat
arty where they played a fun game called "Pig"
or which dice is used, crazy but fun, and dinner
vag all home cooked with a beautiful acorn dish
specially tor weight-watchers (except for the fact
contained almonds) were Mr. and Mrs. Martin
spector (these sisters-in-law are really fond of
ach other!) Dr. and Mrs. Jack Kline. Mr. and
Mrs Phil Postelnek. Mr and Mrs. Max Green-
ery and Mr and Mrs Howard Miller
The menu for the second party was different.
!>ut just as delicious. At this one. two of the men
put on an K.S.I*. act. Maybe there was a trick to
It, but they" Were experts. eVe*n 5b OTidWg ihe
e-ts were Mr and Mrs Abe Schonfeld, Mr and
S Moss, Mr and \ii s Dannj Si |
Dr and Mrs. Rilej Morris, Mr. and Mrs Jack
Young and Mr and Mrs
THANKSGIVING DINNER,
WESTVIEVV COUNTRY CLU8 STYLE
The only requisite was a carving set and a
appetite for the annual traditional fhai
linner at Westvii u Cou trj Club I
ers and fre-h fruit down the center ol
Isell to the idi a tha although il was
reallj Thanksgiving, you didn't have la
lills and through the woods to s
house for a meal
e were mai j
ol Mr and \ Hei bert '.' d i
ird I Wolfsons, and Mr and Mi I
Mr, i : o! Chi
Fishman ame i N'i Y
flu i his whole fam
I im They I
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I N'at Kinkier and I
Stanley Myers. I ;

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ngs
THANKSGIVING DINNER, KINGS BAY
YACHT and COUMTRr CLUB STYLE
kt Kings B p v
were sen
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p m A part;
li i n H pern*, Ihi r children.
Ma !'. ,,. hi, \ .
,: and Mr* M W Mr and
Star and M >k Pousl
le had its own cri o\ lurke;
ated with c ol ye
- fl w rs on tall sti Jerrj gol out
liking
W i berg ii.- i ,, er
table were eight
were I a\ ing a gn at
> and Mrs il i: :. the Dr
R rd llelfmans, Mi and Mrs \|,. Langer and
Mrs. Joe S hd-
Garry, Paula at I I arol.
THIS TURKEY WAS COOKED AT HOME
and Mrs Bud Becker had invited so many
tn Thanksgiving dinner thai they couldn't have it
at homeso they took everything to Murray and
Bee Sparaga's bouse in Coral Gables, where there
as more room. Bee is Bud's sister, and her hus-
band, a fine cabinet maker who is always experi-
menting, made a table to fit the occasion. Johnny
Becker was home for the holiday from college in
Gainesville, and the Beckers son, Eddie, celebrat-
ing the birth of his new child, took turkey to his
wife, who had to stay at home.
Other guests included Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Fruchtman, Mr. and Mrs. Irving Wagner and
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Vogel and their daughter.
Mr. Vogel. who carved the turkey, could give
everyone lessons. Sol and Mollie Silverman
brought along some of her famous pastries. From
the hors d'oeuvres in the Florida room to the
traditional Thanksgiving dinner, everything went
nice and easy. What friends those Beckers are!
They have already invited guests for the First
Seder.
Frances Lehman
Ann Landers To Address Luncheon
Ann lenders, noted author, and
i \ .tis\ will be Ihe
special !.'- d i ual W
,n the V'eai n "f the Great-
.. Mia W n's Divis \ '
ican Friem H ,: w Uni
Mi S i
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Mr* Ph
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pres di the Grcatei Miami
M \ 'in is i osed ol
I memberspi theboard of ,i ..
and patrons of Viie Scopus Sehi
p Fund were to gathi
ihe I-, len Roc Hotel
.i meats
Program coordinator Mrs ,
uel d Mr- .1.:
man, program chairman fi i
event, announce tha
i musical pn
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Friday. December 1968
Paqe 7-B
Miami Area Synagogues To Observe
Hadassah Sabbath Friday Evening
Hadassah Sabbath will be ob-
terved in four Miami synagogues
Friday, when the Miami Chapter
f Hadassah sponsors its annual
observance.
Greater Miami
SW 8th St.
YM-YWHA, 8500
A "Hadassah Happening" is
| whafs happening in the Tikveh
Outstanding members of the Group at 4 p.m. Sunday at the
chapter will share the pulpits and Coral Cables Women's Club. 1001
deliver Hadassah messages to the E. Ponce de I,eon Blvd.. Coral C.a
congregations. At Temple Judea.
Mrs. Stanley Bulbin will speak:
Temple Or Olom will hear Mrs.
Jack Cohen: Mrs. A. Arthur Pekel-
ner will give her message at Beth
David Congregation and Mrs. Max
well Weisberg, president of the
Miami Chapter, boasting a mem
bership of over 2.700. will be heard
ai Beth Torah Congregation.
The evening, chaired by Mrs.
Eugene Silverstone, Is set aside to
honor Hadassah. the largest Jew
ish women's organization in Amer-
and spotlight the philanthropic
work hi the group.
The Chai Group will sponsor a
Bit ihdaj 1 lelebration" at its
eral meeting at 8 15 p.m. Mondaj
in Hi ard Johnson's Motor Lodge,
16500 v.. 2nd Ave rhe jroup
1 Mysterj Might" for Satur
Dec 14 Mrs D in Biller is
chairn an L'hai's Basic Hebrew
Minj instructed bj Mi Abra-
ham (iittelson, is gel 1 ir Dec 16
A candlelighting ceremony, ob
->-: Chanukah and honoring
lift members is in store for mem
bers ')! the Alfcerf Einstein Group,
al l p.m Monday in the Washing
ton Federal Auditorium, 699 NE
167th St.
* *
The Naomi Group will present a
Jewish Cook-in at its general meet
ing at 8:15 p.m Monday al (he
bics. The event will offer dinner,
a toy fair and white elephant table.
, music and prizes. Proceeds will
benefit Youth Aliyah. Mrs. Charles
Cotzin is chairman.
A musical cantata presented bv
Mrs. Louis Goldman will highlight
the Torah Group's annual Chanu-
kah party, Monday noon at the
Knights hi Pythias Hall, 4601 W
Flagler.
1
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The Lorber Chapter of the Chil-
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and Hospital in Denver will n I
at 11 a.m. Tuesday in the Sorrent
Restaurant, 3059 SW 8th St.. whe:
a wine-lasting demonstration wi
be presented with members san
piinu various wines.
President of Lorber Chapter .-
Mrs. Allen Abelscn. and progran
ming vice president is Mr- Sal
Greenfeder.
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Fridc
iy. December a wg
AJC Chapter To Hear
Community Service Head
SAMUIL KATZ
Rabbi Stern To
Resume Weekly
Talmud Lectures
Rabbi Tibor H. Stern, spiritual
leader of the Jacob C. Cohen Com-
munity Synagogue, will resume his
annual Talmud courses next week.
Each year both local and visiting
Talmudists gather to attend these
4 30 p.m. Tuesday lectures and tal-
mudic discourses by Rabbi Stern.
The author of a score of books
on Talmudic and Biblical litera-
ture. Rabbi Stern delivers the dis-
serations in Yiddish, with partial
interpretations in English.
The Talmud course i-; nn ad-
vanced class and only tho-e who
have had extensive Talmud train-
- are invited to register. No
synagogue membership is neces-
sary to attend the classes
Samuel Katz. national director
ol the Community Services Depart-
ment of the American Jewish Com-
mittee, will address the Greater
Miami Chapter of AJC on "Poli-
cies, Perspectives and Priorities:
AJC 1969" at a dinner meeting at
the Standard Club in the Dupont
Plaza Hotel at 6:30 p.m. Wednes-
day. Rabbi Joseph R. Xarot. presi-
dent of the local chapter, has an-
nounced that the entire AJC mem-
bership and their guests have been
invited to this open executive
ooard meeting.
As director of the Community
, Services Department. Mr. Katz is
responsible for the Committee's
area offices and professional staff
. in some 35 cities across the United
' States. He previously was director
of the .New England Region of the
Committee.
A U.S. Army World War II vet-
eran. Mr. Katz's distinguished rec-
ord in the Jewish communal field
spans some 25 years. He is a native
of Iowa and has taught both in sec-
ondary' schools and colleges. Mr.
Katz earned his Bachelor of Sci-
ence degree from Northeast Mis-
souri State Teachers College, his
Master's degree in social science
from the New School for Social Re-
search, and his Master- in social
work from the Columbia Univer-
sity School of Social Work.
He is actively affiliated with a
number ol regional and national
professional associations in the hu-
1 man and intergroup relations field.
and is a member of the A
dI Certified Social Work< rs ol
National Associatii n of Social
Workers, a charter member of the
Association of Jewish Community
Relations Workers, which he si rv< -
on the executive committee. A for-
mer cocnairman of the Massachu-
setts chapter of the National Asso-
ciation of Intergroup Relation- Of-
ficials, he is a member of the
American Academy of Political
and Social Sciences.
The Greater Miami Chapter has
been active in intergroup relations
in Dade County since it was char-
tered in 1952. its current member-
ship is some 700 families.
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Throe chapters of the Greater
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Deauville Hotel, where the Broad-
way show. "Sweet Charity" will
be featured.
Women's American ORT of
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theater event starting at 7:30 p.m.
Saturday with some 100 persons
expected to attend. After the din-
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will be served .it the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Russell Paul. Mrs. Paul
is in charge of arrangements.
The Surfside Masonic Lodge has
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expected to attend. A meeting will
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at 6:30 p.m. with dinner and show
in the Casanova Room starting at
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Friday. December 6. 1988
Jewish the Minn
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Lubavitch Slates 8th Annual Dinner
The eighth anniversary dinner of
the Lubavitcher mnvprnenl, Merkos
L'lnyonei Chinuch of Florida. w'll
be held Sunday
evening, Jan.
26. 1969 at the
DeauvOle Ho-
tel, according
to an announce-
meni by Kalibi
Abraham Korf.
regional direc-
tor of Luba-
vitch.
Some 500
persons active
in Jewish com-
munal life in
Ihe Greater Miami area are ex-
pected to attend the dinner which
will honor kev supporters of the
Lubavitcher movement in South
Florida.
Merkos L'lnyonei Chinuch is in-
strumental in providing material
and spiritual assistance and educa-
tional opportunities to J e w s
throughout the world.
In recent years, the movement,
through its worldwide network.
bac aided .lews in Eastern Europe
and has made available spiritual
guidance and support for orphans
and widows in Israel and in other
parts Of the world where Luba-
hei institutions of learning con-
stitute the largest single indepen-
dent voluntary aid movement.
Rabbi Korf
Miami U. Violin Recital
The University of Miami School
>f Music Preparatory Division will
present a violin recital by the Stu-
dents of Maurice Spitalny at 3
p.m. Sunday in the university's
Nancy Greene Hall.
Among those who will perform
will be David Hartman. Robert
Hilton. Walter Hysel. Joyce Keith,
Gary Lampcrt, Guy Traficante,
Clifford Young and Paul Zakas.
Leaders of Temple Ner Tamid, Miami Baach
were recently presented with the charter
of membership in the United Synagogue
of America by Philip Schiff, outgoing presi-
dent of the Conservative congregational
body's southeast region. Shown participating
in the ceremony are (from left): Alex E:g.
Louis Cchen, Executive Vice Presiden..
Joseph Silverman, Herman L. Shaw, chai.-
man of the board, Charles Goldstein, pres-
dent of Temple Ner Tamid, Era Rosenfelc,
Mr. Schiff, Murray A. Shaw, past presidert
of Ner Tamid, Col. William I. Harris, past
president, and Rabbi Eugene Labovitz.

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WOMAN OF THE WEEK
Edith Irmathat's a different sounding name for a
different kind of person. Edith lima is Mrs. Milton Siegel.
Both here and in Chicago, where she was born, she has
always been called Edith Irma. because there were other
Edith Siegels.
since she was a child >he
had an intense interest in art. paint-
in-', interior design and fa.-hion de-
sigi Her fir-t originals wore
designed and sewed for her dolls.
vi'.\ a) training, jusl doing
"w ha! came naturally "
;: ling the Arl
Institute of Chicago while she was
si e ith gra i in : her
mai rtst was |
: Shi ..- a!s fu
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in th 'ir
Edith]
look i s in de-
" mers
'. I Is. But b< she had
t the ui :
30. First ai ist a
Irma raised I
j self I
and Mrs Ja< k W
the Chica
. jners and of sevei
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Si Inl U She felt thai
ness I the ( more self t. but s
She and
her husband taught them to respeel Ihe rights oi others.
an ; shi an exampli ncern for the less fortunati
working [or the crippled Children and reading regularly
in her sw et, low and ex| ssivi \ wee to the Retarded
Children.
When her husband was advised to retire IT years ago.
;t took her just three months to soil her shop, place all of
her employees in other positions, and move to Miami Beach.
She went into retirement herself for the first two years, but
found going to luncheons and playing cards depressing
Blue skie- and blue water, but no challengewhen she woke
each morning, it was just another day. Friends pleading,
Please do my house or apartment) I want it to be just
right for me.1' finally edged her back into business, and not
really against her will She formed what is probably the
only mother-daughter firm of its kind in the worldEdith
Irma Siegel and Daughters. Interiors All three are qualified
interior designers. The matriarch of the decorating field.
youngsters bring her their problems, and she does her best
to help with advice. She truly loves her work, and remarks
it is wonderful to be able to make a living doing what you
like bes! in the whole world to do.
Edith Irma belongs to all the organizations in her f old.
including the Florida Chapter of the National Society of
Interior Designers, of which she i- a vice president;' the
Decorators and Designers Guild and National Home Fash-
ion- She has been a guest on various programs, including
Larry King's, and recently was chairman of the Home Show
concept of the new vacation homea N SID. project.
Her intero-t in people leads to her desire to see them
live in surroundings that express themselves. She is most
conscientious because she knows that people are putting
their trust and their money in her hands. She loves every-
thing about her work but the slow delivery, and unfortu-
nately that is out of her hands She adores working with
her daughterthe three of them work so well together,
and get alon^ so well Sh.- is also regarded as one of the
en in town. Always perfectly dressed, her
clothes are the elegant, understated type that can be worn
for year- and still be in Style.
Wife first, mother second, grandmother third, this
charming and feminine aitist with a fascinating and un-
erring flair for decorating and arranging still has the same
friend- she has had through the years. The Siegels enter-
tain in small groups, choosing compatible people, and
frequently the group will end up playing cards.
Two H.
of
USE ART
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12426 West tinic Highway Phon* 751*1091
Surname Goldblatt
Is Married To
Ronald M. Gould
Suzanne Helene Goldblatt. the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs Herbert
W. Goldblatt. 1010 Diplomat I'kwy.
Hallandale. became the bride of
Ronald Murray Gould of St. Louis.
Mo., on Sunday, Dec. 1. at the
Doral Beach Hotel. Rabbi Samuel
Jaffee officiated at the noon cere-
mony which was followed by a
reception and luncheon.
The bride wore a long empire
style gown of white Alencon lace
and peau de soie. A tulle veil fell
, from her headpiece of peau de soie
and matching lace decorated with
, seed pearls. She carried a colonial
1 style bouquet of white orchids and
I stephanotis. Her younger sister.
| Bonnie Goldblatt. was maid of
honor, while another sister. Mrs
Michael Fields, and the groom's
sister. Barbara Gould, served .is
bridesmaids.
The groom, who i~ 'he -on ol
Mr. an.I Mrs Harry II. Gould of
St. Louis, had his younger brother.
Barry, as best man. Ushers were
Bruce Gordon, Lloyd Kadish, J i
seph Oshins, Leonard Sherp and
Sheldon Weinl erg
l!i" bride, who graduated cum
laude from Bryn Mawr College in
Bryn Mav r, Pa in 1961
m Italy .

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Is were I e Mi I Mr?
I ol Wh i
and Ihe late Mr. and Mrs
"!i Mi, ol Hen
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1968
Ihe Wha of Fi
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It) ol Pel nsj Ivania, whi re he
if Sigma A i Mu
rnity He is now ass i iated
' ith i i anchise I i\ i stments, Inc .
Bl I ouis, ol which his father is
president. He is the
the late Mr and Mrs Philip G
1 Ottav a Canada, and Mrs Louis
Sadofsky ol Sydney, Nova Scotia,
and the late Mr Sadofsk)
Alter a wedding trip to Jamaica.
the couple will live in St Louis
Mary Kirshon.
Charles Hayes
Exchange Vows
Mary Lou. the daughter of Mi-
ami Mrs. Harry Kirshon. Tfifi 81st
St Miami Beach, became ihe
bride of Charles i. Hayes at the
Deauville Hotel Thursday. Nov. 28.
'Rabbi Morton Malavsky officiated
at the 6 p.m. ceremony, which was
followed by a reception at the
hotel.
The bride, a graduate of Miami
Beach Senior High School and
Miami Dade Junior Coll,-,. [ an
employee of the Citv of Miami
Beach.
Mr Hayes, son of the late Mrs.
Doris Hayes, graduated from Mi-
ami Beach Senior High School.
Miami-Dade Junior College and
the University of Miami He is as-
sociated with the Miami Beach
Police Department.
After a honeymoon in Jamaica,
the couple will live in North Miami.
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Miami Beach 531-3616
Ptrtaaialiita' Inttmcti.n
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MRS KONAID M. C0U1D
Sa nd ra Ma do rs ley.
Charles Goldberg
Marry In Daytona
The bride's grandparents, Mi
and Mrs William Korash of i.,\
i Beach, pa rl paled
my al re
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The bri !' -i \ cted ,i d< signer's
inal of candlelight import
- Ik mu! re embroidered Alencon
lace for her wedding gown, the
slight cage with subtle shaping >
bateau neckline and tiny tradition
al buttons down the back enhanced
with re-embroidered Alencon lace
appliques encrusted with tiny seed
pearls and crystals over the bodice
and skirt, the fullness in the back
sweeping out into a full chapel
train. Her tiered veil was oi silk
illusion and lace
The bride'- sister, Elaine Silver-
s', .n. served as her matron Ol
honor; another sister. Marsha Ma-
dorsky, was her maid of honor.
Bridesmaids were a cousin, Susan
Gayle Cooper, and her sister in
MM. CHAIES 1. H&n.
MRS. CHARLES GO103ERG
iv .> Mad : -
loan Maxini -
n
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chose his lusin, Bill B (I
ii d ushers ei e lh< t>i
er, Martin Madorskj l
. Frank G
ild an.! l.ari' B
Alter .i week Ion.
Nassau and Jamaica the
reds will be at home al 5( '
bassador Way, Housl in T<
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THE DAVID PINSKK ul! I >
will open it- third season at
Friday with an Ones Shab
gram featuring Miihl Gil :1
dramatic presentations N
lecturer L. Lasavin will sfx k n
"The Personality "i Chain
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riday, December 6, 1968
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iami Beach Chapter Hadassah
Groups Slate December Meetings
Stephen S. Wise Group's
onthlyTKeTOhg was ,i luncheon
n the Algiers Hotel, with
Sylvia Kurland as
The (bowing of an i
m entitled "Essenc >. ol It All"
I ; owe I communitj sing
!. Mrs. A Id is presi-
'i! i : the group and Mrs
1 slo | ram chairman.
I Morton Towers Group will
t at 1 p m 'I ucs la)
th. F !; Towers. Mrs. Rae
is president of the group;
I VVagnt i i- pro
an.
i 'u Lincoln Group u II meet at
I'edi lay in the Ai
Mrs Gerald Si Iti who is
i. Nati Board, will be the
and there will be
iga a "Sunny" Rose.
a M B urn i- pn si
i
I Bay H^ibor G.-oup will hold
nthlj meeting at Ihe Bal-
M
: am h II a re.\ i< v of
rhi
VI S .i;i Jacobs m
ui muller is pn
iloma Group n
. 1 ay ;n the \
.i will he
\ lure cl ihe
i a Tril to Life M
Sakrais will be
1 l of the
Mrs. ii .mp 51 ap ro Mrs.
The Marietta Sio d Grouo wl
meel ai 12:80 p.m. Monday in the
Algiers Hotel. Gue I sp aker will
be Mrs Sherman Fasl member-
11 P vice prcs di nl of the chapter.
Mrs. S il Gre<
i
The Harna Stfltsch Group
n- fo ih i at
1 i I in Mi nd j Di c 2
Mrs, lo c ii Go den gave the
ini.
d a .; i si i| orld n w i>\ Ger-
trude W< i f, an i nal talk
b) -i' nn \. peli iui i an I a him
sical pr i I..;, by Sima S ee. ac
.'>:i ii : bj Helen Scolnick Mr>.
roup | ident.
The Forts Towers Group will
I Its i gular monthly meel
i th Vudil irium
if th N ;".. Bid \ tra I io il
i ram an I ai Isi
ii re nted Wrs. Mori i
ent "i the group
an I Mi Ida Klite is prog
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' lac 1;
at nco Mrs Bern
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piai Mrs. Ben
Fu cry is | the i roup.
I Israeli Group
A ill
the
hold -
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Robert Ru-c I. 1969 cha rn
'.- : Miami J ish Fi i
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Fowers, Mrs Martin Harnick i-
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man.
Invitation to a Preview I
You arc cordially invitcJ to attend a preview
of i: I Members Travel Program ol I
American |e\vish ( .*ss. A guest speaker
will describe the special group tours available
to AJCongress members. The in< ude vis
to Israel, Europe, the Orient and !. tin America.
THE DATE: Thursday, December 12
THE TIME: 8:OOp.m.
THE PLACE: Temple Beth Shalom
4144 Chase Avenue
Miami Beach
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I at no in Monday, when Mrs.
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in of the day will be M
I 'ivitzin. Mrs Etl a V\ i -
nl o| :ii group.
A memrx rship luncheon honor-
ing all paid up members will be
held I"- Ihe Triton Tower Group
al noon Tuesday in the Algiers
Hotel (in fu agenda is : musical
program bj Mrs. Louis Goldman,
accompanied by Olga Bibor Stern.
The Seven Golden Buttons," :<
story ti> Sholom Alcichem. w ill be
presented. Mrs. Max Berkley is
president of th- group. Chairmen
ot the day arc Mrs Frances Lan-
ders anil Mrs. Dorothea Fox.
The second review of the Miami
Beach Chapter book review series
will be at the Algiers Hotel at 1:30
p.m. Monday. Dec. 16. when Mrs.
Edytbe II. Geiger will review the
new book "Israel, Ancient Land.
Young Nation," by Oden Meeker.
Proceed! will go to help support
Hadassah Israel Education Scry
I ices in Israel.
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The Sophie Tucker Group will
present a skit at its Monday meet-
The Esther Group will hold its
mi el -ii- al the \
. ..' pro-
u ill include a readii
i Mrs
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Mrs. Isabel! SI
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Betsy and Joel Grocnberg Mark Liptrx
Saturday morning. Dec. 7. Betsy on Saturday Dec. 7. at the 8:30
and Joel Anson Greenberg. whose I arn. service;. Mark, son of Mr.
parents are Judge and Mrs. Harry and Mrs. Aivin Lipitz> 3131 SW
Arthur Greenberg. 9721 E. Broad- 82nd Ct.. will become Bar Mitzvah
view Dr.. will celebrate their Bas at Tempie Or Olom.
and Bar Mitzvahs at Temple Beth i Mark is a seventh grade student
Sholom with Rabbi Leon Kronish I at Rockway Junior High School,
officiating. where he plays trumpet in the
Both Betsy and Joel are stu- school band.
Jotl Gre er.be rg Betsy Greenberf Dn\4 MUg J *" frieifter
JyBioch
dents of Beth Sholom s Confirma-
tion Class of 5731
Judge Greenberg. a past presi-
dent of Temple Beth Sholom. is a saturdav morning will be hosted
member of its Board of Directors. | bv Marks parents, who are also
Mrs. Greenberg is vice president having a luncheon in his honor
of Sisterhood in charge of Relig- Saturday afternoon in Temple Or
ious School Activities.
*
Robin Weinberger
Robin, daughter of Mrs. Vivian
Olom's Waldman Hall.
Among the guests will be Mark's
paternal grandmother. Mrs. Ber-
nard Greenberg, of Trenton N.J.,
Weinberger, will observe her Bas I and his maternal grandparents,
Mitzvah Friday evening. Dec. 6. ; Mr. and Mrs. Leo Wishman.
at Beth Torah Congregation.
Robin has attended Beth Torah's
Religious School for several years
and will become a member of the
David Balkin
At 8:45 a.m. Saturday. Dec. 7.
.David Marshall Balkin. son of Dr.
(.t-.firmation Class of 1970. ., ~. ..... ,,
cn. ;_ .u r, 'and Mrs. Simon J. Wilder of 611
Following the services, an Ones ,., ... ... D
,. Ti w u i. u u 86th St., Miami Beach, will be Bar
Shabbat will be held in her honor,
with family and friends attending.
Mitzvah in the Main Sanctuary of
Temple Ner Tamid.
A student of Ner Tamid Relig
ipus School. David attends Nautilus
Junior Huh School, where he
writes for the school paper
David"< parents will h;;ld a re-
ception in his honor at their home
Terry Avins
Terry, son of Mr. and Mrs Rob-
ert Avins. will observe his Bar
Mnzvah Saturday. Dec. 7. at Beth
I'M ah Congregation.
A student in the fifth year at Saturday even I.-
Beth Torah s Harold Wolk Relig-
School. Terry will become a
number of the Confirmation Class
: '^69.
An Oneg Shabbat will be held in
"i y's honor following the serv-
Louis Solomon
On Saturday. Dec. 7. Louis, sop.
Jay B'och
Jay Laurence, sen of Mr. and
Mrs. Max L Bloch. 1J:M4 Uunyan
R.I.. North Miami, will become
Bar Mitzvah al Temple Isra I Sal
urday. Dec. 7. Rabbi Joseph it
Narol will offii i
\ h trade student a.1 North
Miami Junior High School. Jay
ol Mr and Mrs Joseph Solomon. piays ., in the school orchestra
... be Bar Mitzvah at Beth Torah
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A student at John F. Kennedy
nior High School. Louis has at-
ded the Harold Wolk Religious
Sc no] al Beth Torah the past four
years. He is president of the U.S.Y.
pter and active in the Boy
Scouts
A reception will be held in honor Mitzvah at Temple Kmanu-El on
0) the celebrant Sunday at his Saturdav. Dec. 7.
r'"" Robert i< in the eighth grade at
Following services, a K
and luncheon in honor of the cele-
brant will be given in th< v. ilfson
Auditorium.
Robert Friedopfer
Robert, in Of Mr. and Mr- W I-
liam Friedopfer. will become Bar


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, Sisterhood Smorgasbord
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day at the temple. Chanukah gifts
will be displayed at the event.
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Excellent Financing
On Balance
LOWREISFIELD, Realtors
|l140 N.E. 163rd Street
Phone 945-4308
RESTAURANT
FOR LEASE
RESTAURANT
Miami excellent location,
Equipped and operating,
needs top chef manager
| with lots of know-how,
nail investment required.
751-7347 or 751-9500.
COCONUT GROVE
HOME FOR RENT
layshore Or. Estate Home
|lonial. 2 Fireplaces. 4 Bed-
am, 4 Baths plus maid's
garters. Completely screen-
pool and patio area. Fully
lipped kitchen with dish-
lasher and disposal. Bed-
oms carpeted. Will rent
Either seasonal or by the
rear.
Coll 443-8672, 444-8597
CO-OP
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SALE
MAGNIFICENT view on Bay
Harbor Island luxury apt.,
Heated Pool,, reverse cyclo
oir cond., newly decorated,
including lovely carpeting. 1
bedroom apt. Priced at $28,-
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8669035.
77
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443-8672 444-8597
WELL EQUIPPED
CABINET SHOP
Now making fine furniture
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759 9923 days, or 865-3472
evenings.
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FN COCONUT GROVE
S1000 PER MONTH
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2 BEDROOMS, 2 BATHS
lovely Landscaped Pool Area
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HOMES
SALE BY GUILDER
ONE brand new home ot
410 Giralda. 3 bedrooms
2 both. 2 cor garage, cen-
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3,800 Sq. Ft. Each. largo
walkin coolers and freezers.
Ideal location Will, rent
seperately or both. For
information.
Call Seymour Friend
531-6507
LADY TO SHARE
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With same. 2 Bedrooms, 2
Baths. 2 separate suites. $75
per week.
Call 864-5532
NORTH MIAMI
New Beautiful
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100o occupied. Centrol Air-
Heat, City Sewers. $24,240
Gross. Pride of Ownership.
Bonnie Lancaster, Associate.
KEYES CO. 43rd Year
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1705 N.E. 123rd Street
MODERN COLONIAL
3 bedroom. 2 bath, dressing
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clothes closets, garage and
porch. New kitchen, pantry,
central air and heat, insulat-
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draped. Completely furnished
including new color TV. Fully
landscaped 100x150' corner
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Temple and school. Substan-
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8b St.. South Miami. 666-6084
Most Desirable
For stores and office build-
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W. corner 18th Street and
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Biscayne frontage by 165 ft.
fronting on 18th Street.
Phone 374-5164
701 N. Miami Ave.
UPHOLSTERY AND
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SHOP FOR Shit
FO* INVtrtTOMY
LrGHT rent and phone
deposit Fully Equipped
Busy Shop 681-2128
Plenty of Work on Hand
1950 N.W. 139 St. After 4
CALL 681-6445
i ACRE NURSERY.
Fence, Sheds
Sprinklers.
4000 Exotic Plants
10291 SW 64th St.
661-1484 Owner
SQUARE 10 ACRES
Completely fenced. 4 bed-
room. 2 bath home with 2
car gir-age and swimm-na
pool on 5 acres. $325 monthly
income from 3 rental houses
on adjoining 5 acres $59,500.
Call Lyd-,4 Vihlen Knox,
Associate 238-5948.
Velma S. Gray, Realtor
1135 N. KROME
Phone 247-0857
CORAL GABLES HOME
OPEN 12-5
Completely furnished Parker
designed 3 bedroom 2 bath,
extra large home on over-
sized lot, Florida room, locat-
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from U. of M. If you are look-
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this is it. $40,500. 1451
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Miami Springs Home
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3 Bedroom, 2 Bath on 125'
xl25' Corner of Hammond &
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ond Cnrport. Central Heat t
Air Cond. Many unusual
teatures.
Phone 8889781 to 5 P.M.
After 5 and weekends
21-4C63
FOR RENT
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vacy, North Miami Bus, 1 or
2, Very quiet, pleasant, Sea-
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Cash required > iu,#vd to $1S,000
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LELA B. REED, Realtor
575 N.E. 125th Street
North Miami, Florida
Phone"751-1688
TWO-BEDROOM
HOME IN S.W.
$18,500
HALF CASH
Garage, Air-Conditioned,
Heated. 2 Blocks off
Coral Way, bus at corner.
Two super markets.
Call HI 4-4929
55 MOTEL UNITS
GOOD location, pool. $79,000
gross, possible $50,00
Will Handle
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1241 S.W. 27th Avenue
Miomi, Florida
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MIAMI, FLORIDA
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Mrs, Claude Pepper Is Guest Speaker
Rabbi Milton Schlinsky of Temple Adat'i
Yeshurun, North Miami Eeach. and Canlor
Tibor Moses, receive the first tickets to I
congregation's champagne cocktail p-..
Saturday evening in honor of the temple's
youth center workers. Shewn Ifrom left< are:
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Rotenberg, special donors
cf the center; Ribbi Sch in kv. Cantor
Mosf-s Mrs. Martin Pollak and Mrs. Sam
Morris.
Kolitz To Address Annual Dinner
Of Hollywood Jewish Federation
'/.\ i Kolitz, prominent I i ai li
theati cal and movie producer, will
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the annual dinner dance ol th<
Welfare F< ol
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from the menu. Following the
luncheon, members, friends and
visiting Zionists will meet in one
ol the hotel's mezzanine rooms to
hear an outstanding speaker, new -
report, local organization an-
nouncements, and lake part in
community singing,
Cantor Saul ISrceh ol Temple
Beth Raphael, Miami Beach, has
been appointed chairman of this
year's Luncheon Club, acco
lo Julius J. Rosenstein, president
ol the Miami Beach 7. onisl D
Iricl Cantor Breeh has served a-
chairman of the Lunche in Club I
the past three j is a vice
on den) ol the Miami B ach i.-
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to the pi blic
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*ho h" wrved as newscaster for
ever.1 years, will again n
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7200 N W 2nd '
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One telephone number reaches all Chapels 757
Harry VV. Beyer, Funeral Director 949-3133


6. 1968
illation Party
:heduled By
le Island Club
Kerness will be installed as
Jent of the Rhode Island Club
heater Miami at 7 p.m. Sun-
when the organization will
its annual installation and j
at the Washington Federal ,
^orium. 1234 Washington Ave.,
Hi Beach.
ron J. Kerness. executive di-
of the Federation of Jewish
n of Greater Miami, will be j
istalling officer.
long the others slated to take
are Nat Cohen, first vice
at: Joseph Rotenberg, sec-
president: Mrs. Joseph
rg. financial secretary and
chairman; Irving Cohn,
ig secretary; Mrs. Nat Co-
ociate recording secretary;
jis Fishman, treasurer; AI- !
fen, strseant-at arms; Mrs.
Men. chaplain; Mrs. I,eon- '
Uto. Minshine committee
i; Mr; Max Dubin. hostess I
|ee chairman; Mrs. Harry
ho-;--s committee co-
in; and Ben Prleden, chair
[the boarfl,
lie board of directors are
Mr- \!fred Aden. Mr. and
HI i oh< .. Mr. and Mrs.
Coh Mr. and Mrs. Max
Mr i Mrs. I ouis Fish-
|r. and Mrs. Ken Frieden,
|ra Mr. and Mrs.
-. Mr. and Mrs Lou
1 Mrs. Jack Pritch-
lack Mandel. Mr.
Stanh 5 Rogers, Mr. and
bi rg, Mrs. Ann
lith Scnaffer, Miss
Mrs. Pauline V.
M and Mr- Ed
I Mrs Ralph Shus-
I Mr eonard white.
ng thi illation, Larry
[vii n musician, will
in and .(fn shments will be
Ml formi r residents of
lJand n im living in the
M iml n a, and all \ is-
im Rhode [.-land are wel-
It the nui
(I Muttons Due
\>r Israeli Shoiv
nposer o
. rail
|> Nevei i r Happi
i an
is Are <
i Vudil
in
i .. ,
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p [si. Are
'''"- mi ides Red
' ly and P\ stai; M R ika
\' i Israi li nj; ng sensation
ss My 1 : Is-
'' nd i Vocl Dan Trio.
-JenisfincrXMbn
Paqe 15-B
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
Obituaries
N
"I n', of TWO Harbor Island.
Ray Village, Pilled HHitv I'Vl
'ame to Florida 33 y.ar.- ago
N T iui 'II- M-th She,I, m Survlicl hy
k Normal of lia) Harbor Island.
i Si ley "f .\ir. Mater*
' teln, Fritsle ii'-iu- > >u
" ". ai Lean Welnklc of
Irving NWdenberg of
' >!> Mil hael, Susan
Bradley, Robert %\ I
'x Fun *raj --.--,.. were
Rh ra1 la I I
.It. Woo I'. n- !:>
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
. ., No. 810SO.B
In RE: Estate of
MAX KASHIN.
Daceased
To nN8T!CE TO CREDITORS
To ,\ Creditor; and All Persona llav-
Baf ,t. or Den,,""lN Against Bald
You are hereby notified and requlr-
r.hi"hP"'M'n' an>L,|aims """ 'Icmaiida
which you may have against the e.
,t t\ ??AX KAS'"N" deceased l.Xe
of Dade County. Florida, to the County
s-Vm ''1 I D.a"" f'"Un'V- ""i '"" "
same In duplicate and as provided In
.Section 733.1 e. Florida Statutes. In
,, tr,I T-" In """ r,'"1'> Courthouse
., i JE"<*1' c ""'> Horida. within six
i.lendar months from the time of the
Sir e^s&rher* -r -'
*P8Sttw**+******
SOLOMON KASHIN
... Ah Executor
First publication of this notice on the
6th day of December, lOf.s
w"^' "AYS* ORUNDWBRQ
By: M<>SES J. ORITNDWERO
Attorneys for Estate
am Alnaley Building,
Miami. PlOrida 3313:: -
12 '6-13-i'0-:7
LEGAL NOTICE
Gil Rappaport To
Address Broward
Zionist District
The Broward Zionist district will
host an ooen meeting at 8 p.m.
Tuesday in the Town Hall Room
of the Home Federal Bldg.. 1720
Harrison St.. Hollywood. Sam J.
Perry president of the district, has
announced.
Guest speaker 81 t].....ing
will he Gil Rappaj ort M ami
i '- ivic leader and
ve flint lor i the J ith< asl
n "f the Z on ii -,!:.. ..
Vl :ca.
Rappaporl .;, |
i- "ael several
li -' til c in Ju v '..:- ... '.
*ati lo the Tilth .', ,... ZO.A N'a
nvei tioi peak on
isi Work foi
Peshkin CARIH Luncheon
n( hi i
al ;."t Diplomat ']'< i -
5 S Ocean Dr. Hollywood, at
11 a n : u -,..; : >. 12 nder
...-;,. : Peshkin hap;
- \sthma R< ->. -
lute an : Hospita
Fight For Sighf Meeting
latthi i !issen, \ ice presidi 11
Florida Li mi i ub I j
I Board of Direct
.. i iesi speaker
ri Levin
t 1 i i ..
f held at i
thi
Me^orah BB Women
Menorali I'hap i :
" hold mi m i r
'' I l1 !!
Mi n Ihi W..-' '
. i rI Auditorium, Ii2;f4 Washin ;t
\i- M ami Bi ach.
Beth Ei Sisterhood Lunch
The Sisterhood f Congregation
1 Beth El will hold a Chanukah
luncheon and card party at 12.30
p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 17. in the Dora
August Hall of the synagogue, 500
SW 17th Ave.
'N ,T,HaE,u IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
, .,,. No 81217-B
in RE: Batata of
DfNA 8HAHOFP
Deceased
T ,MNPT,ICE TO CREDITORS
To ah ( redltom and All Person* Hav-
Estat '"" 1>rmands Anuinst Said
You are hereby noUfled and required
wha*8J?. an> Stalm "" demand*
hich you may hav.- ac-iinst tl......
at. of DIVA KHAROFF d. ,..,-. I
late ..f Dade County, Florida, lo th.
', ;>','> Juditea of Dad. County, and
file the ami in duplicate and as |ir..-
vul.d in Section 733.1, Florida Pta-
iut. a, in th. ir orricea in the <>u 'y
i ourthous. li Dade County i
"Minn -.\ ,,|. jar ....
1 firal publication I
inii u li b i arred
nated l Miiuni. Klorlda, tl :- (th
uaj .i i.... ml \ i i .. .
STANLEY .' Ml KHS
\ I: .. utor
nul at n of ihia ... ,
laj dI t. embei
.M\ KKS KAI' W \- POUTER
\ Hi -. ,,.
' BW :. Mlnml
-
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
IN THE CfRCL'IT COURT or THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLOP'DA 'N AND FOR DADE
COL\-^ IN CHANCERY
N- to .p590
5-- II fOR DIVORCE
' I'"' Dl SDN,
p
M.ANTA '
1 ..
Tl > I :. .'.-..v
l< Reavi ra
'"' 111 \vei II.
Si ..
You, M.AN PAUL <> \
neryby tio-m.-d thai a Hill of < m
han b. n r,i.,|
'L'-'11" I you nre requ n I
nur Anwwer or Pli id-
i :' nf ComDlainl on th..
' norney, BER.N'AKD R,
,.}'' .' >v Itu IdlnK, Miami.
li f !.. (hi 01
e In ofl :
' '. .....'nurl
r Janu
mi i t.\- default
will he I i for the i
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80-27
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
File No. 68 A.243
Chapter 20722 Actt of 1941
NOTJtCS IS HEREBY OIVEN that
JOSEPH MBDOFF holder of County',
Tax s.,le Certificate No. 7532 Issued
the l!Mh day of May. AH IH8, has
filed same in my office, and has made
application for a tax deed to he issued
thereon. Said Certificate embraces th.
following deacribed properly lii the I
t nunty of Dade. State of Florida.
to-wtt:
Lota 43 and 44. Mr Clains Suh .
Flat Ifonk :t 1'hkh K in the County
of Dad.-. Stat. of Florida.
Tills deed will be Issued suhje. t tr,
all other outstanding; dellnque.it City
or Homestead taxes and Hen.-, alia
IW8 County taxes ^iid City of Home-
stead taxes and liens.
The assessment of said property
under the snld certificate was in the '
name of JOHN 11 TAYIifiR & \v.
ITnleaa said certificate shall be r.
deemed according to law. the property
des< rit.ed herein will be aold to the
hiahest bidder at the Courthouse
door on the first Monday of the month
of January. 19ti. which is the 6th
day of January. 19K9.
Dated this 3rd day of December,
IMS
K H LEATHERMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
By I' F till.DSTKAM)
Denuty Clerk
(Circuit Couri Seal)
12 6-13-20-27
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, .
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 81200-B
In RE: Estate of
ETHEL BERNSTEIN
I). used
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* and All Preaona Hav-
ing Claim! or Demands Acainst Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and required
I" prevent any claims and demands
which you may have against the es-
tate of KTHEI. BBRN8TE1N deceas-
ed late of Dade County, Florida, lo
th. County Judaea of Dade .'..unty.
and file the same In duplicate and as
provided in Section 733 IS, Florida
Statute-, in their offices In the County
Courthouse in Dade County. Florida.
within six calendar months from the
time f.f the first publication hereof, or
th.- same will be barred
Dated at Miami, Florida, 'his 3rd
day of December. AD 1!i
ISItEAL BERNSTEIN
MIAMI BEACH
FIRST NATIONAL DANK
As Co-Executors
First publication of this notice on
the -'.th day of December. I9KH,
SIMON, HAYS A OHl'NDWEIM
Attorneys for pfetatc
:il Alnaley Building.
Miami. Florida 33133
13 S-13-20-27
Hunter College Alumni
The South Florida (Chapter of
Hunter CoQege Alumni has sched-
uled a theater party matinee for
Saturday, Dec. 14, at the Coconut
Grove Playhouse, w.^iere "Your
Own Thing" a ill t>t the featured
production
Marilyn Berliner cf Coral Gables
is in charne of reservations.
E UNDER
FIC1 1 Oi V NAME LAW
I.- iIVEN that
[ th.- u ile Irlng lo ngage in
but liu undi In fn litiou* name of
UNIVERSAL I'NDERWRITERB IN-
SI'RANi'E VI l'JNC\ at 'umber 103H
S.W Street III tin '''.i\ Of Miami.
Florid. lo register the si id
name with Ihi Clerk of the Circuit
Court ol Dade cunts Florida
Dated ul Miami, Florida, thia :'6th
day of Novi ml i r, 19V"
UNIV rlRSA l. INSI'RANCB
MANAIIEMENT, INC.
a Florida .'orporatlon.
By: RONALD J. TRAZE.NFEIJ).
President
IJARTO.V S. I'DBT.L ESQ.
BLATT CDEI.I.
Attorneys for A|>pl1cant
414 Dupont I'laza Center
Miami. Florida. 33131
(377-2643)
12 $-13-20-27
FURNITURE REPAIRING
Ci&MtCTTf IMNS (Ul SKCUITT
Til-en up wtm lOHt til rara
W U UTWHERE .. SUSSTOrS ( TUU >US
CiU 374-1000 STEVE OR NM0U
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BATTERY TROUBLE?
TIRE TROUBLE?
KEYSTONE SHELL SERVICE
12600 B'SCA"NE BOULtVAR3
PHONE 871-ld/
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S[*Vt*G THE JEWISH CO/HMUNfTT
13JS West Dixie Highway
Piwi?: 757-5705
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 68-18603
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Altl.ENi: UETANZO
Plaintiff,
MICHAEL BETANZO
Defel
To MICHAEL RBTANZO,
the Defend
Y.u. MICHAEL RBTANZO, are
herebj notified lhal RI" -
i Hvnri fill d
v. a and v < -ii i .i li
ii op> I \. in \-
the Rill i i 'omplninl -
Plaintiff* altoi M.VIN fiOOD-
MA\. 348
lid file tl
. rfice of the Cli
cf ih. 'in uit l
Mh tin; \i f .'
to do -.. Judami lit hy defaull
lie I ,'ou for Iho relief
di maud. .1 in ih. Rill f Com

ea.-h Wei for itive wi --l -
m THE JKVVISH
IH1NE WD 'iRDKREP
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K II LE V IIERM \N
Circuit Court
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(I 'Ircull i louri H
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IN THE CIRC- IT COU^T OF ~>-E
ELEVENTH .LDIClAL C "CUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND ^C
DADE COL'NTY
No 68-ifv;
NOTICE BV PL'BL'CAT'CN
RETSEY MAGI II >N,
tiff.
EDWARD '' M IN. JR .
I.. i.
Th HOWARD I MAC"
Baal Sir.-.
Clan Ti \
YOU ARE
for I -
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D. i'ii-> Clerk
CATDIN, ROTHENHEIH
KliCAN & KORNHLDM
Attorneya for 1'l.iintiff
:w:, Blarayne Rulldlt .-
Miami. Florida
By: BARRNET r M (:
NOTICE OF INDENTION TO APPLY
FOR CHANGE IN NAME
Case No. 68- '7961
To wi nm It May Coi en
. hereby frlven thai 'he u' -
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO. 68-18309
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
JESSIE BELL SMITH,
Plaintiff,
JOHN HENRY SMITH
Defendant.
You JOHN HENRY smith, of U'
Clinton Street, Saratofra Rprlnita, New
York ISKllii are required i-> aerve
copy of your Anawer t" tin- Complaint
Divorce on DAVID M flONSHAK,
Attorney for Plaintiff. U'.'T N.W. "th
.- M tin Florida 33133, and file
your "i filial Anawer in the offlee of
the Clei ......'m uit i 'ourl 't. or
before th<. Kth ila> nf Januao 11*69
i >. t.iult h ill 1- i ntered agali t
you
1 11. I. I. i \ of November,
i: II LEATHERMAN
Clerk. I 'it. lilt I "'.in '
1'. unty. I rla
11 Is M LYMA.V
I lUty I el
12 il
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N" iTICE IS HERERY (1IVEN II I
. ...... .,
..- f
LANDERS STEIN INSURANCE
VliKNCI '.' Fl 1Kb Sir. i t.
... I
ami will Clerk t tit. i 'm uit
uri of li County, Floi I la.
INMtn I wi'l'.LS
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12 8-13-2 :
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
APPLY FOR CHANGE OF NAME
Cat- No bA 17962
'.. Whom I :.'..''...
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dersigiieil i- I er, I'ETER I'l.i.l-
.-' IN M.i' I 'l.' ,i- ELI I-
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Civil Al-,s ol
F it \c 6S-A-202
NOTICE IIKII
| 'SEE ... '
Tax Sal v.. ; i i
h e 1 i > "
'..I -:mi and I
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braei ileaeril -i t
t'.-rt\ Dade, Slat ol
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of E E SW' i of N I
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South tl. l'. 41' I 'a^t. > "tit.
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.'oiintx ot Ihtde, st.it. of Florida
The .!--- ni saul propi y
li i ihi ax il .. ate >va- In
Vli 'KERS
I'nli a anld i ri fli nte "hall I i re-
ed thi propi -'y
.... ih,. || i mild to 'he
hlRheal i : at thi Courlhouae door
t...... Mm d,.\ iii the month of
fanuai! ''' h is the ..tii day
of January,
Dated thla 3rd da) of l >. mber,

r. R LEATHERMAN, Clerk
. c r. uit Court Dad. Countv i-"lorida
F C.ULDBTRANTJ

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NOT ; i_ \OER
FiC------OL'S N*ve LAW
\ L.ERY 1I\ BN that
ctirau. In
u name ol
' -.-,', North
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'Uewish Floridian
Mia
mi, Florida. December 6, 1
ADL, Barry College To
Christian Jewish
.he Greater Miami Jewish Federation's Interim Budget Com-
mittee meets to review 1969 fiscal requirements of bene-
.iciary agenc.es. Seated (from left), are L. Jules Arkm. chair-
man, and Walter S. Falk. vice-chairman of 1969 Budget
Committee; standing. Mrs. Milton S. Green and Morton
erman, members of the Committee. These members ar-
clso active in the Combined Jewish Appeal campaign and
. ral occupy top leadership positions in their respective
--rofv.-.sio'ial divisions.
Breeskin to Produce
Festival Presentation
net Breeskin, celebrated
mth Florida musician, composer
conductor, will produce the
re presentation of "The
il Jerusalem" which will he
I at the Chanukah Festival
Miami Beach Audtorium
i lay, Doe. 22.
nally known as the conduc-
i Miami Beach Sj mpbony
ra Maestro Breeskin will
his orchestra at the Festi
!' ading thc,lu;i;i.ianc> ol th<*
Inment world who will be
. in the Chanukah Festival
- sponsored annually by
i I B ii I Organ sation, will
ra and i | star Jan
nd i mil i en, rcm
ilk hum i-i.
i
: I i
he was II > irs ol
Rabbi Robert P. Frazin
Named To Leukemia Board
Robert P, Frazin, director
Southeast Council of Amer
Hebrew Congregations, has
ippointed to the Board of Di-
of the Dade-Monroe Chap-
ter Leukemia Society of America,
president Irving J. Whit-
man has announced.
ii Frazin will serve on the
Bureau and as patient
consultant on the Patient
' mmittee. Mr. Whitman said.
Christian-Jewish Faculty In-
bj Barrj Col
"id the Florida Office ol the
Anti-Defamation League ol Una*
U be held Saturday eve-
rt and Sunday at the Monsignor
William Barry Memorial Library
oj the Barry College campus in
Miami Shores
The itt. Rev. Msgr. James F.
Enrignt, Archdiocesan chairman
for Christian Unity, Sister Eliza-
beth Ann. O.P, Ph.D., chairmanol
the Barry College History Depl
and Arthur Teitelbaum, director
Florida Regional Office ol the
'< tarnation League ol B'nai
B'i th are cochairmen of the two-
day intensive faculty seminar.
The purpose of the Institute, for
elementary and secondary schools,
for teachers in colleges and semi-
naries, is to promote a better un-
derstanding between Christians
and Jews by exploring the histori
cal and liturgical background ol
both groups.
The opening session at 7:30 p.m.
Saturday, featuring Rabbi Herbert
Baumgard of Temple Beth Am,
Rabbi Sol landau of Beth David
Congregation, and Rabbi David
Lehrfieid of Kneseth Israel, will
Facult\
j
explain the Reform, Conservative
beliefs ol Judaism
-'>' '"- w theme, "Jewish Be-
liel and Worship."
At 9:30 a.m Sunday, an interna-
tional!) known medieval scholar
the Rev. Edward A. Synan, profes-
sor ol philosophy, Pontifical Insti-
tute ol Medieval Studies, Univer
sity ol Toronto and associate e litor
"' The Bridge." will lecture on
"Our Crowd and the Crusa It "
He will discuss the relations be-
tween Christians and Jews during
the Crusades and will bring a 20th
Century dimension to this i lation-
ship by discussing the current bi si
seller. A discussion will follow.
Al 2 p n (he third and last i
-ion. stressing the them.-. ''The
lews: Home. Auschwitz, Jerusa
lem," will feature Dr. Joseph L.
Lichten, an internationally known
Jewish leader, an observer al the
Ecumenical Council, and national
director of the department of In
tercultural Affairs of the Anti-
Defamation League, B'nai B'rith,
and small discussion groups direel
id mward faculty participation
Will follow
The first Southern Baptist-Jewish
symposium held in this country,
Sponsor
Institute
under the sponsorship of (he ADL
and a group of local Southern Bap-
tist minister did laymen, this week
w*s attended by some 100 persons,
1 he sj mp isium, under the i
iship ol Henry E V, .
man ol th< Florida Ri ..
ol the ADL. was
vide an opportunity for i xpl
an l expansion ol the relations
'" een the J wish and Soul i n
Baptist communities. Pat .. in's
in the sj mpo i.mi also lisi -
ways throu h which both
mi hi n sj ond in a co ird
waj on matti rs ol i mn on
concern.
Dr. Conrad Willard, pasl i (
the Central Baptist I hurch in Mi-
ami and Ri bi i In ij U hrman,
itual leader ol temple Kir,an I-
El, Miami Beach, were pi
: -': Ihi v nposiu n,
First Thanksgiving Rites
Held in Inlerfaith Chapel
BAKNIT BRfSK/.V
rts as a
nist in ai New Y rk.
ich pi Steinwa; II,
and *
Hi bi of th
I ., ting i y oi
stra and Ihi I upi ol l hi tr
On hi m, D i He
w i music diri and condui
of the Miami Beach Civic Ore i
tra, predecessor of the M i a m i
Beach Symphony Orchestra which
he now conducts.
"The Saga of Jerusalem." writ-
ten by Aaron Kahan. will have its
world premiere at the Chanukah
Festival Against the background
of the Chanukah theme of Judah
Maccatoee. it presents in drama,
music and dance the theme of the
liberation of Jerusalem in the Six-
Day War.
Son I rsons v ere on hand
for the first Thanksgiving Pax
new Inl
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Ri \lb rl R. Sehn
Complains Of Bias
TEL VVIV JTAl
dent ol Ti I \\ iv L'niversitj this
k chai ged the Israi ivori
menl with discrimination against
that institution,
Speaking at the beginning of the
ne academic year. Dr. George
Wise said his university does not
receive the same budgetary alloca-
tion from the government as the
Hebrew University in Jerusalem
and the Haifa Technion. Israel's
oldest and largest technical college,
which is also beginning its aca-
demic year.
of the Chapel Board of Trusti es
and Ral bi S do non Si '.r. \
pie Beth E ch ipl
or ol Comn init; i ha
Sen and exi live \ ici pi
I o| .'..
01 (i Al'.i is '
the Cli el's Bo
. ruti i
r in th.
the Chapol spi i -
'al A mi iation ol i
Archdiocesi ol ....
and the Gi Uiami.Felli v
ol Churches, has be -n util u d foi
Mich things as High Holj Daj
service conducted by Rabbi Schiff,
a wedding, and a memorial service
for Sen. Hubert Kennedy, who was
assassinated. The lamines of pas-
sengers involved in recent hijack-
ings also have been assembled in |
the Chapel.
Albert ,1 Beer is treasurer of
the (hnpel and Sidney D. Ansin
serves on the Board of Trustees.
Joseph Golden Is
Named Officer Of
Southeast Region
Joseph Golden, president ol
rora* I m, North M
Beach, has bi en eh -red ,, .
president ol the Southeast Re .
I the United Syni o ue il >
tea and Sidnej Kaj ;
Sinai. Hollywood, was named
iry ,.t the bii i i
ich drew i
Dr Harold C
Peter-burg, past
southeasl
..... elected I st
resident i i
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on Vtlanl
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lion Atlanta ,\. led in
Rabbi Mayer Al i a
reini u, norah intei m i
lor ol the Regional Youth ( i
mission, and Rabbi Morris B.
Chapman oi SI Petersburg is serv-
ing as interim Region director. :n
the absence of Rabbi Allen Rutchik.
The Southeast Region is com-
posed of 36 conservative congrega-
tions in Florida, Alabama. Georgia,
Louisiana. South Carolina and
Tennessee
ZOA To Honor Nathan Darsky

rst time a resident of the hoard of the American Bcv-
be presented with the erage Corp.. and a prominent com
Silvei Award of the munity leadci and Zionist worker,
' iation ol America, has been selected to receive Ihi
to Jacques Torczyner, award, which bears th* name
. resident. '

H Darsky, chairman of
NATHAN H. DAMSKf
the late nationally noted Zi
leader. Rabbi Abba Hillel Silver ol
. eland. > ihio i esei ted annual-
ly to an outstanding worker (or the
Kfar Sih i i Agricultural High
School, maintained bj the ZOA in
Ashkelon, Israel, the award which
was named in honor of the late Re-
form Jewish leader Will be pre
sented to Mr Darskj al a dinni r
dance in his honor Sunday eve
ning, Jan 5, In the Ballr iom of
the Fontainebleau Hotel.
The event, which in opi n to I i
public, will feature a festive pre
gram with lhi emphasi on i nter
tainmenl The celebration will l
gin with a cocktail party al S i
Dinner will be served al t> o'clock
Mr Torczyner commended Mr
Darsky tor hi> many years of
leadership, in the Y n. m
Ohio, district and in the Miami
Beach Zio Hi
out thai for the pa >l 50 j e.
I has been act
ol tii mork mi beh I ; Ihi
Jewish State and ol Ihe Jewish
people, and espcciallj i-
ver, where lasl j en- Mr Dai skj
established a $25,000 pi etua
rship fund in memorj ol his
v\ife aim oi his son, Joseph.
Besides his many acth lies in
the Zionist Organization ol Amer-
ica, Mr Darsky was instrumental
stablishing remple En a .1
Congregation In Youngstown Ohio
... u ell as the Hebi ew In
e Jew ish Home for the Aged
Locally, Mr Darsky has been on
Ihe board ol directors <>i the Miami
National Bank, the Hank ol Miami
and of Temple Emanu-EI,
Miami Bi ach and is a founder ol
M: Sinai Hospital.
Rnbbi Tibor Stern (left), spiritual leader o( the Jacob C.
Cohen Community Synagogue met with Shmuel Yosef Agon
the Israeli winner of last year's iNobei Prize in literature. Rabbi
Stern was in Israel In participate in the Talmud contest
which was established by Jacob C. Cohen.


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horn right. Mrs. Lcuis Goldman, Harry L.
L?wi=, president of the hospital, Mrs. Stanley
Wolff, Mrs. Lewis, Mr. Wolff and Mr. Gold-
man. The Cedars' Board cf Directors pre-
sented Mr. Lewis with an "Appreciation
Trophy" in recognition of his dynamir lead-
ership during the pest year at this banquet.
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N imed secretary of the o>n-
nc< on Collegi Composition
1 oi nuni< ation, national
< gat ization of ege English
teachers, was Audrey Roth, who
!- in the faculty > Miami-Dade
Jun or i i rth campus.
ed for ;i two-year
". rr;i a! the (......n of the Na
tioi oun<.: b| Teachers ol Eng-
"Twice gla I" i- Stephen A. rVa-
gid*, -in o'Mrs Frances Magida,
4450 SW 67 Lv< o 1 i just
the state ;>..r < xaminations
in both Florida and New York, a
cun rad ol Columbia Law
School, Stephen ;.!-<> graduated
from tin Hebrew Academy in
Miami Beach, I oral Gables High
School and the Wharton School of
Finance and Commerce at thi-
i sitj of Pennsylvania,
Six .Miami aria Liirls, students
at the Universitj of South Florida
in Tampa, have pledged Alpha
the best
recipe
>T(^ for
fe\ folks
Vr newly
"' moved
to GREATER MIAMI
Tikt on* phon* eP (or eoupoa
below), add hostess with baskets
of gilts and information atoi,t ths
city, stir in genuine hospitality,
and you'll have a generojs ana)
delightful welcome. Just phoni
iW'lcomc^

Hersbein of Miami, and Marlaine
Simon ol North Miami.
To choose a name and nominate
officers will be the first order of
business al the initial meeting
l)i b, l- oi a di v. Iy organized
chapter of B nai B'ritn Women,
members ol which will be young
married and single omen fi
Dade aruj Bj-oward Counties.
' r.uly busj raising funds, the
chapter is sponsoring two lecture-
art exhibits at the Gordon (
Art Gallery on 40th St.. the firsl
at 2 p.m. Sunday, the second at
8:00 the same evening.
Charles F. Levine, -on of Mr
and Mrs. Meyer Levin*, 15110
N'K 12th AVC, North Miami
Ke.uh. is now a second lieutenant
in the U.S. Air Force, and has
been assigned to Williams Air
Force Base. Arizona, for pilot ,
training.
The new lieutenant received
his commission upon graduation
from Officer Training School at
Lackland AFB. Texas. He is a
graduate of North Miami High
School, Miami-Dade Junior Col-
lege, and earned his B.A. degree
at the University of Miami.
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"With six you get eggroll"
and the CWins (Evelyn and Bn)
have only two grandchildren to
go to be eligible. Little Sharon
MaHen*, born recently to their
daughter. Judi and her husband,
Dave Styron of Deland. is No. 4.
With son Bob and his wife. Judy,
and their two little ones now liv-
ing in Sarasota, the Cleins are
kept busy nuking the rounds.
Hire at home the Cleins have
their own youngest. 11 year-old
Patti, and granddaughter Staci,
Jane Michaels and Carol Stein-
berg of Coral Cables. Eddyse
Epsilon Phi sorority. They are
Pafti Abel, Margaret Emmer,
the child of son Michael and his
wife! Carol, to keep things hum-
ming. Patti, who takes her rule of
"aunt"' seriously, is already plan-
ning to sp< nd her winter vai a
lion in Deland and Sai
Grand Matriaich ol the family is
Rae Marks Goldberg, v. ho alrca Ij
1 '/en great grandchildren
to brag about.
In Alaska, a might} long w aj
from sunn) Miami. Capt. Arthur
S. Friedland, son of Mrs. Cecelia
Friedland of Coral Gables, has
been decorated for mi ritoi ious
si "\ ce as a manpou er ma i
meiit officer al Eilson Air Force
Base.
Dorothy E. Brake h.i- been ap-
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Mercy Hospital Miss Brake pre-
viously served as assistant direc-
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are. from left. Mrs. Philip Friedman, presi-
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Mrs. Vivian Edwards. Bay Division member-
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Friday. December 3,
Mrs Jacob Kotler was recently
elected president of the Mesivta
Vomen. the women's organization
of the Mesivta Hiyh School of '
Greater Miami.
A graduate of Hunter College in i
New York City. Mrs Kotler earned
her masters degree there also
She taught in the New York City
Is for 35 years, and was an
assistant principal the last five
She and her husband have two
daughters and five grandchildren.
An executive director of the
Children's Free Eye and Dental
Clinic, in which ail workers and
doctors were volunteers, she also
served ;is president of the Sister-
hood of the Bialystoker Syna [ogue
lor -even year-, and has been at
Elected President
Organization Here
Pollack. Golden Book chairman;
Lie-el (iutinann, Sunshine chair-
man. Mrs. EthtBj l.erner. Mrs Ber-
tha Makovsky and Mrs. Shirley
Berkowitz were named honorary
life presidents.
Named to the Heard of Directors
were the Mesdames Edna Bear.
Sue Hennon. Bertha Groudan,
Hannah Berber. Dolly Bienenleld.
Dorothy Dlatt, Gertrude Esterman,
Chana Geller. Bessie Galbut, Co-
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berg, Sydelle Rosenberg, Gladys
VVeberman, Magda UVis-. Frieda
Berger, Toby Lifchetz, Susan Co-
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MKS. JACOB KOTLCR
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Hospital Auxiliary Group To Attend State Conference
Mrs. Yale Levenson, first vice
president ": the A- oeiation a
tal Auxiliaries and
immediate ident ol Mom:;
Sinai Hospital Auxiliary, headed a
18 members ol ho-
pital auxiliai ies In Greater Miami
.'ho attended the annual confer
once ol 'he >;,. organization in
group, was in the delegation
Mr- Murraj Kirn, president of
he Mount Sinai Auxiliarj
:i lied by nine members ol her
roup, will be in tl I i
Annual Card Party Set
Miami Bus.* e1 and Profes
ipler ol 'in i i \"ii rican
IRT ,i; h ild it^ annual ( .. rd
partj Sunnaj. Dec 15 7:30 p m
the Card Ri om at .">J.;:; II.. lin,
Ave
Judqe Walter B. Lebowifz, Norman Seven
and Gersh Moss, pictured above, left to
right, are reviev/ing the first nominations re-
ceived by the B'nai B'lith North Shore Lodge
No. 1744. for its Outstanding Senior Citizen
Award, which will be presented to the per
son. 65 years of age or over, deemed to have
contributed the most to this community.
Plans Finalized
For Senior Citizen
Awards Luncheon
.In lgc Walter !'. !.e' '
Gerh M --. Senior Citizen Annual
eon cochairmen, ha' e
fina ize I | ans [or the affair to be
F< iti a! tile Se\ iile Hotel.
: North Shoi e Lod te.
B nai l; i :.i with Lodge president
N ii man Si \ en
Head; -a for submitting nomina-
tion- i- '.i 20, and the l< tt -i
. mid outl ne re isoi for the nom
inat meral ml ibutioi -
made to th > o i initj at It
and -' il I be add !
Walter Lebowitz, 350 Lincoln R I
Miami B< at h
Servinj on the committee ol
judges Mi tro Mayor Chuck
Hall. Miami Herald editor Don
Shoemaker, and Ralph Renick,
ol WTVJ i'h 4
Ben Gurion Urges Negev Settlement
BEERSHRBA IT A F<
Prime Minister Ben Gurion has
jailed for the settlement ol two
lilii in Jew in the Nege\ and the
trial development oi that re-
..ion so that :' can serve as a ccn
er for exports to African market-
Mr Ben-tiurion, who makes his
home in the Negev village of Srie
Boker sp ik before the Negex Dc
ipmenl Club
He called the re ion u hich com-
prises two-third of Israel's tern
lory an i t* largeij and and unde-
veloped. "Israel's gate to Africa "
"We do not need the Suez Canal
We have a Sue/ ol our own," he
said
The Nej e\ l- sen ed bj the porl
"I Eilat, on the Gull of Akaba,
Uhich lead- to the Re I Sea and
the Indian Ocean, Most ol Israel's
trade with Ka-t Africa and the Far
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Friday. December 6,
1953
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
Genuine Heroes
By DR. HERBERT BAUMGARD,
Rihti, Temple Beth Am, S. Miami
. .if tin' amazing thin ;s ab ml
: anach (Bibh i is that it i
icture its h< roes men and
:i without taull 1 hpy are not
Thej
no) a 1>
l pj are

an! -".I. [hi
i be
the
i .
Even Esau,
who i> consid-
ered the oppo-
nent of Jacob,
in some situa-
Rtbbi Baumgard
i, appears as an exemplary per-
Through the story of Esau.
.'.< Tanacb teaches that even the
ev; person can do wonderful
thing:
This lesson is sharply drawn in
tut Torah reading of this week.
You will recall that when Esau and
Jaccb were younger. Jacob had re-
ceived his father's blessing mak
ir him the chief heir to Isaac*
tr,tal rule Esau, as the eldest son.
was due this blessing, but the clever
Rt-.tcca maneuvered both the
b!:rti Isaac and the young Jacob.
Nov.. tht narrative tells us. Esau
ar:ci Jacob are mature men. Jacob
is traveling with his tribe through
ta< desert when his scouts report
thai Esau is approaching with a
large group of armed men. The
n-t < is set for Esau's revenge.
Yel Esau does not take his re-
\i When Jacob sends forward
gifts of appeasement. Esau gra-
'ciously refuses them and. instead.
tnes to press some oj his own
wealth onto Jacob in this meeting,
Esau is forcefully presented a- .i
in ol forgiveness and stature
l-m a moment he returns to the
itei <>1 the Biblical sta i
itici I; res the -in ne, and
:.-.-: .,- quickl)
: heroic qualities
.' lially a transient. He
. from place to placi
bul he doesn't have the set i
arj !"!' thi
. eal tation i; cob is less
n Esau, less muscular.
In a way, Jacob is less attrai
than 1 bul his other character-
istics mark him as the natural
leader of the two.
It is Jacob who wrestles with
God and breaks through to new re-
ligious insight. It is Jacob who
dreams ol angels climbing the lad-
der into heaven. It is he who is
sensitive enough to experience the
presence of the divine, "in this
: place." in the mundane ana every-
i day scene.
In Jacob we see the forerunner
. of the Jewish scholar, the man of
conscience seeking to build a just
society. In this very real sense, we
Jews who live today are 'sons of
Jacob (Israel)" and not "sons of
Esau."
Question
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SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION

Vayishlah
Soviet Jewry
Film Highlights
Lodge Meeting
A film on Soviet Jewry with
commentary by Joseph Vanich, di- I
rector of the American Jewish j
Congress, was the highlight of the ,
.
Thi< pa%r is prepared in
>prTation uMth the GrrareT
J' jmi Rabbinical Association.
Coordinator of the features
r-pearinz here is
DR. MAX UPSCHITZ
Spiritual Leader of
th Torah Congregation
or North Miami Buck

::
Tuesday meeting of Miami Beach
Lodge. Bnai B'rith, at the DiLido
Hotel.
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. spiritual
leader of Temple Ner Tamid. is
scheduled to speak at the Dec. 10
meeting, according to Malcolm
Fromberg. Lodge president.
Gershon Miller will continue to
serve as chairman of the lodge's
weekly Tuesday meetings, as he
has since their inception 20 years
ago.
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
Why is there no benediction
recited when observing the
Commandment of honoring
one's father and mother?
claim, a- in th< t ol
n soi
reius
bei
e\ er, there is
til II htCh ':: I
ill : r cl arit;
honoring one's pan nts Th 5 tl
thai certain Commandrn
can be completely fulfilled w
one act (putting on the refill i
holding the Lulab. etc.). Other
Commandments cannot be fulfilled
by one simple act. Their obligation
is a continuous one. Having given
charity once does not excuse a
man the next time it is ;>sked for
or needed, even in the same day.
Likewise, performing an act of
honoring one's parent does not ex-
cuse one from the obligation of
honoring the parent the very next
time the opportunity arises, even
if it should arise in the next few
minutes. One is therefore never
sure that he has ever been in a
position to complete his obligation.
He thus can never tell whether or
not he is going to perform a com-
plete Commandment Thus, a bene-
diction would be out of order.
Why is it traditionally required
to cover th* face of th* dead
immediately after death?
Some explain that this is done
because it is forbidden to look at
the face of a dead person. For one
thing it is considered disrespectful
since it is considered embarrass-
ing to the dead. For another thing,
the countenance of man is an im-
age of the Almighty While man is
alive, the image is a living image
whose visage is supposed to com-
mand respect and communicate
ideas. When a man dies, the image
leaves him and thus, his visage is
covered to indicate that the image
Rachel's Tomb.
And Rachel died, and was buried hi the \\:tr to !'
the same is Bethlehem. And Jacob sel up a pillai
grave" Gel 35 19-20
\ AYISHLAH '' i the bour lar) ol 111
ib prudi ntl) sent
and ol his w< alth i
-. : returned with the i

i sect
not to lose al He sent gilts I
prayed G brotl
1 I :
V

.
. I \ prevailed" (G
i met Esau, whom hi
eference. Eml
m en
Jacob iournej i to S ["here the rap<
daughter, Dinah, bj the pi no ol thai citj led to thi
iction ol Shechem bj two ol Dinah's brothers P
to Beth-el, Jacob kepi Ihi vow he had made to return i
the way. Rachel gave birth to Jacobs last and youi
Benjamin. But Rachel died in childbirth, and Jacob bui
on the way to Ephrath. which is Bethlehem.
This recounting of the Weekry Pertlen of the Lew it extracted
and based upon "The Graphic History of the Jewish Heritage,"
edited by P. Wollman-Tsamir. $15. Publisher is Shengold. and th*
volume is available at 27 William St., New York S, N.Y. President
of the society distributing the volume is Joseph SchUng.
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is no more to be seen in the phy.-i-
! cal sense.
i
Others explain that there was a
practical reason for covering the
J face of the dead. It seems that
' originally only the faces of the
i poor were covered, since they
were drawn and discolored from
lack of nutrition. The family,
therefore, felt ashamed to have
others see their beloved in this
condition. As was the case in many-
other instances, the rabbis were
intent upon avoiding embarrass
ment for the poor, and so they
ordered the faces of all the dead
to be covered so that no one would
be ashamed.
Why does Jewish tradition re-
quire ritual purification (Ta-
hara) which consists of wash-
ing the dead in a certain way?
Some authorities (Tashbatzi
claim that the soul upon departing
from the body beholds the Divine
! Presence Washing the bod) i
means of bringing purity to t|<
soul which is about tu meet its
Maker
Others explain that was!
immersing in water is like -
through a process of re-crc
rebirth. The world first was cr-
ated in a condition of water a- tin
Bible relates in the Book ol Gene-
sis. Man comes into this wo
cased in water. The Kahbali-t.* re-
gard death as another birth ^.i
thus, the body is washe : a :.
water before burial. Deaf. .- lik-t
I return to nature. The V
first brought about thi \ ten
of nature in the midst
and go the body which i
to nature" is purified
water before it goi -
original natural source
h^clicjicits <^5i
eivices
Adler.
FYldaj p in and "" i1 "i 8< r-
Cliureli and Btati Can the
Tv i Evei Meet Saturdaj
Sen The Weekly 1
the Bible I" So ., in Rar Mill '
!: :. ..i. ,.f Mr anil Mrs William
I I; I ; I :.: M -
S. Ulllll
AI'AVAT SHALOM CONGREGA.
7 ION. 985 SW 6"ith Ave. Orthodox.
Cantor Morns Ban-.
ANSHE EMES 2Z~Z SW 19th Ave.
Efc~H AM (TEMPLE) 5S0 N. Ken.
Dr., S Miami Reform Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Michael
K>rr.
Drazin. Cantor Nathan Parnass.
III |, in
I eft l.eavi i I A.. .- ...
- i ii Sel moil "Th* i
Hi- and Kxau
MINYONAIRES S.NAGOGUE. 3737
Bird Rd. Modern Traditional.
E"H DAVID. :t.26 SW 3rd Ave.
C -servative Racbi Sol Landau
Ctntor Willam w. Lioson.
,. .
I H a a n '- I I
Mil no |, in
The 1 al l.-
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Avenue,
"hodox. Rabbi Solomon Schiff
.. ., >. I ct of
Saturd m
in Mini ha >' p m
BE'H KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave
M dern Traditional. Rabhi Max
piro Cantor B' Dickson.
p.n rsui Spi ker: c
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Portion of Ia \:i p.n
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BETH TOV (TEMPLE). 6438 SW 8th
Si. Conservative. Rabbi Simon April.
Cantor Seymour H;nkes.
; ......in- I'll-1
lent Mill r Top !' I
Followi ,i l>) i .-* Shabhal
BJ'MAI SHOLOM (Temple). 275 NW
i99th Street. Conservative. Rabbi
Abraham M. Cassel.
ISRAEL (YCMMLti OF CREATER
MIAMI. 137 NE 19th St. Reform
Bahbi Joseph R. Narn
- '-, ii m Rahbath i:
I mil. by 8ai red I 'am lulld '
.
IfAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
S. Conservative. Rabb' Avrom L.
CANDLELI5KTING TIME
5:10 15 'CTSLEV
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 P.netree
Cr Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross.
JACOB C COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE 1532 Washington Ave
Orthodox. Rabhi Tibor H. Stern
Cantor Meyer Engel.
I > m. Rii t u
.-:. .
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Eucl'd Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seif
l-'i-nl.i\ ". mi p m S ii
Si run i "Tl i I n. u I
MENORAH (TEMPLE) 620 75th St
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abramo-
w.tz Cantor Nico Feldman.
Kii-i.v h. 1 s |i m s. moi
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Frldaj l:IS p m Sermon: l- Then
! "ii lo Worr) Atinul lliiinful -----------
OR OLOM (TEMPHI. Conservative
8755 SW 16th St. Miami. Rabbi
Ra'ph Z. Glixman. Cantor Benjamin
B-n Ari.
iki p in Saturda) I
Mill f Mi
Mrs Ah in Llplts
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 65O0 N. Miami
Ave Conservative. Rabbi Ralph
Carmi. C.-ntor David Sherman.
i I U|
m
ZION (TEMPLE) 8000 Miller Rd Con.
servative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman.
MIAMI BEACH
AGLDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Ca.iyle Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th Street.
Orthodox. Rabbi Berel Wein.
NER TUMID 'TEMPLEl 80th S and
Tatum Waterway Ccmwii ,-
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz Cantor Ed-
ward Klein.
OHEV SHALOM, 7055 Bon ta Drive
Orthodox. Rab^' Phineas Weber-'
man.
Priflaj "..... p in Saturd i
Re.
iui and i iur Ri ium "
BETH RAPHAEL (TEMPLE). 1545
Jefferson Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
David Raab. Cantor Saul H. Breeh.
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
Rabbi David Rosenfeld. Cantor Ben
Zion Kirschenbaum.
BNAI RAPHAEL 1401 NW 183rd St
Conservative. Rabbi Charles M. Ru-
don Edwards. Cantor Theodore
Mindich.
Oakland Park Blvd R
bel Cantor Jack Lemer
EMANU-EL '801 S Andre*. Avi
Reform. Rabbi Richard M Lt left.
Cantor Jerome Klement.
SINAI (TEMPLEi OF NORTH DADE
Ten-porary office. 18301 NE ZZnd
Ave Reform Raf'bi Ralph Kingsley
Cantor Maurice A N-u
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SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 18151 NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah E
Caolar
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126 E. Hallancaie B-ach B.-
HOLLYWOOD
BETH EL (TEMPLE S -;" *
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BETH SHALOM (Tl
Monroe St. Cons- .
Morten Malavsky.
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BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave.. SEPHAROIC JEWISH CFNTFR 45
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Collins Ave. Rat-hi Sadi Nahmias.
Swlrakv Cinti.r Mxnr u -... l. ... a,-----_
w. ...w-. '^imi onrridryflnu I. -.- -.. .. ..,,., iianmiaS.
Swirsky. Cantor Maurice Mamches. .. ,_ -------*------
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ctu. o.ouc, .-e-... ^..... 1542 44 Washington Ave. Rabbi A.
Ben H illel.
SINAI (TEMPI!
Conservatve Rail Da%
Cantor Yei.udah H*ilbi >-
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER Ml.
A-- 9>0 NE 171st St Orthodox
Rd bl Naftali Porus-
MIRAMAR

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JUDEA (TEMPLEi 5500 GmD, b vfl
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I
Reform Rabhi Morns" Kipoer
2AMORA (TEMPLK, 44 Zamor, Ave
conservative Rabbi Maxwell Berger
r.intO' H.rsh March
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PT. LAUDER3ALE
BETH ISRAEL (TEMPLE. 547
ISRAEL (TEMPI r
Way. Conservati v
Cutier.
POMPANC BEACH
SHOLOM ,TFMPl r
Av- Cf-i *1
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MOGAN DAVH
Town Hall, o.'rcl S
Avenu*. Orthodo<
Vine
BE-TH S?OLOM (TEMPLE). 41 ADATH YESHURUN (TEMPLE) 1fr>5
Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabb. Leon N E Miami Garden, Or Conservative
.fSS WJon^XlT-R. Mao.^M",0n Schlinsky.^n'tVrT'i'bo'r
Mltivah of Bet*} and Joel dauRhtei i ., ,,, n 5?iSVd"5 B:45,a.n
sur BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid Ave Or. BETH TORAH math c. ..-
thodox. W.bbl Joseph E. Rackov.ky. Ale Con^^^at'le Rabb, Ma,E Lto"
CUBAN HEBREW'CONRREGATION. l''"" r""'t" J'""' P","r
L2 RabH, Dow Rotencwaig.
EMANU-EL (TEM*PLEi 17m Wa.h.
ma'-in Ave. Conservat-v R,
rig Lehrman Assistant Ra';l..i BETH MO'-HE CoHteximniHiXL
Darnel E. Kirsl.bium Cantor Zv 13600 W. Dixie Hwy. CoitMrvat?
Kabbmical television p^im
D.c. 8-(h |0 B:M am T|u. Jewhh h Huur
Host: Rabbi Max A Uptchits,
nr c n\ ?fUl To^*,, Congregation. North Miami
oec. i-Ch ,. o a.m The Still Small Voice.
HOit: Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swirsky,
.. Congregation Beth Jacob. Miami Beach
' "' Rabbi Avrom L Drazin Israelite Center ;
Richard M. Leviton, Temple Emanu I
I suderd
Topic: Chanukah
De 10-',." l:30p.m Man to Man.
Rev. Luther I Pierce
' '" Rab Herberl M Baumgard T
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GlORGl A. SIA10.V
Chanukah Banquet Benefits
Israel Cancer Foundation
The l.-rael Cancer Foundation
will bent.'it from proceeds of a
Chanukah Banquet to be held at
the Deauville Hotel at noon Sun
day. Dec 22. under the sponsor-
ship of the Jacob C. Cohen Sister-
hood.
A hishlisht of the entertainment
planned ior the affair will be a
musical program by Cantor Meyer
Engel of the Jacob C. Cohen Com-
munity Synagogue.
1 Simon Named Head
Of Realty Institute
George A. Simon. Miami realtor
who waj recently elected prcsi-
dent of the Chamber of Commerce
"f The Americas, was also elected
president oi the National Institute
"I Farm and Land Brokers at the
Institute's annual meeting in New
York.
A parl of the nal mal As
lion ol Real i: tatc B iar Is, the in-
stitute i- p mj Oied Realtors
specializing in tl hes
fai ms and ..II types ;
'' Mi si en
[or the
..... < served as
i'e.ional vin piesi '
vice president an i I rst vice
pres dent. He is n il the 120 Ac-
credi < ,1 Farm and Lan Brokei -
in the United States.
A native of Belgium. Mr Simon
studied economics at the Univer-
sity of Lausanne. Switzerland, be-
fore coming to the United State.
in 1940. He entered the U.S. Army
in 1942, and at present is a major
in Army Intelligence in the Ac- j
live Reserves. He has been in the i
: real estate field since 1948. and |
operates his own office specializ- j
, ing in acreage, syndication and
land development throughout the
state
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he VM YWHA of Greater Miami
and will be
working in the
after school and
cultural arts,
programs at the
Central Y, it I
was announced i
by Efraim H. j
Gale, executive I
director.
A graduate of
Brooklyn Col-
lege with a B A.
in Psychology,
Mrs. Ber.:sch has taught Nurser)
School and handicapped children
a- we'.: .- beinj head counsellor
for a girls' camp. A recreational
leader for teen girls at the Kings
Bay YMHA in New York, she is a
specialist in arts and crafts. She
and her husband, Robert, who at-
tends law school at the University
of Miami, live in Coral Gables
New classes, activities and pro-
grams for YMHA youngsters slated
during the week days, after school,
are on the new Fall schedule of
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Temple Israel Sisterhood leaders discuss plan* for the
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on Dec. 10. Jan 14 and Feb. 11. Shown (seated, from left)
are: Mrs. Lewis Davidson, ticket chairman and Mrs. Martin
W. Spector, co-chairman. Standing (from left) are: Mrs. S.
Sidney Raffel, chairman and Mrs. Julius M. Rosenberg,
vice-president of ways and means. Breakfast will be served
at 10 a.m. in Wolfson Auditorium.
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Sunday Cocembei*'8, 1968
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By CARL ALPEPT
Kconomic Facts May Forge Political Settlement
"1 I!;, fa -
WHATEVER maj '"' ''''' Precise
legal and political status (!
West Bank, or the technical
I between the so-called occu-
I territories and Israel, there
that < nic facts
creating a close and sisnificanl
ship The latest step In I
of ij menl in Israel
ol West Bank '.
The greaj economic u] n Israel in the lasl
yea and a I If has I t in its w ake a Berious
short; Into this vacuum have drifted an
nan l 4 \ io, until the Six-Day War,
lived under the fl n The need will grow
in monl is ahead There is an anticipated short-
age ol almost 4.0(1(1 laborers to work the winter
vegetable crop, and an even larger number will be
lacking for Hi groves when the citrus season gets
into lull >\\ing Ine Wesl liana Arabs constitute a
readily available labor force to meet these needs
Tin- ianj problems involved, i ne 'hem
ii is the matter ol defense Unquestion
ril i must see to it that all these
\ en pass a suil e securitj check, inas-
- h u;.: have prai licalh Iree access to
I.Nl .
Anol em a m one, and a gi at
ission has all ea In sta te I. re\ oh -
ind tin- issue, one of the principles of the Zioi isl
novi \ ol .. nor Ji vs sh mid be
pi rl m all functions in theii st and
nal stratificat u il a
Our Film Folk:
Ly HERBERT G. LUFT
Tuniiv Girl"
Hc
Hoi 1 ym i
|ONORED RECENTLY .,- thl
pii tun nade in America in 1968"
was William Wyler's Funny Girl." the
autobiographical Fanny Brice screen
musical Presentation of the "Samuel
Goldwyn Award" was made at the San
Francisco Film Festival bj Mayor Jo-
seph 1. Alioto to the late Miss Brice's
>un iii-.a,1.. Kay Stark, who produced the picture
Your JTA columnist attended the festival highlighted
. retrospective screening of excerpt- from the cine-
matic work of pioneer film director Wyler. who has been
honored with Qscars for "Mrs. Miniver." "The Best Years
ol Our Lives" and "Ben Ilur A protege of the late Carl
Laemmlc at Universal Studios, Wyler began to attract
critical attention 40 years ago with "Hell's Heroes "
Throughout the 1930s and '40s, Wyler guided a series
ol memorable films for Samuel Goldwynsuch a- "F/ods- -
worth.'" "Wuthering Heights." 'Dead End" anil "The
Little Foxes "
Samuel Goldwyn, who was 8ti this past August, him-
sell will receive an award from the Century Club of the
American Jewish Congress at a banquet for him and
Jack Valenti, president of the Association ol Motion Pic-
ture Producers This will be a rare occasion, for the vet-
eran li!m producer has seldom attended official functions
during the past years,
. Kirk Douglas' latest film, "The Brotherhood," was
screened lor the press at the festival A penetrating char-
acterization Ol a Mafia boas, the picture is certainly nrrt
lo ena;c brotherhood on a high level in this country
oi other parts of the world Douglas, however, has deep
feeling ol responsibility as a citizen and a creative artist
moral responsibility he has exercised here and abroad
on many occasions, having served as ambassador ol good-
Mill lor the United States both in Latin America and in
I stern Europe.
The Israeli entry at San Francisco, "Every Bastard
., King." was strongly applauded by the audience. Reflect-
ing the impact oi the Six-Day War. the film deals with
ti e destiny oi man and the commitment oi each one of us.
I oductr Avraham Deshe and director I'ri Zohar accepted
the acclaim. They had previously collaborated on the
Cannes Festival award-winner "Three Days and a child."
for winch Odded Kotler received a Golden Globe Awards
nomination irom the Hollywood Foreign Press Association
this year Zohar. 33-year-old bearded native oi Haifa whose
parents were immigrants from Poland, told me he had
just completed a rather low-budget comedy entitled "Fish,
Girls and Football." with Opfair, Israel's lamed mime.
partic
George Cukor has been assigned lo replace Joseh
Strick as director of 1'andro Herman > production of
lustine," a story based on a novel by Lawrence Durrel
now before the cameras in Tunisia for Richard 1). Zanuck
a; 20th Century-Fox, Star- Anouk Aimee, Dirk Bogarde,
na Karma and Michael York.
Veteran motion picture producer Samuel .1 Briskin,
hoard member and for the past 10 years a vice president
ol Columbia Pictures, died at the University ol California
Medical (enter He was 71
Sam Marx has purchased an original screenplay by
.utor John Crawford entitled "The Ravine," Dealing with
a World War II incident, it will be produced in Italy
under fhe Westinghouse banner and will take precedence
Otl Marx's schedule. He has postponed filming of "Animal
'lalk" starring Helen Hayes.
normal people. It Is argued that if the unskilled tasks
are taken over by the Arabs, the latter will bee
"hewers ol wood and drawers of water." wh
Jews will become a nation ol white collai workers.
managers and bosses, contrary to the spirit in ihich
the state oi Israel was created
There are also economic problems Th<
wage rate iii Israel is about three times that
Capital Spotlight
By Milton Friedman
Israel May Suffer
From Viet Lesson
Washington
yWHILE ISRAEL was not a pa
to the Viel Nam war, the
Jewish State maj emer e ..- one
ol the losers
When Communist ins] I \rab
guerrillas initiated Viet Cong ter-
rorist attacks against Israel, it was
assumed that since America made
such a fetish "i South Vietnamese security, Israi
in a similar fixcould expect U.S. help So
thought the chances for American support ol I-' .
were enhanced by the commitment to S Bui
it now appears the opposite may be the case
American poucy-makers, Republican and Demo
cratic. are now determined to end the war in Viel
Namand to avoid any Middle Eastern involvement
even remotely similar io the one in Asia Tacil
comn tment.v campaign pledges, and Soviet pene
(ration ol ihe Mi least i olwithsl thi Jol nson
and Nixon Administrations appear agreed on I
y i he outgoing Administration u to
achieve a Viel Mam peace agreement in Paris be
lore leaving oflice, and President-elect Nixon ba-
the pursuit ol peace with honor" as the firsl ordei
"i business on the agenda Neither Administral
is disposed to throw down the gauntlet to the Rus-
sians and Arab- in defense of Israel
A situation might ewlve wherein blatant Soviet
armed intercession could necessitate a nuclear con-
frontation, but the emerging response to escalation
Ol guerrilla warfare and infiltrationwarfare tech-
nique- perfected In Viel Namis to seek a Soviet-
American tacit accord Such cooling-off diplomacy
would be at Israel's expense.
Policy-planner- are struggling to avoid a situa-
tion in which Israel may become the proxy of the
l s tearing that Washington might not be able to
exert lull control. At some point Israel may feel
that her vital interests do not coincide with those
Of Washington and act accordingly
President-elect Nixon is clearly committed to
supplying Israel with arms necessarv to tip the mili-
tary balance in Israel's favor. He said that only this
combined with straight talk to the Russians, would
deter aggression. Yet pressures are already being
exerted to minimize this pledge
It appears likely thai the new Administration
will deliver the Phantom jets and reassert the same
sort of vague and limited commitments t0 Israel as
those voiced by President Johnson and Vice Presi-
dent Humphrey Meanwhile, efforts will be made ,
cool down the situation, avoid a confrontation with
ofUlhe'suSUe Ar*b friendshlp' Bnd ',h> both sides
,heAts<'"m,,'r M,n~,,,1'1:" "n,,uc! ,,r vie n oB
the U.S. and has seized the initiative in the Middle
-a-.a corner of the world where American resolve
- confused, mis is a strategic moment in history
the Aral en receiving back home, but i-
comcience will not permit payment ol le>s thai
. rate not to speak ol the employment
whuh could be create I Irom operation ol
i axiom thai cheap labor replaces mon .
r So Ion .i- the shortage of hands coi I
there i- no immediate danger that Jews
thrown out ol work by Arab competition i-
the real n would be primarily bel
Irabs, who have raised their stai
living the past twenty year- and
\' rid thai then- muscles and hands
h wagi in i-i.n I
i lil now, West Hank Arab- have been bro'
over by I rkel contractors who loa i
up ii..... and provi led work gangs fi
empli j ei- Wages
: lations wi re nol the best foi ibi. us rea
Now, un ler control of the Ministry of La
ploymenl offices are being opened, when tl
f the A ill be protect. I ...
the -i cui it) :; I interests ol hrael It ri lat
mainta and decent level, thi
Wesl Bank will become economically ii
'i will defy and put ..
all obji thi \:.... politicians i
and Po tical reality will grow
ither reason lor k epi
econon | flourishing
Highlights In Sports
JESSE SILVER
Israeli Basketball
IF LONG ISLAND UNIVERSITY
"'11 to l-t\, : in April to help the Isi n
'''':|> :,j'" the Maci abiah Games Jul
Aug 6 S Lieber, nation.,; basketball cha
1 s mmi lS for Israel, mad.- the ann
Rubin, who will begin his eighth season with thi ;
buds, coached his team to the small-college .
lasl year an I i berth in the National Invital
ment. Basl .. .. introduce I into the garni
ta year bel..re i| became an Olympic sport) and
(yes, Egypti w m the firs) gold medal, The United St
has won every gold medal since entering the Mac
Games basketball competition in lfiso
Already in Israel is Barry l.iebowii/ a form.
performer with Rubins Lit quintet Liebowit*
played with three different AHA team- lasl seas ;
traded to a fourth club. New Orleans, in the ofl
Seven fooler Dave New mark, now w.th the Chicago B -
of the NBA. is working on a three year no-cut coni
.. The University of Florida is expecting big tl
from 6-10 All-America center Neal Walk. A produ.
Miami Beach High School. Walk led the nation
bounding last season and was loth in the scoring Hi
everything a center needgood hands, height, spei
Mlity and an excellent hook shot. I believe Neal wi
down as one of the fines, .enter- ever to play in
booth, says Gator coach Bartletl
Steve Chubin of the Los Angele- Stars pumped
points HI a lo-.ng effort against the Oakland Oaks
Larry Browns play ,- keeping the oaks ... fir-t place
some help from Rick Barry when Rudy LaH
cored 22 points in a recent garni against the I
Suns he broke the 10.000-poinl barrier for a cai
vtoiph Schayes was reappointed supervisor ol NBA
Mate: veteran Mend} Rudolph was named to the n,
created post of chief ol referees Woody Kinsbrunmr
vix.se uncle is Mac Kinsbrunner of St. John- is a ne
referee in the NBA Barry Kramer, former NY! VI
America, ha- completed his work at Union Coll.
......i pr A|.,r[ Rosman vjcc presidtnt .,,, .,
secretary i the Miami Floridlans of the ABA. also s<
a- the team doctor.
Between You gd Me: By BORIS SMOLAR
C J F W F A Growing Famih
I HE GENERAL ASSEMBLY of
the Council of Jewish Pel
erations and Welfare funds, winch
recently took place in Atlanta, dis-
Jnguished itself in many reepects
What attracted my attention mosi
was the composition oi its i jog
delegates
The largest part of (he d, I,
Sn^;nPrC,;'>nfin" l"n"m,n:'1 'nutions in
than 800 communities-were newcomers to I
sembly. Probably 60 percent of these faces had
been seen before a, a CJFWF nation,,! gathering
and to me. fu, was the best proof availab
'"-re-, '" Jewish communal activities,; ,;
Another encouraging fact was the presence f
more young people at the Atlanta five,, n eo.in
han at pr,vl0Us avseml)lu.s J g
CJFWF program of developing young leaders,,,
Pr0Thrc^WF>AWH11,!,rOUgh^ ,h" nrv
The CJFWF Assembly is like a growing farmlj.
With each Assembly, taking place once a rear each
yeai in a different city-the number of delegates
grows An I one can feel a kind of family r,
Spirit at the gathering There l| an atmosphere not
on y of common interests prevailing at the parlev
but al-o of elose personal friendship
At the Atlanta gathering, the largest on CJFWF
"/'"" 'he problems discussed reflected all phases
oi Jewish communal life in this country. The will
to strengthen Jewish life in all its aspects was fell
aurmg the ineday deliberations The will to pro
viae maximum aid to Israel and to other Jewish
eon,n>nities oversea, was similarly felt.
As coi.Id have Ix'en expected, the question of
naming the Jewish college \outh was one of the
major questions discussed in depth. So was the ques-
""' "I Negro-Jewish reiat.ons The situation U1
Israel received a good deal of attention at the ses-
sions, a- did the needs of Jews in Europe and in
North Africa.



Friday, December 6. 1968
f.Jmistfhrl&ton
Reunion In Russia
Honors Jews Who
Survived Sobibor
WASHINGTON (.ITA) The So-
viet Embassy released this week
a lengthy account by the official
Novosti News Agencj of a reunion
of Jewish survivors ol the l!4.'f re-
volt at the Sobibor death camp in
Poland which, Novosti said, was
!ield at Rostov-on-Don, the home of
Alexander Pechersky, leader oi the
uprising.
According to the Novosti corre-
spondent, Pyotr Yashchenko, only
five Jewish survivors were located
in the So\ iei Union. But the ac-
count mentioned that "14 of the
survivors were now living in Israel
and on behalf of his friends at-
tending the reunion, .Mr Pecher
skj sent them a warm letter."
it was the first mention in re-
cent memorj by an official Soviet
news agency that did not refer to
l>rael negatively and that went out
of it, waj to point out that Jews
and resident, of Israel were rebels
against Nazi tyranny, Previous So
viet propaganda has always sought
t<> obscure the fact of Jewish re-
sistance.
Paqe S-C
Mis Eva Blum (left) and Mrs. Miriam Press discuss plans
for the annual dinner of the Jewish National Fund to be
held Sunday evening, at the Fontainebleau Hotel. Herman
Weisman. JNF national president, and Gen. S. L. A. Mar-
shall will address the dinner which will honor Joseph
Cohen, past president, and Nathan Darsky.
1,000 Expected For
JNF Annual Dinner
Some 1,000 persons are expected
to attend the annual dinner ol the
lev.i-h National Fund, which will
Id at the Fontaim bleau 11 .tel
Sun ':i\ ,-\ ening.
Among those participating in
the program will be the
pre-,dent ol the Jewish National
Fund of America, Herman I.
nan, Dr Irving Lehrman,
Miami Beach Mayor Jaj Dermer!
Metro Mayor "Chuck" Hall, Con-
gressman Dante li Fascell
pie Emanu Kl president Joseph
Cohen, and Rabbi Mayer Abt
witz, of Temple Menorah
A special Feature ol the evening
'" '"' 'he presentation of the
John F Kennedy Peace Av ard to
Joseph Cohen bj Mr. Weisman.
Miami Beach philanthropist Na
than Darsk> will also be one id the
honorees
An eye witness account of the
Six Day War in Israel will be given
by Cen. S. I.. A. Marshall. IS
military analyst
Mr. Weisman will ,,
report on the accomplishme its
and future program of the .lew <
National Fund in Israel
"ne oi the reports that vill be
-'I inteie.-t to those attending will
me dealing with the future
MeAmi, Israel, the settlement
Kd bj M.e .lews oi Greater
mi Once a border settleme
MeAmi is now an outpost in the
ccnicr of manj Ar ib settlements,
and i- considered of great impor-
tance l'ir the future secioitv of
l.rael
Morton Towers Discussion
The fall series of discussion- i-j
now underwaj at Morton Towers,
meeting every Wednesday ti mi
1(1 ;. m. until noon in the card room
ol the South Building
Each week a different spea er
discusses a timely and provocative
subject, and an open forum ex-
change <>l vieus follows
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MRS. WILLIAM WYNN
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MR. JOHN S. KNIGHT
Put -. i Herald
GENE BRAMBLETT IV
w.'Jt...', > ,sr. Oil
THESE FOUR HAVE A STAKE IN OUR CULTURAL FUTURE. DO YOU?
T.!C riRST THREE HAVE GIVEN TO
THE GREATER MIAMI PHILHARMONIC FUND.
WITHOUT THIS FUND, THE NATIONS
T......ST FINE ORCHESTRA WOULD CEA?~.
MR. LOMBARD GIVES THE LUSTRE OF BRILLIANCE,
BUT MUST HAVE YOUR HELP.
WONT YOU JOIN THESE TOUR,
AND HAVE A STAKE IN OUR CULTURAL FUTURE?
GKLAlIFs MIAMI PHILHARMONIC
AUAMULOK1DA
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LEGAL NOTICE
+Jewish fkrMHan
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA
No 6* '7238
NOTfCE. BY PUBLICATION
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 80754
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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"First, eat, eat, my childthen we'll talk."
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
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NOTICE IS HEItEIIY UIVKN Dial
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LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH Ji_OICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
SL IT FOR DIVORCE
No. 68-17112
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1 you maj huvi ugalnsl Ihi miff* attorney, SIDNEY EKKON- Cnurlhousi In Dado
MAIAENA \ li'l'. i|:i.\ S";J. M >>'.K 1-1 Avenue, S12 Ainsley within -i\ ralendnr month'
K !. .-. .iv.-.l late of l>:nl. Countv, Hulldliig, Miami, Klorlda 33132 and Urn. nf thi firm publication hertol n
lo Ihi fount) Judges ..I I lad.
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1 IN AND FOR CADE COUNTY
' FLORIDA IN PHGBATE
No. 8114?.C

HAI/iVITS!
.ML-" VEL MICHAELS
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1. the time of tht- fn.i i.uiiii. .1'i,.ii the Mill of fomplalnt.
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N.-vemtier, .\ 11 IMS '" 1I,|; JEWISH ri.n|;i| 11 am.
M.KENZIE N UIKIKB Df)XB AND <>IU>KRBD .11 Miami,
Aa Bxecutor '.....* thin 8th da) of November
publication of this notice on A,v ,98S
' ii day i.f November, 1968
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PHOBATE
No. 81095-C
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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KIDNEY BKRI >N8< N
8 Miami, Klorlda 33132
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
Case No. 6818?t0
NOTICE OF SLIT FOR DIVORCE
imi "ill hi barred
laleil .11 Miami Klorlda, thin 12th
l.i) ..I Novi nil., r, A 11 1968
M AKVIN MICH M'.l S
HANNAH M Cl >HAN '
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T-'ir-i publleation of ihi- noli. on ihe
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HBRNSTEIN \ MH.I.Elt
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11/22-29 I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUPT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH="
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IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
No. 68-17266
NOTICE OF SUIT
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 78809-A
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NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
Ml (TICK 1- hereby (tlven that I havi
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
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IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
No 68 17655
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
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VOl! AKE HEItEIIY NKTIKIEII
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N11TI1 !: IS IIEKEHY (ilVEN
the irmlemliiiicd. ileslrliiR to enRaai
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NOTICE IM HEItEIIY UIVKN thai agalnat real and pertmnal property hu* THE SWINtiEII l.i.r.x.'.i: at |V:
, ii.. undersigned, desiring to engage In been filed against you m thi ..i--\ N.W, 119 St., Nortl illaml Intendi
business under the fictitious name nf I Court by Ihe Plaintiff, Hunk of Com- 1 register said 11....... with Ihe Clerl
PORT EVERU1.ADES SHIP SI'PPI.Y meree, a New York banking corpora- the Cin-uil Court ol I hide Coui
at :.7"l N W '".Hi Avenue, Miami, Pin- lion. Klorlda
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with the Clerk of ihe Circuit Court uf rlosed 1- as follows:
'. in..nd- Agumsl Said |.\\||.| crimi.K
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Itaili hum rlnrid notified that a Coinii
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lit i.NAI.ll I. HA VIS
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Tin- Vou. shall i.. puhlishi nm t
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weekn in the JEWISH KI-OKIIHAN
IHINE AMi (>miKKKI>, al Miami,
Kim Ida, this Nth day ol Ni venibei
K It I.EATHERMAN Clerk
Circuit Court D.i.i. Cou ty, Klorlda
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KNITBIl PCKVEYOHM, INC.
By: '.irl su-skni.i. Sei retury
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IIEIM t\ and CHARY
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Altorin ^ for Pi'litii
11/11-2; 29 I
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SECTION I'M!.....iirdint! In the
Plal thereof, recordeil In I'l.n Rook
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of I lade County, Kli
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
CTHE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
TVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No 68-17306
suit for divorce
1: Rosen,
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
notice is m:ui:m uiven n.
the Uiidi '
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l'H (NEHIt DEVKI H'MBNT iks
pliRATlKN, \ |.|:i. \ v\ \!:i: COR- HATED Ihi- :i 1l.1v
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Circuit I'ourl "i 11.nl. I'nuly, Klorid.l .
PIONEER DEVELOPMENT I!) N x IIEWETT
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KESSI Ell, MASSI.X
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COUR-
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 80952 C
In RE: Estate of
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 80988-B
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
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COUNTY IN CHANCERY
NO. 68-179J9
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
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IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 80937-A
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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He has a safe deposit box, ample savings, is fully insured, and his estate is in good order.
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But he is threatening his family's security.
He has not yet made his cemetery arrangements. Like other
important obligations, these arrangements must not be over-
looked. If left unattended, they could cause your family unneces-
sary emotional and financial strain. By planning ahead, these
arrangements can be made with a minimum of pressure. Prices
and services can be compared in a calm, rational manner, xnd
difficult decisions will not be left for the family to make when
are least prepared, financially and emotionally. If you have not
yet made your cemetery arrangements, we urge you to do so 1
Your family is certain to benefit.
5505 Northwest 3rd Street
LY JEWISH CEMtTERV
Phone MO 1-7693