The Jewish Floridian

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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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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>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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University of Florida
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^hanuhah Edition
'fcl,i*FIoridian
"plume 41 Number 50
J^i^j;. Friday, Dece^r ,, lnefT
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J. W.B. Brings Chanukah Ch^Tto ServiolZZ
NEW YORK Whon Chanukah
I., nis are kindl.nl at military
bosts all over the world, children
X'. Jewish servicemen on overseas
Juty with the U.S. armed forces
kill receive thousands of individ-
ually wrapped gift packages.
Through arrangements made as
tarty as last August by the Worn-
is Organizations' Services of the
National Jewish Welfare Board.
ItStS"!?!? I0C8J Rro""s hi the
' h? p s 8tarted Preparing
gifts to insure their arrival at
wely scattered destlnK? fi
"me for ( hanukah. JWB's Com-
n.iss,,,nonj,u,sh(,la|l|ain(
Armed Forces and Veterans Com-
:mun,ty Serves also spoarh^ded
these [dans.
The packages will be distribut-
|ed by Jewish chaplains at Chanu-
u L- "' te he,d duri"8 the
.fteh-day Festival of Lights? be-
ginning at sundown Sunday
.Peru, the Caroline Islands and
Chaplains will have "latke par- \?t ST, far "" |,l:u,s Ul1' als.....
ties at many installations for "8ntin8 Chanukah candles and
adults and special Chanukah pa.- v':" "'"K K'"s "'<'<''^'d from JWB's
lies for the children of their ,-e- "u'"'s Organizations Servic -
Kiesinger Warns Of
Global War Danger
Chanukah candleliKhting cere-
monies will be attended by Jewish
military personnel i Viet Nam ~~~ **"
Srth !'falV- Gcrnian>'- Tl,rk..v:,k'',,"VS,'h",,IS a"'' Wi" <'onduct Chanukh gifts, menorahs can-
North Africa, the Aleutian Is-
lands, major Pacific islands and
:all other overseas and domestic
areas where Jewish mm are sta-
, ~....."' uuci KuiuKan girts, menorahs can-
lestival observances in veterans '"''s and decorations have been
sent to the 17 ISO clubs in Viet
hospitals.
: NN IJTA) West German
llor Kurt Georg Kiesinger
irned this week that "any war
the Middle East carries in it-
i I the danger of becoming a
irld war" and that whether ii
il or did not "depended on that
riddle, will the Soviet Union
the risk or will Moscow re-
mit from action? Russia has al-
vs left the way open to pull '
k when a general war seemed
ninent," he added.
l.i an exclusive interview with
[red Wolfmann. the Jewish Tel-
I Agency's West German
indent, the Chancellor de-
|red he had ,, doU| ,,,at ,,.
ing Middle Bast crisis
he viewed in the context of I
opened in Czechoslovakia
I new Soviet foreign policy
ly to a question about the
ival build-up in the Medi-
an, the Chancellor said, It
ssible to know what the
- have in min ai- that their relationship
' ia has changed."
llor Kiesinger emphasi ed
normalization of
rt West Get mj and
Jews Blast
Uquittal Of
Xazi Judge
:i.IN (JTA) A West Ber-
- acquittal of a former
who pronounced death
on 250 political prison-
and 1944 has aroused
protest hen-. The ex-
Joachim Kehse. who
i one of Hitlers no
Peoplei Court! during
'" II. waS freed by Judge
n Oake on grounds he
carrying out the laws ,,i
p,n'! Galinski, chairman of the
"' Berlin Jewish community,
: the judgment was 'the
i aii,,. |olu delivered by a Ger-
'-' since 1945." An official
German Interior Min-
v'"l il would lie hard for
abroad to understand why
'" "nan court! today were
f*>" "I handling cases in-
< judiciary which had been
Continued on Pe.l* 9 A
any Arab state would not be at
Israels expense. "It is premature
for Germany to offer herself as a
mediator between Israel and the
Aral) states, but we would not
miss a chance to mediate if it
offered itself tons that would be
a mission we would gladly ac-
cept."
Dr. Kiesinger said relations be-
tween West Germany and Israel
Continued on Page 15-A
_ iNam and Thailand to bring the
Jewish Peace Corps volunteers holiday feeling to the Jewish men
aervlnglnthe Philippines, Nigeria, Idurina their .Lure hours
NIXON'S MIDEAST POLICY
Go v. Scranton
Reports Back
CJMNCfUM KltSIHGtR
Israeli Physicians Perform
Firs! Hear! Transplant
TKL AVIV \ team of six
doctors at Beilinson Hospital in
Petach Tikvah have earn.
Israel's first heart transplant
the lDOth m the world.
The condition of the n cipii nt,
Yitzhak Sulam. 41. a Jaffa
clerk and fathi r of lour who im-
migrated from All i i ia in 1948,
continues to tx itisfai ry, the
hospital said.
[N THIS ISSUE
A!-oo 4-A Ol.ituary .-3.B
Bar Mitzvahs 10B People-Places 6B
Book Review 15A RealEstate 20-21B
Candlighting IOC Cohen 4.A Sermon 10- C
Dining 8-9B Synagogues IOC
Editorials 4.A Torah 10-C
Engagem'tt 8-B TV 10-c
Features 16-B Weddings 18-B
Lehman 18B Woman's
World 5-B
Prof Monis Lovl, 12, head ol
the hospital's eh, si surgery de-
partment, was the duel of the
Israeli team which performed the
3'j-hour o\ erati in. He was a
Minnesota Medical School .lass-
mate of Dr. Christian X. Ban ard,
who |>erformed the first heart
tra splanl in Capetown, South
Afi iea. a year ago.
lardic i"hi. ; R ibbi Yitzhak
NLssim hailed the Israeli achieve-
ment, sayin I pray the trans-
planted hi art will take and the
patient will n cover to the glory
and honor ol Israeli physicians."
There is some question at
1 rthodox rabbinate concern-
ing the Torah prohibition against
desecration ol the dead and its re-
lationship to heart transplants.
The identity of the donor of the
heart is a mystery, and hospital
authorities have kept it a closelv
guarded secret. Press reports that
the donor was a traffic accident
victim gave rise to claims from
at Last three families that the
donor was their relalive.
JERUSALEM (JTAl William
w. scranton, President-elect Rich-
ard M. Ni.xn's persona) fact-
finding envoy to the Middle Kast
this week conferred with Foreign
Minister Abba Kban and was later
received by Prime Minister I.evi
l-shkol. Mr. Scranton also met
with Palestinian Arab leaders at
the U.S. Consulate here.
A Foreign Ministry spokesman.
David Rivlln, told reporters that
Mr. Scranton had conveyed to Mr.
Kban Mr. Nixon's desire to study
the problems of the area and Is-
rael's view ,,i them. Mr. Ebar, gave
a detailed account of Israel's posi-
tion, emphasizing its inslstei
a lasting peace reached through
an agreement with hei
which would also estab ish a
boundaries. He reportedly stn ss. d
Israel's willingness to ex
evi i> possible means for |>eaec but
said that no corn s]
had been demonstrated by Eg
which refuses to enter into a seri-
ous discussion Of the issues ,-. |at.
Ing to peacei Soviel penetration
into the Mediterranean was also
reportedly discussed.
According to reliable sour. -.
Mr Scranton made a point ol tell-
ing Mr. Kban that Mr. Nixon......s
not feel bound by any statements
ol policy made by anyone in the
present Administration, in,:
President Johnsono and the State
Department. While Mr. Sera
reportedly belli
I in policy will n<
not explain the statement
he has made in several Aral.
i nt lour i
Middle East and related to
n< wsmi n at the Allenby Bridg.
that the United States "will
a more i ven-han led po
Continued on Page 10-A
New Restrictions Imposed
On Occupied Territories
JERUSALEM I JTAl Si vere
r. si ii,lions ol vehicular traffic be-
tween the occupied territorii and
Israel proper, with the aim of re-
ducing the chances ol explosives
and other sabotage material being
smuggled into Israel in trucks.
buses or ears from the Wesl Bank,
went into effect this week. It is
b. Ilcved that the explosives that
killed 12 persons in Jerusalem's
Machne Yehuda market recently
VAN EYCK PAINTING USED
Groups Protest Christmas Stamps
NEW YORK (JTAl The
American Jewish Congress and
othi r croups are protesting the
issuance of Christmas postage
stamps with religious themes, put-
ting the Federal government, thej
sax', in the role of supporting a
religion, in violation of the separa
tion of church and stale, guaran-
teed by the First Amendment to
the Constitution.
The Ann rii an Jew ish Cot
has direeted Hs protest s;lerilical-
lv to tins year's Christmas stamp.
which shows a detail ol 'The An-
nunciation." a painting by the 15th
Century Flemish master, Jan Van
Eyck that hangs in the National
Gallery of Art in Washington. An-
other group, Americans United for
Separation of Church and State,
has a suit pending in Federal Dis-
trict Conn over the 1966 and 1967
Christmas stamps showing details
from the Mans Memling painting,
"Madonna and Child with Angels."
The AJCongress, in a letter to
Postmaster General W. Marvin
Watson, noted that when Christ-
mas stamps were first introduced
iii 1962, they contained such "rela-
tiv. ly innocuous" designs as holly
wreaths. But the Van Eyck paint-
ing, the AJCongress maintained.
celebrates the "dogma of the Vir-
Continued on Page 7-A
I in by
Che kpoit Is ,. ,,. i, ,..
tablishcd on all entrj poii ts |0
Isra the West Bank
the Gaza Strip and the issu n
"' Passes as n Irastically cur-
tailed. Ev< n traffic from Kast Je-
rusalem t,, the u.st, m sector ol
the city must stand inspection.
Buses are permitted to use \v, -i
Jerusalem streets, but private cars
and taxis are banned from passing
through Wesl Jerusalem enroute
between I In Wesl Bank and F
| Jerusalem. In addition to their oe-
lants' travel permits, all ve-
hicles must have special pern Is,
The travel peimits now will b.
issued on a very limited basis, and
only trust, d dignitaries" cler-
gymen and some Arab officials
and spciilie.l drivels of vehicles
carrying citrus oi othi r produce
to loading ports in Israel, will be
given permanent passes. Arabs en-
I tering Israel on business will be
issued passes lor only one day and
will required to adhere strictly
I to the route oi travel specified in
their permits. No travel permits
will be issued except for business
purposes, unless the traveler uses
Continued on Page 14-A


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Friday, December 1"
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Dr. Lehrman Heads
UJA Rabbinic Effort
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, national
chairman of the United Jewish
Appeal Rabbinic Advisor} Coun-
cil, i^ in New York City tins week-
end to participate in the annual
United Jewish Appeal leadership
conference at the Ni >v York Hil-
ton Hotel.
Tin- rabbi of Temple Rmanu-EI,
Miami Beach, will preside over a
special Sunday session of the na-
tional Rabbinic Advisory Council,
at Which he will report on the
t icccssful efforts of the nation's
rabbis and synagogues during the
]%s regular and emergency cam-
ns for the United Jewish Ap-
; a
A cross-section of the nation's
leading rabbis, from all parts of
the United Stales, will attend the
DalVs 'AliyaV On
Display At Judea
In celebration of the "Festival
mi-." the Beaux Arts group
ol i mpli Judea w ill hold the |
opei ing ol its firs! exhibit of the
yi a at 8 p.i Dec. 19,
at the mpli > Blvd.,
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"1
Gal
Ner Tarn id Gianukah Fete
ill N nid 1
I at 10 a.m.
S la in thi Sklar Au litorium
< : li Scv< ral Chanukah
b will i>e prea nted by the
children ol different grades,
plenary session at which Dr. Lehr-
man will outline the challengi s
presi nted by the unprecedented
1969 Israel Emergency Fund to i' '
launched at this weekend's eon- '
clave,
Thursday night he was to par-1
ticipate in the opening session of I
the conference along with Israel I
Ambassador Yitzhak Kabin and '
former Supreme Court justice Ar- '
1 thur Goldberg, who was United
States Ambassador to the United]
Nations,
Saturday night, Dr. Lehrman
aiII take part in the principal
banquet of the historic conference,
together with Gen. Moshe Dayan.
Israel's -Minister of Defense, a
hero of Israel's triumphs over the
armed forces of the Arabs.
"Cur country's rabbis and syna-
;ues and temples will have to
qual and indeed surpass their
omnipotent role in the June, 1967,
Israel Emergency Fund effort if
>\e are to achieve the new goals
which will iw set. I know that
they shall not be found warn
and that together we will attain
succi lid Rabbi I.< hrman,
'.vim is serving ins second succes-
y< ar as nati tirman of
the Rabbinic Advisor) Council.
National vie pi if the
I \ rica
: ol i ho (li' ater
ii J. u ish Fedi ra1 ion, I >r.
i.i hrman tw ii was i cneral ch
the Combii i I Ji w ish Ap-
:i.
ISRAELIS DEFENDED THEIR
LAND AND LIVES...
STAND BEHIND THEM .
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U. S. Military E^rTPrTdi^Tl^^
Hold Occupied Arab Territories Indefinitely
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GIN. SAMUIL I. A MARSHALL
Self-Instruction Is
Studied By Bureau
Bureau i Jew ish Kdtica-
aking of I r\ in -
1 hi. i for Si li Ii struct ion,
' "i Hi'- educational
ilivisioi ol the Dado
iuntj Board ol Public Ins true-
lent the educational di-
i "i new approaches, making
lucation machines, tapi s,
ii| other educational tle\ ices
Thi Bureau stafi and the Jew Ish
mel recentlj with Pa
magrt >l the Centi r
- i-Ins!i uction for three si -
-. to siiiiiy possible approach-
to individual instruction, with
lar refi rence to the ti
of phoni tic 11 -ii i m
. Plotts Mill :n >t T icsda
si li cted stall members ol
'i wish schools to att< mp( to
n an approach to i nonet ic
using the "Language
isti r a teaching mai :
itruction
program is being intro
ei ii bj Louis Schwartzmnn, ex-
director ol the Bun
Rabbi Joseph E. Racfcovsky
Phone JE 1-3595
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'' v i shall, a
pss al th ant u tl
lewish National Fut d Council
" '" .-'ii r Miami th it ful
warfare was
dnei i ith I ypt nor Ji
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National Pui
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Jeuuvuucce
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alizi I from the lossi
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il v ho made ai in Hi d increased efforts
"i the 1967 Arab- parl ol l\S .'
lat Israel |ha|
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At a briefing of the 1969 Combined Jewish
Appacl Israel Emergency Fund's Sou:h
Beach leadership are. rrom left, Arthur S.
Rosichan, Greater Miami Jewish Federation
executive director; Henry Caro, vice chair-
man, South Beach Division; Abraham
Grunhut, chairman and William Schussel,
vice chairman.
South Beach Leaders Are Named
' li South
ich Division of the Greater
:! Ji m ish l ti( ration's L969
I' ii i d Jew i- Vpp< b -Isi
Fun i campaign w is
inci d bj R> ibert Russell, (he
ration's campaign chairman.
Abraham Grunhut, chairman,
\ ice chain Henrj Caro
; Wi iam Si .-- 1 will hi ad
the South Beach Division oi the
Combined Jewish Appeal with
-all responsil ility for the var-
Israelite Center School
the I
present
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is fi ilk organ i/alions ick Fi
md hot. Is within the area. ]|jn M
The eight rabbis from the So I \y ...
h area will be invited to
serve as an council I
this division.
R i-
Leadership for the folk organi-
zations will include Sam Cohen.
Leon Kaufman, Jacob Goldsmith.
Ben Heller, Jacob Javitz, Jacob
VVeinstock, Dr, Abraham Wolfson
Mrs. Celia Ackerman, Mrs R
Iv n k. M.-u- Chancey an I
Port now.
< I miinium leadership w
dude Juli isNa i fayshie Frieil-
.. Rev. Max W eiss Ru lolph
Freed Mrs. s Lipahit Wi
Arbi : Lo tis Kaplan, l sh Id R i-
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Cuban Bond Dinner To Honor Ariolfo Kates
mer of State on behai..........,..... ...........'.' '"'l'"1" *olf Shalkov.ch. Boruch Shames, iamin Volp Sam Weint
Groups Rap
Christmas
Stamp Issue
Continued from Page 1-A
Kin birth. Bj Issuing such a stamp,
the* government sets a prooodont
foi ';'..i_- its power ami prostiKo to
supporl the relebration of a re-
ligious holiday This amounts to
Kovernmonl supiwrt of specific re-
h in It as oven w hen those idi as
are antithetical to the religious
i" liefs of others." the AJCongresS
itei hargod.
.". deral District Court last
i efuscri to hear the caa
bj ih Vmeri ans Unit rl
up but was subsequently over-
i li .1 by the L'nit<.! States < "ourt
n! Appi als Siwkesmen for f 11
group Raid that Bonding sectarian
symbols through the mails into
private homes "pins the way for
putting such symbols in public
buildii gs.
Stamp proponents have called
the charges "ridiculous" and insist
that the themes for the Christmas
stamps were selected for their
i.itisik validity, not their religious
content. However, opponents say
t ii iiostage stamp size reproduc-
i s ol great paintings have little
artistic \aln<-
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kah Dinner <>r State on b hall ol
Israel Bonds, to be held at the
Fontaim bleau Hotel s inda> the
' ol Chanukah. Isaac Sil-
11 i berg Is chairman ol the event.
I.-raci's envoy to Mexic i. Am-
lor Abraham Darom. will be
the gu< si speaker, and i- expected
'" deliver a major message in
Spanish.
Cn this occasion Don Adolfo
Kates, venerable leader ol the
Cuban Jewish colony and one of
the founders ol the Israel bond
endeavor in Latin America, will
l- honored, receiving the State of
Israel Freedom Medallion in rec-
| ognition of a lifetime ol service to
Israel and humanity.
in major cities ol Israel, Europe,
l-'1"11 America and the United
Stati s, will entertain.
"' 'dii preparations for thi
undei the chairmanship of
Vl Sill are Rabbi Do\ Ro-
sencwaig honorarj chairman; co-
chairmen Naum Rosencwaig and
BenjaminTerner; EJoruch Shan* s,
secretary; Noel Shapiro, vice sec-"
rotary; l.eiha Garmi/.o, treasurer;
Luis Terner. vice In asurer; Sen-
(li r M. Kaplan and Herman II. is-
ler, honorary vice chairmen; Eva
Baisman, Samuel Galfond, Salo-
mon Lucki, Simon Shaftal. Sendt r
Wolson and Aron Yukon, vice
chairmen: Mom- Berenthal, Ra-
' S Herman Smolar- S. nder Wolson, Xroi Yukei 91
ctk, Benjamin rerner, Luis Terner, Sergio Zelcei
*.. (iiim i I1 H I I. I r. I i ..................<.,,.- i ii,,i, liil-
Chairman Silberbi rg indicated (|1"'' Gherscovici, Gershon Kriger,
that the dinner will be a festive '''"" Schuster and Benjamin Vol-
occasion, in celebration ol Chanu- '"' coordinating committee.
kah and Israel's 20th anniversary Tn Committee of Patron-Hosts
Exhibition Of Oils
At Both Shalom
A husband and wife team uiii
present a pri riew of then first
joint exhibition of oil paintings at
the Lowe-Levinson Art Gallery of
T mple Beth Sholom from I io 6
p.m. Sunday, according to an an-
nouncement made by Mrs. David
Drucker, chairman of the Temple's
Fine Arts Committi e,
The works of Nona Bi nzak and
her husband, Ernesto Garcia, both
of whom studied at the Art Insti-
tute of Miami, m ill be on \ i. u in
the Gallery until Jan. 2.
Viewing hours are from 9 a.m.
to 5 p.m. on weekdays and Sunday
mornings from 9 o'clock until
include the Messrs. and Mesdames
Bernardo Bones, James Boron-
thai, Morris Berezdivin, .lack
Chester, Carlos Feldman, Abra-
ham Fish, Samuel Galfond, Leiba
Garmi/o, Manuel Garmizo, Charles
Gherscovici. Moreno Habif, Hit-
man Hoisler, Sender M Kaplan.
Gershon Kriger. Harry Kuper,
Moisrs Levin, Salomon Lucki, Ja-
cobo Mat/. Paula Maizer, Naum
Rozencwaig, Morris Salk. Lazaro
Sapoznik, Loon Schuster. Govse>
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Friday. December 13, jggg
Temple Beth Am Marks 13th Year
RABBi HtRBERT BAUMGARD
Sonic 500 members of Temple
Beth Am will celebrate the L3th
year of Dr. Herbert Baumiiard's
service to their congregation and
the synagogue'a 13th anniversary
m a Bar Mltzvah Anniversary
dinner-dance Saturday night at
the Sheraton Four Ambassadors
Hotel.
A champagne reception at 7 p.m.
uill preci de the S p.m. banquet,
anting to Alan B. Kessler,
chairman of the gala functioi al
Pi i icipal speak i at the ''-I i
will be Dr. Paul M. Steinberg,
Kabhi Baumgard To Be
Honored For Leadership
abbi HerlKMt M. Hailing i rl
i .ritual leader of Temple Beth
.-. i, has achieved recognition
i tughout the United Slates for
hn leadership in the growth of the
S th Dade congregation during
i;- first 13 years of existence.
The Union of American Hebrew
c gregations Invited him in 1963
t write the ixiok. "Judaism and
! ayer." barely a year after he
11 ied his doctorate. Frequently
li ited to speak at universities
a:. : colleges throughout the coun-
try, he is currently presenting a
- es i>f lectures at the Univer-
sil of Miami in addition to ap-
ing as a frequent guest on
nnel 2's popular television se-
"Man to Man.*'
A past president of the Rabbini-
Association ol Greater Miami.
en a live ir: the
i!i hi th< South Florida Fed-
lion of the UAHC, which he
ed as director for the first
i e years hi was at Beth Am.
entlj bei if the 1 >ade
i n i;. Comn initv Relations
Board, Rabbi Baumgard also is
serving as a director of the Eco-
nomic Opportunity Board of Dade
County. He has been a member of
the Hade County Youth Advisory
Board as well as the Citizens Ad-
visory Board of the City of Miami
In the Jewish community, he
serves as a mcmlier of the lx>ard
of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration, Die YM-YWHA of Greater
Miami. American Jewish Commit-
tee, and the Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith.
Among the unusual programs
developed by the rabbi in his years
with the congregation are the
Chanukah candlelight service, the
S'Lichot midnight service, and the
monthly family worship service.
He has also written creative wor-
ship services which have been pre-
-i nted at the national biennial
meetings of Reform congregations.
Rabbi Baumgard's wife, Selma.
also has been active In the con-
gregation, among other things
sirving as musical advisor to the
temple's choir.
dean and professor of human re-
lations and education at the New
York school of the Hebrew Union
College Jewish Institute of Re-
ligion. It. Steinberg also serves as
a consultant to industry and man-
men! and Municipal and State
Civil Service Commissions He has
lectured in programs concerned
with executive development con-
ducted by the Department of De-
fense and the American Man i
meiit Assi ciation. !! Is a | rofes-
sional ass ciati with B.F.S Psy-
chology al ASSOC :.il! s of Nl w York.
The i anq highlight ol a
$450,000 capital funds campaign
now u. | rogress, with J. William
Baros as gem ral chairman and
Dr, Maxwi II Dam r sp i ial
chairman.
Temi le president f> org* Malin
Is working closely with Mr. Kess-
ler, a past president of Temple
Beth Am. and Mr. Baros and their
respective committees in coordin-
ating plans for the most signifi-
cant' (ftnner-danee m the history | addition of new admini
of the fast-growing congregation. f:ces and more iwrman. ;iN
the sanctuary.
Th.' campaign is raising funds
for six new. large classrooms, a David Light, one
new library, the remodeling of the movers in the growi
offices of the two rabbis and the South Hale Reform i
cantor, remodeling of the kitchen, is honorary chairmai :
enclosing >>f the choir loft, and the dinner-dance.
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Jews Blast Acquittal Of Nazi Judge
Continued from Paga 1-A
Adm.ral Shlcmo Erell. center. Commander-in-chief of Israel's
Navy, and Rabb, Mayer Abramowitz of Temple Menorah
congratulate Juhus J. Rosen, left, nationally prominent bus,-
MM leader who with his brother. Leonard, founded the
Guj: American Corp.. after he received the Israel Prime
Ministers Medallion in recognition of his services to the
State of Israel at the Menorah-Israel Dinner of State for
Israel bonds.
Higher Bounties Urged For IS axis
BUENOS AIRES (JTA> Rep
resentatives of Jewish victims of
Nazism presented West German
Foreign Minister Willy Brandt this
week with a petition urging the
eancelation of the statute of limi
tation- on Nazi war crimes and
calling on the Bonn authorities to
make stronger efforts to find two
major Nazi war criminalsMartin
Bormann. who was Hitler's deputy,
and Josef Mengele, the 'death
camp doctor at Auschwitz Both
men. the petition said, are hiding
out in :i South American country
It suggested that if West Germany
increased the reward for their cap-
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The petition was presented to
Mr. Brandt, here on an official
visit, by Jose Moskovits, president,
and Abraham Dereczynski. secre-
tary of the association of Nazi vic-
tims in Argentina which has about
20.000 members.
"debased to a point whore it was
an instrument of terror."
Mayor Karl Schuetz of West
Berlin said he ho|>ed that an ap-
peal against the verdict would be
allowed and that another court
would administer justice. Bert
Even, chairman of the Bundestag
(Lower House) interior commit-
tee, and member of Chancellor
Kurt Georg Kiesinger'a Christian
Democratic Union, declared i
the decision was "infuriating be-
cause ii hicks any trace of legal
spirit."
Judge Oske based his acquittal
leclsion on an earlier ruling bj
West Germany's Federal Court
that judgi s could not be convicti I
of having deliberately manipulat-
ed the law "ii they were blinded
by the Nazi Ideology ami legal phi-
losophy of the time." While the
verdicts of the Peoples Courts are
inhuman by present standards, he
said, in wartime Germany the
maintenance of security was of
highest importance. The persons
sentenced by Judge Rehse were
convicted of making "defeatist"
statements and cracking jokes
about Nazi leaders or talking to
friends critically about the Nazi
] regime.
Meanwhile four former SS offi-
cers went on trial in Stuttgart
this week for the 1943 murder of
530 Jewish slave laborers whom
I they had forced to exhume and
burn the bodies of 33.000 Jews
massacred by the Nazis in the
Babi Yar ravine in the Ukraine
two years earlier. The purpose of
the exhumations was to destroy
evidence that might lx- discovered
by advancing Russian armies. The
accused are Mans Sohns, 62, Fritz
Zietlow, 66, Ernst Helsgott, 57, a
former police commissar in Dus-
seldorf. and Fritz Kirstein. 60, The
trial is expected to last until the
end of the month, and 27 wit-
nesses will be heard.
The prosecution charged that
the defendants, members of the
special SS task force iv-.v super-
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Friday, December 13, 1968
Guv. So ran ton
Reports On
Mideast Trip
Continued from Page 1-A
in the Middle East when the
Nixon Administrate tak< s office
k\ month, He reportedly toll
'' Rban his duty was to report
To the President-elect and he was
ind i<> Btudj problems ;it the
iss-roots li vol. w itho it bi Inj
I bj pas) policj.
The former governor <>i ivnn-
ylvania s;iid tht- I'nlted States
would show no favoritism in the
future toward an) nation lie-
eause "it had to consider the
feelinKS ol all nations in Hit'
Middle East ami not favor one
over tin' other." In replj to a
reporter's question, li<- said he
did not think ('it- I niiiil States
is siiuw in- favoritism at present.
i >w injg in the ban on vehi
ii ,,u from Jordan to the Wi si
Hank ill Scran ton entered Israi l
\i.-i the Alii nb.. Bi id which he
sse i on foot I le had ronferre !
\\ ith Kins Hi i ither Jor-
iai officials it Amman m I
wiih Rgyptian Pii siilent A' di I
mal N isa r iri ('aini md \h
visited Iran. Saudi Arabia ami
Ix'banon Hi
that he was encotn
isits in the Aial
, l|VSS i \ >-
ha I said that I
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: \\ i "verj o
- ol i n i- ibli
-i settli i and I
A al looki il forward I
Amerii n Mid I
cj although their \ lews \\i i
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Vi cording to reports from Am-
Kii Hussein hail indicated
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Jack S. Popick, right, president of the South Florida Division,
discusses Miami's participation in the American Friends of
the Hebrew University with Ambassador Avraham Harman,
president of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and Mrs.
Popick. who is chairman of the Woman of the Year luncheon
scheduled for Dec. 20.
that one change he wanted was
resumption of military aid m Jor-
ilai which would ease pressure
on him to seek assistance from
the Soviet Union in evening the
arms I alance with Israel. King
Hussein is said to have toid Mr.
Scianton that hi' considered the
Isiaeli air raid on Iraqi military
sili .i ii dan an atti mpt to
topple him from his throne, rather
n : fisal. He said Israel
i spoi sible for the Iraqi
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; md ihe incursions of com-
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A i idio broadcast front Beirut
iblic a note that was de-
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BB Presents Flags
To New Americans
The South Florida Council of
B'nai B'rith Lodgi s is disl lj
7<)<> American flagi t>> new! in-
ducted citizens. The B'i ai B'rith
project is carrii d '>ri year-i
by Irving Matlin, state chairman
hi civic and veterans affairs,
Ins assistant, Manui I Sussman,
both "i whom are members of
the Corai Gables Lodge ol B'nai
B'rith.
+JeHlst)fhrM/an
Cohen
Continued from Page 4-A
'ii'>k ai ;i predic ion made re-
rentlj bj a Harvard medical a ministrator which you may have
overlooked. "I see the lime eom-
when persons w i I
join a li<> -i as Ihej now
join a ehun W lal does he
! < '.r< ati i- Miami
hospital acl i\ itj is in tter than
.1 lining the S3 and gives
a meaning to Ihe procedure
winch the Harvard administrator
didn't rea'ly inti rid.
When hi moved to Boston, he
hi ;i letter from Ins church
to one in his new pity, and
ioined, 'Now. wheni ver we neeil
:i funeral or a wedding we know
where to bo-" Except for the
joining part, he could jusl as well
be a Jew,
The main thrust of his pro-
posal is that in the future, when
people move from city to city,
they should i' able to join a
hospital in the same manner but
not for the same reasons, we
presume, since the funeral bit
would tend to inhibit hospital
membership just as the worship
bit tends to inhibit joining the
synagogue.
Revolutionary synagogue ori-
ented leaders and guilt-ridden
Jewish hospital administrators
might very well be able to make
a shiddact) .that would l'<> far
tow aid resomng some of the dif-
ferences winch are disturbing
them. Congregations with bas-
ketball courts and swimming
pools have challenged the YMIIA
and the igogue schools have
eliminated the Talmud Torahs of
> i st< i year.
Just a thought to contribute
to Ihe discussion and one we
ri il i plan to push very hard.
But il n have 1 lapt 1st Hos-
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Beach. .Indue Lebowitz is a past
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Harry Kimbal), mi mbi r .
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MR. AND MRS. RUBY
Winter Day Camps
Offered By YMHA
A winter day camp for young-
sters from kindergarten through
the sixth grade will be held at
th YM-VWHA of Greater Miami.
8500 SW 8th St.. from Dec. 23
through Dec. 27. according to Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Mallah. day camp
committee chairmen.
A sjK'cial trip program for boys
and girls of junior high school age
is also being offered during this
same period.
The North County Y will also
conduct a winter day camp for
boys and girls, grades 1 through 6,
during the school vacation period,
Dec. 23 through Dec. 27.
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Ruby,
Miami licach communal it aders,
have contributed a children's de-
partment in the Greater Miami
Medical Center in Ramleh, Israel.
Jacob Rifkin, chairman ol the
South Florida Council for Medical
Services and Vocational Training
in Israel, anno meed this week.
The new medical center is a
joint projeel of the South Florida
Council and the Israel Histadrut
Committee of Greater Miami, and
is located m the same Israeli city
where the Greater Miami Amal
Technical High School was built
recently under the same auspices.
The Rubys came here 19 years
ago from Mahanoy City. Pa.,
where Mr. Ruby was in the whole-
sale provisions business. He has
been an active supporter of the
Weizmann Institute. Hebrew Uni-
versity, Brandeis University, the
Zionist Organization of America.
Jewish National Fund and other
organizations since settling here.
Mrs. Ruby has been a supiwrter
of the Papanicolaou Cancer Re-
search Institute. Brandeis Univer-
sity, Hadassah and Hebrew Uni-
versity,
The Rubys visited Israel in 1959
and again in 1967. when they
toured the extensive medical fa-
cilities occupied by Kupat Holim,
medical arm of Histadrut. Their
two daughters are Mrs. Joseph
Siswein of Trenton. N.J.. and Mrs.
Charles Garret t of Bethesda, Md.
"Thanks to the generous gift of
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Ruby, we are
off to an excellent start in tin-
campaign to build the vitally
needed Greater Miami Medical
Center at Ramleh." said Mori is
New mark, treasurer of the Israel
Histadrut Committee. The earlier
success in constructing and equip-
ping the Greater Miami Medical
Center at Beersheba has helped
greatly."
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B'nai Raphael To
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Congregation B'nai Raphael will
iledieate a new Torah scroll at a
celebration to be held at 8:15 p.m.
Sunday at the synagogue. The
Torah was presented to the syna-
gogue by Mr. and Mrs. Paul Faske
in honor of their granddaughter,
Pamela Hope.
Special services marking the oc-
casion will lx- conducted by Rabbi
Charles M. Rubel. spiritual leader
of the congregation. Master of
ceremonies will be Stuart Wagner
and Kmanuel Brown, president of
the congregation, will accept the
Torah on In-half of the synagogue.
Cantor Saul Breeh
In Chanukah Fete
A Chanukah program featuring
Cantor Saul H. Breeh of Temple
Beth Rairfiael will be presented
at the 8 p.m. Tuesday meeting of
Maceabee Lodge. B'nai B'rith. in
Forte Towers North Auditorium.
1200 West Ave.. Miami Beach.
Cantor Breeh will sing Chanu- '
kah and cantorial melodies, ac-
companied by Sadye Padden at the
piano.
Soil Kenner. vice president, will
recite a history of Chanukah and
president Joseph R. MondrCS will
speak on the present plight of tin-
Jew.
Harvey Richman is program
airman. Aaron H( rsiibain will
host the refreshments.
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LEONARD ZILBERT
ABE C. FINE
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SIDNEY SIEGEL
Executive Director


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ISRAEL
By Kliiui-.l. I'inliirl
:-.. steps off the plane. Gently
puts one foot on the ground
fore her. Then the other. More
ifldenl now. she walks toward
terminal head high, eyea
ill with pride.
fl'his woman is a visitor to Is-
l the promised land of nor
|ople. Eretz Israel, the home of
\ Jews. And for the real of her
cation, this tourist will relive
i history she has learni d in
nks and gain an even greater
Hde In her heritage.
[But for those of us who are
to j<1 to Israel, there are
toner means we can send our
' then', if not our Imi.Ii. -.
ling vicariously tin
h K-. itif pages of which bi
listancc betwen us and Is-
nabling us to see all the
of til,' Promised Land.
1.00k. ISRAEL, by Blian-J.
i Miu-rt INew York Oxford L'ni-
. Press, S1O.00) 0ff( is just
p.xpei
i ".7 illustrations, includ-
ir color-plat,
nnd chapti rs the
from til.' days ol Al a
lo ,. birth >. the New
are reintroduc tl to is-
i land h hi re the
n '. vei ." of its
a Fulfilled t!
I thi Bible.
; lepublic hi Israi I
;- "the expi
TOC't'SS, i
rrupteil fi mi the
i times to our own day."
. n people ha\ p
istorj .i ; i Ined their
il plac in the world.
The author describes Israel na-
malism as a desire to establish
society where Justice reigns,
turning to the Jew his natural
lenity; a land when- superior
K-ial controls wire a product of
[cossity, allowing the individual
'" '"' talted rather than ab-
sorb! d bj ins country.
Israel a land thai needed
its people to become alive and.
in rein,-,, et, the Jews a
people who need..! a laud to live
for.
The joining of the two was pre-
ordained by God. Ii took time
and bloodshed, lime and perse-
VI ranee, hard work and dreams,
but Cod's will has been done.
features ol this book was the
pictures of contrast: the old
alongside ol the new, the Hassid
and the Sahra, the desert flower
and the Aral) wasteland.
An (ther point of interest was
the chapti r i ntitled 'The Third
Kxodus ol the Gathering of the
>' Ml. S." [n thj : ,- U(. s,,,,
Israi I as a niqw expcrimi ni in
thnic fusi
>' '' as as ii a |11|W, |,,,! h.in,|
had picki (I up Ji ws from cvery-
" hen ,i them down in
: thl ICI I each
other with skins thai ranged In
1 ilor !l. :. \ I low to hl.n-k to
i" i rown to wluii
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From the people to the land
the author takes us, showing the
olive trees of Galilee and the
flowers of the Ncge\ where years
before Abraham, Isaac, Jacob
a: d Most s had walked.
And back to the people, where
the New Jew the Sahra fol-
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for the land thai Is rightfully
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mated rather conservatively to
average 5.000 ions per month.
It is an open question, much
disputed among the informed,
whether Cambodia's eccentric
ruler. Prince Norodom Sihanoug,
is privy to what is going on in
i"s country. In any case, ii does
not maii.r very much. In a sense.
Prince Sihanouk is a prisoner,
for Cambodia now contains up-
ward oi five North Vietnamese
divisions, which have God-knows-
how-many-times the power of the
Cambodian army.
Furthermore, large .hunks ol
the Cambodian army Itslf have
lone since been purchased by
Hanoi, as have certain members
Of the royal household, of the
royal family and, of course, of
the Cambodian government as
well. The arms landed al Siha-
noukvillc and on the beaches are
picki d up by Cambodian
army trucks and carried forward
to the Cambodian army's own
depots.
From the army depois. the
are thei | for-
word oi iiong with lo-
rl rici and m.
supplii s. by two Hanoi-chart, n tl
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"have been undergoing a welcome
" iti in." and attributed this to
the i. action ol the Herman people
to the Six-Day War. which was
the turning point. "Germans dis-
played a real sense of participa-
tion," he said. "Il was an emotion
thai erupted suddenly."
In reply to a question aboul his
meeting with former Israeli Prime
Minister David Ben-Gurion at the
funeral of the late Chancellor
Konrad Adenauer. Dr. Kii
lauded Mr. Ben-Gurion as "our ol
the most remarkable personalities
of our time. In the craving for
world peace, the Israeli and P
idem i de Gaulle show similar in-
sight." he said.
thins going on
a long time. Lasl yi ar, for in-
stance, n is fully docum
thai 10,000 ions oi arms were
movi ii from Cambodia into the
1 ~ Ita alone, in the period be-
fore the Ti i offei live. At that
time, Saigon was a bil reluctant
to believe the men on the spot,
in the Delta. Today, Washington
is equally reluctant to believe
the overwhelming proofs now
possessed by Gen. Abrams.
The state Department, natur-
ally, always hates to credit any
new facts thai may require Un-
as inl action. All the analysts
, Iso haie to hange an stab-
lishe.i verdict, as v.hen thej first
lung's luna-
tic i In al I. ap Forw ird a re-
sounding i eol ss and
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irs be-
[>hi in China.
Thus. .
how nally b.
i r, s. 'ei! i i President Ji
Yi r. ishes to
spei d the P iris negotiatioi s, he
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Brandeis Event Sel T^fuT^laT
Brandeis University's second momh..r. ..,.,.._... J
wl,,bp introduce, to the Gl2 ST' B' '"","
Miami community in i, ,,. ",, TV "' T' ,hc ":
i
Brealdast meeting at the Miami Be>-irS u
.efft. past president of the Academy Mr Roc Binder-
Merger, president of the largest ^brewTy Tchotlt
AcaSrn ;1 RSen' Cha'rman of the ba
Academy presided at the planning session for the Jan 12
banquet to be held at the Deauville Hotel.
Rosen Is Chairman
| Of Academy Dinner
Leonard Rosen, deputy chair- Mr \i,,.,. .
-amod genera chairman ... the held this week in the hom^fSf
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Himself an honoree at a Hebrew
Academy dinner some years ago,
Leonard Rosen is former general
chairman .>t State of Israel Bonds
for Greater Miami, and was chair-
man f the lust,,rie Israel Emer-
gency Fund drive in June, 1967,
Which raised more than $3,000,000
In the M) days following the Six-
Day War.
Auditorium during a grand pre",
tniere preview performance ol
Fiddler on the Hoof."
Mrs. Abram. the former Jane
Maguire of Orlando, will share
uni-
rhe university has experii
' remarkable growth in its first
20 years under the leadership ol
Lawrence Wien and Dr Abram I
[he spotlight wiTh""her"'husband'; whoT' JS?Sei ?"., '"^T'
immediate past national nmM.n chancellor. A for-
Ol the American S SSffi """' **"* "** '"' Abram is
toe. Lauren... a. Wien of New '' 8umma cum 'aude graduate ol
York and Palm Beach, chairman ""' Unlverity ol Georgia, a mem-
"' 'h;- '"";..... trustees, will pre- ber of Phi Beta Kappa, and a
sentDr. Abram after he is himself graduate of the University o
introduced by his brother. 1.....nard cago Law Sch...... He was a
A Men o, Miami Beach, presi- in U.S. Army intelligeno during
:' of the Brandeis University World War II. and served on the
t- lub ol Greater Miami.
The entire house for the pre-
view showing ol "Flddl. r on the
Roof" by the national company
was bought by Lawrence Wien
and other members ol the hoard
of trustees, acting as individuals.
and the tickets distributed to all
LAWRENCE WIEN
prosecution stafl for the Interna-
"onal Military Tribunal in Nur- "' ,:!'i""1',s University and pasl
emberg. Germany, in the Nazi war
crimes trials. He and Mrs. Abram
are the parents of five children,
and live on the university campus
in Walt ham. Mass.
Dr. Stanley Frehling, a fellow
Pf< i :' ol the Greater Miami
j Club, has worked closely with
Leonard Wien in arranging details
ol the theater party. Further in-
formation may be secured at the
Brandeis office, 'ne Lincoln R a I
Bldg.. Miami Beach.
ouncemenl of Mr. Ros. 's
ptance was made tins weeh bj
i- Meruit/er. president, and
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, prin-
al of the academy, the largest
brew day school in the entire
Southeast with 613 students. Mr.
Rosen, chairman of the board of
directors of the school, last year
veil on a four-man presidium
hich guided the academy until |
Men's American 0RT
A meeting ol the Men's Amer-
1 RT ol Greater Miami was
K Id at S p.m. Thursday in
creation room of Morton
North, 15th St. and Bay
Miami Beach. The nomination
. is for the coming yi ai
the agenda.
The Rosen lirothers are foul
"' the Israel Kducation Fund and
the Hebn u Universit) of Ji
It nv and w re among the .
founders o| the Harry S. Truman
Peace t'. nter in Israel.
Leonard R sen is presi I. I ol
Temple Menorah at d has providt .1
leadership for thi Greater Miami
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Friday. December 13, 1968
+Jewisfi fhrkHam
Stuart Siegel, son of Sidney
I Siegel, executive director of the
Jewish Convalescent Home, has
been appointed assistant direc-
tor of Physical Education and
Becreation at the New Orleans
Jewish Community Center. He
recently received his degree in
physical education and recrea-
tion from the University of Mi-
ami and has worked in Dade
County's recreation department.
Surgeon To Discuss Ethics
Of Heort Transplants
A nationally prominent profes-
Ifor of lurgery at the University
joi Miami School of Medicine. Dr.
I James R. Jude. was to be guest
Decturer at 8:30 p.m. Thursday in
Ithe twelfth lecture of the Cultural
[Committee of Beth Torah Congre-
gation's series. "Judaism and the
| World Today. Dr. Jude was to take
[as his topic- "Moral and Ethical
I Implications of Human Heart
Transplants Versus Mechanical
H< arts."
Dr Jude Is Chiel ol the Division
rhoracic and Vardio-Vascular
S n ;ery at Jackson Memorial and
Veteran's Administration Hos-
Miami. He is a national
i .an nan of Commit!......n Cardio-
nai.. !'. iscitation ol the
: uaii II' art Association.
Cancer Research Institute
Mb ii B. Sabin, polio \ ac-
r who has now turned
to i r< search.
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the i i| inic ilaou l
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Cantata Slated For ZOA Annual Dinner
ie South Kim-i.io tm.....:.... ~ mmimm,M. s-'UIllt/l
Paae '5
The south Florida Districts of
the Zionist Organization of Amer-
tea will host their eighth annual
Service for Israel" dinner dance
Sunday evening, .Ian. 5. In the
Pontainebleau Hotel ballroom.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, spiritual
l,'a,|r|' "f T. mple Emanu-El. Mi-
ami Beach, and a past national
vice president of the Zionist Or-
ganization ol America, will pre-
sent the Abba Hillel Silver Award
ol the Zionist Organizatio
America to Nathan II. Darsky.
not i civic leader and philanthro-
pist '.i Miami Beach and V
town, Ohio.
One of the highlights of the
dinni r dance will be the presenta-
tion ol a special cantata writt< n
for this event by Mrs. Ait inn
Zionist Luncheon Club
Samuel Pascoe, president of
B'nai B'rith Council of South
Florida Lodges, will discuss "The
.)c and the Urban Crisis" at the
next meeting of the Luncheon
Club of the Miami Beach Zionist
Districts in the Coffee Shop of the
Di Lido Hotel. Lincoln and Collins.
at 12:15 p.m. Wednesday. The
program will be presented in one
of the hotel's meeting rooms fol-
lowing the luncheon.
Scharl and Robert W. Gordon. Di-
"''"l by Mrs. Martin Balick, the
cantata will feature Mrs. Robert
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Left-over roast turkey forms the basis for delightfully
"special" sandwich snacks and light supper ideas. These arc sure
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serve any of these recipes w ith cranberrv juice or sweet cider
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L'nsliced bread
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Chopped pistachio nuts
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end of each bread slice; sprinkle remaining
portion of bread with nuts. Roll each up
tightly, starting at end with turkej Wrap
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Cut each roll into slices before serving.
(Hellmann's Best I oods is real
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Pink Turkey Pinwheels
1 cup finch shopped cooked turkey
1 3 cup finel) chopped celery
2 tablespoons in 11 m inn's u: -; : s
Real Ma>onnaise
i tablespoon chili sauce
1 teaspoon lemon ji ..
6 slices thin -Iked white bread
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Turkey Filling, omitting radish and
cuci mber. Spread on 4 slices bread.
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Makes 4.
Turkey and Cranberry Sandwich Filling
I cup chopped cooked turkey
I 4 cup chopped walnuts
1 4 cup jellied cranberrv sauce,
whipped smooth
1 4 cup HELLMANN'S 1-lsT foods
Real Mayonnaise
Combine turkej and walnuts Toss with
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Turkej Filling, omitting cranberry sauce.
Spread on 4 bread slices Garnish with
slices of jellied cranberr) sauce cut as
desired with cookie cutler Garnish with
celery leaves Makes 4. _________
Curried Turkey Casserole
I /4 cup flour
1/2 cup HELLMANN'S BIST foods
Real Mayonnaise
2-1 2 cups chicken bouillon
2 teaspoons curry powder
1 small onion, finely chopped
2 cups cooked rice
1 110-ounce) package frozen French
stv Ie pre. n beans, cooked
and drained
2 cups diced cooked turkcv
1 (5-ouncc) can watei chestnuts,
drained and sliced
1 3 cup line, drj bread crumbs
l tablespoon margarine, melted
Blend flour into Real Mayonnaise;
n bouillon. Add curry
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cook over low heal S to lOmin .
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beans, tin chestnuts and
mayonna sc m Mure in a 2-u, art ca
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Cranberry Turki \ Salad: Follow re< -
for Basic luikc. Salad, tossing I cup
well chilled cubes ol jellied cranberr)
sauce with salad iust before serving.
Vegetable-Turkey Salad
2 medium zucchini, halved lengthwise
2 medium carrots, shredded
1 S green pepper, shredded
J-1 2 cups diced cooked tin kev
1 2 CUD HELLMANN'S BES1 I OODS
Real Mayonnaise
2 tablespoons lemon juice
I teaspoon celei) seed
1 2 teaspoon salt
Carefull) scoop out zucchini centers,
leaving shells intact shred centers.
Combine w ith carrots, green pepper.
turkey. Real Mayonnaise, lemon mice.
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Members of the cast go over last-minute
pi revision- for the musical revue "From
Here to Maternity, ight of the semi-
annual Mt. Sinai Hospital Auxiliary meeting,
director Mrs. Alan Venzer, left, and
iical director Mrs. A. Beit Davis. In the
-ire Mrs. William Eisen-
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berg, Mrs. Daniel Stone, co-au'.hor Mis.
Haroid New S teldon. I
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! : Scharl Mrs Leonard Ab?l and Mrs.
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Miami Beach Chapter Hadassah Units
To Celebrate Birthday Of Founder
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Miai i Beach i 'hnptcr of 11 las
sah .....u[>s will celebrate the
birthday "I the organization's
II' nrii tta Szold, with
I'm. i ib fit thi i. habili-
tatioi i Ihi liosi ital on Mount
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Tl i : nrii- Tower* Group i< hav-
ai n lal Founders Day
I n in the Kmpire Root ,i
ih' Roc Hotel ,:i noon Tues-
' speaker will be Mrs.
I'"' ; Krii ;i Kink: Cantoi
S : Brei h and his accompa-
nist, Si y Kay "ill entertain with
' n al pro i-.ni'. Chaii man ol
i i- Fi inces Perlmutter,
i by Lillian Schai ffei Mrs
M H ii- ; anziK i- president of the
IP-
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1 i eaki r w ill be D iroth>
Ki i i Fink, an i ntertainment
i lx pro\ idi .I by Luke Saleni.
Sa 1} i. ass Mi -
- chairman ol I
re. R ich I Brodj
t.ilili. < -iiit >r Group W ill
luneln at nooi .
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pro ii | bj
H Mrs !'. ri Ji
1!" M,r/I Group will hold its
' Mondaj noon
ai A'Kiei Hotel, whi n Mrs
I Iman will pn s<>nl
''"'| M" Kthel !', Herman is
1} : Mrs Milton
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A nooi ,-,i ii,,. Algiers
Hotel Thurs I r> c. 19, will be
11,1,1 h Israeli Group. Mrs.
Kim Isky, soloist, will pre-
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1953
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NINETEEN IS A HAPPY NUMBER
When you have three kids, you're not likely
to be invited out for Thanksgiving, so I.arrie and
Arlene h.id theirs at home, complete with Thanks
giving decorationspilgrims, turkeys and even
-hips that looked like the Mayflower. They started
-'. ith champagne at 4:30, and even though the
turkeys weren't done when they were supposed
to be. Arlene was calm and unhurried, taking
everything 'v. stride its delightful to he with her
she is always smiling, And anyway, the dinner
;urned out -will She didn't have the beautifully
irowned turkey- carved at the tablethey were
ne ahead so nothing could go awry.
Nineteen wen present, including the three
>oun^ Blasbergs, Michael, Ira and Robyn. Mr
and Mrs Morn- Levin brought their two. Karen
and Aileen, ..ml Mrs. I.ill Blasberg, Mr and Mrs
ieorge Light, Mr, and Mrs. Herbert Paperman,
drs. Fred Weinrush, and Dr. and Mis Jerome
'!>- were also there A full house.
IT'S A GOOD THING ARMY WON!
Know why? Because Betsy, whose husband,
Robert Grossman Jr., is in the Army in Fort I'olk.
La., went to visit her folks in Philadelphia during
:he holidays and while there she and her parents.
Mr and Mrs. Harry Sley. who divide their time
between Philadelphia and Miami Beach, and her
brother. Beryll. who had flown in from the
University of Colorado, attended the Army Navy
Gamean annual outing for them for a number
: years now She trlked with Robert by phone
: fter the game, though, and he said he'd see her
here in Miami Beach in a few more days When
he goes to Texas afterwards to finish his train-
ing. Betsy will go with him.
AND AWAY SHE WENT
When Florence Kupperman went to spend a
-nonth in Woodmere. L.I.. with her niece, Mrs
David Klein and her family, she took along two
-pecial thingsa gorgeous mint green chiffon
.own with flowing sleeves tight sequined satin
tuffs and sequins on the bodice, and a very
-pecial pin. Florence got up there in time to get
:n on all the parties preceding the wedding of her
-randnieee. Penny, to Peter Gersten. But she
. on't be able to wear this particular pin to the
eddiny. as cute as it is. You see. Florence had
.lway.N been afraid of dogs until Penny got a
Yorkshire terrier named Tiger as a birthday-
resent He was so cute that Florence got over
ner fear of dogs She took a picture of Tiger to
'.er jeweler and had him make an exact replica
l him in precious jewelsit even has the little
red tongue sticking out, and is really stunning.
THE CHILDREN'S HOUR
It's the children's hour, all right, over at the
-.ome of Dr and Mrs. Max Gratz. Their two
.randchildren. Randi and Robert are staying with
;hem while their mother. Ruth, is in the hospital
-etting them a baby brother. The children can
r.ardly wait until Dad and Mother. Dr. and Mrs
aces
Richard Berger. bring the baby, named Ronald
Gary. home. Max and Bertha, meantime, are
having a ball.
AT PETER and MARTHA HELLER'S HOUSE
Their son, Avron. who travels all over the
country for Western Electric Co., his wife. Bar-
bara, and the children. David. Suzy and Nancy.
have come down from Greensboro, N.C., to visit
I know you don't recognize the name. Avron.
because when he lived here, everyone called him
"Bummy" and didn't even know he had another
name Avron's brother, Michael, live- with his
wife and son- m New York, where he teaches at
New York University, and hopes to finish writing
his book this cummer Hi- sister. Tena. also live-
in New York, where she teaches huh -eh ol
Surely v mi recognize 111" Heller famil} row that
l have supplied these details
STRANGER THAN FICTION
When thej attended the Council of lewish
Federations and Welfare Funds Assembly in Al
lanta. Leon and DottJ Kaplan met just about
veryone they knew. They bumped into Nathan
Rothberg. who is present!) the executive director
of the Federation and .lewish Center in Sacra-
mento, Calif. When Nathan and hi^ wife. Louise,
lived in Miami Beach during World War II. he
ua> the I'.S.O representative Oct. 19. 1942. their
son. Martin, was born at Jackson Memorial Ho-
pital Now. just 26 years later. Dr Martin Roth
berg, an intern at the hospital where he was born,
celebrated his birthday with his daughter. Lisa
Sharon and his wife. Sharon, who is a teacher at
the YMHA. They plan to settle here
AT THE DORAL COUNTRY CLUB
I'm waiting for the day when someone has a
party and uses little stubs of candles for a change.
The candles seem to be getting taller and taller
The setting was beautiful for the formal opening
dinner dance of the Standard Club at the Doral
Country Clubtables for ten. covered in yellow
lace, tall flower standards and the tallest candles
ever The dessert which followed a delicious din-
ner with lovely music was decidedly different
When the lights went out and the waiters paraded
around with a flaming dessert, it was not Baked
Alaska or Cherries Jubilee, but tall fluted flam
intj ice cream cakes.
Among the guests were Mr. and Mrs. I,eonard
Rosen. Mr and Mrs William Weintraub. Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Lipton. Mr. and Mrs Robert Levin,
Mr. and Mrs Walter Falk, Mr. and Mrs Martin
Fine. Mr and Mrs Sam Blank, Mr and Mrs Sam
J. Heiman. Mr. and Mrs. Sam A. Goldstein. Mr
and Mrs. F.. Albert Pallot. Mr and Mrs. Arthur
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Mrs. Herbert Paige. Mr. and Mrs S C I.evenson.
Mr and Mrs Carl Weinkle. Mr and Mrs Edward
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iFriday, December 13, 1968
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Sol Stein Is Speaker
At Histadrut Seminar
OR. SOt ST [IN
liami Beach Singers
The M.ami Beach Community
ler th*> din ction ol Jo-
i-pli Mi y. m i l pn -'iii their
nnual > i nukah concert at the
;. brew ademj 2 hxi Pinetree
)! Mi ', ach, at 8 p.m. Thurs-
I:,, i). i 19 The guest soloist will
h- Cant Sol Barondess; Helen
freitmari 'ill be at the piano.
racier iii<' string ensemble is
lamuel K pel and Ceil Gottleib is
kresidenl the chorus. Rabbi
larry KaJ n will conduct the can-
lelightii i eremony. Nathan Au-
rbach ol the Davis Hotel, Miami
ach. is in charge of tickets.
Dr. Sol Stein, executive vice
president of the American His-
tadrut Development Foundation,
will speak at a seminar on "How
to Help Israel and Beat Inflation
in the United States at the Same
Tune." at S p.m. Thursday. Di c
19. in the club room ol the I tne
Hundred Lincoln Road Bldg., Mi-
ami Bt ach.
i osponsored by the Men's and
Women's Clubs ol the 600-unit
high rise apartment building and
by the Histadrut Fout lation, the
seminar i-~ the fii si in a series of
programs to be I t at high
uses throughout Da le and Brow-
ard counties. Refreshments will be
served, according to Rabbi Leon
Kronish of Temple Beth Sholom,
a national vice president <>i His-
tadrut who will participate in the
seminar as will Gerald Schwartz,
past president of the Miami Beach
lodge ol Bnai B'rith and of the
Zionist Council of South Florida.
Cochairmen for the function are
. Nat Friedman, president of the
One Hundred Lincoln Road or-
ganizations; Joseph Bernstein, fi-
nancial secretary of the clubs;
Samuel Pascoe, president of the
South Florida Council of B'nai
B'rith lodges, and Lawrence H.
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where he served in executive posi-
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the Histadrut in 1961.
The American Histadrut Devel-
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Stein and Dr. Kronish are co-
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The Children's Center held its first member-
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Temple Menorah ladies
A < "hanukah |>roi ram prosi i
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and Omar Sharil will take plao
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and 8 :ui p.m. Ri its are
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Dec. 19.
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468 Arthur Godfrey Road
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THE SISTERHOOD ol Tomplo
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Star Restaurant Reopens
The Star Dairy. Vcgotariai u
Fish Ri sta iranl al K-ll Wa
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CHANUKAH GREETINGS
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Dec. 20-31.
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FHday, December 13, 1968
* fcnlst Ifkuiidlii.iim
Paqe 9
Grossberg Marks
His 70th Birthday
Carl Grossberg, vice pr^sidenl
of Riverside Memorial Chapel,
relebrated his 70th birthday this
month. Mr. Grossberg rounded and
directed the grow th of Rivi n
Mi m ii lal <'li.i;>. i i.iuard ihe posi-
tion it now holds He reccnth re-
turned from .\ trip to Israel where
led the firm at the
convention ol the1 Jewish Funeral
tors ol \ i ica.
iruvs'ii !_ has bei
philanthropic endeavors
u i n ks, both it
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It'nai B'rith l <
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Barry A. Bursfer'n Richard Stern Michael Aden tlen feldman
will be- Bar Mitzvah at Temp]. I *
Olom Saturday morning. Dec. 14
Barry attends West Miami
Junior Hi eh School and is a m
ber hi the Y" and of Your/- J
a rec< ption wl I I honor
-,i thi lebrant, whose grand-
parents are Sam Sacks and Mr.
and Mrs. Manuel Hurst.-in. at the
social hall Satui d
ning.
Ban ind aunt. Mr.
Mrs. Harrj Fri
uncle, aunt and cousin. Mr. an I
Mrs Louis P Li met and Ina. ol
Boston (us aunt. Miss Sonia L
ner, cousii B inche l.< 11
unc i nt. Mr. and Mrs. Al
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Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rosen, from
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BARRY GARFIELO
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ladvieu Dr., Baj Harbor Is-
:- nil! be Bar Mitzvah at
11 : day
ning, Dec. 11, with Dr. i
Kronish offii iatii
Barry attends Temple Beth
- Religious School, where
he is a member of the Confirma-
tion Class ol "T30.

LESLIE BOBBINS
Leslie Faye, daughter of Mr.
: Mrs. Milton Robbins, 1365
Marseille Dr.. Miami Beach, will
come Bas Mitzvah at Temple
Menorah Friday evening, Doc. 13,
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz will of-
ficiate.
Leslie, who is a student of the
Temple Menorah Religious School.
attends Nautilus Junior Hieh
School, where she is in the eighth
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guitar and is active in sports with
a special interest in football.
A re 'ion in his honor will be
held at the celebrant's home fol-
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HI.AN FELDMAN
Elan, -':: of Mr. and Mrs. Jo-
seph Feldman of .North Miami
Beach, will observe his Bar Mitz-
vah Saturday morning. Dec. 11,
'at Beth Torah Congregation.
An eighth grade student at John
F. Kennedy Junior High School,
Elan plays trumpet in the school's I
Symphonic Band.
A dinner in honor of the cele-
brant win be given at the Eden
Roc Hotel Saturdaj evening. His
grandparents Horn Tel Aviv, Is- '
raei are expected to attend.
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B ach, will obs. rve his Bar Mitz-
vah at Beth Tora ition
Saturday moi nil g Dec, 11.
Mitchell, who has atti nd< d B< th
Torah's Rcligi ius Scho fo sev-
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and becomi a ber of thi i
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This suggestion for an enduring
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struments for various aw groups
"Don't confuse these music-
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By DR. EDWARD T. SAMMtOW
Rabbi of Temple Beth El, Codarhurst, L.I., N.Y.
Chanukah is a spiritual holiday, par excel-
lence. Children know it as the festival of the
dreidel. the spinning top. Adults relive the mili-
tary prowess of Judah Maccabee and his brothers.
Teachers and preachers point to the Menorah and
retell the absorbing legend about the tiny cruse
of oil which kept the eight branched candelabra
lit for a week.
But Chanukah. albeit a minor festive occasion,
is a holiday of transcendent importance in the
Jewish religious calendar.
The rabbis out of impatience ask "Mai Chanu-
kah?" "Why Chanukah? Why do you miss the
whole thrust of if The lights are holy. Chanukah
is not the celebration of a military triumph. It is
not an experience calculated to entertain the
youngsters. It is a dedication'a 'commitment' to
a way of life and a world which brings man closer
to God and his fellow man in a spirit of peace
and justice."
It is a call to Jews to continue to be society's
iconoclasts, the "smashers of the world's idols"
which have brought man to the abyss of moral
calamity, of persecution, thermonuclear warfare,
social injustice. The tragedy is that the world
has not caught up with the basic message of
Chanukah.
Why is Chanukah filled with the sparks of re-
ligious idealism0 It speaks of man's relationship
to God It echoes the concept that man is "made
in the Image of God." It reminds us that man
has autonomy. He has free will, but he tends
always to make decisions according to his own
egoccntricity rather than being true to the image
of God within him. How do we know? Nellie
Sachs, the Nobel Poet Laureate, writes about the
agony and death of Jews under Hitler in which
she describes the annihilation of human beings
including children in which "the image was '<
faced." She is bonified at the thought that nun
"delight in death rather than life." The Holo-
caust came and went and men -^till engage in the
shocking misery of war and povertj and racism
and anti Semitism.
We belong to a small people We are bearers
of a dream for mankind. We have a "vocation"
in this world. We are needed by this society.
Everyone, the black and white and Puerto RJcan
and Indian, the poor, the underprivileged, the ex-
ploited, the mentally retarded, the agedall must
achieve full rights and the Jew lias a responsi-
bility to help achieve these social and democratic
goals. For this we must strengthen our Jewish
roots, our tradition, our language, the fact that
the Almighty is One, that our four thousand year
old culture gives us our raison d'etre. Otherwise,
we must ask again with our Talmudic sages "Mai
Chanukah"" "Why all this fuss about Chanukah'."
You are missing the point!"
Chanukah should take on the mature and
deeply spiritual meaning it had for our sa^e-
The light of the divine, the torch of the Menorah
!- still a goal, a potentiality For the Jew who
faces our society realistically, it calls for spiritual
health which affirms goodness even though we do
not yet see the flame of perfection. It calls for
Jewish identity through religious and moral com-
mitment It calls for a sense of covenant to Torah.
the living of a Jewish style of life and a sacri-
ficial concern for IsraelIsrael the people and
Israel, the State.
The light of freedom must never be dimmed
in the land of our forefathers cleansed twenty
years ago and rededicated to libert) and freedom
Chanukah was relived in 1948 and 1967 and the
enemies which surround Jerusalem must never
be allowed to desecrate its temple of democracy.
All this presents a challenge to the American
Jew to struggle for the right of his people and
make relevant the universal values of our faith
at one and the same time. The world yearns tor
social changes and the unity of mankind Let us
light the C.ianukah Menorah and let the flames
increase in intensity lifting us to greater hope m
spite of the darkness which tends to envelop n-
Let the Jew with courage show the world what
love of God and man truly means in terms of
freedom and the holiness of life
"afewisli Floridian
, Miami, Florida, Friday December 13, 1968
Section 3
Twenty young ladies will be presented to the
Ambassador cf Israel Saturday evening, Dec. 28,
at the Ambassador's Ball climaxing the year's
Israel bond drive in the Grand Ballroom of the
Fontaincbleau Hotel. Seated in the front row are,
from left, Judith Renee Kotler. Pamela Joy Harris
and Janice Fiankel. Sherri Helen Miiler. Pamela
Shane Bialolenki and Gail Francine Goidfarb
are in the second row, cr.d standing are Leslie
Ann Stein, Marcie Hoffman, Esther Leah Eisen-
man, Zena Decky, Shelley Taylor, Leah Carmi,
Penny Helene Kfare, Sarah Ann Glixman and
Ronne Lebow. Rena Ellen Epstein, Abby
Rena fpstein Abby Pomerance Paulo Weinfraub
Irene Pomerance and Paula Sue Weintraub
are shown in separate photos. Pictures o:
Rena Brickman and Wendy Susan Segal
were not available.
Rabbi Max Lipschitz Is Chairman
Of North Dade CJA Leadership
Rabbi Max a. Lipschitz, spir-
itual leader of Beth Torah Con-
gregation, North Miami Bi I
i has accepted the chairmanship of
the North Dado area of the Great-
er Miami Jewish Federation's 19o9
Combined Jewish Appeal Israel
Emergency Fund. Tin- appoint-
ment was announced by Robert
1 Russell, over-all campaign chair-
man ot tho diive.
At the first meeting ot his
North Dade area leadership, held
this week, a goal of $150,000 was
set, compared to last year's con-
tributions ot STS.lXX).
Tho following North Dado Com-
mittees were formed Initial
Gifts: Sam Fox and Burton Young.
hairmen. with Matthew Ettinger,
Adolph Berger, Don Reiff and Tod
Herman: Mercantile Division:
Sam Gillott, chairman; Homo (iwn-
ers and Residents: Jerry Cavell,
chairman; Condominiums: David
Sheppard, chairman of Presiden-
tial. Sid Ritter. Moorings. Eric
Gut man and Roberl Rifkin, co-
chairmen of Floridian Arms and
Colonial Court. Mrs. Charlotte
Kino. Now Horizons, Col Morris
Gallon and Charles Gallon. Sky
Lake Gardens, Sam Kirshbaum
and Sid Posner, Mar Len Gardens.
Max Skopit, Fountainviev. Apart-
ments.
Also Jewish War Veterans and
I irganizations: h v ing Stein
chairman; Temple Division: .T
Golden, Loon Borofskj and B -
jamin Yedlin, cochairmen.
RABBI MAX LIPSCHITZ
Oholei Torah Luncheon
The Women's Group of the
Oholei Torah Day School will hold
a Chanukah luncheon at noon
S in day in the social hall of Beth
Israel Congregation, Miami Beach.
The students of the school will
present a playlet for the occasion.
Mis Esther Jacobovits is presi-
dent of tho croup and Mrs. Rlvka
Korf is chairman.
Edward Webman Heads
Florida Shomrim Group
Edward Webman has been in-
stalled as the now president of
I hi Shomrim of Florida, associa-
tion of active and retired police
officers and firemen, succeeding
Daniel Harris. State Attorney
Richard E. Gerstein was the In-
stalling officer.
Others installed with Mr. Web-
man include Robert Richman and
David Kozlin, vice presidents; Isa-
dor Margolias, secretary; David
Teitler, treasurer; Tod Daskin,
sergeant at arms; David Schwartz
and Harry Wcit/man. board of
directors.
CHCG IVRI. the Hebrew speak-
ing group of upper Miami Beach.
will meet at 2 p.m. Tuesday in
the library of Temple Menorah
Max ECatz will speak on Ahad
Ha'Am.
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rlt*i Friday, December 13,
Planning the annual Temple Ner Tamid
Sisterhood luncheon to be held Thursday at
the Carillon Hotel were, from left: (top row)
Mrs. Harry Glazer, Mrs. Max Amhowitz,
Mrs. Philip Randman and Sisterhood presi-
dent Mrs. Jeanne Feldman; (center row'
Mrs. Eugene Schwarz. Mrs. Sadie Trosky
and Mrs. Ida Clark; (front row> Mrs. Carl ton
Blake. Mrs. Milton Fendr.ck, Mrs. Rita
Salomon. Mrs. Jack Meyers. Mrs. Michael
Glazier. Mrs. Jack Greenberg and Mrs.
Louis Cohen.
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OUR 35th YFAR1933-!%8

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DAVID E. MEl'N, Prudent


idcy, December 13, 1968
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Mindlin To Address HI Women
Miami Herald tolumnjsl Ufa
i will U' the main si kci
the Woman of the Year Lunch-
<>f the American Frienda of
Hebrew University in theFon-
in< bl lcheon chairman Mrs. Jack S.
^pick said Mr. Mindlin, who is
the faculty ot Miami Dede
Iniur College, will discuss pro-
bed plant for the redevelop-
pnt of Mount Scopus.
II ree of the Dec. 20 luncheon
Mrs. Philip F. Thau, who is re-
ving the Woman of the Year
mill in recognition of her many
Intrlbutions to her community in
Itural, education .: and philan-
i i>pii ndeavors.
,:1 event at the luncheon
i the presentation ol The
Men Annlvei -1 .- Ye ir Award
n 'ust Ann Landers, In
tknowledgmcnt of her excellent
advice to American youth, advice
she giv< s in a witty, readable hut
consistently conservative
According to a 1967 United
Press International poll. Ann i
tiers la on< ,,, ,hl. ,,. mosl j,1(1||_
ential women in the United Stat< s
with an estimated reading public
of 54 million, the largest reading
a nlier.ee m the world lor a single
feature. Among her many awards
i- an honorary doctorate given by
her own alma mate,. Morningside
College in Sioux City, Iowa.
The Woman ..I tli- v. ar Award
beii g presented on
the mi:, tii \ear sit ce the found-
ing i : thi Hebn w I is m
the form ol a i>ook. carryii
small pla i -picture ol
I the s> mbol of i!.. Hi -
brew i nivi rsity, i torch of
knowli :
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Chanukah Puppet Show
Jero Magon, former nati
chairman of the Puppeteers ol
I America who is now president of
the Puppet Guild ol Greater Mi-
ami, will present a production of
folk tales ai the Chanukah Festi-
val sponsored by the Agudath Is-
rael Hebrew Institute, Tsui Car-
lyle A\e.. Miami Beach, at 7:30
p.m. Sunday, Dec 22.
Happy Holiday To My
many friends and clients
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* Jewlsft fkrtcfvann
Lsftan it halt By KITH sihkis
Chanukah. it ,s cold and gray outside, but warm and
pleasant InsWc Al this time of year we do lots ol imtSStata?
ami It to worthwhile ,., encourage a warn, atmosphere by Si
...formal and casual jetting. Our suggestion for a heartwarming
evening* ., ,.., Burr..,. We choso dishes that are S2SSS
prepared c hanukah. but gave them a modem ,..:a" t he
dishes can be prepared ahead of time. They arc east to serve
and the guests can also help themselves
When the dishes are all assembled on the buffet, they make
a ovHy picture to look at. The table setting Is casual and color-
hi .We useda ceramic casserole, wooden salad bowl and platter
and enameled sauce-warmers. The Chanukah candles are lit lust
to look at and nol for any practical use; nevertheless, they add
;-'""''' -; '" "'" 'able. The buffet is composed of a hoi
tors doeuvr. which ins the Chanukah mood: Modern Potato
l""k,v "' made of instant mashed potatoes which saves
"""' '; i rrating fresh ones. They are baked
cat skip the frying. The lalkes can be prepat i vcral
then r< heated.
Tin ish is \ Whole Meal In Our < ;.....r...... [, ,, .
tables. PI, not, .... two
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lo gel si iffed with |K>.
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used bak in form 1 d i I .
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whom: mi.u.
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I eup Hour
_ eup diced onions
I irrnts, ,li, ,1
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I ean tomato sauce
Salt, |M*pper and baj leal
I eup red wine
IH mnall white onions
is siiuiii mushrooms
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Cul the meal into small chunks. Dip the chunks in flour and
:i> them in the oil until brown all ovei Remove from pan
' i rasseroli [n (hi same oil fry the di, tis and carrots.
Put all except the last three ingredients in Ihe casserole, add
water to cover the meat. Cook on top ol sto> e intil it comes to
a boil. Continue cooking in the oven al 350 for about
two ho .i- .\Ik):ii half an hour before si rving, add the I I
licnts Continue cooking and serve hot.
PARADISE PONTCHEKES
I eup water I eggs
l stick (to/..) margarine oil tor deep rrylng
l eup all purpose flour
Bring the water to a boil, add margarine and continue boil-
ing until it melts. Add the flour and mix with ;> wooden spoon
until the mixture looks like a ball and leaves the sides of the pan.
Remove from beat. Heat in the eggs, one after the other, com-
pletely incorporating one before another one is added. When all
the eggs are Incorporated, the mixture will sofl like a paste.
Prepare the "il for deep frying. When the > 1 is hot, drop spoon-
fuls of the mute into the oil. They will puff up and become
golden brown. Remove them with a slotted spoon, dram on paper
towels. Serve hot with warm sauces.
CHOCOLATE SAI't'K
1 eup tight corn syrup 1 teaspoon vanilla
2 ot. unitwretrufd chocolate 1 taMaapoaa margarine
Combine the syrup and chocolate in a sauce pan. Heat until
the chocolate melts, over low heat. Remove from heat and add
the vanilla and margarine. Keep warm and serve warm.
JAFFA ORANGE SAUCE
1 eup orangr Juice t tahlespooiu. orange liqueur
11 cup sugar Grated araage rind
1 tali|es|MH>u cornstar.h 1 tablespoon BMUgarbM
Juir^ from onr lemon
Put orange juice, sugar and eornstarch in a saucepan and
mix welt Bring mixture to a boil and let boil one minute, Stir-
ling constantly so no lumps will form. Remove from heat and
allow to cool. Add margarine, orange liqueur, lemon Juice and
orange rind. Keep warm and serve warm. .
Happy Chanukah Greetings To All Our Friends From
MR. and MRS. NATHAN BRAVERMAN OF
GRAND CENTRAL FREIGHT SALES
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AROUND J-accU
Paul Lipson stars as Tevye in
the production of "Fiddler Oi
The Roof" opsninrj at the Dads
Com:'-/ Auditorium T
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Th, ntre bj Sholom Al, i-
ie cat eer w is ile\ oteil
largely to Jews lo
ihi mselves wilii humor, pathos
h isdoni Rl .'1 11} :i folk 0| i
ol the g< nre of Gi rshw in's
"l 'oi :.. and Bi ss." in which I
i i lie is nol in the leasl funii}.
"Fiddler The Roof"
rim rol ir to i, lievc
the essenl ia 1} Ira :i, story of Ihe
crm I anti-Jew i^1, decreed
by Ihe C/ar of Russu al the turn
of the century.
Lipson, as Tevye, :, struggling
dairyman in the little Russian \il-
lagc of Anatevka, dominates the
action, by turns blustering, ten-
der, humorous, philosophic and
domineering. He is under the de-
lusion that he is the master of
his household in the Jewish Ortho-
dox tradition. He is aghast when
two of his five marriageable
daughters flaunt tradition and by-
pass his "agreements" with other
fathers as well as the match-
maker.
The play is a study of Jewish
Orthodox tradition in Kast Eu-
rope and of the resignation, pa-
tience and humor that enabled the
Jews to surmount persecution all
lover the world. It is also a touch-
ing portrait of B man who has an
intimate personal relationship with
his God (some of Whose actions
he does not approve of) addressing
Him personally with such ques-
tions as "I know we're the Chosen
People, but couldn't You choose
somebody else for a change"'
His acceptance <>f the maxim
thai -money is a curse" lends to
one of the most hilarious songs in
the show. "If I Were a Rich Man."
in winch he asks to be accursed
with money former.
%DD PRI \K FLAVOR
TO POTATO PANCAKES
After the first night of Chanu-
kah, surprise the family with a
new twisl for |K>tato pancakes
...a go.id Jewish mother keeps
up with changing ideas: This
year, try potato pancakes served
with luscio is pitted Sunsw, 11
prunes.
Aftet Hire, prunes are the
greatest flavoi ever teamed with
itkes, You know how well
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easy w iy to make potato i al
cakes. If not, and if you don't
wai i lo take the time to gi it,
potato, s, give Ihe ehi'drcn a treni
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toasl with applesauce.
And for somi hing reall;
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LENOke
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
Lenore Meyer, whose husband, Hank Meyer, is a
public relations consultant 01 national renown, is an accom-
plished person in her own right. I first knew her when
she and Hank had been married only a short time and she
used to attend the ball games to root for him when he was
playing with the 'Old Timers." she
had a great love for all people, and
a direct and charming manner. Her
warmth seemed to reach out and
cniold the world. She still has
these characteristics and more.
B >rn in New York, she was a
iions youngster, intensely in-
terested in ~how business, But her
parents did not believe in theater
as ;i profession.
At 14 she began teaching
speech and dramatics and gradu-
from high school at 15. wi h
.1 scholarship to New York VniM -sity. After she graduated
Columbia Speech College 1 id the Hunter clinic, the
moved to Miami Beach and Lenore opened the
Lenore School of Speech and Drama" Eventually she
inched out, operating three schoolson Biscayne Blvd.,
Gal and in Hollywood. She specialized in pre-
her students for TV, radio and the stage, .1- well as
laj living, and urged her students not to go into
work unless thej were particularly suited for it
>" hs that shi dissuaded more students than
rsuaded Meantime. she did shows for the U.S.0 and
ans Hospital, all up and down the Florida coast
Alter the war, Lenore met Hank, who had come with
Lenn; Ross to see her about one of her students. Somehow.
Lh< student was forgotten, and four weeks later Hank and
re were married she still has the feeling she's engaged
or going Steady, and says maybe after they celebrate then-
Golden Wedding Anniversary she'll feel really married.
Hank was intrigued with her ability and she went to
work for him in an office so small she had to wait in the
hall when he had a client. Then he took the job with the
City oi Miami Beach. It was difficult to get her back on the
subjectall she wanted to talk about was Hank, but un-
fortunately 1 don't have a "Man of the Week" column.
Lenore felt that each woman should watch, wait and
search for the right man for her. The right one is a dream
come true And that [s what Hank is for Lenore. She knows
1 ntleness and strength, and says the whole world stops
when he says hello or asks how someone is. for he is a man
who really cares about his fellow human beings. They are
good friends with their three children. Dorianne, Hale and
Daryl, and are teaching them to be independent, compas-
sionate and above all. truthful. Any building for the future
must be done on yesterday's truth, she saj -
Ignore has done many things, including research and
creative work. She has her own studio and clients, and has
many hobbies, including sculpting, painting and beading,
'which she also teaches 1 sewing, gardening and making gold
jewelry She does wax sculpture, writes articles and poetry
ant! has co-authored a textbook that has been translated
into four languages. A future project is a book about Hank.
Her main purpose in life is to create a home atmo-
sphere where Hank can "recharge his batteries" storing up
energy and rebuilding himself to be able to meet the day's
demands. They belong to Temple Emanu-El, but their
home is really their Templetheirs is a living religion.
Her home is her real profession and her desire to make it
a place of love, beauty and hope is always uppermost.
Because of Hank's work, they don't do much traveling,
but they have five bicycles, which the family uses for
entertainment and sports. Tennis buffs, they like to enter-
tain at home, gathering their friends about them. And their
friends enjoy the aura of abounding love and joy they find
in this home where the harmony of all is so apparent.

MARY KAPLAN
Gilbert Cohen And
Atlanta Girl Plan
June 15 Wedding
Mr, and Mrs. Bernard Kaplan
ol Atlanta announce the engage-
ment of their daughter, Mary, to
Gilbert Howard Cohen, son of Mr
and Mis. Georgi Cohen of Miami.
The bride-elect, who graduated
from the University of Michigan
where she was a member of Delta
. Phi Epsilon, is presently attending
graduate school at Georgia Stati
c'oli' ii : is employed by an
.1 :. rtisii firm.
The future bi n attended
Emory University, where he was
: sident ol Alpha Epsilon Pi
was a member ol AEU and
the IKC. Mr. Cohen is presently a
11 a1 I mory Mi dical School,
where he is pii sid< nl ol Phi Delta
Epsilon.
The wedding will be .Tun.' 15 in
the Aha vain Achim Synagogue.
Cynthia //. Rayiis
Engagement Told
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A Rayvfc
87 Shore Drive North, announce
,l, nt ol their daughter.
Cynthia Hope, to frvin David l! 1
dofsky, son ol Mr. and Mrs Martin
ofsky, ol Columbus, Ohio.
\ ,,1 (' n ;ii Gables
High School and 1 "hlo State l'ni-
\, rsity, where she was a member
ol Alph psilon Phi sorority and
I Flight, the bride-to-be is at
pns, nt teaching in the public
school system In Newton, Mas-.
A gradual" ol the Univi rait) of
Michigan, Mi Godofsk) is attend-
ing til. Colli ol Medicine at
Ohio State University.
Mr, and Mrs Raj \ is v ill enter-
tain in honor of thou daughter
and 1 1 11. ce on f> c 29, at the
1 (oral Country Cl lb
The wedding will take placi at
thi 1 d. : Roc Hot. I March 16.
Da rid Stern Weds
Israel AF Veteran
Ofra Klarman, daughter of Mr
and Mrs Naihiim Klarman of Kib-
butz Degania Beit, Israel, will be-
come the bride of Da\ id Stern,
son of Mr and Mrs. Jerome stern.
350 SW 26th Rd.. in ceremonies to
be held at Beth David Congn 1
turn Sundaj
The bride is a veteran of the
Israeli Air Force, and will begin
e next >ear.
The bridegroom, who is .1 gradu-
ate of Miami Senior High School.
.'ill graduate from the University
of Miami nexl June
CYNTHIA RAyvis
Junior Auxiliary Luncheon
The Jui
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luncheon meetii
at noon Tu sdaj
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Rent Steii
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Mrs Lillian Na
Hotikvoh BB Plans Party
Hatikvah Cliapti
B'rith Worm n will h
kali party at thi
1100 West A\i
ginning at 1 ': ;
Ann Rita Peyser
To Be May Bride
Mr. and Mrs Edward Peyser,
5911 SW 9th T. 1 announce" the
engagement of their daughter,
Ann Rita, to Emery Blau, son
of Mrs. Charles Blau, 7710 SW
54th Ave.. and the late Mr. Blau.
The wedding will take place in
May.
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Friday, December
""Jknisti ncrkfian
Paqe 19-B
When Temple Monorah held
its Israel Dinner of State reci nt-
ly at the Fontainebleau Hotel,
the guest ol honor was Julius j,
Rosen, who reci ived the Israel
Prime Mil ister"s Medallion. Mrs.
Rosen chose an ice-pink, silver-
. mboss< d gown for the dinner,
Rabbi Mayer AbramowiU's wife
wore .1 black silk crepe gown
with gold embroidered bands
slash il asj mmetrically a ross
i gown an I repeated ai thi
hemline. Mrs. Leonard Rosen,
wife or the Temple's president,
chose a long-sleeved, high-necked
gown In a son shad,' ol silver
blue, thi: waistline encircled with
. M is.
Mrs. Joseph Denmark's omcr-
grei i) chiffon featured a
.. led bib n< ckline. Mrs. Soi I i
1 inovitz chose an aqua and sil-
r brocade ensemble with facki t
i i match. Muted mint green was
the color choice of Mis. Jack
Burstein. Her silk and worsted
had a high jewel neckli
Mrs Jack Popick combined blue
silver in a silk plaid for h< r
- ftly tailored dress and match-
H coat. Cantor Nico Peldman's
wifi |: d her black silk ci



ing skirt with a black se-
i l shi 11 bodice, Among those
n the dais were Mrs. Roberl
Si< gel In a green ensemble, and
Mis. William Sucher in a black
formal.
A silver lame bodice was worn
with the hot pink cocktail suit
ioa n by Mrs. Ronald Heller.
Mrs. Allan Stratton's calusa coral
k crepe featured a modified
halter neckline. A white silk knit
with heavily beaded oriental-style
collar was seen on Mrs. David
Levene. Mrs. Jack Tatelman's
cocktail ensemble was In aqua-
marine silk with bugle beads
broidered around the V neck-
line.
MR. and JIBS. \\ M. ZAHLER
William Zahlers
Married 50 Years
Sunday. Oct. 20. Mr. and
William Zahler celebrated
Golding Wedding Anniver-
at a reception and dinner
in Ihcir honor by their chil-
Mr. and Mrs. Mori Zahler,
niece and nephew, Mr.
Sol Feinberg. at Para
Galerie 99
PAIN ITNGS nd CRAPHU S
11JJ KANE CONCOURSI
PAY HARBOR ISLANDS
Hi
.da
lay riun Satui
10 JO ... 10
Noon to 00 P M
Ph.
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Mrs. Benjamin 'Anna Brenneri
Meyers chose a shocking pirk
satin gown. Her fitted bodice had
bracelet length sleeves and full
th panniers were f< atured at
Ihi hark ol her skirt. Mrs. Jan
Bart's gown was in Mack Chan-
tilly Uu-e with jot sequins em-
broidered in clust< rs, Mrs. Sol
Sapot's raw -ilk was in an iced
turquoise color, with jewel but-
I cascading down the front of
the coat-styled dress. The warm
brown colors were Mrs. Ben
Bn sler's choice, and she com-
bim d a lace bodice uh a sal in
tkirl i
Pink and mini combined in
tl i silk plaid dress and coal en-
semble worn by Mrs. Nathan
s, iler. Mrs Ceil Yuloff's sheath
coml ined gold and champagne in
horizontal lines a mint green
I ide ensi mblc w .is seen on
Mrs. Sam Miller. The pink silk
brocade cocktail i worn
b) Mrs Sam Sell.: : ilui'od
a beaded bodice.
Mrs. Jerry Leichuk chose a
On
Mrs.
their
sarj
given
(Iron,
and their
and Mrs.
mus, N.J.
The Zahlers. who are grandpar-
ents of two. Penny and Kenny,
came to Miami Beach to make
their home when they retired in
1051 They came here from New
ark. N..I, where he had been in
the produce business.
Marilyn Seidman,
Milton J. Klompus
Married tSav, 27
In a candlelight ceremony at
the Deauville Hotel Wednesday
evening. Nov. 27, Marilyn Seidman
became the Bride of Milton J.
Klompus. Rabbi Mayer Abramo-
wit/ officiated.
Serving as maid (if honor was
Miss Sharyn Greene. Bridesmaids
wvre Helene Rutansky. Barbara
Pawliger and Adele Goldman.
Junior bridesmaids were Naomi
l-'rden and Debbie Klompus.
The groom chose his brother,
Dr. William Klompus. to serve as
best man. Ushers included John
Seidman. Richard Berger and
Marty Krovetz.
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs Sam-
uel Seidman, 1930 Bay Dr.. Miami
Beach, the bride graduati d from
("oral Gables High School and the
University of Miami. She is pres-
ently employed as a teacher in the
Dadc County school system.
The bridegroom, whose parents
an Mr, and Mis. Ralph Klompus
ot 8911 Garland Aw.. Surfside,
is a graduate of Bound Brook High
School, Hound Brook. N'.J.. and
the University of Florida, where
he was a member of Alpha Epsilon
Pi fraternity,
Alter a wedding trip to Jamaica
ami New York, the couple will live
in Hialeah.
MRS MILTON J. KLOMPUS
pink silk crepe bodice, cut with
a bati au neckline and worn with
a black velvet evi ning skirt. Mrs,
Sheldon Leichuk also s. Iccted
the flattering bateau neckline,
but her gown was in Mack silk
Mrs. Abe Nen til Iress
was in the matelasse weave In
silver lame. a:id featun d a high
jewi neckline. A ; gown,
' t in the modified A-line sil-
houette was worn by Mrs. Na-
I Gli ;man. II, r waist-
ai ki i was I at li d with
jewel trim Blue matelasse, with
a ihtle silver cast, was worn by
Mrs Jack Rifkin, Jewel buttons
were featured down the front of
her lin ss,
"Why Settle for te$$ Get The Best'
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nina
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FR 4-9081
JA. CANTOR Associates, Inc.
1451 N. B.( shore Drue
UWD INVESTMENTS FOR MOFESSIOMIS IT PROFESSIONALS
and earn $25,000 per year!
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Wont Your
Own Business?
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bitieos atisc
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I Richfield
4S-5388Doy,or
I "6-3075 E.en,9l
TWO-BEDROOM
HOME IN S.W.
$18,500
hi ; :ash
Cor-
I
Coral Wa
Two sup( r marl
Call HI 4-49^9
Soiltll-W r-|
Miami
4 Bedroom ] ,
tlcset' I
rooms, eat
Oven 0 ^ .
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pool, (.
, 13 7 5
Phon 2g

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4 Brdroom. 3 both
oir, heal, 2 cor garoao 16
closets. Unusually equipped
kitchen. OWNER In low
SS0.0O0. Phone PL 1-9051.
Bl SINES*
OPPORTI Mil
Partner wanted for thriving
Bisc. Blvd. thrift shop.
Small Investment Required
Call 445 8154
Anytime
BujineM Ii
Heort of Little River
24' i ICO". Zoned C-4
Only $$,500 WITH TERMS
Oral E. Morton
REALTOR
23$ MX Trtti Street
Phone Pt 8 0551
Coral Gables Home
NEW UST1NC ON
WATMWAY
l.v.ly ondornitrk 3 bed
room 2 both hMW M beovt.
folly lowdscooed lot. Hiqh
bridoe* only to By. This
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OH. 444-7*1*-las. 440-1U 3


December 13. 1968
knisl fhirktiiciiv-
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lirntolional. new, jet :a J electroitolic copier n comple'ely
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pine. Copies anything tne eye
I iee in iecond*. Copies actual
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Una 151.1 S4S-I7I1
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947-9081 [Mumil
Icour adjoining waterfront
ts 100' x 100' each in beauti.
|'ui Venetian Shore located
en Plantation Key $5,500
? >ch or 120.0000 tor parcel.
O Boynton Res 2212701
(EYES CO. 43rd Year
REACTORS
Io60 S Dixie Mighw.ly
COCONUT GROVE
HOME FOR RENT
Bnyshore Or. Estate Home
lolonial. 2 Fireplaces. 4 Bed-
loom, 4 Baths plus maid's
Luorters. Completely screen-
ed pool and patio area. Fully
quipped kitchen with dish
usher and disposal. Bed-
irooms carpeted. Will rent
[either seasonal or by the
|yeor.
Call 443-B672, 4448S97
CO-OP
FOR
SALE
MAGNIFICENT view on Bay
Harbor Island luxury apt.,
" ated Pool revert* cycle
oir cond., newly decorated,
including lovely carpeting. 1
bedroom apt. Priced at S28,-
OOO. Call for appointment
166-9035.
WELL EQUIPPED
CABINET SHOP
Now making fine furniture
(or decorators. Nice location
and well lighted shop in new
building. 2,000 sq. ft. with
plenty of parking. Opportuni-
ty for right party to take over
nice business at reasonable
price. For appointment call
759 9923 days, or 865 3472
| tvenings.
1 ACRE NURSERY.
Fence, Sheds
Sprinklers.
4000 Exotic Plants
10291 SW 64th St.
661-1484 Owner
SQUARE 10 ACRES
Completely fenced. 4 bed-
'oom, 2 bath home with 2
car garage and swimming
pool on 5 acres. $325 monthly
'ncome from 3 rental houses
on adjoining 6 acres $59,500.
Call Lydn Vihlen Kno>,
Associate 238-5948.
|Velma S. Cray, Realtor
1135 N KROME
Phone 247-0857
Paqe 21-B
Courteous Complete
24 Hour Service
LELA B. REED, Realtor
575 NE. 125th Street
North Miami, Florida
Phone 751-1688
CORAL GABLES HOME
OPEN 12-5
Completely furnished Porker
designed 3 bedroom 2 bath,
extra large home on over-
filed lot, Florida room, locat-
ed on qgiet street 2 blocks
from U. of M. If you are look-
ing for something different,
this is it. $40,500. 1451
Urbino Avenue. Owner. No
agents 667-8144.
BUSINESS
OPPORTUNITY
DENIAL LAB
SELL DOWNTOWN
SACRIFICE
373-1055
Miami Springs Home
By Owner
3 Bedroom, 2 Bath on 125'
x!25' Corner of Hammond &
Bluebird Enclosed Garage
and Carport. Central Heat &
Aii- Cond. Many unusual
features.
Phon 888-9781 to 5 P.M.
After 5 and weekends
821-tuoJ
MODERN COLONIAL
3 bedroom, 2 bath, dressing
room. 2 linen and 8 walk-in
clothes closets, garage and
porch. New kitchen, pantry,
central air and heat, insulat-
ed attic, fully carpeted and
draped. Completely furnished
including new color TV. Fully
landscaped 100x150' corner
lot. fenced back yard, spnnk.
ler system. 2 blocks from
Temple and school. Substan-
tial cash needed. 5800 S.W.
So St.. South Miami. 666-6084
HIGH FARMLAND
ON ROAD
IN GROWTH AREA
OF SOUTHWEST DADE
2.5 ACRES
S5 DOWN S62 13 MONTH
S ACRES
H DOWN J125 MONTH
40 ACRES
V. MILE PAVED ROAD
Th*'. excellent invesime' I p
Ofe ieooy toi building, toir-.rg 0
g'oves.
Joseph C. Fstrow. A.io<.
Ft. J. FEWELL,
REALTOR
2300 Pence 445 7755
55 MOTEL UNITS
GOOD location, pool. S79.000
gross, possible $50,00
Will Handle
CENTRAL DADE
Realtors 448-4489
1241 S.W. 27th Avenue
Miami, Florida
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY
AMERICAN NUT
Sales Of So. Florida
6660 BISCAYNE BLVD.
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Part Time No Selling
EARN S600 monthly, 4 to 6
hours weekly easy and plea-
sant replacing inventory,
small investment. For ap-
pointment Call 757 1504.
8-YEARLY APTS.
In Two one story Building
on large lot. Near 163rd
St. SI2.000 Gross. Excellent
6 Financing.
$27,500 CASH DOWN
BERIOW-REISFIEID, Realtors
1140 N.E. 163rd Street
Phone 945-4308
Go Public
PRIVATE COMPANIES
WANTED FOR
ACQUISITIONS
& MERGERS
W "I" i.....' puti
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SOUTHLAND
CORPORATE SERVICES
5'J6J N E rnd Avrnu*1. M-.n
Phone 758-06^
COMMERCIAL
FRONTAGE
230' on Ravenswood Rd plus
large R3 lots. All for
$39,000 with terms. Ask for
list 172
GILL REALTY,
REALTORS
4900 SO. DAVID ROAD
583 0831 < Ft. Laud I
Phone 445-Oi4
NORTH MIAMI
New Beautiful
Deluxe Quality 14 Units.
100o occupied. Central Air-
Heat, City Sewers. $24,240
Gross. Pride of Ownership.
Bonnie Lancaster, Associate.
Phone 891-1300
KEYES CO. 43rd Year
REALTORS
1705 N.E. 123rd Street
2 BUILDINGS
3,000 Sq. Ft. Each, large
walkin coolers and freeicrs.
Ideal location Will rent
seperately or both. For
information,
Call Seymour Friend
531-6507
HOLLN WOOD HILLS
p. i U' !u I Ovvnpr
has beer transferred -ir"i
f. ust tell now Lovely 3 Bert.
iti I me with fami-
ly room nnd screen pat'O. 2
c.V gar,i;je Centr.il air-heat,
Hurry Hurry! Hurry' Eves.
C.iii Co! Dnhmen, Assoc.
987-804S
PRESTIGE REALTY
Computerised Office
4514 Hollywood Blvd.
to.M-01 M No Toll
PORT LARGO
A Sun-Drenched homesite
community on the Atlantic
Ocean, in the center of Key
Largo where it never frosts
Utilities and paved roads
throughout this tropical
paradise and within walking
distance of shopping center,
post office library and meet-
mfl ".ill for many local acti-
vities Exclusive property
owners ocean-side park pro-
tected sea-pool, boat ramp,
picnic sea pool.lioat ramp,
picnic .irr.i and excellent
shore fishing from s.i'e
jett'es
Spacious canalfront sites
from $6,500 only $300 dov.n
i-.i 4 monthly Inside lots
With tU I "> the ocean
from $^ iXK>. $'00 down and
$30 monthly Can defer pay-
ment until 1"69 if desired
hut reserve you lot and let
us write your contract at to-
days lowest prices
Retired military now living
in Part Largo like the 30
minute drive to Homestead
AFB commissary and hos
piMI See new model duplex
priced under $22,000 live
in half and let rent 'rom
the other pay your expenses.
A Card or letter to Pert
Largo, Box 323, Dept. MH,
Key Largo. Fla. 33037 or
phone 305:R52-S641 will be
promptly answered without
obligation or bothersome
personal follow-up. Visitor?
Take V S. 1. 28 miles below
Homestead to Marker 100.
Office and subdivision en-
trance across highway from
the German Inn.
IN COCONUT GROVE
SI000 PER MONTH
2 LARGE PRIVATE PATIOS
2 BEDROOMS, 2 BATHS
lovely landscaped Pool Area
'TL
olutnnt
443-8672 444-8597
3 BRAND NEW
COIN LAUNDRY
UNDER CONSTRUCTION
Real Money Makers
No 1 Hialeah near 2 large
super markets to open Apr.
1. 1969. Total down payment
$'0,000. No. 2 Near 125 St.
and Biscayne Blvd. N.E. This
one will he a real winner.
2,100 Sq. Ft. store alongside
existing major super markets
$12,000 will handle.
No. 3 North Ft. Lauderdale
at very busy intersection,
free standing building, own
parking lot with large super
markets and department
store. Will open Jan. 1, 1969.
$11,000 down.
All can Be Financed For 5
Years FOR Information on
all or any of these, call Mr.
Johnson 754-9523.
FLORIDA KEYS
Key Largo Home
CBS 2 STORY, 4
BEDROOM, 2 BATH,
CAR and BOAT PORT
NEAR PARK
SI 7,900.
Call 947-2050
CORAL GABLES
HOME
Reduced S10.0C0
ELEGANT 2 STORY
CORAL WAY
BEST B'.iY IN r.ABuES
VERY SPACIOUS
3 BEDROOM
COLONIAL. TOP LOCATION
Imi u- .ncy
Excellent Financing
; Owner 667.4 l -
OWNER RETIRING
Must Sell Bike and
Lawn Mower Shop
In Busy N.W.
Shopping Center
S3,000 Handles
Information Cull
221-2123
SIMON COHEN
Developer Builder
CHOICE not CHANCE
HAS BROUGHT THE MORE THAN
300 FAMILIES HERE TO
STAR LAKES ESTATES
CONDOMINIUM LIVING FOR ADULTS OF
GOOD TASTE WHERE THE ACCENT IS
QUALITY NOT QUANTITY.
SOMETHING NEW HAS BEEN ADDED
STAR LAKES
NOW OFFERING FOR SALE TWO NEWLY OPENED SECTIONS
Magnificent 1 t 2 Bedroom
Condominium Apartments with 1, 1'i
and 2 baths.
AS
LOW
AS
Approx.
$4,190
CASH DOWN
$160
Monthly
lac
c Jl'
Model Condominium Apart-
ments open daily. If you wish
transportation call us for free
pick-up and return.
COAAE OUT TODAY!
BE OUR GUEST
Jewish Temple adjacent to condominium
All apartments terraced.
All apartments face a beautiful lake
You will enjoy and share in the own-
ership of 100 beautiful acres.
Your own private beach and refresh-
ing lake is at your door. *
For your health and relaxation
there's a completely equipped Sau-
na-Health Sp?- beautiful swimming
pool; 9-hole putting course; magnifi-
cent auditorium; planned programs.
STAR LAKES
StiaXet
Beach Office
1447 Washington Av,
532-2347
N.i. 2nd Avo. and 191ft Street
FREE BUS SERVICE...call
SALE OFFICE 624-9061 OR 624-2676
Take North-South Expressway (1-95) to Route No. 441. Continue to N.E. 191$f Street
Turn Right (East) 4 Blocks to Model$.
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A HAPPY HOLIDAY
TARASCH PHARMACY
621-9961 NA 1-2881 18315 N.W. 7th Avenue
B'nai B'rith Miami Beach Lodge's luncheon
club marks the 87th birthday of Dr. Abra-
ham Wo If son. for the past 19 years the
,lub's weekly newscaster of Jewish current
events. From left are: (seated) Council of
South Florida Lodges president Samuel
bnry Gilbert, 55,
es Suddenly
rj C,'.'- -.'. 55, who had !>on
in the Jewish community
re from New York
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'standing) Samuel Weiner, Irving Schenker,
Lawrence H. Shuman, Leo Rutstein, Edith
Kapell, Byrdie Zahler, lodge president Mal-
colm H. Fromber, Jeanette Miller, Gershon
S. Miller and Jack August.
Sky Lake Chanukah Dance
Sky I-aki- Synagogue, in North
Miami Hr-ach, will hold a Chanu-
kah dance and cocktail party Sat-
urday evening at thi synagogue,
rhe congregation's ;' school
will nreseni a Cha: ah
Sunday morning.
City of Hope Anniversary
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Melvin Richard
Is BB Speaker
Melvin Richard, a former mayor
i Miami Beach, will be the truest
liter at the Dec 24 meeting of
Miami Beach Lodge B*l I.. B'rith.
cofan H. Fromberi;. president,
ha-, also announced speakers for
: Tuesday luncheon meetings
held at 12:30 p.m. in the I4 I
Hot.,
<>n Tuesday the lodge and its
-'.s will be addr-ss.d by Kd-
ward J Melniker vice president
of ihe Mercantile National Bank.
>: Dec. 31. the final Tuesday of
th>- year, the l.xige will hear from
Samuel Pascoe. a former preil
dent of the organization, who is
one of the leaders in B'nai B'rith
work in South Florida as president
of the South Florida Council of
B'nai B'rith Lodges
MJUrSJMU COHfN
Harry Genet Is Chairman
Of Anniversary Journal
Harry Genet, long time com-
munal leader and one of the Jacob
C. Cohen Community Synagogue
founders, has been named chair-
man of the congregation's fifth
anniversary journal. Jacob C Co-
hen, president, has annour.
To be published next March. the
journal will include a pictorial
section on the recent visit t i I--
rael of Rabbi Tibor H Sten
spiritual leader of the con
tion.
Cohen Named
Chairman Of
CJA Unit
iheti hai
the chairmanship of the >.:-.:
Division of the Great
JewWi [
J> wish .'
Fund it was announced by Rabbi
Mayer Abramowitz oi Ten
Menurah. a member of the High
Rise and Residence Leaden
Cabinet
A retired steel fabricator. Mr
Cohen is vice president "f the
Surfside Civic Association, a m n
ber of Temple Israel, and one ,,:
the founder! and a director of
Temple Anshe Sholom. Olympia
Fields. III.
"With Mr Cohen leading the
ua,. _.. Surfside this area will Appeal-Israel En*
ivith a banner year camftaign." Rabbi a
- Combined Jewish licted.
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Emil Cohen, popular humorist,
is among the performers sched-
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Festival sponsored by the Israel
Bond Organization at Miami
Beach Auditorium Sunday eve-
ning, Dec. 22.
Baroque Society Concert
The Younu Artists Bai
ciety Concert Orchestra "ill give
a [xrformanoe under the bal
H. Warren Signor In the Great
Room of the Hi I Hotel
at 8:15 p.m. T lej laj I;
Mainuart. 19-year-old vi
will be feature
The orchesti
the second in thi irrent series
sponsored !.-. the Musi u I Arts
.. which will : I
s> asoi : i -.'
at the home ol Mia
Mayor and Mrs Jaj Den
'The Commissars' Is Topic
The novel, 'The Con i -
by !::-: '.'.' w ill i- dis-
cussed at the Oneg Shabbat meet-
of the David Pinski Literary
'Club at 832 Washington Ave.,
Miami Beach. Friday at 8 p m
The .. tho will read i cl apter
..: t: and the will
also include a talk by I. Lasavin,
dramal roeil by M
Ghit/es rid n sica lions
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Miami. Florida. Friday December 13,
1963
Section
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Jlie By MIRIAM RABINOWICZ
NEW YORK
When the State of Israel was reborn 20
years ago, no one had any doubt what the
emblem of the young State would be.
The menorah, the seven-branch candela-
brum which was the oldest symbol of
Judaism, became almost automatically the
national symbol of the Jewish State, con-
tinuing a chain that traces back to the time
of Sinai.
From the very beginnings of the Jewish
faith, the menoiah. as the symbol of the holy
light, has held an important role. It was in
the wilderness that God commanded Moses
to make a seven-branch candelabrum for
the service of the sanctuary.
The Divine injunction (Exodus 25:31)
reads:
"And thou shalt make a candlestick of
pure gold; of beaten work shall it be
made, even its base and its shaft; its
cups, its knebs, and !ts flowers shall be
of one piece with it."
One Bezalel. the son of Uri, the son of
Chur. was commissioned to carry out the
assignment. The Talmud gives us the di-
mensions of this menorah. It stood in our
measurements, about 72 inches high with a
spread of 36 inches. Its central shaft and
six branches were of the same height, so
that all seven lamps symbolize the perfect
life. Another interpretation regards the
menorah as the symbol of the tree of life,
and its branches as representing the planets,
the firmament and the days of creation.
From the Sanctuary, the holy menorah
was subseguently transferred to the Temple.
No one knows what happened to Moses'
menorah, which disappeared without a
trace. According to legend, it was hidden
by the priests before the Babylonians de-
stroyed the First Temple and sent the Is-
raelites into exile.
Pillage, persecution, dispersion- in the
circumstances surrounding the loss of the
first menorah, one of the earliest-recorded
works of Jewish art, we have in microcosm a
history of the fate that overtook countless
ritual objects in the centuries that followed.
Of the ten great candelabras that Hiram cf
Tyre wrought for King Solomon, of the holy
menorah that stood in Herod's Temple, no
trace is left. Indeed, of all the works of Jew-
ish religious art cieated in ancient and
medieval times, a mere handful still exists.
After the disaster of 70 CE. the rabbis
placed a ban on exact reproductions of the
Temple menorah in particular proscribing
its use in synagogues. As a result, relatively
few examples of the seven-branch candle-
stick are to be found although it is freguently
represented as a decorative or symbolic de-
vice. The rabbinic interdiction thus brought
into general use the eight-branch candle-
stick, which had become important during
the Second Jewish Commonwealth as a re-
minder of the Maccabean victory over the
Syrians in 165 BCE. It is this version, known
as the "Chanukiah," that is widely used
today during the festival of Chanukah.
The miracle of the Chanukah lights has
been re-enacted for over 21 centuries by the
lighting of candles or oil wicks for the ei-jht-
day period from the 25th of Kislev to the 2nd
day of Tevet. From the simple Roman clay
burners fashioned by the ecily craftsmen
were developed chanukiot in myriad forms
and media.
What is believed to be the oldest repre-
sentation of the menorah- the seven-branch
version appears on coins of the Hasmonean
kings, many of which can be seen in New
York's Jewish Museum.
The earliest actual menorah which has
ye! to come to light is one dating from the
Second Century, excavated from a syna-
gogue site near Tiberias. This menorah,
which may well be the oldest ritual object
in existence, is now in the possession of the
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54 Senior Citizens Treated To Dinner
MR. AND MRS. JACK CARNtR
5175,000 Gift To Heart Institute Is
innounced By Mr. and Mrs. Carner
When Helen and Jack Carner
oiiyht "Boxwood" the beautiful
bdge estate in Rye. NY., 25
tars a;jo. there was no synagogue
Rye They saw the need, and
(iiir generosity made the Commit-
lj Synagogue there ;, reality."
In y still continue to support that
nagogue whenever it is in need
help. Their philanthropy i~ ex-
inded to educational and commu-
"> groups as well as religious
Iroups. however They have con-
priuted to Hrandeis University as
iX'New Yorker
Joins Realty Firm
Eleanor (Mrs Abba) Abrams a
Miner resident of New York who
purchased a home in Surfside.
now associated with Penton and
tuskat, Realtors, 52!) Arthur God
rey Rd., .Miami Beach She will
becialize in ihe sale of quality
psidential and commercial prop
rti< -
Mrs Abrams has for over 20
|ears served as national speaker
the United Jewish Appeal
well as ;, number cf hospitals.
The Carners for 16 years have
maintained a second home in Mi-
ami Beach, where Mr. Carner is
founder and chairman of the board
of Carner Hank.
The Miami Heart Institute in
Miami Beach is the latesl to bene-
fit from the earners' generosity.
Osmer SI (lair Deming, president
of the Institute, has announced a
4ii! of $175.1101) which Will make.
possible the expansion and im-
provement of the X-ray depart-
ment, and the installation of the
latesl in radiological equipment
When Ihe expansion is completed,
a bronze plaque inscribed, "The
Helen and .lack Carner Radiology
Suite." will be installed in the
X raj department.
Robert Summers, admiristrator
hi Miami Heart Institute, said
the new and improved facilities
ma le possible bv earner's gilt will
leip the Institute keep pace with
the continual program ol expan-
-. i n being undertaken Ihere
Fifty-four Senior Citizens who
" alone and were faced with a
!'' k I '" iving, eel. brated the
nplcte din-
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presented u th corsages The onlj
common hum! was thai e a ch .if
them wears a Beltone Hearin
and none ha i anyone here in Mi
Abie Nathan On
Second Mission
For Biafra Aid
NEW YORK UTAi The Biafra
Relief Services Foundation sen I a
DC-8 jet to Biafra this week with
S350.000 worth of medicine, medi-
cal and surgical supplies, food and
children'- clothing Abie Nathan.
the Israeli peace pilot, was aboard
the chartered airplane a- coordin-
ator of the mercy mission. Mem-
bers of the Canadian. Dutch and
Danish Parliaments, as well as
newsmen, were on tin- flight.
The medicine and medical sup-
plies were c illected from a num-
ber of American companies by the
B'nai B'rth Foundation and the In-
ternational Rescue Committee The
Biafra Relief Services Foundation
raised S45.uoo to paj the cost of
the plane flight. Much of the monej
was contributed in small amounts
b) individuals, many ol them
young persons Students at a num-
ber of colleges and high school,
conducted special campaigns to
raise funds to paj for the charter.
Before making I hi- second mer-
cy High! to Biafra from the United
States, Mr Nathan commented,
"The young people ol America
have demonstrated their idealism
aii.l .1" lication."
'm to spend their holiday with.
"W. conceived th,- idea
yeai -
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after ihe I
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S;mcha Din tiz (right. Iniormation officer at the Israel Em-
bassy, congratulates Capt. Vitaly Nicolaieff (left!, an Air
France pilot, for the letter's role in securing the release of
the hijacked El Al airliner from Algeria. Looking on is
Henri Marescot. vice president and general manaqer of
Air France.
Air France Pilot Honored For His Role
In Securing El Al Israel Jet's Release
NEW YORK Top American
Jewish leaders, officials of Israel.
France and Air France gathered
here recently to honor Air France
Captain Vitaly Nicolaieff. who was
instrumental in obtaining the re-
lease of the hijacked El Al Israel
Airline plane, passengers and crew
from Algeria and who himself flew
the El Al plane out when it was
released.
A first vice president of the In
tt-rnational Federation of Airline
Pilots Associations. Captain Nico-
laieff told the guests at the lunch-
eon that hi< association condemned
and rejected very strongly any
case of hijacking and that through-
out the negotiations with Algeria.
he felt that the French people
wire behind him to obtain the
firedom of the Israeli plane and
crew.
The American Jewish commu-
nity leaders at the luncheon in-
cluded Irving Bernstein, executive
director of the United Jewish Ap
in New York: Mrs. Charlotte
J ibson of the Jewish Agency;
Ji i : h R Hamilton,
isurer of thi Zi nisi Organiza
: tmerici Yi huda Hellman.
executive dire tor o( the C< nfer-
ence >f Presidents of Ma jor Amer-
Jewish Oi ins: Dr
.1 I'ri::/. chairman <>f the
Compliments
of
MR. AND MBS.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
TO ALL
Located at
227 Seybold Bldg.
Greetings for a Most
Happy Chanukah From
MR. and MRS.
DONALD FARBER
MR. and MRS.
MILTON RICHMOND
Holiday Greetings From .
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Serving North Dade Are*
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governing board of the World Jew-
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Schacter. chairman of the Confer-
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ican Jewish Organizations and
president Of the Religious Zionists
of America: Mrs. Max Schenk.
president Of Hadassah and Jacques
Torczyner, president of the Zionist
Organization of America.
Peter Brunswick, the public re-
lations director of El Al. attended
the gathering Israel was repre-
sented at the luncheon by Simcha
Dinitz, Minister of Information, Is-
rael Embassy, and Andre Nemo.
Assistant Minister of Information
at the French Embassy, was also
present.
I Air Fiance officials included
j Henri Marescot, vice president and
I general manager: Roland Hawk-
ins, United States regional man-
ager: Jacques Cruchon, Controllee
I'Etat and Mrs Nina Robinson, a
- iltant to Air France.
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Dahlia Abrcmcwitz, daughter of Rabbi and Mrs. Mayer
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zy Dr. Sol Lichter. principal, at the school's annual Crown
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Gladden the Hearts of All Jewry
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL OUR t-RIENDS AI
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HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
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Mrs. Hannah Hirsch, a patient at Shalom Nursing and Con-
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white and blue scarf she has crocheted as part of the
People Helping People" project under way at Shalom and
Sossin s Gardens and Rehabilitation Center in Miami. The
elderly patients are creating hundreds of toys, decorative
articles and clothes for needy children.
Kiiiniv Girl' To Benefit Brandeis
Roller Skate Rag" dance con The contests are in connection
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the Hialeah R i pi Rink in connec numbers in "Funny Girl called
lion with the opening ( "Funnj the "Roller Skate Ra
Girl ;it thi- Carib Tin atre Won
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opening night Women's Committee
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Friday. December 13
1968
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Flagler Insurance Agency Forms
New Group Coverage Company
Members of the Y Women look over new
merchandise from Chanukah for the Gift
Shop of the YMHA of Greater Miami.
Shown from left; are: Mrs. I'.ona Gordon,
Mrs. Thelma Albert, Mrs. Harvey Trupkin
and Mrs. David Gonshak.
Communists Face Crisis Over Soviet Middle East Policy
PARIS ifi Communist Party, lor.g one of
t.'.e most obedient to the Moscow
party line, was reported this week
t be undergoing a serious crisis
i- a result of the Soviet attitude
to. ard Israel and the anti-Semitic
tjtnd of the Polish
Party.
A number of local Jewish party
r -mbers are in revolt against the
party leadership and have demand-
ed that their voices be heard in
Criticism of the Moscow and War-
aw attitudes.
per "Nate Presse" openly criticiz-
ed the Soviet stand on the Middle
East. Commenting on the text of
the Soviet Communist Party's re-
cent declaration on the Middle
East, the paper said in an editorial.
"If this is the real expression of
Communist Soviet sentiment, we. on our part,
want to express our astonishment
and dissatisfaction over the stand
of the Soviets for their lack of con-
sideration and for their dangerous
provocation of Arab extremists."
Several Jewish Communists have
written to the general press to reg-
ister dissatisfaction with the par-
ty's central committee and to urge
a basic reorganization of the
French Jewish Communist Partv.
Flagler Financial Planning Inc..
an offshoot of Flagler Insurance
A-i'iiiv ha- aen formed by Donald
Kaplan and Marvin Haven and is
boh open for business at 129 US
79th 51 The firm offers a group of
its '.....-' in the
planning cl fe and accident
and health nsion and
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impetus
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denl of Flagli r Insurance Ai
\\ gre hero to fill thai ne I
The parent company, Flagler In
surance Agency, is known a- one of
the most succe-sful tionding and
Anti-Jewish Phone Calls To
TORONTO iJTAThe Bell Tele-
phone Company >aid this week the
use of telephone service for anti-
Semitic purposes by the Canadian
National Socialist Party was legal
and the company could not cut off
the service unless it was establish
ed that the recorded mi
DONALD KAPLAN
commercial insurance I
country. M ith ma: >
as clients.
Continue In Toronto
Used were obscene or lib" The
party, headed by John
distributing a Torontc
number which, when ca bqU
the caller onto a racordi
extolling the National -
movement and accusing the Jews
of controlling the Cat
HAROLD DINERMAN has been
appointed director of community
services of the National Jewish
Welfare Board.
The Jewish Communist newspa-
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A HAPPY CHANUKAH
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Miami-751-5451
SAN JUAN HOTEL
1630 Collins Ave.,
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2000 Park Ave., Miami Beach
IRWIN GOLDBERG
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Holiday Greetings From .
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61 N.W. 5th Street
373-5737
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2940 N.E. 188th Street
Miami, Florida
Phone 945-7518
. Holiday Greetings .
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2180 N W 24th Avenue
Phone 635-0663
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150S.E. 2nd Avenue
Suite 200
Phone 373-0621
Chanukah Greetings
Dr. Israel's
Health Shoe Inc.
1665 Michigan Avenue
(ott the Mall)
Miami Beach
Tel. 538-3031
A HAPPY
CHANUKAH TO ALL
Marine Engine Overhaul
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Distributors
Universal Marine Engines
Crusader Marine Engines
both Gas and Diesel
MIAMI MARINE
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418 S.W. 2nd AVENUE
Miami 36, Florida
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845 N.E. 1st Avenue
Phone 358-1720
Holiday Greetings To All
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351 N.W 42nd Avenue, Miami. Florida
Phone 445-3591
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Friday. December 13, 1988
El Al Airlines
'Adopts' Village
Bearing Its ISanie
el al. Israel Bar Mltzvah
i- an Important occasion for any
boy, bul those born In Mosha\ El
Al durtrfg this first year ol its
existence, will have a snecial Bar
Mitzvah. Plans are being m
now for i ach I I n a trip
abroad, 13 yeai s hi e, oi the
airline >>< ai ing the
plans for the
t of tho "ado| ar-
i :ii hi I)l Al, a tn w rii-
i r it i "a m u here 50 j i
i acl an ixi ; ci ids out ol
barn .
mosha\ on Ihe ed Syria
based Is econom; Irs
11 arl armj i ami r, is located on
the Golan H its near the new
Israi l-Syrian border and a few
miles from the eastern shore of
the Sea of Galilee.
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Paqe 9-C
Holiday Greetings To All
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FOR ANY 011 ASIOX
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Happy Chanukah Tc All
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3526 N.W. I7th Avenue, Miami
Phone 635-6476
SKI A DSVER WPS'EIES
UC3 5rh S'l-'e', Miami Beach 532-3084
I. :: E .' hi
Recent luncheon of the Greater Miami Chap'.er, Brandeis
University National Women's Committee, honored Ronald
V. Glens are Mrs. Harry M. Kaplan (left), administrative vice
president, and Mrs. Benjamin Kresberg, president.
Tin industrious young farmers
- a\iraK<' age 20 years founded
the settlement as a living memo-
rial to the youngsters who died
lighting the fierce battle of the
Heights during last year's Six-Day
War. They have already culti-
vated 750 acres. Springs in the
area have been harnessed for irri-
gation HmMings have been ex-
panded anil construrtcd to accom-
modate the growing community.
A "restaurant is scheduled to open
in what was a Syrian officer's
Club.
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The tender age of the farmers
an prdfrfjite'd El Al Airlines to adopt'
the village. That adoption is part
of the significant progress that
has been made at the kibbutz.
When the airline's executives
first visited the cooperative farm,
assistance'was offered in cash or
labor, The settlers agreed unani-
mously that field work from the
El Al staff on weekends would be
more constructive and would de-
velop stronger ties between the
airline and the agricultural com-
munity.
El Al staff in Tel Aviv head-
quarters literally jumped at the
oportunity to be part of the pio-
neering effort and have been trav-
eling regularly to the outpost.
helping at tasks from plowing and
plumbing to baby sitting.
The relationship between the
airline and the settlement of El Al
was destined. Even as a Syrian
village it bore the same name,
which means in Arabic, as it does
in Hebrew, '"to the skies."
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-lenitf nnridfi i>r
Friday, December l;
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
Misdirected Faith
i; .l.l.i I ir ; i. I I
;> RABBI l>\\II> LEIIRFIELD
Kneseth larnrl < niiiir'jc:ition
Miami Beat h
is vorj interest
.: si i m i by our
ab regard to the i
. i itiins; inoi I
i" this week's
r, The b
ler had dreamt .1
,i verj sin
In his
he had
t.ik. n ripe cl is-
ipes
squci :
. cup

cup to Pharaoh.
'l" li rabbis
i hat in tins
il the butler the woi d 'cup'
-:. i s. Hei
rink u ps ol w im on

W'l i inunent for
rabbis to naki Thej are toll-
^ thai >ne of the reasons we
I Four cups ol wini on Pesach
iijhl is to remind us ol the
es that th w .1 'cu| 'was men-
. .1 \v. the drenm of "th< b
' K'e ask oursi l\ s the ol vi ms q
What conm rtion is there h> -
ween the cups ol wine L'i\. i
... d of Pharaoh ami the : i n
that we drink on
-
Howe> i r mj frien Is 1
l.-i' our rabbis are trying to poii I
hi -i truism i Jewish historj
ire told i: the Talmud
L
bag* k fin :-.: I In
> il -i uuh the <
'' K.ihl-iiiiij| A<-
rdiiMtor of the features
. heft is
DR MAX L1PSCHITZ
Spiritual Leader of
Bp.tii Tokah Congregation
oi North Mmmi Beach
h had to
- is In.MUSI'
. ith and fate in
ol i e im' ler. Had Jo-
seph i laced ins '
G vould have be< n re-
iur lesson in the
n .':..' shi] s thai we have with
the \ orld. Ti to ol ten, w e think
II at by placing o ir faith in the
Is of the i".' le world,
we shall I ifical ion ai .1
This is not the case, The
ice our faith with the
world and less in God, tne more
n e are di stin< .1 to sul fer at the
Is of tl'.'' world.
In our own time we placed our
faith in the hands of the United
Nat inns to Justify our righl to
and nothing was accom-
i, d 'it.nly we placed our faith
i; d and \ anquishi d our
n i< s ourselves.
'! ime is true in every day
and Kir first lesson ol this
sinn le fai I Is found in t he stor>
.; E "-'I. All the pleadings and
il leal machinati ms ..i Most -
Aaron to make Pharaoh re-
l< asc the Jewish pei to
;l the Almight.v i: let -
i aid sn iti t::
From here th
out sa ation lay in
i'i. i: | not
hand
Th is wh u. drink tin
ine on 1 II
. lind ns thai just as Joseph w as
il b> the hand <( a man
whoi ii whom
he had placed b it he
u as saved only by the hand of
I '. id, so, too, in I !gj pt oi .
crisis our tion will come
from God and nol from man.
To remind us ol this simple
fact, ih" Talmud lias told us that
the four cups ol wine on Pesach
i are symbolic of the four
futile cups mentioned in the
dream of the butler
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Vayos/wv
Alan It. Kesaler
Alan B. Kessler Is
Elected President
Of Local UAHC Unit
Alan B Kessler, imnie
president ol Beth Am, has been
ted president of the s >u t h
FIi rida Federation of the L'nion
Vmet Hebrev Congrega
ions
Mr Kessli r, w ho residi ritl
family al 1444 Siena v
i : Gables, Mas nam< I al
ting ol ihe l'e leration'< > v i
u'.ive board here lasl week Hi-
imalicallj makes h
' the B >ai I ol I'i us
lees f thi I organizal
\< .'. i m Judaism i
caih ar I nallj. Mr. K
-crW'.l two terms as pre;
Beth Am. one of Greater M at
: e-t synagogues His i i
Esther is immediate past presi-
denl of the temple's Sistei h
A practicing attorney in Dade
County before joining with his
partner. Jerome II Weinkie. to
form the Dutch Inns cf America
lodging chain based in Coral Ga-
bles, Mr Kessler was recently
named to the "Hall of Fame' of
Hospitality Magazine, one of the
lodging industry's leading trade
publications
The brothers ti p Joseph and throw in n |n|0 .
..hi oi Ishmaelites i- seen in the backgt mnd
\ ui it cine to pass, when Joseph wai comi
brethren, thai thej stripped Joseph of his coat" ...
\ VYESHE\ Jacob and his hhii dwelt m the land
as shepherds Ol all his sons, Jacob loved Joseph tx
favoritism, and Joseph's account of his grandiosi ,,r(t
duced hatred and jealous) among ihe brothers
Joseph's brothers sold the hated favorite to some l
merchants, who I ok I seph to Egypl with them rh<
an officei ol the PI h an I captain of his guard b
a- .i slave
The Hebrew lad quicklj rose to a po
in In- master > househol I However, Joseph rejected
: Potiphar's wife; she slandered him, and he was in
Hut in prison, l God was with Joseph, and hi
confidence ol the jailers He became known u an
dreams b> correctl ficance >'. thi
Pharaoh's butler and baker when they were hi- pus,
This recounting of the Weekiy Portlcr. of the Law is e^-acted
and based upon "The Graphic History of the, Jewish He-ita^e,"
edited by P Wollman-Tsamir. $15. Publisher is Shengold. and th
volume is available af 27 William St., New York 5. NY President
of the society distributing the volume is Joseph Sihlanq
71,000 in Day School:
NEW YORK .' I \
I mesorah, thi Nation S ety foi
Hebrew D.iv Schools, thi* eek re
ported that (here 348
l< -ii ia\ -(in i states
llmenl I 71 000 pu-
oils and an
. S35 million and -I'i such
ioIs in i ana I with lu.tiuo
;iii|)iN.
irt, issued bj Samuel C.
Feuerstein of Brookline Mass,
ah l mesorah president marked
the 25th anniversar) ol the or-
ganization
The report also cited the estab
lishmeni during those 25 years of
112 hijih schools. bG of them out
side the New York metropolitan
.ui ,i The high schools, located in
15 states, have a total enrollment
of 14.000 students, the report said
Mr Feuerstein. who was honor-
ed at a silver anniversary dinner
rCe licj le it 5 **!5e
rvtccs
ant n ol Mi and Mi -
-' it a m
HEBREW ACADEMY ?400 Pinetree
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S
Groit.
AHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA
TION. 985 SW 6', th Ave. Orthodox.
Cantor Morns Barr.
MINVONAIRES SYNAGOGUE. 3737
Bird Rd. Modern Traditional.
*N SHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th Ave.
fcETH AM (TEMPLE) 5950 N. Ken.
dall Dr S. Miami Reform Rabbi
Herbert B.iuiigjr?. Cantor Michael
Kyrr.
EETH DAVID. 26?6 SW 3rd Ave.
Conserv.-.t.vr Rabbi Scl Landau.
Cantor William W L.cson
l.v ii in s |. in i i.ii|,|i i 'hili
nli ("nm-erntloi Alt i>> 'i..--
.......n .in.:..-in nnd VIi
: i-:\:.m:i,.ii Saturdas li .1 m
s. 1 mini The Torah 1 ..--..1.
iETH EL. 500 SW 17th Avenue.
Orthodox Rabbi Solomon Schiff
I- 1 i'i.1 1. ti S.i 1 le Prlni'iplvH nl it- 1 1 iii>"
< In -^ 1 m p m Mlneha R p m
EETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
Snapiro. Cantor B'n Dickson.
i Sermon 'l"li. H
UI 'l.i .. in
T I..... i 1:4.-,
i in S. iin,. 1, Keellril) i- I N-. i.I li 1"
OR OLOM (TEMPLE',. Conservative
8755 SW 16th St Miami Rabbi
Ralph Z. Glixman. Cantor Benjamin
S-n Ari
Saiurtlnj -i m
Uurr; oi
r l'.in -i. in. nnI \|i
ami Mr> lleriianl I.
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Ave Conservative. Rabbi Ralph
Carim. Cantor David Sherman.
TIFERETH JACOB 'TEMPLE). 951 E.
4th Ave Hiaieah Conservative.
Rabbi Maurice Klein.
rt-ifla) s r, p iii s. rmnn i "hanukah
'I'll.- I., inn | of i .in Kiel n.ii Vitallts "
Kiiturday : n m
ZION .TEMPLE) 8000 Miller Rd Con.
ervative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman.
JACOB C COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern
Cantor Meyer Enpel
Prldas |i ii. Sn lurdaj -
Inlen Solui
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KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave
Orthodox Rahhi David Lehrfield
Cantor Abraham Seif
|i n. Sii IUI ln>
Tl PI i. i in.
MENORAH (TEMPLE). 620 75th St
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abramo-
witi. Cantor Nico Feldman
J'ri'l.o p in s. im. Tl .
ft en l>aj l: \| -
ilauKhter ( Mr and Mr* Miln.ii
u.-i.t.ms
Salunl ,., |tai Mltzvah M
'ii "i Mr mid Mis \., .
man
i>.ER TAMID (TEMPLE) SOth St and
Tatum Waterway. Conservativ-
Ralibi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Ed-
ward Klein.
l-l'l.l.iV |", p S.IHI..I, II. ..
Ill-Ill I V
Mindich.
>' |. m S. mi.... I '
' Service" s i ie : i am
Thi i-
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VOdltoi luie. \ (; .-----.
V'TII Ml Mi, [leu I s. i, : u ,
[he M t
i bj in, ^- SI Sutui
in Turah I'ori
SINAI (TEMPLE. OF NORTH DADE
Temporary office. 18801 NE 22 nd
Ave. Reform Rahb. Ralph K.ngaley
Cantor Maurce A. Neu
here, reported ,i -
zation had approvi
pansion during I
covet
men! increases,
'1. i irainin
lend lea-e" to .'
.- in other ro i
il in's skills
He said that the plans colled fo-
creation in the next 10 years c
100 new elementary day vchcols
and the goal of a total en'ollmen-
in dav schools of 200,COO Creation
of another 30 high schools also n
projected, he said.
To al!e\ late the
age. he reported. I orah I
planned to set up two
training schools oi i
w est and one on the West
supplement such instituti
Torafa I'mesorah iponi
operating in New York
Cleveland and Chicago
bel Cantor Jack Lem*r
EMANUEL '801 S And'*l *
Reform. Rabbi Richard M ,_c. --
Cantor Jerome Klement
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE IR151 NE
'9th Ave. Orthodox Rabbi Jonah E
Caplan.
I Ml I u- -
Hum.'i l.\|.|. ,.
.,.'' ~ ':
"he ... 1 in i.. .
.;
I p II.
HALLANDALE
IALLANDALE JEWISH rFS'E*.
126 E. Hallandale Beach t >d
HOLLYWOOD
BETH EL (YEMPLL S UtN *v-
Reform Rabbi Samuel i 1'. i' 11,
-.I K. ,1. IMI'T |o|
Saturday I m
r Mi nd "
MIAMI BEACH
AGLDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Ca.iyle Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
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BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th Street,
Orthodox. Rabbi Berel Wein.
EETH TOV .TEMPLE.. 6418 SW 8th
St. Conservat ve Rabb. Simon April.
Cantor Seymour Hinket.
'. s 1 -, 1, ;,i.- 1,. I-,.
I
1. .....luitjl
I >] Shahhnt.
BETH JACOB 301 Washington Ave..
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T.
Swirsky. Cantor Maurice Mamchea.
C'NAI SHOLOM .Temple). ?75 NW
' 'ih Str-t Conservative Rabbi
Abraham M. Cassel.
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SPAEL KtWIiLtl. OF GREATER
MIAMI. 137 NE 19th St. Re'orm
Ra' In Joseph R Nirot
.1. -' r,,|..| I SO.).
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ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW ?5th
St. Consrvat"ve Rabb; Avrom L.
Drazm Cantor Nathan Parnass.
i
tl"" S.i I
jh:|,
IUI Ti ili"
CANDLELIGHflNG TIME
5:11 22 K.'SLEV
BETH RAPHAEL (TEMPLE). 1545
Jefi-irson Ave. Ccnservative. Rabbi
David Raab. Cantor Saul H. Breeh.
BETH SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 41 Chase Ave. Liberal Rabbi Leon
Kronish Cantor Davd Conviser
H:1fi pin s. 1 in.-ii "\\"ii\
D 1 1 s 1. 1:
I' N ''" ivenUon Airalnal (Si 1.....li
lltxvah
Mm l.."n
1.1
OHEV SHALOM. 7055 Bon,., Orve
Orthodox. Rab-v Phmeat Weber-'
man.
Prlilaj 1. > iturda) ..... <. ,
ui.'ii The l.iuhi- ,.i 1 'hi 11
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SE-PHARD,C JEWISH CENTFR 645
Collins Ave. Rahhi Sadi Nahrmat. "
y0^w k-M, ,,^a*h"1,on Ave' R"i A.
oen- m met.
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
ADATH YESHURUN (TEMPI Fi in-=
NE Miami Gardens Dr. Consc
Rabbi Milton Schlinsky. c
Mom
Prtdas S IS p n. Chanukal ',
.....
Satui
.. 111
VAmG<^RAEL OF GREATER Ml.
Rabbi Naftal. Porush
i> am S"
CORAL CABLES
RD.f,A ,TiM"l-Ei 5500 Grand. B.vd
.R"orm, Rh>" Morn. K.oner
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ZCr"nn.e,rA.<,TEML,:, ** 2m0' *v.
PT. LAUDEftoALE
Oa.fRHErT ,TEMpl-E, 847 |
Oakland Pan, Blvd R, s ".
BETH SHALOM (TEMPLE "'
Monroe St Conservative Rs.o.
Morton Malav.ky
SINAI (TEMPI Ei 1401 J 5-
Con.ervative Rabbi D.vi S-a; '
C.ntor Y.hudah Hcilbraun.
MIRAMAR
ISRAEL iTEMPLf.. 1500 SW "
Way Con.ervative Rl
Cutl.r.
POMPANC BEACH
SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 13? SW 1"1
Ave.. Con.ervative. Rabt- ">",r
1) s !". |, in gi 11.
. IUI I'. -!l\.,l < I.
1 II.
SURFSIDE
MOGAN DAVIb CONCPE
Town Hall. 93rd St and '
Avenue. Orthodox. Rabt"
Vine.
'i.. .
rants
BETH TFILAH 935 Euclid Ave. Or.
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov.ky.
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CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION
1?42 Washington Ave. Orthodox.
Rab-ji Dow Rozencwaig.
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EMANUEL (TEMPLE). 1701 Wash,
ington Ave Conservative. Rabb'
Irving Lehrman Assistant Rabbi
Daniel E. Kir.hblum. Cantor Zvi
Adl-r
Prtrla s P.w nnd n 0 p m Sermon
Th. 'li.. null nh '' inll< Their
Ki bui ui BlimKli Batur-
day I n m Sermon Thi Wi eklj P01
..1 tin Bttite Bar .Miiz. at I
BEJH IORAH 1*th St. and NE 11th
Ave Conservative. Rabbi Max 1
chiti. Cantor Jacob Renier
' BETtH ,MSHE CONC.REGATiriM
R,^-^ D-"^ Hwy C
Rabbi David Rosenfeld. Cantor Brn
Zion Kirschenhaum
'
'Should Chanukah It, 1
Majoi HI ah Itol, t>a>
das 10 m fin, \uxt
nl \|, and V Invent 1
B'rt' RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 11
Conservative. Rabb. Chan,. M Pu
OOn Edwards. Cantor Theodore
nCabbimcal \JefevUion *}Pro$
Dec. 15-1-h 10, 0:30 am The Jewish Worship Hour.
Hosl Rabbi Mayer Abramowiti
-,. le Temple Menorah, Miami Bt-ach
C- ,5-',' 7 '" -m The Still Small v.
Hosl Rabbi Leon Kronish,
Temple Beth Sholom, Miami Beach
n. ,7 l"!'u' Brei < hanukah
>7- '"i"1' The si n Language of Religtoii
Mwleratoi it ( Luther C Pierce
Participants Rabbi Joseph R, Narot, Temple i
"' Greatei Miami; Rev. Jack Hudson and Father
David Russell


Friday. December 13. 1968
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Paqe 11 -C
The Ancient Symbol Of Judaism
-W^
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(Continued from Pa;.- |.< ,
Israel Museum. More recently, fragments cf
a beautiful stone menorah were di=cover3l
in the ruins of en ancient synagogue
Sardis in Asia Minor. Eeyond these rarities.
we are faced by the vast chronological gap
in Jewish art that is a consequence of tho
vicissitudes of Jewish existence in the dias-
poia. Relatively few surviving mencrot were
made before 1500.
Creations of artisans from the 16th Cen-
tury and later have fared batter. Chan
exist from communities in every part c
world, in a fascinating range of Btyles and
shapes. Since the nvracle too-: plo > i
isalera, Jewish artisan-craftsmen of
East ond West often took this g
fact as the point c! departure cf I
signs, with results that strikingly i
regional influences.
Thus we have from 14th Cc:
m< norah whose facade resembles a me-
dieval French cathedral, one from Northern
Italy designed with the crenellated towers of
a castello and from 19th Century Algeria, a
Chanukiah in the style of u two-story Moorish
palace, topped by a star and crescent. The
lamp made 200 years ago in Poland has a
temple which looks like a rural synagogue,
complete with chimneys!
One cf the most extensive collections of
Chanukah lamps in the world is to be found
today at the Jewish Museum in New York.
The Fifth Avenue mansion, former home of
the Warburg banking family, and now under
the sponsorship of the Jewish Theological
Seminary of America, unquestionably con-
stitutes the greatest archive of Jewish re-
ligious art in the Western hemisphere.
Here we find such rarities as a four-tcot
high biass menorah which stood in a syna-
gogue m Poland near'y 3C0 years ago.
Three lions support the heavy cast base,
and its arms are e'aborately adorned with
bird-head*, leave?, flowers and figure eights.
The great construction is topped by a bird
with outstretched wings. Another Chanukah
lamp from 17th Century Hamburg has the
figure of Judas Mcccabee as a finial. Judith
i I a popular subject with German craftsmen,
and one 18th Csntury silver menorah from
Frankfort-on-Main hos not only a s'atue of
the Jewish heroine flourishing her sword and
triumphantly bearing aloft the head of Holo-
iernes, but o!~o foaiures Biblical scenes with
Jacob and Rebecca in red and white enam-
eled medallion? on the base. Menorot de-
signed ici 'he home were naturally on a
smeller Bcale than those intended for synu-
aogue use. House-hold menorot were aiso
quently desiqned with a back wall as a
satety precaution.
Do these historic menorot with their live-
lv, often ornate embellishments, constitute
Great Art? Perhaps the majoiity would fail
this classification. Jewish craftsmen, usually
the subject of discrimination and barred
from guilds, were often behind the main-
stream of the art of their times. Stylistically
and technically, the purist can find many
features to fault in these treasured works.
Yet they are treasures in the finest sense
works of art made with love and enthusi-
asm and expressing a deep religious com-
mitment, a living art responsive to a living
religion. No truer symbol of the undying
spirit of Judaism could have been chosen as
the emblem of the State of Israel.
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930 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach
HOLLYWOOD BANK & TRUST CO.
in Hollywood and Fort Lauderdale
FIRST NATIONAL BANK IN PALM BEACH
Palm Beach
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ISRAEL COIN WEEK
DEC. 9-16
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In time for holiday gift-givinglimited quantities
ISRAEL'S 21ST ANNIVERSARY 1969
COIN SPECIMEN SETS
IN SPECIAL PRESENTATION HOLDER
NOW ON SALE $3.50 plus tax
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Holiday Greetings
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WOKLIT
WHOLESALE-RETAIL
MARINE FISH & CORAL
14624 N.W. 7th Avenue
Phone 688-0640
MR. YOUNG'S MODERN
BEAUTY SALON
872 N.F. 125th Street
North Miami -757-6941
Bisc. Shopping Plaza
561 N.E. 79th Street
Phone 758-2556
YOUNGS HAIR FASHIONS
12780 Bisc. Blvd.
(next to Publix)
891-2002
Open 9-9
Holiday Greetings .. .
M\ILV\
KT SHOP
Salt Water Fish Aquariums &
Tropical Fish. Monkeys,
Puppies, Hamsters,
Parrots, Etc.
11429 S. Dixie Hwy.
Phone 235-1821
HOLIDAY GREETINGS ..
HILL BROS. INC.
"THE SOUTHS LAROE^T INDEPENDENT
VOLUNTARV WHOLESALE GROCER'
3475 N.W 60th STREET 696-1580
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
THE MIAMI TEST CENTER
OFFERS FOR A LIMITED TIME
FREE INTELLIGENCE & PERSONALITY TEST.
YOUR I. Q., PERSONALITY & APTITUDE DETERMINE
YOUR FUTURE. KNOW THEM. NO OBLIGATIONS.
3898 BISCAYNE BLVD., MIAMI, FLORIDA
Holiday Greetings To All My Friends and Customers
NORGE LAUNDRY & CLEANING VILLAGE
5890 N.W. 2nd Avenue, M
Phone 758-6041
Dry Cleaning Drapes Curtains
8 LBS. FOR $2 00
MIKE WISOTSKY, SR., PROP.
S.
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3^Lmerican Savings
AND LOAN ASSOCIATE OF MIAMI BEACH
l655 Washington Ave.. *. north of Lincoln Road
at Miami BeachS Al inm m < "'
SHIPARDBROADA
MOHKls v itftn ID, fttMtnt
HAPPY CHANUKAH
TO OUR OLD & NEW FRIENDS
New Hot
BAGEL SHOP
(formerly Tabbi's)
Located at 1206 N.E. 163rd STREET
(North Miami Beach, Florida
COME IN AND SAY HELLO
TO MR. rVIELNICK
HAPPY HOLIDAY FROM
TOMMY THOMAS
u\vs\. iomito:\
x^leritaje Jflorist
FRU 11 SHIPPING
7646 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami, Fla. 33138
Phone 758-0321
CHANUKAH GREETINGS
FROM
GREGORY ANTEO
OF THE
SUPERIOR TRUCK SALES. INC
RECONDITIONED TRUCKS & EQUIPMENT
OF SUPERIOR QUALITY
3275 N.W. 36th Street
Phone 633-6392
TOP 0' THE COLUMBUS RESTAURANT
Extends Holiday Greetings To All
50 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami 444-4412


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Among those who participated in the 19th
annual Thanksgiving Eve Doctors Dinner-
Dance of Mount Sinai Hospital were (hom
left : Miss Sylvia Hammer; Dr. Maurice Edel-
man, chairman of the event; Baron deHirsch
Meyer, president of Mt. Sinai Hospital. S^me
400 members of the Hospital's medical
staff, bocrd of trustees and administration
attended the event.
I It Mil ill &
HOEFFER
Extend Holiday
Greetings To All
9485 Harding Avenue,
Surfside, Florida
Phone 866-2797
SEASON'S GREETINGS
I'll I LA'S
ICI>I \l K.WT
3651 S.W. 8th Street
rAiami, Florida
Phone 445-2648
Holiday Greetings From ..
Coral Gables Laundry
& Dry Cleaning, Co.
250 Minorca Ave, Coral Cables
4024 Red Road, South Miami
5833 Sunset Dr. South Miami
11315 E Dixie Hwy
12441 S. Dixie Hwy
Holiday Gr< lings From .
CARTEL IMPORTS
SUPPLY, INC
LANGFORD BUILDING
121 S.E. 1st STREET
MIAM', FLORIDA
374-5607
.Y.tTIO.V tOMPAW Ot> \h TOHU4 0 noxmRAS. txe.
Extend Best V 'ishes For Tne Holidays
106 S.W. 16th Avenue Miami 353-0424
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WE HAVE AN OFFICE IN EACH EXCHANGE
MIMtlH DADt COUNT Y, CORAL CABLIS. Ml Akl HACH
CHAMBIRt Of COMMIRCC
RONALD LEVITT
Levitt Is Reelected
PRSA's Southeast
Region Chairman
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A residenl of Regal Park !:-
' s South Da le. Mr Levitt had
served in a nun ber i I PRS \ of-
fices prior to being electe i South-
asl chairman. He i> past president
of Florida Chapter of PRSA, past
National Assembly Delegate, and
served as vice chairman for the
Southeast for two yean before as
suming the chairmanship in No-
vember, 1967.
A Korean War veteran. Mr. Ley.
itt was cited by the Department of
Defense in 1953 for editing the
best overseas service newspaper.
He served with the Navy in Eu-
rope, Africa, South and Central
America and the Far East as a
public relations advisor and jour-
nalist. He attended the University
of Miami, graduating in 1956. and
i for four years was a United Press
correspondent in Miami before he
, entered the public relations field,
founding his own firm, Ronald
Levitt and Associate.-,. Inc. in I960.
t A resident of Dade County for 25
j years, he and his wife have two
| children.
Mr. Levitt plans to bring the
; Public Relations Presidents' Clinic
to Miami on Dec. 12. as one of the
first projects of the new year.
Friday, December 13. \^
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TO ALL GREETINGS .
SOUTH FLORIDA
LIQUGR DISTRIBUTORS
Incorporated
"SERVICE TO YOU .
15 OUR PLEASURE"
6501 N.W. 37th AVENUE
OX 6-4440
HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL
ITALIAN AMERICAN RESTAURANT
oflty ^lacc JZa StraAa
630 Lincoln Road JE 1-9502
fin the Arcade m tkt Mmll)
LUNCH from 11:30 DINNER begins Owner oni Chtf CAR 10 SCOTT/ for mtrly *f Copra's tt Ifo ;. -r
:: UDAY GREETINGS FROM
LANICA AIRLINES INC.
OFFERING JET SERVICE TO
CENTRAL AMERICA
25 Mc ALLISTER ARCADE
Phone 377-4777
A HAPPY CHANUKAH
BISCAYNE CAFETERIAS
9900 N.E. 2nd Ave.
1917 Biscayne Blvd.
.....AN IKAH TO ALL .
ADVERTISING MAIS
Plastic Ad Plates Thermo Set Printing Plates
Electrotypes Stereotypes # Printing Plate fervica
PRINTING PLATE SERVICE
GIEGEK ELECTRO & MAT SERVICE CO.
636 S.W. 2nd AVENUE Phone 377-0529
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
SEVEN SEAS NOVELTY CO.
AND BINGO SUPPLIES
AND PRIZES
771 N.W. 79th Street, Miami
Phone 693-4661



HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL ..
E. "Buck" Leatherman
Clerk of Circuit Court
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
SALLY and HAROLD SPAtT
and FAMILY
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lordan Marsh Announces Plans For Nev
Store In 163rd Street Shopping Centei
I,,. ,!..., ____I- i-
store ever built in Dade County.
Jordan Marsh has announced
plans for an ultra-modern, four-
tory branch department storecon- WiSf^1'"8 tl^claJ(-';s; concept
250.000-quare-foot branch
Looking pleased with advance reservations fo "Cedars of
Lebanon Day." a benefit for the hospital Tropical Park is
having Saturday, Dec. 14. are (from left) Mrs. David A. Hess,
chairman; Mrs. Joe Barchan and Mrs. Sam Seitlin.
Men's Fashion Guild Reelects Goldberg
tory.
lepartmenl store in the 163rd St
ihoppins Center.
According to a joint announce-
ment by Robert Macht, chairman
>f the board of Jordan Marsh
Florida, and Samuel Friedland.
president of Food Fair Properties.
Inc., which owns the shopping
center, construction is scheduled
!o start by early summer of 1969.
When the new store opens in 1970.
t will be the eighth Jordan Marsh
store in Florida. There are five
now in operationDadeland, Fort
Lauderdale, Miami. Orlando, and
West Palm Beach: the branch in
Pompano is scheduled to open in
1969. and the one in Cape Kennedy
is scheduled for completion early
n 1970. The building will be the
tallest in the center and, on the
;.;i--i of initial size, will rank as
the largest branch department
in department store" design anc
layout, the 163rd Street .-tore wil
offer the full range of Jordai
Marsh merchandising department
and customer services, Convenien
access will be provided by an ad
joining multi-level parking ramp
with direct entrances to the build
mg.
xisting Food Fair will be razed
o make way for Jordan Marsh.
Food Fair Properties, world's
trgest publ oh held shopping cen-
sr organization, has Leen in ofler-
ition since 1955 and owns and op-
erates 44 -hopping centers on the
rn Seaboard, including eight
-il centers, the largest of
which is 163rd Street, The chain
irovides over 6.5 million square
eet of rental space to more than
1.000 tenant-.
r*~'WW
The Jordan Marsh store will be
constructed at the eastern end of *
ihe shopping mall on the site pres-
ently occupied by a Food Fair su-
permarket, which will be relocated
to the north in a new and larger
building. Food Fair Properties ex-
pects to break ground for the nev. }
27.500 square-foot supermarket be-
fore Christmas and the fcod
will move into its expanded quar-
ters next spring, after uhi'h the
Lakeside
MEMORIAL PARK
AND
Two Ex-Nazis Are
Scholarship presentations have
been made to University of Miami
and Miami Beach High School stu-
dents by the M >n's Fashion Guild ij:j c. inn*
i Greater Miami Checks totaling i,l,-ic,ed For Killings
SI.000 were presented by pasl piv- BONN (JTA)Two formei Nazis
idem Larry Hoffman, who pointed have been indicted m charges oi
out that the presentation boosted having murdered Jew- and Bus-
total Guild grant- to I'M student- dans during World War 11. The
to nearly $16,000. The recipients state prosecutor in Munich, still in-
vestigating the wartime activities
>f Dr. Kurt Christman and Fran/
included John Avoford. Micheale
Patipo, Joe Trujillo, Ruben Bosen
berg and Paul Sheerer
HAROLD GOlDBfRG
Shrinks Piles
Without Surgery
Stops Itch Relieves Pain
Nrw%ork.!VY.(Sp>cial)-Forthe
first time science has found a new
healing substance with the aston-
ishing ability to shrink hemor-
rhoids, stop rectal itch and to
relieve pain-without surgery.
In case after case, while gently
relieving pain, actual reduction
(shrinkage) took place.
Most amazing of all-results
were so thorough that sufferers
made astonishing; statements
like "Piles have ceased to be a
problem!"
The secret is a new healing sub-
stance (Bio-Dyne") -discovery
of a famous research institute.
This substance is now available
in tttppotitory or ointment foi m
under the name Preparation //".
In its 21-year history the Guild
has donated more than S43.000 to
various community organizations
such as United Fun.I. Variety Chil-
dren's Hospital and Crippled Chil-
dren's Association. The group was
recently honored with a plaque for
contributing S10.000 to Mount Si-
. nai Hospital.
Harold Goldberg was reelected
, to his third term as president of
the fashion group, and other offi-
cers installed at the dinner meet-
ing were Joe Feinstein. first vice
: president; Thomas Fidele. second
vice president; Al l.eslier. treasur-
er and Mrs Marian Siegal. secre-
' tary.
A longtime advocate of the es-
tablishment of South Florida as
the resort menswear capital of the
world. Mr. Goldberg declared that
major stride- have been made in
. the oast year toward this goal. One
boost towards that achievement
was the decision of "Gentlemen's
Quarterly." the men's fashion mag
azine, to focus its winter issue on
Smith Florida.
Karmasin, is basing its cases on
he testimony of witnesses and on
locuments. Both were leaders ot
.he Einsatzkommando Group 10-A,
nvolved in tracking down and kill-
ng partisans and are charged with
ommissars in Russia in 1942 and
1943.
In addition. Mr. Karmasin. who
vas State Secretary for German
\ffairs in Slovakia and a leader in
he German Party there from 1942
o 1945. is charged with complicity
n the deaths of some 70.000 Slo-
akian Jews. He was described b;
.he prosecutor as a "desk crim
nal" like Adolf Eichmann.
(GARDEN MAUSOLEUM
"THE SOUTHS
MOST BEAUT.FUL
JEWISH CEMETERY"
tuaronfeerf Perprlual Care Food
N.W. 25'h ST. at 103rd AVE.
Member:
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140 SW 57th Ave. MO 1-8583
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SERVING THE JEWISH COMMUNITY
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Sunday Evenings 7 9 P.M.
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HIS WEEK STARRING:
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Taylor Is Elected
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sun r; Ben Re-nikoff ;
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the board for three-year terms.
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LEGAL NOTICE
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Arthur A. Adler
Is Honored For
Tourism Efforts
Arthur A. Adler. a Greater Mi
ami hotelman for over thirty years
^nd a pioneer in the promotion of
South American travel to South
Florida, has received the first
award for service from the Inter-
American Seminar, an orsaniza-
tion dedicated to the development
ol tourism among the Americas.
Mr Adler was cited for his "val-
uable contributions to the further-
ance of tourism, mutual ui
standing and respect between the
peoples oi North America an I
South Ami rica."
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eration.
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HARRY W. BEYER proudly
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with Funeral Cen-
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Beyer
con conveniently
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All Religious
Rituals Observed
1501 1 West D.xie Hig
435 N E 541
3232 Coi
8080 S.W 67th Avenue
17475 N.W. 27th Avenue
7200 N.W. 2nd Avenue
1 180 N. Krome Avenue, Homestead
One telephone number reachi Chapel: 757-5544
Harry W. Beyer, Funeral Director 949-3133
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Paqe 15-":
LEGAL NOTICE
viHt COUNTV JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
N" H14JVC
I :.. MICIIAl i iVITZ, b/I >
\V.\, MICHAE1-S
I- f*
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I .. ml A l Hav-
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flli (In- Ham*' mi li
. | j. ..:'.. Florida
,,.. in their i'ii. ,ii the ''nunt>
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Mlam Florida, tin-. 12th
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MAKVIN Mli II U'.I.S
HANNAH M 'HAN
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INSTEIN .'- Mll.l.l'.ll
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-ME COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
1 UORIDA. IN PROBATE
No 81068-C
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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BY HENRY LEONARD
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DE IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUH-
File No. 63 A-C43 IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY..
Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941 FLCI -HOBATE
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT ny THE
ELEVENTH J U DICIA L Cl RCU IT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No 68-18601
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
AID I'M". RETAN5B I
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s THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
N AND FOR DADE COUNTY. ., i
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCL'iT COURT OK THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C I ~ I J11
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
C II '.
NOTICE OF SL IT FOR DIVORCE
DAN II' I HI l>i il.K.
CAT' I .1'
To: IV i., ,i
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freehold. xi:\\ jersf.v
Yi n\ i' \'ii;m-i \ K hi inn
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.ni.| you .iti I i|U il In i .i i npy
ii \ nui Answer or Pli art I an tn 11
nrnplainl fi i Dlvon im 'li I'lain
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 80952-C
RE Estate of
1TIIA SIIJ< also kno
;'l ll.\ P SII.K
.........1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
. sffwaiafi Basra &#... ,:.k::. fflrVby te
araby notified and reuulr- '> relief demanded ht th. Complaint
ilffn Attnri Ki '\ Al.l i I. I i w is
EStj 117 Blscayne Building, IS VV
Flagler Street, Miami, Florida
Phnni 378-2*151. and file the urtitliial
nr Pli adlng h the ilflce of
ilu Clerk nf ihi- Clrcu't t'oun on nr
before the 3rd day of January, lfi.
\ .'U .1'
1 I., present any claims and demnndi
J: h you may have against the -
*4 r BERTHA SII.K I. ... 'I lale
m- Hade County, Flomla, to the
m: uaty JuiIki''1 of l>a < name In duplicate and m pro-
led I" Seitlon 7":i 16. Hmidn BUI'
tutia lii Ih.-lr office* In the County
urthouae in Dude County. Florida,
. Him 'ix ii.l.-mUr monihh from the
of tin fnM pubHyatlon hereof, or
. name will be barred
ii-tl at Miami. Florida, thin 14th
. ,.f intober. A I> IHt
FIUNKI.VN II Kl'l-l-KKMAN
Ax Rlxecutor
I'ir-i pwbttctUInn "f ihla notic* on
22111I day "f Ni.v. mli.r. IMS.
1 MAYFJR8
. \ fm Bsecutor
''....."SS"U"""Tl/22-2'. 12 SOS
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
No. 68-17559
NOTICE TO APPEAR
BY PUBLICATION
\ M AI.KKIl.
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II......1 llaiik KulldlnK. Miami,
.nui file the oriainal iii Ihe
the I'lei* of thii rourt on or
i- l>i-. ember Mrd, IM8, other-
in alletcatlona of Ihe anJd rom-
.1 mil be lak^n an .....feed by
for Divorce
Thi- Notice shall be publiahed om-e
each week fur four 14) conbei utive
wieks 111 the JEWIBH KU'KIPIAX. !
DONE AND ORDBRED. at Miami,]
Florida, ihis 2tll day of November, ,
IMS.
K It I.KATHKKM AN Clerk
("irctin t'l.uri I ".id. County, Florida
By K M I.V.MAN
|i..pulv (l.-ra
(Cin-uit four! S. ..li
II 89 12 '
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY fllVBN that
thi- umlerMKiieil. ilistrinix to ananfte In
bualneRH under ihe flctitloua nami of
CASTINGS rXIJMITED AOBNCY at
nii-t l.in. 1.in Road, Miami R.....h, Klo-
rlda mi. 11.i- r. cisi.-r -.ml name with
ih.- Clerk nf Ihe Circuit i'i-uii ul
11.,,1. Count} 1"' 1 Ida
JE \N NIN'K l'l >M S, il/'' 1
('ASTINCS CNI.IMITBD AtSENCY
SHIRLEY VM'I.I'
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liaili County, Florida
II) V A. HKWBTT
DepuO Clerk
uil t'oun Seal I
It/tt-M I5/S-I1
| THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
"N AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 81174-A
U'K Kataleof
'." AHTNER.
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ITIi'K Tn rRBDITORfl
|' i'..lii,,r- ami All Pemnnii lliiv-
'''iiiiis or li,-maiiil- Ajralnal S.nil
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 78809-A
IN l!K K
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NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE la hereb} given thai I have
firm filed h Final Report and Petition for
Dlatrlbutlon and Final Dlacnancc a-i
r,v... uti 11 I ii"- 1 "tau "I i.rp ni
vni.T deceased and that on the 9th
nny -f l>......mber, IMS, will aPPh; '"
ih.- Honorable County Judges nf DM'
i'.iuiiIv Florida, for appeoval "f aalrt
Final Report anil fur dlstrfbuUon and
final iliM-h.ni.-e ^ Executor .,f the es-
tate of the above-named decedent.
This 12th day of November. i:>*H.
KiKT WKULisni. Bxecutor
Estate of i.i'HWu; VOOT, 11..-..1 .i
KI'HT WKI.I.IS'-H
Attorney
I..' Almeria Avenue
Coral Cables, Florida Mint
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCLIT COURT OF THE
t.lvLN'H JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA.
No 68-17655
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
UBKCB,
.
DAVID K RIEVK
I.YNN KRIBX i:
ii- -
ii ren
Ul |.
11 1 married ; all unknown hi
. ,
rediti irusl
or oihei n !>.
thniUKh, uniler or iigalni-i Ihe
-.ml I i.wil" KRIBVB and
I.YNN KRIE\ V- ln> wife, ai d
.ill 1 -1 In r |i. r.-.ui- I.
Iming i" ii.iv.. any right,
title or Interesl In or i" Ihe
prnpi rly herein di m ribi d,
I .!'. nduiits
11 1 I "AVID KRIEVE and
I.YNN KRIEVE hi
n miIi 11. unknown, II living;
unknown Hpouaea, if remarried
and if dean, then unknown
spouse*, If remarried: all
unknown heirs, devlaei -.
grantees, assignees, llenors,
credltora, truatees, or other*
wlae claiming by, thrnuirh,
uuii. r or airainsi the said
DAVID KRIEVE and I.vnn
KRIEVE, bin wife, and against
.ill oilier paraona having
or claiming have nny
right, title or Interest, in
or to the property
herein described.
TOO AUK HEREBY NOTIFIED
. thai a .~uit 10 foreclose mortaage
against real and personal properti has
been filed ugainsl you m ihe above
Court b) ihi Plaintiff, Bank nl Com-
merce, .1 N'eu York banking corpora-
tion.
The property sought to fore-
. !..-. .1 Is .1- follow >:
\,A 17. Block l.l'.ISl'KK CITY,
SECTION ONE, according 10 Ihe
rial thi if, recorded i" Plat Book
[iagi RK. "i Ihe l'ul.lii Ri corda
..1 1 lade County. Florida
\.i| ARB KBtJI'lKED 10 nerve .1
, npj .1 your nnsw 1 1 nr nthi r plead-
ing on PI M MAI.-
1 ..KM 11 i i: 11:1 ni v.\ ; s 1: First
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT I f-
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CIViL ACTION
CASE NO. 6-i-1(!309
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
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in THE JEWISH FU'RIDIAN Ihe undi ed. desiring l
IH.XK AND ORDEREll hti '; u del
Florida, ili^ 4th da} I.....mber l-ANHI-.l
A |i IMS.
11
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111 i'ii 1 i'ii
K. 11 l.EATHERMAN, Clerk.
in an 1 'ourt, I lade County, KI
By; C P il'Kl.AN'H
111 nuty Clerk
ICIreull 1 !ourl Seal)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
No. 68-15882
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
BETSEY MAOOONi
Plaintiff.
EDWARD G MAOOON, JR..
Defendant
TO EDWARD O. MAOOON, JR
1209 East loth Street
INSCRANi'l-
V(JENC> ul < West F -' r Strei
Miami. Klorlda 11 u 'I- l<> rei
name iili Ihe Clerk of lln 1 1 in
'..in 1 of Dudi Count}
BBRNAUI) I.AMU'.KS
\\ 1 l.l.I \M .1 IMH.DWI 'UN
Attorui > for Applicani
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
APPLY FOR CHANGE OF NAME
Case No. 68-17962
Tn win.in 11 May Concern:
Nol iii 1- hereb} given that the u.
dci-signed petitioner. PETER BI.l.J
SON McCVRDY whose re>
addresn l> 17811 N W. ISth Curt >
,! I'm ..1 Miami, Dade County, Flo
rida, Intends to apply to Ihe Honorable
HARVIE S HuVM.. Judge of tne
Eleventh Judicial Circuit, In and fen
1,,,,1, County, at lii> office In ih.-
fount} Curl House, .il !" Ol roe*
,\ m ..11 ihe Mh da} "i Januarj
ClaCO, Texas
YOU AUK NOTIFIED lhal a ......-
;;!;::;::-, %iW;;,!.::>.r,M.';:;.;;!::! ,;;:
' [%'i 11 and 12, Block 5 HIA1.EAH
PARK .nul the North ..... hall
(N'i.....f I/-' SI, and the North
. .hall (N'sl o' L"' Si', HI'" 1-
.. hi U.BAII PARK, .ill neci
m ilu- plal thi rii.f, recordeil In
|lnl 1.....1- l". Pagi "I <"' 1"1"
II, 1:.....1 : of Dade < ouni I- lo-
,: r. BETSEY MAtlOON
lump sum alimony,
n iiuin 'i
PETER i:i.llS"N McCCRDY
EM.1SDN Mc Pel Itii el
l-M'l KW ITNB> BSq
Sll \ BRSTEIN Ktt ITNE>
\ \ I 1 ; .1 1 SS
r Petit
II/16-M-M L"8
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
INAND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 80988-B
in RE: Batata of
DAISY SH.VF.HMA.N
Tor Demand. Aainal Said
11} '
I ii puty Cl.rk
(Couri s- .ii 1
11/22-29 12 6-13
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 68-17929
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
MARY ANN HAI.HA.NE
Plaintiff
wil.l.l.AM HALDANE
IM Uil.l.lAM II M.I'ANK
7 Concord Street
Framlngham, Maaaachu8i "
You. WII.I.iam HAl.HAVi-.. are
hereby notified that a Bill om-
plaint for Divorce has 1.....n nieu
agalnal you. and you are required to
, ,,i,v nf your Answer or Plead-
the Bill' of Complaint on1 the
CAIDIN ROTH-
\ K 19th Vvi nui .
, Beach, Florida 33162 and
''''This notice shall be publish. .1 o.r iH,HUed',there.n' s. | '
each week for four .-ons. u vi the following des. rlbed pro
in THE JEWISH FU>RID AN n.-rtj hi ihe County ol Dude, Slau
ig I
K.N'BKK'
30,-, HiM-avii. Building
Miami. Florida J3I.10
-BARRNETTM-RO^ENBERfl
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY
FOR CHANGE IN NAME
Ca.e No. 68-17961
dc-rsUrned'fleOBoner^lYRASIcCCRm
-hose residence aClress Is 17811 N V\
deemed ac-ordlng lo law, Ihe Propert;
,1, wribed hen In '11 he aold i" the
highest blddei at Ihi Cunlwus.- d-v.
,. the first Monday In the month ol
January, i'";''. which Is Ihe 6th day
nf .lanii.ii'v. 1969 .
Bated this Srd daj of Decemnei:,
i: R I.KATHKKM \N. Clerk
,.i cir.uii Court. Hade County Florida
By; P F. I'.rl.l'STKANl.
11. imiy 1 Terk
Circuit Court Si ill ..... ,.
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Friday. December 13, 1953
As you light
the candles nightly
May there be before you, too,
An image of the freedom
That we always must renew,
And in the days that follow
May you constantly be blessed
With everything
that life can bring
That's happiest and best
UJisluncf *4lt
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"H^tV?* rim ** %a* nvs
UfMt ^W"**1tt if MM IL!4
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** By ISAAC TOUBIN
Executive Vico President
American Association For
Jewish Education
What is the objective of Jewish
Education? This is the question
that perennially stumps Jewish
educators and Jewish sociologists.
It is of little help to say that the
end purpose of Jewish education is
to guarantee creative Jewish sur-
vival, or to assure Jewish conti

*t*M* v*y y-H* nq?> H**
T-o 4*M niyii ^arjrV
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J n* <^ir
06/
Education
nuity. or to produce an Intelligent
Jew. or to make for commitment.
Hardly anvone would disagree with
such noble ends but responsible
men will continue to dispute the
way in which these goals are to
be reached. The result is that each
denomination, ideology, and sys-
tem pursues ils own tradition and
repeats the routine of its educa-
tional curriculum, while espousing
the identical aims.
The Rabbis ask an urgent ques-
tion about Chanukah. the holiday
which through semantics and tradi-
tion, has been identified with
"chinuch" or education. "'Mai
Chanukah what is the signific-
ance of Chanukah?'' they demand
ed. Recent developments In Jewish
life in America have given new-
pertinence to the question. What
is Jewish education?" Even if. to
the dismay of the modern educa-
tionalist, we leave open minded
the matter of objectives. Jewish
education has "oegun to take on
new dimensions in American life.
These are dimensions of depth,
time and numbers.
In the past two generations, the
emphasis in Jewish education was
on decreasing the amount of school
hours, lessening the number of
tide has reversed itself. Almost
days, and contenting ourselves
with the Bar Mit/vah as a termin-
al point In recent years that ebbing
Continued On Page 12-D


Page 2-D
+Je*ist flcricf&n
Friday. Decemi-er
<(
ifliWliffBii
1250 20th Street, Miami Beach
Best Wishes, Bud Tucker
534-2194
HAPPY CHAM KAH HOLIDAY
National Freezers
HAPPY CHANUKAH HOLIDAY
MICHELANGELO'S
Italian Kitchen
PIZZA AT ITS BEST
OPEN II A.M. UNTIL 12 P.M.
Call Me Free Delivery
1242 N.E. 163rdSTREET, NORTH MIAMI BEACH
Telephone 947-4911
',Y 3REETINGS FROM .
BADIA'S SANDWICH SHOP
145 N. E 1st STREET, MIAMI
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
I III PLACE I OH STEAK
& II Mt no it uniKGB
133S-79th Street Causeway
Phone 758-5581
HAPPY CHANUKAH TC ALL .
I'Vsl Si linn llfstauraiil
MOULIN ROUGE MOTEL
230 41 sf STREET. MIAMI BEACH
CHANUKAH GREETINGS TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
< OM.IJl (IJMl I'll Aim \< V
1633 N.W. 35th Street
PHONi NE 5 6723
VAL DAYTON. Owner
Conger Buildino
13. 1968
HOLIDAY GREETINGS I R '..'....
COMMERCIAL BANK of MIAMI
9301 N.W.7th AVENUE, MIAMI
PHONE 759-8511
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
GRABLES BAKERIES
73 S.Llst STRICT, MIAMI
Phone 374-0M8
A VERY HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
FLAGLER INSURANCE
AGENCY. INC.
Donald Kaplan
129 N.E. 79th ST.
Bdttoa'i Noti H .
"iZ Ztonut and v
man of the Jewish K .
: Ii...l I
A.plomat and m
By JACOB TSUR
'
This is the story ot
paper 1 never saw
My father of:,-
over it since my ear!.
My mother would n n
its existence u ,. n< .,
her children play.:. ,,
ma in their childish h
murmuring wistful!;.
if wo could only tin.!
(/ii earth did 1 put it
Yet, though w<
for it. the little pi,
w a- never found [t
tucked wj -
bottom of a Ion
< .i m and no one i
ter the strength to i
in the vain hope of I
m edle in the ha-.
Our childhood
youth and eventually
and mother both
Marvin Haven
PL 1-8613
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL ..
Earl V. Wilson Company
MIAMI
MERCHANDISE BROKERS
JACKSONVILLE TAMPA
ORLANDO
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL
.IOII\ F. Al I ISO\
-PPY CHANUKAH TO ALL
MADER & COMPANY
Steamship Agency
P. 4 O. DOCKS PIER 1
DIAL 379-3401
BEST WISH! -
THE HO.
3
SUNSET
PLUMBING CO.
1415 Sunset Drive
"Where the 7
Alw tyt :-
Eden Roc Hotel
BARBER SHOP
AIR-CONI"." NED
No Waiting Manicuring
4525 coluns ave.
miami beach
Joseph gu:: '
Holiday
FRENCHES
ANTIQUES and FURNITUK
2700 N.W. 27-h A.er*
Phone 634-2021
HOLIDAY -
ROSE & ROSE. Int.
Realtors
1981 N.E. 163rd Street
Phone 949 2181
CH--
GREETING
FRIENDS and
WEDDiS(>
MASTERS
182MadM- A.onue
Coral GabV-
Phone 443 4131
HORODNER andKELlE*


Fridcy, December 13. 1968
+Jenisii ncridinr
Paqe 3-D
leaving behind numerous suit-
case- and an old trunk, in which
we found letters and postcards
from days of yore, yellow photo-
graph! and cutting! from long-
forgotten newspapers. And some-
time*, too. old fashioned copy-
books containing thin leaves
were used to keep copies
lers written with a -;
ipj pencil.
li ver, the
w as i I there
;. the story of the note was
U : | authentic. We had
il -'i many times, always
same wording, never
and without new flour-
"i len happens w hen the
ation gets to work
It ( ID was horn In
- 'ii]>. father was .i Hel re i
- in V'ilna al the i
is career, and a member
thi staff of the onl> Hebrew
. then published In the Rus-
I mpire.
the acquaintances and
- oi the family was a young
writer, author of highly
and widel) re.nl novel
nings
Hebrew lessons Yesha
.. I srshadsk) must has e been
tbirt) then hut everyone
that he w as \ a
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long and fatal illness. Reader- of
Hebrew who appreciated his style
shed tears over the sad fate of his
heroes. Critics would take him to
task over his erotic descriptioac.
which were too risque for the
standards of those puritan dajff.
The tradition in our family de-
scribe- him as a very goo I look-
ing and elegant young man. with
a hub! moustache and a tower-
with the mi he Ma
read) afflicted b> "
losis which was to bring him to
his earl) grave.
He had been a Hi br< h le
and ., to onesince his earl)
youth He always wrote in He-
brew il v is M onl) langua je in
which he could full) express him-
self. But he never believi d thai
He rew. then a dead languaj
spoken onl) in very limited c .1
cles, could have any possible fu-
ture. The orld outsi le the .:
nunit) was in turmoil. Only
a few \ear- had passed since the
greal u| hi aval ol the first Rus-
sian Revolution in 1905 The
small gn up of dn amers who it ill
believed in Zionism and in the
re\ \\ al ol the Hebrew Ian
him like fossils, a
[ a loi foi itten
!'"' issions would rage
for hours on end in the home of
our young family. Bershadsk)
would systematically destroy the
brave illusions of his Zionisl
fiitnd- w i t ir hi- sharp tongue
One evening while the group was
Sitting a|, Ug heavy oak table.
enjoying a dish oi boiled potatoes.
when suddenly a baby started to
cry In the next mom Mother
arose and hurried to quiet the
child, and when she returned
aiter the crying had ceased, the
young novelist turned to his hosts
and sai I, Ymi see that child'
I assure j ou thai when he
up he won't know that an)
ol your the n ies e\ i led He
will nol under-
dead language of which you
dream lie w ill nol even be able
ad the boo! g | publish or the
arl de* that you, my i
w rite."
These words sel ofl .. general
outciy K\1rjb mped in to
attack the hi relic, but he reman;
ed ;, lamanl Finally, he with
drew to a corner, pulled oul a
pencil from his pockcl roti
few lim
to his hosts
' H re m< friends Ih
for you Keep it i efully, and
- i iu wi 11
Continued on Page 15-D
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When Congregation Aqudas Achim. an
Orthodox synagogue in Austin. iexas, dedicat-
ed its new sanctuary on Dec. 30. 1963. the
honored guest was a prominent neighbor from
nearby Johnson City. His name Lyndon B.
Johnson. 36th President of the United States.
Like all the other worshipers, the President
wore a yarmulke.
In participating in this Jewish worship ser-
vice, President Johnson was setting no prece-
dent because a suprisinglv large number o*.
his predecessors in the White House had in-
teracting if now forqotten. relationships with
the synagogue and the symbols of Judaism.
President Johnson, in fact attended synagogue
on two other occasions. The firsl time was or.
Dec. 8, 1963, a few days after he succeeded
John F. Kennedy, when he flew to New York
for the funeral of Herbert H. Lehman at New
York's Temple Emanu-El. On March 24. 1966.
President Johnson cgain flew to New York to
join in the funeral service lor the wife of Re-
presentative Emanuel Celler, at Temple Beth
Cohim. in Brooklyn.
The involvement of Presidents with the syna
PRESIDENT JOHNSON
aogue beaan with Geoiqe Washington ?-.e o!
the most celebrated documents in Am<
Jewish history the letter in which '.'.
ton declared that "happily the cover:.:-
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Friday. December 13. 1968
JpH/sf rhrirfitr
Paqe 5-3
the United States gives to bigotry no sanc-
tion, to persecution no assistance," was ad-
dressed to a synagogue. Thes* historic words
are part of Washington's letter to the" Touro
Synagogue in Newport, R. I., which he wrote
in 1790 in reply to the Touro Synagogue's mes-
sage of greeting on his inauguration as Presi-
dent.
There is an old tradition that when Wash-
ington visited Newport in 1790. he attended
services at the Touro Synagogue. This syna-
gogue, the oldest existing Jewish house of wor-
ship in the New World, is the only synagogue
set aside by the United States Government as
a national historic shrine. President Truman
signed the act in 1947 making the synagogue
part of the nation's religious heritage.
Washington was a strong believer in the
ritual practices of the Jews. In Harvard's Hough-
ton Library there is preserved a copy of a little
known broadside issued by Washington to
the Continental Army in 1777 while it was en-
camped at Peekskill. N.Y. In this proclamation,
he called on his soldiers to live up to the stan-
dards of cleanliness maintained by "a great
army" of "the children of Israel that con-
tinued forty years in their different camps under
the guidance and regulations of the wisest
general that ever lived." Washington was most
specific in the Mosaic practices he wanted
emulated, because he quoted chapter and
verse from the Books of Numbers and Deu-
teronomy.
If Presidents Jefferson and Adams had their
m C i/i -' -
PRESIDENT KENNEDY
Continued on Page 6-D
way. the seal of the United States would have
been taken right out of the illustrations in the
Hagadah. As members of a Congressional com-
mittee appointed in 1777 to suggest a great
seal for the new nation, the two future Presi-
dents submitted a design depicting the exodus
of the Israelites from Egypt and their passage
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Page 6-D
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Friday, December 1'. 1950
ALFRED ARONOVITZ
AND
ROBERT M. HAVERFIELD
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FOA A MOST HAPPY
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FLORIDA SALES OFFICE AT
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FT. LAUDERDALE-Phone 584-1515
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American Jews and American Presidents
Continued From Page 5-D
through the Red Sea under the leadership of
Moses.
The 14th President. Franklin K. Pierce, has
of Columbia discriminated against Jev.--?h re.
ligious worship. To put an end to this bias,
Congress adopted legislation proclaiming that
"all the rights, privileges and Immunities here,
tofore granted by law to the Christian chuichei
in the city of Washington, be, and the
hereby are, extended to the Hebrew Co:
lion of the said city." When Pierce put hi
to this act he made possible the estc:
erf the first synaqogue. the Wash-
brew Congregation, in the nation's
PRESIDENT EISENHOWER
unique disl 1 di being the
dent whose name appears on the charter of a
synagogue. Until 1857 the laws of the Dish
ait. Lincoln had th~
lory conclusion of the long
the rabbis and syr.
mil tary chaj'
to t!ie Civil War the lCJ I Jev
plai '" n '-
9 had been Protes-

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x
Friday. December 13. 1968
+Jen>iii rhridfiaiti
the first house of worship of Washington's
Adas Israel Congregation was dedicated in
1874. Grant and members of his cabinet were
honored guests. President McKinley and his
cabinet attended the exercises marking the lay-
ing of the cornerstone of the Washington He-
brew Congregation in 1897. Fifty-five years
later President Truman laid the cornerstone of
a new building for the same congregation.
When the sanctuary was dedicated in 1954.
President Eisenhower spoke from the pulpit. In
1945 while he was still supreme commander
of the Allied Forces in Europe. Eisenhower
joined a makeshift congregation of DPs at Yom
Kippur services held at Feldafing. near Munich.
Such promonent 19th Century rabbis as Isaac
Leeser, David Einhom and Isaac Mayer Wise
led a delegation that met with President Bu-
chanan in 1857 and obtained from him a pro-
mise to amend an /American treaty with Switzer-
land that discriminated against American Jews.
The synagogues were most prominent in the
successful intervention with President Lincoln
that resulted in his revoking General Grant's
notorious Order No. 11 which had expelled
the Jews from large sections of Tennessee and
Kentucky during the Civil War.
The President who had the closest relation-
ship to the synagogue was William Howard
Taft. As a boy in Cincinnati he frequently ac-
companied his father to the synagogues of Rab-
bis Max Lilienthal and Isaac M. Wise, both of
Page 7-D
whom weie friends of the elder Taft. As Presi-
dent Taft spoke from synagogue pulpits twice.
In 1911 he addressed the Washington Hebrew
PRESIDENT TRUMAN
Congregation. Shortly before he left the White
House in 1913, Taft occupied the pulpit of Tem-
ple Beth El in New York. Taft was probably
the only President who during his term in
Continued On Page 13-D ,'
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"Butter Makes If Better"
Phone 532-4445
1349 Washington Avenue, Mian,; Beach
division of NEW YORK BAKERIES. INC.
TO ALL GREETINGS
JAMES E. REARDON
YOUR COUNCILMAN
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROV .
Al's Service Center
EXPERT GENERAL AUTOMOTIVE REPAIRS
1101 W. FLAGLER ST. Ph. 371-3365

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OUR JEWISH FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS
CERTIFIED SUEDE and
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HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
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Phone 371-3461
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HIALEAH KNITTING MILLS, INC.
1100 EAST 41st STREET
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SCHOOL
AND SUMMER CAMP
11211 Biscayne Blvd. 757-1511
HAPPY CHANUKAH GREETINGS
andrew geller
exquisite foot near
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MIAMI BEACH
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PHONES:
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GOOD FOOD GOOD COFFEE
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OX 1-6911
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Aerial Tour Over The Sinai Desert
BY RAPHAEL ROTHSTEIN
One of Israels most popular tours sinci
year's Six Day Middle East War is a three '
aerial excursion over the Sinai Desert The
i- also a favorite of Israelis who want -
the desert battles fouuht by the Israe I
a.uair^t Egyptian forces The
raeli films suggests that the Sinai Desert
come a mystique comparable to the Wild
and its significance in American n.
The flight leaves from Sde Doi Air]
and English Photographers are told !
reasons picture-taking is prohibited uni
on the Northern Sinai coast, i- .
M is) of the year, Israel deai
atmosphere offer max,::
and such were the condition-
Immediately after takeoff thi
f Te! Avh commands one's attei
of acres of low. white stucco

north of Tel Aviv All important points of in-
terest are circled and by indulging in a bit of
friendly in-the-aisle jostling and a^ile neck-
craning one can manage to take it all in
A government certified tourist guide is on
board and offers an unusually well spoken and
thorough running commentary in both llebreu
over the dunes of the coa-st bear-- oi |.r'i
description of Tel Aviv as -a sub \u t
Cit)
Continuing southward down the -, |y m^j,.
terranean coast, the new port of Ashi i _.ve> wj;
immediately to Ashkelon. where Samson over-
turned the Philistines' temples and where in
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Realtor
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JE 8-4162
CHANUKAH GREETINGS
Jones Shutter
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GREETINGS to the
RABBIS and MEMBERS
OF
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from
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AGENCY
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MIAMI FOOD STORE
85 N. E. Mth Street
Phono FR 3-2038
Vieit Our Store on U.S. 1.
Plantation Key. Florida
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Chanukah Greetings
To Our Friends and Patrons
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Land Clearing
3085 N.W. 54th STREET
Ph. 635-6102
CARUSO ORNAMENTAL
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Chanukah Greetings To A-
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PHARMACY
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Prescription Specialists
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Dir. Opp Shores Theatre
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MORRIS GOLD WAG
All Kinds oi Caps for
Men. Women. Children
828 West Hogler Street
Ph 371-465J
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COMPANY. INC.
2121 N. W. 13th Avenus
Phone 374-4174
5


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recent years South African Jewish settlers have
developed an attractive seaside community with
resort facilities. Afforestation attests to their
efforts to keep the shifting sands from covering
arable land.
A few minutes after Ashelon the plane flics
over the former Egyptian-Israeli border and enters
the Gaza strip. In Biblical times Gaza was the
capital of a federation of Philistine cities which
included Ashkelon. Below are the Palestine re-
fugee can-ps administered by the United Nations
Relief and Works Agency. From the air these
shanty like structures reveal little of their squalor
Just south of the town of Gaza is Khan Yunis, SO
named because several centuries ago an enter
prising merchant by the name of Yunis settled
here and took advantage of the natural oasis by
establishing a caravan stopover, or 'kahn" in
Arabic. Trying to imagine what caravan travel
must have been like is interrupted by the guide
who calls attention to Rafiah. another oasis-like
spot distinguished only by the fact that Antony
and Cleopatra were married here. In Rafiah. as
well as in Khan Yunis. semi-nomadic Bedouins
grow dates and draw water from subterranean
\vells.
Following the contour of the Mediterrenean
coast, the plane suings over the Northern Sinai
coast and reaches El Arish, the palm-fringed
former capital of Sinai. It is now almost com-
pletely deserted. The beach here is white and un-
spoiled, but one wonders for how long. Our guide
tells us that since the Six-Day War, El Arish has
become a popular weekend bathing spot for Tel
Avivians who can drive down the coast in a
couple of hours.
From the coast the flight route proceeds di-
rectly south into the Sinai deserl proper. As we
fly deeper into the desert, the aspect of the land
begins to change Now. m-tead of the light color-
ed sandy plains of the coast, we are flying over
brownish, rocky expanses, punctuated occasionally
by clumps of scant vegetation. Suddenly, a strip
of road appears and we are informed that this
was built by Egypt for military convoys of men
and supplies. The entire peninsula had been used
by the armies of the past on their waj from Egypt
to the coastal plain of Palestine and the cities of
Syria and I-ebanon.
Soon we are flying over Jebel l.ibmi. win re
remnants of war materiel and several battered
tanks mark the former campsite of the Egyptian
Third Division. It had the distinction of being
Continued On Page 10-D
Holiday Greetir 1 IXO*i To All
From .
WILLIAM BREST,
Realtor
M647NW 7th Avenge
Phone 615-3564
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
Jewelers
923. LINCOLN ROAD
MIAMAI BEACH
531-0484
A Happy Chanukah To All
VENETIAN NURSING I
CONVALESCENT HOME
FOR All TTfPf CASH
1330 NE Bay shore Dr.
Miami 379-7649
MR. AND NWS.
NATHAN K. SPKTOt
Administrators
Dorothy A. Wicks, R. N.
Administrator of Nursing
A. Boges, Treasurer
Holiday Greetinqs From
SWIM W SPORT
SHOPS
Five Stores To Serve You
CHANUKAH GREETINGS
JOSEPH B. SUMMERS
CLOVERLEAF TILES
Stepping Stones
MARBELIZED FLOOR TILES
all reinforced for
Florida Rooms Homos, etc.
SALE INSTALLATION
16585N.W 2nd Avenue
Call 9475767
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL
Fleurette, Inc.
HANDBAGS
720 S.W. 8th STREET
MIAMI
Phone 371-3021
Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Greenbaum
e
And Children
Alan and Geri
Wish Their Relatives and
Friends A Happy Chanukah
Holiday Greetings From
RED BIRD
Barber Shop
10 Barbers To Sendee You^
5779 Bird Dd. Mo 1-9132
Miami
DR. AND MRS.
HARRY RIMER
daughters Andrea 8 Linda
Extend Best Wishes for a
Happy Chanukah
to their
Relatives and Friends
HAPPY CHANUKAH
Kern Awning
Company
3520 NW. 50th STREET
Phone NE 5-2065
Chanuka Greetings To All
ATLAS METAL
INDUSTRIES, INC.
1135 N.W .V59jh,Driv
North Miami
Phone 625*2451
'B*tW*ho*.For
A Happy Holiday From
THE FURNITURE
DOCTOR
587 NE. 125 St., No. Miami
Phone 757-6161
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
FROM
ZIPP
SPORTING GOODS
7230 Red Road, So. Miami
Phone 665-3534
COMPLIMENTS OF
NYLON
EXTERMINATORS
270 NE. 21st St.
FR 14904
Holiday Greetings From .
GRANDES
Coiffures
11743 S. Dixie Highway,
Sunniland
235-7847
238-9985
TO ALL MOST HAPPY HOLIDAYS
SAL BIONDO'S BODY SHOP, INC.
PAINT AND BODY WORK
Our Guarantee Your Satisfaction
1900 NE 154th STREET-No. Miami Beach
Ph. 947-8685
Eest Wishes for a Happy Holiday Frorr.. ..
American Sightseeing Tours
FOR INFORMATION and RESERVATIONS
PHONE: 633-0281
HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL ..
From
AMERICAN ELEVATOR CORP.
666 N.E. 128th Street, Miami
Phone 758-3897
CLIFFORD C. CASTOR, PRES.
HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL
Miami Jai Alai Fronton
623-9661
L STANLEY BUDDY liRENSON
And Aeaodcrtoa
HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL %
HOLLEMANS RESTAURANT
N.W. 79th Street at 7th Avenue
THE BEST OF FOODS WITH FRIENDLY SERVICE
Air Conditioned Popular Prices- Ample Parking *^
HOLIDAY GREETINGS!
FAMOUS BEEF STICKS!
CHEESE BALLS
HICKORY FARMS
CHEESE STORE
South Miami, Florida 33143
5715 SUNSET DRIVE
A Gift in Good Taste
HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL
Commercial Sewing Machine Co.
SYLVIA & JACK GREENBERG
2035 N.W 1st PLACE, MIAMI, FLORIDA
373-7363
HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL
WESTINGHOUSE ELECTRIC CORPORATION
miVIMOM MVtSKMf
P.O. BOX 397, Miami 33152 634-5461
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL
HOME LUMBER & Industrial Supply Corp.
1050 E. 25th Street Hialeah, Fla. Phone 691-8515
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* Jewish Hcrldiar
Friday. December 13.
1969
A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY
TO THE ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY
EARL M. STARNES
YOUR DADE METRO
COMMISSIONER
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
SARA FKEDKICKS
AMERICANA HOTEL. BAL HARBOUR, FLORIDA
DIPLOMAT HOTEL, HOLLYWOOD BY THE SEA. FLORIDA
TO ALL GREETINGS
NUTA'S MARINE
EQUIPMENT, INC.
"Through the Years Quality & Service"
LOUIS NUTA, JR.
1884 N.W. NORTH RIVER DRIVE
Phone 633-6391
Greetings to All G. ABRAHAM
CARMEL BAKERY
RETAIL u KOSHER
847 Washington Ave., Miami Beach
Phone 538-7592
E. C. PALMER and CO.
DIVISION OF HAMMERMILL PAPER CO.
3250 N.W. 60th STREET
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Phone 633-0666
A VERY HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
Arnold Schecter
CAUSEWAY TIRES. INC.
1505 -79th Street Causeway
PHONE 865 2943
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
HO #f sn; AH MOWER CENTER
SALES and SERVICE
114 S. KROME AVENUE
HOMESTEAD Phone 2478313
afL
aHied furniture leasing co.
6C N.W. 54th Street, Miami
PHONE 751-3611
Aerial Tour Over The Sinai Desert
Continued From Page 9-D
known as "Nasser's Favorite."
Those ziu-zag marks on the ground rcsembl
ing a child's doodling in the sand are actuall)
slit trenches of Soviet design, our guide, a petite.
attractive woman, informs us as we fly over the
air field of Bir Ktamada. Below on,' clearlj sees
hombcd out Egyptian MIGs -racing m otherwise
undamaged landing strip.
From Bir Etamada (Bir in Arabic means a well
or other source of water that may have long ago
dried up) the flight pursues its southward course.
Now one can discern that the terrain is com
posed of subtle gradations of color. Seen from
the air. the veins of pink and light mauve spread
out over the dun-toned expanse like lace work
and give the entire terrain the appearance of rose
hued marble Although it wa- a bright, sunny
day, the rocky slopes seemed to give
own quiet kind of twilight, as if the light ol
heavens is not properly the deserts own I
al dark patches indicating manganese dep
appear as unsightly stains on the vasl
surface beneath us.
The desert rises steeply as the
westward towards the (iulf of Suez. The .
plains that we are approaching the Mitleh
Below us we see a natural roadway flanki
Ste< p mountains on cither side. The pas- .,-
for many centuries by Egyptian and V
Moslem pilgrims on their way to Mecca
Arabia to the East
At Mitleh we headed south auain ah n I
of Sue/ and viewed the oil fields near thi I
Abu Kudeis These petroleum deposits an
beinu worked b\ Israel and ^o long \
helping the government cover in. cosl
pation
A few minutes later we are over (hi
ranite cluster of peaks known collect
Jebel Mn-.i i Arabic for Mt Moses) or m iri pj
larly as Mt Sinai. There is a confusil
versy OVW the exact site of Mount Sina
Mime religious traditions believe that thi
Mount Sinai was actually two peak-
time came to be regarded in legend a>
The monastery of St Catherine's .. _:
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538-7621
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Phone 661-8979
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To All Our Friends
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Kolmer Olin, Inc.
OF THE FONTAINEBLEAU
Ladies Handbags
Costume Jewelry Boutiques
Holiday Greetings
From...
Miami
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847 W. 17 Street, Hialeah
Phone 888-1664 887-0925
BEST WISHES
from
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Aircraft Engines
Specialist
Miami International
Airport
887-0241
CHANUKAH GREETINGS
W & K Trim Shop
16050 W.Dixie Highway
Miami, Florida
Phone 949-1616
Best Wishes For A
Happy Holiday From .
ADVANCE METAL
PRODUCTS, INC.
2445 N.W 76th Street
6912535
Best Holiday Greetings
FLAMINGO
FORD
U.S. 1. N.E. 11th Street
Homestead, Florida
247-5112
HOLIDAY
ANGIES
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Open Daily
Plus Friday Evening*
And Sundays 9-4
497 N.I. 167rh STREET
9471012
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MR. MRS. LOUIS SHEM>
of
LOUIS SHERRY
ASSOCIATES, INC
Realtors
extend best wishes fo: a
Happy Chanuka to AH
Happy Holiday Greet
From
PUPPYLAND, INC.
13715 N.W. 7th Avenue
MIAMI
Phone 681-4431
HAPPY HOLIDAYS
BARBARA and
NEVILLE GREEN
LAMP and
SHADE CENTER
1626 ALTON ROAD
Miami Beach, Florida


Friday. December 13. 1968
+Je* isl' ffcridftori
Paqe 11 3
red-roofed buildings encircled hy a wall and hud-
dled on the northern -lopes of Mt. Sinai is an im-
probable sight. Here nine Greek Orthodox monks
carry on a tradition of study and contemplation
dating back to the 6th Century A.D.. when the
monastery was built to honor St. Catherine of
Alexandria, a religious martyr who according to
legend, was buried on Mt Sinai after angels had
carried her from Egypt
Our guide tells us i. curious facts about
si Catherine's.
It contains an impressive library of Biblical
i .. ai ch I he i ld< si ci pj ol the New Test enl
A.I-
\ .nil- honored cust<
onti Sina feeds the monks The Isra
supplies food and water
The Byzantine Emperor Justinian I i immand-
: that the monastery be built on the very top of
Ml Sinai The architect found this impossible and
constructed it on the slopes When he returned to
Constantinople, he simply reported thai the task
was accomplished, neglecting to mention the ex
act location of the monastery Some time later
and this must lie a classic tale of Ingratitude
Justinian learned the truth and had the architect
executed.
None of the curiosities related bj the
leader could match the amazement we felt at the
sight ol this walled religious community and its
acent olive grove cemetery perched precar
iousl) on .i granite mountain and surrounded b>
barren desert for as far .*- ac could see
After completing its cin le o< or VII S nai, our
m El Sheikh, the southern-
most tip ol th Pi ninsula on the shores ol
the Ri S -hi' ntrance I i the S
i. It was here i the clifl thai an
trance
the strait- and I I bloi .
tati ; the Six-D ij W ar,
V coral reel api
"
Red
I he a i .
thward' (called the ( t
.-'!"....'- I ]
. i
AI Eilal the pi; ni rids and the roup is
bj No- to a hotel for lunch. Sometin then
for a swim before ooardi
hi north over the Negev, the W< t Bank i
Ian River, Jerusalem and Ramallah, finally
Ian ling in Tel Aviv.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
GEORGE M.
CORRIGAN
"Fiber Glass Screening'
3754 N.W. 54th Street
634-2868
Holidav Greetinqs
NELSON'S PHARMACY
Prescription Specialist*
BOB NELSON
Drugs
# Cosmetics
0 Sundries
# Free Delivery
6939 S. W. 57th AVENUE
CORAL GABLES
Phone 666-4425
Holiday Greetinqs
AL FORTINI'S
Fairway Restaurant
& Lounge
2475 N.E. 163rd Strett
North Miami Baach
949-3662
HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL
MILLER
CUT-RATE DRUGS
Prescription Specialists
Vitamin Headquarters
You Never Pay More When
You Shop At
Miller's Drug Store
217 N.E. 1st Ave. Miami
371-6731 -371-5862
A HAPPY CHANUKAH
WINDSOR BEAUTY
SUPPLIES, INC.
16451 N.E. 15th Avenue
North Miami Beech
Phone 945-9911
HAPPY HOLIDAYS
\\ ELTER'S
i:\co
SERVICE
1798 N.W. 183rd Street
Miami
Telephone 621-9229
Mechanical Contractors
Coolinq and Heatinq
SanS
AIR CONDITIONING CO.
Phone 888-2634
7320 N.W. 58th Street
Miami, Florida
TO ALL GREETINGS
HOWELL WINDOW
SERVICE
SALES ft SERVICE
New & Used Doors,
Widows & Screens
17430 So. Dixie Highway
Ph. 238-5102
With Best Wishes For A
Happy Holiday
Season
COLLINS
GLASS
1008 5th STREET
MIAMI BEACH
Phone 531-7697
Holiday Greetings
MR AND
MRS. ZINNof the
LIGHTHOUSE
APARTMENTS
4730 Pinetree Drive
Miami Beach
Phone 538-1224
Holiday Greetings
BOB RENOLDS
"THE ELECTRIC
ZOO"
3103 Grand Avenue
Coconut Grove
448-3625
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
To Our Friends and Customers
CHIC
COIFFEURS
Open Thurs. & Fri. Nite
By Appointment
9346 MILLER ROAD
Phone 271-9552
Holiday Greetings
From
N. DAVIS &
COMPANY, JEWELERS
Miami 358-2485
139 N.E. 1st Street
Holiday Greetings
TO EVERYONE
from
MANNY MARCUS
RADIO TOWER
TV
822 5th St., Miami Beach
PhoneJE 8-2231
I I o\ <. BfeASKlJLL
OF
McAskil! Publishing Company
3811 N. MIAMI AVENUE
Wants to Wish A'l of His Friends
A VERY HAPPY HOLIDAY
I
A VFRY HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
COLONIAL PONTIAC
8301 N.W. 7th AVENUE
MIAMI
PHONE 751-3655
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
REPUBLIC MORTGAGE
CORPORATION
NATHANIEL B ELKINS, PRESiT
9999 N.E. 2nd Avenue
Miami Shores
Phone 759-4521
CHANUKAH GREETINGS FROM .
SOUTHERN AIR
TRANSPORT, INC.
MIAMI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
Phone 888-1444
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKAH
TO THE JEWISH COMMUNITY
LOUIS VERNELL
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
oawsoxts isTEMuons me
FURNITURE and CARPETING
UPHOLSTERY & DRAPES
2325 Coral Way-448-1753
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
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12390 W. DIXIE HWY. 757-9461
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
Ill \ll .A* rOKI'OH \ I IO\
MOE LANGER
6394 So. Dixie Hwy., So Miami PH 667-2533
GREETINGS FROM
ACME PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY
25 Years in Downtown Miami
FREE DELIVERY
J. E. KATSCH Registered Pharmacist
118 S.E. 1st Street 371-7861
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439 ARTHUR GODFREY ROAD
PHONE 531-6577
Manufacturers Of Fine Jewelry
ALL DONE ON PREMISES
J


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ABSTRACTS T/Tlf INSURANCE MORTGAGES
MAIN OFFICE
I5l S.W. 27th AVENUE PHONE: 642-4220
Branch: 2300 E. Oakland Park Blvd., Ft. Laude-cC e
Phone 565-59H
_IDAY GREETINGS FROM .
Pullman Furniture Co.
6450 SO. DIXIE HWY., MIAMI
738 N.E. 6th AVE., FT. LAUDERDALE
} 551 N.E. 167th Street, Miami Beach
HAPPY HOLIDAYS
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-INSURANCE-
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Phone 377-0691
HAPPY CHANUKAH GREETINGS
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ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR, INC.
74 West 29th Street, Hialeah, Florida
Telephone TUxedo 7-2087
TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS
FORMOSA RESTAURANT
5716 S. Dixie Hwy., South Miami
Dial 665-3881
Specializing in CHINESE POLYNESIAN
# AMERICAN CUISINE (Orders to Take Out)
HAPPY HOLIDAYS
JOE GENERAL AUTOMOBILE REPAIRING "Since 1932"
' OUR WORK IS AS GOOD AS THE BEST"
3828 N.W. 2nd AVE. Miami, Fla. Phone PL 7-1155
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL
FROM
SIMCO WASTE PAPER, INC.
PHONE NE 4-7626
Happy Chanukah Wishes To All Our Customers Frc~i
LA FRANCE CLEANERS and DYERS
244 N.W. 35th Street, Miami
537 Arthur Godfrey Road, Miami Beach
Objectives Of Jewish Education
Continued From Pa ID
universally, education and educa-
tional institutions are aereed what
is needed is more time, more days,
and the extension of the educational
process to early childhood and
through adolescence.
The addition of one. two or
even three days of Hebraic program
time to the traditional one day
a-week Reform relisious school;
the increase in talk about Reform-
sponsored Day School; the growth
of Conservative Day Schools; the
acceptance by the community of
the Day School phenomenon; the
new emphasis on summer educa
tional camping these are mam
fest.itions of a new and positive
emphasis to counteract the ever
present desire to dilute
By the same token, the recogni-
tion of secondary Jewish educa-
tion as an essential ingredient of
effective education is now axio-
matic. It has been convincingly
demonstrated that the adolescent
years are the ones in which .lew
ish education can be made meaning
ful and conveyed in more than
juvenile terms. While we are far
from an encouraging set of statis-
tics, it is nevertheless significant
that in ten years, the percentage
of Jewish pupils continuing from
elementary to secondary Jewish
schools, has risen from 7 to 15 per-
cent. We should be enrolling 60-
70 percent in secondary afternoon
schools before we can claim
meaingful achievement.
And while we recognize that
scholarship will probably be the
province of the few. we are begin-
ning to insist that knowledge is
the responsibility of the many If
our educational experiences were
intensive, we might allow our-
selves the luxury of educating a
small number Meanwhile, the
statistics of Jewish education re-
main crucial In a society which
is open and with many options, it
is dangerous to think that a few
knowledgeable Jews will preserve
the many from absorption. In an
open society, it is a matter of life
and death that as many Jews as
possible get to know something
about the history of that heri-
tage which makes Jewish life worth
preserving.
One great new problem also
serves as a focus for the planning
ofJew^ education. It is the vast
ana growing number of younv i, w
ish men and women on the college
campus. Their mobility and their
frequent enrollment in s. 1
from home, compounds the breal
up of the Jewish ghetto Their
difference, sometimes the
tility. often their disci
from Jewish life, tells us
have been missing the mark
choice of options indicr.
we should be teaching 01
lescent and college level
the Jewish idea a aontinuir
ful intellectual and spirit
It is not necessary t" .
definition of ultimate
ish education will be -
and rewardingly occu|>
dressing itself to theme-
teachers, texts for Jewish
members and young I. v
college campus
These are amon:;
mensions which the
American Jewish expi
projected on the horizoi : Jew
ish education Even if we nnol
define the ultimate purp >- vie
can recognize the imm< I eeds
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education is to addles-
ly to these needs
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American Jews and American Presidents
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PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT
Continued From Page 7-D

office attended a Seder. It was in 1912 when
he visited Providence, R. I., and participated in
t -e family Seder of Col. Harry Cutler, later
i resident of the National Jewish Welfare Board.
Franklin D. Roosevelt, who did not attend
any public Jewish functions in or out of the
synagogue, probably addressed more mes-
sages to synagogues and to other Jewish in-
stitutions than any other President. Among the
many gifts he received while in the White
House were a miniature Torah once on display
in the White House, and a Torah rescued from
a burning synagogue in Czechoslovakia. Presi-
dents Truman and Kennedy also received
Torahs. Truman's Torah, a gift from Chaim
Weizmann. first president of Israel, is now in
the Truman Library at Independence, Mo. Ken-
nedy received a Torah from Rabbi Maurice
Eisendrath, president of the Union of American
Hebrew Congregations.
When the Lyndon B. Johnson Library opens
at Johnson City Tex., among its treasured
pieces will be a silver Menorah, presented to
the President on May 5, 1966 at the White
House by Israel's Chief Rabbi Isser Unterman.
President Truman was the first Chief Execu-
tive at whose inauguration u rabbi participated.
He was Rabbi Samuel Thurman of St. Louis'
United Hebrew Congregation, who had been a
colleague of Truman's in the Missouri Grand
Lodge of Masons. Truman was the dedication
Continued On Page 14-D
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American
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Continued From Page 13-D
aker at the Chapel of the 4 Ch
ladelphia, a memorial to Rabbi AL .
Goode and his three non-Jewish (elk
lins who hero's dea::
in Arn y transport i '..'rpedoeci in '''
Wai II. By the push of a button the
converted into a Protestant or (
tagogue,
led .:. I :.
tion. The same honor came to Dr. Nelson
Glueck, president of Hebrew Union College-
Jewish Institute of Religion, at the Kennedy in-
auguration. Rabbi Hyman Judah Srhachtel, o;
Congregation Beth Israel, Houston, was the
rabbinical participant in Johnson's inaugura-
tion.
The 19E4 annual peace prize of the S.
|Ue Council of America a statue of I
ng him beating a a
had been awarded to P .
i he was to have accepted il
, oi 1964. After his dea
the John Fitzaeiald Ken:,

Cn the eve of the Presi.'> :
. worth noting that one of th
|8 about more than ?00 )
lory in America is the fact I
md no other r?ally greet 1
.i people, has be-n
vo Presidents on record a
some minoi disparaq.ng rei
dual Jews John Quincy Adam
lid so eithei before oi
Hi us.-. A third Pres I
-
,'. act of anti-Sam;!:
: e '-'.' ; State Governmei l
fore Grant wo
.-
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>Jew"*#; Ik radii,* in
the
long
note
Continued From Page 3-D
e thai I was right."
\- I mentioned before, I have
. r *<- rather and Mother talking about
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it so often that I seem to remem-
ber its contents to this very day,
as clearly as if I had read it my.
self It read something like this:
"I the undersigned, Yeshayahu
Bershadsky. hereby wager with
my friends Bella and Shmuel. :
that their -on. born at such-and-
such a date, will not be able to
read a line Of Hebrew when he
grows up, will be ignorant of
its literature and will not un-
derstand a word of the books
which I and my colleagues still
blindly and naively write in
this language."
While still in my youth. I read
his rno-t renowned novel: Been
Matara" Without a Goal) but all
that I remembered were those
erotic descriptions which I and
my school-friends so savored dur-
ing our adolescence. I inherited
my father", hooks, but I did not
find any of Bershadsky's writings
among them.
As the years passed, I began
to doubt the ven exist em i
that legendary slip of paper, and
wondered nether it was per-
haps the fr.nt oi the imagination
of my parents whose idealistic
view, have since been vindicated
by history.
Recently, however, there ap-
peared j new edition of Bershad-
sky's novel which I read avidly.
It still make- interesting reading
despite its somewhat antiquated
language and the Russian idioms
of seventy years ago. Suddenly
the tragedy of the skeptical, un-
believing writer appeared before
me in all Its poignant bitterness.
The hero of the book. Adamovitz.
who like the author is a teacher
of Hebrew, does not believe in
the future of the language he is
teaching. He is sunk in despair
because he has no faith in the
work he is doing and. like the
author of the mythical note, he
is convinced Uiat within the span
of one generation, nothing will
remain of the Hebrew language
and its literature. By then the
Jewish national idea will be but
a memory'- and he. Adamovitz. is
.the last of a useless and hopeless
generation.
When I finished reading the
book. I felt as though I had dis-
covered at the bottom of an old
suitcase the vanished note to
which Father and Mother turned
for consolation in hard times, and
which to them signified the tri-
umph of their faith in their goal
And I lived once again the trag-
edy of that young author, who
dedicated his short life to the
glory of the Hebrew language,
while consuming doubt gnawed
incessantly at hi- heart
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Section E
Km^hanunak- J-cstival v^y *Lm>iahts
Chanukah. celebrated this year
from Dee. lt> to Dec. 23. is known
as the "Festival of Lights," a
name rooted in the practice of
lighting candles on eight 8UCO --
give nights. The name of the
holiday "dedication" in Hebrew
- stems from Judah the Macca-
bee's rededication of the Second
Temple In Jerusalem about 165
BCE. The festival also mark-; his
victory some three years earlier
over the Greek king Antiochus
Epiphanes, a tyranl of the 11 >i.>
of Seteucus who had plundered
the Temple while seeking to
forcibly Hellenize Judt a
His cruel excesses agaii si I
Jews which Included efforts to
compel them to participate In
paean ntes Ignited the Hasm
nean uprising. The Hasmoneans
utie a priestly dynasty founded
by Mattathias ..t Modin, and his
five sons. Judah among them, led
the popular rebellion in Palesti
~t Antiochus.
The celebration takes place t*>-
tween Kislev 25 and Tevet 2 on
the Jewish calendar. The founda-
tion of this is the text of I Mac-
cabees 4:59: "And Judah and his
brethren and the whole congre-
gation of Israel ordained that the
days of the dedication of the
altar should be kept in their
seasons from year to year for
eight days from the 25th dav ol
Kislev This became embellished
bj the Talmud (Shabbat 21bi
which state-, thai the festival
continued for eight days because
the oil discovered In the Temple.
though enough only for one day,
burned miraculously for eight
i;::ul new supplies were located.
i mukah candles are lighted
In an < Ight-branch candelabrum
known as a men irah from a
i inth candle known as the sham-
Thi- Mao/ Tzur iFortn ss
Rock), a song believed to have
i pen composi d by Mordccai, a
13th Century liturgical poet, is
Tins practice originally
took place in the Ashkenazi rite
only. Sephardim also recite t.".o
30th Psalm.
In the synagogue the dedica-
tion-offering of the princes
(Numbers 7:1 -S:4 > is read from
the Torah, and in the liturgy the
full Hallel (Psalms 113-118 is
recited. Al-Nissim, the Chanukah
special prayer, i> inserted :
Amidah (as well as in graci
after meals i and recalls thi
Temple miracle.
Candles arc Inserted on -
cessive nights, an additions
added nightly, iron: right to left.
While thi' lighting itself is '
left to right. The menorah is tra
ditionally placed in a prom
place to symbolically "advertise
the mirai
The menorah of Chanukah. a
non-Biblical holiday, origi
was an oil lamp. Rut over the
years it assumed the design >l
the seven-branched candelal
which was used in the Te
In recent years craftsmen and
artists have created a wide va-
riety of menorah forms.
On the first Sabbath of Chanu-
kah the prophetical portion road
i- Zechariah 2:14-4:7 which In-
cludes the verse: "Not by might
nor by power, hut by My spirit.
saith the Lord ol Hosts." This
emphasis is seen as a rabbinical
li sire to play down the military
t i et of Chanukah and to focus
on the tacit ot the survival of
i ligious values threatened by
pagan and idolati o is fot ces.
One of the family customs of
I kali i~ to pa~< veningS at
spinning the t'hanukah top
- "dreidel" or "trendel" in Yid-
dish. It bears the initials ot the
H bit u phrase \ gn it miracle
happened then:" in Israel the
word here" is substituted for
'there." One of the principal CUS-
i> the eXChai gifts
iding money iChanukah


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Friday. December
13.
*t
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL .
CAREY MATTHEWS
Your State Representative
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Phone 757-3416
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MEMRERS 1 ff.tf'/'V iHAM Kill
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Christmas hitting you on TV. ... -e _e.^
paper ads and store windows .-;.-. _- .
veisation with friends and neig.ibors.
To a Jew in Israel with other r-.emores
Chanukah had a different mec: ~
haps one more in keeping v./:. .. -tr^s,^
value of the FestivaL
Walking down the street in fcnndta -
the divided city, not the whole :. y. \yy..
the old man smiled at ell the mdlei
in the windows, 'lust like in the 1 :ouatn
ct Chanukah." he said.
The old country was pre-v.
And ;r. the death camps?
"In the death camp* be
l;ke the other hohd :
it we could not urderst
At ea
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still alive. Others, relatives, friends, were
gone. But we were still alivev Fewer of us
were still living each day. but we were still
here ... It galled us ."
We walked on a little and he spoke
again.
"It's impossible to explain. Many Jews
stopped being Jews. But many continued.
And both lived or died, without any reason
... I guess even the non-Jew Jew was still
a Jew. Up to the end they were still a part of
the total Jewishness ."
Did many still believe?
"What is believing? We were living, we
were Jews. And the ones that were not with
us. they were still Jews. The breathing ones
made known their Jewishness in their own
way. Some even prayed. But we were all
Jews and everyone in the camp knew it ..."
And in a softer voice he added: "The others
are Jews someplace else and everyone
knows that, too."
He was quiet for a long time thinking.
remembering.
"You know, if you were not there, there
is no way to make you understand ... it's
not even something of the mind it's deep
.nside. the unexplainabb something that
each Jew at least once in his life must
acknowledge ..."
He looked up and smiled at the candles
burning in all the windows.
"You know, this is Chanukah for the Jew
today. I'm a freer man here. Even in Poland
then I wasn't free, really.
"I wonder what the Hashmonaim felt
when they began? ... I don't know if you
can equate the death of the Jews then with
the rededicated Temple and the greater sense
of identity and self-awareness that the sur-
vivors gained ... I don't even know if all
the Jews in all the camps equal Israel ... I
try to think so ..."
He looked at me. "There is so much I
don't know ... But ... I'm here it's
Chanukah ... I suspect that's the only an-
swer I can get for now."
It will have to do for Jews today in
America.
And one other thing: A* the "holiday
spirit" fills the air, I realize that the answer
is always between Chrismas tinsel and
Chanukah candles ... there is no inter-
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his political enemies freely ac-
knowledged.
-,-. -.. .,. .
I -Adiafcrt is reflected .in his let-
ters. He \i as prolific letter writ-
..W--11W given to. writing. 10 u c h
else. He found an outlet and a re-
+Jewlst thriftier
Page 5-E
leae in letters. He wrote them
to a variety of people in Hebrew.
Yiddish. English, German. French
and Russian. He sometimes in-
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serted Yiddish Weizmannisms
into Russian or English letters in
order to make his point or to
make a joke.
There are well over 20.000 let-
tersan inexhaustible source of
history and an illuminating guide
to the character of the man who
was not only the leader of the
Zionist movement in the most
crucial time of our historv hut
also one of the greatest men of
the 20th Century, according to
the great English historian. Sir
Charles Webster, a non-Jew and
not given to exaggeration
To judge by this first volume
edited by Leonard Stein
the trustees of the Weizmann
Archives and the editors of the
project, Meyer w. Weisgal and
Julian Meltzer. have decided to
leave out very little, to let Weiz-
mann present himself through
his letters, warts and all.
This is vital, for Weizmann is
one of those leaders who had the
quality of commanding the
boundless loyalty and devotion of
his followers, disciples and co-
workers. He had enemies, of
course, and adversaries. But
those who worked with him gave
him their unquestioning loyalty
and affectionand continue to do
so after his death. The magic
still works and the spell still
holds.
It would have been expecting
too much from them to expect an
objective appraisal of Weizmann
the man and statesman. Even
non Jews, men like Lord Boothby
and Richard Grossman, tend to
become lyrical when they write
of Weizmann. Why. I once heard
Randolph Churchill go into rap-
tures when he mentioned Weiz-
mann. -There was nothing I
would not do for him." said Ran-
dolph. There were very few peo-
ple about whom Randolph would
speak thus. At the same time, it
would be risky and unfair to
rely on Weizmann's opponents to
present the picture or prepare
the material for the future histo-
rian. His opponents, too. were un-
compromising. This is why it is
vital to have the letters and
papers undoctorcd.
The first letter m this saga Is
dated Summer. 1885no day or
month givenand Is in Hebrew.
Weizmann, then 11 years old.
writes to his former teacher,
Shlomo Tsvi Sokolovsky.
I cannot follow those who are
excited about Weizmann's Zionist
opinions of those days. He was
only 11, a normal, clever boy, a
little too opinionated. Surely,
(Continued on Page 15)
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Miriam: Well, teacher, Antiochus wanted
to destroy the Jewish people and the Jew.
religion. Instead, he himself was defeated.
It teaches us that those who go about trying
to destroy others end up by destroy
themselves.
Teacher: Very good. Miriam. Philip, you
have your hand up.
Philip: Chanukah teaches us to be brave
and stand up for our rights, like if somec:.e
tries to bully me, I should not run a
The Jews did not have the large armie
their enemy had. but they stood their gi |
and won.
Teacher: Very good. Philip. As you
Chanukah has a lesson not only for a n
but for every individual.- Sam. I seo
hand is up. You have gone farther .
studies than most of us. You have
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in the little town of Modin. the Maccabean
family offered resistance and others began
to join them. The Talmud says that "one
candle lights another."
Teacher: That's fine. I hope all of you
will remember that saying from the Talmud.
"One candle lights another." A person may
not be very strong by himself but he may
inspire others and. together, they become
very strong. Now. Joey. I see a smile on
your face. What does Chanukah teach you?
Joey: Chanukah teaches everybody to
give Chanukah "geh" to the children.
Teacher: Well, that's something, too. I
am glad. loey, you appreciate it. Milton,
what does Chanukah teach you?
Milton: Antiochus. the enemy of the Jews,
was a dictator. I think the lesson of Chanukah
is that democracy is the best government
and dictators are bound to lose out.
Teacher: Well said. Milton. Dictatorships
generally have not shown any longevity.
Sarah, what do the Chanukah candles say
to you?
Sarah: 1 think candles are very romantic.
I think lovers should always choose candles
instead of electric lights and I think love is
like that. too. You must not try to see each
others weaknesses so much. You must have
a little light instead, so you cannot see the
little bad spots in each other, and instead
you see only the big things which really
count. *
Teacher: Well. I never quite expected
such a lesson from the Chanukah candles
but there is quite a bit of good philosophy in
what you say. There is a kind of poetry in
the candles' glow. Shakespeare sensed it
when he wrote:
"So far that little candle throws its beams
So shines a good deed in a naughty world."
Bernard: I think the story of Chanukah is
very much like the story of the Six-Day War.
so Chanukah teaches us that history repeats
itself.
Teacher: That is very true. In fact, you
may go further and say the story of Chanu-
icah. of the Maccabean struggle, served to
inspire the whole Zionist movement. You
know the first Zionist publication in America
was called "The Maccabean."
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This Area on Home Loans
LOWEST RATES
No Mortgage Insurance
Charge
Holiday Greetings
M RMAM
COMPANY
I 345 N. Miami Avenue
Phone 379-2661
BLANCHE'S
PANTRY
779 N.E 125th Street
Phone 751-9196
A Happy Holiday To All
nisi >aunv Shorvs
Pharinitvu
Extendsrlohday
Greetings To AM
10980 Biscayne Boulevard,
Miami, Florida
Telephone 757-1827
Happy Holida
i.l S Ui DRl GS
18430 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach
Phone 945-2617
AW VIMS
COFFEE SIKH'
nds Best Wishes
13737 N.W. 7th Avenue
Miami, Florida
Phone 681-9789
Holiday Greetings From .
19th HOLE BAR
Where Friends Meet
and Relax
1910 S.W. 57th Ave.
Miami, Florida
Phone 667-9130
Holiday Greetings
Gold Seal
Bakery
2239 Coral Way
(off 22nd Ave.)
Phone 446-9330
Holiday Greetings
HYGENATOR
PILLOW SERVICE
2170 N.W. 17th Avenue
Phone 634-3422
Holiday Greetings To Ai
-ful ius
yiarqoliea
70 S Prospect Drive
Coral Gables
KINGS HEX All.
PHARMACY
12451 S. Dixie Highway
Miami, Florida
Phone 235-7821
lends
Season's Greeting;
>1 I \
PIZZ \
d
9722 Bird Road
Miami, Florida
Phone 221-2259
HAPPY HOLIDAYS
ALBERTS
GARAGE
1529C W. Dixie Highway
Miami, Florida
Phone 945-3561
I
MARYLAND
FRIED CHICKEN
Extends Holiday Greetings
1901 N.E. I68rh Street
North Miami Beach
Phone 949-4004
Happy Chanukah From
BOYLES
PHARMACY
2511 BISCAYNE BLVD.
379-5743
Ho'i 1 n .
RICH PHOTOS
18 S.W. 27th Ave Miami
Telephone 445-3721
IPY CHANUKAH
CORONET
CHOCOLATES
1260 Washington Ave.
Miami Beach, Fla.
538-2026
GREETINGS
ROBINSON
GALLERIES INC.
NEW LOCATION
627 So. Miami Avenue
MIAMI
Phone 374-5713
greetings:
DORWIN'S
IVY SHOP
1574 Washington Ave.
Miami Beach 532 4061
NUKAH
RAPID DELIVERS
SERVICE
945-4365
RAPID MR CARGO
633-8591
W. L. COX PAINTING & MAINTAINANCE CO.
Extends Greetings To All
1515 S.W. 67th Avenue Pnon. 6o7.8264


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HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
f Butdh Jnns Jk )
^. s or amcwica. inc j[__^^r
4685 PONCE DE LEON, CORAL GABLES
PHONE: 666-3355
Jerome H. Weinkle and Alan B. Kessler
HAPPY CHANUXAH TO ALL
From
SOLTHGATE TOWERS
APARTMENTS
900 West A ve Miami Beach
Nathan S. Gumenick 532-3331
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
jBw
Resort
MOTOR HOTEL
ON THE OCEAN AT 26h STREET
Miami Beach, Flotida
BALMORAL HOTEL
9801 Collins Avenue & Ocean
EXTENDS TO ALL
A HAPPY CHANUKAH
MAYOR SHERMAN WINN, Vice President Genera'Manager
MR. and MPS. MURRY KORETZKY
AND FAMILY
National Hotel
1677 COLLINS AVENUE JE 2-2311
MIAMI BEACH
JIMMY PAYTON LARRY PASKOW
AND THE ENTIRE 5TAFF AT ThE
HARBOR ISLAND SPA
ON THE 79th STREET CAUSEWAY
MIAMI BEACH
EXTEND THEIR BEST WISHES FOR
A HAPPY CHANUKAH
SUNSET INN RESORT MOTEL
ISLAMORADA. FLORIDA
FOR RESERVATIONS, PHONE 238-5411 or 664-4632
HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
FOUR FREEDOMS HOTEL
3800 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Phone 531-0741
MR. AND MRS. BEN DELN1CK
1420-1430 OCEAN DR., MIAMI BEACH
wish all our guests and friends
A HAPPY CHANUKAH HOLIDAY
Friday. Dece-.b* |3 ^
^Holiday
re&tincfd
A VERY HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
CHARLES HOTEL
1475 COLLINS AVENUE JE 1-6711
MIAMI BEACH
........ ,- i
....
HELENE RESIDENTIAL HOTEL & APTS.
1030 15th Street, Miami Beach
Phone: 538-0534
CHANUKAH GREETINGS FROM .
Di i i no hoi ii
Oceanfront at Lincoln Road, Miami Beach
Phone 531-0811
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
FOI \T\l\HI\o MOTEL
16001 COLLINS AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
PHONE: Wl 7-2684
HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
BEACHCOMBER RESORT MOTEL
Fully A -Conditioned Free C I reakfast for Guests
Wl 56511 Ocean at 189th, Miami Beach
HOLIDAY CREETINGS TO ALL
FENIMORE APARTMENT HOTEL
1200 EUCLID AVE.
Ph. 531-9681
HAPPY CHANUKAH
COLONIAL INN
947-4571
18101 Collins Avenue
ON THE OCEAN
Sincere Best Wishes
A Happy Chanukah
To Our Friends
MR. & MRS.
BERNARD CHARKOSKY
CAVALIER
HOTEL
1320 OCEAN DRIVE
Phone 531-7661
GREETINGS FROM
NASH
HOTELS
AL and SAUL NASH
MONTMARTE HOTEL
4775 COLLINS AVENJE
Phone JE 2-1731
Mr. Hci: .
Gener::
Seymour Dnsi
HOTEL PROMENADE
2475 COLLINS AVENUE
JE 8-5721
Promenade '.'
Chanukah Greet
All Our ; -
WEBSTER HOTEL
1220 COLLINS AVENJE
MIAMI BEACH
Phone: 534-4628
Located in B
Coral Gal
VILLA ((Hill/
M O 7 / /-
4700 S.W 8th Street
Coral Gables
445-5453
HAPPY CHAN UK.'
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
AND CLIENTS FR
New WMrianoni
llolrl
18th STREET
and
COUINS AVENUE
Sid A Fay
Herbert


tidcy. December 13. 1968
*Jen/f Mririd/iftr
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Sponsored by the Jewish Community Center of Spring-
field, Mass., an afiiliate of the National Jewish Welfare
Board, this Chanukah Torch Run enlists the participa-
tion of 18 local Jewish organizations. The torch relay
is part of the Center's special Chanukah programs,
which reflect Festival of Light activities for young
members of Jewish Community Centers throughout the
United States.
llth Happiness and
Peace in the World
WILLIAM W.
SHAYNE- REALTOR
701 N. Miami Avenue
Phone 374-5164
rigs To

SURFSIDE
HEALTH
SHOPS
9482 Harding Avenue
Phone 865-7930
Holiday Greetings
To Cur Friends & Cu$t<
SUBURBAN
HEALTH &
COSMETICS
9487 Harding Avenue
Phone 866-2496
A Happy Holiday To All
COPERNICO'S
RESTAURTNT
2 50 N.E. 183rd Street
North Miami Beach
Phone 621-0944

Holiday Greetings To All
COMMUNITY
DRUG STORE
6750 N.W. 15th Avenue
Miami, Florida
Phono 691-6651
A Happy Chanukah To All
CEDAR
CAB CO.
8744 S.W. 132nd Street
Phone 235-5552
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
THE CASINO
JOSEPH TROPPE
2222 N. Ocean Blvd.
Ft Lauderdale
Phone 949-1707
CHANUKAH GREETINGS
AARON
EINLEGER
COMPANY
217 N.W. 25th Street, Miami
Phone 633-0108
Happy Holidays To All
CRANE BROS..
RAMBLER
7000 N.W. 2nd Avenue
Miami, Florida
FARR
JEWELERS
828 E. 125th Street
Phone 754-9077
Extend Holiday
Greetings To All
Holiday Greetings
FLORIDA
PHYSICIANS
APOTHECARY
3146 Coral Way
Phone 445-0531
9209 Bird Road
Phone 226-4885
HOLIDAY GREETINGS PROM
FCOD SPOT
STORES
Groceries & Dairy Stores
Located
Throughout Dade County
Holiday Greetings
To Our Friends & Cust
HARPER'S
SHOES
RED CROSS
9438 Harding Avenue
Phone 865-7996
Holiday Greetings Fi n
PARK SHORE
PHARMACY
10898 N.E. 6th Avenue
Miami Shores
754-9508
Holiday Greetings
To Our Friends & Neighbors
PLAY GIRL
BEAUTY
SALON
1147 Kane Concourse
Bay Harbor Island
CHANUKAH GREETI^GS^
AND BEST WlSHES;'tO ALL
Franklin Federal Savings
& Loan Association
111 N.W. 5th STREET
MIAMI
Nappy Chanukah from The Ciment family
FEATURING ORIGINAL OILS
S. Ciment
A TRADITION IN FINE CUSTOM FRAMING
IN MIAMI FOR OVER 20 YEARS
ALSOARTISTS SUPPLIES
BEAUTIFUL OIL PAINTINGS AT MODERATE PRICES
LINCOLN MALL ART CENTER
942 LINCOLN RD COR. OF MICHIGAN AVE., MIAMI BEACH
PH. 534 7327 OPEN DAILY C10SED SAT & SUN.
CHANUKAH GREETINGS TO ALL .
11 oe:iim ai iio yisi ai.. ><
3942 N. Miami Avenue, Miami
Phone 759-4473
BEST WISHF3 FROM .
CORTLEY MANUFACTURING CORP.
705 WEST 28 STREET, HIALEAH
885-4574
TO ALL ... C R I C 7 I N G S
f'nrf'.s VJvrtrie Motor Service
Specialiiirt] in Direct Current Motors Ni* and Rebuilt
1666 N.W. 7th AVENUE PHONE FR 4-0155
CHANUKAH GREETINGS TO ALL .
I.. (ilJ.V.W. ROUTE 1 BOX NO. 509 HIALEAH GARDENS
Telephone 887-8109
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
AAA III 11 It SERVICE
130 N.E. 2nd AVENUE
FR 9-0041
HAPPY HOLIDAYS TO ALL .
MITCH'S STEAK RANCH
7419 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Phone: PL 7-6811
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL
ORTHOPEDIC REHABILITATION CENTER
857 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach
Phone 534-5123
54th STREET DRIVE IN TV INC.
1630 N.W. 54th Street 696-1437
Extends Best Wishes For The Holidays
ATLANTIC TOWERS HOTEL
Extends Greetings To All
4201 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Phone 534-4751


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13. 1968
1
CHANUKAH GREETINGS FROM
NATIONAL BANKS
WIST HOllYWOOD HOLLYWOOD MIAMI
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MIAMI, FLORIDA
ACCHOIT.T1 ON THIOUOH HOW AID JR. I MIAMI DADf Jl COUEOES
HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL ,
CaJuini.
ICE CREAM PARLOR
1349 WASHINGTON AVE,
OUR PRODUCTS ARE
STRICTLY KOSHER
a
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
MIAMI MILITARY ACADEMY
10601 BISCAYNE BLVD.
TEL. 758-7648
GENE BERRY'S MODERN PERCUSSION STUDIOS
636 East 4th Ave., Hialeah Phone 887-5642
ttffTINGS
HOFFMAN OFFICE SUPPLY COMPANY, INC
- Mh> Omn-1 ate
M HIAtfAH MHVf HUlMh. Fta. **. TU a-*4F1>
HAPPY HOLIDAYS TO ALL .
GEORGE G. WHITNEY REAL ESTATE
1 LINCOLN ROAD JE 8-7401
A Happy Chanukah To The Entire Jewish Community
MIKE'S NEWS and SUNDRIES
CIGARS MAGAZINES STATIONERY
465 Arthur Godfrey Road Miami Beach Phone JE 8-6707
HOLIDAY GREETINGS from
FAIR HAYEKS
LUTHERAN RETIREMENT AND NURSING CENTER
(201 Curtiss Parkway. Miami Springs Tel. 887-1565
Question-
Box
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
What is the origin of the
"Haneros Hallalo" ("these
lights") which is recited
after the benediction of the
Chanukah lights?
The earliest text we have 1 I
this is railed minor
tates <>f the Talmud iMasse-
chel Soferim) which some ci
claim is from the Gaonic ;
Its final redaction was from that
I although the material may
well be from the Talmudic pe-
riod. This generally gives the
meaning of the candle lighting
and proclaims the miracle Many
pronounce this formula after the
first candle is lit and before light-
ing the rest (on those nights when
more than one candle is lit).
Some claim that this paragraph
has 36 words and that this repre-
sents the number of candles that
are lit in total on the eight days
of Chanukah; Some carry this
. n-.imoer valuft of 36 further and
connect it to the account Jn Lhe^
*>lidraifr^wnesis Raoba in
where it i> told that Adam had
3t> hours of uninterrupted light
after he war. created. Thereafter,
the world grew dark and Adam
waj frightened le>t his punish-
ment ca>t him into total dark-
He later understood that
such is the process of nature.
Later, when the day started grow-
ing longer, he felt as if he were
once again coming into the good
graces of the Almighty.
The Chanukah festival comes
a- just aboul the time when the
reached and the
. starts lo grow longer. The
inukah lights thus serve > a
., symbol that il is possible for
mar to be resti red I 1 the original
ht light ol >n which he
lost, just a- the Jews re-toredthe
light unto the Temple after it
I 1 I been lost and defiled at the
hand> of oppressors
Why is there no special fes-
tive meal associated with
Chanukah as there is with
other holidays?
The Talmud contrasts the ob-
jectives of the observance of
Chanukah with that of Purim.
Purim is classified as "days of
fea.-ting and gladness" (Esther
COU'.P. SANDER'S
BtCIPE
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
KENTUCKY FRIED CHICKEN DINNER
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Gravy & Hot Roll SI.15
"FINGER LICKIN' GOOD"
Self-service Picnic Room-Carry Out or Eat In
Fish Dinner $1 # Sea Food Dinner SI.30
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* BOX it BUCKET ir BARREL PICK IT UP
CHANUKAH GREETINGS TO ALL .
Vt olperi Furniture Co.
"Takes care of you, just like mama usec I
1200 CORAL WAY
Phone: 373-0238
HOLIDAY HUNTERS
5830 SUNSET DRIVE, SO. MIAMI 666-2516
7432 DADELAND MALL 667-2524
A VERY HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
SUPER SERVICE DRY CLEANERS & LAUNDRY
3890 Bird Road, Coral Gables
Phone 446-6752
A Happy Chanukah To The Entire Jewish Community
MR. A MRS.
ALBERT ROSENBERG
* EAMiLY
BOB'S PLUMBING CO.
6787 S.W. 8th STREET
PHONE 661-6406
Extends Holiday Greetings To All
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
CLAGGETT ELECTRIC COMPANY, Inc
ALTERATIONS and REPAIRS ^
so. s.w. .** ,.,, ,,J RE a Mi|
9:22) whUe Chanulcali
as "da.vs,of prais- and
Jjjf fcafcudjaj.
The commentator. rt
the difference ben,,
and Purim in this res,
the nature of what m
in the crisis and wtia' ,
in the victory. In th.
Pur.ni. the bod.y
the Jewish populati
stake because Han
ed their exterminai
Therefore, the festiv;
in the bodily pleas
and drinking, inthi
brought about Chai
spiritual axistenci
people was at stal
ochus had forbi
serve certain has
and the Hellenist
ganism was swei 1
Thus, the victor)
celebrated in matti
by offering pra
giving to the Almi
Some have allow*
the liberty of feasl 1
kah because the Hi
of the Megillah \
(originally written in \ramaic
and having no allusi feast
ing) does contain a stati
like that found in the H
Esther which alludes > "feasting
and gladness" as the keynote of
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Religion In Israel
''I" -'!'i ij i ;i.i.- -iwir
By RABBI SAMUEL SILVER
It is true that in Israel a rabbi not declared
kosher by the Ministry of Religions may not per-
form a marriage.
Despite that fact I wish Reform and Conserva-
tive rabbis would not make such a fuss over the
issue of religious freedom in Israel.
I say this because recently the non Orthodox
U-wish leaders put their heads together and said
hoy wanted something done about the situation.
rhe meeting made the front pace of the New
York Times, and a few days later it was de-
.minced by the president of one of the Orthodox
.ihbmic un ups.
It la wonderful when rabbis of various denom-
ationa get together. They should assemble often.
and their meetings should include representatives
: Orthodoxy, for what unites us Jews is far
greater than that which divides us.
But I wish our rabbis would not "noodje" Is-
i! an religion. The government of Israel has
a coalition since it began. In the coalition
ihe Mapai has always included the Orthodox bloc
ind the latter has insisted that it will be part of
e government on condition that Orthodox rules
revail in the Army, in federal installations and
i
j
In such things as marriage. The Mapai has con-
sented because it would rather be linked to the
pietists than to some other suitors whose views it
doen't care for.
Israel has enough troubles now without being
nagged by American rabbis. And Israel has more
everyday religion brightening its landscape than
any nation on earth. Even Israelis who are dis-
enchanted with the synagogue carry out every
day the mandate of our faith: to be brotherly, to
be devoted to sacred causes, to be charitable, to
be studious, to be familiar with our background,
to appreciate the import of our holidays, etc.
Every time a well meaning Reform or Con-
servative rabbi belittles Israel for something or
other, some borderline American Jew seizes on
the statement as an excuse not to give to the
I'JA, the JNF. or one of the other life saving
channels of aid to that glorious and beleaguered
little democracy, the State of Israel.
I plead with Reform and Conservative col-
leagues that they call a truce even on justified
criticism. After the Israelis cot the Arab leaders,
the Soviet leaders and the U.N. leaders off their
lacks, then there will be plenty of time to srt
down with the Israelis and talk about who should
officiate at weddings.
Chanukah Greetings To
All
Snowbrite Co.
Roof Cleaning & Painting
Phones:
373-8125-947-6465
HENRY'S AUTO
& TRUCK PARTS
2038 N.W. 27th Ave.
Chanukah Greetings From
The Gardiner
School
140 N.E. 1 19th STREET
MIAMI SHORES
754-7331
Chanukah Greetinqs To
OUR JEWISH rHIENDS
AND CUSTOMERS!
D!CK MEYER
Atlantic Service Station
8620 S.W. 8th St.
221-9787
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
BAKER'S
CARPET, INC.
120 N.W. 25th St.
Ph. 635-0902
Jonn A. Daker, President
Grotor Miami't Oldest I largest
A HAP^Y CHANUKAH to our FRIENDS and PATRONS
Bonfire Restaurant
HICKORY ROASTED FOOD OVER OPEN BONFIRE
To All Those Of The Jewish Faith
In Our Community We Extend
Our Sincere Good Wishes For Chanukah
MIAMI LINCOLN MERCURY
'Largest In The South"
8101 N.W. 7th AVENUE Phone: 757-8468
BEST WISHES TO ALL
FOR A HAPPY CHANUKAH
COASTAL MERCHANDISING CO.
7370 N.W. 36th Avenue, Miami
i
HOWARD PREUSS
TO ALL HOLIDAY GREETINGS
TESCOTT ViAHHl COY EREXG
Phone 538-3303
1439 ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEACH
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
MIAMI BEACH ANIMAL HOSPITAL
DR. STANLEY WASMAN
1929 PURDY AVENUE JE 4-2156
H flNGS I ROM .
W AlCIIBMEt A III-:* KIN 'II till
MACHINE SHOP
27 S.E. 5th STREET
Phone 373-3689
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
Uncle Eric's Happy Town
Tht Store Where the Unusuol is Usual Imported ond Domestic Tov
2800 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables Phone HI 4-0470
Holiday Greetings From ...
INDUSTRIAL LIFT
TRUCKS, INC.
'A Complete Line of Material Handling Equipment"
7175 N.W. 27th Avenue
Phone: 696-8911
MACK'S CYCLE SHOP
SCHWI1S1S BICYCLES
SALES REPAIRS ON ALL MAKES
OVER 500
BIKES IN STOCK
WE CARRY A FULL LINE
OF ADULT BICYCLES
5995 SUNSET DRIVE, SOUTH MIAMI
On Sunset Drive 1 Block West of U.S. No. 1
Phone 661-8363
TO ALL MY FRIENDS AND ACCOUNTS
HAPPY HOLIDAYS
E. H. BROEKEMA
Oi-vr 20 Year*
invomv Tax Expvi'ivnve
12405 N.W. 2nd AVENUE
PL 4-1439
TO THE ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY...
BEST WISHES FOR A JOYOUS CHANUKAH
T. Pla & Co. Es
pana
IMPORTERS OF SPANISH & ISRAELI GIFTS & DECORATION
ITEMS Mantillas. Combs, Dolls, Flamenco Dancers, Ceram-
ics, Fans, Paints, Wood & Iron Items, Bulls, Guitars, Etc.
751 S.W. 8th ST., Miami 377-4844
CHANUKAH GREETINGS TO ALL .
FROM
Oliver Manor
Nursing Home
1255 N.E. 135th ST., N. MIAMI
PHONE 751-9791
HAPPY CHANUKAH and BEST WISHES TO ALL .
REX ENGRAVING OF MIAMI, INC
63 N.W. 6th St., Miami
FR 7-4761
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
BUYAMA REFRIGERATiON CO.
651 N.W. 106th Street, Miami
Phone 758-7850
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL
LORY'S FASHION SHOPS
TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS
WHOLESALE FRUIT & VEGETABLES
1200 N.W. 22nd STREET Ph. 379-2796
(Y PRODI *CE COMPANY
PORTOFINO
SfcNDS GREETINGS TO
ALL HIS FRIENDS


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Holiday Greetings
To All .
ARTHU
DAIRY
754-4521
IT IS WITH PLEASURE WE EXTEND
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL FROM
MISHCON FAMILY
MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FR .
SIMPLEX PISTON RING MFG. CO.
75 N.E. 74th STREET, MIAMI
Phone 751-2571
COMPLIMENTS
OF
Harvey Ruvin
MAYOR OF NORTH BAY VILLAGE
HOLIDAY GREETINGS I ROM .
MIAMI BEACH SHOE SERVICE
163S JEFFERSON AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
PHONE: 532-4181
HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
WASHINGTON AVE. SUPER MARKET
1051 WASHINGTON AVE., MIAMI BEACH
MR. and MRS. CHARLES REICHENTHAL
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
ICAI.IH.II SPECIALTY >IH..
2450 N.W. 76rh STREET, MIAMI
Phone 691-5421
* IVw If#> IfhriciHr
Friday, D
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Dec
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Chanukah lights, some like those shown above at Fort
Meade, Md., shine at military posts all over the world
through arrangements made by Jewish chaplains
served and supplied by the Commission on Jewish
Chaplaincy of the National Jewish Weliare Board.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
COMMONWEALTH LAND TITLE
INSURANCE CO.
MAIN OFFICE
42 S.W. 1st ST.
MIAMI FLA
BRANCH OFFICE
12345 N.E 6th AVE
MIAMI, FLA
Ho reetings From
DADE PIPE & PLUMBING
ALL STATE PUMP CO.
4923 N W 17th AVENUE
Phone 633-6338
< o.
A VERY HAFPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
PERGAMINO PRINTING
317 N.E. 2nd Avenue
Telephone 377-3805
Holiday Greetings Fro -
FLORIO-ROSATI HAIR STYLISTS
3905 Alton Road, Miami Beach
532-6351
TO ALL HAPPY HCLIDAYS
STEVES GARAGE
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Paqe 15-E
makah Question Rox
,< oBtlmwd from Case 12)
. h While undoubtedly this
|h, victory In the episode of
nal expression from the ca-
ral Hook of Esther in order
ive the Megillah of Antiochus
ook of canonical authenticity
., h it never had and never
:nedi. some people used to
, this as an authorization for
anukafa feast.
ti-ponsible rabMnic authori-
.ilways opposed such a prac-
tice and regarded any feast that
took place on Chanukah as an
optional one without any real re
lifiious connotation Among the
Sephardic (Oriental) Jewish com
munities, the custom developed
of having a special holiday feast
for children on Chanukah. In Al
giers. a special meal was made
for the schoolchildren in which
a special delicacy containing
meat, wine and sweets was
served
trtrait Of A Young $fnn
i <>i,tiniH-it from Pag* 5)
:h more interesting and im-
y. I is his promise not to give
Hebrew. He kept it The first
sidenl of Israel arrived from
Miaspora to take officehe
actually in America wtien
State was proclaimedbut he
w more Hebrew than most ls-
i- ,i!mi premises In -his letter
observe '"Judaism" This is
says in translation ."Ju-
But young I'haim was
I "Jewishneat," which
tig quite different. This
hi kept, too. Ilf repre-
a Jewishness which was
it rather than An
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glo-religious. Assimilation, he de-
tested.
The letters to Herzl are on the
cool side There is respect in
them, even admiration, but no af-
fection or devotion. Considering
that the movement was small and
its leaders were all cronies as
well as fellow Zionists, Weizmann
appeared as an outsider. But it
was the beginning of the century.
He soon presided over a group of
hi- own cronies antl admirers.
It transpires front the letters
that Weizmann's Zionism was al-
ways undiluted. Neither Marx
rmr Mammon made any impact
upon him He was single-minded.
Even Ins scientific research was
In Jerusalem. Sephardic .lews
conducted such feasts for school-
children on the last day of Chanu-
kah. Transferring the feast to
children indicates that feasting
was not an official adult require-
ment for Chanukah. Yet, since
the spirit of feasting persisted, it
was carried out among the chil-
dren. This may very well be the
basis of Chanukah parties which
the Occidental Jewish world car-
ries on for children in our own
day.
part of the Zionist vision. He ad-
vocated a Hebrew university
very early. He lived to see both
the Hebrew University and the
Weizmann Institute.
The letters to Vera Khatzman
later Mrs. Weizmannare love
letters. But even these are not
devoid of observations on Zionism
and the ways of the Jews. Vera
knew what she was letting her-
self in for. She had plenty of
warning. The last letter in the
volume is. not surprisingly, an-
other letter to Vera.
This volume is. of course, but
an opening. There is much more
in store for us in the twenty-nine
to cotr.e.
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Objectives Of Jewish Education
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American Association For
Jewish Education
What is the objective of Jewish
Education-' This is the question
that perennially stumps Jewish
educators and Jewish sociologists.
It is of little help to say thai the
end purpose of Jewish education is
to guarantee creative Jewish sur
vival, or to assure Jewish conti-
nuity, or to produce an intelligent
Jew. or to make for commitment.
Hardly anvone would disagree with
such noble ends but responsible
men will continue to dispute the
way in which these goals are to
be reached. The result is that each
denomination, ideology, and sys-
tem puisnes Us own tradition and
repeats the routine of its educa-
tional curriculum, while espousing
the identical aims.
The Rabbis ask an urgent ques
tion about Chanukah. the holiday
which throush semantics and tradi-
tion, has been identified with
"chinuch" or education "Mai
Chanukah what is the signific-
ance of Chanukah?" they demand-
ed. Recent developments in Jewish
life in America have given new
pertinence to the question. "What
is Jewish education'.'" Even if. to
the dismay of the modern educa-
tionalist, we leave open minded
the matter of objectives. Jewish
education has we^'un to take on
new dimensions in American life.
These are dimensions of depth,
time and numbers.
In the past two generations, the
emphasis in Jewish education was
on decreasing the amount of school
hours, lessening the number of
tide has reversed itself. Almost
days, and contenting ourselves
with the Bar Mitzvah as a termin-
al point. In recent years that ebbing
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the candles nightly
May there be before you, too,
An image of the freedom
That we always must renew,
And in the days that follow
May you constantly be blessed
With everything
that life can bring
That's happiest and best
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