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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
Creation Date:
December 20, 1968

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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).
General Note:
Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
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Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
December 20, 1968

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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"(Jewish Floridliain
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
>lume 41 Number 51
Miami, Florida. Friday, December 20, 1968
REORDERING PRIORITIES
A J C Sets
Drive On
Urban Ills
ll'HII.ADKLPHIA toricsn Jewish Congress this
ik voted to launch a nation-
|> drive aimed at a "reordering
national priorities to end the :
It I'lablc burdens of poverty anil
Man ghetto life."
[In a resolution adopted at the I
, session of a meeting marking
50th anniversary, the organiza-
n nJlSd upon the Jews of Amer-
to "make the greatest contri-
tion possible toward meeting !
challenge of the Negro com-
nity in its demand for full
lice and equality."
I'i statement acknowledged. I
he urgent demands of Negroes
lay pose a particular challenge I
i American Jews who for the '
-i part live and work in cities.
n Jews, the challenge is not one
abstract justice but one that
- immediate bearing on the |
piools to which our children go,
neighborhoods in which we
our places of work, our em-
pyment, and our professional
kreers. The inherent difficulties
ated by this challenge have
en intensified by the Injection of
Continued on Pag* 12-A
Mrs. Ghandi
\in Cochin for
{Jewish Fete
W DELHI 1JTA) Prime
ister Indira Ghandi of India
eted the Jewish community ol
on the occasion ol the
annivi i uarj <>i its syna-
ms week, 'Maj I offer my
ishes and say "mazel tov'
'......i Jewish friends," she
Ghandi flew to Cochin
ihe capital espi cially for the
i W hich W as celebrated by
is du indling coi imunity ol
Jews" now numbering only
The white Jews have never
ii Tied with the so-called
k Jews of Cochin or with In-
s largest Jewish community.
I-'.ikio Marathi-apeaking Bene
!!. who live mostly in Bombay
Poona. The 'white Jews''
b their history in India back to
Second Temple In Jerusalem,
70 AD. s. S. Koder, their
said. "India has an un-
iki n record of 1900 years ol
. Itality to the Jews." All ol
Continued on Page 10 A
|IN THIS ISSUE .
Two Sections Price 2'jz
GINSBERG REELECUD
U. J. A. Slates
No Limit For
1969 Drive
More than 250.000 signatures on petitions urging UN Secre-
tary General U Thant to put the question of the violation of
human rights of Soviet Jewry on the agenda of the General
Assembly were presented this week to J. Russell Wiggins
(center), U. S. representative to the United Nations, by Lewis
H. Weinstein (right), chairman of the American Jewish Con-
ference on Soviet Jewry, and Rabbi Israel Miller, past
chairman.
U.N. Action Is Urged
On Rights Of Jews
NEW YORK (JTAI Two ap- ,
peals bearing on human rights and
the plight of Jewry were ad-
dressed this week to Secretary-
General U Thant of the United
Nations.
A petition with 250.000 signa-
tures urging Mr. Thant to put the
question of the violation of human
rights of Soviet Jewry on the
current agenda of the General
Assembly was presented to Am-
bassador J. Russell Wiggins, U.S
representative to the U N\. by
the Ameri an J> w ish Confen nee
on Sovit i Jewry, v.huh asked him
to transmit it to Mr Thant
In the si cond appeal, the "on-
ferenee ol Presidi nts ol Ma ior
Amerii in J< w ish Oi
d Mr i hant in a li ttei to
n iii m his efforts to s< nd a i N
sei lativc to l !gj pi, Iraq an I
Syria '" i rotect the iemaining
Ji w ish mil "inies.
Ambassador Wiggins accepted
the Soviet Jewry document from
Lewis Weinstein, chairman and
Rabbi Israel Miller, past chairman
cii the Conference. He promised to
make sure that the petition reach- ,
,d Mr. Thant.
He recalled a statement by Mrs.
Jean Picker in the General As-
sembly's Social Humanitarian and
Cultural Committee, In which she
voiced U.S. concern over contin-
ued anti-Semitic manifestations in
the Soviet Union and Poland and
protested against Interference
with the freedom ol any religion.
The document, which bears
the signature* of person* of all
races and faiths, is reportedly
the first group of signatures to
be s-nt to the Secretary '-General
on the subject of Soviet Jewry.
It points out that "Jews are
forbidden to publish religious
literature mid cannot produce
devotional articles. Se/uiuaries
and training schools for rabbis
and religions teachers do not
Continued on Page 5-A
i NEW YORK UTAi The 30th
annual National Conference of
; the United Jew ish Appeal reelect-
|ed Edward Ginsberg of Cleveland
i as general chairman with a man-
; date to conduct a massive, nation-
I wide "no limit" campaign in 1969
] to meet "crucial human needs" in
Israel and 30 other countries
throughout the world.
Max M. Fisher of Detroit was
reelected president. Mrs. Bernard
Schaenen of Dallas was elected
national chairman of the Wom-
en's Division succeeding Mrs.
Harry Jones of Detroit, and (Jor-
dan Zacks of Columbus. Ohio, was
elected chairman of UJA's Na-
tional Young Leadership Cabinet,
succeeding Herbert J. Garon of
New Orleans.
"The 1909 I'JA campaign will
have no goal," Mr. Ginsberg said.
"because the needs are too great
to be circumscribed by any limi-
tations." Since its inception 30
years ago, the UJA has raised
i nearly S2 billion for Jewish res-
cue, n lief and reconstruction pro-
grams in Israel and 30 other
countries throughout the world.
"The funds to be raised in 1969
Miami Beach Chosen For
Hemisphere Zionist Meet
Dft. [MANUU NIUMANN
NEW Y' RK The fir I
American Zionist Conference
to be held will take place May 29
to June l. 1969, in the 1 > au\ ille
1 [oti I, Miami B< a< h, it as an-
no 'I by World I nion ol Gen-
eral Zionists president, Dr. Emman-
uel Neumann and Jacques Tore-
zyner, president of the Zionist Or-
ganization of America,
The Pan American Zionist Con-
f. i iiiee w ill in- attended by a la
Iingi nt from the Zionist i >r-
ganization of America as well as
General Zionist Organizations and
groups from South America.
Dr. Neumann, who is chairman
Of the Jewish Agency, American
Section, said thai the purpose ol
Continued on Page 2-A
fDWAKD GINSBtKG
will be devoted to needs that must
be met On behalf of more than
3."i0.(XH) Jewish immigrants now
living in Israel, as well as for the
10,000 other newcomers whose ar-
rival is anticipated in 1969. b
in carry inn nn existing programs
ilie Israel, on bi hall of
than 400,00 Jews, principally in
Europe, North Africa and the
Middle East." he said.
Nn iis in Isi ael w ill be I
iirily through con I inuation 'if
iin i ,iA's Israel En ncj !' id,
no-goal' fund-ra
launched in J me, 1967, on
eve ol tin Arab-Israi I liet.
The p-'ople ol to
divert all ol their econi
strength and s to defi i
turn over
the problem of i
and cosl ly pi clief, so-
cial wi Ifarc child cai ami
nv as '''- needed to aid a hug<
impoverished segment il its so-
, ietj i omposed ehiel Ij ol unab-
sorbed immigrants rhe post-war
security burdens Israel's pei
carry now, and will continue to
carry, add up to hundreds ol mil-
lions ol dollars, Mr. Ginsberg
said. "The Israelis will bear these
costs themselves, but they ask us
and our fellow Jews throughout
the world to continue to meet Ihe
Continued on Page It-A
NOW ITS OFFICIAL
* "00
4-A People-Placet 6B
Spain Rescinds 1492 Expulsion Act
'--' Mitivahi 12B
ell ghting 10A
Real Etiateio-iiB
MADRID iJTA' The govern-
Sermon 10A mr-nt of Spain has finally publicly
Synagogues 10A rescinded the 476-year-old edict ol
...I King Ferdinand anil Qi.....n Isa-
bella that c\|m lied Jews Iroiil
10-A Spain in 1492.
g b A document to that effect was
presented by the Ministry ol Jus-
l.|tfce to Samuel Toledano, vice
piesid.nt Of the Madi id Jewish
community, who is a direct de-
9 B
cendant of Rabbi Daniel Tole-
1ano. the Rabbi of Toledo at the
time of the expulsion, and was
formally read this week from the
uulpit of Madrid's new synagogue,
the first Jewish house of worship
built in the Spanish capital since
the 11th Century.
The document acknowledged the
legal entity of the Madrid Jewish
community ami placed on record
the fact thai the expulsion edict
was abrogated by the Constitu-
: tion of 1859 and by subsequent
laws. But until now it was not
publicly endorsed by a Spanish
government It repeals the long-
standing regulation requiring Jews
j to obtain official permission to
I hold religious services,
More than 600 leaders of the
local community, rabbis and Jew-
ish dignitaries from London. New
York and Buenos Aires, were
joined by representatives of the
government, the Madrid munici-
pality and Roman Catholic. Greek
Orthodox and Protestant church-
men for colorful ceremonies con-
secrating the synagogue, which
Continued on Page 2-A


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IFriday. December 20, 1968
+JeHist> FterkBaun
Paqe 3-A
Ambassador's Ball Will Reflect
Pies of American Jews With Israel
Bond Committee; Samuel Fried- men; Mr. and Mrs. David J Light
land. Rabbi Leon Kronlsn and and Mr. and Mrs Carl Weinkle,
Leonard Rosen, honorary chair- losts to the Diplomatic Corps
\ .. ries "t colorful highlights
., icallj refl< cling the ties i
in Jewish communitj
i |sra< I have !>" n annoum
annual Ambassador's Ball,
lake place Satui ning,
-. in thi :' and ballroom ol
ntain bli au i [ol <\.
ng thai the Ambassador's
. a moment of hlstorj n
[the grow! 'i "i Israel as a
;idii an l the exemplar] roll
by Hi1' people of Miami in
maki this possible," pio-
, i- community leadi r Sam
ink. who i> chairman of the
tinted out thai tins will be
i \. ning ol ; i) and celebralIon,
l igi thei the nun and
i w ho have le i :ii.ri. thi di til fished em-
- i>i foreign governn i nts
in i: a friendship for Is-
n I dist ing lished leadi i s ii
, iltural and s,.i ial life ol
Miami, joi' 1; "> tribute
honorees ol the venii
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sailor ol tsrai I, thi \
Ball annually brings to a
,\ the yi ai 's Isi ael n > n d
in ".ieater Mian i Mrs Anna
r Mi yers is < irand I lostes
i, Ball.

the highlights is th
pn v n tat ion in the Ai
ol Israel of a si li c( ro-
> nil..; ladii s on the debut
ir youn: womanhood
. occasion affords a happ>.
munal mi mory for these
ladies," Mrs. Meyers noted,
I underscores the challenge
iipportunity <>( grow in: up
Bwareni ss of the part
vhich Jewish communal |jfo in
i an isi.ii i in part
an play in tlv ii mat n li
The presentation of the emis-
saries ol foreign governments la
Ihe Ambassador is a colorful
> i rmoin expressive ol the good
\ill shared bj the I nited states
ami Israel with the free nations
ol the world,
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mden .. 11,
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al i.-n 11-11,-. syn igi' les ai tl i he
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mi n ai d women w ho ha\ i during
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i^iael will I ll> pn senl
1o the A 1, 11
The ss nli n Ball will also
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orees ol the I the Ambas-
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llora Festival Dancers
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Smirfnt/. December 22, ut 8 P..W.
IMPORTANT NOTICE
The response to the 1968 Chanukah Festival is unprecedented. In order to accommodate oil who are entitled to seats and requested
them, the Festival is oeing moved from the Miam. Beach Auditorium to the NEW CONVENTION HALL. In consequence, we are
pleased to make the following announcements:
1 If you have been issued Chanukah Festival tickets, you need do nothing more. Substitute tickets for corresponding seats in the
New Convention Hall will be mailed to you.
If you are a Miami Israel bondholder of 1968 and were told that there were no longer seats available, please apply again
in person, by mail or by phone and we shall do everything to accommodate you.
i If you haven't as yet purchased your Israel bonds this year, you may do so now and you can be assured of complimentary
tickets to the 1968 Chanukah Festival.
Without a doubt th^Miami Chanukah Festival of 1968 will be the greatest celebration for Israel in the history of our^om^unity It
will reflect a growing, resolute Israel in the 20th year of her statehood and the bond which has been fash.oned between Greater
Miami and an Israel reborn.
To the men and women of Israel the Maccabees of our doy and to the friends of Israel in Miami and the world over, our
best wishes for a Happy Chanukah.
STATE OF ISRAEL BONDS
420 Lincoln Road Mall, Suite 2A PHONE: 531 6731
In Hollywood Ft. Lauderdale PHONE. 944-4441


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Friday. Dcrcmlxn 20. I96fl
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Friday. December 20. 1968
Paqa 9-A
/faye Named Chairman
For Emanu-El Forums
Perry Kaye, Miami Beach civic
leader, has been named chairman
,,! Temple Rmanu-EI'a 19fi9 Tuea-
iiny Evening Forum Series, Joseph
( ,,),. n, |m I'l'-ni ol U> Miami
Beaeh i.....fregatkwi, announced
this v.< > k.
An m live member oi Temple
Kmanu-El'i board oi directon foe
mm in I yean, Mr. Kaye will
work with officers and directors
,,i th< i oi irrigation, Brotherhood,
Cohen
Continued from Psot 4-A
me alxrul In* Nbton lineup and
ii WASPlsh l''l< The cities in
America have always bekmgtd
to the Other side and more so
today than ever. The major
problem ol our day, admittedly,
is the urban crisis and the roots
of thai cnsis. I believe, can be
traced to the rural, Protestant
domlnati m ol our Congreai and
state legislatuiea In the past It
1, B uttk difficult to believe tiiat
theae are the people who can
now address themselves to the
sickness which maj destroy our
natipn,
i in tin- ( vt ol ii^' Nbton show
local cnmmunal aervlcea nrofea-
lonals in. I lo hear some in-
on ihc urban situation
from Sam Katz ol the American
Jewish Committee's Community
Sn vii is I rh i .urn and in a way ,
In pointed Hi. direction for Jews
even bi ton al I" asl to me, the
in u pre ildenl confirmed it.
A an urban people, our fate is
clos. r. in d i" thai of Hie other
minoritii (niggling for a dlgnl-
ii ii | lace m our society. Al-
though lat. i.. we have bean put
Into Hi position ol an antas;-
onisl of the .*' gro alter years of
alliance, sunn how we must make ,
common cause with the lilack
modi rates oi the mUttanta a/Ml
ill Ive us both out.
Hospitals, .inters, synagogues,
federations all Jewish organtza-
tiont an- involved, whether they
know ii oc no! This would seem
to be one ol those times when
the Am ish community
should be nleri to its own crisis,
U .... la I at of world Jew ry
11 V Hie
... mil
lo lUe ii ah/at ion iliiil
Sisterhood, PTA ami Tiers in co-
ordinating plans for the series,
a major acrtlvity ol the syna-
gogue's adult education program,
personally supervised by Rabbi
Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader
ol Temple Kmanu-KI.
Featuring such nationally re-
nowned speakers as Dr. Joachim
Prinz, former national president
if the American Jewish Congress,
and Dr. Howard Mm ley Sachar,
American Jewish historian, this
year's series will be held on the
nights of Jan II. Jan L'l and
Jan. 3&
Mi Kaye said Ihe theme of the
Tuesday Evening Forum Series
ill he The Challenging Seven-
ties" A breakfast series to *
held during February will >> an-
nounced shortly.
First committee meeting of the
group is scheduled at Temple
Emanu-El at 3:45 p.m Monday,
when Mr. Kaye and Rabbi Lehr-
man will outline itie January and
February series
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Friday. December 20,
1983
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
Tear Of God'
AIsoj)
B> RABBI MORTON MVLAVSKV
'I .Tuple HHh Sl.a.i.m. HoUvvtooil
I 'i ail the Biblical narratives,
>'i iiv most fascinating, a
issic tale rich
ii ntin i n( and
i tc w ith pa-
stor}
of Josi
:
is evi rlast-
alinp.
' retain us
il ;
I! ii
:
Rabbi Malpvsky

A'orthy o!
ii m, "I am
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oars the law.
il I God
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:
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, I'larati I i
in bui
. spiritua
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is is not l fi .a thai
a I
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God's concern for us. It redeems
our Inner being and helps us live
creatively.
In a changing world one filled
with hatred, prejudice, I isl and
d the el< men! mi sl nei d<
ie oi if j ou will, "fear ol
Although man> i n\ irons
and compom nts ol o\ eryda.v Iiv -
ling change, the
vai in si Is hull servi to
ani-
istie sisi .. an nol under-
. h changi to bri
his elev, ation. The secrel '
11 the lack of rev-
Ihe ali 'nation from
. I : '
If i if
I ii we are
: .'..<
'
to verj emphal ically
> aim as
ii Ani
I am .i < " Mrs. Ghandi
Continued from Page 1-A
Jewish communities, how-
bee i ret)
i
I :
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: Hal

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: i
ided jusl treat"
f Ii ities
thi gn al pride "i India
'. i all "i th
. ions of the world," she said.

rCavcinical Je'ev'sioM frocj
ra%9
Dec. 22 Th 10, 9 30 j m The Jewish Worship Hour.
Host Rahbi David Raab,
Temple Beth Raphael, Miami Beach
Dec. 22 Ch 7. 10 a m The Still Small Voice
Hosi Rabbi Alexander ("> i i
The Hebrew Academy, Miami Beach
Topic Cantata The Seventh Das of Chanukah
Dec. 24 Ch 2. 9 30 lo 10 30 p m Man To Man
on thi air

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Continued from Page 4-A
headquarters and base in the wlid
mountains of QQang Ngal prov-
ince. Some months later another
regiment, the 2ml VC, joined the
flight. This latter retreat in the
autumn was a particularly It
ti it sting i pisode, for this for-
merly South Vietnamese big unit
in a northern division now lost
its whole VC command element,
who were nol only removed, but
also report* dlj ex< c 11-1 .\:. th< imenl as a whole
new Not th Vi' i -
nan but also
became ovcrw helmingly N
Viet names in thi rat ks
ni : a ents fro
As i the other thii I
once-l
18th \'V.\ nt al"
left Binh Dinh for rel
Qua ii w here t;
ment
luck} 18th w as oi : red bj I
". command u< n I*
i i ise the Communist pro\ it
commitb e wailed that somi
had t" siav behind t" show I
Binh 1
flTniiu Change
After 1966 the power ol the
?.rd NVA 1 >i\ ision w as mon I u
revived by refitl
i-nient. and i I i
Morn ilowi
! ,i But b\ T l-tin this
> ear the who I ivisi is yet
n the1 provit at thi
' i avalr.v ha I
t'ii rth
This uas still the siiuatioi
the 173rd Airborni
: Binh Dinh last A|
I Day.
With brave men, but i> ss I
two score helicopters, the 173rd
Airborne has perhaps one-fifth of
the hitting power that the air
cavalry division hail when it was
making its maximum effort here
nml the 1773rd was also |
II spot sibilities in Phu Yi it : ro\ -
to the smith, that the air
cavalry never had. Yet in Binh
Dinh this spring, tins brigade-
minus, rathet weak in hi ieop-
ters, accomplished more ii tw i
months than the air cavalr.v had
ai hii \ i il in more than hall a
year in 1966. By June, all three
regiments of the 3rd N\'.\ 11
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Miketz
Hii brothers bow before. Joseph who is now th< ruler of
i jypt.
'And Joseph was the governor over the land ^ .
loseph's brethren came, and bowed down to him" (Ge i 42fl
MIKETZ Two years later. Pharaoh dreamt a
two slightly different versions Th- draam terrifii
of Egypt; but none of his sages could explain it sal
Pharaoh's butler remembered Josephs masterly
tions of dreams ami informed Pharaoh Joseph m lt ^
fore Phara h and explained the dream a- foreca l
nty thai were lo come to the land of Egj
succeeded by sevet years "f famine. lie ad'
nt a wise oversee] I i i died win it during
years of famim Pha
i se| I this post as h \ icero)
Vs Joseph had fo -' the Egyptian stores of wl
.1 during n j eai ol fan rte A
who came to buy pt were Jn epl
i \ did n< b
Joseph so con 1 that the hroi he c mi I
brii Bet I
received them cordially, but then lie made l se<
Benjamin had stolen a goblet and ins sted that he
,i- ., ierva..l The brothers refused abandon Bel
decided to return t.i Joseph's home.
Thi* recounting of the We*kiy Portlc-. of the Law is x''ac'*d
and bused upon "The Graphic History of the Jewish Heritage"
edited by P Wollman-Tsamir. $15. Publisher is Shenqol 1 and the
volume is available at 27 William St., New York 5. NY President
of the society distributin.9 the volume is Joseph Schlai y
sum wen

'
hiw Moral*
reasoi in a
it b}
the chii i |Miiiti, al offii i
ted Ma} 2, I96H
mournfully recording verj seri-
ous demorali/at ion Duri the
Tot off< naive, foi knstani '.v hen
th<' di\ ialon achievi da
nothing, th' political officer stat-
ed that his regiment, though then
fighting weak opponents, hud
lost "51 percent ol wea|ns, B0
liercent ol Individual clothing
and 100 ;* rci nt ol othi i equip-
ment
Sii the flight In Jun< the
2nd and 22nd Regiments ha
d in the re it di\ isional
Quaiig Ngai p area
which Is irn nt \ bein bi iskly
worked ovi r bj V erical Di
for the in-si time in hls-
tul | v

back i" Binh i .
ago "But the 18t

that a n ct nt nil
by two f i
, itsfullv bent
lar force platooi s
li> a\ v losses to th
names' n ulai i
to the PF
The atorj ol th
\ ision, \v holly i
stand ii|i to i. -. t|
the power it fon
Inith bravel} i
not absolute!} .v..
t. .I, ins a lesson thai
licable. The
the order ol battle
the same but, evei
prioiit.- big units of H *
army, fighting q la
emphaticall} nol
sa ue
, i ,, -.,-. -., \
1 ii ; i utiMl b) ( '
*Mwia avnaii-ste
rCclicfiows
7
rviccs
BETH 5HOLOM (TEMPLE). 4144
C1..1" Ave. Liberal Rahbi Leon
Kromsh Cantor David Convner
,:i S. I In.
KxtllIKU 111
tn. 1 i.
\ |||| !'.
A'lAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA
TION 95 SW 6. tn Ave. Orthodox.
Cantor Morns Barr
bj Mi mid Mi-
r for ili.-ir 4411I1 Anno. real -
BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid Ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Ratkovsky.
A-JSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th Ave.
BETH AM TEMPLE 5c)0 N. Ken.
dall Dr. S. M^a-ni Reform Rabbi
Hrhfrt Baui*igar<-, Cantor Michael
- ." p in s. -til.
fiTi ni Alx'Ui 1 'hanul I S 1 'iir-
1 Itiu Mltr.v.-ih K
111 itnU Mm Alii' il BIIIiik.
ELTH DAVID. 262t> SW 3rd Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau.
Cantor William W. LiDion.
I.i\ p_m S,rni"ir ".I'-ru-nKni
I || I1C ."' III I II "> B' I Mm 11
| 1 1 n" Bnr Mltuvat
-ii ..I .Mr. .mil Mr- ILo \ \
. JlJlUII MIlietlH, .'. |i in
IETH EL. 500 SW 17th Avenue.
Orthodox. Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
... i. in >.iturdiu '' .1 m s. 1
l.iu-ln- I'. 111..'..I Kniitlll.-iilll.-lil."
I ;n p rn Mlneha p m
BETH KODF.SH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Bn Dickson.
lay 8:15 p m s< rm-.,i "Men of
V.iloi ". k Kh iblml liiwta it I>J Ihe
s. -in dnj v IS :i in Ser-
I \ I... .,111 W'.rl'l The !' '
11 ..' I 1 ;i.m Si 'ii" I 15
11 Sii'lii- 11 Id (Ml "ii "
B'NAI SHOLOM (Temple). 275 NW
199ih Street. Conservative. Rabbi
Abraham M. Cassel.
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SRAEL ((tMCLtl. OF GREATER
MIAMI 137 NE 19th St. Reform
Rahbi Joseph R Narot.
S:lS p in s. rmnii 1 "an We
Uve SVitlmul A I'.im -
SRAELITE CENTER. S175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabb- Avrom L.
Drazm. Cantor Nathan Parnasi.
KrUluy '::' p.m and B r. pin s*r-
111.hi: "Were The MaccHbeex CliantH'
Kulurduj 11:43 .1 111 Sermon: "The
-ill Vnturj Tnnth "
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION
1242 Washington Ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Dow Rozencwaig.
EMANU EL (TEMPLE). 1701 Wash,
ington Ave Conservative. Rabb'
Lehrnian. Assistant Rabbi
E. Kirshblum. Cantor Zvi
Irving
Daniel
Adler.
Prlilny, '. p.m and >:." p m Permnn
"Chanukah lirael And The Amei
*''." Snlurdaj '. .1 m Bermnn The
\v khr Pn ii..'i It:r Mltxv nil Ii 11
o< Mr and Mm Herbei 1 llui li-
X' nld
BETH TOV (TEMPLE). 6*38 SW 8th
St. Conservative. Rahbi Simon April
Cantor Seymour Hinkes.
Id .. S;is n in s, 'in,.n 1 "hanuknh
i 1 if 1 >ui 1 : > Iii:!-- 'net
CANDLEUGHflNG TIME
5:14 29 KISLEV
MINVONAIRES SYNAGOGUE. 3737
Bird Rd. Modern Traditional.
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 P.netre.
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Groat.
OR OLOM (TEMPLE). Conservative
8755 SW 16th St. Miami Rabbi
Ralph Z. Ghxman. Cantor Benjamin
Ben Ari.
Kridn> s p.m. Saturday 8:4S a.m. Bar
Milxvah: Andrew, "n of In and .Mrs
Simile} K'l.r
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Ave Conservative. Rabbi Ralph
Carmi. Cantor David Sherman.
TIFERETH JACOB (TEMPLEl. 951 E
4th Ave.. Hialeah Conservative.
Rabbi Maurice Klein.
ZION iTEMPLfcl 8000 Miller Rd. Con.
tervative. Rabb< Alfred Waxman.
MIAMI BEACH
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Ca.iyle Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.

BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th Street,
Orthodox. Rabbi Berel Wem.
BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave.,
Orthodox Rabbi Shmaryahu T.
Swirsky. Cantor Maurice Mamchee.
BETH RAPHAEL (TEMPLE). 1545
Jefferson Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
David Raab. Cantor Saul H. Breeh.
JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE 1532 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. stern
Cantor Meyer Engel.
Pi Ida) :. l p m Halunluv I n
Sermon ..... More Mithi
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave
Orthodox Rahbi David Lehrfield
Cantor Abraham Seif.
Krlda> |. n, Saturdai Jd :i m < r-
'""" A \i. HaaBt 'i 111 k it
Talmud .,.,.1 11,1,1,. Cli....., before Mm-
MENORAH (TEMPLE. 620 7ith St
Conservative. Rabb, Mayer Abramo-
W!ta. Cantor Nico Feldman.
> r. ,.m Sermon ti,.,... a,...
n lurdaj i-
'' Hi bn H h< ol Stud. iitn.
NER TAMID (TEMPLE. 80lh il and
H ?um_ Waterway Conservative
w'ard" K,Ue?nene L'bVI" Cjn,or "
nf,YJHAL^M- 7055 Boni Drive.
Orthodox. R.b-i Phinea. Weber
Prldaj Ii 1. 1,1 Baturd iy t ,,. v,.,.
"i:;v- ,-^p" Th.yT.
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER 645
Collins Ave Rahh, Sadi Nahnnas
YOUNG ISRAEL UF MIAMI BEACH
1042-4* Washington Ave. Rabbi A
Ben-Hillel.
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Friday, December 20, 1968
U J A Slates 4No Limit' For 1969 Campaign
continued tn#oi Page 1-A Eastern Europe, Mr. Ginsberg
I 9F. 'W* <|fcBifW>9The virulent outburst of
hi.ran needs of Ifcs 5ople^7nti_Spmitism in Poland thf.
atid amving imm.grti," 'f,^, of 3000 Libvah Jcus t0
Noting that LJA funds are al- ltal>'- ,he Pst-June 1967 exodus
located not onlv to the people of of about 25000 Jews from Mo"
Israel but also to assist Jews vie- : rocco and Tun'S"1 to Isr*H *nci
timized by recent upheavals in Frante w*" a" major events in-
-------------------------------------------------volving hard work to care for
many needs. Through the Joint
Distribution Committee," he said.
l*JA funds must assist more than
half of the remaining 20,000 J< w i
in Poland, the Rumanian govern-
ment has granted permission for
JDC to resume assistance to the
more need among the 100.000
Ji ws in that country, ami of the
N< fcTO anti-Semitism by some Ne- approximately 4.000 Jews who
gro militants as a means of arous- have fled Czechoslovakia, more
ing hatred.'. In turn, this self- than 2.700 had come to the JDC
defeating hate tactic has been ex- office in Vienna for assistance, he
plotted by some whites to arouse j told delegates to the three-day
fear and resistance to change parley.
among Jews, for whom the living .. ,. .. .,
L. -r tTi.i .... : r-arlier in the conference, the
a great portion must Ix Iwrne by
1 U.S. Jews, he said, and it will be
Drive On
Urban Ills
Continued from Pag* 1-A
spent tills way:
Millions
Social welfare, including
immigration & alsurption woo
Health Scrvic< s $ .TO
Education $ 73
Institutions of higher
learning S 35
Youth care and training S 6
Immigrant Absorption in
agricultural settlements $ 24
Immigrant housing S 75
memory of Hitlerism is still trag-
ically alive. Neither Jew nor Ne-
gro can be held to achieve freedom
drl. gates had been told by Rabbi
Herbert A. Friedman, executive
; vice chairman of the UJA, that 20
by the use and exploitation of
anti-Semitism or anti-Negroism j percent ot Israel's gross national
which only serve to strengthen productestimated at $5 billion--
those who oppose freedom and { wjh be spent on defense next
equality for all America." the res- | ..Tnps cnjshi defpnsc
olution noted. ,
I costs." he said, "will consume al-
The delegates adopted a four- i .. wl
. most the entire income available
point program to involve the
membership more closely in anti- !from Israoli mternal revenue.
poverty and community action | The fiscal 1969 defense costs will
projects. It will be headed by Prof. ( be 2.5 times as much as in fiscal
Leonard Fein of Boston, associate 1967 whl,n thc Arab.Israol war
director of the Harvard-MIT joint f
center for urban studies, who has ; was rou^nt-
just been appointed chairman of Rabbi Friedman estimated the
the Congress committee on com- j total social welfare bill for Israel
munity inter-relations. next year at $365 million. Of this.
Gen. Moshe Dayan' Israel's De-
fense Minister, also addressed the
more than 3,000 delegates to the
conference. "Soviet policy in the
aria is causing us considerable
concern. The Soviets are supply-
ing Egypt and Syria with great
amounts of arms and armaments
and are inciting them as well as
training anil organizing their
forces," he said "Such a Soviet
policy," he warned, "can lead the
Arabs, if they get the green light
and promised support from the
Soviets, to resume the war." De-
claring mat israei 'has no confi-
dence in I'nited Nations peace-
keeping forces as a means of in-
suring the rights of navigation
through the Straits of Tiran."
Gen. Dayan said. "Israel wants
peace In place of the armistice
I agreements and new and secure
borders in place of the old armis-
tlve lim s "
In a nationwide telecast this
week. Gen Dayan told the viewers
that Israel was prepared to give
,ip "lots of territory" as the price
.if ptace with its neighbors, and
affirmed that his country was pre-
pared to negotiate a permanent
border with each of its neighbors.
He declared that Israel was eager
to change the present cease-fire
lines to permanent boundaries and
was ready to work out all the
details from maps at the nego-
tiating table. Interviewed on the
American Broadcasting Co. net-
work show "Issues and Answers."
Gen. Dayan declared that Israel
wants peace and relations with
its neighUirs. "We want to ne-
gotiate the borders. We do not
want to go hack to tin1 old bor-
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Friday, December 2P. 1955
Israel Newsletter
By CARL ALPERT
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Special Report On Soviet Jews by BORIS SMOLAR
Synagogue Reflects Soviet Jews' Plight
ENlNGRAD, with its 200,030 Jews,
stands outside the stream ol J
Hit- in the Soviet Union <>f which Mo
^ow i>- the center. But the synagog 1
Leningrad N larger and more beautiful
than the Cenrtal Syi M -( iw
't i- the largest sj nago sue in tl
USSR.
The Leningrad Syna
under the Czarist regime when the cit> was known as Si
Petersburg Only the richest Jews in the emj 1
permitted to reside there. Other Jews except
with higher education which was rare among Jews
I hose years were banned from residence there. The
wealthy Jews of the Russian capital, among them Bi
Horace Guenzburg, banker and philanthropist, could afl
to build a synagogue which had no equal in bi aul in
countries.
The Leningrad Synagogue i not uh.ii ii was in the

Our Film folk:
By HERBERT G. LUFT
Lion In Winter
I loll\ A
JOE LEVINE did il
Alter the outsta 1
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Awards to his credit, and -
million in from dome-tie b ix office
n ipU alone, he comes up V
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Lion in Winter" promising to garner Acadi
accolades for the Iw 1 stars Katharine Hepburn a
Peter OToole, and for director Anthony Harvej and
playwright-Screen writer .lame- Goldman. Termed
-oine a 12th Centurj "Virginia Woolf" dramati
zation. "The Lion ii Winter" on the surface deals
with the struggle for supremacy between Henry 11
and his wife Eleanor of Aquitaine and their three
sons Richard. Geoffrey and John, a quintet of greedy
and power-hungry hyenas constantantly at each
other's throat; yel as Miss Hepburn summarizes on
the screen, "just an ordinarj family, with it up. and
-km : -
Levine had a hunch thai an unconventional story
dealing with the youth I ich is "The
Gi iduate," wa somel audiences '.-.anted !> see
yv here I lines as I from New
Vork to Los Angeles, show that the ilmmakei -
iu With "The Lio ii ter." he
vigoi es into a lo< hate c 1 flicl laid in
th< 1 I with the deep
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Gene Wilder. Bi ted in
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by \i;nr Pi|
Mil:. it
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Joseph W ing top billing with Vl< I
and Britl Bkland Mrs Petei Sellars undei B nard
Kowalski's direction Kirk Douglas 1- preparing for
his own company, in conjunction with Levii
Embassy Films, "One Flew Over the Cuckoo N<
from the stage play owned by Douglas for a long
time.
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until thi 1 regimi 1917 and I I
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l'a-- v I Sin lat To ah then the synagogue is
ducted i'\ a cantor n ho also
II chorus of middle aged Jews
The 1 I ently visited the I'niti I SI I
with Rahh Yehuda Leib Levin the chief rabbi of I
Mos( 1 Syi iguc 1- no' .. pi fcssional can)
he is an 1 work ng in a lai Be Lenin
Urad industiial establishment Hiehh respected bj the
he is relit \ d ol >rl s iturdays an l on
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Today's Thoueht: By DR. SAMUEL SILVER
Of Praver

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when we are chided for some fault 01
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Canadian News Report by MICHAEL M. SOLOMON
Quebec Jews I rge School
JHE CENTURY OLD
the n
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to the Quebi
of the R Ion of ii |
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boirds have b
mattei ol education.
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'lege ol appointing representati 1 | the
itei board or the Montreal Protests schools onU
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deprived Jewa of representation on other levels K
administration, due to the stiff opposition of lower eche-
lon Protestant boards.
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liami Beach philanthropist Auditorium.
u- Rosenstiel was feted Tues-
nighl at a champagne recep- Joining In the talute to the re-
tponsored by Brandeis Uni- tired chairman of Schenley Corp.
,i v at the Sheraton Four Am- were ,)r Morris B. Abram, new
president of Brandeis, and Dr.
II.Miry King Stanford, president of
the University of Miami.
^Jewish Floridian
Miami. Florida, Friday, December 20. 1968
Section 3
Sheraton Four Am-
a iurs Hotel, following a gala
Intrr party at the Dado County
BIN ESSEN
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[Leadership
Breakfast
tn Essen, chairman of th<
lence and High Rise Division
Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
m's 1969 Combined Jewish
I Israel Emergency Fund,
inounced a mass Leadership
tfast at the Fdcn Roc Hotel
|0 .i in. Sunday, Jan. 5.
meeting is not designed for
Raising purposes and will tea-
an internationally known
ity. It i> Intended to give
land Information on what is
Hiiim in Israel as well is
Dtg preparations for the 1969
ii, >i .'...- \;>i> al Israi l
ru Fund ca
; vati ins may be made by
iin it. r Miami
ih !'. d< rat ffi re.
Mr. Rosenstiel this year con-
tributed more than $19,000,000 to
Brandeis University for a new
medical research center and more
than Sl2.ooo.ooo to the University
ol Miami for a marine science
center. Each gift was the largest
In the history of the respective
Universities and the combined do-
nations represent one of the larg-
est philanthropic contributions in
the history of education.
Lawrence A. Wien of New York
and Palm Beach hosted the grand
premiere preview performance of
"Fiddler on the Roof" for mem-
bers of Brandeis' Annual Giving
Program, and a virtual capacity-
attendance of 2,461 persons heard
brief talks by Mr. Wien, Dr. Abram
anil by Leonard A. Wien of Miami
Beach, president of the Brandeis
University Club of Greater Miami.
The nearly -100 persons at the
, black ti<' reception heard Dr.
1 Abram make a call for the ad-
vancement of the nation's private
universities. "There Is no univer-
sity in tho nationnot even Har-
vard. Yale. Columbia, or Princeton
which can maintain its budget
1 on the basis of endowments which
range up to a billion dollars as
against Brandeis- $26,000,000." the
' former president of the American
Jewish Committee noted. While he
applauded the progress of munici-
pal and state-sponsored colleges
, and universities, he maintained
that private universities will con-
tinue t<> represent the maximum
m "quality education."
Scores of persons flew In for
n New York and
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Judge Irving Cypen Is Appointed
Chairman Of ZOA Annual Dinner
Judge Irving Cypen has been
named chairman of the Service
for Israel" dinner dance of the
South Florida Districts. Zionist
< irganization of America. Rabbi
David Shapiro, president of the
ZOA Southeast Region, announced
this week.
Tho eighth annual ZOA celebra-
tion will bo held Sunday evening.
Jan. .">. at the Fontainebleau
Motel. One of the highlights of
the dinner-dance will the pres-
entation ol the national Abba
HUlel Silver Award to Nathan H.
Darsky, Miami Beach philanthro-
' pist and Zionist leader, marking
the first time a resilient of Florida
has received the national award.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, an imme-
diate past president ol the Zionist
Organization of America, will
make the presentation.
Judge Cypen, who was born in
Chicago, has been a Miami Beach
resident 22 years. A graduate of
tho University of Florida School
Of Law, in 19."> he was appointed
a judge of the Circuit Court by
Gov. LeRoy Collins. Ho ran un-
opposed in I960 and was re-
elected for a six-year term. He
resigned from the bench in 19ti.'(
to resume the general practice of
law.
A prominent community leader
of Greater Miami, he is vice presi-
dent of Temple Emanu-EI, vice
president of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation He served for
seven years as president and
chairman of the board of Greater
Miami Jewish Home for the Aged.
of which he Is presently honorary
president A past president of the
Miami Beach Civic League, Tropi-
i Lodge ol B'nai B'rith, Temple
KmanueFl Men's Club. Miami
Beach Kiwanis Club and the
Southeast Region of United Syna-
gogue of America, he is presently dars of Lebanon Hospital and the
on the board of directors of Ce- Miami Beach Bar Association.
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Alain Lombard To Appear At Y
'Showcase' Concert Ot Israeli Artist
Dor. Adolfo Kates, left, venerable Cuban Jewish leader, was
the recipient cf the Isrcel Freedom Medallion, ccnfered upon
him by Ambassador Abraham Darom, this week at the
Cuban-Israel Dinner of Stc;e, socnsored bv i lerabers
oi the Cuban Jewish colony
of Isrcel bonds.
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at the VM-VWHA of Grcatei Ml-
oncert which will f' ature
performance ol Israeli vio-
-i Matitiahu Braun. who will
i making his initia ince
i he Miami ai i a
Maestro Lombard yo i
tor ol a l< ading sj : honj oi
chestra in thi United States, will
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Braun. Both are the same
8 but Braun was born in J* ru-
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Paris.
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Poller And Rifkin Head
Academy Dinner Effort
Shown completing preparations for the sixth annual inter-
faith Chanukah party sponsored by the Jewish War Vet-
erans are, from left. Harold Bierman. Sonny H. Levitt,
Cantor Emanuel Mandel and Noah Schisel. Some 150
children of different ethnic backgrounds were invited to
the event which will be broadcast live over WAJA-TV.
Channel 23, at 3 p.m. Sunday.
Sisterhood Installs Slate Of Officers
Mrs. Ma Ia>U will i>.' installed Others to be installed with Mrs.
ns president of the Sisterhood of Leff include Mrs. Esther Leitsonl
Beth Jacob Congregation, Miami Mrs, Pauline Thurston and Mrs
Beach, at a Tuesday noon lunch- r>borah Meyer, vice presidents;
eon in the synagogue's social hall
Mrs Fannie Perlstein, treasurer
Rabbi Shmaryahu T, Swireky,
spiritual leader, will Install the nnd Mrs. Sarah Goldstein, reconl-
i ,w slate, i'ii,' secretary.
Lou Poller, Miami banker and
Iphilanthropist, will serve as din-
ner marshal of the 21st annual
Scholarship Dinner <.i the He-
brew Academy of Greater Miami.
scheduled for Jan, 12 at the I >
villc Hotel, Miami Beach,
Announci ment ol Mr. Poller's
acceptance was made this week
by Leonard Rosen, chairman of
the SlOO-a-couple function which
will honor Julius iJacki Rosen
for his national l< adership in the
causes of Torah Judaism and the
! State ol Israel.
1>i George S. Wise, president ol
Tel Avix University, will be a
special guest at the banquet, i \-
l cted to attract a n cord crowd
<>f nearly 2.0XK) communal work-
i rs and leaders.
An active national leader ol
state of Israel Bonds, the United
Jewish Appeal, the American
Histadrut Development Founda-
tion and numerous other organiza-
tions, Mr. Poller is an active
member of Temple Emanu-KI and
has been a life-long support r ol
Jewish religious organizations.
During the Six-Da> War, he
served us associate chairman ol
the Israel Emergency Pund cam-
paign headed by Leonard Rosen
whi< h raised a record-shattering
S.1.133 000 in Gr< at. r Miami in a
single month.
Mr. Rosen also announced tht
appointm< ut of Jacob Rifkin as
chairman oi the 21 st anniversai j
ci lebration ol the Hebrew Acad-
ems. The Miami Beach communal
li ad< i will woi k close!) with Mr
Pollei in coordinating plans foi
the dinner.
' Sreater Miam: chairman ol the
American Technion Society and
chairman ol the South Florida
Council lor Medical Services and
Vocational Training in Israel, Mr.
Rifkin is a national officer ol Is-
rael Bonds and the American His-
tadrut Development Foundation.
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, prin-
daj school, largest in the South.
reported that tickets sal. s tor the
dinner "arc running at the highest
rate in our history, reflecting the
community's response to the se-
lection oi the Rosen brothers as
honoree and chairman. Their his-
toric responses to the causes of
Torah Judaism and the State ,,|
Israel throughout tin Ir lives are
appreciated bj their fellow citi-
- Rabbi (Iross said.
.\ meeting ol the dinner sic. i -
ing committee was held this week
at the home ol Mr. and Mrs
Leonard Ros h Ba\ Harbor
Islands.
LOU POLLIR
Tropical Park Sets
Coral Gables Event
The sprinting set will lx' in fhj
spotlight at Tropical Park on Sat-
urday as the Miami track features
the 28th running ol the $15,000
City oi ("oral Gables Handicap.
For .'.-Mar-olds and older tic
Coral (laiil.s is the third leg of tht
Tropical Park sprint which began
uith the Hurricane Handicap on
..o. ning da> and ends with the New
Year's Handicap. All four rare*
are conducted at the six-l'iii'lnn.
distanct
First post for tin' Saturday
races is promptly at 1:13 p.m Th
tenth ami final race has a sched-
uled i.st of approximately 5:13
p.m.
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Hebrew Home For
Needelman Medical Wing On Sunday
The Hebrew Home for the Aged
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Friday. December 20. 1968
Paqe SB
Art Show Benefits CJA
Mrs. David Sorns of Miami
Beach served as chairman of the
Champagne Art Show held at the
home of Mrs. Harry A. Levy Mon-
day in behalf of the Young Wom-
en's Division of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation Combined Jew-
ish Appeal.
Young women in the community
who have had no previous Involve-
n i nt with Greater Miami Jewish
Federation were invited to this
f motion, where they were treated
i an art-show from the Glutznik
Gallery in Washington, 1 >.<'.. and
given the opportunity to hear a
Federation pn sentation.
Members of the Planning Com-
mittee were the Mesdamei Stan-
ley Arkin, Howard Ayares, Philip
Bloom, Harold Brooks, Robert
Fenster, Daniel Franco, Rositand
Frank, Harold Gaffin, Edward
Ginsburg, Samuel Gray, Burton
!. '.'. Harry A. Levy, Michael
I iky, Richard I.itt. Lawrence
Markman, Morey Moss, [ra Roth-
field, David Serns, John Shapiro,
Josh Sirkin. Harry B. Smith,
Harold Taylor. Gilbert Tendler,
Howard J. Trinz and Peter Wolf.
MRS. DAVID StRNS
Beth Tov Concert
Temple Beth Tov will present a
Chanukah concerl al 8 p.m. Sun-
day at the temple, featuring the
"Stars of David" musical group.
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Plans ". d into high sear this
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Children's Hospital Friday and
Saturday
Mrs. Reuben Traven, president
of the United (irder ol True Sis-
ters, Inc. Miami 43 has announced
the appointment of Mrs. A. J.
Montanari of North Miami Beach
as chairman of the local drive.
Headquarters ol the fund-raising
project will !* the home of Mrs
Harold Brown, 825 \'i: 179th Ti
North Miami !' ach.
The Ti..... Sisters, one of the na-
tion's oldest service organizations,
will be si, king community dona-
tions for the support of the Va-
riety Children's Hospital Tumor
Clinic. Tins is a year-round serv-
ice ol the United < >rder of True
Sisters unit, members of which
also work as volunteers at the
hospital.
other members of the local Tag
Days Committee include Mrs.
Herman Wolf, Mrs. Charles Rich-
man, Mrs. Max Cohen and Mrs
Jay Kaye.
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* .>n It UUQ Sunshine Chapter. Bnai B'rith eochaUnian. Mrs. F
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Sen. Kdmund Muskie of Maine
"cent Democratic candidate for
Vice President, will be the guest
of honor at the annual Awards
Luncheon sponsored by the Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women
at the Fontainbleau Hotel on
Wednesday. Jan. 8. when he will
address the 2.500 women expected
to be present and will himself re-
ceive a top award from the group.
In addition, the Hannah G. Sol-
omon Award, named for the first
president of the National Council
of Jewish Women, will be present-
ed to the peison in the community
Judged to have done the most in !
working with young people. The
award was won last year by Mrs.
William Kpstein. for her work
with with the Braille Bindery.
Miami gi ction members of the
NCJW h ading up the event in-
clude Mrs. Mortimer Cohen, co-
ordinator; Mrs. Robert Childs,
membership vice president; Mrs
James Ro l< nberg, pro-ram chair-
man; and Mrs, Fred Ober, ar-
u mints chairman.
Proce< rls rrom the lum hi 01 will
be used in the many community
l rojects undertaken by the Na-
il al Council of Jewish Women,
including the Jewish Home for thi
Aged, the Braille Bindery, and the
Mental Health organization.
Sunshine Chapter, Bnai B'rith
Women, will celebrate Chanukah
with a luncheon at noon Tuesday
in thi' Washington J-'^ilexal .Audi-
torium, 6! NE liJ7th SY. North
Miami Beach.
Mrs. Ada Ritt. ways and means
vice president, is chairman. Her
cochaii-man, Mrs. Rose Mandel.
and a committee comprised of the
Mesdames Fanny Cohen. Beth
Garter, Bertha Bimby. Betty Mel-
ner and Lee Meisner, will assist.
Mrs. Morris Bernstein, presi-
dent, and MrsTRfrfhvc i: charge
of reservations.
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Friday. December 20. 1968
V'PnteHn.r irg.-finirt
LtON SCHACHTtR
Yiddish American
Vaudeville Is Back
At Cinema Theatre
in-; Frilta at ll-.. i
Theal Minn ::. aeh, v ith a
-' ol "i iddish and i-
i- I.' on Schachtoi and i; te|
- in will begin theii
> iddish An ricai
I his ,r i .i
Inm iith .-i pi
and romedy, Ih -
sen i n attracti I > !0 thro
I iil I"- 'The Yiddish K
with Knglish subtitles.
Vaudeville and film fare will be
: weekly and the i ntire
show ill take approximate!}
three hours, with continuous per-
'I manci from l p m. through
midnight According to producci
',. iii, Schachter, Yitu di in'1
in understand Yiddish to ei joj the
shows at the < 'inema Theatre "
Aii Florida Stakes
At Biscayne Track
' I tition l>- tween s
6 i DBul le A greyhoui Is which
have established good form rai h
at Biscayne Dog Track this sea-
son tighti ns up with a berth in
rhr upcoming All-Florida Cham-
pionship at stake.
Biscayne, now in i's seventh
wei k m) racing, will conclude the
winter meet March :> Following
the All-Florida, the Miami Shores
Dog Oval will present the $25,000-
added Tri-Distancc Irish-Ameri-
an Championship which tradi-
tional!) n atches the top four dogs
from the All-Florida Champiot
tgainsl lorn- [rish rae< rs under the
lane ol famed h ish I irej
Ki n e man Pal Dalton,
The night l> cards I ndei waj
at 8 p m. Multiple h. tting inch
: loi !..- I
fiist two Bi i.i races
Hadassah Sabbath Slated
For Temple Beth Raphael
The | issah Sabh ii
if I lorton Ti iw i s gr tup v\ ill
!" held at Ti mple Beth Rapha. I,
1545 Jefferson Ave Miami Beach,
It v 15 p m !-'inia\
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pickles cost about
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at the festival ol Chanukah,
ic-m. i i|
Tin sei i ice will in- dedicated to
tin- memory ni Henrietta Szold,
founder ol Hadassah Mrs Rachel
Brody, presidi nl ol Morton Tow -
i rs group, w ill bring greetings,
and Rabbi David Raab spiritual
leader, will sjicak on "Henrietta
Szold. Mother of Mam Children."
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-
with nine small ta|x i has illumi-
holiday J55I1.C
Trad
iki s v ith it .i :i|i, i
ai die is lit :,t sundow n,
and ihe first gifts disti
hildn ii. ihe rirst ;,i,-|i.,
i Now, the ii.ii .
he from a mix, an i the apple
sauce i- likel) to l from a jar
Mott's i ooked m ith fivi
- is the tradition. For
flavoi to set ol ,- ... idd
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cinnamon lo apple sau< i
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expected to invent new tw ists for
pancakes. A m w tw isl this ye n
is potato |>ancakes served with
hiscious pitted Sunsweet prunes,
Why prunes? Well, really, they
are symbols of homely endurance
and swei I victory which "go with"
Ihe heroic battle ol the Maccabi es
Ii is a long (ournej from old-
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rridav, December 20
1968
ROSE
m. J"r We
the
Women
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
Rose (Mrs. Jacob) Kotlcr. who was born and brought up
in New York City, was a model youngster, who always did
\>!..it her mother said Except for one time, she was able to
take care of herselfand that one
time wu caused by a misunder-
standing.
A; school they had six-month
terms, and when the teacher de-
eided F se should skip a term,
-he sent word to Rose- mother
that -he wanted I we her When
Rose told her mother the teacher
wanted her to come to school, her
mother assumed its was for disci-
plinary reasons and she save Rose
a good hard whack. When Rose
managed to make her understand
why the teacher wanted to talk to her. she said. "Well, let
that be for the next time.'
From the time she was a tiny tot. Rose knew .-he wanted
be a teacher. She loved school and always wanted
to be the teacher Si it was no surprise to anyone when she
majored in education .it Huntei when -he got her
B A and her Mast* 1 U gree as well. At first Ul : r high school, but then switched to the lower gra l< -
-he liked it much better, feeling '.hat there was a
ti r chance of molding younger children than teenagers
She first met her husband in 1929 when he was -en:
change some wooden stairs in is* They
had one date, and didnl se< thei fain tor five years
But she must havi 1 :.-i'et"
........ ;.
25 of that I M
Rose went back to t
v Frai e and Lyi Rose managi ; I
from s< tes bel
- thej iys 1 I inn holidays Prar
now the parents of three,
\ n ne, like her 1 is a
Bcher. And I 1 Kodak h..s been dickering for
' 1 ees : Lori, her si as .> model Lynn and her
s, Iby, have two boysHugh and Mark And
New Rochelle. which makes il
each other
Not only did Rose find time to raise a family, she also
did a lot of community work, and was the executive director
)f New York City's unusual Children's Free Eye and Dental
Clinic, a non-sectarian clinic where all of the doctors as well
as the workers are volunteers.
The Kotlers spend about seven months of the year in
Miami Beach, in their home near the Beth Israel Synagogue.
Jack, president of the Kotler Construction Co.. flies back
and forth to New York now. and eventually they will live
here full time Meanwhile Rose has joined the Sisterhood
of Beth Israel, and was made vice president of fund raising.
At the same time she has become active in ORT. Hadassah
and B'nai B'nth Women In addition. Rose has been made
president of Mesivta Women, the women's organization of
the Mesivta High School of Greater Miami The only one of
its kind in South Florida, it is a Hebrew high school for boys
whose parents wanted them to continue their education in
the same way after attending the Hebrew day school. A lot
of fund raising is involved in this position, for it takes con-
siderable effort to keep the school going Rose, who is good
at handcrafts, uses her knitting and crocheting skills,
making articles to be raffled off. and at present she is busy-
making the rounds, delivering candy for Chanukah gelt.
'Sometime.' Rose says, "it is hard to be a good Jew
here, an Orthodox one. In Brooklyn it is easierthere are
kosher chow mem restaurants and pizza parlors as well as
kosher take-out food places, but here everything has to be
done by oneself A good cook. Rose loves every minute of
being a Jew. She likes to walkalone, fast and far. She
walks and walks, not thinking, just relaxed and carefree,
enjoying the sun and air, renewing her faith in herself, her
God and the work she is doing. A* avid reader, she reads
everything she can get her hands on. including the best
sellers and Perry Mason, for whoaa she claims to haw a
mania.
Rose and her husband go to concerts and play- goH to-
gether, but Jack does the lishing for the family Rose says
she cooks whatever he catches, though Each year they try
to vacation in a country they have not yet seen. They have
covered the United States. South America, and most of the
countries of Europe Israel they have seen three times, and
each time found more fascinating things than they believed
possible, but the Orient is their next adventure, and they
can barely wait
MRS. MARK BIRMAN
Lisa Sue Resnick
And Mark Herman
Wed On Nor. Ith
In a 5 30 p.m c< n mony at tin
Webster Hall Hotel. Pittsbu
Pa Lisa Sw Resnick was .
in marriage to Mark Berman 01
- lay, Nov. 19. A reception at
th>' hotel followed.
The bride, daughter ol Mr. and
Mis Arthur Resnick, Pittsburgh.
is enrolled at the I 'nix ersitj
Miami She was given m man
by her lather.
For her wedding, the bride chose
a gown of v iu de s 4e an 1
beaded Alencon lace, with an 1
pin '-. 1 d A 1
ti au neck ngth
sleeves I with -
- a- I Auroi a crystal b>
its A skirt ei ding in a ch .; I
fth regency effect 'rain trim-
: with Itcmi.-d Alencon lace
lei Her bouffant veil ol 1
i is at tachi d l
ill box and sh .-sir rk 1
iuet of w hid
is
Hei lay- were In f
pa karat wns witl V
.....
V-lim? skirt
th sleeves : trim
ilea Dioi bows
ere l I wit 1 veil
I roses Mat 1 : mor was
1.1- rt of Ni w York "it>.
tn Is 'a. re Debra H. n
''.; Linda L< w nson Mrs Flor-
Mrs I> bra I
in Ant hone.
The bridegroom, an honor c-
uat, Univi rsity of Mi
whose pan nts are Mr. and Mrs
Sam Herman, of Miami, chose Na-
than Lustig of Denver, Colo, to
serve as best man; ushers wen
Robert Anthoiie. James Askanase.
Robin Hales and Ronnie Feldman '
After a wedding trip to Para-
dise Island, the couple will make
their home in Miami.
LEO HOHAUSER
PLUMBING
COalTiACTIKO (EMItlNC
Sartiaf Doe* Ceeaty Omc 25 Teen
1111 S.W. 14th ST. HI ..M04
LADIES turn your "don't
needs" and "con't wear's"
into cask. ACT II
1352 Washinflto. Avt.
Mmw 534400.
FME WKH
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CM JUyti-M
751-W1
WAS DIAMOND CUTTNnT
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CUT DIAMONDS'
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..n, -W wrr wkct ffom mamwactum
Pkoat 379-73S7
Ann jarrett WU1
Marry Paid Siegel
Mr. and Mrs Jack Jarrett an-
nounce the engagement of th. ir
liter, Ann. to Paul Barton
Siegfl!
Th.- bride-elecl was graduated
from Miami Beach High School
and 1- attending the University ol
Florida, where she 1- member of
Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority and
was Swei theart of Kai
nity.
The son of Mr and Mrs, M. A.
ol North Palm Bi ai h Mr
d from Rivi< ra
Beach High Si I the Uni-
versity ol Florida hi 1 w as 1
member ol Kappa Sign .1 frati r*
uty.
MKMM biuws
Brenda Blumin
Future Bride Of
Bruce S. Rubin
-
Mif,
I
Brenda to Bi
Mr anil Mn
SW 16th st
A : 1 ,.; -
I .
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when s
ANN JARRtTT
rlemic Affa
eminent, via
Lambda Delta
1 ar> soi i' ty i
istanl rush
rarity, Sign 1
stuck i.t. Miss 1.
in foreign lang
Mr Rul
Southwi it
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Anita Samel PI tins
To Marry Ihrtor
BARBARA A1N SCHNHDIR
Schneiders Telling
Of Barbara's Ring
Mr and Mrs Sol of
Brooklyn. NY announce the
engagement of their daughter
bar* Susan to Richard I
Sherman, whose parents are Mr
and_ Mrs. Herman J. Sherman,
1745 SW 22nd Ter Ml
Both are seniors at the Univer-
sity of Miami
DOUS FOR SAIE
Custom-made, retonditioned
Do-it-yourself
Dolls and Supplies
Call 688-3826
After 3 P.M.
The
' to I>t
Washingl
nounced by >
Mrs. S. j
I < 1
live in Wash
Mr Samel is
S ial Ad I
'wish Corn::.
nraa Southeast
the Arn.ri, an Jev .
anil was 1
partsneni ot just
ton. DJC
Tlie brut.-to i-
the University
maiorini; in Bocio
The son ot Ml
Rechler of Ni >
n ceivai his A B
College and I
lumbia Onfeers
and Surgeons }{
toral Fellow at II
Molecular Baa
stitute of Hi
Md
The wedding
the spring.

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SOCIAL CMEKDAR IS VOW AVAiLA** UWX F ;t*ST
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f^R 'NFOR\AATION CALL UN 5-0010
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Friday, December 20, 1968
forkmen's Circle
Install Officers
x eh 92 of The Workmen^
and its Women's Club will
its officers at 7-30 p.m.
lay in its Lyceum. 25 Wash-
Am.. Miami Beach.
i\ Glcibcrman. a member of
tional executive committee
Workmen's Circle and a
at the I. L. Peretz Work-
Circle School m Miami, will
installing; officer.
Women's Club of Branch
The Workmen's Circle will
,i Chan11kali celebration at
m. Sunday. Dec. 29. at the
n.
*
nch 1059 oi The Workmen's
will meet at s p.m. Satur-
i the auditorium of the
Igton Federal. u.'W Nor-
Dr., Miami Beach A Cha-
program has been planned.
'"frHitMrricitrtor
Paqe 9-B
mple Menorah Presents
nual Chanukah Concert
le Menorah will present its
Chanukah concert at 8 10
Monday in its social hall.
concert will feature well-
artists Cantor Nico Feld-
t his wife. Nora, violinist
li r, and pianist Joe Vali-
Temple Menorah's profes-
choir will also perform at
cert, which will feature
Jewish ami Israeli music.
NBUBrOsf &
MR. AND MRS. CHAKUS NUSINOW
Hatikvah Lodge
Honors Nusinows
Hatikvah Lodge. B'nal B'rith
will honor Charlie and Mollie
Kusinow at a gala vaudeville show
and parts on the occasion of their
:v; wedding anniversary Thurs-
da> vening, Dec. 26, in the Miami
Beach Federal Bank's auditorium
at 753 Washington Ave.
ing the five years they have
hcei rcsl li nts of Miami Beach,
the Nusinows have been active in
the Hadassah Group of Morton
Towers, the l.">00 Men's Club, the
Triton Towers Men's Club. Temple
Emanu-El, Biscayne Chapter of
CUT. ami many other fraternal.
civic, service and charitable or-
ganizations, and have contributed
generously to worthy charities.
Their family includes a son and
daughter. Bernard and Estelle,
and eight grandchildren
Columbia U. Rabbi
Is Temple Israel's
Brunch Speaker
Rabbi Bruce Goldman, Columbia
I niversity's controversial counse-
lor to Jewish students, will be the
guest lecturer at the annual home-
coming brunch of Temple Israel of
Greater Miami collegians Monday
morning.
Deep involvement with the stu-
dent mow merit on the troubled
New York City campus lias given
Rabbi Goldman a unique insight
into tli. problems which confront
our institutions of higher learning
today, lie win speak on "The
Morality of Resistance."
"In Touch." the printed voice
"i ihc college students who are
alumni ol Temple Isra< I, las)
week was mailed to more I
as in ever) section oi
the countr) as apart ol a continu-
ing program of contact with the
youth.
Edited by Gerald Serotta, Har-
vard graduate who is now a first-
year student at the Hebrew Union
College Jewish Institute of Re-
ligion in New York, assisted by
Arthur Litowitz of Cornell, the 24
pace Fall issue contains a numb r
of provocative articles contributed
by a variety of students.
big and bvautifil florida riirus
parkagvd for holiday giving
4.00 half bushel
Luscious true-ripened golden grapefruit,
navel oranges, or a miyed
assortment delightfully gift-wrapped ...
a welcome expression of
your thoughtfulness.
Full bushel pack, 12.00
JM FOODS, first floor, miami; 377-1911
at dndeland, fort lauderdale,
west palm beach
1501 BISCAYNE BLVD. PARK FREE!
V
MENORAH Chapter. B'nai B'rith In the Washington Federal Audi-
Women, will hold a Chanukah torium. 1234 Washington Ave.
Card Party at 12:30 p.m. Tuesday Miami Bee
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LELA B. REED, Realtor
575 N.E. 125th Street
North Miami, Florida
Phone 751-1688
AUTOMATIC
CAR WASH
Turnkey installotion by dis-
tributor of finest fully auto-
matic all brush equipment.
Excellent financing. See in
operation at 15168 N.E. 6
Ave. Universal Robot of Flo-
rida 947-9713, No franchise
fee.
RESIDENTIAL LOT
SKYLAKE
CVERS1ZEP 131x150'
MOST PRESTIGE LOCATION
IN A*EA, COUNTY TAXES.
Ideal For Professional
or Executive
Call 945 0083.
FREEPORT 3AHAMIA
COIF ESTATES
Terrific volue 6 choice resi-
dential lots odjoining Golf
course site. S66-OO0 value ;
with S4S.000 equity. Sell or j
exchange fo r property in
Miami area.
CARMINE BRAVO, REALTOR
Phone 754-4731
PORT LARGO
A Sun-Orfnchptl hcmiesite
unity on the Atlantic
Oir.in in the center of Key
Largo wnert t never frosti.
i ano ived r--.
throughout this tropical
It and v. thin walking
IP ng center.
, inn meet-
i n .
EM us v- property
in.side park pro.
tected -
p iea-i >at ramp.
and -> r unt
shore fishing from
oua inalfronl
So.WO Ohiy $300 3V
y Inside lots
""I "i >s to the c
sr.ooo. $ioo c -.
unt.l 1069
!u' retervi u ind et
us write you- onti
weal tea
Re'. r >d :ary now i, v "3
- P.irt Lai :);> I ke tr.'
' note drive ........tei I
AFB ,...1
p *ii S- new model a..
pr-ced under ST.000
- half and let rent
p* your expense*
A Card or '-tter to Perl
Lirgo Bo J23. Dept. Mm.
Fla 23C37 or
phone 305:852-5641 will he
> answered w
obligation cr botheri
prsonal fol'ow-up. V.
Take L S 1. 28 miles below
Homestead Office and subdivision en.
trance across >--ghw.iy from
the German Inn.
South Miami Heights
VA 4 ,\. 1P?9 CBS Owner
Selling Corn-r 8O'100'. 3
Utdrocm. 2 I ith. carport
fin shed utility room.
year old Ktnmeea her,
hing dryer. L-ndsay wat.
er softener Kitchen. bU'lt-
in oven, range. RCA refng .
custom breakfast nook. Jalco
lwnmgi. extended screened
back por^h. outside storage
locker. R C dbson air con-
ditioner. House exterior
painted" 1968. Rods, some
drapes, landscaped. Existing
mtg. $11,000. Principal & In.
terest $70.47 month, county
taxes only. Sewage, etc. E-
cel. condition. $1,000 down,
balance on closing. Handled
by our attorney. Appointment
call 2350710.
Want Your
Own Business?
Service Station
1.(7 a <,
L!>po
.. mi \- a
6080 BIRD ROAD
BRAND NEW luxurious 2
bedrooms, Rugs wall to
wall, Central Air. Cond. &
heat, Di'hwaslier, large frost
free refiigerafor, Electric
G.E. Stove.
S175 Monthly
.
d turning and I
;e. Z
Call R. I. Budd I
R. Fidler j
Atlantic
Richfield
945-5388 Days of I
226-3075 Evenings
DRY CLEANING
& LAUNDRY PLANT
Petroleum Retail. Will train
Buyer. Est. 1947. Near race
track. Summer racing com-
ing! Pri'.e S8S.000 30
down.
Call 888-4415 or Write
0. J. c o P.O. Box 2973,
Miami. Fla 33101
SQUARE 10 ACRES
pletely fenced. -1 bed-

cj.irage and swimming
pool en 5 acres. $325 monthly
renta 'uses
, djo n.ng 500
Call Lydie \
Aaaocate 238-5948.
Velma S. Gray, Realtor
15 N KROV E
Phone JM~-0RS7
CINDY LOU
DRAPERY SALON
DRAPERY FRANCHISE
Own a Cindy Lou Burlington
dr.ioery salon with an in.
come potential for you of
S^S.OOO-S^.CbO yf.rly
No Experience necessary,
w- Tr'v J' new shopping
center store hu Id ng. com.
pl^te training, merchandis-
ing, local and national .irl-
/ert sing, n-onthiy a. ^ount.ng
.ind bUI neil .in.ilysis.
ted numl er of toc.ittons
.ind i lable in
f i. to quit'fied person
Mimmu i.ish requirement
$8.50C.
POR F"fE DO"TcOLiO
CINDY LOU DRAPERY
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY
AMERICAN NUT
Sales Of So. Florida
6660 BISCAYNE BIVO.
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Part Time No Selling
EARN $600 monthly, 4 to 6
hours weekly easy and plea-
sant replacing inventory,
small investment. For ap-
pointment Call 757-1504.
SALON
'
945-7835
2 BUILDINGS
3,000 Sq. Ft. Each, large
walkin coolers and freeiers.
Ideal location Will rent
seperately or both. For
information,
Call Seymour Friend
531-6507
LUXURY WATERFRONT Home
in Golden Isles
3 Bedroom, 3 Bath Plus Dn, Central Heat and
Air, 2 Car Garage. Pool. 73' Screened Patio with
Built In Bar & Bar-B-Que.
Completely Furnished $110,000
Call Loo or Nadine Bum
9271616 Eves. 983 8021
MIAM: 949-5100
Brand-Moore Realty
2S15 Hollywood Blvd*
Hollywood, Flo,
BUILDER-DEVELOPERS
SYNDICATES
DOCTOR GROUPS
INDIVIDUALS
An opportunity to participate in THE most exciting and rewarding franchise op-
portunity. Net $70,000 per year for an average location. Get in on a
FABULOUS FILL-R-UP FREE
AUTOWASH FRANCHISE.
Mirimum capital requirement $50,000. Extremely suitable for absentee manage-
ment. Wire, wiite. call or visit Bill Rifenburgh, FILL-R-UP Systems, 2787 E Oak-
land Park Blvd., Fort Lauderdale, F<. 33306 566-086?.
COME ON UP
GENIE is here!!!
f| ...-.o'icna'. new,

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I
IM in lecore?
Now. Cash in i
on America's billion
dollar love affair.
STANDARD OFFICE SYSTEMS
1131II. 151il S Ffc US _
WELL EQUIPPED
CABINET SHOP
Now making fine furniture
for 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
evenings.
This year more than a billion
dollars is being spent on the
cure, feeding and clothing of
pets in the United States.
Bl* out-o?-s?ep management
by "d'udual shop owners is
kep;-K them from being any-
where : ear successful.
New thtrt's a completely new
i pt. Lc-don Pet Care Ltd.
gives ycu an opportunity to
capitalize c A-r.erica's great
lo.e affair v. :h the first well-
planned, well-designed, well-
eruted '-a-ichise pet care
prcg'aTi e.er offered.
You or your designee will be
trained by one of the noted
expels in tue country to groc-n
Coral Gables Home
NEW LISTING ON
WATERWAY
Lovely modernistic 3 bed-
room 2 bath home on beauti-
fully londscaped lot. Hiqh
bridges only to Bay. This
hard to find desirable loca-
tion won't last long. Call
Mr. Mills.
J. ALLfN BROWN, REALTOR
Off. 446-7616 Res. 448-1113
the 30 most ccc v s~.j_
**:, of !?*
Your groo-.ine ,B(J ,..,
salon w.l bedntau^EZ
previous..- urheard
pet care -: ,-.
in th%
Your prol ,--,-(, ,,, .
tionarj -- ,-s -
S "---:.:tS.?S
purchas -j. a
000 gives -, ;-.- /-'
opportunity ': : ;
A-e-:cas in- bi m oer.r
love t"? M-, *
W- *e. Pres oe-t Or co" collect I
|)tt Cart VX
515 OvpoM Hoto Ctnttr 300 B kov- I .d. v* < *'.'. \\
/ Sn-ement
-.hr n'tofdagi ishr*t r -: tk UC
Oej Sreedefs. JHjs, Lonaon Ff.<. t. :. x ixia.
While
budget
dollars
shrink...
mm
your electric dollars stretch!
"eps going up. But
rvico.
,. T been 11 lions in the last 10 .
Flondj Power 8. Light Comp... -
ncesthan tvw before
'"'-' P01'1 ; I our is one third less than .1 t
ve,,,b ago And wm than the national a\
bet! And FPL continues to work and pi in
t buy" in your fanmy budtj*
, Stretch your dollars, the all elecu.c .
FLORIDA POWER LIGHT C 0 M P A '
BUI 10 ,I OHIO A


fJenitf IThridlliair
Paqe 11 B
Malek Is Appointed
As Chairman Of
Lubavitcher Dinner
".Kimi Beach Citj Councilman
: Vice Mayor Joseph Malek has
named chairman of the eighth
irimversary dinner <>f the Luba-
her Movement, Merkos L'ln-
i Chinuch <>f Florida, Rabbi
\hraham Korf, regional director
:. ibavitch, has announced
>re than 300 South Florida
ish communal Ii aders are ex-
ii to attend the dinner, which
be held al the Deauville H I
s ilaj evening. Jan 26. to honor
> suptwrtrrs of the Lul a\ Itcher
menl in the Cm at. i Miami
"'. rkos L'lnyom i ('hinuch pro-
- :11.i> i i,ii and s; n iiual assis-
p and educational opportuni-
to Jewa throughout the world.
Contributes Part Tent
inias Tent and Awning Co
rontributi i ik and other equipment
the sixth annual interfaith
1 tikah ai tj spons.....\ li> the
sh War Veterans, which "ill
i' IIve .-\it ('hanm l 23
p in. Sunda>
Leo Mindlin Is Speaker
Mil illin, Miami li
:si and member of the facultv
liami-Dade Junior College, will
i. guest speaker ai the con-
ational breakfast sponsored
in the T< mple Beth Am Brother-
Sunday at U) a m in the
ti pie's social hall
Beth Kodesh Sisterhood
Sponsors Latke Patty
A Chanukah latke pai tv w i!i In
giv n by thi !'.. Ih Kod< si, Sisl
hood at 7 3 > p s ; ila\ ii I
i audil rium.
Mr : i 0f
:' i ad, \> ill i.'n i mem-
l" is and [u< its Mi Sam Schul-
wolf, honorary president ol the
Sisterhood, is chairman ol the
lir
Torah Dedication Saturday
The Jacob C. Cohen Community
x i :ogue will di dicate a new
Ti ah al sen ici b Saturda
ii Thi Toiah is a gift ol Mr. and
Mis. Louis Cohen, son ol .lac ob '
1 i ii n, found) i and presidei I ol
the congregation. The Cohen ram-
il> will participate in the social
dedication services which will be
held by Rabbi Tibor II. Stern,
spii itual Ii ader.
Eye Surgeon Is Speaker
Dr. Gordon Ring, an eye sur-
kcoi will be guest s]>eakei at the
Founder's Daj Luncheon ol the
Shaloma Group of Hadassah at
t'ontessa Frederika, soprano, will
i ntertain
Mrs, [rvin Shapiro is president
and Mrs. Rose Garth is progi
chairman.
OR OVER
INVESTIGATE
uve&'77vt
6W4&
DEDICATED TO THE PRINCIPLES OF
CREATIVE LIVING
A NON SECTARIAN, NON-PROFIT
RESIDENTIAL COMMUNITY
founders fee:
$9,500 to
$35,000
For compleU information writ* or visit our office on promisee.
1191 SOUTH FLAtL.tR DRiti WIST PALM IUCH. FLORIDA 33401 Telephone Ate* Code 305 133-til!
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Complete
Window Service
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REPLACING
REGLAZING
Fosf Service Free Estimates
PHONE 666-3339
ALL WINDOW REPAIR
7813 BIRD ROAD
BOYNTON BEACH
3 RESIDENTIAL LOTS
IN BEAUTIFUL BOYNTON
BEACH SUBDIVISION
Will SACRIFICE
CALL MIAMI
665-3572
COMMERCIAL
FRONTAGE
IN E HOWARD COUNTY
>n Raventwood Rd in
Dania cut 9 Urge R3 lot.
-a ic- $49,000 with tarmi,
GILL REALTY, INC.
REALTORS
90C SO. DAVID ROAD
931 (Ft Laud.)
Phone 947-9011
FRANCHISE
Fabulous opportunity to owr
latest concept m coin oper.it
ed laundries We now have
3 ready tor opening Jan 1
in large successful Zayre and
K-mart shopping centers Our
new coin laundry equipped
with coin operated mint-
theatre h.is terrific profit-
patential Liberal terms
available for purchase For
free complete portfolio of m.
formation contact FRED
SIMMONS
City Wide Speed Queen Dist
16C2 W. 32 Place, Hialeah
Phone 822-3340
A SI0,000 Investment
In A Going Restaurant
Can make an experiencr-d
man and wife feom 515,000
to S25.OO0 year. New mo-
dern equipment and building.
Popular N.W. area. For Sale,
Lease, or Rent by Absentee
Owne.-
Phone 891-3030
SIMON COHEN
Developer Builder
^_/l app y v^wi am i ha li
CHOICE not CHANCE
HAS BROUGHT THE MORE THAN
300 FAMILIES HERE TO
STAR LAKES ESTATES
CONDOMINIUM LIVING FO* ADULTS OF
GOOD TASTE WHERE THE ACCENT IS
QUALITY NOT QUANTITY.
SOMETHING NEW HAS BEEN ADDED
STAR LAKES
S : JTH MIAMI
iJBURBAN
1 ACRE
3 BEDROOM 2 BATH
POOL AND PATIO
'ik. new ',oi -e *n
hea-t of acre estate ure*
r- nurr. extra large pool
"l-o w in built in bar-b que
HI bedrooms with 2
is. complete electric
-ntral air and heat,
-age. Open 1 to 5
I W 67 Avenue
**> l-SON (S LOVELL.
BROKER
:j7 Court 661-5301
BUSINESS
OPPORTUNITY
Over SI,000 Monthly
Complete lawn maintenance
equipment, established
business.
667-6714 after 6 p.m.
Coraf Gables Home
5301 MAGGI0RE
NEW LISTING
Gorqeous home with 3 bed-
rooms 3 baths, Florida room,
potio with enclosed swimming
pool, built oarbecue,
double garage. Central air
and heat, price 559,900 lor
qualified buyer. Call Carmen
Associates.
ROSr GORDON, REALTOR
Phone 444-6271
S 260G DOWN
$18 50C T0TAI-S151 MO.
No Quc ifying low Taxes
4452 S.W. 13 TERR.
3 Bedroom. Florida Room,
Garage
Shown by Appointment Only
Owner 374-0794 No Agents
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Marina Business For Sale
Dry storage up to 31 feet. 10 ft. beam, stack 150
boats capacity. Retail sales. Manufacturing boats
and equipment National wholesale sales. Large 4
bedroom penthouse. Th.s is B.g Business. Don t cal>
unless qualified to purchase. Reasonable terms.
FOR APPOINTMENT PHONE
305-664-4284
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NOW OFFERING FOR SALE TWO
Magnificent 1 I 2 Bedroom
Condominium Apartments with 1, 1'i
and 2 baths.
$4,190
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COME OUT TODAY!
BE OUR GUEST
Jewish Temple adjacent to condominium
NEWLY OPENED SECTIONS
* III apartments terraced.
* All apartments face a beautiful lake
* You will enjoy and share in the own-
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N.I. 2nd Av. and 191et Strt
FREE BUS STRVICF l
SALE OFFICE 624-9061 OR 624-2676
Take North-South Expressway 11-95) to Route No. 441. Continue to N.E. 191st Street
Turn Right (East) 4 Blocks to Models.
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TONY ATLANTIC SERVICE STATION
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DIAL 681-9173
CHANUKAH GREETINGS FROM
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Phone 538-2323
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1300 N W. "ih AVENUE
Phone 379-7661
PampIemousse
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Luncheon served:
11 a.m.-5 p.m.
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HARRY ZUCKERMAN Estaofisfced in 1945 '
KATZ's PARADISE Restaurant
1451 Collins Avenue
Phone 532-1671
KREPLACH KISHKE MATZO BALLS KNISHES
MEAT ir FISH if STEAKS CHOPS + CHICKEN
CATERING FOR ALL OCCASIONS
xce//enf Cuisine Superb Service Modern Decor
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471 WASHINGTON AVE.
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EL Ml ATI it HO SPANISH RESTAURANT
Specialty of the House "PAELLA VALENCIANA"
Open 11:30 A.M. Til 11 P.M. Daily
2322 N W. 7th STREET, MIAMI Phone 642-9043
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ELEGANT FRENCH CUISINE
For Something New and Ditferent in Our Miami Area
2340 S.W. 32nd Ave. 443-2536
Make Your Reservations Before Going To The Theatre
OWNER-CHEF BEXIS INVITES YOU TO ENJOY
FLORIDA'S FINEST, AUTHENTIC FRENCH FOOD
Gourmet Luncheons and Dinners-Reasonably Priced!
* Refreshing French Style Sidewalk Cafe Soeciolizing In:
Pepper Steak Flambe Cognac
Beet Bourquigons
Steak Marchand de Vin
Brochette of S*a Food
Sweetbreads Forestieres
Veal Cordon Bleu de Chef
LUNCHEONS SI.40 to S2.20
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DINNERS S3.20 to S6.00
vServed 5:3C (o 10.00 P.M.
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715 1. US OLAS ILVO.. FORT LAUEERDALE 523-2500
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presents Nlushl
FEATURING
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State a grand show of music, tinging nnd dancing
find altogether charm the audtcrur tilth their fatt-
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rLORIDA IN PROBATE
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CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO. 68-18309
,OTICE BY PUBLICATION
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NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
File No. 68 A-243
Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941
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JOSEPH MBPoFF hold. .
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THECIHCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNT/.'IN CHANCERY
No. 68-17929
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
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appl deed to bl
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WILLIAM HAI.DANE
TO U II.I.IAM HAI.DANE
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Framingham Maaaai'huai M
You WILLIAM HALDANK
notified thai a Hill Com-
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1968 County taxen and Cits "I Home- i'.,1"' ,".'1'" ,:'11 "' Complain! on the
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day ..f January, 1969
Dated thia Ird day < D< i eml>i r
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