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The Jewish Floridian ( December 5, 1969 )

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^Jewish Floridian
Miami. Honda. Friday, December 5, 1969
Sec.ion B
970 Campaign Off To Good Start
Israel's Foreign Minister Abba
iFI-.an will be honored it the
: 1} In;!;,: Gifts Dinner
launching the Great -r Mi i n!
Jewish Federation's 1970 Com-
Kined Jewish Appeal Israel
Emergency Fund campaign. l"u-
jdiivc is off to an unprecedent
[siart as the result of two ad-
vanced gifts meetings at which
Bl 114.125 was raised for the
|l'.!7() combined drive.
Community leaders had met
let the home of the campiign's
kcneral chairman. Robert Rus-
Isi''1. president and chairman of
board of Russell Aluminum
k'oip.. for ths Pa<- iset!
fcer, ind attended an A I-
Gifts Dinner al h m of Rich-
I Levy. !< \ not ke
|t!ie Pacesi 1 tinner w is
(; n, Aharon Y ... i ; i In-
Higence of Isr ie]' V......
ie Advance Gifts D nni r, S n.
Vi'i Bayh ol Indiana w is the
st speaker.
The s ime ktoiii ~' >m-
nunity leaders which last ye r
contributed $739,000 towards
|i In 1969 twin drive, have d irin
tin- past two weeks con'.1 uo
Ivith some $1.1 million, a ."':
Increase. These fund= -e init! '1
Contributions to th FHo-i'i'"
Ifor ihr support of nine local and
|3S national anil overse*" age"-
ries. as well as the 1970 Israel
| Emergency Fund.
"The two advance gift meet-
ings provide ample evidence thai
our community is coming of
age, nol only In recognizing the
nei ds of our local agencies, but
in accepting and understanding,
with maturity, its role in help-
ing Israel survive during these
most critical times in her brief
history," said Mr. Russell.
All segments of the Jewish
community are being involved in
the plans to welcome Mr. Eban
to the Miami area, Initial Gifts
TV Star Highlight
He ".-:_ the ent Ttainrr
I irs >f I. -banon Hospital's 8th
Vnnh >n in B i'1 Saturd \
ning in the Grand Ballroom of the
F ml linebieau Hotel w
>pular i 'alisi and TV -
I M ihann ; 'ai
Those attending the b'aek-ti
ci lebration will be greeted by
Harry L. Lewis, president of the
hospital, and Mrs. Lewis; ball
chairman Saul Silberman and Mrs.
Silberman, and members of the
hospital's board and their wives
In keeping with the silver and
; blue color sch. me. the floral c -n- ,
terpieces for the banquet tables
have been specially designed of
Can't Buy Happiness
With Chanukah Gelt
By JACK sir.dF.i.
". I was i kid there was
I some I ilk boul ( hai
e'.l it was only talk becai
ti vi r saw anj ol .'. prim i'.j
I there wasn'1 i >
around .' Ij ... and nother
"
P \t d to Ik M k 5
im. but n it me Sh
tli it she n i I .
.: I ii she r ;' i
I them for free i
Yiddish Morning Journal t i
h r each day. and the g
ery Friday) .sine- we only lived
the street And I neve
ke I for money
1 was reminded of this at the
General Assembly cf th Council
il Jewish Federations in Boston.
Ia group of young self-style radi-
|< sent the "establishment" ;
list of demands and threatened to
Kisrupt the proceedings if thev d:d
;et a hearing. Using the best
lo- confrontation methods n-.-:n ice
It were given th" floor it on
|( thi 'nig meetings and I list i \
|\ th rapt attention as they pro-
|< k 1 in sharp and s me1 m -
I ul phr ise il >,' > c'tai :
I ; eopli the establi hm
I th a defacement oj J '-
I with a kit ol >*t '
[ ing money, for i MildH : Ie vish
>nters and swimming p > i's aid
ii ir ii tting Jewishness .. i w i th
|li am.
I listened with the sam
'tention, and patience for whit
I' \ would offer Instead of t!".
JJewish values which the o'det
l< ations hail forgotten. Ani ,r
It v offered instead wer < Jewish
p lues, Jewish content, Jewish his-
I' Jewish u idlti '' hi h
I for teachers In ffeel t'1 >t
I out againsl iln, I i
| ody objects, and demanded
ihe sin be sinlt is The only
: thought thej e I
I ind for a pie
II i place on the
[ iti ns. Th 'J P illial d
I n offer-up of Israel, b it un-
I tely, Israel was not their
and its actual creal
Division chai m i Daniel Ne il
Hi Her said.
The Federal m's local bene-
ficiary agene'es include The Bu-
reau of Jewisii Educ ition. C m-
munity Chaplaincy S.>rvi .
Hille'.-University ol Miam .lav-
ish Family and Children's Serv-
ice, Jewish Home foi the Aged
Jewish Vocational Service, Na-
tional Council of Jewish W. :n -n-
Immigration and Naturaiizat n
Service, Mount Sinai I" >
and the YM-YWHA of Greater
Mi imi.
Of Cedars9 8th Ball
Initial Gifts Dinner chairman Daniel Neal Heller, right, and
Irvin Korach stand behind Irwin Knott, left and Perry Kaye
as the planning committee members go over the p'.ans for
the Greater Miami Jewish Federation's Dec. 14 dinner in
honor cf Israel's Foreign Minister Abba Eban.
''' > Prejudice Topic
vided by M Mt'.kii
'.'
An i"v' 'i i: ent in
tie i
attitudes, jud
Some 3 ... -: condu d by i ir. Max
I ten!. director ol tin hu.1 i
irj al Bostot
'': i the i p.m. : I
f the N Sh ire Gi pte.*,
B'rith '..' i, M mc" ly. 1> '
;
1133 : ndy 1 .Prog
i!i i .' rlu i ci. inukah
.r my.
Chanukah
eurred at a time when they could
' i little 11 hi !p it into existenc
" lesidi :'''' in favoi i I
.. ,. st as .'.-
But I ; '-
i! r i] it ind respectfi
Ci n I n tticx d the > ou'h b
..'
h w i.il As i
th : :h disc ivered li
ivi i.l n .
v ofl nol -...
: -i
.our. i
... r Smich i. He h I hi no th
\-- p] ire into Israel b >ro*e the
: Six-Day War and had been \. i in I-
ed in d fense of a kibbutz.
Heroes and Maccabees.
Tews have, and have had before
i This is not a credential i|f suf"
i cient size to demand money. It
a'so occurred to me that a rabb!.
least of a'l peopl". can I a r lie i!
A radical, by definition, get '
the rool of things. H-' also e's
\ rabbi must maintain tradition,
ind heritage; he musl ba a con-
itive
Unl s- h is like th n*x'
,,.-;. : .1 ... I.'... ,,.... R i
R ibbl "f the F 'th Vvenu
<\ i : i ie m Now Y r k Citv. w h i
has ivritl I this pr iblen \
h : c ar-
ticles "Orthodox' so-' rht I
,i iranti Its survival bj freezii
the Halacha 'Oral Law i and it?
theologj As a result, it r -.-
now realize i's full p itentia' In in
age when more ind m r nte
tuals are prepared for the leap of
faith bul hardly for a le

scurantism." (My ''
M r i '. n .. ;i"' I io I this
x ;-.<\ !' it she went to S thul
every' S-iturdav to insure .<""'
,... |V But Dr. Rachman
nts out that the time is rip
i challenee, and th it any
nitte l to the il ilach i
on the bnsis of his i
: ha unlim I
.-.
i this
th it Jew
. ... m m the Itehl o'. pres-
md that Di R n i
Continued on Page 10 B
greetings...
from


BU RD I N S f
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may your holiday
be as bright .
as the Chanukah light!


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Friday. December 5. 1969
SAN JUAN HOTEL
1680 Collins Ave., Miami Beach
Extends Best Wishes
For A Happy Chanukah Holiday Season
IRWIN GOLDBERG PAUL KASDEN
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL FROM
CATALINA HOTEL
DORSET HOTEL
1732 Collins Ave.
1720 Collins Ave.
LARRY FRIEDMAN
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
ALBION HOTEL
1650 James Avenue, Miami Beach
534-2901
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
iimii:> aim: hotel
2477 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach. .
Telephone 538-5721

HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
SI ICI i OMIIIJC HOTEL
1717 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Phone: 538-7511
Procession of the Torahs, shows Al Union of the Mesivta Sr. High School
"OurTorah is home home in Jerusalem. Carried through the darkness, the
wilderness through despair, through pogroms, through the concentration
camps, through the wars .
OASIS MOTEL & APTS.
6580 INDIAN CREEK DRIVE UN 5-9875
MIAMI BEACH
STEVAN GOLDBERG
A VERY HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL ...
A Happy Holiday to All Our Friends and Customer*
TRAVELERS HOTEL & RESTAURANT
IU-0448
4767 N.W. 36th Street
Miami Spring*
A VERY HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL ..
SHELBORNE HOTEL
1101 COUINS AVENUE MIAMI BEACH
A HAPPY CHANUKAH
From
WESTCHESTER TRAVEL AGENCY
8445 Coral Wey, Miami
Phone 226-5811
Chanukah Greetings To The Entire Jewish Community
MH. & 3MRS.
\l III 111 ItOSI \ltl IU.
& FAMILY
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
NORMAL'S SWKATKB SHOP
1401 WASHINGTON AVE., MIAMI BEACH
Phone 538-5055
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
PARKS IIHOS. HTC. CO., IXC.
1049 E. 23rd Street, Hialeah
-::" :" "
MIAMI MONTESSORI INSTITUTE
170 N.E. 99th STREET 758-2825
TO ALL MY FRIENDS AND ACCOUNTS
HAPPY HOLIDAYS
E. H. BROEKEMA
Over 20 Yearn
Invome Tax Experienve
12405 N.W. 2nd AVENUE
PL 4-1439
Holiday Greetings... to our friends & clients
The Heritage Corp.
Of SOUTH FLORIDA
MORTGAGE BANKERS
EDWARD FEINSTEIN, President
1318 N.W. 7th St., Miami Phone 377-4933
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
UNIVERSAL AIRCRAFT
PARTS. INC. OF HIALEAH
887-8201
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL
PALMETTO HARDWARE & PLUMBING SUPPLY
S237 SW 124th STREET 235-9341
7334 RED ROAD 665-4231 *
Dan Hitchcock, Owner
HAPPY HOLIDAYS TO ALL .
GEORGE G. WHITNEY REAL ESTATE
1 LINCOLN ROAD
JE 8-7401
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL
REX ENGRAVING OF MIAMI. IM
63 N.W. 6th St., Miami
3774761
: .
GALE
HOTEL
1690 COLLINS AVEN.E
P'lone 531-6361
HAPPY CHANUKAH
TO ALL OUR FRiENDS
AND CLIENTS FROM
New Richmond
Hotel
18hS STREET
and
COLLINS AVENUE
Sid and Fay
Herbert
A Happy Chanukah To All
CORONADO
MOTOR
MOTEL
ft Wahon Beech. Florida
Ph. Cherry Ml 16
HAPPY CHANUKAH
WEBSTER HOTEL
1220 COLLINS AVENUE
MIAMI oEACH
Phone: 534-4628
DELANO HOTEL
BEST WISHES FOR
A HAPPY CHANUKAH
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
AND GUESTS
1685 Collins Avenue
538-7881
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lay December 5, 1969
Jewisf Mc/rfidffor
Paqe 11-C
~Whafs
Cooking
for
Chanukah
("hanukah is a holiday of miracles. The smal] army oi the
Maccabees won a big victory over the hug.- army of Antiochus
the Greek. And the small ju? of pure oil in the temple hurried for
*#ighj (la>.s.-ceniuimev.lhan it wouid nave Jasted ordinarily.
Since the miracle of the oil 2.100 yens ago, it has lx'en the
custom to eat foods fried in oil during ih.> entire holiday. 'Hie
variety is big and delicious, but the best-sellers arc Latkes and
Ponchekes.
Here is a modern way to prepare Ch nukah Ponchekes. By
using baking powder instead ol yeasl the <\\ foi the dough to
rise is eliminated, and the goodies an turned out "mirculously
quick."
INSTANT CHANUKAH PONCHEKES
2 eggs
\i cup sugar
"4 cup oil
2 teaspoons baking powder
euiis flour
Oil tor deep frying
teaspoon salt
Sugar for sprinkling
By RUTH SIRKIS
Heat egf;s and sugar three minutes in electric mixer. Iik-nd in
milk and oil. Combine flour, baking powder ar.d salt, add to egg
mixture, and mix well with wooden spoon. Dough will be smooth
and soft I you should be able to handle it with floured hands).
Roll out to half-inch thickness on a lightly floured surface (or
flatten with floured hands'. A doughnut cutter or the traditional
team of water glass for outside, thimble for center hole, may be
used to cut out the ponchekes, which resemble doughnuts. (Cut-
ting tools should be dipped in flour, also*. Fry in l'j-inch oil in
large heavy skillet, until brownturning once. Drain on paper
towels and sprinkle with sugar.

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THE JEWISH COMMUNITY
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.
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Miami Shores
754-9508
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JEWISH COMMUNITY...
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A HAPPY CHANUKAH
FAIR HAVENS
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201 Curtiss Parkway, Miami Springs Tel. 887-1565
A HAPPYCHANUKAH
ri ititixi: CENTER PHARMACY
645 Perrine Avenue, Perrirte
Phone 238-3641
CHANUKAH GREETINGS TO ALL
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3945 N.W. 32nd AVENUE, MIAMI
PHONE 634-1551
HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL
Commercial Sewing Machine Co.
SYLVIA & JACK GREENBLRG
2035 N.W. 1st PLACE. MIAMI, FLORIDA
373-7363
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Phone 759-4473
BEST WISHES
for a
HAPPY CHANUKAH
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Miami, Fla
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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>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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"(Jewish Flori
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 42 Number 49
Miami, Florida Friday, December 5, 1969
Four Sections Price 2G:
Israelis See U.S. As
Unwilling Partner
JERUSALEM (JTA) Diplo-
rmatic circles here believe the
; United States was quite un-
willing to resume Four Power
(talks on the Middle East, which
jhave begun anew in New York,
|l>ut was unable to find a way
out of them. According to these
Icircles, Washington could not
|very well refuse to resume con-
sultations with Russia, Britain
|and France, because its bilateral
iiscussions with the Soviet Union
jn the Middle East appear hope-
pessly deadlocked.
Israeli diplomats are most ap-
prehensive over the role thai
ranee will play in the renewe i
fBig Four deliberation';. They
note that Paris has made it
^uite clear that in matters >'
foreign policy, the Pompldo i re-
Igime follo.vs the lines laid dvvn
Iby former President Charles
[de Gaulle. It is feared that
JFrance may renew its proposal
for a timetable to implement
the Security Council's Nov. 22,
[1^67, Mideast resolution. Israel
rejects the timetable concept
and insists that the resolution
is not self-implementing.
According to the Israelis, th,
resolution merely lays down the
principles upon whi"V ag-e"-
ment between the two sides
should be reached. In the Israeli
view, "agreement" is the key
word. But France's stand has
been closer to that of the Soviet
Union, which has agreed to a
"package deal" but insists thai
Israel withdraw to th l'>lfi ar-
mistice lines befo-e the deil !>e-
comes effective. The Soviet po-
sition has been rejected by the
United States and the Israelis
hope it will continue to stand
firm against the pressure that
may brought t < bear by the
three other pow
Israeli officials made no se-
cret of their disapo lintmi
over the resumption of the F i
Power talks sine? the announce-
ment was ni ide by the U.S. mis-
Continutd on Pag* -A
U.S. WILL PRESS
ISRAEL TO ACCEPT
WASHINGTON UTAi
Th" State Department will
p-s< Israel to accept its
latest iieace proposals but
only if the Soviet Union ac-
cepts the formulation, it has
been learned in official quar-
ters. Should Moscow agree
with the U.S. pn>ix>sal com-
municated to the Soviets las!
October, the US. govern-
ment will strongly urge Is-
rael to go along. Officials
"coressed th" hone that ar
affirmative Soviet response
is received in time to a'lovi
for pressure on Israel prior
to the Dec. 20 Arab summit
conference in Rabat, Mo-
co. Tie U.S. plan envis-
res in Israeli withdrawal
fr 'in Use Sinai terril >t : oc-
cupied in Jun 19 57, it: X-
chnng 'for i "I ind'.ng im-
: lil lent' :" >. P:\\ : '
Npsser to establish
"". a Egypt US '
the s i-c illed Rhodes I r-
mula" to achieve pr u tica
security arrangements for
the Gaz i Strip an 1 Sh irm
el-Sheikh.
SHOWS NO AMERICAN MILITARY PERSONNEL
U. S. Delivers List
Of All Volunteers
In Israeli Army
WASHINGTON (JTA' In
an effort to convince the Nasser
regime that U.S. military per-
sonnel are not serving in Israeli
.armed forces as has b"en all.....'
by Egypt. Robert S. Pranger,
deputy Assistant Secretary of
Def "-. w is sent to C" lir
the behest of the State D -p irt-
to :' liver i list
'ii American olim inev .--
1 ;-1 rving in the 1st i
fters or \ lunt i
'; he list w thought I > ha'
been prepared by the U.S. 1
bassy in Israel in an effort to
demonstrate that a relatively
small number of persons in the
Meir Cables Child's Parents
JERUSALEM (JTAI Pre-
iroier Golda Meir has cabled her
condolence* to the parents of
, two-yeajeold George Nastos, the
(Greek child fatally wounded in
! last Thursday's grenade attack
on the El Al ticket office in
Athens by two Jordanian ter-
rorists.
Her message said, "I am
grieved to hear of the death of
your dear child. George, a vic-
tim of a criminal and insensate
act of brutal terrorists. Those
responsible for this cowardly
and inhuman act have put them-
selves beyond the pale of civi-
lized society. May God comfort
you in your grief ."
Doctors in Athens reported
that Mrs. Nancy McClain of
Dallas, Texas, one of the 14 per-
sons injured in the attack, has
developed a clot in her lungs,
forcing postponement of surgery
to remove shrapnel from her
body. Her condition was de-
scribed as serious.
The (WO Jordanian SUSOects
in the case, Elias Derkarabeti.an,
23. who threw the grenade, and
Mansour Murat, 21, who has
been charged as his accomplice,
were given 24 hours in which to
enter their pleas to charges in-
cluding premeditated murder.
Warning that further terror-
ist attack on iireek soil would
lead tr> "unfavorable political
reuereiwnions," the (".reek gov-
ernment announced a ban on the
entry of all Palestinian Arabs
using travel documents Instead
ot regular passports.
In Jerusalem, Foreign Min-
ister Abba Eban said vacilla-
tion on the part of the Creek
government is partly to b'ame
for the attack. He claimed in a
radio interview that it was n >
coincidence that the terrorists
selected Greece for the sec ^nd
time, in view of the fact that
the Greek government had post-
poned the trial of two Arab sabo-
teurs who attacked an El Al
plane at Athens airport almost
a year ago. Thev are now sched-
uled to be tried in February.
Greek authorities had been
warned in advance of the pres-
ence of Arab terrorists in Athens
ar.d the likelihood of an attack
on the El Al office, Israeli
sources said. The warning came
from Israeli intelligence agents,
they said, but the Greek author-
ities apparently did not take
them seriously enough to tike
preventive measures.
Large Party Raids
Israel's Positions
TEL AVIV UTAt A la
Egyptian raiding party attacked
Israel; positions on the east bank
bank of the Suez Canal Satur-
day night under cover ot an
rtillery and mortar barrag
1st teli spokesmen said they land-
ed about ll p.m. but were quick-
ly repulsed and fled back across
the canal leaving two dead on
the Israeli bank and three more
bodies on the Egyptian side. .
Erypt's version of the raid dif-
fered from that of Israeli m ;-
tary spokesmen. According to
Cairo, 130 Egyptian troops k>
cupied and held Israeli positions
on the canal's bank : >r two
h >urs before pulling back with-
out casualites, Cairo claimed.
According to this version, "a
l irge number" of Israeli tt i pa
were killed by the raiders, in I
still others when Israeli jets
bombed and strafed their own
men by mistake.
Israeli circles said that con-
tinuing air strikes against Egypt
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Police Testify Against El Al Security Guard
WTNTERTHUR. Switzerland
(JTAtTwo police officers and
a Zurich airport fire brigade
lieutenant have testified against
Mordechai Rachamim, the El Al
security guard who gunned an
Arab terrorist, one of four at-
tacking an Israeli airliner at the
airport last February.
Rachamim, who is on trial for
m itislaughter, faces up to five
vears imprisonment if convicte 1
His lawyer, Hans Meisner, man-
aged to discredit part of the
testimony given by the prosecu-
tion witnesses-by-demorwrrrrthv:
that it contradicted statements
they had made during the ear-
lier investigations. The case
hinges on whether Rachamim
shot the Arab terrorist deliber-
ately or in self-defense. He told
the court last week that the
Arab was carrying a Kalaehnikof
automatic rifle and made what
appeared to be a threatening
gesture before he opened fire.
Describing the scene in re-
sponse to a question from Judge
Hans Gut, he said. "I startei
running in a wide circle towards
the barrier from behind which
the Arabs had been shooting at
the plane. I ran in a very wide
circle to draw their fire toward
mc and prevent them from hit-
ting the plane because I feared
that any moment bullets might
reach the fuel tanks and cause
an explosion."
The prosecution witnesses tes-
tified that the terrorist was un-
armed at the moment he was
shot. Lt. Hans Henlg. of the Ore
brigade said that when he ir-
rived at the scene he saw Rach-
amim shoot an Arab who had
Ivs hands in the air. The defens
attorney, however, quoted Hen-
ig's previous statements, which
ited that he could not
the shooting because he
was wrestling with an a
Al lb at the time.
When a member of the Zur
Cat tonal police force test II e
thai he held the Arab terrorist
at gun point at a range of less
' ..m a yard when R ichamim
fired three shots at him in rapid
succession, Mr. Meisner brought
out in cross-examination the
fact that the policeman had
made contradictory statements
the day after the shooting and
again several weeks later l>e-
fore the investigating magis-
trate. More than a dozen con-
tradictions were found between
Rudolf J leger's earlier st itc-
ments and the testimony he
gave in court.
Th<- three surviving Arab ter-
rorists are being tried for mur-
der in the same court. Their
nock fatally wounded Israeli
pilot-trainee Yoram Peress The
Arabs' defense counsel, VV I
Huber, told the courl that they
will persist in their refusal to
make any statement, a decision
he said was forced on them by
"certain advisers." The idi -
apparently were members of the
Arab lawyers association, who
held a press conference to ex-
plain why they told the let 'nd-
ants not to speak, and sought to
lsI doubts on the legality .?;
the court and its Impartiality.
Israeli military service hold dual
American-Israel citizenship.
After visiting Israel and Jor-
dan, the Defense Department of-
ficial went to Cairo to ask th >
Egyptians to accept Americ i >
word thai there is no offi ri il
nt of U.S. persi mi
i forces. Ii was hope ;.
the pn set tati in of a list
rtal assurai ces would i -
Pre* i..... Nasser
stafl of U.S. erity m th
iss :
The mala point of the Pranger
visit was to emphasize that the
l.S. government lo Us with dis-
favcr at the limited voluntar\
Involvement, it was said. Mr.
Pranger met with the two offi-
c'als s-.iid to lie most responsible
for spreading the allegations
about American military men
serving in Israel, it was noted.
The two are Mohammed Has-
saneln Heika'.. editor of the
semi-official uewspaoer Al Ah-
!, who is one of Nasser1* ooo-
f>'la-its, and Egyptian Foreign
Minister Mahmoud Kind.
Cairo Radio's c'aim that 43
Americans were piloting Israeli
ets whil" 136 more were serv-
ing in radar and ground crews
has b<*en termed "eomolete non-
sense" by an Israeli spokesman.
'We are flying our own planes
and manning our own ground
facilities." he said. "We don't
need foreign pilots or ground
crew s."
Mr. Pranger's consultations
with Nasser's issociates was th-1
t'i-s' male by a high-rank:-,
U.S. official since the 1968 visit
: Lucius W. Battle, former As-
sistant Secretary of State for
Near Eastern Affairs.
State Department officials, in-
sisting that he was not on a
special mission and did not car-
ry any formal messages from
the U.S. Government, would say
only that he was on an "orient I-
tion" visit. U.S. diplomats in the
Span!sh Embassy, which handles
American interests in Egvpl
said, "He came to gather infor-
mation and answer any ques-
tions the Egyptians might put
to him."
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Friday, December 5, 1969
Number 49
'25 KISLEV
The Meaning Of Chanukah
The early arrival of Chanukah this year gives us an
opportunity to contemplate its meaningbeyond what, un-
fortunately, it has become for far too many: the Jewish
answer to Christmas, with gifts being exchanged and the
Menorah displayed in competition with the Christmas tree.
The victory of the Maccabees over their Syrian op-
pressors has meaning beyond a battle won, or even the
miracle of the light which burned for eight days. In its
fullest sense, Chanukah represents the triumph of religious
freedom and for this Israel always will be a light unto the
nations. The story of the Maccabees is one which must
never be forgotten, for the fight for religious freedom is one
which every generation must be prepared to wage.
Strength Lies In Values We Live By
As victims, rather than oppressors, over many cen-
turies, it is not surprising that Jews in Israel as well as in
this country are sensitive to charges made after a policy
of "collective punishment" was announced by Moshe
Dayan as a means of combattinq Arab terrorism. A state-
ment from the Prime Minister's office appeared to be aimed
at limiting the damage done to Israel's imaqe, and to
making Abba Eban's meeting with U.S. officials next month
less delicate on this issue.
No one will deny the right and duty of the Israeli gov-
ernment to take stem measures when it comes to the se-
curity of the people against acts of sabotage and terrorism,
but, as the newspaper Haaretz, a staunch supporter of
Dayan, points out: "The method of 'neighborhood punish-
ment' will strengthen feelings of animosity to Israeli rule.
And if, as a result of this, the saboteurs enjoy increased
cooperation on the part of the population in the occupied
territories, what shall we do then?
Although there is no comparison, the recent allega-
tions of American atrocities in Vietnam has made all of us
conscious of the obligation to deal humanely .with the
strangersand even enemiesin our midst. We- look to".
Israelas we have always looked to our own coun'ryto
be a light unto the nations even in adversity, for in the
final analysis, our strenqth lies in the moral and ethical
values we live by, as well as preach.
First Step Toward Reparation
Austria has used the occasion of the 30th anniversary
of the death of Sigmund Freud, which occurred after he
was exiled to England, to take steps to turn his famous
residence at 19 Bergqasse into a museum and library. A
newly-formed Freud Society is attempting to recover some
of his property, including the famous couch on which his
patients lay while relating their dreams; and is plcnning
to hold a conqress there next year, when, it is hoped, they
will be able to put some of these objects on display.
Considered to be among the five men who had the
most influence on the 20th Century, (two of the others were
Albert Einstein and Karl Marx), the anti-Jewishness of.the.
father of psychoanalysis has often been compared with
that of Marx, mainly because of his last major work,
"Moses and Monotheism." Unlike Marx, who was brought
up as a Christian, Freud never denied his birthrigl^pnd
remained a steadfast member of the Jewish community
whatever his feelings were about Jewish observance and
belief.
Reparations by the Austrian nation to the memory of
one of the great men of our times have long been overdue.
This first step in that direction is to be commended.
It is possible thai we hive
been looking in the wrong i
for the clues to "Jewish" -
vival, the search for
seems t > haunt our maj >r
agencies and Institutions. A look
at the Itinerary ol R ibbi Irving
Greenberg, one of the panelists
on a loc il si minar c u e 'me I
with "The American Jewish
Family" si veral wicks ago
provide some Insights.
On a Thursday he was in
Boston with .i group of y ung
people to urge the G -neral As-
sembly ol the Council of Jewish
Federations and Welfare Funds
to make a "drastic and immedi-
ate reordering of priorities," in-
cluding action on Jewish educa-
tion and reform of Federation
structures. On Saturday morn-
ing he was in Washington,
moratorium-marching with a
contingent of Yeshiva Univer-
sity youth, and on Sunday morn-
ing he was here in Miami as
part of the William and Irene
Siegel Seminar, defending, as it
were, the positive role of Jew-
ish youth in the changed family-
life of our people.
The concern expressed bv the
young si>okesmon at the CJFWF
conference could be viewed as
just a typical attack on the es-
tablishment only at the risk of
overlooking it validity. Wh"n
Gordon Zacks, chairman of the
Young Leadership Cabinet of
I'JA. urged that the communi-
ty's finances should b? div '.
to Jewish needs such as educa-
tion rather than nationally-
suDported efforts such as hospi-
tals: or when Hill-1 Levine. a
23-year-old Harvard grad who is
an ordained rabbi charged that
more resources are mobilized to
"combat one crackpo* aith
Semite than to deal with th"
Jewish illiteracy of mi'Jions of
Ji v -." '' y we; '
. j fthej
What the; ucn
A nt Fi 'i ns
i i supp I al d -
and str ngtn n J -wish
-y among ypun> J
: thei 'ii ir effoi'- ,;: the
l e. intry w Y.iv.
such hospitals, anti-p >verl
pi '.-. human rights efforts"
. not new, for others have
said it before. To me, the -
mce lies In l th it our
,i wish young are really telling
in to ]) point finger at
thi-m because they have become
assimilated and alienated from
th.-ir heritage. The truth maj '>
Hi it it is their fathi rs. In their
search for security and status in
the American community wh i
are seeking to shod their Identi-
ty, and their sons, who now wish
to strengthen their Jewishness.
No one can fault the gi neros-
ity of a generation which has
poured so much of its money into
building Israel, hosoita's. com-
munity centers and now, schools
and universities with or without
a Jewish Imprimatur. What the
new generation of potential lead-
ers is saying loudly and clearly
is that today this emphasis
other than Israel is deficient in
Jewish content and that to ra'se
funds for that which is irrele-
vant to the American Jewish
ex|>orience under the umbrella
of the Jewish community is a
disservice to that community.
As Rabbi Greenberg told his
listeners in Miami. "Jewish hos-
pitals will not produce Jews."
If one needed fur*he- evidence
o' the s;>"ed with which genera-
tion gars develop in our time,
the difference in Jewish intel-
lectual t'toucht that has d*vcl-
oned in a few short years is
startling A Commentary maga-
by EDWARD COHEN
n >sium Bin h
tun's in 19GS c ruld I lii
to have concluded that
I had taken ovei
manistic asp* its of J .
was DO longer necrssa: \
Jew, only an ethic i
p raan. And. it now is
what the Commentary
tuals preached has i>
ticed by Jewish phi 1st I
the American seen--.
But more recent e\. I
dicates the new bred ol
intellectuals not only d t
the "Jewish" tab !
determined to make it m minq.
ful for this generation u
generations to folow. The
know that Judaism Is not I
ized, as Toynbee once put
a vital civilizing force In
which needs the enessag
prophets more than e.
This would seem t-> be
oration comfortable in Its Ji >v-
Ishness, as the American -
ations before it were not
would seem to be a gon i
that, despite the doomsday c
his received a Jewish edw
which goes beyond the -:
nomie and ritualistic ties I
hound another to its tradit
It can. therefore, spo.tk u I
authority of a Jewish future
which is bound to Amerie I
not engulfed by it.
It is a truism that betti
educated p.x>ple are more
manding about good educat n
than others. The challenge l
our youth, thrown down to th- i
elders at conference and con-
vention time and again th< -:
last two years, is to put Jew -'i
money where it can best pr -
dues Jews I.e., into Jewish i !
ucation. They speak With the
authority of experience for lh< y
represent a genera Ho:: >f J
ishly educated youth.
MATTER OF FACT
by JOSEPH ALSOP
CAMBRIDGE, M iss II is
wonderfully pleasant to tu*n
away from the ugly doings of
the resident storm troopes of
the New Left at Harvard and
MIT to talk with the hug" ma-
jority of sensible young pc >'.
:in these great universities, H it
when you do so. you have t i
a fact that will
j middling All i 11 tans.
The fact is thit it is now hi -h
time to begin to think about le-
galizing marijuana. Of this I
am now firmly convinced; and
since this is a report on this firm
conviction, an unaccustomed
personal note may pa
pard -
To begin with, in the
era a hen marijuana c:_ i it
wore still .ailed reefer- I
self smoked a few. Mo
."."> years ago, I sorrtetim-.'-
to Harlem with John I
the most generous-heart I
. hancing man I ha
kno i trade. Johr r ithei
c and tu- n i 1 m<
' > Bui what, re -s lid
i : m was zero-inirius
I ha f. "gen
.- v.;tb rcov until
.... ii :o ftJaen i K-gan
to hear ab mt them, und : theii
now name s a.hy man must,
5, v lio llaTP two
children, L'4 godohildri n, l"1
nil c >s and nephews by I
any more by adopti in So
I beg in to ok Into the i> -
and this le irch in recent months.
in disc ivei I that
the more thoughtful senior of-
ficials of the Health, Ed ication
and Welfare Department, who
had long been looking Into the
problem Intensively, were al-
n ady very op.-n-minded about
pot, And I further discovered
that precision measurements ol
pot's physiological effect-; were
in the process of being mule at
the National Institute of Mental
Health
These measurements have
been made possible by the isola-
tion of the active ingredient,
deltanine tetrahydrocann*binol.
According to the institute's di-
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Friday, December 5 ~- -.
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Plans for the gala Initial Gifts Dinner of the 1970 Combined
Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund campaign which
will take place Dec. 14 are being finalized by, from left,
Sidney Rudolph, Robert Krinzman, Daniel Neal Heller,
chairman, and Jack Popick, at a meeting of the Initial Gifts
planning committee.
Marcus New Head Of Youth Group
Rabbi Abraham Kori. regional wid<> leader of the organization.
rector >>( Morkos L'Inyonei Chi- has stressed that a crash program
uch in the Southeast, has an- on the dissemination of Judaism
ounced the appointment of Rabbi is especially vital in these time, to
Yitzchak Marcus as assistant di-
ctor The new ixist was made
- accessary by the rapid expansion
p rams and activities in the
Sreater Miami are,! during the
-i line years.
: Marcus will put spec! i!
sis on pi ograms I i acquaint
yo ih ith traditional, authen-
Thes i programs will
n the form of encounters a ith
iscussion forums and
.- : i their youth centers, ol-
. in i. mj les II w ill also
on th tefillin cam-
. \- hich have been m et ing
lerable success '
The Luiii\ itchei rebb;
Universe Discussion Set
The Spinoza Forum for Adult
ion, "ill consider "Are We
Alone In the Universe?" in its 10;
- Thursday, Dec. 11. lecture by
\ .. n >oilaon, chairman.
th( Washington Federal Audi-;
i Hum, 1234 Washington Ave. On
Dec. 18 Dr. Woifson will give a
rcturt in astronomy sum-
ng up | n vtous ] ctures
KARRI VITZCHAK MARCUS
and KARRI ABRAHAM KORF
to bring forth t!.' coming of the
"Moshiach."
A native Floridian. Rabbi Mar-
cus was in the first graduating
class of the Mesivta and spent five
years in the Lubavitch Rabbinical
College of New York, where in
addition to his regular studies, he
was al-so being trained for this
type of work.
Teach-In Protests
Soviet Jews* Plight
Tin- student bi di 8 of the He-
brew Academy oi Greater Miami.
the Mesivta High Sen ioI of Great-
, Miami and the Olga and Mar- .
. t Wcishaus Girls High School
wili. n\ark Human Rights Day.
Wednesday Dec. 10, with a joint
"Teach-In Protest" rally for So-
viet Jewry at 1 p.m. in the audi-
torium of the Hebrew Academy.
i Pine Tree Drive Miami
Beach, it was announced by Rabbi
Alexander S Gross, principal of
the Academy.
Rabbi Gross said thai thi rail}
will be an expression of solidarit>
and sympathy for th Is Jewish
families in Soviet G who
last month petition d the Hut
Rights Commission of the United
Nations asking for permission to
i migrate to Israel.
The ]>etition by the IS Soviel
Jewish families, which will be read
in its entirety at the rally, was,
unique in that it included specific
names anil addresses of the fami- |
lies. The document. Rabbi Gross
said, asked for permission to emi-
grate to slrael for religious rea-
sons.
Guest speaker at the Hebrew
Academy rally will l>c Joseph
Yanich, coordinator of the S
Florida Conference on S
Jewry, which is comprised <>i rep-
resentatives of all major Jewish
nizati s in this an a.
Also slated to Iress the
{fathering is Alfn d Uni n .
bn w student w ho is cl
thi Social Actions Commits
the lecal branch of the National
Conference of Synagogue Youth.
Films on Soviet anti-Semitism will
also be shown.
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Stanford Service Guest Speaker
Page 1-K
Dr. Henry King Stanford, presi-
dent of the University of Miami,
will be the guest speaker at Fri-
day night's service- in Temple Beth
Sholom. 4144 Chase Ave., Miami
Beach, as the synagogue continues
a series designed to honor the
causes to \Wfeh*Dr. Ix-nnxftrfWis'ti
has dedicated his life.
.Miami in l!S2 after five years as ----- "*"" *" c-i no n mi
\ prsido| of BuTning'hahi-Southt-i-n ?ipal *l*':,,:,'r will be f r -, \n
College, eai-ncd his xraduate de- -"** *Vrtr'*K' Hv 1
will also officiate at the 10:45 a.m., Peoria. 111., chairman of tv in-
service on Saturday. ternatfonal 1,. .-rl "f i
A graduate of Emory Universi-1 |h Hv'1,,ovv University of Jerusa-
ty, Dr Stanford, who assumed the! ? Wl" te,ce ,,:" '',
presidency of the n'Tjjyei^ity of ^"1(',.",, *"* *"' I I to
Miami in 1982 after five vears as R:">l)l Kro*W> '' wtTch tho rr-m-
Am\
I "i-ees and certificates from the Pretcmly sr.-vinp n th M"!.w
Dr. Stanford, who is chairman; University of Heidelberg, the Uni- K!,vs President A I !....... ial
of the Dade County Community j versity of Denver and New York cnalrmnn ''< "'" ,! > ish
Relations Board, will speak on the University. He had also served as APPa1' Mr- Rothhc s- as
area's progress in the fields of president of Georgia Southwestern I>r,'s'"'"' r Amerirv ids
human and community relations. | College and of Woman's College
Dr. Kronish, who will be honored I of Georgia.
at a dinner in the Plaza Hotel
Dr. Stanford was the recipient
of the Eleanor Roosevelt Israel
Humanitarian Award in 1965, at a
time when Rabbi Kronish was
chairman of the Greater Miami
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headed by Dr. Stanford.
Rabbi Kronish will officiate at
the 8:15 p.m. Friday service, as-
sisted by Raobi Jerrold Levy,
Cantor David Com iser and the
Titnple B<'th Sholom choir. He
of tiv Hebrew University c.-ital
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Corporation, and as national
chairman of the Israel Bonds
campaign.
James S. Knopke, past president
of the congregation's Brother-
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closely in the field of American-
Israeli cooperation in the field of
higher education.
Arthur Courshon and badore
Hecht, cochairmen of the 25th an-
niversary celebration, have an-
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man of the arrangements com-
mittee-, according to an announce-
ment by Jack M. Fink, president
of Temple Beth Sholom. Reserva-
tions for the dinner-dance are
available through the temple's
office.
Rnbbi and Mrs. Tibor H. Stern of Miami Beach's Jacob C.
Cohen Community Synaqogue, visit with Israel's President
Zalman Shazar, center. The President, who received them
in a private audience, recently celebrated his 80th birthday.
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
A Reply To Cohen's Comment
EDITOR. The Jewish Floridian:
To the spate of criticism of cd-
tion throughout the country in
colleges, high schools, elementary
lie schools, the Jewish Floridian
led last week a critique of Jew-
ish education and the Bureau of
Jewish Education, by one oi its
. i imnisl It is pertinent to note
thai a recent survey ol Jewish
education in Greater Miami pnb-
ii d by the Am* i lean Associa-
t :. for Jewish Education, has been
almost completely ignored for thn e
years. This survey was initiated by
the community, paid for by com-
munity funds, and employed the
. :< s of two outstanding Jew-
ish educators and authors. Dr.
Azriel Eisenberg, Director of the
World Union for Jewish Educa-
tion, and Dr. Samuel Dinsky. Di-
li ctor of Community Services of
the American Association for Jew-
ish Education. The survey, publish-
ed in 1967. points out the achieve-
ments of the Bureau as follows:
"The Bureau has established an
address for Jewish education in
Greater Miami, serving not only
the Jewish educational institutions,
but also the larger Jewish and
gt neral community.
"It has been a factor in the
growth of the Jewish school and
jts enrollment. Striking is the fact
that although in many communi-
ties enrollment has leveled off.
Miami continues to show an in-
crease. The surveyors are persuad-
ed this this growth is in some
i asure a result of the intensive
activity of the Bureau in the
schools, its help to the educational
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"The Bureau has brought about !
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' and has worked hard to try to ;
create an education-conscious cli-
mate in the community. Through '
Its continuing efforts to unify th<
professional groups, to seek rab-
binic and lay cooperation, and to
create bridges which would link
the diverse Institutions and Ideo-
logies in the community, it has
been a symbol <>f the oft-elusive
concept ol unity within diversity.
"It has played a vital role in the
raising of the standards of the
schools, especially through its cur-
ricular guidance, community test-
ing program, accreditation, Board
of License, etc.
"It has established and conduct-
u. the College of Jewish Studies
! Which has achieved a measure of
success in training and certificat-
ing teachers for the Jewish schools
' of Miami. In addition, it has been
j conducting periodic seminars for
in-service training and has carried
| on a program of Individualized
guidance of teachers.
"The Bureau has published a
variety of educational materials,
a few of them original and unique,
whose wide use has extended be-
yond the limits of Greater Miami.
"It has also publicized the
: achievements, needs and lacks in
i Jewish education in the com-
munity, thus helping to make the
I community more conscious of its
responsibility for the Jewish cd-
' -cation of the young. In this con-
nection, it has consistently brought
i the needs of Jewish education to
Federation and made requests for
Federation support and financing
of new ventures. By the same
token, :t has helped to interpret
thi rol< of Federation in Jewish
education and the values of
l". di ration lo the community.
Bun au has pionei n d
in thi us< i if ti le\ Ision to teach
: Ft has i luced and
I such adult i dueational
t '< w Ish Bi i ik Mi mth
and educational forums and has
c stablished and run a library of
Judaica, Hebraica and Yiddish ;
books for the community.
"Tiie Bureau also is responsible I
for the organization of a net ns-
ing program for teachers, promul-
gation of codes of practice in Jew-
,i teachi rs and duea-
tional directors, and establisl
: a Board ol Fti vi< w foi the a l-
judication of differences between
schools and i ersonni I. Further-
more, it has set up t< achi rs' re-
gistry for bringing educational
personnel to Miami and for re-
gulating teacher mability in the
ana.
"It has arranged lor and eon-
ducted such community wide
events as Arts Festivals. Spelling
Bees and Bible Contests, thereby
enriching school activity.
"The Bureau also has nurtured
and conducted a e. ntral Hebrew
| High School which is a growing
! institution and stresses the ideal
I ot continuity in Jewish schooling.
; Simultaneously, it has helped es-
! tublish the study of Hebrew in the
public high school of Miami Beach
i and in the University of Miami.
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"It has also assisted in the ,
organization and guidance of PTAs |
and Early Childhood Education j
classes.
Nor has the agency confined
its influence to Miami. Its services j
have been extended to other c >m-!
munities near Miami, which, as a J
result, are responding in great' r
degree to their responsibilities for
Jewish education.
"Naturally, not all of the abovi
accomplishments have taken root
to the same extent. Indeed, tin
surveyors found that the Bureau
i. K,i,i and professional personnel
a wholesome and realistic
\. v. of the Bun au's achii v< mi nts
over the yi ai s.
"The Bureau has had to C Hit* nd
with the deft cts, as well as th<
advantages, of the democratic and
vi luntaristic pattern in which it is
expected to operate. Cooperation
has not always been forthcoming
fiom its affiliated institutions and
groups. Nor has it had the full
measure of financial underpinning
needed to achieve its objectives.
Nevertheless, it is a fair samma-
, tion of the Bureau's 25 years of
service to state that, these limi-
tations notwithstanding, it has
ben steadfast and effective in
rendering educational leadership
to the community."
In 1967, the Bureau published a
five-year program for the College
Friday, December S, 1969
of Jewish Studies, two years befor*
the formation of the Federation'j
Commission on Jewish Education.
The loaders of the Bureau of Jew-
ish Education recognized that very
substantial funds would t>e need" )
to istab'ish an accredited Cpllegi
ot Jewish Studies and have cau-
tioned a gradual approach to its
achitvcmt.nl. The Bureau has also
stressed the fact that a national
demand has now been xpressed,
time and time again, for greai
., | hi ,i wish edui ation |
the curtailnn nt ol actl
Bun au In order to init a
l. ge "' J' wish Studies, bat to i
;., ... n, c ssary funds to see 1
both th Bun au and th I loll
contribute to si mificant advai
rrcnt "i Jewish education In
community. It should not bi
sary to point out that a Colli -
ol Jewish Studies cannot poss
i !, i take the many activitit -
necessary In '.he community, -
recommended above by the educa-
, tional experts in the recent SUrvi
it the college is to rapidly dev<
collegiate standards.
It may be proper, in serious di -
i cussion of education in our coni-
' munity. to ask for credentials ci
the critics who address themselvi 9
I to the subject.
DR. LOUIS SCHWARTZMAN
Executive Director,
Bureau of Jewish Education
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'Je*ist> ffBrfdtom
Page 9-A
Israelis See U.S. As
Unwilling Partner
(Continued from Page 1-A)
:i t > the United Nations last
. Israel, which is opposed
: ncipte to Big Power inter-
in in the Mideast conflict,
' 'I' il events of the 10
' ce they began have
.' than justified her stand.
F Israel's point of view,
tail's are being resumed a1
most inauspicious time, fol-
;..- tin y do th !> -llic
eh made by President Nasser
the National Assembly and
ning on the eve of the Arab
- nmit conference in Rabat,
>. where the Aral) states
almost certain to map new
r plans against Israel.
But their most serious con-
-n is that the renewed Bis
iwer talks will be weighted
ivily against Israel's Interests
d could result in the United
States b"ing pressured into
iking concessions detrimental
Israel's security. The talks
>re KCeSMd last July in order
:;vn the United States and
the Soviet Union an opportunity
.each an agreement in prin-
ple on the nature of a Mideast
ettlement. Bilateral talks be-
a< i'n the American Assistant
- 'cretapy of States for near
ti rn Affairs, Joseph J. Sisco,
id the Soviet Ambassador to
Washington, Anatoly F. Dobry-
n, had been going on for some
ne, pnral'elinE the discussions
. the I'.N. ambassadors of the
ur bin powers. They continued
: the soring and resumed
' r this fi II, but at last re-
.is were hopelessly d" I-
:i I'ievos -'i i :>" failing
- ... i he '- Am 'ri-
i id -d
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s a : on, h h ch
nked to C
. s.
rlv ui s v' :s the
bility that th B it sh may
.:. I ice issui s b -twe 'n
, rd n and Israel into the d--
So far, the Four P w -
- talks have concentrated on
- ttlement between Israel and
igypt, which is regarded by the
;- aelis as the k > to any Arab
ement. They are convinced
that neither Jordan nor any-
other Arab country would agree
o terms without Cairo's prior
: '\al.
The British are also expected
nl <' the Arab re
.- a- Lord Caradon, the British
U.N. Ambasador who represents
luntry in the Four Power
5, said ai the U.N. last week
thai the refugees are "victims
ol an Intolerable justice" and
that their problems cannot wait.
In addition to Lord Caradon. the
Voters Inc. Schedules
Public Meeting Dec. 9.
The1 8:15 p.m. Tuesday meeting
o V >ters Incorporated in the Au-
ditorium of the Washington Fed-
' Hank at 1234 Washington
Ave., will be open to the public, it
has been announced.
i *
Moderator will be Harry Levy,
! the organization's president; guests
j will Include Miami Beach's Mayor j
j Jay Dermer. and three newly |
j elected City Oouncilmen Herb
, Magr.es, Bob Goodman and Jerry
; Grc ere.
participants in the talks include
U.S. Ambasaoor to the United
Nations Charles VV. Yost, Yaacov
A. Malik of the Soviet Union
and Armand Berard of France.
Irrael has maintained all along
that the Arabs will never agree
to negotiations with Israel so
long as they believe that outside
DOwe s will solve Mideast prob-
lems for them on terms. Israel
insists that the only chance for a
Mideast settlement lies in di-
rect talks between the Arab
states and itself, and be!
that without Big Power int
vention, the Ar ids v o ild
forced to negotiate or face an
indefinite c tntinuati in >: the
I r, sent situ ition with Israel oc-
i pying lai is ol Arab ter-
ritory.
Sea Gull Hotel Reopens
The Sea Gull Hotel, iocated!
within walking distance of the
Lincoln Road Mall at 21st Street
and the Ocean, has been reopened
by its now owners as a Koshe.
hotel, with a mashgiach in con-
stant attendance to supervise the
preparation of all meals. The 150-
room luxury hotel was purchased
by the Berkowitz Hotel group, of
which Murray Berkowitz is presi-
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*Jewishfhrktian
Friday. December 5. 1969
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
Chanukah
MIAMI
MFNOBAH (TEMPLE). 620 78th 8t.
ConMfSiillv.. Rabbi Mar* Abr.m-
Bv I:\B1H SOLOMON SC'HIFF. them that they succeeded in van- S.HAVAT H a L O M CONOREOA- owitI Cantor Nlco Faldman.
___ ..... tioisi <15 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox. i..,.;,i.,, a.IK ,, m Sermon: Miracle "i
Director or > qutshing their enemy, cloAnsing JJJ* 9M5or^ Bftlrr. \ \gy.rJSuJS 9 a-m. Bar Mlu-
( omnajnltv Chaplaincy Service the Temple, and fulfilling their -- ,.,),: Jeffrey. son "f Mr. and Mrs
Question
Box
dreams.
AMSHE EMES 2533 W*| Albert Skoliiirk.
Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakowitx. Z
The story of Chanukah is the
story of a dream fulfilled. The i It is throuirh this that the mi,- beth am (temple), 5950 H. Kan,
dream of religious freedom, na-| acle of the "few" conquering the. uSitSSi'Bmaar4. Canter MleMal
tional integrity.I "many"' the "weak" conquering
and spiritual in-1 the "strong," was fulfilled. The
dependence.
Kyrr.
3
ed with a con-
trast between a
Rahbi Sehlff dream that is
realized and a dream that is un-
fulfilled.
BETH DAVID. 2626 SW 3rd Ave.
few-and-weak had to stand up, at conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau.
The subject of! least, before G-d would work in L^^"' d Tp .mP&> Sab?
dream* is an tm- His wondroas way to bring them bath, Conaecratlon <-f Religious Bchool
Student* Sermon: "Simon the Great
success. A yhanukai, story Sermon." Batur-
-day 8 a ni The Torah banon. Bar
This joint venture of G-d and Ijiltivah: Herbert, aon "f Mrs. Blleen
the Jew, working together for the I QoldHteln
realization of a dream, has stis- BETH el. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
tained us all in all generations dox. Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
j it. .innn Friday 6 p-m. Saturday 9 a.m, Mlncha
even to our own day. ror 2.000 .... J '
and are provid- ^ dreamed of a Jew- -------
... iir i i, ,.i f..- BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
ish homeland. We have hoped foi ; ^,oaer Traditional. Rabbi
it and prayed for it. but hardly Shapiro. Cantor Ben Diekson.
NtR TAMID (TEMPLE). 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Conservative.
Rsbbi Euoene Labovitx. Cantor Ed-
ward Klein.
Friday 8:15 p.m. termon: OianuRan
[),. Svml.ol "f 1-lBht I" ii World
if Darkness."
OHEV SHALOM. 7055 Bonita Or
Orthodox. Rabbi Phmeaa W
man.
sc
portant theme
in the book of
Genesis. This
week we read of
another example
of this subject
ever went" beyond dreaming. In .Ss* TeniX llX^Kr~
more recent times, however, this | atoms." irollowed by Ones Shabbat
The
Cuesi Speaker: -Mr.
Subject: "Com
by Ones "ha
Mmyoiiairen. S;itur- i
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 4
Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmiaa. 81
CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1542-
44 Washington Ave. Rabbi A. Ben-
HUM.
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
ADATH YESHURUN (TEMPLE). 10
N.E. Miami Gardens Drive. Con.
Max servative Rabbi Milton Schlinsky
6 Cantor Tibor Moies. 83
Joseph, a prisoner in an Egyp-
tian prison, is approached by two
of Pharaoh's servants, who have
also been imprisoned. Each has had
a mysterious dream. In the wine
master's dream, he was standing
In a vineyard with branches of un-
ripe grapes. He stands by them
until they ripen, then picks tl
and squeezes thi m into a
which he then offers to Pharaoh
The baker's dream was that he
w as st indin i h with
fresh buns, which hi
1 'h 11 .mil

me in that
be res! I I i ;
the ; iul I be hi
indi i
-
tween the two
h ;
the other i n Is in trage l\ ?
' !C is til 11 while th
winemastev works at the fulfill-
ment of his dream, the baker does
not. The wine mast.1:' visualizes a
vineyard, which he nourishes,
prunes and waters until the fruit
is ripe. He then squeezes their
juice Into Pharaoh's cup. The
baker dreams that suddenly c ikes
of bread appear. He dreams of the B(,.u.n f,. hjnche
ISRAEL (TEMPLfc) Of- GREATER
MIAMI. 137 NE 19th St. Reform.
Rabhi Joseph R. Narot. 10
Frldaj I." l in Sermon The Cool
Count*'' of Plain Peopli
dream took on a new accent -the J^^Xm. tWniwn: 'Judah. Th.-
aceent was on action, assisting Man of Valor." Saturday 4:80 p.m.
G-d actively in the task of bring- PJ.r.lon^f Kaw. sa.unh.y^. p m Ser-
ins that dream to Iruition. Those j --------#-------
who nioneered the land, those who beth tov itemplei. 4Mi sw
wno p'.oim un u '" 8tn s, conservative. Rabbi Simon
tilled and reclaimed the sou. tnOSO April. Cantor Seymour Hinkes 8
who knocked on the doors of na- PrUJay -J^i"^,,"^;-y'f;,";,-;-
liens, those Who rough) on tl < -iu.nuk.0i |>Inj by Hebrew und Sun-
battlefield, those who have (riven day School Children,
material substance to sustain Is-
ln her trials, have been pal t-
nera with ity.
I n ikn i '' i :hes us th it
v the e:
Mtccabee and
.in- ong >ii
. to l
"
e full I th
-

Ily and n
t An '
nunitj
p ,t, md ted to an i
more fruitful future.
Peshkin Chapter Luncheon
Peshkin Chapter of Children's
\sthma Research Institute and
Hospital will meet at the Arlen
House, 303 Bay View Dr., Miami
BETH TORAH. NE 164tn St. at 11th I
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz. Cantor Jacob Renzer. 84
J-NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St
Conservative. Rabbi Charles Rubel
Cantor Jack Lerner. 8*
SINAI (TEMPLE) Of NORTH DADE
18801 N.E. 22nd Avenue. Reform
Rabbi Ralph P. Kingsley. 37
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
Ih there any relationship be.
tween the festival of ("ha.nuk.ih
and the festival of Suerot, which
precedes it?
In the famous dispute between
the schools of Shammai and HtUel,
the reason for Beth Shammai'a in-
sistence upon decreasing th.' num-
ber of candles being ..t da. > -
given as the desirability of estab-
lishing a parallel between the pro-
cedure of lighting the Chanukah
candles and the procedure ;' the
sacrificial offerings during the
SuCCOt festival week.
Beth Shammai claims that hist
as the festival offerings for the
eight days of the Succol festival
decrease in number daily 8' the
week progresses, so should the
Chanukah candles decrease in
number as the week go< s
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L.
Drazin. Cantor Nath.in Parnass. 11
Krkli i m and H i m lui v I
Spi Sei .i tor Robei i She\ In Sub-
i renmenl SHturdaj
Si rinnii: nih Ci turi Tii ah
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 18151 NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah E
Caplan. 88
Friday 5 p m Saturday 8 :i m Ser-
mon: "The Orthodox Jewish Home
InsulateH Affalnst Crime and Druaa."
Mlncha .". i> in
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER
MIAMI. 990 NE 171st St. Orthodox
Rabbi Naftali Morush
Prldaj IS i' in Saturday
mon: Vou I'a.ri Keep A (1 Down
CORAL GABIES
MINY0NAIPE5 SVNACOGUE.
B.rd Rd. Moier-i Traditional
3737
12
OR OLOM (TEMPLE). 8755 SW 16th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph Glix.
man. Cantor dcniair in Ben Ari 13
Prldny :" |i in and R p m Sainr-
i .(.in Urn Mltzv.ih: llohert,
Mr .iini Mi- Italph Misl
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph
Carmi. 14
JUDEA (TEMPLE). 5500 Granads
Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Morris Kip-
per. 4C
I'Yi-l ,\ p in Snlunlaj liar
.M Izvah; Vmlrew I
The Book of Maccabees eon'
several references which rein' the
two holidays In one p'ae- HI
Maccabees 10:6-81 it is 01
thiit the Chanukah festival 1
ebrated with joy "like the feal
,,' s 11 l ven tn the exti 1
using the species
ft on the Succol holiday, In at 1
,tl ,. in the same work, the
.. |>., ,- 11 lered to 0
,, ( 1 1 1". stlval 1
n -:f the
Succot.
TIFERETH JACOb (TEMPLE). 951
E. 4th Ave., Hialeah. Conservative.
Rabbi Maurice Klein. 15
l-'ii.l.ii l." p.m Chanuknh Sons Peal
ii> Itellslous School StudentM Satur-
day i'i n in
ZAMORA (TEMPLE) 44 Zamora Ave
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell Berger
Cantor Richnrd Browiv 41
I i il ,> h ; |i in Mi n I 'lub Sabh
Sermon: "Who i'.h-. '" Saturday
i m Sermon "Mi 'I"
Torah Junior CoiiKreBatlon Sei him. that the first Chai -
., f. stival enactt d by the
Mace ibe in place of th
(lei and ( nl
there was '
he en' Bo >k of M i
and a ri I 11 1
was not i illy Intendi .
d!sagi \^;;'' thi m
'-
\ Ice 9:3n :i in.
FT. LAUDERDAIE
end product without working for
it He sits hack hoping and wish-
ing for the cakes to appear, but
shows no concern for the prepara-
tions thai go Into making the
bread. Such a dream cannot find
fulfillment.
The Si n'v ol Chanukah is th
story "f a dream which the Jews
worked to fulfill, it took little
courage to dream that the Assyr-
ians would be defeated and the
Temple restored. It was only
through their active commitment
to stand up for their lights, to
fight, and if need be to die, for
Dec. 11, at 11:30 a.m. A review of
Herbert Tan's latest hook, "Heav-
en Help Us," will be given by Mrs.
Sophie Piimak.
ZION (TEMPLE). 8000 Miller Rd.
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man. 16
Friday 7:30 p.m, ConKerratlon *>f llf-
Thursdav brew StudentM, Dueid Speakei Dr
Louis Sehwartamaji, Bureau of Jew-
lnh Education,
BETH ISRAEL 'TEMPLE). 547 E
Oakland Park Blvd. Rabbi Sheldor
Edwards. Cantor Maurice Neu.

Prlday 8 i". p m Sermon: "fir
lyOlam." Followed bj Ones Shabbat to flee to take refuge in the hills.
Saturda} am Sermon: Thre.- -,.., contention is not bon 0 I
f S ic "t which the\ had
able i i obsi rve that '
of the desecration <>f thi .
and because they had .
I.itshis Followed by ;i Ki.lilu-.li

This pagt i* prepared in coopfration u'ith tlie Greater Miami Rabbinical Association.
CouTiiinaror of th fcaturei
appearing here i DR. MAX L1PSCHITZ
Spiritual Leader of
Bfth Torah CONGRBOATIOM
or North Miami Beach
NORTH MIAMI
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION, C
13600 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative.
Rabbi Joseph A. Gorfinkel. Cantor f
Ben Zion Kirschenbaum.
------------
MIAMI BEACH
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Ave. ,
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
CANDLEUGHTING TIME
25 KISLEV 5:10
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Berel Wein. 18
EMANU-EL. 1801 S. Andrews Ave
Reform. Rabbi Richard M. Leviton
BETH JACOB. 30* Washington Ave. Cantor Jerome Klement. 41
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swir-
ky. Cantor Maurice Mamches. 19
HAtlANDAlE
BETH RAPHAEL (TEMPLE). 1545 HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER
Jefferson Ave. Conservative. Rabbi 126 N.E. First *"* 4*
HI I'M I IH1 I.,:\l> II :.
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SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Vayeshev

'!'
if brothers strip Joseph and throw him into the pit.
.un
ol" Ishm .elites i.s seen in the background.
"Arid it came to pass, when Joseph was come unto his
luejpjs&n. that thev stripped Joseph of his coat" (Gen. .'I7:23i
VAYKSHI A' Jacob and his sons dwelt in the land of (";.n.i.in
as -hepktrds.
Of all his sons, Jacob loved Joseph l>est. His obvious fa-
voritism, and Joseph's account of his grandiosi dreams, produced
hatred and jealousj among the brothers, Joseph's brothers sold
the hated favorite 1 i some Ishmaelite merchants, who took
Joseph to E!gypl with them. There Potlphar, an officer of the
Pharaoh and captain of his guard, bought J" i slave.
The Hebrew lad quickly rose to a position of responsibility
in his master's housi hold. However, Joseph reject "l the advances
o f Potiphar's wife: she slandered him and he was imprisoned.
But in prison, loo, (lid was with Joseph, and he won the con-
fidence of the .jailers. He became known as an interpreter of
dreamt by correctly reading the significance of the dreams of
the Pharaoh's butler and baker when they were his prison-mat is,
This recounting of the Weekly Portion of the Law Is extracted
and based upon "The Graphic. History Of the Jewish Heritage,"
edited by P. Wollmaii-Tsamir, SI5. Publisher Ls Shengold, .mil the
volume is available ut 75 Maiden Lane, New York, N.Y. HiiKiH.
Joseph Schlang Is president of the society distributing the volume.
fci| ..!;. ,'' HI .KIISI
David Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh. 20
BETH SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 4144
Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kronish, Assistant Rabbi Jerrold
Levy. Cantor David Conviser. 21
BETH TFILAH 938 Euclid Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. 22
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1242 Washington Ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Dow Rosencwaig. 23
EMANU-EL (TEMPLE). 1701 Wash-
ington Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
Irving Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler.
Friday .". i. m and > 30 p m Si moi
"Lhunukah and the Modern Seem
Saturday n a m v 1 p Sabbath Dr
s"i Llpsln American Cnl|es;e ..(
.ii-ni-.'ili in. iii extend KreetinK* Hal
Mltzvnh: Jamen, won of Mr i,.i Mm
H) man Ma* r.
HOLLYWOOD
BETH EL (TEMPLE). S. 14th Ave.
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffa. 4t
by the sources In Rabbin ti
tore, although there an m par-
allels in the obsen-ance of the
two festivals, as for exampl< that
both are ol eight days lu tlon,
with the last day considi n to be
;i special one (Shemini Atzereth
and 7.oth. Chanukah) the
entire Htillel is recited on
days of both festivals.
Win does Jewish custom in-
sist mi lighting the candles In a
Meiiorah?
B isically, one really do- not
need to use a Menoiah to fulfill
the religious commandm I of
lighting the Chanukah The
: Talmud in many places -| k< ol
the "Chanukah candle. the
singular.
BETH SHALOM (TEMPLE). 172*
Monroe St. Conservative. Rabbi
Morton Malavsky. Cantor Irving
Gold. si
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree c
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S. SHOLOM (TEM PLE). 13? SE 11th Avs
The basic requirement :
one candle each night ol tl festi-
val. In the observance ol CI ikah
the dimension of Hid I i M '/v,h
iS involved lie., thi ,1""
of the religious cop-
One i- allowed and ei c in ''' 1''
.srael ,tEm"pIe7~W2o s w. ssth beautify the tradition
St Conservative. Rabbi Elliot J progressive Mimb.'l
Wmograd, Cantor Abraham Koster '["h s -t'll does not insist "' '
____# candelabrum Menorah sucl s we
P0MPAN0 BEACH use. It seems that the '' u"%
candelabrum earn.- t
SINAI (TEMPLE). 1201 Johnson St
Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro
Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun. 41
MIRAMAR
Gross.
JACOB C COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern.
Cantor Meyer Engel. 26
KIXE.SETH ISRAEl7i415 Euclid Ave.
?V,n ,1. Rubbi -David Lehrfield
Cantor Abraham Seif. 27
Conservative. Rabbi Morns A. Skop
Cantor Michael Frederick 4
SURFSIDI
MS,nA'L DAV,D 'CONGREGATION
u ?i ^".^T0 Ave" Surfs,de. Towr
Hall Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac D. Vina
.______ 5f
rCabbinicctl Jelevision ^
i
to arants
>s
cardinal Jewish symbol
use of tl" '
nt Temple. It m
illy become so I
seven-branched cai
the famous arch of Titu hj **"
the Romans mark d l
ovei Judah.
In order to show th "
f Judaism has be
spint
Dee. 7Ch. 10, 9 a
Dee.
m The Jewish Worship Hour
Host: Ral in Morton Malavsky
Temple Beth Sholom, Ho'llyw ,,;
ICh. ., 10 a.m. Th,. still Small Voice
Host: Rabbi Jonah k. Caplan,
;'^:; Synagogue, North Miami Beach
( HANNEL 2 NO PROGRAM
over many tyrants J^
and. indeed, had turned th
victor.v into defeat we
the
candelabrum on Ch nukah.
Our perslstenoe In our fail '
culture surely Indicates to what
extent the "weak" and "few"'
victorious over the "mat
the "strong."
11 I


toy, December 5, 19B9
* fen Isti IfhiradliicJiin
Large Party Raids
Israel's Positions
(( ontiiiued from 1'age 1-A)
\ aimod at forcstallinR at-
npts by that country to mo-
ize fur all-out war. They als.
\i to remind ("aim that I--
r.il retains superiority in the
and that a confrontation with
|: leli forces under the circum-
ics would b disastrous tor
I !..>.
i iryptiiui counter air raids on
Sinai were dismissed as of
ineligible military Value. Tli \\
said ti> Im on a small scale,
Involving few aircraft and are
|l 'i ndV:l mainly to boost morale
n th* homo front. Egyptian
Iroups hit by Israeli air raids.
iin-v said. i"uin to wonder where
Kgyptfl air (OHM is, so Kirv|>t is .
forced to mount token attacks
mi Israeli positions.
Russian-made MIG-23s arc
g flown liy Egyptians thus
it was indicated. And while
the Soviet T- 2 tanks have not j
bren delivered yet, Cairo is due
> vceivc a Russian-made mis- |
that would have l>oen dan- '
US had Egypt had them set
, the Gaza -Strip in 1967, the
s said. A ground-to-ground
U. of Tennessee President
Is Alumni Chapter Guest
\ D. Holt, president of the
I *ity of Tonn 'ssee, w ill be
incipal speaker at the 8p.m
ly umter meeting of the
S i Florida Chapter University
. nessee Alumni Associ ition
Airport Holidaj Inn.
A 7 p.m. social hour will pro-.
.' 8 p.m. dinner, which is
imemoration of the univ t-
i7.ith anniversary. A special
e of the evening will the
nition given several mem-
the Miami 1) llphins te im,
. former I'-T footbnllers.
Iphins guests will be Frank
nuel, Bob Petrella, Stan
II, K irl Kremser and John
n, The new executive of Alumni Affairs, Stan
lly, s\ i 11 be introduced to
rroup. Mrs. Mary Turner New-
in charge o( reservations.
hanukah To Be Discussed
"hi Meaning of ('hanukah tOi
vneration," will be the topic
d bj Martin I. Taub at the I
Wednesday meeting ol the
li'.. Ivrl Hebrew speaking group
Blue Room of Temple Mi>-
- R20 75th St., Miami Beach.
missile with a 52-mile range, it
would then have posed a threat
to Tel Aviv, but under the pies-
circumstances, populated areas
are out of its range.
A Time maguzina report that
Israel U in possession of a Soviet
Sukhov-7 bomber in operating
condition have been denied by
annj spokesmen. They said no
Sukhov aircraft in nytng condi-
tion are in Israe1! hands and re-
ports to tii it effect "are com-
pletely false."
Two more Israeli Arabs have
;> i"i at i ested in a round up of
saboteurs. Among other things,
they were accused of an attempt
to assassinate Deputy Premier
Yigal Allon by placing explo-
sives near the rostrum where he
was scheduled to speak during
the election campaign in Raa-
nanan. The growing number of
Israeli Arabs involved in sabo-
tage and terrorist activities is
a source of mounting concern,
and the Attorney General is con-
sidering a change of policy that
would make those accused of
sabotage liable to trial by mili-
tary rather than civilian courts.
RZA Chanukah Celebration
Chanukah cell bration will b
held by the Gri ater Miami Chap-
ter. Mizrnchi-Hapoel Hamizrachi,
Religious Zionists of America, at
v Bin, Saturday in Kneseth Israel
Social Hall.
Tlie'iui. of,, the evening ."ilJ.J^v.
the relationship between Israel's
current position and the position
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and a musical program <>r Chanu-
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*Jf i* ifi ffaridfiam
Friday, December 5, 1969
M.P. Is Speaker At Dec 28 Banquet
Miami Beach Mayor Jay Dormer
pr Btdent of tho Jewish National
Fund of Greater Miami, has an-
nounced that Sir Bamett Janner.
s.nior member of th." British Par-
liament, will be the guest speaker
at the Jewish National Fund's an-
nual banquet, which will lx? held
41sop
Continued from Pago 4-A
rector. Dr. Stanley Yolle. they
should be complete in about a
year. It seems likely that these
measurements will finally show-
that on balance pot is rather
less harmful than alcohol. If and
when such a conclusion is ar-
rived at. I believe that legaliza-
tion ought to be considered im-
me liately.
The point is that we are reach-
ing a stage that is unhappily
reminiscent of the last years of
Prohibition when I was an un-
dergraduate at Harvard. At that
time, alcohol's illegality made it
immensely and most harmfully
fashionable among the young.
In the same fashion, Illegality
has now made \k>\ immensely
fashionablealthough the fash-
ion has yet to reach its predict-
able peak.
Among my contemporaries who
finally became alcoholics, my
gu< ss would be that two out of
every three who suffered this
ic fate did so because get-
- : falling-down drunk was the
mable thing to do when
they were young and foolish.
Fortunately, however, the per-
centage of real pot-heads among
fairly regular i>ot smokers ap-
pears to be substantially lower
than the percentage of real al-
coholics among social drinkers.
Meanwhile, pot's present ille-
gality is also doubly dangerous
in much more profound ways.
To begin with, there is the
Startling fact told to me by one
of my nephews of high school
age: "It's a lot easier for my
friends to get pot than to buy a
bottle of beer." The extreme
ease of access to the very young,
as compared with alcohol, is
confirmed by the evidence gath-
ered by HEW.
Boys and girls under 18 clear-
ly ought not to be smoking pot.
just as though ought not to en-
joy free access to alcohol. Legal-
ization, even with proper safe-
guards, cannot, of course, be
expected to put an absolute end
to teen-age pot smoking. But the
laws about sale of alcohol to
minors have at least greatly re-
duced teen-age drinking, and it
should be possible to do much
the same thing with pot, after
legalization.
Yet the second danger referred
to above seems to me even
worse than the spread of pot
smoking among the very young.
Ir. brief, anyone who smokes pot
must necessarily, at least in
some measure, be forced to make
contact with a kind of under-
world. TM* is solely because of
pot's illegality.
Thus Harry Anslinger. former
chief of the Narcotics Bureau,
was talking medical nonsense
when he warned that pot use
led to heroin use; yet he was
also recording a social reality.
For in this underworld, which
those in search of pot must
enter, heroin and all sorts of
other very noxious substances
are also freely available. And
this easy availability makes the
most damaging experiments
alarmingly tempting to the
young and foolish of the new
generation.
Take pot out of that under-
world and you break the con-
nection. Legalize pot and you
avoid the kind of monstrosities
Prohibition ended by producing.
For my own part, I wish pot
had never been heard of, but
wishfulness, alas, is always the
mother of the worst national
follies. It seems to me it is
wishful not to face the facts
about pot and refuse to deal
with these facts in a hard,
practical manner by legaliza-
er sensible safeguards.
: in th-> Fontainebleau Hotel Sunday
i \ ening, Dec. 28.
Sir Bamett, who was knighted
in 1961, has been interested in
Zionist affairs since 1920. He has
i been outspoken on the policies o'
the British government in the
' Middle Fast, and being a member
of Parliament did not make him
less so.
Sir Bamett. who was born and
educated in South Wales, will air
his views on the latest maneuvers
of the Four Power Conferences a'
the United Nations during his
speech at the JNF's dinner.
Massachusetts Club To
Install Officers, Dec. 11
The new officer of th" Massa-
chusetts Club of Greater M'm'
will be irsta''ei at the ""!i"
nwthlv meeting in the Bel Air
Hotel at 8-30 p.m. Thnrsdny TVr
11, by retiring pres:dent Harry
Bove-.
Officer* for the com ins year in-
clude Whill'am A Chiten. oresi-
i""'t: George Gineburg, John Ja-
: cobs and Arthur Ris-\ vice presi-
dents; Bathe* Gir-b-irg. recordin"
' secretatry: Ethel Rose, corrrsoond-
1 ing secretary. ,->nd- Flo-a Green
treasurer. Installed on the board
of directors will be Selma Chiten
, Louis Freedman, Samuel Gold-
stein. Dr. William Green. CeP
Jacobson. Ann Kolodny. Charles
Slone and Bnrnet Se'bv. Fo: m
I residents of Massachusetts are
invited to join the qro'U).
Blumenthal Named BBYO
North Florida Supervisor
Ronald S. Blumenthal has joined
the staff of the Florida Region of
the B'nai B'rith Youth Organiza-
tion as superviser of North Flor-
ida Council. Girt Bossak. BBYO
Florida Region's executive direc-
tor has announced. A part-time |
director, Mr. Blumenthal is pres-
ently serving as a psychiatric so-1
cial worker in the U.S. Army's j
Specialized Treatment Center at j
Ft. Gordon. Ga.
A natnv of St. Louis, Mo.. Mr. !
Blumenthal has had considerable
exp rienee in the B'nal B'rith nro-
uram. He will serve the BBYO in
Jacksonville, Gainesville. Tampa
St. Petersburg. Orbnd), Daytona
Berch and West Pa'm Beach,
working closely with BBYO mem-
bers and advisors and c>0"ri;nat-
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on the Roof" will be h?M 6:^
om. Saturday in T<>mnle T-if--,th
Jacob, rHaleah, under the spon-
sorshin of the Temple Board, con-
((resatior nrcsid*"^ r*r. 0"ic <*>'
hanik. Sisterhood, its president.
Mrs. Ida Eisenman; Mrs. Lillian
Newman, president of the Auxil-
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Gelvan. The traditional refrerV,j
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hM

Chanukah Festivai
At Ohclei Torah
H dr< d i : mi n, women and
1 dn n are i v eti d to pa 1
m a sjx 'ial pi ogi at-
1 : the I-. stiva! of Lights i > ;i m.
Sunday, at th< Beth [srai i Syna-
1 (70 Cliase Avi.. M.B,
T e Ohdlei Torah children' in
:tion with its Women's
rroup are sponsoring thi i v; nl as
.' continuation of the thousand
'car old tradition of boys and
-'' '' ri |ol< ing in the Chanukah
spirit.
All grades in the school will
mak< pn si ntations i i i ntertain
parents and guests with the nigh-
ts of the afternoon, including
lays by the children and :t musical
program by the childrens choir.
The title of the plavs arc 'The
Miracle of Lights." "liana's Seven-
'h Son" and "A Modern Chanukah
Story."
A "Latke" luncheon prepared
by tV Women's Group of Oholci
Torah will be served.
Tt promises to be a most memor-
able and enjoyable event.
Arrangements Committee in-
clude: Mrs. Pearl Kolko. Mrs. Fao
Uirsch. Mrs. Sonia Orimland. Mrs.
Evelyn Genet. Mrs. Rivka Korf.
Mis. Chani Lipskar, Mrs. Ita Mar-
cus, Mrs. Shapiro; Hebrew Teach-
ers preparing the plays include:
Rabbi J. Sukenik. Mrs. Rivka Korf,
Israeli violinist Miriam Fried, was awarded first prize in the Mrs. Chani Lipskar, Rabbi Abra-
wiU be the featured artist at the, Paganini International Competi-1 ham Blcsofsky. Rabbi David Sha-
iccond concert of the Miami Beach rion.
Symphony*! 1969-70 winter series i
In the Miami Beach Auditorium'
Sunday, Dec. 14. The 8 p.m. con-
ceit will be under the baton of
ii luctor Barnett Breeskin.
i -,j
Dr. Stanley Frehling, right, who served six years as presi-
cf the medical staff of Mount Sinai Hospital, receives a
plaque of appreciation from his successor, Dr. Miltcn E.
Lesser. Presentation was made at the medical staff's dinner-
dance in the Fontainebleau Hotel Thanksgiving Eve.
Israeli Violinist Soloist
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Friday, December 5, 1969
Cohen Men's Club Breakfast Speaker
Mr. Lewis H. Cohen, vice presi-
dent and trust officer of the Holly-
wood Bank and Trust Company,
will be the featured speaker at the
breakfast meeting of th? Men's
Club of the Hallandale Jewish
Ontor Sunday. K> presentation!
will explain the necessity of hav-
ing a Florl la will, and answer the
question. "Can yon- Really Avoid
Probate"" Mr. Cohen was an es-
tate and gift tax attorney with the
Internal Revenue Service before
joining the bank's staff three years
ago.
Breakfast will be served it 9:30
a.m. following the regular morn-
ing services at Si.lO. In celebration
of the Chanukah holiday, the pro-
gram will include a presentation
of Chanukah songs featuring Ben
Dickman. violinist, accompanied
by accordion, mandolin and guitar.
Hallandale City Commissioner
Edgar "Buddy" Gavin is serving
as chairman of the program, held
in thi Hallandale Jewish Center.
126 NE 1st Ave. (off Hallandale
Beach Blvd.*
Concert To Benefit Scholarship Fund
The second annual concert for
the benefit of the Society for
Young Performers' Scholars
Fund, which will w hell in the
Eden Ro Jan. 5, will h
i Greek l-and-v
i xandria nd All \ in
i
couple, who will be
by Esther B
has I in Carn< as
n II is on rv i. in opera
T"' Include an
ap ; bj th Shehari Family
P Ju the Miami Junior ;
B An ; HoHberg \iolinist.
and 10-year-old song stylist Louis
Mayor Jay Dermer will
. irships 1 i 'i.illet
. QoWv r 11. in
. 89th
[ay; I M ;. Fo T 17,
... |

the Socii I '. and thi
ily, which aril] i ceivi \ I mo in
iry of tl i i' ck in
addition t i th -ii third scho! n ship.
A Patrons Reo ption w ill be hosted
by Mr. and Mrs. Alex Kogan in
their home following thi cone rt.
Dedication For
An Show to Help OUT Temple Sunday
Proceeds from 'ho annual Art
S iv and Sale on Lincoln Road
M ,. from 10 ,m to 10 p.m. Fri-
!aj through Sunday, Dec. 12-14.'
will go to Baj C5tapter of Wom-
- \ nerii ORT which helps
I !iup|>ort ic tional and training
- ools in i untries. Artists in-
i -: in their work in
I i, onh Ai' 3hov to be held on
i Mall this h >uld contact
I ii i ir i" offu Soni i Risolia.
Dedicotion of Monument
In Memor, of Hie late
ABRAHAM TOPOL
will take place at
Mt. Sinai Cemetary
1125 N.W. 137th Street
Miami, Florida
Sunday, December 7. 1969
ot 1:00 P.M.
Rabbi Max Shapiro
will oficiote
Relatives and friends
are asked to attend.
Dedication ceremonies at Ohev
Shalom Synagogue will be led byl
Rabbi Phineas A. Weherman. at
2 p.m. Sunday, congregation presi-
dent Louis Makovsky and Louis
Terr-:, board chairman have an-
nounced Mit.?i of cremonies will
be Miami Beach's Vice Mayor.
Leon; istein.
Ala i ill be Mi I r Mayor
Chuel Hull Metro Commissioner
Karl T '; II State Sen. Robert
L. S!v : Rep. Claude Pep-
por Poli Chi : Rocky Fomer-
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)ecember 5, 1969
rJewist) fhrkRoiri
Estate Broker
Stone, 71
\.\\ services u/enj "n-i,i at
Funeral Home for Perry
6"j. i real estpta broker in'
Miami for 45 years. Mr,
Ivho made his home ;it Km;
in Ave., Miami Beach, died
lay. .. ..
1st ne is survived by a son. I
f, of Framingham, Mass.; a
ler. Mrs. Ellen Alvin; four
\m, Elry, I>ouis, Jack and;
in: liLs sister, Mrs. Yettal
it. and five grandchildren.
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Philip Berkowitz
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
Dies At Age of 86
LEGAL NOTICE
rvices Held For
[rothy Lemberg
Don>thy LembuHr. of 5430
bra Dr.. Coral Gables, died
Inlay at the age of 53. She
Ibeen ill for several months.
I.enibcrg. whose husband.
slogist Dr. Louis I^jmberK. de-
and organized the cardiac
DSive care unit at Jackson Me-
.id Hospital, came hero from;
20 yean ago. She was a I
)er of Beth David Oongroga-:
and its Sisterhood, Cedars of,
kanon Hospital Auxiliary. The:
Irt Association and the Cancer'
anon of Creator Miami and
ladassah.
-. Lemberg is survived by her
>..nd: a -son. David; daughter.;
\a; her mother, Mrs. Lena
stein, and sisters Mrs. Esther
[.nan add Mrs. Rose Slann.
k-vlccs were held Sunday at
hide Chapel' Intermenl was
r of Davi I Mem n ial Park.
bituaries
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IN. Howard, '" I 9 X I'.
p: \v, \ 111:111
f I ,ni v k Miami
|: 1 l \ Rivet a.
VN. Amm, Inland Ave .
i. Interment Ml Nebo.
tTER Tlllle, 75, 1330 Bay-
Dr Grlrdon
*. William, ISM Washington
\, v\ iiii.n. Interment Mi
Court nf Dad. County, Florida
AAR< IN IHRITZK V
MITCHE1.I. LEVENTHAL
IRVING WARSHAWSKY
DAVID SCHMIDT
JACOB ZICHIJNSKY
ALAN K- ANNETTE KLEIN
MURIEL BERNSTEIN
AVIVA NKCMAX
OEOROB P. LEWIS
SHELDON XKl'M.w
HERBERT NEI MAN
MABVIN NBCMAN
FRED HAKHV
12/5-12-19-26
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKKEIIY tllVISN thai
Philin Berkowite. *6 r^ifcn, STtESSHS&r rtful'S
ol A&H Pipe and bt-pplv Co., died ''' BALFOfB HOUSE, a partnership
Friday after a brief illness, G irdon 5L*M1 J"?.1,an, '.'""" DrW?' Mi""'
x?,,n i ii "'! ueacn, Florida mi, ml i<, register Bald
i uneral Home was in charge of name with the Clerk of ..... < ircult
the arrangement; funeral services
were held Sunday in SpectorrHaIl
of Beth David Synagogue.
A native of Russia. Mr. Berko-
witz came to the United States as
a youth, and after a brief slay in
New York City, moved to Jackson-
ville, where he was in the scrap
iron business. He came to Miami
45 years ao and made his home
at 3281 SW 18th St.
A leader in Miami's Jewish com-
munity. Mr. Berkowitz was a life
president of Beth El Congregation
and the Greater Miami Young
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HBBB1IY C1IVKN that
the undersigned, deslrtnC to engage
in business under the fictitious
Men's Hebrew Association: Hewal I Sb" oimS^SmnUM^mSSt
a member of the Greater Miami I ?-'* J Jewish Cemetery Asociation board,
a life member of Mlzrachi and of i
Biktir Cholem Convalescent Home,
a charter member of Beth David
Congregation, and held member-
BMps in Histadrut. the American
Jewish Congress and B'nai B'rith j
Sholem Lodge. A 32nd degree Ma-
son. Mr. Berkowitz was also affili-'
ated with Mahi Shrine. F.Iks T-odge'
948. and the Propeller Club.
He is survived by four sons. Al.
Ah,-, Harold and Donald, all of
whom are associated with their
father's company; two daughters,
Mrs. Walter S. Mackauf and Mrs.
i i o Braverman, and L6 grand-
children.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
No. 69-19173
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
MICHABL LANDINO and
ADELINE V, I.ANI.IM i,
his ivlfe,
Plaintiffs
VH
WILLIAM (lORDON PRICE and
MINNIK |,BB PRICE,
liis wit'.-, and JOHN SMITH
and his u iff,
Defendant*.
YOU, WILLIAM GORDON PRICE
and MINNIK LEE PRICK, his wife
of 2914 Wanda Circle, 8.W., Atlanta,
Georgia 10315 are hereby notified that
a eomiilaiut in (oreclaae a mortgage
upon the following described property,
to-wit:
Lot 25, Block 2S, of FIRST AD-
DITION TO WESTWOOD LAKE.
according to the Plat thereof, re.
corded In Plat Hook r,7 at Pace
04. 'if the Public Re.-oriis of Dade
County, Florida:
has beem filed against you. nnd vou
are re NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
tli-- undersigned, desiring to el
in huslnei s under the tiour
of CLARICE'S or CLARICE'S
HorTItjCE at 341* Main Highway,
Coconut drove, .Miami, Florida In-
t.-i.ils t. register aaJd name'tl witli
the Clerk of the Circuit Court ol
Dade County, Florida
CIjAHICK la ITWICK
JiMKl.HVN N. LHLVIII K. KSy.
A ttorney for t
CLARICE lit iTIVIi'K
19 W. Flagler Street R.....n 804
Miami. Florida 113180
II 88 12 5-12-19
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Vi iTII 'K IS HERBIO i. i \ BN lhat
i
in hu r I'1" ''' '
o| PR< iFBSST< IN M. PENSK iN I'l.W
\l !:.- COMPANY < "nuntj
iin, ii.ls to reg
rk of the i i u
Fl, i Ida
I'l \ \"BAI HIRES I iNES
PAH \ PROFK ONAI.ES S''
' i
pplii ant
-
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 85531
(Jodflc John R Blanton)
IB: K
I "I \ l'i 1ST.
I i. ,
NOTICE OF PROBATE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
Ti i ALL lT.KM INS INTEP, K
IN TDK ESTATE tK BAID DK
CEDENT
i .: notified that ;i
put I rig to In
111.- last W ill .11 ll I
(. .
ha te in wt 'l 'ii' 'i "i .i r< net ehy
mandcHl \v Ithln
monthi from thi dat< o( the
puhll
d Cout .' a.I sh.'w uae, ii
ou can. why I Court
wild will to prohati
: liould not st.in.I unri !<--.I
JOHN i: i- .ANTON
!'''. I IlilU"'
By <' IRNEI.L lt< HUNS' >N
Clerk
Mi ISES GR1 MDWBRt!
SI.M< i.\. II A \ S ,\
URDNDWBIU1
At tin in> s
:i"l Ainsl.-v Building
.Miami. Florida 23132
l-'it.-t puhlh-Mtlon .r thin notice on
the 5th da) "f December, i
L: : lt-19 26
l".,end to rcKister said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
KILMORE INVESTORS. INC.
7.EMEL. KACFMAN & ZBMBL
Attorneys for
FIIJIIOHB INVESTORS:. INC
420 Lincoln Road.
Miami Reach, Fla.
13/5-12-19-86
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY QrVBN that
the underalgiied, desirtng to engage
In husin.ss under the fictitious name
of RlOLAlIt acto BALES at Dade
County Intenda to reglater said name
with the Clerk ( the Circuit Court
ol Dade County, Florida
BBLAIR Al in BXltiRT, INC
SIDNEY KFRl INS< >N
Attorney for Applicant
612 Alnaley Bldg
__________________________1^ ii-12-i:'-2i;
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N* iTICE IS III.1.1:,:' ui\ EN that
lh< undoi Igned, di sirlt
indet rictil nui
Of DUG \.M THEATRICAL AtlENCY
Hid) I .,!.,
1111. ml | Clerk of the C
'
JOSE i; VMAI.IX)
LAI 1. R OLD A
' 7 iCE UNDER
FICTITIOUS AW
NOTIC
1 rrH
\\
me will
('out
SA.MI'EL I. ELI
DS
I
NOTICE Ui.DER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
!
' I < .
1' 11 name < S H < 11E CI. I 11
HOTEL
with tin
ol I lade 1 '.u: ty, I
SIMCH \.
By: itonRRT jai'i ms 1
ENGI VNDER & 111 !; 1 :tt
I 1
1 Bklg
fllill I
'
iinswer or pleading to complaint on
the Plaintiffs attorneys, GOODMAN
* HOLTSaiAN. linn Con.sord Illdg
Miami. Florida. 3:1130. and (He the
original answer or pleading in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court, in and for Dade County,
Florida, on or before the 19th day
of December. 19(it>; If you fail to do
so. judgment by d. fault will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
In the complaint to foreclose mort-
gage.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four (4i consecutive
Weeka in THE JEWISH FI.ORIDI.W
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, tiiis imi, day of November
1969,
E I! I.EATHBRMAN,
<'brk of the Circuit Court
By: HAROCERITE KENT
as Deputy Clerk
(Circuit court Real)
<; Attorneyf for Plaintiff
11.....'oncord Bldg.
Miami, Florida ::
37fi -i.-i.s
By SYLVAN X HtH TS5.MAN
11 21-28 12
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 79273-A
IN It I I
In 1
NOT'CE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
D TlNAL DISCHARGE
Ul
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mi d 1I1 -
I) S FAI'Xt'B
S KAINCE,
KACNi KINK & 11 MAN
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 85917
FRANK B. DOWLING
IN RE: Estate of
SA.MIEI. KATZ
I li'i eased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
. To All Cl-edltora and All Persons Hav-
py of your I l,* E.stat,
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and n.ai.''..
Which you may have against the
estate of SAMCEL KATZ deceased
late of Dade County. Florida, to the
County Judges of Dad.- County, and
fib' the same in duplicate and as pro-
vided in Section 733.1. Florida
Statutes, in Iheir offices in lh>- County
Courthouse in Dade County, Florida,
within six calendar months from
the linn- of the first publication here-
of, or the same will be barred,
Dated at Miami, Florida. Ibis 18th
day of November, AD. 1969.
FLORENCE p KATZ
THE MIAMI BEACH
FIRST NATIONAL RANK
As Executors
First publication of this notice r>n
the '.'1st day "f November, 1969
SIMON, MAYS
: GRl'NDWERG,
\ tti irni j s for Hxccutors
:ii'l Ainsley Building,
Miami. Florida 33132
11 21-28 12 -1:


1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
t'B IS HEREBY GIVEN I I
thi 11
in business n der thi p
of FBMME l"i Hi: Ji ISEPHS
FKMMK TOI CHE 11 ,, de
1.....n P.. ul, v.,1.1. Cnrnl Gnl I, 1
J' 'SEPHS FE.MME TtH'CHE INC
By : ,11 ISEPH PEREZ, Presidi
I'Ri IMRERG, FRi l.MRERG
.. 1:1 'TIL P A
Attorneys for
JOSEPH'S FEMMB TOITHR INC
II 28 12 5-12-19
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
' ICE IS HEREBY C.IVK
tin Ul
ill l.u-
ISSOCIATEV IN Bl'SI
1 SB ""I
_
Ihe 1 the 1
I ,..'., ,,, |.
I SKIN CRAFTS IN'
FROM BERG FR11.MII
AND R< iTH I' '
I
M-102 I
lii \\ Kinglet Street M iml I'
11 j- .
24 Hour Service
"Truth Never Fears Investigation"
When lying and dishonesty
have aroused suspicion, it
takes but little investigation
to prove how true your
suspicions are.
J4iaUah oUgUctiu* ~Mp*ncy
INVESTIGATIONS OF ALL TYPES
407 E. 9th St.
Hialeah, Fla.
lus. Phones
887-2106
885-2101
NOTICE OF
WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY Gl\ EN thill
' l,\ virtue "i 'hnptei UTS of Flm da
-t.iiut. Annotated 11941 1 Wat
1 on.'.in, 11 ai.ii Wnrchousi K-.-ipts.
wherein ABB VAN LINES .1 Florida
corporation by virtue of its warehouse
' lien has hi Its possession the follow |
i.s, ribed propi rty:
I'aed Household kr.....Is :,~ the prop
of CARLYN U'NDSTRON whose last !
know 1, address was 3223 Crystle Court,
Miami, Fla and thai on the ::lst day
of December, 1969 during the leical
hours of sab-, mulnly between 11:00
I forenoon and 2:oo In the aften
al 2138 N.W 24th Avenue, Miami.
Florldn Ihe underalKned shall offer
for sab- to the highest bidder for cash
in liaml the above described property
of CARLYN U'NDSTRON.
Dated al Miami, Florida, this 20th
day of November 1969
11 88, I2'3
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 85833
CLARK

Al. I.ESI.IK
l .
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
' 1 IV-
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Bali
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SYLVIA
!\i nrli
RICH VRP BRICKMAN
SY1 VIA LESLIE Em utris

IN THE COUNT --'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 85776
l\ WILKINS,
In
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
l*<> All 1 I All Pel Ii
111 s 1 r D1 ma 1 v E 1
''
You are In rehj notii I, >l and n qu 1 -
I 10 present any clntms and demands
you may have ;n:.i lust the
I IHN JBFFERY \\ II.KINS
di ...-..! lati ol I lade 1 'ounts. 1
to the County Judges ol Bade County,
the name 111 duplicate and as
provided In s. >n ::: 1, Florida
Statutes, In their offices In the County
Courthouse In Dade County, Florida,
within six calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof,
or the same will he barred
Bated at Miami. Florida, this Tib day
.,1 Novi mix r, AM I9K9
HELEN \\ ILK INS
\* Administratrix
First publication of this notice on
the -1st day of No\eiub. i":1
LEONARD BDW ALU ABEL, BStl
All.....} for
HELEN W II KINS. Administratrix
I'.ii Lincoln Road,
.Miami Reach Florida 331.19
11 21-28 12 5-12
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
\'i iTICE IS HBRBBY civ EN th il
ih<- undersigned, desiring to engagi
in business under the fictitious name
of THE SPBCTRCSI al 212-23rd
Street. Miami Beach, Plot Ida S3139
Intends t.. register said name with
th. (lerk ol the Cli ull 1 lout
Dade County, Florida.
PHILIP FLANK
IRVING CYPBN LAW OFFICES
s;r. Arthur Godfrey Road
Miami Reach
Attorneys for philip plank
By: HARRY I. CYPBN
11 28 12 5-12-19
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fidtitioua name
of KITTYS FLORIST & GIFTS at
*47 S VV. 24th St., Miami intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
Hi. Circuit Court of Dade County,
nor,.:
DONALD F BKVKIUDGE.
Sole Owner
1CESST.EK. ROTH. BHBKAD8KY
.\- BEi'KICRMAN. Attorneys
Attorneys for Applicant
1895 S \V. Srd Ave
Miami. Florida
11/14-21-:;*. 12 i
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 35816
in RE Eitate of
AN NIC. HIRSCH
p.., easi \
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Pits,.r.- Hav-
ing claim.- or Demands Against Ba >
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims anil demands
which you may have against the es-
tate of Annie HlRscil deceased
late of Dad,- County, Florida, to the
County Judges of Had,- County, and
file th,- same in duplicate and as pro-
vided In Section 733.16, Florida
Statutes, in their off! as in the County
Courthouse In Dade County, Florida,
within six calendar months from the
tun,- of the fust publication hereof,
or the same will be barred.
Dated al Miami, Florida, this 13
day of November, .lb. 1969.
IRVING CYPHN
As Executor
First publication of this notice on
lie :1st day of November, Unif.
HARRY L. CYPKX, Ba%L'
IRVING CYPBN LAlVuTPICES
Attorneys for Ehtecutor
B26 Arthur Godfrey Road.
Miami Beach, Florida
11/21-28 12/J-U


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fewish Flooridian
ii, Florida, Friday, December 5, 1969
Seoion B
70 Campaign Off To Good Start
Iracl's Foreign Minister Abba
|n will be honored at the
14 Initial Gifts Dinner
Iching the Great >r Mia nl
psh Federate n's 1970 Com-
Jewish Appeal Israel
krgency Fund campaign. T'.ie
te is off to an unprecedent
^t as the result of two ad-
?rt sifts meetings at which
|4.125 was raised for the
combined drive,
[immunity leaders had met
fie home of the campiifrn's
ral chairman. Rolvrt Rus-
president and chairman of
Iboard of Russell Uuminum
for th% Par sett >rg Din-
IB and attended a" A !
Hp I )inr.."-
t Le\ .>. Ki i ike '
Pacesetti r's I Hnner w is
pm Aharon V .; i\ Ch'cf In-
"ii'.v of l i< I" Vriv '
[Adv ance Gifts D nn< r, Sen.
Bayh of Indiana was the
^t speaker
lie same eroui of "*.
fty leaders which lest
tbuted S739.000 towards
(9ti9 twin drive, have durin :
[past two weeks come uo
some Sl.l million, a 5 "
lease. These funds a-e initial
ributions to th P'dr-ii
ne support of nine local and
sational and overse age-
as well as the 1970 Israel
brgency Fund.
"The two advance gift meet-
ings provide ample evidence thai
our community is coming of
age, not only in recognizing the
needs of our local agencies, but
in accepting and understanding.
with maturity, its role in help-
ing Israel survive during these
most critical times in her brief
history." said Mr. Rusj
All segments of the Jewish
community are being involved in
the plans to welcome Mr. Eban
to the Miami area. Ini11. 1 Gifts
Division chairman Daniel Neal
Heller said.
The Federation's local bene-
ficiary agenc^s include The Bu-
reau of Jewish Educ ition, C tn-
munity Chaplaincy S.-\
Hille'.-University >. Miami, .1 >w-
ish Family and Children's Serv-
ice, Jewish Home for the Aged,
Jewish Vocational Service, Na-
tional Council of Jewish Wcm >n-
Immigration and Naturalizat:on
s : vice, M lunt Sinai V <'
and the YM-YWHA of Greater
Miami.
TV Star Highlight Of Cedars'8th Ball
Initial Gifts Dinner chairman Daniel Neal Heller, right, and
Irvin Korach stand behind Irwin Knott, left and Perry Kaye
as the planning committee members go over the plans for
Lie Greater Miami Jewish Federation's Dec. 14 dinner in
honor of Israel's Foreign Minister Abba Eban.
He I'ining the ent >rl
'edari )t Lebanon Hospital's 8th
\nni\ .< v B i'l Saturd ly e
ning In the Grand B illroom of the
Fontaineb eau 1I itel wi tl
popular vocalisi and TV si
I >i ihann Carrol)
Those attending the b'ack-ti-1
clebration will be greeted by
Harry L. Lewis, president of the
hospital, and Mrs. Lewis; ball
chairman Saul Silberman and Mrs.
Silberman, and members of the
hospital's board and their wivi s,
In keeping with the silver and
; blue color scheme, the floral c >-
terpieces for the banquet tables
have been specially designed of

and rhrysanthemumf. Prejudice Topic
Music f< d in ;ins w ill be -
\ 1 ('. by M il M ilk n's
vhosi participation I
ehratioi becnm adi-
S >m< 5;o ,sts are exprctod wil >ndu 'ted
to atten 1,
lations I iral try at Bostoi
Universit; at the l p.m. m I ng
ent in g-ou; f the N Sh ire Ch
I al tie i \ B'rith VV Mon ; D.'c. 13
attil ides, Pn judic Federal I
''.' Prog
r.clud I ikah c
by Dr. Mas
Bii dir >. the human ,

lan't Buy Happiness
ith Chanukah Gelt
Chanukah
By 1ACK SIEGEL
n I was i kid ; he' e is
| some talk mill ( hanuka'
ll \vi< only talk .....1'i-e I
r saw anj oi it, prin
ir there w isn't h >>
'_ K iround. My grandmother
next dooi to her, Moej
but n il m Sh rea-
i<\ ii' it she t necl fav >r
him. b .'. she c I
th 'm for free like brin
Yiddish M irning Jou nal '
pach day, and the gefilte I ish
Friday) since we on'y lived |
i the street. And I neve
for money.
[was reminded of this at the
sral Assembly cf the Council
Jewish Federations in Boston.
poup of young self-style radi-
ent the "establishment" e
(of demands and threatened to
apt the proceedings if thev d:d
get a hearing. Using the b 'St
ntation methods menace.
were given the flo >r it one
|h< big meetings ,i-.d I list I
rapt attention as they pro-
si .1 in sharp and s met m -
i al phr iseol >gy > c'v
; eople, "the establi hm i I
.: defacem ml of Jwixh v a'
with a kind of oi s >s-lon fir
cing money, for I Hi" | visit
ters and swimming pools and
letting Jewishness .. i d iwn th
n.
listened with the sam
(ntion, and patience for wht1
would offer Instead of the
/ish values Which the o'dei
Jtions had forgotten. A'i i ,,:
offered instead were Jewish
-. Jewish content, Jewish his-
;. Jewish ti idil "i and hi h
for teachers, in effect. t',e\
b out against sin, t > ivh'ch
|o ly iii-i. eis. an I de
III the sin be sinless. The
thought th. y i ffere I '-
land for a pii
' place on th '
Th > p illiat d
\\\ an offer-up I b il un-
tunati ly, Israel was n '1 their
\ i its icti al ereati >n oc-
rurred 'it a time when thev could
i little t i hi !p il into existenc
!e ddes e\ eryb dy is In favoi i A
; just as s:n
:: it | ie ml the att tu ':
if rapt and i
I noti d the >
\ mey, Th I '
th wh .1 thin \- '
|i :- pitch I dis
All s ", "
^ .'. ; |
:.;V- Is w : 'i
vounger ra' I v hos
Sm ch i. He had i II
last pi ir int > Isi ael ,% f'o^e th;
Six-Day War and had been wound-
ed in d -fense of a kibbutz.
Heroes, snt Maccabees, t'v
Jews have, and have had before
This is not a credential <>r suf"
cient size to demand money. It
also occurred to me that a rabbi,
least of a'l people, can be a ra Ii! i!.
A radical, by definition, get- at
the root of things. H- also robe's
\ rabbi must maintain tradition,
ind herita ;e; he must i co
itive
l'"i ss i like th n-o.......'
' h"th ; ead -. Emai.....' R ich-
man, R ib' ; of the F fth Vv nu
Svnagoeue in New Y>k Citv.whi
has written of this pr n \
ement in one o* his n c -nt ar-
ticles s< s, "Orth idox- s ;ht I
'u.arantee Its survival by freezii
the Halacha (Oral Law i and it?
theology. As a result, it enn I
now realize Its full p itent
age when more and more inte
tuals are prepared for the leai
faith but hardly for a leap to ob-j
scurantism." (My grandmother
,1 p -,t h i ur : rsl 10 I this
XCeDt ''"it she went to Shi.
everj S iturdav to insure s me
....., [val Bui Dr. Rachman also
oints ."it thai the time Is r p
, ch illen and thai "any >w
mitte l to th H ila *
on the b is of
f the H ilacha unlimited I
;,, ise ch ing -
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Continued on Page 10 B
greetings
from
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may your holiday
bo as bright .
as the Chanukah light!


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Friday, December 5, 1969
House OK's 50.5 Million
For Projects To Aid Israel
rON iJTA>
VS. \ tativvs
loptcd, i>\ a Barrow mar-
a foreign aid hill thai in-
L'ludes lftj;\(mil'H*n lor iftwjccW
ii : The i.ill authorial I
million for a water desalination
plant, ami lesser sums fur med-
ical, scientific ami educational
institutions.
The d< salination appropriation
.\a.- written into the measure
by R< p. Benjamin Rosenthal N.Y.' and Peter Frcyiinghuysen
iR-N.J.i. An effort by econonry-
mindi d Midwestern eonserva-
tives to strike it out was defeat-
- el on the floor.
The bill authorized $5 million
;oi the Hadassah-Hebrew Uni-
versity Hospital and Medical
School in Jerusalem; S."> million
for tht' Wi i/mann Institute of
Science in Rehovot. ami SI.9
nillion for one educational in-
stitution, SfiOO.OOO for another.
Rep. H. R. Gloss. IR-Iowa
nd Rep. James McClure, tR-
:oi. criticized the desalina-
tion appropriation as "favorite
ountry awards" likelj to create
ms for the Uniti '1
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Stat< in the Middle East Bui
:- amendments to delete the
funds were defeated. The bill
now goes to the' Senate, and
effprtaijnayJtae made ttaw ita
strita oul the appropriations for
Israi I by members of that body.
Rep. Kmanuel Celler (D-N.Y '
warned during the debate on the
foreign aid bill that aid to Arab
refugees may be cut off unless
the United Nations Relief and
Works Agency (UNRWAl stops
aid to refugee camps controlled
by Palestinian guerrillas. A pro-
vision of the bill providing that
no contributions should be made
by the United States to the
UNRWA unless all possible steps
had been taken to assure that
U.S. money did not aid terrorists
or guerrillas was retained.
In debate over an amendment
to giant Nationalist China (45
million with which to purchase
U.S. jet fighters, Congressmen
argued that if Israel, which is
much more immediate peril, is
required to pay for military
equipment, I ould also l>e
required to pay. The amendment
was Das* d however.
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Members of the Rabbinic Advisory Board of
the Hebrew Academy's South Dade Branch,
attended a luncheon meeting to set plans
for the future growth of the school. From
left are Gary Frank, president of the Branch;
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal of the
Hebrew Academy of Greater Miami; Rabbi
Avrom Drazin of the Israelite Center; Rabbi
Simon April of Temple Beth Tov; Rabbi Max-
well Berger of Temple Zamora; and Rabbi
Ralph Glixman of Temple Or Olom. chair-
man of the board.
Hammer Appointed
Executive Director
Harold W. Hammer. 44. has
been appointed as the National
Federation of Jewish Men's Clubs"
first national executive director.
Morton Tabas, the organization's
national president, has announced.
His appointment has been ratified
by the Federation's board of di-
rectors.
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Ralph W. Jack. M.D., a past
president of the Florida Medical
Association and former vio presi-
dent of the American College ol
Obstetricians and Gynecologists,
h s been elected president of the
board of directors of the Papanico-
laou Cancer Research Institute in
its innu J eh cl ins
Other officers include H D
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secretary: Mrs. Paul Karp. i
ant secretary: Ieonard
treasurer and Joseph J Zavi
mil. assistant treasurer,
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Beth Torah Series Presents
Look At America In 1970's
Both Torah Congregation's cx-
P ading cultural program will in-
clude a series entitled "Spirit of
70Bill of Rights and Wrongs,"
R:ibbL.Mx A. Lipschitz. spiritual
leader, has announced. The four-
part lecture series, scheduled to
begin at 8:30 p.m. on four succes-
sive Thursdays in January, is de-
signed to bring the problems and
issues of today into open discus-
sion.
The first speaker, Jan. 8. will bo
psychologist and mthor Dr. Haim
C. Glnott, adjunct professor of
Psychology in New York Univer-
sity's graduate department of
Psychology, and consultant to
rental health centers in Connec-
i cut. New York and New Jersey.
1 >r. Ginott's lecture will be based
n his second best-selling bwk.
Between Parent and Teenager."
he first book authored by the
Columbia University graduate who
-viored in Clinical Psychology.
it tied "Between Parent and
l Id." v. is a Is' s best-seller.
Rp ndway pr idiicer, playwright
ithoj and lecturer Dore Schnrj
ill givi the Jan. 15 lecture, dis-
is in the t >pic 'The American
w What i- He?" Among Mr.
ter know -i plays are ;
'Sun .-' at Campobello," "A Ma-
irity of Or.--" "The Unsinka
[olh Brown," "The Devil's Advo-
and "The Highest Tree."
,-i r *nt i< "So tthing
a Soldier." Mr. Schary's
ti< ha< e appeared In the New
i] k Times, Saturday Review and
t mtic Monthly.
A- 1 See It" is the title of the
Idross to be made by Sydney J.
Harris Jan 22. Mr. Harris' syndi-
Strictly Personal" column
pe in so 109 newspapers
throughout the United States and
in Canada and Latin America. The
author of four books"A Majority
of One." "Strictly Personal." "Last
Thing* Fim" and "On the Con-
trary." Mr. Harris has been the
recipient of a number awards in
the journalism field.
Author-historian Max I. Dimont
has taken the title of his one-
volume history of the Jews, "Jews.
God and History." as the title of
his Jan. 29 lecture. Mr. Dimont.
who is currently working on a
book for young people under the
title "The Wonderful Adventures
and Fortunes of the Jewish Peo-
ple," says he is trying to approach
Jewish history as a 20th Century
Western man. not as a 16th Cen-
tury Talmudist.
Reservations may be made for
the series by contacting Mrs. Rich-
ard Sneider at the temple. Burton
Young is chairman of the Culture
Committee which is sponsoring the
series.
Defense League !s Sharply Rebuffed
NEW YORK UTAi Th<
Jewish Defense League, which
had requested contributions to-
taling $100,000 from several or-
ganizations to finance stafiing
and equipping of its "civilian
patrols" in high crime areas, was
sharply rebuffed by three major
national Jewish organizations.
JDL's director. Rabbi Meir
Kahane, asked $12,500 each from
the American Jewish Congress,
American Jewish Committee.
Union of American Hebrew Con-
gregations. United Synagogue of
America, Jewish War Veterans.
Workmen's Circle, the Federa-
tion of Jewish Philanthropies
and the Anti-Defamation League
of B'nai B'rith.
Most Jewish organizations
take a dim view of JDL activi-
ties. Will Maslow of the Am ,i
can Jewish Congress said, "We
think its activities do more harm
than good they si rve only to
heighten tensions, incn as h is-
tility and create panic."
Arnold Forster, genera! coun-
sel of the ADL. stated the posi-
tion of that organization. "The
Jewish Defense League is a vigi-
lante group." he said, "and its
activities are no less harmful
and dangerous because it has
called itself Jewish."
The view of the AJCommittee
was expressed by Edward Mol-
dover, president of the New
York Chapter. "If additional po-
lice protection is needed," he de-
clared, 'the way to achieve it is
through duly established legal
authorities, not through vigilante
groups. We prefer to put our
faith in Police Commissioner
Howard Leary and New York's
Finest to provide protection for
the residents of our city."
Book Month Rally
Held Recently
The Bureau of Jewish Education
and Miami Beach Recreational De-
partment cosponsored a recent
Jewish Book Month Rally at the
Ocean Front Auditorium, Miami
Beach.
Included in the program was
a reading from Elie Wiesel's "Leg-
ends of Our Time" by Mrs. Alfred
Stone, poetic readings by Max
Gli iberman, and slides narrated by
Joseph Yanich, who recently re-
turned from a trip to the Soviet
Union. Greetings were extended
by Chaim Rose of Miami Beach's
Recreation Department; chairman
of the meeting was Herbert Zvi
Berger, associate director of the
Bureau.
Rummage Sale Scheduled
The Sisterhood of Beth Kodesh
Congregation will hold a four-day
rummage sale in the auditorium
ind outside patio of the synagogue I
at 1101 SW 12th Ave. Dec. 14-17.
Proceeds of the sale will go to the
religious institution, and many
types of merchandise will he on
display. The Sisterhood's monthly
luncheon is scheduled for noon on
Thursday. Dec. 18.
Parly Congress Banned
BOW | JTA i The right-v. Ing
Xational Democratic Party
(NPDi was barred from holding
its fourth pai t\ ess in
Saarbrucken recently. Ad tlf von
Thadden, chairman of the neo-
Xazi group, said he \\ uld take
the matter to the highest ad-
ministrative court, The ban was
enforced by the Lord May ir of
Saarbruecken, icting on oi
from Saar Inti ioi Mini
Ludwig Shnur. The reason
was that the town could not
guarantee law and order.
Greenfield Topic Our Environment
One of the major concerns of his Master's degree from the Uni-
on:- present-day society will be verslty of Miami, and earned his
explored at 10 a.m. Sunday in the Ph.D. from Stanford University
Greenfield Adult Institute of Tern- He returned to the Universitj oi
pie Israel of Greater Miami. Prof.' Miami as an assistant professor in
! nard J. Greenfield will discuss 1959, and has played a leading
"The Environment in Revolt," role in the development of the
sharing with Institute subscribers marine sciences department there.
his views on pollution of air and Dr. Greenfield serves as director
water and Hi" general cont imina- of the fii Id station on Pigeon Key.
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on which he has written and c-
tured extensively.
A leading figure in the Univer-
sity Of Miami Marine Labor lev
for almost two decad -. d iring
.vhich it has grown to be one of
the nation's most important ma-
ine institutions, Dr. Gi field is
also presently associate dean of
the graduate school,
KOSHER & PARVE
MARGARINE
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New York, Dr. Greenfield received
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Friday, December 5, 1969
Temple Menorah Marks Chanukah
ChiU'.ri'i) hi the Temple Menorah
Religious School will participate in
a Chanukah assembly celebrating
*tfie Festival of Chanukah Sunday.
_The program will include a canrile-
.ffghting ceremony, a Chanukah
finfos t ,ind plays- an address by
bbi Mayor AbPsmowit/. who!
1 speak to the students on "The
jSignijiMpcq of This Festival oi .
Freedom in Light of the Vietnam
War and the Middle East Con-
flict." and Cantor Xico Feldman's
presentation of the Jewish national
anthem, "Hatikvah."
Mrs. Carl Rosenberg, president
of the Parents of Menorah. has
announced that the parents will
distdbut dreidles and Chanukah
pelt at the conclusion of the as-
sembly.
A piny entitled "The Family
Menorah Celebrates Chanukah"
will be presented by the Sunday
Kindergarten class, under the di-
rection of Mrs. Rebecca Stem:
the D^led. J..,, cly,ss. ,djreated.,lpy
Norma Robinowit/. will present a
play entitled "Freedom Hall.'- and ,
the Heih class will perform an
original play written by students
of the class, which is under the
direction of Dror Zadok, entitled
"Mission Maccabees."
Mein Kampf To Be Reprinted In Italian
ROME". iJTAi Hitler's auto-
liography, "Mein Kampf," is
so oi to be published here in
Italian. Although the volume's
preface has Ix-en written by the
noted Jewish historian. Prof.
Max Horkheimer, a victim of
Nazism, it is feared that the
'.K>ok, which will bo published by
the Lonsanesisi publishing house
will be damaging.
The Italian version, will be
ivailable to a larger segment
it' the public than the expensive
odition published recently in
London, which also was ostensi-
bly for historical research pur-
>oses. and it is feared will have
* wider influence for that rea-
son. Jewish circles claim life in
Italy has been Yadicalized" and
much of its population is sus-
ceptible to demagogy from vari-
ous sources. They are not con-
vinced that Prof. Horkheimer's
preface will prevent misuse of
the anti-Jewish and other Nazi
-logans contained in the book.
Several years ago an Italian
translation of "Mein Kampf"
\ as published by a neo-Fascist
newspaper which printed it in
the principality of San Marino
to avoid conflict with Italian
laws prohibiting Fascist activi-
ties. Some Jews believe Prof.
Horkheimer's preface was used
to achieve the same purpose.
Reading Clinic To
Be Held At Barry
Barry College is presently ac-
cepting applications for its Janu-
ary reading clinic. Early applica-
tion is necessary to allow time for
; the extensive, 4-to-6-hour pre- j
clinical testing and diagnosis. Each
| student's diagnosis will clearly de-
fine his strengths and weaknesses, j
Remedial and clinical services |
are available on an individual!
basis for the elementary school j
1 age child who is experiencing read-;
ing difficulties in the regular class-'
; room situation. Special group in- '
'< struct ion is available for junior
and senior high school students i
needing basic or advanced read-
i ing skills. The first remedial ses-
, sion will begin Jan. 19.
Interested persons may obtain
' further information by calling the
i college, extension 200.
Dr. Louis Schwortzman, executive director of
Bureau of Jewish Education who installed
new officers of the Council of Jewish Con-
gregational Pre-School Teachers of South
Florida, is flanked by new officers of the
Organization. Pictured are (from left, stand-
Two Scholarships Become Available
One four-year scholarship will
he granted by the University of
Palm Beach to the Florida Order
of Rainbow foi Girls and one to';
the Florida Order of DeMolay for
boys for the September 1970 en-
rollment period, the school's presi-
dent. Dr. Merton B. Levinson, has
announced.
Applicants for the scholarships
must be in their senior year or a
graduate of a Florida high school.
a member of a Florida As. mbl> of
Rainbow or Chapter of DeMolay.
,,nd prepan a 2500 word theme in
two i.uts: (ai "What Rainbow
(or DeMolayi Has Taught Me In
Life" and (b) "What a College
EJducation Will Mean to Me."
Scholarship students maintain-
ing a B-average will bo given con-
sideration for further study in the
university's graduate school after
completion of the four year col-
legiate training.
Applications may be obtained
from the Rainbow DeMolay Schol-
arship Committee. University of
Palm Peach. fifiO Fern St.. West
Palm Beach, Fla. Papers must be
filed by March 15.
Mi mbershlp In the Order of
1 Rainbow, sponsored by Eastern
Star and the Masonic Order, is
1 limited to young persons between
the ages of 12 and 20. Both the
Order of Rainbow and the Order
of DeMolay, sponsored by the Ma-
sonic Order for those 14-20, have
adult advisory councils and as-
semblies and chapters are located
in many parts of Florida.
hard Wolfson, senior vice
sident of Wcmotco Enl

.of the Nctional Board
tees of;'
of Chii I JWS.
. I). Currently se the
KCCl': D:r?ctcr, Executive Corn-
da Reg cins
oi 'he nation's bi
educational ard pro! \
leaders whose goal is strength-
ening national unity through
jr.lerreligious cooperation.
WC School Banquet Sunday
The Children's Chorus of the
I. L. Peretz Workmen's Circle
School ill ; a pro jr im of
songs it the school's 25th annual
in the A i Hotel at
y, Otl entertain-
so bei ......ed for
I ns should
, t1-.. Workmen's
' i oln Rd.
Capital Punishment Studied
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MARGARINE
Delicious on knishes.
ing) Rose Comm, treasurer; Dr. Schwartz-
man; Naomi Brcmdeis, retiring president;
(seated) Ruth Penick, vice president, Rebecca
M. Stern, president; and Simi Lesser, record-
ing secretary.
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WorU Mrs. Keiser Honored For Service
Uewish Flor idtian I
December 5. 1969
More than '0) : \,--\ ,.-!,i rei.
low workers 'jjrlv <' in t.'p "-ten
1*oc lletcl las: month :.i d- t i ta-
mo to h 1 >.\ w >--:i w' Jo-
tonr\innti:>n. &r\\ ;>>' vas
5 I largely iwn*m..' ;>. ild-,
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on thf> lower end of (*.>!" s Ave-
nue, Miami Beach.
Mi b. Sarah I'' < ; of
Joseph Keiser, who had vol asi
president of the 1 M for
the Aged (forme ly knevn the
Jewish C,.'l\ :.]: ( M r -i f
South Florida' Fince 19"1. was
honored upon her retirement from
that position.
Founded in 1938, the facility wa
first housed in a run-down hotel
VIP Sabbath Saturday
The first V.I.P. Sabbath of the
i new season will lie observed at
; the regular services of Temple
Emanu-El Saturday. Dedicated to
"Very Interested Parents," V.I.P.
Sabbath has become a wry suc-
cessful program at the temple,
with parents and children wor-
shipping together as a family be-
fore Joining Rabbi Irving Lehrman
at a Sabbath luncheon and in-
formal discussion session.
adjacent to the current modern
structure. Attempts were made to
modernize the old structure, but
it began to be evident that more
space and better equipment were
Heeded; and the men's and wom-
en's auxiliaries began an intensive
fund-raisins drive to raise the nec-
essary funds to build. A number of
aging stores and buildings were
purchased and demolished, and in
mid-1936, ground was broken lor
the new structure.
The modern new facility was
completed in September of 19G7,
and Mrs. Keiser and Sidney Siegcl,
executive director of the Home,
were standing in the double glass
doorway to welcome a procession
of residents, some walking, some
in wheel chairs, as they took pos- a
session of their new Home.
"Sarah Keiser would not
up. and she would not let anyone
else give up," Leonard Zilbert,
chairman of the Home's hoard of
directors, said. "She is truly a re-
ntal kabl woman!"
Mrs. Keiser, who plans now to
make her home with a sister in
Norfolk, Va., has heeded the B
admonition: "When we grow old.,
cast us not away, and when w
grow feeble, let us not be lonely.''
She has si>ent a lifetime in service
to her fellow man.
MRS. s\K\|| KK1SKR
MAR-PARV.
KOSHER & PARVE
MARGARINE
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Members of the Women's Cancer League of Miami Beach,
(from left) Mrs. Leonard Markell. treasurer; Mrs. Alexander
Libow, Sponsors Committee chairman, and Mrs. Michael
Bright, president, meet to recruit sponsors for the League's
annual luncheon. A sponsor is anyone who subscribes S150
or mere to attend the affair, proceeds of which go to further
the work of Mount Sinai Hospital in cancer research and
treatment.
r l\ rn->i*J AIT1 Th,s 2nd Centurv (CE) Synagogue recalls the cut-
L/il LKlM/lUiVl tural r'chness of the Jewish community that had
survived the Roman ravishes of Jerusalem and
southern Palestine. Today hundreds of scholars
and devoted volunteer workers are engaged in the
joyous discovery and restoration of Israel's ancient
remains.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL
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Barbara Ann Durbin Becomes Bride
Of Policeman Murray Lenchner
MRS. MURRAY LENCHNER
Barbara Ann Durbin, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. John Durbin of
Harrlsburg, Pa., became the bride
of Murray Lenchner, son of Mr.
-and Mrs. Max Lenchner, 1398 Jef-
ferson Avc, Miami Beach in cere-
monies which took place in the
Meiers Hotel Sunday, Nov. 30.
Rabbi Marius Ranson offic'ited at
the 7:20 p.m. rites which were fol-
lowed by a reception at the hotel.
The bride is a graduate of Tem-
ple University, Philadelphia, Pa.;
her husband, who is on th" police
fo:ce. attended Lindsey Hopkins
and served four years in the VS.
Navy. He is a member of the Elks
and the American Legion.
For hor wedding the bride se-
lected a gown of pure silk peau de
soie with hand-clipped Chantilly
lace attached to clusters of tiny
seed pearls. She was attended by
Diane Lenchner. maid of honor.
Harry lenchner served as best
man for the groom; ushers were
Jack Lenchner and Barrv Silvers.
Miami Happenings
Eddie S<-haffer and sportsman
Arthur Narilin will join Foot-
lighters president Harry Lewis
in directing the club's annual
golf tournament, which benefits
Variety Children's Hospital, on
May 15.
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Charles \V. Sokol has been
t lected to the board of directors
Oi Basle Food Industries, Inc.

The 'Cavalier Cross of the
Italian Order of Merit" award
will be presi nti il to Or. Arturo
dl Filippi. director of the Opera
Guild of Miami, during the din-
ner dance sponsored by the Mi-
ami Beach Board of Governors
for the Advanct menj of Grand
pera Saturday at the Doral
: Hi I. Italy's honorary
via ctns il in Soul i Florida, at-
Louis \. s.iliatinii, will
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I'nited Fund's public relations
director, Mark A. Peterschmldt,
is leaving to take a similar por-
tion with the Community Chest
in Cincinnati, Ohio. Jean Ellen
Spencer, his assistant for the
past two years, will succeed him
in the position. Miss Spencer,
who received her Master's de-
gre< from Kent State University
in Ohio, will assume her new
n -; Risibilities Jan. 1.
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The appointment of four new
staff members has been an-
nounced by Lea Stern Advertis-
ing;, Inc. Joining the agency as
lint executive is Arthur B.
Cohen if North Miami, who is
vi known in local advertising
ublic relations fields. Mrs.
Tiny Glldewell, wh i ha
- I with local agencies I
the past 24 years, will serve as
its m< ' N im It '
I ost of pi Ig 'i' was
Shel Ion < rjhen i f Miami Sh
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- tisin product! n di-
rector foi a m ijor New Y n k
n house, Mrs. -I an B.
Fields, -aduaie of the '.'
.. sit> of Main.' with a Boston
tisii a encj background,
,\ ill .. s traffic man
MRS. FRANK SHABARECK
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Evelyn Schiebel Is
Mrs. F. Shabareck
Evelyn Schiebel became the
bride of Frank Shabareck in a
ceremonv held Sunday, Nov. 23. in
the Algiers Hotel.
The bride, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Bernard Schiebel. 5560 S\V
i "th St.. is a student at Miami-
Dade Junior College. Her husband,
the son of Mr. and Mrs, George
Shabareck. 2450 SW 1st St.. re-
Ci ntly returned after serving four
years in the U.S. Army, stationed
in Germany.
The nuptials were followed by a
reception in the Algiers Hotel,
after which Mr. and Mrs. Shaba-
reck left for a honeymoon in Con-
necticut. The couple will make
Miami their home.
Francy Lee and Lloyd Edivin Elekman
Married In New York City Ceremonies
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Francy Lee, daughter of Mrs. *-
Roberta Lee. 1455 Treasure Dr..
Miami Beach, and the late Chester
Marks, became Mrs; Llovr! Edwin
Elekman in ceremonies held in
he Essex House. New York (itv.
at ti:.".0 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 30. A
reception for the COtiple foil wed.
The bride is a graduate of
Miami Beach Senior High School
and Miami Dado Junior College
II. r husband, the s :i of Mr. ind
Mrs, Melvin Elekman of Brooklyn,
N.Y.. graduated from Midwood
High School. Brooklyn, and Miami-
Dado Junior College.
Arlene Marks served as maid of
honor; Kathy Marks. Jane Levin,
Andrea Lee and C'elia Elekman
were bridesmaids. The groom's
best man was Leonard Elekman;
Mike Berger, Miles Wcinstein,
Alan Schulman, Barry Cohen and
Steve Haber ushered.
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Canter Jacob J. Renzer of Beth
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Beach, d scussed the history and
relationship of chanting used in
religious services at a recent gath-
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Manj the incienl cantil itions
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Dropsie University Professor's Book Is
Reprinted By German Publishing House
The first extended treatise deal-
ing with the economic history of
the Jews in Eastern Europe has
been republished in Germany, it ,
has been announced.
Originally published in Breslau
in 1934. the book, written in Gor-
man, was banned by the Nazis,
and withdrawn from circulation.
The book's author. Dr. Bernard
P. Weinryb. is now professor of
History and Middle F:ast Eco-
nomics at The Dropsie University
in Fniladlphia. Pa.the only ex-
clusively post-graduate institution
in America dedicated to the study
of Hebrew. Biblical. post-Biblical
Middle Kastern studies, culture
and language university status
of which was officially approved
by the state's Department of Pub-
lic Instruction in September.
A number of additional articles
by Dr. Weinryb have been includ-
ed in the second edition, dealing
with criminality, population and
occupations of Jews in Poland dur-
ing the 19th century. His outline
of the economic systems includes
discussion of the imputation and
structural changes of the Jewish
communities in periods dating as
far back as 1772. and his book also
deals with commerce, industry,
crafts and labor in the urban cen-
ters, and with inns, leases and
agriculture among the rural imp-
utation.
An international^ known his-
torian and scholar. Dr. Weinryb
taught history and economics at
Columbia University and at the
Graduate School of Law and Eco-
nomics in Tel Aviv before joining [
the faculty of The Dro[>sie Univer-
sity, of which Dr. Abraham I. j
Katsh is president.
Seagram's V.O.
For Holidays
Chanukah is the risjht time of
lb.' year to toast your friends with
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whiskey that is served in more
discriminating homes in America
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You know that a gift of Sea-
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Peter O'Toole appears with
Petula Clark in scene from
movie "Goodbye, Mr. Chips"
premierlng in a Temple Israel
Sisterhood benefit at Sheridan
Theatre Dec. 16.
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facility a: U.S. 1 and 62nd Avenue. South best convalescent or extended care facih-
Miami. Mr. David R. Rifas, president of ties in the country. Completion is scheduled
Recuperative Centers, Inc., who is building for January 1
the facility, says the center will have private _
Movie's First Local Run Benefits PAL
Columbia Pictures" roadshow at- Police Athletic Lcaeue
. in, "Marooned," starring .,
Gregory Peck. Richard Crenna. The fcst.v.t.eswm beg n at 7:30
David Jansen, James F neiseui "hou, :
and Gen. Hackman. will open for '
the holidaj i ason at Wometcos ance h the
Byron tr. rh irs i i.v, Dec. is. League R
. benefit for th< M Bea in the followim
il i> basis, at 2:00 and 8
The movie "De Sade," is ttx
lure this wck at Hi, Carib Miami,
Miracle, L63rd Street 27tti Ave-
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and Duc.i K.ii.m Theatres it the
Vfayfair arid Sunset, is "N la
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V'Mnist ncrtdUan
Page 9-B
Large Proportion of Runaway Husbands Flee Responsibility
MEW york (jtai ,\ firm
which specializes in Finding nip.
away husbands has revealed that
at; Jeast a third of th> middle-
class Americans husbands who
find the pressures of their re-
sponsibilities unbearable each
year and run away in search of
indifferent kind of Ufyn. Jras.
Edward Goldfader, vice presi-
dent of the Tracers Company of
America, described the typical
middle class runaway husband
as between .'!."> and 40 years of
age. with at least two years of
college education. He is earning
between $12,500 and $17.5 0 a
ear. has been married 16 years
.nd has two children. "In the
thousands ol eases we have
processed through the yens."
Mr. Goldfader said, nearly 35r?
of the runaway husband; were
Jewish. (Jews make up about ZCA
of America's population.!
Moth Jewish ind non-Jewish
runaways act quite predictably,
sending up "signal flags" within
a few weeks by which they ask
unconsciously and sometimes
consciously- to be found. The
lunaway may mail a birthday
card to his child, which may not
have a return address, but does
have a postmark. Such a lead is

often enough for {he-Tracing'
firm, for the runaway rarely
changes his life style when he
settle in a different city. They
usually take a job similar to the
one they left Ix'hind. and rarely
do they change theif'namGS. A
simple,check oFithe records "of
firms clearing n*fc plicati$ns
for group insurance 'and pension
plans often turns up the errant
spouse, he said.
The disproportionate number
of Jewish husbands who run
away stems from the fact thai
the Jewish man more readily as-
sumes heavy financial responsi-
bility for the sake of his wile
and children than the non-Jew,
Mr. Goldfader believes. The un-
derlying cause of his reaching
the "breaking point" is always
financial, he said. Total aiid
permanent disappearance (what
Mr. Goldfader calls "social sui-
cide"! is rare, however, and so
are "repeaters." A Jewish fugi-
tive's dropping out of sight
permanently would mean he
would never again see or be in
touch with his wife or children
or members of his family --a
prospect almost too miieh for a
Jewish -man to consider.
The proportion of runaway
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Jevtat a wives is about one m
every 250 husbands, as compared
to a ratio of about one to 100
among non-Jews. Until about
five years ago. the number" of
Jewish teenage runaways \ya*
very *nall, htf&portcd. but^ta
recent years has i> en urowaB
L steadily. Mr. JESkUadt-r Jabfltf*
the present-day communications
gap between parent and child
for the buildup of family situa-
tions which lead to a teenager's
decision to flee.
Exhibition Of Painting
Paintings by the French-born
artist Michel Kouliche will be on
display in the Lowe-I evinson Gal-
lery of Temple Beth Sholom, 4144
Chase Ave.. Miami Beach, from
Dec. 12 through Jan. 4. it has been
announced A preview of the ex-
hibit will Ik- held from 9 to 11 p.m.
I Friday. Dec. 12. at a reception fol-
I lowing the services.
Mrs. David Drucker is chairman
of the temple's Fine Arts Com-
mittee, which is in charge of the
reception; other members of the
committee are Mrs. Jack M. Fink,
Mrs. Julius Ser. Mrs. Jerome
FranWht,iMrs, Meyer K.it W. Mrs.
Albert Billing, and Mrs. Walter
Framer.
J$est ^Wishes for &4
wlciDDw HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
CARIBBEAN SHOE CORP.
255 S.W. 8th STREET MIAMI
Phone 377-2754
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WISHES ALL HIS FRIENDS
A HAPPY CHANUKAH .. .
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
TO THE JEWISH COMMUNITY
Vir. rKoberts Jrjeciittu <3o/oh
7291 RED ROAD
PHONE 667-7282
HAPPY CHANUKAH GREETINGS
W. CARROLL WILSON
Real Estate Appraiser Member, American Institute Appraisers
15450 N.W. 27th AVENUE Ph. 685-2962
HOLIDAY G ...
DR. LOUIES UPHOLSTERY SHOP
7835 N.W. 36th AVENUE, MIAMI
Phore 691-7991
Holiday Greetings
GLASS DR\ CLEANERS
1200 N.W. 3rd AVENUE
Phone 371-1188
HAPPY CHANUKAH GREETINGS TO ALL .
FLORIDA SMOKED FISH COMPANY
761 NORTH WEST 21st STREET
PHONE FR 9-6483
theACTlON BANK
National BanK of Homestead
4 SOUTH KR0ME AVENUE
PHONE 247-5541
VAGABOND SPORTSWEAR, INC.
MANUFACTURERS Of MISSY and JUNIOR SPORTSWEAR
3624 N.W. 41st Street, Miami, Florida
Telephone 633-6047
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A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL
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PHONE 621-1441
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*Jen ist neriidiiair
Friday, December 5
HAPPY CHANUKAH AND
BEST WISHES TO ALL
Franklin Federal Savings
& Loan Association
124 E FLAGLER STREET
MIAMI
'PM
To All
CAL KOVENS CONSTRUCTION CORP.
1770 Bay Road 538-6676
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL
HOWARD AYARES, INC.
5600 W. Flagler St.
10943 S. Dixie Hwv
666-8511
665-6581
Chanukah Greetings to The Entire Jewish Community
CHARLES HOTEL
1475 COLLINS AVENUE
JE 1-4711
MIAMI BEACH
A Happy Chanukah
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HAPPY CHANUKAH GREETINGS
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Tint'n Curl Flair Fashions in Hair
18346 N.W. 7th Ave. 163rd St. Shopping Cntr
Beauty Salon Beauty Salon
1401 N.E. 163rd Street
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Phone 271-3211
9500 S.W. 97th Avenue
L. L. (Bob) Anderson
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Can't Buy Happiness With
Continued from Pago 1-B
is proposing something funda-
mental in the way of change. And
he is not asking for money. The
only trouble with Rabbi RachmaJi
is that he is a little bit over 30;
nevertheless, he should have led
the confrontation.
I must confess the young radi-
cals lost meand I was once a
young radical, so I know the feel-
ing. Some of the people at the
General Assembly looked on them
with favor and others with some
guilt. After all, who does not feel
he has not done enough, who does
not beat his breast for sins of
omission or commission? And who
among us has not once distributed
Chanukah gelt as expiation? But
Ls that the way to beat this rap?
i There were also some people in
Boston who were proud that we
had our own young radicals. |us1
like the Macks.' 1 wondered about
these > ung people and their at-
tachment to radicalism The) wen
in Boston when, ace >rding to latei
irts, more than a qu u ter of a
million p >\ le of them
young descended on Washing-
ton petition the Presid I I
peac V'ietna
So later, we talked to two 0
them privately. One was taking his
doctorate in Jewish Education at,
Harvard. I asked him what was
his plan for replacing the old. the
failed Jewish values. And he said
he would write up such a program
provided he was funded. In other
words. Chanukah Gelt. I asked the
other guy. with less hair and more
chutzpe. what his plans were. He
said he needed freedom to do this.
I suggested that he and his bid-
dies create a commune and write
up this master plan. And he said.
But Man. I gotta eat:-' More
Chanukah Gelt.
Then I asked them what about
Vietnam0 They wore against that
war. What about Israel and the
charge that it was imperialist?
They disagreed, vouchsafed
port of Israel. What is the dif-
e betwt en the two? We I
Vietn im is ari uve w '
said; ii is imp I Bui Is
.. a m itter o! saving lives
I suggeste I '
.;' including Jewish
pie, would i ij thai
there musl be a ettei x '1 (na-
tion. I ever ff : .'-' on .
too in) sted
After all. I am over 30 a
bo trusted in secular matl
Jewish matters. I was considered
a devotee of swimming
ism. It was a bum rap and [
couldn't beat it. but l couldn't
help thinking that for she- '[.
ingfor sheer, pure, unadult. ...
Tsedakano one could beat 1
"Establishment" generati n \ But
maybe Tsedaka is not a Jewish
value anymore.
Maybe my grandmoth
right idea. She read her Y
papers, went to Beth Han
Hagadol on Forest Avei
Bronx, and gave Moej Stronun
the kid next door. Chan
But she didn't try t
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223, J- wish w u Vete
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holiday dances.
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Hday. December 5, 1969
LEGAL NOTICE
*Jenlst Fkridiann
I
LEGAL NOTICf
Page 11-B
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
iTH'K 18 HEREBY I3IVBN that
undersigned, desiring to engagi
in der the fictitious nsm<
\NA C! II! TOWERS nl
w s W. I*7th St.. Miami ihtends
r --; i num.- with the Cli rl<
i, linuii CojhI of Dade County.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA.
Case No. 69-18728
NOTICE OF SUIT
JUDITH AKItl Y. (ilUFFIN
JUDITH 111:1:1:1:1. \.
Plaintiff,
I,
SOUTH MIAMI HEIGHTS
Itiol, AND CAJJwas. INC
11 '14-81-28 12 -,
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
nTICB IS HEREBY OIVEN Ihul
undersigned desiring to mpi.
lustness under the fictitious name
CARIBBEAN VILLAGE at 11450
isTth St., .Miami Intends ti> re-
.r said name win. the Clerk of
Circuit Ooarl Of Dade County,
CARIBBBAN VILLAOE CORP
_^^^^ 11/14-21-28 IS/6
( THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA.
No. 69-18832
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IS l.ARASA
Uintiff,
VM.
HAM ISAKASA
-ciidnnt,
IIT, M1HIA.M OARASA, residence
Down, art- required to flit- your
* i the clerk of the above styled
and serve a <"opy thereof
HERMAN COHEN ESQUIRE.
II Congress Bldg., Miami. Florida
i before December 15. l!<69 or
. mpiaint will bi- taken as con-
. 1
CTBD: November 13th, }''
B. It LEATHERMAN
s-rk of the Circuit t'ourt
MARGUERITE KENT
11 14-21-28 12 5
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
' ICE IS HEREBY tllVEN that
irned, dealrina t" ngage In
undi i the fictitious name of
n i-: cabs at Uinsfl south Dixie
Miami, Florida, intenda to
I Id i m u hi. the < "1. rk
"in uil i' ii i i i i lade Countv,
. Ill I VT TRAVEL, INC.
liORlMl.N TAYLt IR
Presl
i K SCHM IRTZ
r. 11T
i >adi Fi di ral Bldg.
II 14-21-28, 12 :.
(THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
K:nth JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
JLCRIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY.
No. 89-18479
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
K 'BAN II VPTISTE
'Iff. ,
*s.
' JEAN BAPTISTE
I
' I H.N KC.E C JEAN BAPTISTE.
addi ess unkinw:..
ii to file your answer to the
for 'in iree Ith the clerk
above < of upon, HERMAN COHEN,
i;ilo-l! Conim ss Bids Miami,
rid on or bi foi I >e. ember it,.
ii else complaint will be taken
ifeaaed,
i tTHD November (, 1969.
B. B l.BATHHRMAN
rk of the Circuit I 'ourt
B\ : N A II BWETT
Deputy Clerk
ii 14-81-88, II S
lUNA-CIM HEBRERA and
HERHBR*! i,,. -if..,
tt man]..I. ......
I tefendants
Tt): K1NACIO HKKKMRa
and
HBRRBRA, bis wife,
if married
C/o LYDIA PEREZ
4'.' Weal 47th Btreet
Basement Apt No. IS
New York. New York
VOU, IONACIO HERRERA and
HERRERA. his wife, if
married, are hereby notified thai u
Complaint to Quiet Title has been
filed against you on the following
described property, to-wlt:
Tract "H," Illock 84, of Revised
Plat of Portions or Amended Plat
of Section 1, COUNTRY CLI'I!
STATES, according to the Plat
thereof, recorded in Plat Book
34. Page 39. of the Public Records
of Dade County, n-.-rlda, formerly
known as I^ols 51, 52. Block 84,
of Section 1. of COUNTRY CLUB
ESTATES, according to the Plat
thereof, recorded in Plat Book
18, Page 11. of the Public Records
of I >;i 1. County, Florida;
and you are required to serve a copv
of your Answer or Pleading to the
Complaint to Quiet Title on the
Plaintiff's attorney Ronald I.
'!Ay.IS- B8QUIRB, 417 Blscayne
Building, IK West Klagler Street
Miami, Florida .1.1130. Phone 879-3851,
and file the original answer or Plead-
ing In the office ..f the Clerk .if the
t ir.-uit Court on or before the 18th
day of December, I960, n you fall
to do so, judgment by default" will be
taken against you for the relief de-
manded in th,. Complaint to quiet
This Notice shall be published once
each week for rour ill consecutive
weeks in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED, at Miami,
LEGAL NOTICE
nth
Fl<
latin,
la, tills P
la)
I Ni
int.. i.
(Clr
K B LEATHERMAN,
i 'li rk Circuit Cout I
11 ide t'oui y, I Ii i
B) MARGUERITE KENT
1 Hqiuty 'lerk
U I >UI Si ...'
11 II
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 85533
I" RE: Estate of
Rl EBBN K HEPBURN, e k i
RUEBEN HEPBURN
I leceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
ro All Creditors and \ll Persons Hav-
ing i lairaa oouDemnida Against Said
Estate:
You ar,- h.r.l.y 'n,it,tie,I and fenjir-
... to pies,.,,, any uldlms and demands
wniBhottw may .have. aaint.jiM m
late of Rl'EHKN E HEPBURN He.
ceased late of Dade County, Florida
to the County Judges "( Dade Countv
and fib- the same in duplicate and as
provided in Seeii.oi 733.18, Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the County
< ourthouse in Dade County, Florida
within six calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof
or the same ill !. barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, thi-
day of November, A.D. 1889
,'s,' MIRIAM HEPBURN
As Administratrix
First publican,,!, of this notice 01
the 14th day of .November, 1968
LOUIS FALK
Attorney for Administratrix
1003 Seybold Bldg.. Miami. Fla
_________________11/14-21-28. 12 .-,
IN THE COUNTV JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 85210
IN RK: Estate of
CECIL BOWEN, SR.
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons
Ing Claims or Demands Against
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed ti' present any claims and demands
which you may have against the es-
tate of CECIL BOWEN, SR d......ased
late of Dade County, and file the
name in duplicate and as provided In
Section 733.18, Florida Statutes, In
the,,- offices in th.- County Cowhouse
in Dade County, Florida, within six
calendar months from the lime of the
first publication hereof, or the same
Will be barred
Dati 'l .it Miami, Florida, this Bth day
f November, A.D 91 B
s BESSI E III >\VEN
A Exei utrix
l- i st publication of tlib
the Hib day of Noi i mb. r,
E PAUL BEATTY
Attornej for Bxi utrix
Seybold Blrig M m I
11/14-21
that
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAIVE LAW
NOTICE is HKREin til\ EN
[hi ,i id< signed, desiring to i ngagi In
business undel the fictitious name of
ARNOLD i if |TAL> ill 94 X.E
l*tn i. Mini i Floridii intends to
") with the Clerk of
[hi circuit Court of Dade Countv,
Floridi
' .unit. Bj .Mr ,\, ,,,,i,| |,.
ARNl H 11 SI XI i President
NEIL FLAXMAN
Attorne> for Applicant
.'l:- I>u|...ijm ^t<,v,., 4 ,
Miami, Florida 33131
li 21-28 <: .",-12
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNT Y JUDGE'S COURt"
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 8!!!>y4
FRANK B. DOWLINQ
I RE I. '
K VTH BED : I k .,
K VTK I. IIERNSTI
.!
Hav-
Sald
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 8S46*
>i: Estate of
R'lN OERIC3ITER
Ireeaaed.
NOTIC8I TO CREDITORS
All Y-ditorr. and All Peraaoa Hsv-
CUlmu or Drmaads Aaainst Said
ate:
> are hereby notified and reijalr-
precnt.ajiy claims and drnunJn
th you may have againat tho a-
of DtWQi UERICHTER deceased
of Dade County. Florida, to the
-ty Judges of jDade County, and
the same in duplicate and as
rMed In Section 733.18, Florida
m. in their offices in the County
rtaOMM In Dade County, Florida.
hin sti calendar months from the
P- ot the first publication hereof.
Hm BUne will be barred.
otv* at Miami. Florida, this 10th
01 November A D 199
JOSH RBI-HUN
As Executor
st publication of this
Ith day of November,
RBPHUN
rney for Executor
A'asliington Avenue,
ii Beach, Fla. 33131*
11/14-21-28. 12/5
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREIN ';'\ EN that
thi undel gned, desii i to
ii ii ider tin t titi ,n- i i
CAB \\ k UARI >E.\ AITS at
I 14511 s VV 187th Si Miami intends
i" i i- lei Id name u il b thi -
thi Cli ii Com i oi i... |< ,
Florida.
CABANA HARDEN APTS, O
li l--'l-:s 12 ;.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 74591.A
IN RE E lati :
SAM FINBMAN,
I.....11 -,!
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereb) given that I
have filed my Final Report and Pe-
tition for Distribution and Final
Ins. burl.-. as Executrix of the estate
of sa.\i FINBMAN, deceased: and
that on the Mb day of December,
i'.>'.!. will apply to tin- Honorable
County Judges of Dade County. Flor-
ida, for approval of said Final Report
and for distribution and final dis-
charge as Executrix of the estate of
the above-named decedent. This ith
day of November. 1969
RUTH FINBMAN. Executrix
SPARBER AND ROSKIN P. A
Attorneys for Executrix
180 North Biscayiie Boulevard
Miami. Florida
11/14-21-28 12 3
IN TKE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PnObsTE
No. 85J26
JOHN R. BLANTON
I EstH
CEI I \ STIASSNY n
CECII.I v ST1 VSSNY
\i PICE Tl > Cli EDIT'
T, VII i I All I
> lid
.-.
You .i" hei
ed to |. rll ,, ,|..
which .von may havi against the es-
tate of CEI IA STIASSN V n k a
CECILIA STIASSNY .......ased late
o\ I lade Countv i .,....,, ,,, n,,.
Comity Judges of Dade Count;
file the Name In duplirati
pri \ Ided In Section "33 IG, Florida
Statutes, in their offices In the C u
Courthouse In Dade County. Florida,
within six calendar months from the
timi of the first publication hereof, or
the same iii be barred
Dated at Miami, Florida, thii
day ol November, A l> 1989
RUTH ORt ISSMAN
BERNARD KINOEH
As Executors
Fust publication of this notice on
the List day of November. 1969
FRi >M HERi I, FROM HERH
& ROTH, PA
Attorneys for Executors
M-10S Blscayne Bldg ,
Miami, Hn.
11/21-28 12. :.-!-
notice on
1969.
,'HE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 63877. B
Estatu of
ANN MYF.RS
d.
lCE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
-ICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
[AND FINAL DISCHARGE
TICB is hereby given thut I have
Final Report and Petition for
button and Final Discharge ns
klatratrix of the estate of JULIA
IMYBKS, deceased; and that on
pth d.,y of December, 1969, will
to ti,.- Honorable Counts Judges
e County, Florida, for approval
Final Report and for dlstribu-
fid final ttiacharge as Adminla-
of the eatHtc of the above-
decedent. This 6th day of
fber. 1969.
(signed)
cecei.ia UcCORMICK
Administratrix
i: PAUL BEATTY
py
L BI^VTTY
kbol.l lluildillg
Florida 3J132
11/14-21-28, 12 i
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THK CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
NO. M-1B&39
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
DON ALU KIJCIN.
ilaintlff.
NATUCIJA KUBDi.
Defendant.
TO: NATURLIA KLEIN
Residence unknown
You. NATUU1JA K1.M1N. are here-
by notified that a Bill of Complaint
for Divorce, has been filed ngninst you.
and you are required to serve a copy
of your Answer or Pleading to the
Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiffs
attorney. SAMUEL E SMITH, 1513
Capital Hank Bldg., Miami. Florida
.13132 slid file the original Answer or
Pleading In the office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court on or before the
IMh day of December, 1969. If you
fail to do so, Judgment by default
will be taken against you for the
relief demanded in the Bill of Com-
plaint.
This notice shall lie published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami
Florida .this Gth day ot November
A 1) 1969.
B a LEATHERMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
By: C. P. COPBLAND
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
VON ZAMFT SMITH
1512 Capital [lank Bldg
Miami, Florida 3S132
.\ t torneya for Plaintiff
ll 14-21-28, 11' D
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HBRBBY OIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business uinbr the fictitious name
of CINO MARINE at 8700 S VV. 129th
Terrace, Miami, Fla. 33156 intends to
register said mime with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
BUOBNIO DIAZ MOLINA.
soi,. i ranter
II '14-21 -L'S. 12 t
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
NO. 69-19098
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
MURRAY' SCHNEIDER,
Plata tiff,
vs.
ESTHER KLEIN SCHNEIDER,
Defendant.
To: ESTHER KLEIN SCHNEIDER
1 St. Paul Court
Brooklyn, New Y'ork
You. ESTHER KIJSIN SCHNEID-
ER are hereby notified that a Bill of
Complaint for Divorce has been filed
against you. u'nd you are re serve a copy of your Ans-wer or
Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on
the Plaintiff's attorney, DAVID
THEOIHJRE BERO, ESQ., 801-6 Dade
Federal Building, 101 E. Flagler Street.
Miami. Florida 33131 and file the
original Answer or Pleading in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
on or before the 26th day of Decem-
ber, 1969. If >"u fall to do so. Judg-
ment by default will be taken against
you for the relief demanded fn the
Bill Of Complaint
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive wrecks
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE ANP ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, tins 17th day of November
A D. 1969
B B LEATHERMAN. Clerk
Circuit Court. 1 lade County, Florida
By: MARGUERITE KENT
11, put > Clerk
ii'Ircult Court Sea!i
DAVID THEODORE BERO, ESQ.
B0I -:. I tade Federal Building.
Miami. Florida
Fit 9-1414
Attorn.> for Plaint iff
I' L'l -28 12 12
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NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Ne. 69-7212
JAMES It. BELL,
Plaintiff,
vs.
BETTY LOU BELL.
I lefendant
TO: BETTY LOU HELL
li't", Brittlan Btreet
llenton Harbor. Michigan
You. BETTY LOU BELL, are here-
by notified thai a Bill of Complaint ,
for Divorce lias been filed against i
you, and you are required to serve a
copy of your Answer or Pleading to '
th.- Bill of Complaint on the 1 .aiiuiffs I
attorney, PAUL POLLACK, 1700 N.W.
.th Street, Miami, Florida and file the
original Answer or Pleading in the'
office of the Clerk of the Circuit I
court on or before the SOth day of |
December. 1969. If you fail to do ro
judgement by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the Hill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once j
each week for four consecutive weeks I
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, tins ZOth da) of November
A D 1989
E li LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
i 'In uit Court. Dade "ounts. Florida
H> MARGUERITE KENT
1 ..oil' v 1 'leli;
H ',!. uit "ourt S.al I
PAUL POLLACK, KSq
IT"" N \\ 7th Si i .
M i iml i'..a el..
Allot l ej for Hi.,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
'I All I tliloro and All Pei Hav-
ing 'laillls oi I., in ,: ||> Agil
Estti
v. ii are hi n bj notified and requh -
.!,, in*., .nrtcliiiins an,I de-
mand* which you ma> have against
late of KATE BERNSTEIN
- li k a KATE E I1ER.NSTEIN deceas-
ed late of l lade County. Florida to the
County Judge* of Dade County, ami
file lhe same in duplicate .and as pro-
vnbd in Section 733.16, Florida Stat-
utes, in their offices ,n the Countv
Courthouse in Dad.- County, Florida,
within six calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof,
or the same will be barrel
Dated al .Miami, Florida, this 24th
day of November. A D l!ii>
SHIRLEY BERNSTK1N BALEM
EDITH BERNSTEIN LIPBON
JBANNETTB BERNSTEIN KAHN
a/ka JEANNE BERNSTEIN KAUN-
AS Bxecutrlcen
First publication of this notice on
the 28th day of November, 1969
BPARBBRA ROSKIN
PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATK IN
Attorneys for Executrices
10 N Blscayne Boulevard
Miami. Fla.
II Js li 5-1S-19
i'
'-12-19
IN THE COUNTY JUUGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 85740
JuUgs Clark
-Y ANN PATTl >N
.....
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Pi rs. Hav-
t'lain i Said

. i ....
ol N'ANl 'Y AN \ P \'i"l IN tie-
Dadi County, Florida,
to tin
mil im
led in Sect
SI ,111!.--. in
Count) Courthousi I ;. Ci untj.
, la r m [
liuhll. ation
1 in. h ill be barred
at M ami, Fli rlda thin 6th
tlaj of .\o\ ember, \ 11 191
ORIN F PATTON
An Admlnlt trator
y plll.lt. at Ion f tin-
Hi. 1 lib day of November, 191
BEATTY, BURCH AND TRIPP
Attorneys for Administrator
1003 Seybold Building
Miami. Florida 33132
11 H-L'l-l'V \2 :.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 85798
In RE: Estate of
PEARL KAUFMAN
Deceas.-d
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persous Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Kstatei
You are hereby notified and required
tO pret^nt any claims and demands
which you may have against the es-
tate of PEARL. KAUFMAN deceased
late of Dade County, Florida, to the
County Judges of Dade County, and
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 69-19627
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
STEPHEN I. MIKOLA
Plaintiff.
-VS-
LAURA MIKl 'I.A
I lefendant.
Tl i LAURA MIKOLA
l Freeman Street
N.\\ llrunsu ek, Nev JerseJ
You, LAURA MlKi.I.\ ar< riereli
iintified that a Bill of Complain I for
Dlvorci hni hei n filed against you,
and \ i -u a;. ri quired '.....
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Hebrew U. Friends 'Woman Of Year'
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The selection of Mrs. Carrie
Hosen as Woman of the Year has
been announced by the Greater
Miami Women's Division of the
American Friends of the Hebrew
I'niversity. The award is given
annually to a Florida resident who
' as served her community through
, vie. cultural, educational and
I hilanthropic endeavors, Mrs, Sig-
mund Fogler. president, explained.
Mrs. Rosen, immediate past
president of the Miami Women's
Division, is a member of the na-
sonal board of the American
Friends of the Hebrew University.
First Mellah Mother of Women's
American ORT in Coral Gables
Woman of Valor and silver trustee
of State of Israel Bonds, founder
of the Jewish Home for th? Aped
of Greater Miami, board member
of Cedars of LeMhon Women's
Division. Mrs. Rosen is ;i past pres-
ident nf the Herzl Group of Ha-
dassah. and contributed one of the
Chagall windows at the Hebrew]
Unive-sity-H:idnssnh Medical Cen-
ter. She contributed funds for th"
entrance hallway of the Ruth and
Jack Popick Miami Humanities
Buildinr now under construction
at th- Hebrew University and do-
nated to the university's student
'oan fund. She is also a sponsor
of the Harry S. Truman Center
for the Advancement of Pea no.
Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff will
serve as chairman of the Woman
Of the Year luncheon, which will'
be held in the Fontainebleau Hotel
Friday, Dec. 19. it was announced.
Bramsons Announcing Bonnie's Engagement
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Bramson, 361
Sbon Drive North, Bay Heights,
announce the engagement ol thi
daughter, Bonnie, to Joseph Bruce
Milberg, son of Mr. and Mrs
Lester Milberg ol New York City.
A graduate of Coral Gabies High
School. Miss Bramson received her
Bachelor <>f Education degr~ from
the University of Miami an I
presently working towards h
Master's degree In Early C
hood Education at Band Si
College of Education in New Yo:
City. Her fiance attended Geoi \
Southern College and is present
associated with H. Hcntz and C
New York.
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August Wedding For Abby Breslow
The engagement of Abby Ann
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ring has been announced by her
parents. Mr. and Mrs. James Bres-
low, 5451 SW 62nd Ave.
A native Miamian. the bride-
' elect graduated from Coral Gables
MiL'h School and will receive her
Bachelor's degree in Educat'on
next June from Ohio State Uni-
versity, where she has served as
treasurer of Sigma Delta Tau so-
rority.
Her fianc. the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Julius Hell 'ng of Spring-
field, N.I.. received his A.B. degree !
from Ohio State University and is
oresently associated with Din ami
Bradstreet, New York City.
The couple will make their home
in New Jersey after their wedding
Aue. "MD.
MRS. C'AKIUK ROSEN
lariassah Fashion Show
The Sophie Tucker Chapter of
llladassah has scheduled a Jan. 14
luncheon, card party and fashion
Lhuw in the Arlen House, Mrs.
IM.inin. Hai nick, president, has an-
nounced. Fashions by Nat Allen or
Hollywood will be modeled by pro-
. ssional and Hadassah models;
(j-ccessories to complete the en-
i mbles will b? furnished by the
Molly and Kitty Boutique Shop
jn the Arlen House. Mrs. Sid
p-.cliw.irtz l.s chairman of the com-
mittee in charge of arrangements
(Sight Luncheon Tuesday
The Rhoda M. Levine Chapter
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Sreater Miami will hold a noon
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Mich! Gibson kindling the candles.
Comedienne Lotta T imres will er-
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the piano will be offered by Aide
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Wednesday. Jacob Katz will in-
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Pomeranta-Honigbaum, who will
selections from her book of poem-
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Fanny Qlbton is president.
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Bea Zucker. Sally Gold and Jennie
Duraon. {Catherine Lippman is the
chapter president.
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Wednesday in the Minyonaires
Synagogue. 3737 Bird Rd. Pro-
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singing, a package auction an! I
games. Mrs. Sonja Plotkin, ch lir-
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Acodemy Women Plon Porty
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Katz. president, has announced
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-Jewisfiacriditaw
Friday.-December 5.
Sunshine Card Party
A Chanukah Simcha luncheon
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Miami participants in the first "Operation
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kibbutzim and meeting toD Israeli officials)
included, from left, Mrs. Arthur Horowitz.
Mrs. Selma Ehrlich, Mrs. Morris Feldman,
Mrs. Burton R. Levey, Mrs. Irvb.g Wexler
and Mrs. Norman Cohan.
Jacob Adler Marks His 97th Birthday
While not exactly ageless, Jacob
Adler, who will mark his 97th
thday Friday, Dec. 12, is a
-old roan moving along se-
renelj and happily with his wife
of 7 i >( ars, ('
Known as the Jewish O. Henry,
r, whose column, "Das
Pint Brief." has b en published
in the Jewish Daily Forward for
- under the pen name of I?.
K< in of the best known
humorists in Jewish literature
Hi-; warm and humorous accounts
of the Telebend i family and their
rany neighbors have kept rea lers
laughing for years. Mr. Adler loves
life and ntghti r, according to
Henry B. Klein whose lather was
>ne of Mr. Adier's friends.
Mr. Adl r is still writin > poetrj
Mr, Klein porl s, in addition I i
- olumn each Sunday in the
Forward's humor section. "If he
received birthday cards Horn his
friends for the next 24 years, he
could live, with God's help, to be
120," said Mr. Klein.
Birthday cards may be addn
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Gulfport, Fla., which has been his
address for the past 33 years,
Women's ORT Party Women's Vrocrican ORT in the
More than 120 persons are ex- Eden ,;,)C Hotel Saturday, begin-
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Chanukah Theme For Hadassah
Man) of the groups of the
Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah
h ive meetings scheduled Mond iy.
A numb 'i' of them will h
cial observances of Chanukah on
Itheir i "grams, ii has tx en an-
nouno
Prof. Seymour I.icbman. author
[and historian, will speak on the
lopic "What's Wrong with Israel's
Public Relations?" at the luncheon
meeting of the Bay Harbor ii|)
hi the Ralmoral Hotel at noon
\\ inday. Mis. Belle Amrlur is the
roup's president.
The Kmmii Lusaras <;rmi|> will
lhave its lunch, on m-iting in the
Singapore Hotel Monday, with a'
Chanukah candlelighting service'
,1k! songs by Helen PrankeL Sally
Kaye will he at the piano.
*
A Chanukah candlelighting and,
sentation of "The Legacy of the
Past is the Promise of the Future"
i>> Mix. Solomon Botiepaii is on
'hr program of the Forte Townt
Croup's meeting in the auditorium
ol the North IJuildin Monday.
A social hour will follow the serv-
ing of refreshments at noon. Mrs.
Ja> IVrmer will he guest speaker.
Ida KlitP is program chairman: ,
Svlvia Danzig is president.
Tiie Henrietta S/.oUl Croup's
noon meeting Monday will be in '
the Algiers Hotel. A movie about
Israel will be shown and the draw-
conducted. Ann Melnick is pro-
gram chairman; Mi-.. Sol Green-
b rg is president.
"
Als i holding noon meeting in
'he Algiers Hotel Monday will be
the Israeli <.ronp. Guest speaker
win be Mrs. .iav Dermer; enter-
Tainment will be provided by Betty
Drachman, accompanied by Ol^a
Bibor St.rn at the piano." Sadie
Kaplan is program chairman; Mrs.
Esther Meyer is president.
The Lincoln Group will meet at
12:30 p.m. in the 100 Lincoln Road
club room. Mrs. Anne Levy will
report on the national convention
and a Sing-a-Long led by Mrs.
Mollie Spector with Rose Shaw at
the piano will follow the candle-
lighting ceremony. The group's
Hadassah Medical Center luncheon
will he held in the Seville Hotel
at noon Thursday. Dec. 11. Guest
speaker will he Mrs. Henry H.
in for the summer raffle will be
Wernick and Mrs. Marie Balaban
and her accompanist. "Ducky"
Duckman, will entertain.
A Chanukah candlelightinc;. cel-
ebration of the members' birthdays
and anniversaries and songs by
Shoshannah Raab are on the pro-
Kia-Ti Monday for the meeting of
the Morton Towers <. nup in the
Morton Towers restaurant, where
luncheon will be served. Program
chairman is Mrs. Hattie Wagner.
Treasure lions.' Croup will hold
a gala tea party at noon Monday
in the North Building, 7525 E.
Treasure Dr. Refreshments will he
served alter the traditional candle-
lighting ceremony. Mrs. S dn >
Monford is president.
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The ShaJoma Group will hold its
monthly meeting at noon Tues-
day in the Algiers Hot. 1. Members
will participate in a program on
Israel following the candlelighting
ceremonies. Mrs. .Joseph Ftappa-
port is program chairman: Mrs.
Frwin Shapiro is president.
The guest speaker at the meet-
ing of the I. It. Goodman B.4.P.
Croup at 8 pin. Wednesday. Dec.
17. in the Miami Beach Federal at
Nth St. and Washington Ave.. will
he Joseph Yanich, executive di-
! rector of the American Jewish
Congress, who made a visit to
Russia last summer. He will show-
pictures taken on his tour and dis-
cuss his Impressions of Soviet
[ country and people. The group will
al.so mark the birthday of Henri-
etta Szolrl. Hadassah's founder.
Gen. Aharon Yariv, the Israel Army's Chief of Intelligence,
(second from right) was guest speaker at the Pacesetters
Dinner of the 1970 Combined Jewish Appeal Israel
Emergency Fund campaign, held at the home of the cam-
paign's general chairman. Robert Russell (right). Sidney
Lefcourt and Shepard Broad, associate chairmen of the
Pacesetters Division, are at left.
'Monte Carlo Night* Set 1:;- in the so<,|al h;i11 of the con-
gregation, Men's Club president
A Chanukah "Monte Carlo ., .
Night" will he sponsored bv the U;"T> R<*luth has announced.
Men's Club of the Young Israelie program will include games,
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Chanukah Is Theme Of Activities At 4V
USO Award 6oes To Mrs. Louis Glasser
The Pest ol Chanukah is
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eight ueet -dii nights, another
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"The Golden Age of Spain." The
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for Dec. IT; the final lecture will
I e he d J n 14.
Arthur N Teil ilbaum. exocuth
ilirector of the Miami Chapter of
the Vnti-Defamation Lei
.' na B'rith, will moderate the dis-
ission of "Society in Crisis
and F r -dom Can We
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parents u the age of 12. He has
studied in Israel and was the re-
cipient of .i scholarship grant to
ard School of Music, where he
is studying under Ivan Galamian.
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dav at the Miami USO Center, in
recognition of her many years ol
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and sciences, in New York City, are (from left front) Shari
Pollack, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louie Pollack, Miami
Beach; Linda Zuckerman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Matthew
Zuckerman, Miami Beach; Sara Glixman. daughter of
Rabbi and Mrs. Ralph Glixman. Miami; (rear) Rhonda Kass.
daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Donald Kass. Miami Beach, and
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Friday, December 5. 1969

an
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Temple Sisterhood Art Exhibit Dec. 14
aces
MY BROTHER. THE MUSICIAN
The greatest concert that Toby (Mrs. Edwin'
Ansin ever attended was the recent benefit per-
:ormance of her brother. Bennett Lerner. at
Fk-th David South, which was also rated great"
bjL audience and critics alike. Bennett and his
wife. June, were houseguests of the Ansins, and
were able to gel some Florida sunshine out in
their backyard while the Ansin children. Andrew
end James, romped. Toby dec'ared she had loved
to hear Bennen practice, even when they were
Children, ba :k in Boston. He played by ear at the
^e of three, she said, so his formal training be-
_;in soon alter.
A champagne reception in the home of Dr.
and Mrs Harry Horwich followed the con
Of course Dr. and Mrs. Henry Lerner. parents
. f Bennett and Toby, were there, as were Toby's
-laws, the Sidney Ansins. Among the other
_u,sts were Dr. and Mrs. Nathan Glover, Rabbi
and Mrs. Sol Landau, Dr. and Mrs. Carlton
Tebeau. Mr and Mrs. Harold Berke. Dr. and
Mrs. Louis Coberman. Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Rosenberg, Dr. and Mrs. Davis Kasner. Mr. and
Mrs. Leslie Rachhne. Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Lubel.
Mr. and Mi-s. Robert Traurig and Mr. and Mis.
Morton Weinberger.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO YOU
Manny Zaiac said it was the very first time
his wife ever really fooled him. When Hilda made
her surprise birthday party plans for him. she
Jet him believe they were just going to spend
the evening with their friends. Gail and Leonard
Silverman. going on to their favorite Spanish
restaurant, El Baturro, after drinks at the Sil-
verman home. But when they reached the res-
taurant, the parking lot was so jammed, they
had to park a block away. Manny never sus-
pected, even though it never was that crowded
before. He was absolutely flabbergasted when
everyone yelled "Surprise!" as he entered the
restaurant, and here were most of his friends at
tables arranged in the shape of an "E."
The Zaiac children, Marcie, Marty and Joanne
_ave a cute skit they had written about their
dad, and strolling musicians provided background
music. (That is, the accordionist strolled; the
pianist stayed put!' The food was great, but
the birthday cake was exceptional: it was flaming
when it was brought in. Among the 80 guests
were Mr. and Mrs. David May. Mr. and Mi*.
Bennett Lifter. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Eiaenberg,
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Mandler. Mr. and Mrs.
\ Morrison, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Silbernnn.
Dr. Jerome Raim and his wife. Dr. Nina Ellen-
bocen, and another pair of doctor.-. Dr. Nai
Zaiac and his wife. Dr. Barbara Zaiac: also Mr
Mrs, Westley Krissel, Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Greenfeder, Mr. and Mrs. Harrj B Smith, Mr.
and Mrs Marty Hitzig, June and Stuart Ja<
and Vicky (Mrs. Joseph' Friedman, who is here
on a visit to her mother. Mrs. David Levin.
Everyone said Vicky, who used to live here be-
fore she mo\ to California, hasn't chang
" bit. We'd like to know if she thinks her friends
here have changed, but we're afraid to ask.
A NEIGHBORHOOD PARTY
Harry and Marilyn Smith gathered their
neighborhood friends together for an "evening at
home" to hear the marvelous stories Yehuda ben
Chorin. now "Israeli in residence" at Temple
Beth Sholom. tells about Israel. Marilyn and
Harry' have stayed with Yehuda and his wife.
Tikva. every time they have been in Israel, so
their friendship is long-standingbut not as long-
standing as that of Rabbi Leon Kronish and Mr.
Ben Chorin. for their friendship dates back to
school days. Both were intensely dedicated to
their religion and people, but Mr. Ben Chorin
chose to concentrate on the rebuilding of the
land, and went to Palestine as a Zionist before it
was a state, living there illegally. Among the
guests who listened to him. spellbound, were the
Arkins. Jules and Sandy. Stanley and Jill.
Maurice and Evelyn Esformes. David and Amy
Semes. Jerome and Norma Kipnis. and Rabbi
and Mrs. Kronish. It was after 1 a.m. when
Harry and Marilyn began gathering up the
dishes.
An International Arts Festival
will be sponsored by the Temple I
Beth Shajom Sisterhood Sunday.
Dec 14. in the temple's religious
school at 4G01 Arthur St.. Holly-
wood. An exhibition and sal.-, it
will be open from 10 a.m. to 10
p.m.
Among tha galWi^ ^v^^*
will h DeCinqii' Gallery of r me
Art. featuring Mast :-. Sch >
Paris nd American artists;
Gomblraki Studio and Gallery 3.
whose exhibit will contain th 19 I
Mend-! Collect:."' of Con! >m O-
rary Israeli Art. Rita Gombins
ntings and lithographs, with a
special, limited-edition lithograph
entitled "Israel." and a collection
Of Ju I lica and popular Israeli art.
In the collection will be original,
signed, numbered graphics (litho-
graphs, etchings, engravings and
woodcuts), oil paintings, drawings.
watercolors. sculpture ceramics.
I pottery and other.obiets dart.
A Special "Patron of th" Arts'
champagne preview will be held
Saturday night, preceding the of-
ficial opening. Mr.s. Douglas C
Kaplan is in charge of reserva-
tions.
Members of the International
: Arts Festival planning committee
. include Mrs. Robert Berman. Ms
Norman Bluth. Mrs. Burton Em-
mer Mrs Isaac Feller. Mrs. Jack
Frank. Mrs. Joanne Fcuerman.
Mrs. Henry Jacobs vt. Mrs. Ed-
ward Kaplan. Mis. Douelas K">
Ian. Mrs. Joe Lavrwltz, Mrs
j-ranccs JLrlhmi

.-.lbert E. Ossip was presented with a plaque
in recognition of his three years of devoted
service to the Bureau of Jewish Education
cl its recent annual dinner. He and Mrs.
Ossip are shown admiring a cake which
- as presented in their honor.
Isaac Toubin, executive vice president of
the American Association for Jewish Educa-
tion, installed the new officers of the Bureau
of Jewish Education at its recent annual din-
ner. He is shown with the Bureau's newly
elected president, Leonard Zilbert.
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The first "One? Shall'' ,
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A literary and muici! proeratfi
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Gibson of the Yiddish Art Theatre,
author *nd lecturer L Lasatfn
who wrffl he^in a new "Biblical an)
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Yiddish and Hebrew. sons by S-)..
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Towers Group To Fete Mrs. Mentz
Mrs. Emanuol Mentz will be
honored at a testimonial luncheon i
given by members of the Morton ]
Towers Group of Hadasah Sun-
day, Dec. 14, at the Algiers Hotel;
in recognition of her eight years
of sen-ice to the chaptor, four of,
which she has spor.t as president.
Miami Beach Mayor Jay Dermer :
and Rabbi Irving L/'hrman, spir-
itual leader of Temple Emanu-El.
will be guest speakers. Entertain-
ment will be provided for th.'
uncheon by Dor ithy Mondres, Isa-
Ixlle Heller, Jen Rosenberg nnd
Sadye PacMen. who will pri sent
"Memory Lane The Roaring
Twenties."' Betty DeWitt will b"
at the piano for the original
musical.
Mrs. Mentz, who has been active
in fund-raising campaigns in be-
half of Israel as well as Jewish
organizations, is a board member
of Temple Emanu-El"s Sisterhood,
and belongs to Hatikvah Chapter,
B'nai B'rith. Biscayne Chapter.of
ORT, Fi?ht for Sight. BrandeU
University, Sisterhood of Temple
Beth Raphael, 15C0 Women's Club
and the Women's Club of Mort Ml
Towers North.
Mrs. Henry B. Wernick is serv-
ing as chairman of the luncheon.
Her committee includes Bess Ba-
ruch, Cy Bea Goldworn,
Ros nbl T >by Schachter,
Hannah Schoeman, Frieda Toi>ey
m.d Ann Zuckerm in.
Prune Roll Makes Holiday Treat
The calendar says the year is
u-aning. It's Chanukah time ... a
t.me to bring the fragrance of
-pices and buttery home-baked
treats into the kitchen once again.
Tender pitted prunes add a
Social magic. Their rich flavor
ind chewy texture are just right
in the filling of a fruit and nut
pastry roll topped with a spicy
cinnamon-sugar g'aze. The family
will love the combination of flaky
butler uastry W0 hearty prunes
ind nuts for dessert or as a coffee-
time or after-school treat.
Prunes have a special affinity
for spices, so here's a modern ver-
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.Marinate prunes in sweetened tea
enhanced with cinnamon stick.
cloves and tansy wine vinegar. No
c joking is needed for today's moist
pitted prunes to absorb the fra-
rarrt flavors. Serve these easy
spiced prunes at breakf ;st or for |
".( h or as a ;amish or relish
me '- at linner time. And
, fcr a dessert th it bridges the
seasons, serve them over orange
sherbet.
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Pastry
2 cups flour
2 tablespoons sugar
1 teaspoon salt
M> cup butter
1 egg yolk
1 tablespoon lemon juice
3 tablespoons milk
Filling
4 cup apricot preserves
1 package (12 oz.) Sunsweet
Pitted Prunes, chopped
':. cup finely chopi>ed pecans
Toppinc
1 egg white
1 tablespoon sugar
V* teaspoon cinnamon
For Pastry: Sift dry ingredients
together, cut in butter. Boat cjg
yolk, lemon juice nnd milk lightly,
itir into dry ingredients until well
nixed. Form into a bull and chill
it l< asl half an h lur.
Filling: Heal [tn s rves until
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2 packages < 12 oz. each I
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2 cups strong hot tea
1 cup sugar
1 cup wine vinegar
12 cloves
1 two-inch stick cinnamon
Place prunes in 2-quart glass or
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Sara Aviani. one of the Israel;
S:ars who will be featured in
ll e third edition of the "Israeli's
.*-:e Coming," a show sponsor-
ed by the Jewish National Fund
:.. the Miami Beech Auditorium.
Saturday evening. Dec. 20.
Snmuel Fershko. will again be
the producer of the show.
F llowiri the Friday n
': of
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Mrs. Grossman ivill h
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April is president of the cl
Sun Editor Speaker
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Phone 534-0001
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publish) : -:" the M Sun.
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in the 1200 Building it
follow ii '
thi in th : 'i
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for tl- : 18 years,
celebrated their 58th wedding
anniversary Thanksgiving Day.
Mr. Brooks f the foui
S -'iv -st Jewish Center
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temple.
Arlene Carol Mobs, daughter
Mrs. Maria Moss, 14601 NW
a- w the direct >r ol
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Ritiiih Siilta. the "friendly
: in liMlte Edward Klein's
Co rt of K> cord, is being
kept in traction during his con-
finement in South Miami Hos-
p His wifi it >sallnd, r >m-
' vi en h bedside and
that of h neei Mi-
ni William Friedman, wh i
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Mr. and Mrs. Daniel S. Dub-
bin, 6520 Allison I- in v rel
Friday. December 5, 1969
bests at a recent private formal
dinner honorinK Dr. Imnianuel
jakohovitH. Chltl Rabbi of the
British empire.
The first family reunion of tlio
South.-rn branch's distafl ride
hosted by Mr. and Mrs. Junes
W. (ireeii at their South Miami
home, was atu-nded by 20 fam-
ily members, Including Mr. and
Mrs. Benjamin Gindy, Mr.
>irs. \ai Frank, Mr. and Mrs.
Bdwia (.raliam. Mr. and Mrs.
Manuel Joarioff. Mr- and Mrs.
Stanley Wasman, Mr. and Mrs.
Roger Wiwman, Mr. and Mr*, j^
s^ph Kndniek, Mr. and Mrs. svd.
nev stHiilterg and Mr. and Mr,
Alex Voungerman.

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president \rthnr s. Parrish at
the Miami Board of BealtorsJ
."0th annual installation banquet
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Other incoming WRcers
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Housing For Senior Citizens Project Of
Newly Formed Federation Committee
On the basis of the Mndlnga of
a 90*day survey of the needs of the
< Idorly in the South Beach ana.
a Committee on Housing for sen-
ior Citizens has bean formed by
the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion, its president. Milton Weiss,
has announced.
This key Federation committee
will work with all governmental
and private organizations, both lo-
cal and national. Mr. Weiss indi-
cated, exploring all possibilities for
the provision of low-cost housing
for the residents <>t the South
Shore area community.
Leo Kisenstein will bo the chair-
man of the committee, Mr, Weiss
announced And the group working
with him will include L. Jules
Arkin, Martin Fine, David B. Flee-
man, Max Mansfield, Abe Solosko
and Marshall Wise.
Information for the three-month
Rurvty was gathered by the South
Deach Projccl Office, which has
now been closed, Mr. Weiss said.
He and Jewish Family and C'hil-
'di> n's Si rvice president. Walter
FalU. issiK d a joint statement on
tin- eli sing of the South Beach
office, blaming it on the lack of
referrals by residents and organi-
, zalions ii; the community.
"In the three months that the
South Beach office was open, a
j total of .''.0 inquiries were made."
Ihey said. "There joint feeling ol
; botii the Federation and the jfcs
was that all cases in t'ne South
Beach an a could be handled i>\
'the JFCS office which has facili-
ties in the Mercantile Bank Build-
ing on Lincoln Road."
Federation and iis agencies are
continuing a program of constant
rest arch, Mr. Weiss declan d, in
:i:\ i fforl lo pro\ ide reliable data
on the ii' i ils hi ii. v nior cit i.* ns
in the area. He urged all reside! -
and organizations concerned wll .
individuals and families in need of
help to contact Ihe JKC'S olli .
"The Committee on Housing lor
Senior Citizens," Mr. Weiss cusV-
mented. "will help broaden me
areas of collaboration among Ft I-
eraTiCn r\:yn<\: < servicing the ag d
and increase governmental con-
cern in this n,id. But apart fr.
; the- scientific and i eonomic aspects
'> the proI>1, m, toe keynote' es that
' so me n and women ai I
community's elders the' aged lo
whom we have the ivsponi ibility
e>! care and attention. It is .
1' sponsibilit} which is old <-
0U1 re iiL,o.ii a. e! ms !;-, nl as
's ciologv."
IfO EtSiNSTtIN
Rabbi Appears On Ch. 7
Kabbi Sholom D. Lipskar. prin-
ipal of Oholei Torah Pay School,
'I Raftbi Phineas Weber.nan.
intn.il leader of Congregation
hev Shalom, will be on a panel
-cussing problems and solutions
mtxiern Jewish education on
L'hannel 7 Sunday morning. Rabbi
in ih C.iplan of Sky Lake. Syna-
igue will serve as moderator.
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Friday, December 5, 1969
JaJiw-s Mazer
ALAN SKIF
Alan, son of Cantor and Mrs.
Abraham Scif, 1339 Flamingo Way.
Miami Beach, will be called to the
Torah Saturday, Dec. 8, to share
the pulpit with his father on the
occasion of his Bar Mitzvah at
Kneseth Israel Congregation.
An eighth grade student at the
Hebrew Academy of Greater Mi-
ami, he particiates in the school's
Senior Choir.
The celebrant will be honored at I
the Kiddush following the services. [
Among the honored guests at-}
tending the celebration will be
Mrs. Sally Feldman, Mr. and Mrs !
Joe Feldman, Mr. and Mrs. iocs
Bregman. Dr. and Mrs. Jerome i
Raim, Cantor and Mrs. Zvi Adler |
and Cantor and Mrs. Jacob Born-
stein.
ROBERT MISHAEL
Robert "Isaac, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Ralph Mishael. 9115 SW
17th Ter., will become Bar Mitz- \
vah at Temple Or Olom Saturday
morning. Dec. 6.
Robert is a student at Rockway i
Junior High School, where he is ;
in the eighth grade.
Following the services, the cele-
brant wiil be honored at a lunch-
eon hosted by his parents in the
Waldman Hail.
Among the honored guests will j
be Robert's aunt. Mrs. Yehoshua
Okabi Levy. Robert's aunt, who is
comine from Jerusalem to attend
the celebration.
JEFFREY DAXZIC.ER
Jeffrey, the son of Dr. and Mrs
Paul Danziger. will become Bar
Mitzvah at Both Torah Congrega-
tion Saturday morning. Dec. 6.
A member of the National Jun-
ior Honor Society. Jeff is in the
eighth grade at John F. Kennedy
Junior High School.
The celebrant will be honored
Saturdav night at a reception and
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dinner in the Diplomat Country i
Club.
Present for the celebration will
be Mr. and Mrs. Morris Garber of I
New York, and Mr. and Mrs. Her- j
bert Danziger of North Miami
Beach, Jeffs grandparents.

EDDIE BABROCAS
At Beth Torah Congregation |
Saturday morning. Dec. 6. Eddie. I
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Alberto I
Barrocas of North Miami Beach,
will be Bar Mitzvah.
Eddie is a student at the Hebrew
Academy of Greater Miami, and a
nvmber of its Student Council.
Following the services, a recep- j
tion will be held in honor of the
celebrant at the Four Ambassa-
dors.
JEFFREY SKOLNICK
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz will
officiate at Temple Menorah Sat-
urday morning, Dec. 6. when Jef-
frey, son of Mr. and Mrs Albert I
Skolnick, 7620 Center Bay Dr..
North Bay Village, becomes a Bar
Mitzvah.
Jeffrey is an eighth grade Stu-
dent at Nautilus Junior High
School, where he plays trumpet in
the school band.
A Kiddush will be held in the
social hall following the services
and the celebrant wfl b-1 honored '
at a reception and dinner Satur-
day evening in the Seville Hotel.
JAMES MAZER
James, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Hyman Mazer, will become Bar
Mitzvah Saturday. Dec. 6, during
the Mincha Service at Temple
Emanu-El.
A student at Ida M. Fisher j
Junior High School, where he is in i
the eighth grade, James plays j
viola and is an outstanding art i
student.
Among the honored guests at ;
the celebration will be Mrs. Sarah
Mazer and Mrs. Gussie Sharfman.
grandmothers of the celebrant.

BENJAMIN BRANT
Benjamin, the son of Dr. and
Mrs. Larry Brant of North Miami
Beach, celebrated his Bar Mitzvah
at Beth Torah Congregation on
Saturday. Nov. 15.
A seventh grade student at John
F. Kennedy Junior High School.
Benjamin will continue his He-
brew education at the Harold
Wolk Religious School.
A reception in honor of the cele-
brant was held at the Diplomat ,
Hotel. Benjamin's grandparents, '
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Brooks, were
among the guests attending the
festivities.

JASON POLANSKT
Jason, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Milton Polansky. became Bar
Mitzvah at Beth Torah Congrega-
tion Saturday afternoon. Nov. 15.
Robert MWuwl Jeffrey Dn*i*er
i Jason plays saxophone in the
j concert band of John F. Kennedy
I Junior High School, where he is
in the eighth grade. He attends
Beth Torah's Harold Wolk Relig-
ious School, and will continue his
Jewish education there.
The celebrant was honored at
a reception in the Grist Mill. The
guests included his grandparents,
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Klein.
Hebrew Club Sets Program
Moadon Ivri of Miami Beach.
Hebrew language and culture club,
will celebrate Chanukah at 8:30
p.m. Sunday with a cultural and
educational program at 100 Lin-
coln Rd.. featuring the mandolin-
guitar trio of Sarah Kosovsky,
Mollie Etinger and Albrt Mende-
low. and a brief eulogy for the de-
ceased Judah Burla, Israeli lau-
reate, by Noah Soffer. Leon Se-
gal will introduce the speaker, Dr.
Joseph Diamond, whose topic will
be "New Directions in Jewish
Education.'' Dr. Diamond is a
former director of the Bureau of
Jewish Education in Toronto.
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Friday. December 5, 1969
+Jcnistt rhricti tr
Marine Corps To
WASHINGTON fJTA Gen.
iv:rd Chapman. Jr.. the U.S.
. ine Co-p< Con lant, hns
' I n fwpnal investigation
c tnat M
. iy.c jitl tie i ) >ii: from
;- > .....n ;i-\*e ..'fibers at tho
island, S.C.. ,I>1 u Ine basej
use hen* 'Jfcv***!)
' The investigation was request-l
>' by the Jewish War V?terans
R !'., M.->.:) Biagjji, (D-
\'V. i l>n*Vrht ;'.i'c:i.- to light.
p. Biaj|aiclMfih id evidence
! it th|^Jiiu^4-\vho' nam?;
\\;U*rttJ4, .et,_his mothi':-'-
post, (xl&SJTisU-i u "1 for per-'
' ti> n sj>ftluj >'" !':: f"!th
. rt that "^fi^S^mi'ic hans<-
nl ani jfflys'cal assaults
ised him to suffer a mental
. ..'ukdown, for which he is pn s-
tly undergoing treatment at
S'ew York St ite ment 'I hos-
i.:al. The-, tvcrtiit had been dls-
Page 25-B
Investigate Charge 12th Anniversary
ror Yoiins Israel
Charged last July "/or me on-
venience of the government.-'
A Marine Carps spoHaitnxn
r'nqounc -d that Jby a:: .-..,; )g
r!i::i"rf'and
thp reults or ihr- Investigation
Igimkui kngw-n ihe c
'"^rtdftejg.n.^Rfco; He-fa
Isi'viT-'Upp*. JS
"The ^mjnnaTO.m
' '' ^:'htf'4tf^Nj!y -"':-
treat-v.'iit .f :i:..y jBfcnWw'u-it-
'-. his stattjSj" yif>spokesman
added. "Ever) cas :' alleged
maltreatment sportsd to him is
investigated and ^appropriate
notion including dwitilinary
action where wa -ranted is
taken."
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1969 Jewish Year Book
Spotlights 'Awareness'
NEYV YORK (\KJNSJ -The 19PP
:ssue of the Amei can J wish Y >ai
Book focuses on J'wi.sii awarenesr
l,r...C), arti(.io| .ipwish Kdii
~>tm_A(, whw?u "Oncerfiinf
Jewish Theology in North Amer
lea: Some Notes on a Dwale." ant*
"Intergrouo Rokiti'"-s and Ton
sions in the United St:ts. 19B8."
The 463'page hook-., published b'
the American Jewish Commit tor
and th" Jewish Publication* SwH
tv of America, aleo contains r
compendium i>f events and gt 'tis
ties on Jewish population data
civil and political issues and na-
tional and international Jewis'
affnirs.
Wometco Theatres
Young Israel of Greater Minn
; wll1 celebrate the 12th awrtWecsarj
Its fnundm<; at a 1> miiiet Iq
Pontainebleau Hotel Sunday,
lDbc. 21, Aaojob L. ChewwfsrW,,,
-i-'.'urhas amioi'iieoct. .' **j?
* ^P
r.fTjjfr"' Weinsart^ Jfts bean
nnmecT chairman of the event
which will be attended by some
IOC persons. The dinner c immit-
tee Includes Kin.-si Field, Milton
Gottlieb;.William Kreuter, Dr. Sol
Nussbaum and Louis Rosenberg.
Rabbi Naftali Porush is spiritua1
leader of the North Miami Bea"b
congregation, located at inn n;-"
"1st St. Sisterhood Drcsidnnt is
***.. I '"i.'.-d Siderskv: Bnrry
Rosenbluth serves as president of
the Men's Club.
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regation conducts weekday ind
nursery school, and is sponsoring
Sunday religious school classes, a
vn'ih activities program and a
Roy Scout Troop.
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in held Hieir twenty-seventh
annual dinnei this past Sunday
evening at the Fontainebleau
Hotel. Albert 1-.'. Ossip, retiring
ureau president, was honored.
. ii this special occasion Mrs.
ssip chose an Iced blue floor
ingth gown with a matching
coat. Both the coat ami gown
were trimmed at tho neckline
with a deep band of blue bugle
ads.
Co-chairmen lor the event
Wi re Leonard Zilbert and Mrs.
Henry Wernick. Mrs. Wernick's
pun and matching coat coni-
bined champagne and gold into
striking brocade. Her neck-
line was a modified cowl. Mrs.
Xilbert was sun dancing in a
brocade gown which combined
sdver and iced blue. Her neck-
line was the classic, high jewel.
and her bracelet length sleeves
were cuffed with mink,
Mrs. Jack Katzman wore a
ral silk gown with a jewel
trimmed high rolled neckline.
Mrs. Fred Ossip's choice was a
- a foam green brocade. Mrs.
1 an HelKi's cocktail ensemble
was in beige with embroidered
ik : lowers scattered over tho
> -- and waist length jacket.
i Hans Qssip chose a bro-
de which combined an almcst
tangerine color with told.
Mrs. Jerry Sokolow s. lected a
pants ensemble for the evening.
It was of a sheer imported voile
with a print in ombred shades
of orange on black. Her tunic
featured the halter shaped neck-
line and an enlarged bonier
print at its hem. Another of the
guests whose choice was the
popular pants ensembles was
Mrs. Arthur Brown. Hers was in
black silk crepe with a dccolette
V neckline on the slecvcli ss
tunic top. The pants followed
the flared leg silhouette. Mrs.
Jay Dernier, wife of the mayor
of Miami Beach, wore a white
sheer wool cocktail ensemble.
The dress had a high, original
styled neckline, and was belted
in self-fabric. Hit jacket featur-
ed rhinestone butons which
closed far over to one side.
Mrs. Ben Essen was in a
stunning white silk crepe en-
semble. The dress and matching
coat were cut in the street
length, and were encrusted with
jewels around the high neck-
line, waistline, around the collar
and down the front of the
cardiga.ii styled coat, and also
banded the hemline. Mrs. Wil-
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Temple Ner Tamid Sisterhood president Mrs.
Jack Greenberg, left, Mrs. Harry Kastan.
chairman of the Book Review Committee,
Sisterhood treasurer Mrs. Adolph Green-
baum, and Mrs. Charles Abramson, a Sis-
terhood board member, are shown with
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz, who will present
a review of Chaim Potok's best-seller, "The
Promise," at 11 a.m. Tuesday as part of the
Ner Tamid Adult Education program.
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH =
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OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADz
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 69-19981
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In RE IM.it.' "I
SAM I LI. KM .MB It
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and Ml Persons H 1 -
liiK Claims or Demands Against s
Estate:
V'.u are hereby notified and r -
quired '" present any claims end de.
man.in which you may have agafMl
the eslati "i s.uii 1.1. balUbn ue-
ceased late "i Dade County, Florida,
. to in.' County Judges ..i Dade Count
and file the aame In duplicate and aa
provided In Section 733.16, Florida
. staiuies. in their officea In th
County Courthouse In Dade County.
Florida, within .-i\ calendar months
from the lime .'f the flrat pubitoatl
hereof, or the same ill be barred
Dated .ii Miami. Florida, thla Ind]
day of December, A.D. 199.
DAVID KM MBit
As Executor
First publication of ibis 'notice ->^
the :.th dav ..f December, 1969.
AUTIH'lt J. WOI.KSON
Attorney for Executor
4(15 ltisciivne HuiKlinK
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Miami, Florida, Friday, December 5, 1969
Section C

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By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Chanukah is not a major holiday, but it is
beloved and abreast of modern times. It even
reaches out in a humble way symbolically in
the Menorah to the worlds of outer space. It
was Josophus who wrote 2.C00 years ago that
the seven branches of the Menorah stand for
the seven planets.
Everyone has his favorite holiday. Th >
cantor and choir put on their supreme per-
formances on Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur
and some like that. But who can say which is
the more important? Simehas Torah. one of
the so-called lesser holidays, has become a
great favorite lately in Russia. Jews there
who apparently had forgotten they were Jews
somehow seem to gither in Moscow and other
Russian cities on that joyful day and dance in
the streets to honor the Torah. It may be that
Simehas Torah will prove the savior of Juda-
ism in Russia. The Soviets can suppress fast-
ing and praying, but how can they suppress
dancing? Such is the power of joy.
The movie star, Edward G. Robinson once
told this writer that Chanukah is his favorite
Jewish holiday. He has a clause in his contract
that no matter how he may be employed, he
must be released to participate in the annual
Israel Bond Chanukah Festival in Madison
Square Garden.
Chanukah is a joyful holiday. So is Purim.
but Chanukah is better than Purim, because it
is eight days long and Purim is only one day.
We are on a diet, so we can't eat many
Chanukah latkes, but the joy of the Chanukah
of childhood still lingers. I remember how my
father told the story of Judas Maccabeus en-
tering the temple after his victory. He found
a cruse of oil sufficient only to light the Me-
norah for a day, but miraculously, it lasted
for eight days.
Then father gave me a penny and said,
"That is good for only a day. Make it last for
eight."
The Chanukah story has its great appeal
not because it is so unusual, but l>eeause it is
so usual. It could have happened as it did
2.ICO years ago or 100 years agoand it could
happen tomorrow.
It's the old story o! one of those dictator-
type guys with the God complex. The Book of
Maccabees says that Antiochus had no regard
for God and regarded himself as God.
No civilized pcrsjn llRes a dictator. We
don't even like the so-called benevolent dic-
tators, if there are such things.
It recalls to us a Yiddish story about a
young fellow who was in financial trouble. He
wrote his father asking for help, winding up
his letter with the sentence, "Send me a hun-
dred dollars."
The father couldn't read, so an acquaint-
ance was asked to read it to him. When he
reached the concluding sentence, "Send me a
hundred dollars," he read it in an unsympa-
thetic, cold and disapproving tone.
The father was indignant, "What nerve,"
he said. "Just tells me to send him a bundled
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Bj SAMUBL I- HABKK
Executive Vice Chairman
.Joint Distribution Commit t-e
This year the American Jewish
Joint Distribution Committee is
completing the 20th year of Its
JDC Malbcn program in Israel.
For the pasi two decades the Jrx'
lias had the responsibility for ear-
in- for the aged, chronically ill
and handicapped who emigrate to
Israel. H has provided a wide
range of comprehensive medical
care and social welfare services
for more than 250,000 persons
one out of every seven newcomers
to Israel.
The network of country-wide in-
stitutions and services created and
develop d over the past two di -
ades, largi Ij with funds from the
Twenty Years Of Service
In IsraelJDC-Malben
Micha school for deaf children uses newest tech-
niques in training hard-of-hearing children. Micha
is one of the several voluntary agencies concerned
with physically and mentally handicapped chil
which are helped by JDC-Malben.
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Friday, December 5, 19B9
9>JewUI) HorldHain
Page 3-C
cosl
United Jewish Appeal, has
more Chan $170 million.
JDC established its Malben pro-
gram for the thousands of agiit.
chronically ill and handicapped
immigrants who were nterfng the
ewiy established state which hai
i pened its doors to all Jews every-
where, without regard to their
stale of health or financial status,
in 1949. More than 500.000 immi-
grants poured into the country
during its first three years as a
nation. They came from the bleak
DP camrs in Kurope, from the
squalid phettos of Moslem coun-
tries in North Africa and Asia, and
entire Jewish communities were
evacuated to Israel from Iraq,
Libya ami Y< men.
With the most mi arer of pcr-
i belongings th< j ante, bring-
ing with the :i tli.ii young and old.
sick a-' disabled,
i located and illiteiat skill, d ai d
untraui iousam
; from blind]
iiflc!i->::.,> ,. .: itritioi a id a host
of".otl handicaps a dlspropoi -
tionaj numbei ol I fver
63, and many of thesi v. re the
survivors Ol .-. families
who had perished i:i ttx holocaust.
To enable the stati of Israel to
cope with the complex problems
involved in the absorption of these
thousands of immigrants, JDC
n took i!'. r the responsibil-
ity for caring for the aged, the
chronically ill and the handicapped
. wcomers. From an initial crash
program to pn .. lt< r, food
and medical can services fi r th. m
the scope of Mi-vices was i
in just eight short years to a
comprehensive plan by which the
organization was operating 23 in-
stitutions in Ik communities by
1957. Included in this list were
1,800 hospital beds for the chronic-
ally ill. 5.000 beds for the aged, 23
sheltered workshops for handi-
capped persons, and a demonstra-
tion center for the rehabilitation
of mentally reiaided adolescents.
By 1989. 20 years after the in-
ception of JDC Malben, many of
the services and programs had
been succi S! j i. gi, ted into
the health and so. ial welfan
ti ms ol the country, servii
only new immigrants bul
\ li I residents. N w
appi oachi s wei i Uiii odu d tin
fields of g< riatrii care, the i
the chronically and men! illy ill,
: the handicappi I.
A community appr >a<' v
troduced in the Ial which
was designed to nab. Iderly
to remain In th \\ horn is long
as. they were not B '.9(19 a
wide spectrum >: i lunitj serv-
ices had beer 'loped in co-
(('oiitinuod on T.iif" r?-C)
GREETINGS
GOLDI'Aim &
ASSOCIATES
REALTORS
Specializing in
COMMERCIAL and INDUSTRIAL
REAL ESTATE
6925 BISCAYNE BLVD.
Ph. 757-7631
HOLIDAY GREEiFNGS
FROM
ZIVP
SPORTi\G GOODS
7230 Red Roed, So. Miami
Phone 665-3534
A Happy Chanukah To All
"Xftr***.^:***.^^.,^ is^si:
May the Happiness of
This Festive Season
of
CHANUKA
"The Feast of Candles"
Gladden the Hearts of All Jewry
One ol the Nation's Oldest and Largest
Dade Federal Savings)
S. AND IOAN ASSOCIAtlON Of MIAMI ^S?'
JOSEPH M. UPTON. Qhairman
HOLIDAY HUNTERS
5830 SUNSET DRIVE, SO. MIAMI 666-2516
7432 DA0ELAND MALL 667-2524
A VERY HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL
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Phom 538-5
*"'. i.'i. Si = i i i *.*..
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16295 BISCAYNE BLVD.
1604 WASHINGTON AVE.
North Miarri Beach
i U Y.VX
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P P I
SALES MANAGER
of
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B ishes His Many Friends
or cr
L/eru s^Jiappxt \m~rhonnhah
*ppy
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Sincere (AJisnes for ^/r ad
WINDOW SPECIALISTS
"SERVICE WE'RE PROUD OFI"
Maintenance Inc.
REPAIRS AND MAINTENANCE OF ALi TYPES
WINDOWS AND JALOUS.ES
Complete Stock of Rep/ocemenf Parts
190 N E. 79th STREET MIAMI, FLA. 33138
Phone 751-4584
"A MATTER OF GOOD TASTE" CALL 379-7661
OPEN DAILY LUNCH FROM 11:30 A.M. TILL 10 P.M. SATURDAY TILL Z A.M.


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*Jenis* FkrSdlian
Friday, December 5, 1959
^T)c~t lAJiskes for ki
L cry \^J~lapp\j Km^mUMuhah
Westchester National
Bank of Dade Countv
8585 CORAL WAY
MIAMI
BEST .'. SHE5T0ALL
; < a, ...-,.-.-. CHANUKAH
COASTAL MERCHANDISING CO.
16295 N.W. 16th COURT, MIAMI
HOWARD PREUSS
Picture shows the teenagers at the YM-YWHA of Greater Miami working on
on signs for the Youth Rally.
HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
HALLETT PONTIAC
6701 SOUTH DIXIE HIGHWAY
Phone: 667-7501
KIRBY VACUUM CLEANING Co. of MIAMI
990C N. W. 7th AVENUE
Phone 696-9887
EXTENDS TO THE ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY
A VERY HAPPY CHANUKAH HOLIDAY
HOLIDAY SHEETINGS
G4R AUTO SERVICE
Aw^emebtl* Air Cond K*Mft
iilts S*'> :t lntHat;on
COMPIFTE AUTO REPAIRS
Tr*nmiiM Turn Up
P nt nd oy Work
Same Location 24 Years
3J5I BIRD ROAD CORAL CASIES
Holiday Greetings
_ the ;" Counity
MR. MARSHAL STERN
FAMILY
DRUGS
1810CN.E. 19th Avenue
North Miami Beach
Phone 945-1131
HAPPY HOLIDAYS
PARRISH
AUTO SERVICE
7305 S W. 41 STREET
223-1513
.;. Greet kjs To The Jew sh Coun -.
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r_- "- s New tirade Pooling,
1 Your He :.>> -?i '
CALL TODAY FOR FREE ESTIMATE
944-4964 1028 N E. 151st S;. No. Miami
Have fun ... Keep trim on a
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DISTRIBUTOR
630C N W. 77th COURT
SERVICE
S58-2371
hOL DA> -"E; '. f ." : '
THE '' CHAEt BUTTER FA
Miami Maide Sportswear Company
3314 N W. 32nd AVENUE
SAIL XEVFCU & ASSO~ IM\
166C N E. 123rd Street
;c?.TH m:av:
rhcas 55: ::::
4 HAPW CHANUKAH TO Ml
NMH II DADi: WELDING
510 N.I. 167th Stree* North Miami Beach
Phone W1 7-5309
Saks Servhe Paris Accessories
FAST REPAIRS ON ALL MAKES
MACK CYCLE
5995 Sunset Drive, South Miami
NecrU.S. 1 661-8363
^CITIZENS
ml NATIONAL BANKS
Hw '" "* ~' C^w.Uhi. Pm*~ ** Urn***
/)*! lDsLs for a
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Friday, December 5, 1369
*'. hni%& fhridHan
Jewish Tradition Never Glorified Violence
Page 5-C
By BEN RATAN
The Imj act pi jfcnericao fr< e-
donj on Jewish customs is re-
eted in two I mci ts ol the
i I vance <>i Ch mi kah whirh
' almosl c tail ly be dis-
! by th th itiea who
>i thro igh the c nl ;. ies
I : ribed
i thentic ,: ,- i
' first of th. in- nta is
t.i trensformati in ii the i > jht-
'- ( hai ka i.:.
lerican Jew
I itral gy to
the < ;
I u ;hly c :ed
hen ol .. as.
I .. tians i
.- i- larization I en eial-
plead yea
Christ be put bat* Christ-
mas, DUt to, A .;, ... ,. h
Is Uv V le II lay is
rightly seen as r to J. w -
Ish integrity. Th< .. r. sponse has
teen to hoist Chanukah into
a counter-celebration, complete
with rifts for each ol the eight
days, although mercifully minus
the "Chanukah bush" which
once \m |y lisfj |
American Jewish

traditi n holds thai I
ol Lights commemoral e
fh- r< di (lievttnn *f th" "temple
ii Jerusal m aft. r it was
fill by the heath, ns wl n Jews
were l Ing hai assi d by the Syr-
during the j a s of 168 I i
163 !) lore the Common :. i. It
also i omm morati a the sti
11 li"'- -'':.....abe< s to ov rthrow
tl tyranny o1 Antioch !
s, a icl i if arms which
iuth ril consi .is
os ble the i
ol th i thical monothi i m
of all sten religions. As
with the h lidaj Is the mar-
of the n di dication of the
n only one
jar ol oil was fo ind unpr< I
and was th. refon us. d. This
burn. .1 for i ight da s, ';i\ ing rise
to the custom of lighting a fr sh
candle for each of the eight
days.
The other elemi nl dates far-
ther back than the American ex-
perience the stress on the mili-
IT IS WITH PLEASURE WE EXTEND
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL FROM
MISHCON FAMILY
MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA
HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL
ADVERTISING MATS
Plastic Ad Plates Thermo Set Printing Plates
Electrotypes # Stereotypes Printing Plate Service
PRINTING PLATE SERVICE
GIEGER ELECTRO & MAT SERVICE CO.
636 S.W. 2nd AVEUNE Phone 226-9661
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
BARTON'S Bonbonniere

Phone 538-0409
532 LINCOLN ROAD MALL
211 E. FLAGLER STREET
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
CARI/S CAMERA SHOP
7401 COLLINS AVENUE UN 6-3733
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO THE ENTIRE
JEWISH COMMUNITY
SUTTON OPTICAL SERVICE
810 LINCOLN LANE
Phone: 534-0539
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
GULF STREAM CARD COMPANY
310 N.W. 71st STREET, MIAMI Phone 754-1330
SINCEREST WISHES FOR A HAPPY HOLIDAY
THE EMBERS and EMBERS TAVERN
245-22nd ST., MB.
JE 8-4345
144th & BISCAYNE, Miami
Ph. 949-242i
I try asp cl of th< ;. an
fgl rhis el. m. nl has be. n
th. n. .1 in mod. rn tim by
the r. markabl. mil ta prow ss
of the .' v.'. of re-l i '- ... I.
I the rut is tHSl the J. wlsfl
sa ." : d any glorification
of the military b I the
Maccab. an resi
i any t. nd< ncy in Jw
life to give special stal
military achievemi nt. The Books
of ih" Maccal
J wish a] -ryphal lit. rature
and were u. vi r includ. in th
Jewish Sci I turcs
were cai i i z
Synap >gu. readii
holiday are taken I
bers in th. Old T s i I and
nol from the E3 Mac-
I ''S.
It is difficult to faull J wish
its m ho ha\ a kin i of
Jewish self-d. fensi n a I.
holiday a J. wish \. rsi in o! Yule.
But it l. mains important that
Jews understand that the Jew-
ish tradition has never glorified
military violence.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
BERME
SEDOX
end Daughter
Holiday Greetings From
KAPPY'S
Jewelry, Inc.
After 20 Years In Miami Beach
Now Two Stores To
Better Serve You!
1423 Washington Ave.
Miami Beach
9511 Harding Avenue
5URFSIDE
OPERA GUILD OF
GREATER MIAMI
Wishes All Our Friends And
Members A Happy Chanukah
Best Wishes to the Jewish Community
on the occasion
of the Chanukah Holiday
P. R. RICKLE
Rest UJis/tes
for a

rr>o
(P
.D
NATIONAL BANK
of North Miami and North Miami Beach
117th Street at Biscayne Blvd., North Miami
18201 N.E. 19th Ave., N. Miami Beach


Faqe 6-C
fJenisf fhradiar
Friday. December 5
A HEALTHY TREAT
TO YOUR TASTE!
Mountain Valley Water. lk
celebrated water from Hot
Springs. A-kansas has been
known for gene-ations as just
that. When >ojr doctor *e s
you to drink rc^e wa*er (and
~osr v.';], you can't {ind a
more palo'eb'e wa*er than
Mountain Va ley. It has a
' spring fresh" tas*e v.h:ch
can't bo d-p'ica^ed. When
you drink it, you'll know +00
you'ro doing someth nq
good for your gen oral
hearth. Mountain Vat'.ey is
the ideal water for you
and your family ... try
I it, wo pnedct efW ono
trial you 'H newor be with-
out it C!! us now for
fgl rnformeHon. frae
nemo drf*ary end com-
pfirnarrtary litereturei No
obligation, of coorto.
founfai
?-!*>
rborw 373 2484
'-
0 rm JlountainValley
kiivuy Water(-glg>
731 S. W. First Avt., Miami
.;,. State! MMl Corporation Pr~id-nt Wr B. S^o.nt,r,
^ y^Swr ** Commit** 1969 Hum felattan.
-i*** ,h* ^1*1 L* .ft prmin-nt lwtatTUUt who b
f^^r^_____cit^ a, *>'I ~.Uve
^ J-"JZL le-*ap ***" '>
^J^mP^Thum:u,i.rUn sV *_ *-"
^^. i.,, ^Ur <***- S. M^ of Mm Mr.
First Sfsttanl CH Bank. K at rh1.
Happy Ho days to ?he Jewish Community
JAMES A. DAVIS ACCOUNTANT
BRING YOUR FIGURES TO US
1050 S.E. 8th Avenue. Hialeah
Phones 887-6356 887-0375
HAPPY HOLIDAYS TO ALL OUR
PATRONS AND FRIENDS
3 M
AND THE ENTIRE STAFF OF ALL THE
J. BALDI BEAUTY SALONS
A VERY HAP?\ CHANUKAH TO ALL .
THE DANIA
JAI-ALAI PALACE
OPENS DECEMBER 11th
Phone 945-4345 949-2424

TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS
GENE STETZEL INC.
FINE GRADING FRONT END LOADER!-
LARGE & SMALL DOZER SERVICE
TRUCKING
3901 SW 32nd STREET
SIMON THE PIEMAN
13OO0 Biscayne Blvd.. No Miami Beach Florida
frow coast to coast
The Finest In Pies and Donuts
SANDWICH SHOP EAT HERE TAKE OUT
HC ITNGS
To The "
VISITING NURSES of DADE COUNTY
203 S STREET I7S J3TS
221-0175
HOLIDAY GREE" NG3 :- : '
I MITER 0**14 1-:
tl RMTItlt. VliOLES.XEERS I.VC,
Join Some Of Florida s Leading Firms
and Boy UNITED
535 N.W. 24th STREET Phone 371-7479

BAGMAN'S EXCHANGE AGENCY. INC.
Biieawna fc.d Miami
Pho~e 751-9765
l*a%vli<*r tluilf!ing Industries
1730 SW 97th Avenue Miami
PHor*221-111

1. GK1A \\ ENTERPRISES
999C N W 87th Ave H.aleah Gardens
Telephone 887-8109
;-- .
J. T. Ml \\ \\i\ MORTGAGE CO.
100 MIRACLE MILE CORAL GABLES
443-4671
HAPPY CHANUKAH TC ALL
tlSSl \ CATERERS. f\r.
HZ: CO'l'.NS AVE. BAJ HARBC ocu.p..
l:f:. COLLINS k\ 9454412
HESEASONSGREE
TIGRESS LURE BEAUTY SALON
9778 S W 8-h Street Miami
Phone 226-3712
Holiday Greetings From
Jean
Berry
Fashions
Specialist of Sophist.ca'ed
Clothes For The Smaller
Figure
Sixes 3 to 15 and 4 to 14
369 Miracle Mile
Coral Gables
Phone 444-3667
7613 D^.delcmd Mall
Phone 665-4CCO
Holiday Greetings
To Our Fr.ends and Cusl
Cat
Boarding
Kennels
' Around-The-Clock Care"
16180 SW. 148th Avenue
Phone 235-2323
HOLIDAY GREET '
CARIBE
Ml FFLERS
The Complete Automotive
Center"
Car Waxing From S4 95
602 N.E. 167th Street
Phone 947-7601
MARYLAND
FRIED CHICKEN
1901 NX 168th Street
North Miami Beach
Phone 949-4004


Friday. December 5. 1969

fJenisti Fk>rMliam
mm
CTODKfll
lay is From .
KENMORE HOTEL
1050 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach
Phone: JE 1-6621
BEST WISHES FOR A
VERY HAPPY HOtlDAY
TAXUIKR
MOTEL
l6th START ON OCEAN
VERY LOW RATES
Phone Wl 7-6561
THE
National Hotel
and the
Koretzky Family
Wish All Their
Friends and Guests
A Very Happy
Chanukah
A VERY HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
COLGNiAL INN
947-4571
18101 Collins Avenue ON THE OCEAN
A VERY HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
BARCLAY PLAZA HOTEL & APTS
1949 Washington Avenue,, Miami Beach
HARRY STERN and FAMILY, Owner-Manager
Phone JE 1-5577
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
Allll,I.O\ HOTEL
OCEANFRONT AT 68rr- STREET
MIAMI BEACH
Phone 865-7561
GKEETINGS TO ALL
ANCHOR HOTFX
1547 Washington Ave. 531 -033
HERMAN and ESTHER SCHWARTZ
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL FROM
BAY HARBOR HOTEL
9660 E. BAY HARBOR DR.
Adjoining Post & Paddock Restaurant, Ba/ Har-bor
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
HELENE RESIDENTIAL HOTEL & APTS.
1030 15th Street, Miami Beach
Phone: 538-0534
HOL.0AY GREETINGS FROM .
FOIWTAIAHKAIp MOTEL
16001 COLLINS AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
PHONE: Wl 7-2684
A VERY HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
DELMONICO RETIREMENT HOTEL
6393 Collins Avenue
ANDREA HOTEL
6393 Collins Avenue
Page 7-C
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
^^.^^____^__QF^MErICA. INC"*' <>\y
MIAMI INTERNATIONAL MERCHANDISE MART
777 N.W. 72nd AVENUE, MIAMI, FLORjqA
Phone:223-2100
Jerome H. Weinkle and Alan B. Kess1
er
MARCO POLO
BEST WISH! ro/
Happy Chanukah To A
19201 Collins Avenue
Phone 949-1461
PAUL HOCHE1SER,
General Manager
A VERY HAPPY CHANUKAH TO Al L .
Mimosa Apartments
4747 Collins Ave. Miami Be^ch
PHONE 532-6411
Chanukah Greetings to The Entire Jew ;;i Co
CHARLES HOTEL
1475 COLLINS AVENUE JE 1-6711
MIAMI BEACH
A VERY HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL
ATTACHE MOTEL
2711 SOUTH OCEAN DRIVE
HOLLYWOOD, FLORIDA
Chanukah Greetings To Entire Jewish Community
ATLANTIS HOTEL
2655 COLLINS AVf. Mtemi Roach Ph. JE 1-0381
HARPY MELAMED
iKKM'KNT & IIYDK IIOIKI,
MR. AND MRS. BEN DELNICK
1420-1430 OCEAN DR., MIAMI BEACH
wish all our auests and friends
A HAPPY HOLIDAY
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL
III I -\l III HOI I I
6515 COLLINS AVENUE Ph. 866-6511
MR. AND MRS. JACK BROWN and FAM!LV
SEA-BROOK RESORT
MOTEL & APTS
9401 Collins Avenue, Surfside
Miami Beach 866-5446
A Very Happy Chanukah To All Our Fnends and Guests
OIIKVSTOA l: HOTEL
1920 COLLINS AVE., MIAMI BEACH
Phone 535-5511
i I


Page 10-F
rjwlstrhridiair
Friday, December 5, lacg
^y~t L cry SHERATON ^eacfi
1940C COLLINS AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY CHANUKAH
SEA
ism:
HOTEL
3001 Collins Avenue
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
GREETINGS TO ALL
CADILLAC
HOTEL
Luxurious sccom nodations,
low rates plenty cf;-
532-4541
AF~ 5 xk On The Ocean
39rh tc 40th Sts '' ami Beac'n
Kislev 25 Teveth 3
5730
LOMBARDY
RIO
LOMBARDY HOTEL
LOMBARDY INN
63rd and COLLINS AVENUE
UN 6-7761
Haoc Chanukah and
Bes; Wishes To Ail
PICCADILLY
HOTEL
Under New Management
220 23rd St. off Collins
Phone 531-6814
HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL
GARDEN OF ALLAH
6484 INDIAN CREEK DRIVE
MIAMI BEACH
UN 5-9881
SKYWAYS HOTEL
2373 N.W. LeJeune Road Ph. 633-8411
BALMORAL HOTEL
9801 Collins Aveitue & Ocean
EXTENDS
A VERY HAPPY CHANUKAH TO Ail
VA>CR SHERV-N A'INN Vice Presden? Ge-e-a Va-agar
JIMMY PAYTON LARRY PASKOW
A\D 7nE ENTIRE STAFF AT THE
HARBOR ISLAND SPA
ON THE 79th STREET CAUSEWAY
MIAMI BEACH
EXTEN0 THE:R BEST V. SnES =CR
6, -_-=Y CHANUKAH

For Very Special Occasions..
THE
iM ift'A 3-8111 m Hollvwcod
MOLLVWOOD-BY-TME-SEA
/ a
#

A>->ELL HOTEL
700 EUCLID AVENUE-531-1191
HI IA I lllll! HOTEL
843 EUCLID AVENUE 531-1103
K1TZ PLAZA HOTEL
1701 COLL'NS AVENUE 531-6881
MR. and Mr. ROBERT JACOBS
SHORE CU B HOTEL
19C1 COLLINS AVENUE 538-7811
m
'


Friday, December 5, 1969
+Jcwlsti Hcrfdfsar
Page 9-C
CHANUKAH GREETNGS
LUCERNE
HOTEL
MlOl COLLINS AVE.
Miami Beach, Florida
Dec. 5 Dec. 12
1969-70
H .. : ry Greetings Frc:n
MONTMARTE HOTEL
4775 COLLINS AVENUE
Phone JE 2-1731
Mr. Harry Weinberq
Generai Manaqer
Seymour Dresner, Manager
A HAPPY CHANUKAH
TO THE ENTIRE
JEWISH COMMUNITY
SHORE CLUB HOTEL
Directly on the Ocean at 19th Street, Miami Beach
BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY CHANUKAH
SHELDON
HOTEL
227 7th STREET
Miami Beach-JE 8-7629
Mr. & Mrs. Wm. Lebofsky
Holiday Greetinqs
To Our Friends and Clients
The
Sands
Hotel
1601 COLLINS AVE.
MIAMI BEACH
arhntque
,_ ( -J KOTIl I I'OOl C.........,
tSesl lA/Ulied for a
<-J~lapp\j ^-nanuL'ali
Hilda & Bernie Wieder
Owner Mgmt.
ON THE OCEIN tT 64th STREt: M'AMI BEkCH
A HAPPY CHANUKAH
From
SOUTHGATE TOWERS
APARTMENTS
900 West Ave., Miami Beach
Nathan S. Gumenick 532-3331
N THE OCEAN AT 44th STREET MIAMI BEACH
CHATEAU MOTEL
19115 COLLINS AVENUE
BEAU RIYAGE
9955 COLLINS AVENUE
SAHARA MOTEL
18335 COLLINS AVENUE
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
Resort
MOTOR HOTEL
ON THE OCEAN AT 26lh STREET
Miami Beach, Florida
CROSSWAY AIRPORT INN
and AIRPORT LANES
1850 N.W. LeJeune Road
Miami, Fla. NE 5-0411
RAY BARBARINO, General Manager
A HAPPY CHANUKAH
COPAKABANA HOTEL
3611 COLLINS AVE.-MIAMI BEACH
JE 1-5301
CHANUKAH GREETINGS FROM .
IU I.I INI HOT IX
Oceanfront at Lincoln Road, Miami Beach
Phone 531-0811
HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL
FOLK FREEDOMS HOTEL


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9-Jewisiincridliar
Friday. December 5. IS
SAN JUAN HOTEL
1680 Collins Ave.f Miami Beach
Extends Best Wishes
For A Happy Chanukah Holiday Season
IRWIN GOLDBERG PAUL KASDEN
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL FROM
CATALINA HOTEL
DORSET HOTEL
1732 Collins Ave.
1720 Collins Ave.
LARRY FRIEDMAN
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
ALBION HOTEL
i
1650 James Avenue, Miami Beach
534-2901
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
i -
iico.mi:>ai>i: isoi ii-
2477 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach .
Telephone 538-5721
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
sriiF* o>iiii:k hotel
1717 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Phone: 538-7511
Procession of the Torahs, shows Al Union of the Mesivta Sr. High School
"OurTorah is home home in Jeruralem. Carried through the darkness, the
wilderness through despair, through pogroms, through the concentration
camps, through the wars .
OASIS MOTEL & APTS.
6580 INDIAN CREEK DRIVE UN 5-9875
MIAMI BEACH
STEVAN GOLDBERG
A VERY HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL ..
A Happy Holiday to All Our Friends and Customer*
TRAVELERS HOTEL & RESTAURANT
888-0488
4767 N.W. 36th Street
Miami Spring*
A VERY HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL ..
SHELBORNE HOTEL
1801 COLLINS AVENUE MIAMI BEACH
A HAPPY CHANUKAH
From
WESTCHESTER TRAVEL AGENCY
8445 Coral Way, Miami
Phone 226-5811
Chanukah Greetings To The Entire Jewish Community
MR. & 3MRS.
ALBERT ROSEXHERG
& FAMILY
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
NOBMAN'S SWKATKK SHOP
1401 WASHINGTON AVE., MIAMI BEACH
Phone 538-5055
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM. .
PARKS BROS. W.. CO., INC.
1049 E. 23rd Street, Hialeah
HOLIDAY GREETINGS-
MIAMI MONTESSORI INSTITUTE
170 N.E. 99th STREET 758-2825
TO ALL MY FRIENDS AND ACCOUNTS
HAPPY HOLIDAYS
E. H. BROEKEMA
Over 20 Yearn
tneome Tax Experienee
12405 N.W. 2nd AVENUE
PL 4-1439
Holiday Greetings... to our friends & clients
The Heritage Corp.
Of SOUTH FLORIDA
MORTGAGE BANKERS
EDWARD FEINSTEIN, President
1318 N.W. 7th St., Miami Phone 377-4933
HOLIDAY GRHTINGS FROM
UNIVERSAL AIRCRAFT
PARTS. INC. OF HIALEAH
887-8201
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL
PALMETTO HARDWARE & PLUMBING SUPPLY
8237 SW 124th STREET 235 9341
7334 RED ROAD 665-4231
Dan Hitchcock. Owner
HAPPY HOLIDAYS TO ALL .
GEORGE G. WHITNEY REAL ESTATE
1 LINCOLN ROAD ,. ,
____________ JE 8-7401
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL
REX ENGRAVING OF MIAMI, INC
63 N.W. 6th St., Miami
377-4761
Holiday Grei
GALE
HOTEL
1690 COLLINS AVEN.E
P lone 531-6861
HAPPY CHANUKAH
TO ALL OUR FRiENDS
AND CLIENTS FROM
New Richmond
Hotel
18tft STREET
and
COLLINS AVENUE
Sid and Fay
Herbert
A Happy Chanukah To All
CORONADO
MOTOR
MOTEL
Ft. Wahon Beech, Florida
Ph. Cherry 3-8116
HAPPY CHANUKAH
WEBSTER HOTEL
1220 COLLINS AVENUE
MIAMI iJEACH
Phone: 5344628
DELANO HOTEL
BEST WISHES FOR
A HAPPY CHANUKAH
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
AND GUESTS
1685 Collins Avenue
538-7881


969
ia>', December 5, 1969
^Mnist n Paqe il-C
~Whafs
Cooking
for
Chanukah
Chanukah is a holiday of miracles. The Miiall arjnj ul the
Maccabees won a big victory over the huge army of Antiorhiis
the Greek. And the small ju^ of pure oil in the temple burned for
..eiyhi riai-s. -acwn Jongev .thaa it wuuid u*ve Jested ordinarily.
Since the miracle of the oil 2.100 years ago, it has lx>en the
custom to cat foods fried in oil during the entire holiday. 'Die
variety is big and delicious, but the best-sellers arc Latkes and
Ponchekes.
Here is n modern way to prepare Chanukah Ponchekes, By
using baking powder instead ol ye the w til '<>: the dough to
rise is eliminated, and the goodies are turned oul "mirculously
quick."
INSTANT CHANUKAH PONCHEKES
2 ecu's
'_ cup sugar
% cup oil
2 teaspoons baking powder
ii cups flour
Oil for deep frying
!i teaspoon salt
Sugar for sprinkling
)ol
he
on
By RUTH SIRES
Beat egKs and sugar three minutes in electric mixer, blond in
milk and oil. Combine flour, baking powder and salt, add to egg
mixture, and mix well with wooden spoon. Dough will be smooth
and soft (you should be able to handle it with floured hands).
Roll out to half-inch thickness on a lightly floured surface (or
flatten with floured hands'. A doughnut cutter or the traditional
team of water glass for outside, thimble for center hole, may be
used to cut out the ponchekes, which resemble doughnuts. (Cut-
ting tools should be dipped in flour, also*. Fry in l'L--inch oil in
large heavy skillet, until brownturning once. Drain on paper
towels and sprinkle with sugar.

-:- HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO -:-
THE JEWISH COMMUNITY
Holloway Coffee Corporation
' Custom Roasters And Blenders"
421 N.W. 32nd ST. MIAMI. FLA. 633-8257
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
AND BEST WISHES TO ALL
KOLBER BROS., INC.
HAPPY CHANUKAH
PARK SHORE
PHARMACY
10898 N.E. 6th Avenue
Miami Shores
754-9508
TO ALL MY FRIENDS
IN THE GREATER MIAMI
JEWISH COMMUNITY...
I EXTEND MY SINCERE
GOOD WISHES FOR A
Dick
Fincher
\llfx FELD3MAN & so X
6992 Indian Creek Dr., Miami Beach (Corner 71st St.) UN 5-3181
.
STANLEY KOBLER, Pres.

DECORATORS
PERSONALIZED WINDOW DECORATION
2100 N.W 13th Ave., Miami Phone 635-2521
la
A HAPPY CHANUKAH
FAIR HAVENS
IUTHERAN RETIREMENT AND NURSING CENTER
201 Curtiss Parkway, Miami Springs Tel. 887-1565
A HAPPY CHANUKAH
t'ERRtXE CENTER PHARMACY
645 Perrine Avenue, Perrii-ie
Phone 238-3641
CHANUKAH GREETINGS TO ALL
FLORIDA MAiUIXERY CORP.
3945 N.W. 32nd AVENUE, MIAMI
PHONE 634-1551
HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL
Commercial Sewing Machine Co.
SYLVIA 2035 N.W. 1st PLACE. MIAMI, FLORIDA
373-7363
-
A VERY HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL
I LOECQIM AS lftlO VISUAL, INC.
3942 N. Miami Avenue, Miami
Phone 759-4473
BEST WISHES
for a
HAPPY CHANUKAH
to our many
Friends and Customers


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^faH/sf Mi*-Miar
Friday, December 5, 1359
;#7 WE EXTEND TO THE ENTIRE
JEWISH COMMUNITY
BEST WISHES FOR
r&lc=il&l A VERY HAPPY CHAN'JKA
Publix Super Markets
"Where Shopping is a Pleasure"
CHANUKAH GREETINGS FRO'.' ,
STA-YOUTHFUL CLINIC
Since 1959
FURTHER INFORMATION: 667-2302
I HOLIDAY-GREETINGS from
MR. ROGER CoifLr.*
HIGH STYLISTS
Comctiv* Mr
Complimentary hiah fashion
cut and this ad with first hair set at regular price.
tftttaee
Ceraf Cafes 444 4371
HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL ..
SOUTH FLORIDA NURSERIES, INC.
3475 N.W. 151st STREET
Opa-Locka Phone 681-8511
"WHOLESALE ONLY"
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
THE STAFF OF...
THE SHIFT SHOP
PHONE 944-0353
SKYLAKE'.MA
m*i I 'MIM
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
LKS CARPET SERVICE. IXC,
8721 S.W. 132nd Street, MUmi 33156
Phone 238-6690
HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .. .
SUPERIOR STAMP & SEAL WORKS
613 N.E. 1st AVENUE 374-1034
GREETINGS *
LOUIS R. CLERICO ASSOCIATES, INC.
80) S. BAYSHORE DRIVE
Phone 377-1446
r*
Twenty Years Of Sen iee In Israel
(Continued from Page S-C)
a rati in with local jurisdicti
and agencies Including fii
grants, subvention! d
nous keeping servii i -. n& ate on-
v.i-.i. is. work training centers
community shops, i >uns i
guidance cent rs, day-< > ci nti rs
and clubs.
Thci '" r of institutiona
was d i :' '
<( rved inert asi d. '
passing [years
a j I the populati
crca
-I Gival Hashlo
i the T, 1 Aviv muni
5 nd three j
\ idi d fina
to 1
ich was (
home : n th< ag' d in the s
disti ict.
rhis year. JDC
initiative in establishing I v A u -
ciation for the Plannii n I ">' -
pment ol Services foi the A
to assist local communiti s in con-
structing institutions for the in-
firm and sick aged among thi I-
tied population, and expandi
services for the well aged JDC
will provide half the 30 million
Israeli pounds needed over the
next li- years to dei ';
can- for the ag?d
"
Is ol tl
, .. Israel In th tarry
At Fa .i ordination ;.....
,: : were
i tal lish .. and .
center was | .
JDC
i.i crcaung a i .
pre-
Attendant at one of the JDC-Malben homes mak
83-year-o'.d immiarant comfortable. With the esta
merit of the Association for the Planning and Dev
ment of Services for the Aged, facilities will he-
ed for settled residents as well.
GREETINGS TO ALL
OBENOrR ROOFtXG
SHEET METAL A SM PPEY CO.
BONDED ROOFING & SHEET METAl
ROOF CLEANING & SEALING
Established 1926
7352 N. MIAMI AVE. Ph. PL 7-2612
THERMOGLAZE ROOFCOATING
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
MR. AND MRS. A. KLEIMAN & FAMILY OF
Kloiinan's Strictly Kosher >Iats
18315 N.E. 19th AVENUE, NORTH MIAMI BEACH
PHONE 945-5611
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM THE
WEST SIDE NURSERY SOD CO.
2391 N.W. 79th Street
Phone 696-2261
Holiday Greetings from .
SUNSET COIFFURES, INC.
7007 S.W. 87th AVE. PHONE 271-4521
HAPPY HOLIDAYS
com
BILL and HERMAN
KALER PRODUCE
COMPANY. INC.
2121 N. W. 13th Avenua
Phone 374-4174
Happy Holiday Greetings Frorr
Edward
Rothbard
Hialeah. Florid::
GREETINGS TO THE ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY
ROLFES OPTICAL DISPENSARY
2340 GALIANO, CORAL GABLES 445-7959
HAPPY HOLIDAY TO ALL
YOUNG LAND FASHIONS
Phone 866-0266
9561 HARDING AVE., MIAMI BEACH
HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
CHAPLIN FLORIST
6600 Biscayne Blvd. Miami ph. 758-3601
GREETINGS
GULFSTREAM PRESS. INC.
3800 N.W. 59th Street. Miami
Ph. 633-8271
II
David Brown
and Family
WISHES ALL Hi5
RELATIVES AND
FRIENDS
A. HAPPY CHANUKAH
GREETINGS
MARTHAS
Flower Shop
Our Wedding Work it Superb
Flowers for All Occasions
"A Complete Floral Service"
Art with Flowe'i
801 Arthur Godfrey Road
538-5523
A Happy Chanukah To Al
NELSON'S
muss
SHOP
MIAMI BEACH
MIAMI
.CPRAICAJIIS,_____
-am


liday. December 5, 1969
* JeH *s#> FkridHiftin
Page 13-C
i ]. I t< ctlon and control of
-.. rculosis, and set v lei > were
. ailablc i i ants and
I i '.. nts Jews and A
'. I :. \ ; |i v.-: 'ii of
nmuni yd -i clii i -. ambula-
y care servk a, home care and
raining was i sta ilishi d. As tu-
c 1 -. v m ilnller con-
numb) r ol hospital I
. foi mcr is]
I ned ov< r to
d op< Ing agi ih li s tor
.; ies.
i n devclopi 'l sen Ices
a :. ition-wid seal for i u
tmenl of the tl i isanda of
illy ili ranging
\i an i
ibilitativ s.; \ lc< s. Includ
igram n re in-| al ii nl an I
patient ca ... liana s, ri i
l ilitation, hoi and day-
. is ssmi nt an I vo-
,na i rviccs for
bral palsy patients u I shel-
ii workshops.
, :ii clIS M s of 1 hese serv-
j and am hi stimulat
I and n loi al authority s and
ncies to develop similar serv-
- for the settle n sidents. Thus,
i JDCa assistance, several re-
lal anil local general hospitals
-lablishcd facilities and services
for thi mil ally ill.
Among th<
Into is. i wc re many with mi n-
In the early years,
ii tho patii nts >
.. I by JDC Malben. After
a na '.-v. ide surv< y was madi.
JDv' i ati M a Joint Trust ." ind
'.,: .."..,.< ti
S >Iore than si ven mil
nds have be* n sp< nl by
I u im: thi pa 10
i.l i xpanding
r'thi rmntal y ill Pay-
becn o! I in
, workii -
>' ishtd, haif-ws hi ..> s
, i.i'..-.. linics
v : I in regl
m ..
- i .. .
in w is i tal li hi d
i .-i i .. c: pal ier.l -. and
I foi m training
sonn i.
the o gai i tion was still
a major program
id to tieat, n hablli-
tati idi thi m ans of em-
plo; nt 1 ousands of phj
all.. apped adults. M< dical
tn atn n1 was provided and ap-
pliano i ol all kinds were secun d
including si cialli adapted ve-
hirl' g to nable those uith skills to
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
FROM
COLONIAL ACRES
MOBILE HOME PARK
9674 N.W. 10th AVENUE
Phone 696-6231
A Happy Chanukah
The Gardiner
School
140 N.E. 119th STREET
MIAMI SHORES
754-7331
SWIM FAIR. INC.
1662 Collins Avenue
1668 Collins Ave.
640 Lincoln Road
841 linco'n Road
I
IMPORT
FASHIONS INC.
7455 COLLINS AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH
Phone 866-0039
a place of employment.
Sheltered workshops were es-
tablished for the handicapped who
. iuld not be placed in lobs. These
projects were taken over by local
communities and agencies. A na-
tional program to develo] and ex-
pand rehabilitation services foi the
i handicapped in the na-
tion's principal gem ral lios] itals
initial" pal fa< ility for the ass. -
,i and n habililatioi I
. nt-
i. I,, i".-. d< veloped at Ti I 11 isho-
mer li >| ital.
in co iperation wi\U local com
voluntary i tides, a
nctw rk servici been de-
v. op ,i the lai ge numb rs
of cl nor;- \'.: I mis
,\hose handicaps rai
and sp< efects
i the Mil d, mi ntally i tardi d,
,, ;( bt i1 palsii d, oi I ios it h or-
ihoptdic cr post-poliomyelitis han-
i] s.
Pay care centers have 1'< n es-
i iblishi ii for i tardi adolesc nts, pilol projects tor the
hard-of-hearing have been set up
in the Tel Aviv elenv ntary school
system, and a special kindergarten
(Continued on Page 15-C)
TO ALL GREETINGS .
SOUTH FLORIDA
LIQUOR DISTRIBUTORS
Incorporated
"SERVICE TO YOU .
IS OUR PLEASURE"
6501 N.W. 37th AVENUE
OX 6-4440
BEST WISHES for a
HAPPY HOLIDAY
ALLIED STEEL PRODUCTS
7800 NW 37th AVENUE
Miami, Florida
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
ISRAEL msm SAUSAGE CO.
230 NW 5th STREET
Miami
HAPPY CHANUKAH TC -
IJH' TAYLOR. IXC
HANDBAGS
1795 WEST 8;h AVENUE, HIALEAH
Holiday Greetings
To our Friends and Clients
VKLMAS.GRAY
REALTOR
1135N Krome,
Homestead, Florida
A HAPPY CHANUKAH
I ii ton OpticssE Service, inc.
67 N.E 2nd Street Phone I"R 9-C682 Miami. Florida
MR. and MRS. JACK STEIN
AND FAMILY
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A HAPPY CHANUKAH
Jjtst sAJishe* for a
CAPITAL NATIONAL
BANK OF MIAMI
117 N.E. 1st AVENUE
Ph. 371-9641
Holiday Greetings to the
Jewish Community
North Miami Police Benevolent
Association, Inc.
Officer:
ROBERT I. GRADY
Best Wishes To All
EARTH MOVING I ENGINEERING CONTRACTORS
9501 OLD SOUTH DIXIE HIGH WAV, MIAMI. FLORIDA 33156
TELEPHONE 661-8518 f RESIDENCE 661-5536
RADIO 379-1509, UNIT 866
ART SHE ID ON, PRESIDENT
^>-f l/eru Children's Corner School
7113 BYRON AVENUE. MIAMI BEACH
Phcn 66S-7303
.1 Httppy Holiday
FLORIDA SILICA SAND
COMPANY, INC.
OXford 1-5881
PPYCHANUK-H TO ALL
HARBOR HX.'V MIK^FOOW
620 N.E. 7Cth STREET, MIAMI
Phoie: 75'-415
LIDAY CREETINGS
SI'RFBOY ijmbykii
E41 WEST 17th STREET Hialeah Ph. 887-3828
IRVING NATHAN, President
HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL
IIK.\A "Lcvely Things" Dresses Sportswear
1130 NORMAWDY DRIVE. MIAMI BEACH 866-7674


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vjcnist fhcrEdinti
Friday, December 5, 19G9
Jjcst 'Wishes fcr a
' i cry BISCAYNE FEDERAL SAYINGS
& LOAN ASSOCIATION
Four Convenient Offices In Miami
E. ALBERT PALLCT, Pres:dent
Holiday Greetings To All ...
GUARANTY AND SURETY INSURANCE
AGENCY, INC.
Thomas J. Langan
710 langford Bldg. FR 3-8872
HOLIDAY GREETINGS F?OM...
MILLER ELECTRIC CO.
3905 N.W. 37th COURT MIAMI
PHONE: 633-2636
A VERY HAPPY CHANUKAH tO ALL .
SI'XAIEft FOOD PROni'CTS
3615 N.W. 60th STREET
PI,one NE 5-1381
A VERY HAFPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
PURITY CONDIMENTS
359C N.W 60th STREET NE 5-1389
HAPPY CHANUKAH GREETINGS
VACATION LAND MODES and
JOSEPH SCHULTZ & SONS INC.
255 N.W. 5th Street, Miami, Fla.
Phone 633-0405 374-5174
HAPPY HOLIDAY TO AIL ...
WELL BILT PRODUCTS, INC.
5561 N.W. 36th Avenue, Miami
Phone 635-5276
HAPPY HOLIDAY TO ALL...
PHIL'S AS TO PARTS. INC.
1243 S.W. 8th STREET, MIAMI
PHONE: 377-1431
A Happy Cr>3"o-an To All
E\FIELD*S
4000 N.W. 30th Ave. Ph. 633-1551
The Weizmann Institute of Science, which
was formally dedicated Nov. 2. 1949 in
honor of the 70th birthday of its first presi-
dent, Dr. Chaim Weizmann, celebrated its
25th anniversary last month. More than 400
research projects are currently underway.
'Best Wishes For
A Happy Holiday From
THE FURNITURE
DOCTOR. INC.
587 N.E. 125 St., No. Miami
Phone 757-6161
Holiday Greetings
MAGDA'S
BEAUTY SALON
(Formerly Tania's)
1547 Washington Ave.
Miami Beach
Phone 538-1923
CHANUKAH GREETN
MOZ-ALL
Of FLORIDA, INC.
FOR YOUR NEAREST
DEALER CALL:
445-2427
Happy Chanukah Greetings
To All .
HARRY'S
KOSHER MARKET
1053 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach
Phone 531-9303
DIAMOND S
JEWELRY
E Greet jsTo All
423 Arthur Godfrey ^sid
Miami beach
Phone 533 3317
A Happy Chanukah To All
ALL STATE
CARPET SERVICE, Inc.
371-7604
8490 N W 6h Court
Miami Florida
Hj dj, Greetings
Juanito's
Centro Vasco
Restaurant
2235 S W. 8th Street
Miami. Florida
A Happy Cha All
BOUCHE
APPLIANCES
215 ALHAMBRA CIRCLE
CORAL GABLES
PHONE: 444-7481
- : ; C-?-_;-'c A I
PERRY CHESTER
SHOES
Ir. The Smartest Spots
In Town Look For
OUSTER PEK*Y SHOE SALONS
e To B '
Perry
i'hvstvr
Shwv Salons
491 Harding A.;
2'M E. Sunrise Bl.l
Diplomat Hotel
Oorol Beach Mo'-i
Eden Roc Hotel
Americana Hotel
Milton Plaia
Surfside
Ft. Lauderdalel
Hollywood
M.ami Beach
Miami Beach
Miami Beach
Miami Beach
2494 StnriM q> ,.j
Ft. loudm-dal^-Pli. 565-49Q1
Holiday Greetings
To Our Friends
a ^d Customers Fror- .
HOFFMANN
CAFETERIA
1450 ColKns Avenue
Miami Beach
A HAPPY HOLIDAY
BILL EISNOR,
Realtor
6878 CORAL WAY
MO 1-4245
A Happy Chanukah To All
LEE'S
rescription Pharmacy
DISCOUNT DRUG STORES
We carry compit.e Selection
of Barton's Cand
Fr Otlivtry
7880 Coral Way 221-8222
401 Coral Way
C. Gables 448-1728
2525 S. W 3 Ave. 379 3626
5898 Sunset Drive 661-7651
HOLIDAY GREE'
To Our Friends and .". 'omers
CHIC
COIFFEURS
Open Thurs. & F- N !
B/ Appcin'
9346 MILLER ROAD
Phone 271-9552
HOI" '
MERIDIAN
APOTHECARY SHOP
PrKrip"o-' SpM
1630 MERIDIAN AV6NU6
Phone 53304:4


)ecember 5, 1969
* Jpw#*f> Meridian
Page 15-C
(C oiiiiiiiicd From Page i-<
Is. Jusl like that! Well, I won't!"
for a wee? the rather wont about, "boil-
i.kI' o\,>r his suns letter. But he hap-
'*'> rAWfffldfc, Wto Mi ft .iioiifi -?
In. This time the w.>rds. "Send me a hun-
p dollars." were read in ., soft, pleading,
sized tons.
Well." sai I the father, "now that he t ilk.s
It way, I'll send him th" money."
IWhat all of this comes to is thai we don't
hi like the dictatorial tone
In the ease of Antioehus. it was far more
than tone. He set out arrogantly, tyrannically,
to remove every vestige of Judaism. He for-
bade Jewish worship, set up idols and even .*
pig in the temple and he had a huge afipj
support him and a whole bell of victories to
gtof iiimjflpi4itnftr'Wt>iii force like that?
It took a weak old man to do the job: In
an obscure little (arming town named Modin,
an old man named Multathias said he would
be darned if he would worship tiie idol set up
by Antioehus, and he raised a banner of re-
sistance, and young and old, forgetting the
generation Rap. joined the fight and the old
man won out.
And so we light the Chanukah candles!
CKANUKAh GREETINGS FROM
BERNARD LITMAN1KH1I
ONE HUNDRED BISCAYNE BLVD. NORTH
MIAMI, FLORIDA FR 7-2761
MASSACHUSETTS MUTUAL wUsi
Lift liuurantt Co-npan<. Springfc/d, Ma-c Sl.vlll / t'fa'.htd IKl |Jt|^|
wenty Years Of Service
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. -school age children in Tel
The Tel Hashomer Hospital
nu'nt center for retarded
Idn n set up in 1963 has since
|n expanded to provide parent
ling, iH)st-uraduate clinical
i and adoption screening
'llie Israeli voluntary
I workint; with physical!)
i ntally handicapped children
ami a: assisted in im-
tlv Ir programming, the
of theh Si rvices, and in
fund-raising techniques.
In the two decades of its service
in Israel, the JDC has provided
new life and opportunity for many
thousands of aged, chronically ill,
and handicapped immigrants by
means of its comprehensive and In-
novative programs and services in
the fields of health care, social
\.> bare and r> habilitation.
As it enti is its third decade in
Israi I. JDC looks forward to ex-
panding programs in collaboration
with local agencies, making them
accessible to the general popula-
tion especially in those areas de-
clared by the I9ti9 Conference on
Human Needs to be most in need
ol its services: the care of th<
chronically and mentally ill. the
handicapped ami the aged.
The mandate Riven the JDC by
the American Jewish community
to provide health, welfare and re-
habilitation services for every Jew
ill need of such assistance, will
continue to be fulfilled in tile com-
ing years,
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OF MIAMI
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Just West of the Palmetto By-Pass
Member: Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
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4200 N.W. 2nd AVENUE
Phone 758-4446
"featuring the finer floors"
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2201 N.W. 25th AVENUE
PHONE 635-4437
HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
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12351 N.W. 7th AVENUE NORTH MIAMI
IPVING J. DENMARK, President
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Repair and Overhaul of Hotel & Restaurant Equipment
2319 N.W. 7th Avenue, Miami 33127 Phone 379-6127
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
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'tJewish Floridian
Miami, Florida Friday, Decemder 5, 1969
Section F
The Trumpets Blared...
The Cymbals Clashed..
And the crowd came surging into the Temple!
There were soldiers who had followed Judah of the
Maccabees to victory and civilians who had
hidden in the hills and in cellars in the Holy City.
The occasion: The Dedication of the Temple,
the first Hanukkah!



,;.
C^ightu Jf^roducthe [gears J-or ISRAEL'S PRESIDENT, 7. .'nun
Shazar, received trihut1 lst
month from mi:ions and Jewish
commt'nity leaden the -',i
Ml the occasion of his 80th birth-
day.
The third p-osiderrt of th-' St it"
of Israel. Mr. Shazar was elevated
I i that position in M iv of 1963,
I y special Kncwol election follow-
the death of President Yitzhak
1 ri-Zvi.
Born Shneor Zalman Rubashov
in the town of Mir. Russia, in 1889
Israel's President had a traditional
Jewish upbringing. He attended
the Academy of Jewish Sciences
in I.eningrad. and was a student
a1 the Universities of FVeiburg,
Strasbourg and Berlin.
Mr. Shazar. who went to Israel
in 1924. beran a long and distin-
u!shed career in the field of jour-
nalism and literature the follow-
ing year. He served as editor of
the la^-ir daily "Davar" Iron-. 1925
until 1948. meanwhile writing es-
says articles and books, mainly on
Jewish history and the Zionist
movement. He was involved in the
editing and publication of journals
of various kinds in Russia, Poland.
Germany and Palestine, and the
translation of works by Borochov,
Ben-Zvi and others.
Among the books authored by
Mr, Shazar are 'Private and Co-
operative Settlement in Palestine'"
(1922), "The History of Bible
Criticism" (1925p. "National Crisis
in World Crisis" 1194D, the very
popular "Morning Stars'" (19.50'
now in its sixth edition, and fie
Ussishkin Prize-winner "The Light
of Personalities'" (1955).
During the period between the
two world wars. Mr. Shazar w is
playing a major role in the strug-
gle for Jewish statehood in Pales-
tine. He was an active leader in
such organizations as Poale Zion,
Hechalutz (The Pioneer) Histadrut
(General Federation of Labor),
/'or.ist Congress, Zionist General
Council, Vaad Leumi (National
Council of Palestine Jews), Mapai
imiddle-of-the-road Labor Party'.
the Jewish Agency's Political Com-
mittee and Israel's Delegation to
the U.N. General Assembly.
Mr, Shazar, who was elected to
the First. Second and Third Knes-
sets (Parliaments) Introduced the
system of free universal compul-
sory education in Israel when he
became the Israel government's
Continued On Pnse 10-F


Pcae 2-F
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Friday, Decemfcer 5, 1959
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PHONES Ml AW
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We REPAIR ANYTHING THAT DRIVES .
fct. 1958
"ALL WORK CONDITIONALLY GUARANTEED'
Frame end FronJ End Alignment Painting and Repairs,
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SHOP, INC.
7111 N.W. 6th Ct. 754-8659, 757-9681
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(Formerly Uptown Washington Food Center
7446 COLLINS AVENUE
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CALICO
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Holiday Greetings To The Jewish Community
CITY GAS CO. OF FLORIDA
129 N.E. 79th STREET
691-8710
Holiday Greetings To The Jewish Community
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'The Place to Go for the Names You Know"
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MIAMI SIGN CO AFFILIATE
TRUCK-TRAILER-AUTO
PAINTING
Body Rebuilding and Repairing
SIGNS PICTORIALS
750 N.W. 24th Street
Phone 635-6351
HOLIDAY GREET.NGS TO THE JEWISH COMMUN 1 1
BARRY SCHWEIGER
STATEWIDE
COMMUNICATIONS, INC.
24-30 Easi Commercial Blvd.
For. Lauderdale Florida 33308
305-566-7548
"EAST COASTS LARGEST SALES and SERVICE
CENTER FOR MOTOROLA and G.E."
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ROLLS ROYCf SALES & SERVICE
Officially Appointee Retailers .
ROLLS-ROYCI BENTIEt MOTOR CARS
'FOR INFORMATION CALL
C.R. BERRY MOTORS
2185 N.W 27th Avenue
Phone 633-6531
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
Earl Y. Wilson Company
MERCHANDISE BROKERS
MIAMI JACKSONVILLE TAMPA ORLANDO
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
Gold Coast Pkotengravers
605 S.W. 1st AVENUE, MIAMI
PHONE: 374-1773
TO OUR MANY CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS
HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL
BEACH RADIO & PARK TV
317 23rd St, Miami Beach
532-3198
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Holiday Gree'-"gs
To The Jewish Commc ly
JONES
GULF SERVICE
14005 W. Dixie Hvt .
North Miami Beach. c 3.
Phone891-9C-5
Chanukah Greetings to 31
HOUGH BROS.
FLOORING COMPANY
Serving Miami Since 1934
Sales Installations
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Pal'- Beach Suits, I
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Phone 445-2801
Chanukah Greetings
iblished Since 1945
FLOWERS BY ..
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FLORIST
8. DECORATORS
9460 Harding Avenue.
Surfside
866-2056 866-1206
. Chanukah Greetings
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Glen Guard Clothes
Louir. Roth Clothes
Johnston and
Murphy Shoes
Belly Shoes
Fontainebleau Hotel
Miami Beach
Phone 532-2995


Friday, December 5. 1969
%J ntch control of the island of
Curacao was wrested from Spain
n 1634. Twelve years later. Peter
Stuyvpsant, Governor of Nieuw
Vmsterdam (JJew York*, was
,;i|u;:nted also as director over
Curacao. He holpod to develop
that island as an important eco-
nomic link in Datch trade in the
now world, including the slave
i ade which brought many Afri-
c n Negroes to the island. At
rie time duHXg those early
\ ',i;-. incidentally, there were
Jew g iii Curacao than in
v. Voi k (son* 1800).
Curacao served as a kind of
distribution center for the slave
since the *'>il of the islan I
viould not supybri an agricul-
c momy, and thus did not
wl slave worjeers. On the other
the Dufeh trailers found
social -i iws demanded thai
retain a large retinue ol
' if:vjnVs-. X'K' descendants
ese Slaves now represent
sv, of the 13,500 persons who
ROSE L. GUNTHER
SUN DECK COTTAGES
Chanukah Greetings
To Our
Friends and Clients
A Happy Chanukah To AH
Sol Mll
REALTOR
605 LINCOLN ROAD
Phone IE 8-8551
A Happy Chanukah To All
JONAS &
tlAIBK
A Happy Chanukah To All
LEE'S Tackle,
Inc.
Established 1920
324 NE 13th STREET
Phone 371-7804
MANUFACTURERS
RETAIL
Fishing Tackle Repairing
Marine Equipment
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
Jimmy's
GULF Service Station]
Open 24-Hrs. A Day
1725 NE. 79th STREET
(Causeway)
North Bay Village
Phone UN 5-9268
JIMMY VARRONE
live in Curacao. They were given
their freedom in 1863 about the
time the sieves in the United
States were emancipated, but a
generation later than those in
the British West Indies.
There are some 750 individuals
in the Jewish community, which
now is more than 300 years old.
One historian has written:
"Around the year 1656, a quar-
ter of a century after the island
had fallen into the h,mds;-of the
Dutch Protestants, the white
population was increased by the
arrival oi quite a large number
of Sephardic Jews, mostly from
Halland and from Recife, a city
in northeastern Brazil. .-
"Most of them were" Portu-
guese who had been banished
from their country by the In-
quisition after an attempt to
force them to enter the Catholic
Church had failed. The Council
of Nineteen ruled that these
.lews should become citizens of
the new colony, and they were
of the greatest economic im-
portance to Curacao."
This Jewish community re-
mained homogeneous, for more
than two and a half centuries,
i not without internal
(hi: ,c- a seri ius dilfe enee of
opinion re fai d ng the use of an
organ, installed iii the Mikve
Israel s> n i-;" ue about H 0
years ago, caused a split m the
pJewisti Fkridfi'cJiin
Page 3-F
community and the establish-
ment of a second congregation
Kmanuel. Both were Sefaradi.
but one was traditional, the
other Reform.
The Reform rabbi who came
to Mikve Israel in 1962 was
instrumental in bringing these
two congregations together un-
der the hyphenated name Mikve
Israel-Emanuel. The two com-
promised by choosing a different
prayer book than either one had
been using. They were intro-
duced by the rabbi to Recon-
structionist philosophy, its move-
ment and prayer books in this
manner, and now the congrega-
tion is a constituent member of
the Federation of Reconstruct
tionist Synagogues, as well as
the World Union of Progressive
Synagogues. Though only the
older Mikve Israel building is
now in use. both buildings are
< insidered historic sites, as i-.
oi coins-, the old cemetery.
Although Ashkenazi idherents
in Curacao some
i years 150, Sh tare Zedek, the
community's third -> n 1 Eogui
was built only about I11 >
ago. In th eyes of the Sefara-
dim. those foreign' .lews were 1
strangi hi ed, They stru
a living. Shabbat. Kashrut
and other observances were not
Continued On I'age 14-I-'
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
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PLASTIC & NEON SIGN MANUFACTURER*
Design Consultants Service Erection Maintenance
7447 N.W. 48th St., Miami
Phone 888-8475
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
TO OUR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS
FROM
THE HOME IMPROVEMENT CENTER
HOLIDAY GREETINGS from JACK BILL
l&lrd SI Hill CYCLE CENTER
Formerly located on Arthur Godfrey Rd. for II fears
SCHWINN & ENGLISH BIKES Mechanical Repairs on All Types of Bikes
1064 N.E. 163rd St. (Opp. Beth Torah Temple) Ph. 945-4541
BVAITS SHOREMXK CLEANERS
CLEANERS OF DISTINCTION QUALITY WORKMANSHIP
PROMPT SERVICE
8020 NE 4th AVENUE
PI 8-4537
HAPPY HOLIDAYS TO ALL
STEELMAN CATERERS
SEASON'S GREETINGS...
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7143 N. MIAMI AVE. Phones: 754-8733, 758-3956
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
Jakes Standard 23rd Street Station
(New Owner Hy Hamburq'
34023rd STREET MIAMI BEACH 538-0938
Happy Chanukah To All ..
I ll III mi \\ U0VMNG
Wll STORUiE
1204 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach
Best Wishes To All
Senator and Mrs.
Robert L Shevin
AND FAMILY
SSi Verxf KjXappy C_/kihi/ui/i ro ^4ll
BED PILLOWS
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AND
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WHILE Y^.,V^
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&
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. Don't throw oway your old pillows
They can be made liite new
In any size Phone 634-3422
( HYGENATOR
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2170 N.W. 17 AVENUE
(I
CHANUKAH GREETINGS FROM
WESTCHESTER GENERAL HOSPITA L
2500 S.W. 75th AVENUE
Phone: 226-5252
A Happy Chanukah To All
young lee trading co., inc.
HONG KONG CUSTOM TAILOR-MADE SUITS
700-706 n.e. 2nd ave.
telephone: 371-5186
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
COMMERCIAL BANK and TRUST CO.
9301 N.W. 7th AVENUE, MIAMI
PHONE 759-8511
-:- -:- HOLIDAY GREETING -:-
TO THE JEWISH COMMUNITY
FLORIDA FUEL OIL, INC
Manufacturers and Oil Burning Specialists
830 950 N.W. 73rd STREET 534-4692
MIAMI. FLORIDA


Page 4-F
* Jewish thrtdfor
Friday, December 5. 1963
- a '
j^4 L'ci-xf s^riappu ^rhamthah to ->-fll
Coplan Pipe &
Supply Co., Inc.
3120 N.E. 2nd AVE. 377-8161
Holiday Greetings from
BOND-WAGONER FOOD BROKERS
1130 S.E. 8th Avenue, Hialeah
Phone 885-3562
^/t Ueru DADE REMOVAL SERVICE
Serving the Mortuary Profession
750 N.W. 96th STREET
Phone 696-1452
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL .
MELONY'S WARDROBE
9548 Harding Avenue, Surf side
Phone 866-3601
Chanukah Greetings To All Our Friends and Customers
J. V. Manufacturing Corp.
INDUSTRIAL PACKAGING PRODUCTS
TUBES LABELS
50 EAST 10th COURT, HIALEAH 885-4666
A Happy Chanukah To All
PEGGY'S BEAUTY SALON. INC.
1637 Washington Ave. (at Lincoln Rd.) Miami Beach JE 8-1665
A Happy Chanukah To All
OUR WONDERFUL CUSTOMERS AND FRIENTS
ABBE VENETIAN BLIND. INC.
MR. HARRY KESSMAN, President
25 N.W. 19th STREET, Miami Phone FR 9-9751
Best Wishes to All for Happy Holidays
PHOTOGRAPHY bv BENNETT
BARCELONA HOTEL
4343 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach 532-3311
Official Photographr for "Miss Universe"
Chanukah Greetings To All Our Friends and Customers
MRS. KINSER'S HOME STYLE FOODS
1898 W. 8th AVENUE Hialeah Ph. 887 9459
A Dramatic Chapter In American History
Bv PHILIP si.omomiv
D ........................
ft 5earch Into tl
"h historj c ild Irf,
a scholar to New Orleans La. Yet i rorko
I scholar on that area i "-" *""*
fascinating for its emphasis s ri ho*en-
.. ti, in the -
and then ion W,
volume, publication .1 which has I 'en n icte p-
-
Rabbi Bertram Wallace K
than merely provide us wil irnui rt > o
the ccmmunitj under i :\ v ii r
of New Orleans The facts he has I
detailed account ol th exp lienc of i
ures, the Jewish reacti i of the ]
review these combine to make his history oi
the mosl exciting and interesting of the works
about similar American citii -
In a sense, the Information provided by Dr.
Korn assists in a deeper study of Jewish history
in the entire South. And in a larger measure, it
. .. ntsstudj m itei lal ibjoul Ame ic J
*'h! ..:
gpeaks al U in e *<', VV .. .
. in the gerspaiu Xlpritel Wa; i
RABBI KORN
the first member of that d stinjjuished German-
Jewish cl ii; ol bankers, scientist*), and phi .
thropists to establish residence,. |n the L'nil
o4 1/* sjfappu CLnJ,J, fo cAH
RINKER
MATERIALS CORP.
First With The Best
TELEPHONE 987-0202
Blocks Concrete Steel Building Supplies
P.O. BOX 1010, HOLLYWOOD, FLORIDA
(North Tcdt Street at Seabord Airline Railroad)
Holiday Greetings
To Our Friends and C./Stomer',
PURE OIL COMPANY
351 N.W. 42nd Avenue, Miami, Florida
Phone 445-3591
A Happy Chanukah To All
LAMSON & TYRE
ELECTRIC CO., INC.
ELECTRIC CONTRACTORS
COMMERCIAL RESIDENTIAL
MAINTENANCE REPAIRS
Ph. 226-2715 501 S.W. 71st Avenue
-^"/ lory National Freezers
TO A.'.. .GREETINGS
DADE PAPER & BAG CO.. IXC.
65 NE. 23rd Street
FR 9-5653
HARRY GENET, President
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL
CVARDIAM MORTGAGE CO.
A INVESTMENT CORP.
MCI HABER and ARCHIE STRUHL
Holiday Greetings-to-A^

ELECTRONIC
COMPLY
2701 N.W. 12nd Awnua
Phone NE 5-0421
MiamLFla.
Holiday Greetings To All
SUNSHINE of MIAMI
CAP MFG. CO
MORRIS GOIDWAG
All Kinds or Caps for
Men, Women, Children
328 West Flagler Street
Miami Ph. 371-4652
LUNDY'S
MARKET
1435 Washington Avenue
WISH THEIR FRIENDS
AND CUSTOMERS
A Happy Chanukah To A I
Best Wishes F_pr The
Holiday Sea so:-.
PAUL'S CARPET
WAREHOUSE
31 N.W. 23rd STREET
Phone FR 4 8435
- Ta Ml
A Happy Cha'
Gold Seal
Bakery
2239 Coral Way
(off 22od Ave.)
FW. 446-9330
______


Friday, December 5, 1969
*Jenist fhridfiatn
i
States, more than mere local New Orleans in-
terest is aroused. Such a chapter in American
Jewish biographical sketching, serving as part of
a much larger tapestry of noted figures whose
names have resounded in the history of the
American Jewish community, gives credence to
Thomas Carlyle's claims that "the history of the
world is the history of great men." As an adden-
dum to American Jewish history based on such
names as Judas Touro, Judah Philip Benjamin,
the Narby family, the Gottschalks, Jacob Hart,
Benjamin L*vy, who was noted as a publisher and
printer. Max Heller and many others, the factual
story by Dr. Korn assumes major importance.
This volume about New Orleans is marked by
so many interesting episodes, so much comment
about assimilation, Jewish participation in farm-
ing and in industries, the indifference of Jews
towards the synagogue and Jewish life in the
community's early years, that it is, in a sense, a
commentary on Jewish loyalties. Especially in-
teresting in that regard arc the accounts of the
Jife of Judah Touro and Judah Benjamin.
The kind of Jews they were is not generally
know, as the subtitle to the chapter Assimila-
tion or Continuity?" indicates. Dr. Korn do-
scribes the early settlers as "strong and cour-
ageous individuals." He credits them with having
been "independent men" wno were hardy and rlc-
tcimined pioneers. But they had no Jewish in-
terests and they left the protective shelter of a
full Jewish life at home' in the communities
whence they came.
A typical example is that of Judah Touco.
Here is a man who is referred to in Jewish his-
tory as one who financed Jewish institutions and
who was a dedicated Jew. Yet his background
was one of total indifference, of refusal at first
to assist in the building of a synagogue. After
Touro's death, the famous Rabbi Isaac Looser
noted, "It was late in life when Mr. T. became
impressed with the necessity of being an Israelite
in more than mere words." And Dr. Korn states,
"It was not until about 1847 that Touro took any
genuine interest in Jewish life."
A truly dramatic turn took place, through
the efforts of Isaac Leescr and his disciple. Ger-
shom Kursheedt. Touro's identification with Ju-
daism, his subsequent generosity, his naming of
Jewish causes in his will, his gifts for the cultiva-
tion of the Hebrew languagewere all because
he "became amenable to Kursheedt's pleadings."
He joined the Dispersed of Judah Congregation,
of which Kursheedt was president, helped finance
the synagogue building, established the Touro
Hospital in New Orleans, gave assistance to the
poverty-stricken Jews in Palestine and supported
many othei causes. And Korn concludes, "Touro
Continued on Fage 6-F
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WBTCHESTER
MUSIC MART
Specialists in Folk-Foreign -
Children Clawical & Opera
8561:Coral Way
Phone 221-2025
A Happy'Chanukah To All
Jim Wood
Land Clearing
3085 N.W. 54th STREET
PHONE 885-8535
Wonderland For
Pets Inc.
"Complete Pel A
Fish Supplies"
16756 S. Dixie Highway
Phone 238-7212
Holiday Greetings
CONCORD
CAFETERIA
1921 COLLINS AVENUE
Miami Beach
Phone J 4-4883
- HOLIDAY GREETINGS -:
TRULY NOUN
Exterminators
Ask lor Edith Zelizer
600 N.W. TBi AVENUE
MMMr-YLORIDA
-------377-4411
HOLIDAY GREETINGS T ROM .
COMMONWEALTH LAND TITLE
INSURANCE COMPANY
Main Office
42 S.W. FIRST ST.
Branch Oittice
12345 N.E. SIXTH AVE.
Al's Service Center
EXPERT GENERAL AUTOMOTIVE REPAIRS
1101 W. FLAGLER ST.
Ph. 371-3365
MR. AND MRS. MORRIS FUTERNICK II
and Family
Wish their Relatives and Friends
A Happy Chanukah
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Ol B It HO IT JIMI7J KS
YOUR SOUTH MIAMI JEWELER
7220 RED ROAD (Crossroad Bldg.) Ph. 665-2112
SYLVIA M. LINET
ACE REFRIGERATION
SUPPLIES, Inc.
46 N.W. M'.n Street
Miami. Florida 33127
Telephone 371.1552
A FULL LINE
OF
REFRIGERATION
AND
AIR
CONDITIONING
SUPPLIES
CHANUKAH GREETINGS FROM
WASHINGTON AVE. SUPER MARKET
1051 WASHINGTON AVE., MIAMI BEACH
MR. and MRS. CHARLES REICHENTHAL
Happy Chanukah To All. ..
DITCH IVUklM. CO., IXC.
4115 N.W. 28th STREET
PHONE: 634-7411
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
sk itVNftiii-itm t vi. i\c.
925 W. FLAGLER STREET, MIAMI
PHONE 3715554
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Schwebke, Shiskin & Associates, Inc.
LAND PLANNIRS- f&CTmtS IMUHUHrtYOKS
SOU MECHANICS
18800 N.W. 2nd Are., Miami Phone 624-8471 or 927-2871
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
A HAPPY CHANUKAH
MacDONALD'S IMPERIAL
CLEANERS & LAUNDRY
DRAPES-SPREADS-RUGS PICKUP & DELIVERY SERVICE
Phone MO 1-5831
5850 S. DIXIE HWY. SOUTH MIAMI
TO ALL GREETINGS
BAC CONSTRUCTION. INC.
ENGINEERING CONTRACTORS
6095 N.W. 72nd Ave. Phone 888-0638
SEWERS & WATER SPECIALISTS
John Aiello Victor L. Buscaino
\*^rustal <-slouse
5055 COLLINS AVENUE
Miami Beach
To Our Many Friends and Pations .. Greetings
CLARE & LEWIS CO.
WHOLESALE GROCERS
5301 NW 37th AVE. Phone 633-0116
PORTOFINO
SENDS GREETINGS TO
ALL HIS FRIENDS
GREETINGS
Universal Salvage & Equipment
3273 N.W. No. River Drive 634-7744
UNIVERSAL JET INDUSTRIES
599 W. 27th Street, Hialeah
Phone 887-5651


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Friday. December 5 1959,
_>-/ Cory s^/titDoi/ ^rlnituihiih tc ->~tll
#* FRO* THE
\ PRODUCERS'ASSOCIATION

tfee.
A Happy Chanukah To All
MILLER AND SOLOMON, INC.
460 S. Dixie Highway Coral Gables
GENERAL CONTRACTORS
Phone 661-3403
GREETINGS TO ALL
CHARLES RESTAURANT
GOOD FOOD GOOD COFFEE
CHARLES EMERSON, Owntr
7121 N.W. 35th AVENUE
Telephone OX 1-6911
TofMLifff,*
c
1250 20th Street, Miami Beach
Best Wishes, Bud Tucker
534-2194
ENNESS GARMENT CO. INC.
ENNESS GARMENT BLDG., 221 N.W. 1st Court
Miami
HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL
FLORIDA DIVISION
Phone 377-4951 1201 Bricketl Avenue
Mutual of Omaha Insurance Co. United Benefit Life Insurance)
HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL
BETTER VACUUM SERVICE CO.
Sales and Service All Makes
SMALL APPLIANCE REPAIRS-PARTS & SERVICE
12327 NE 6th AVE., No. Miami, Fla. PL 1-2889
GREETINGS FROM ..
BARK P1J Mill**; CO.
P.O. BOX 517, HIALEAH, FLA. 3301 1
Phone: 885-4282
A Dramatic Chapter In American History
(-ontinurri From Page 5-F
bea i H no had i
in life: a local a
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; ? the revelations a
Judi ":
the Confederacy. Inti Dr. Korn as ai
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was not listed as '
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MODERN BOOK
SHOP, INC.
5771 Sunset Dr.. South Miam
666-2568
A Hapoy Chanul To A'
MARY
DOWLEN. INC.
FLORIST
312 Arthur Godfrey Road
Miami Beach
Phone 531-0872
To A:l Greet -3s
TAMIAMI PLUMBING
CO.. Inc.
Jomes 8. Burgin
Serving South Dode County
and South Miami
8525 SO. DIXIE HIGHWAY
Phone MO 7-831
"
PARIS BUILDERS, INC.
General Contractors
7401 S.W. 69th Court, Miami
666-0366
SPORTSWEAR
Maggie, Inc.
3 LOCATIONS
332 Miracle Mile
817 Lincoln Road Mall
9525 Harding Avenue
.IOII> I..
POWERS
ROOFIXO
RE-ROOFING REPAIRS
Ph. 531-3018
Lid ed and In red
Budge* Tern
1628 ALTON ROAD
Miami Beach
A Happy Cha- > All
CampbeWs
ATLANTIC AND
WRECKER SERVICE
2390 S.W. 57th AVENUE
Phone 667-9267
L. T. CAMPBELL P:op.
Chanukah Greetings From
STAR
TRUCK BODY
BUILDERS
MARIO CASTILLO Owner
724 N.W 21st STREET
GREETINGS
ALL OUR FRIENDS
LCASEY
^ C01 d Honing Instal 1 3
5949 S W 68th STREET
Phone 667-5194
We Are The Wall Coverinq
Leader Ln the South!
LILYAN
CORTEZ
WALl-CO IMPERIAL
"WAILTEX"
ERIAL SCRUBBAL
GLENDURA'
7121 N.W. 6th AVE.
758-8791
Holiday Greel
MELROSE
ELECTRIC
"Service With /ntegrit,
Since 1935"
118 S.W. 27 Avenue
Phone 642-3461
LOUIS...
Your Hairdresser
WHERE
INDIVIDUAL
SERVICE
fS GIVEN
Beauty
SALON
1735 CORAL WAY
SPECIALIZING IN Al '
BRANCHES OF BF.A
CULTURE
Phone HI 8-4328
RENT FROM
RYDER
as Low as $7 per day

CHICK OUR 10WIR RATES
f*r Week, Month, long Term.
late Models and Siies to Meet
Any Requirements.
LOW RATES INCLUDE
Gasoline, Service, Insuronct

1600 NW 2lit Terrc
Miami, Flo.
Ph. 635-1371

CALL WOW lOt DETAILS
RYDER
TRUCK
RENTAL


Friday, December 5. 1969
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The So-Called Moratorium
B.n RAKKI SAM I EL SILVER


Pome were moved by the pacific nature of
the* protests. Others were moved to protesl
too little was being said about the in-
equity of the Communists. What Washington
is loing annoys many; but what the North
Vietnamese are doing doesn't soon to "hanoi"
n ; ny of the protesters.
Among the other fruits of the Moratorium
\v. re some fine rhetoric and some moving li-
turgical creations at various worship services.
One of the fincsi of the latter is a special
service en ited by Rabbi Milton Rosenbaum
Congregation Emanu-El, Oak Park, Mich.
The language he used in the observance con-
ducted under the auspices of the College of
Jewish Studies and the Federation of Reform
Synagogues stabs you right in the conscience.
Here are some samples:
We know, O God, that We are not alone in
this immoral destruction .
"Help un to avoid Plonking unronrrm wltJi
a mantle of prated principles .
Teach as to hind up the wound* .,: the
injured, to bury dead ambitions with the
bodies of the dead .
"Keep its from the unus. assurance ol our
own virtue .
"Aid us in understanding that pi << not
decided as much as it is runntructcd."
How's that for language? Trj s>me m
Rosenbaumiana. Elsewhere in this ritual we
read:
"Turn the hearts of those who sit at the
heads of government to thoughts of solution
instead of victory, to a body count of the liv-
ing, the fed, the schooled and the hopeful
rather than to a body count of the dead and
the maimed."
Or. how's this?
"We recall with sorrow thus*' who have
perished in battle on both sides, those bled.
burned and blown up by blind bombs and
mindless shells; those taken by disease and
Starvation in the wake of war and those mur-
dered selectively for political purposes. For
all these deaths we ask Thy forgiveness ."
Greetings for a Most To All Greetings A
Happy Chanukah SERVICE GLASS & MIRRORS, INC. HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL
MR. and MRS. FREE ESTIMATES $
DONALD FARBER QUALITY WORKMANSHIP
Dr. and Mrs.
MR. and MRS. 759 N.E. 79th Street Manning J. Rosnick
MILTON RICHMOND Phone 754-5527 and Family

Chanukah Greetings

A Happy Chanukah To All HERMAN
B. W. THACKER GREEN PAINT Holiday Greetings From .
AGENCY TYPEWRITERS & Body Shop 19th HOLE BAR Where Friends Meet
Adding Machine! 500 N.E. 167th Street and Relax
Check Writers Phone 945-4912 1910S.W. 57th Ave.
80LD RENTED REPAIRED 2530 Ali-Baba Avenue Opa-Locka Miami, Florida
339 N.E. 2nd AVENUE Phone 685-5492 Phone 667-9130
Happy Chanukah HAPPY HOLIDAYS HOLIDAY GREETINGS -
JOAN and MAC KLEIN TO ALL OUR
Club Deuce Bar FRIENDS & CLIENTS Alexander's CAUSEWAY ELECTRICAL SUPPLY
& Package Store AIRLINES AUTO 721 5th STREET
222 14th Street, Miami Beach RENT-A-CAR On Miami Beach 538-2321
Phone JE 1-6200 Ph. 634-8585 2699 N.W. 42 AVE. "Everything Electrical"
Good Wishes from LeJeune Rd., Miami

Holiday Greetings

IRVING L. WEXLER MUZAK CORP Holiday Greetings VIVIAN BLUME ANIMAL KINGDOM Birds, Tropical Fish, Dog Grooming, Pet Supplies
VVBli FINE FURNITURE 1105 N.W. 119th Street
Dade and Broward Counties 736 Arthur Godfrey Road North Miami
531-7341 Miami Beach, Florida Phone 688-3021

GREETINGS FROM


MR. & MRS. CARUSO ORNAMENTAL PETE'S LAWN MOWER
MURRAY SCHWARTZMAN IRON WORKS SERVICE Sharpening Factory Method
Realtor GRIILWORK Small Engine Reppirs Ktntah 8195 N.W. 17th AVE.
52B LINCOLN RD. ORNAMENTAL IRON WORK (Formerly on 79th Street) Phone 6930221
JE 8-4162 2732 N.W. 34th STREET Pet* Tito, Owner
*
tar at a-
^/4 very Ktfltmpit *m**homukah to ^/tll
NATIONAL
TITLE
ABSTRACTS TITlt INSURANCE M0RT6AGIS
MAIN OFFICE
151 S.W. 27th AVENUE PHONE: 642-6220
Branch: 2300 E. Oakland Park blvd., Ft. Lauderadle
Phone 565-5911
To All Our Friends and Patrons Most Happy Holidays
LANG ROOFING & TILE CO., INC.
Established 1939
ROOF REPAIRING and SHEET METAL WORK
PL 8-1009 PL 1-2878
573 N.W. 71st STREET
^f very ^Hitp/.M/ C^hanuhah to _>-///
$
Miami Jai Alai Fronton
633-9661
L. STANLEY "BUDDY" BERENSON
And Associate*
_>*T very wTiiooy V__-/jiiiu/A'i/i to ^y~i(l
Bonfire Restaurant
BROWARD RESIDENTS CALL 923-4673
HICKORY ROASTED FOOD OVER OPEN BONFIRE
Holiday Greetings To AM
MICHAEISON'S TROPHIES
AWARDS and I lUII'lIII s
FOR ANY OCCASION
30 N.E. 54th Street, Miami PL 4-4381
TNT CHEMICALS, INC.
MANUFACTURERS OF
HOUSEHOLD INSECTICIDES
Best Wishes To All For The Holidays
111 JIOHLIA S MOI SK THAI"
7460 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami 754-0433
A Happy Chanukah T<
ALEX SHAYEWITZ and BERNARD AlVAR
MASTERCRAET FURNITURE & UPHOLSTERING MEG.
CO., INC.
3823 N.E. 1st COURT, MIAMI PI 4-3661
A Happy Holiday Season To All
.MM t AltkLOW* IS AICIIIIS SIKH"
109 N.E. 2nd Avenue, Miami
Phone 374-7528
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A VERY HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL
TO ALL OUR JEWISH FRIENDS AND MEMBERS
Y.MX.A. of GREATER MIAMI

40 N.E. 3rd Avenue
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL
WONDERFUL CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS
TFBWfim
BAKERY
"Butter Makes It Better"
Phone 532-4445
1249 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach
division oi NEW YORK BAKERIES. INC.
Holiday Greetings From
DADE PIPE & PLUMBING SUPPLY
ALL STATE PUMP CO.
4923 N.W. 17th AVENUE
Phone: 633-6338
CHANUKAH GREETINGS FROM
American Sightseeing Tours
1000 N.W. Le Jeune Road, Miami
FOR INFORMATION and RESERVATIONS
PHONE. 633-0281
CHANUKAH GREETINGS FROM
INDUSTRIAL TRUCKS OF FLORIDA, INC.
''A Complete Line of Material Handling Equipment"
7175 N.W. 27th Avenue
Phone: 696-8911
HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL
m&CAYNE MEDiCAL
LABORATORIES, INC.
2650 BISCAYNE BLVD.
NGS IOM .
slater .ei:\vi:ij;y CO,
OF NORTH MIAMI, INC.
771 N.E. 125th STREET OPPOSITE "NEW" CITY HALL
Phone 891-8913
GREETINGS
TIMtiTA' BATTERIES, INC.
"First to Last in Batteries"
2125 N.W. 17th AVENUE Call 633-3403
Mr. ]. H. Jacoby and Mr. A. T. Enqelman
AA TRIANGLE TRANSFER & WAREHOUSE CO., INC.
fr Specialists in Local & Long Distance Moving ^
PACKING CRATING STORAGE
Your Only Mayflower Agent in Dade County North of Flagler
Call 754-5517
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Continued From Page l-F
Minister of Education and Culture.
After ho was elected to the Ex-
ecutive ol the Jewish Agencj In
1952, he became head or it- Infor-
mation Department. In 1954, h<-
was chosen to head the Depart-
menl for Education and.Cultw* hi
the Diaspora, and two years later
the Jewish Agency Executive in
Jerusalem named him as acting
chairman.
Five years before he became
Israel's president, the honorar> de-
gree ol Doctor of Hebrew Litera-
ture was conferred upon him hj
the Jewish Theological Semin :
of America. A man ol wide in-
terests and a grcal store of knowl-
edge, as well as a persuasive and
accomplished sp.-ak.-r. Mr. Shaz i
has gone n numerous missions
abroad in various capacities, both
before and since his election as
President. He has written and
spoken extensively on historical,
itical and literary subjects.
Earlier this year, President and
Mrs. Shazar paid a 10-day st I
visit to Nepal. Thc> tour, rl throe
South American countries Cl
Uruguay and Brazil during Jun
and July, stopping over in the
.tf~-

PRESIDENT /AI.MAN SHAZAB
Slat.-- onrouto b ick t" Is-
rael Other official visits outsid.
1,., countrj include his tr to
Washing! in 1963 with .
Gold i Moir, who was th. n I-
. n Ministoi to atl nd the
i ol Presidonl John F Ken-
ni |, i he was roc. > '"
dent Johnson on that
and his trip toLondoi l '
,n.n) ol r sl
David Bon-Guri m ii '<"'" '
th. fum-ra (S W
Churchill at tho invitation 0f the
British government.
A follower and adhert
Habad < Lubavitcru-ri m
he was among tho founders ..f ; .
Habad, the movement's
village in central Israel. Mr Sha;
was named after tho founder .
that po I yady. '"Habad" |s an ... .
that stands for the threi H
words meaning "Wlsdon
standing and Knowledge
A figure of prornineno
tinction in her own righi \|
Shazar's wife, the
Katznelson, was a co-fou
tho Women's Work, rs
and editor of "Dvar II ...
(Women Work.".-' Jou
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND CLIENIS
JIMMY JAMES
BOB BARNES
GEORGE CARLOCK
ANN STOFMAN
1733 S.W. 14th St., Ft. Lauderdale
(Miami Phone) 866-3726
Nappy Holiday Greetings To All
ADVANCE METAL
PRODUCTS. INC.
2445 N.W. 76th STREET
Phone 691-2535
HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL
"/ far %>( ii / far '(< If it fir. ii
creator and designer of distinctive jewelry k Air^ rt *\
-*-
I
w^i
&
2
6
,->
RUUW.T BAT CLbl
>l1^.\ SI" SCULPTURED JEWELRY. IMC.
Ml.Ml. ILA
866-6344
Same ownership
305 374-1042
HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL
..;_.
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im \
% Qeti}* FURNITURE
A Compltl* Zcltcfion of Nv f*'*'**^
* Cittern Mod* Furniturt For Your Hem* ftl -^
642-5244
2428 S.W. 8 ST.
MIAMI, FLORIDA 33135
TOSIklUUW
,\ll
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
SID MARGOLIS and
MARK ROSENFELD
GALLOWAY
PHARMACY
PrescriptionsBarton's Candy
Charge Accounts Invited
7035 S.W. 87th Avenue
Miami-271-3081
BEST WISHES FOR
THE HOLIDAYb
SUNSET
PLUMBING CO.
6022 S. Dixie Highway
South Miami
Happy Holiday Greetincs
From
ROSE KICK ami
ASSOCIATES, INC.
ADVERTISING
1090 N.E. 79th Street
Phone 751-6322
Our Very Beit Wishes
For A Happy Ho
To All. ..
MART 11 VS
Beauty Salon
1327 S.W. 8th Street
Miami, Florida
Phone 373-1940
Holiday i:
I. GIVNER
LADIES' & MEN'S
TAILORING
'Specialii'mg in Alterations
12485 N.E. 6th Avenue
Phone 757-8201


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* Jenirt Meridian
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GREETING?
A Happy Chanukah To All
COPERNICO'S
RESTAURTNT
250 N.E. 183rd Street
North Miami Beach
Phone 621-0944
BEST
WISHES
FOR
a Happy
Chanukah
ontpliinents v. y
MIAMI BEACH
YACHT CORP.
1928 PURDY AVENUE
538-4365
538-7621
SSi
III ST WISHES
from
Aerodex, Inc.
Aircraft Engines
Specialists
Miami International
Airport
887-0241
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
FROM
LES COIFFURES
509 ARTHUR GODFREY RD.
MIAMI BEACH
Phone 531-0592
KOTKIN'S
JEWELRY, INC.
Greets the Jewish
Community on Chanukah
Seybold Building
Miami, Florida
A Haopy Chanukah To All
from
STANLEY BORNSTEIN
Seminole Tile Co.
4634 S W. 75th Avenue
226-8381
MR. LEO CIMENT
f the
DIXIE PICTURE FRAME CO.
EXTENDS
to All His Friends and Patrons
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
MR. & MRS. LOUIS SHERR>
of
LOUIS SHERRY
ASSOCIATES, INC.
Realtors
extend best wishes for a
HAPPY CHANUKAH
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
OIXIE-S
HOIIY SHOP
1490 N.E. 123rd Street
Phone 757-4729
A Happy Chanukah To Al
THE
PINES
NURSING
HOME
301 N.E. 141st Street
North Miami. Florida
MIAMI LAWN
MOWER CO.
20256 OLD CUTLER ROAD
A Happy Chanukah To All
D. T. C. Tool Corp,
2777 N.W. 54th STREET
MIAMI
633-9081
A Happy Chanukah To All
Snowbrite Co.
Roof Cleaning & Painting
Phones:
373-8125-947-6465
ALFRED ARONOYITZ
AND
ROBERT M. HAVERFIELD
EXTEND THEIR BEST WISHES
FOR A MOST HAPPY
Chanukah
CITY NATIONAL BANK BUILDING
25 W. FLAGLER STREET
M'AMI, FLORIDA
GREENLEAF & CROSBY
JEWELERS
9700 COLLINS AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
THE OLDEST JEWELERS IN FLORIDA
Quality Diamonds Since 1868, Greenlcaf & Crosby
has been famous for its outstanding collection of qem
quality diamonds in trcditional and modern settings.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL
Biscayne Chemical
Industries Inc.
INDUSTRIAL CHEMICALS LAUNDRY DRY CLEAN-
ING and JANITOR SUPPLIES and EQUIPMENT
LABORATORY SUPPLIES AND CHEMICALS
* SERVING +
DADE COUNTY BR0WARD MONROE LEI
MARTIN SAINT LUCIE PALM BEACH INDIAN RIVER
1215 N.W. 7th AVE., MIAMI 33136 FR 71421
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
MACK'S CYCLE SHOP
SilllllW BICYCLES
On Sunset Drive 1 Block West of U.S. No. 1
5995 SUNSET DRIVE, SOUTH MIAMI
OVER 500 WE CARRY A FULL LINE
BIKES IN STOCK OF ADULT BICYCLES
Phone 661-8363
SALES REPAIRS ON ALL MAKES
z/t tori/ v/T .jihm/ ..luiiiiih.ih fo _^//'
MADER & COMPANY
Steamship Agency
P. & O. DOCKS PIER 1
DIAL 379-3401
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL
COHEN'S BAKKKV
CLOSED SATURDAYS
tSS Washington Avenu. MIAMI BEACH Phont JE 8-6141
HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL
PYMS-SUCHMAN REAL ESTATE CO.
9265 S. DIXIE HWY. M- MO 7-6461
Specializing in Acreage, Homes, Business Property in So Dade


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CROSSLEY

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/ II
WINDOW
CORP.
7375 N.W. 35th AVENUE
MIAMI, FLORIDA
RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL
INDUSTRIAL SALES
Phone 691-1250
^s4 Leru iv
MIAMI BEACH OPTICAL CIHTtt, m.
CACH
iii uuBcnmorT*
Holiday Greetings F.om .
BANNER TIRE
5255 N.W. 27 Avenue
3621 So Dixie (U. S. V Miami
West Hollywood. 2209 N. State Road 7
17615 South Dixie Highway. Perrlne
HAPPY CHANUKAH TO OUR
MANY FRIENDS IN SOUTH FLORIDA
TROPIGAS
INC. OF FLORIDA
Since 1927
We Serve You ... As You Wish to be Sr>ed
2603 Ponce de Leon Boulevard, Coral Gables
CHANUKAH GREETINGS FROM
FLAGLER INSURANCE
AGENCY, INC.
Donald Kaplan
Marvin- Haven
z*\
TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS
DBIEN
Fashions by Uigna'"*'
237 NJ.SMI STREET Phone 379-5971
Israeli Develops Gas-Powered Artificial Limb
Dr. Dino Bousso. an engineer
of the Technion-Israel Institute
of Technology in Haifa, has in-
troduced a lightweight artificial
arm which has six movements
and is operated by electric im-
pulses derived from muscle con-
traction. The gas-powered limb
v.as described as a -marked ad-
vance"' in rehabilitation medi-
cine when it was shown recent-
ly at the Institute of Rehabilita-
tion Medicine of the New York
University Medical Center.
Dr. Bousso. who developed the
13-ounce arm. is at the Institute
on a grant. "We have an arm
much lighter and more versatile
than anything available." Dr.
Bousso declared. "I welcome this
opportunity to bring the arm.
using electric control and pneu-
matic power, to the Institute of
Rehabilitation Medicine for fur-
ther evaluation. It is this type of
international cooperation which
furthers our field of expertise-
and benefits mankind." The
limb's weight, simplicity and
evenness of motion are among
its unique features, he said.
Electric muscle impulses con-
trol the gas flow which powers
the six movements of the arm
Greetings To The
Jewish Community
ROSE SEPTIC
TANK CO., INC.
8295 N.W. 93rd St.
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Medley. Florida
Phone: 887-5594
A Happy Chanukah To All
Propollor
Service
of Miami
Miami International Airport
Ph. 887-7581
ALL METAL
FABRICATIONS
4222 S.W. 75th AVE.
Miami
Ph. 223-1851
AL & JACK ZISMAN
a HAPPY hzl::a:'
end Best W.shes to All
Holiday Gree'ings
Fro~i
THE UNICORN
2957 Florida Avenue
Coconut Grove
Phone 445-0479
He!.flay Grsetiigs
To All
FRENCHIE'S
ANTIQUES and FURNITURE
2700 N.W, 27th Avenue
Phone 634-2021
pneumatically, he said. The arm.
which is in the laboratory devel-
opment stage, is the only arti-
ficial limb to perform in such
a versatile manner.
Here.i* the way the Bousso
arm works:
Electrodes, placed on muscles
which can be voluntarily tensed,
pick up minute electrical im-
pulses generated in the muscles
whenever the patient's brain
wills them to contract.
When amplified, these ekc-
trical impulses operate a pneu-
matic solenoid valve that regu-
lates gas flow into the actuators.
One-third the weight of other
artificial limbs, the arm. which
is comprised of light aluminum
alloys and high-strength plastic
material mainly nylon can be
used by a child. It is so struc-
tured that a child can recharge
the gas container unaided.
The Bousso limb includes the
following features:
Close simulation of normal
arm movements through the
use of a special rotary ac-
tuator.
Extremely low weight of the
limb which i's< s gas as its
energy source, and doubling
Chanukah Greetings
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Office Interiors
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Employment Agency
213 N.E. 97th Street
Phone 7544667
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
RUDMA
PICTURE CO.
PAUL W. BOUTH.IER
(New Owner)
2312 Ponce de Leon Blvd.
Coral Gables
Phone 443-6262
ABC Auto Radiator
SERVICE
6200 N.W. 27th AVE.
OX 12221
1 HOUR WHILE vou
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of control signals which can
be obtain* d per muscle.
Simplicity and compactness
ol the electronic circuit fit-
ted into the arm itself.
Kase of the limb's operation.
Dr. Bousso's research was sup-
ported by a $40,000 grant from
the Lady Hoarc Thalidomide
Appeal and the Goudie Trust -
two private British charity
fundswhich undertook to help
the nearly 5.000 Kuropean chil-
dren who were born with un-
developed limbs as a result of
the drug bting prescribed for
their mothers.
He began by concentrating on
the development of a rotary
actuator transforming energy
directly into rotary motion, and
was able to produce a new type
of rotary pouch actuator with
high efficiency, low volume and
\v< ight. which was suited to per-
form more movements and ear-
ly higher leads than the piston
actuators previously in use. The
gripping dements of the limbs
were then equipped with optical
gauges to indicate the amount
of force exerted, and harm |
to the body by means of a corset
CMtniMCi TO All
t
Mot "Kit AaenW" fating Ploto
Kenny's fttsfaurairf
Air C,miiti-*4
Phone 374-4658
200 N.E. 2nd AVENUE
Open 24 Hours
Holiday greetings
OLLIE PAGE
TIRES
3870 E. 4th Avenue
HIALEAH
FRANK KALISH Mgr
Tel. 822-5161

PLAZA
OPTICAL
SERVICE
W. Hollywood Shopping Plan
Phone 989-2554
Prescriptions Filled
Contact Lenses
Lenses Duplicated
Repairs
HARRY COLLEN Optician
27C S. State Road 7
Hollywood, Florida
C. I. KISTLER
COMPANY
445-1441
1414 CORAL WAY
Lowest Monthly Payment to
This Area on Horn* Loans
LOWEST RATES
No Mortgage Insurance
Charge
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VENETIAN NURSING -
CONVALESCENT HOME
F0 All TYPE CASfS
1330 NE Bayshoro Dr.
Miami 379-7649
MM. AND MM.
NATHAN K. SMCT0I
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fortlW t t:i 'contains of the
user.
Linib i-or.vy n >nts can be ex-
tended as'the' child grows, and
.vuikj,^ pgeatjuge of the gM qyn
.1*- .acctli-ruUii to increase iis
l owe*-. 'IK- r<$ \ix is an artificial
limb with six di -n nl move-
irn'rtts.
i i
,.T. ehpkjri ^ferat! Institute o<
rrcchewjoay, -ivUh which Or.
Bousae is ponnsc t< .;. is Israel's
d> si luiiv.risi-.. and its only
.s\ai, t .hj^vi learning devoted
niir. ly i.'. the education of en-
gineers., founded in 1012 by
/itii. man, German, and Russian
J< wish philanthropists, the in-
stitution had an i nrollment of
4.500 undergraduate and 1.800
^graduate students in its it de-
fartnn nts an.l faculties at the
opening of its 1%9-to academic
yar. The curriculum coven the
full spectrum of ngineering splines, and the teaching staff
has more than 1.000 professors,
assistant professors, senior lec-
turers and instructors.
The American Technion Soci-
ety, which has its headquarters
Hi 1000 Fifth Av.\. New York
City, provides sunport for Is-
rael's technological institution.
Located in Beautiful
- Coral Gables
VILLA CORTEZ
MOTEL
4700 S.W 8th Street.
Coral Gables
445-5453
Ben Greene
Dental Laboratory
420 Lincoln Read, Miami Beach
Phone 538-5566
Compliments
oi
MR. AND MRS.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
TO ALL
Located at
227 Seybold Bldg.
A Happy Chanukah To All
THE HACK FAMILY
Miami
Food Store
65 N.E. 14th Street
Phone FR 3-2038
Visit Our Store on U.S. 1,
Plantation Key, Florida
"Keys Payfair"
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
CENTRAL
LIGHTING FIXTURES
12607 N.W. 7th AVI.
Miami
685-1514
Dr. Dino Bousso of the TechnionIsrael Institute of Tech-
nology, Haifa, Israel, displays unique gas-powered 13 oz.
arm, said to be lightest ever conceived. The Technion-
Bousso arm, comprised cf aluminum and plasticmainly
nylon, hes six movements.
CORAL GABLES GARAGE
SPECIALIZING IN CADILLAC SERVICE
FREE PICK-UP and DELIVERY (AAA)
4200 LAGUNA, CORAL GABIES
PAINT AND BODY WORK
Ph. 448-2691
NORTH DADE FURNITURE
HOME OF NAME BRANDS
FURNITURE
? QUALITY
BEDDING
LOW PRICES
ACCESSORIES
SERVICE
Located on U.S. Highway 441 at 199th Street
19926 N.W. 2nd Avenue
Phone 621-1721
HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL OUR
FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS
GREETINGS
J. W. EWALT KENNEL
RACING AT BISCAYNE, FLAGLER
AND MIAMI BEACH DOG TRACKS
GREETINGS TO ALL
SEARLE & MORRIS INSURANCE, INC.
ALL FORMS OF INSURANCE
11S Almeria Avenue Coral Gables
Phone 443-2553
TO All 6 K t E 1 I M 6 S
Wred's Elvvtrie Motor Serriee
Specializing in Direct Current Motors New and Rebuilt
1666 N.W. 7th Avenue Phone 374-0155
A VERY HAPPY CHANUKAr TC ALL
LINOLEUM CITY
5658 N.W. 7th Avenue, Miami
Phone: 757-8021
_______.
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL
THE TOWN RESTAURANT
ijj W.E. 1st otreei ___
VHEAKFAST LUNCHEON DINNEF
WIimI Air Conditioned AM. to 1 *M.
Closed Sunday Phone FR 4-4733
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tj^jest LUishcs to
C cry FRANKFURTERS SAIAVI BOLOGNA
PASTRAMI CORNED BEEF TONGUES
AMERICAN KOSHER PROVISIONS, INC.
Miami New York
RED COACH GRILL
1455 Biscayne Boulevard
Ph. 379-4008
LITTLE RIVER
MARINE CONSTRUCTION CO.
750 N.E. 78th TERRACE
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Phone 758-5579
Interiors by
LONGS
"FREE CUSTOMER PARKING"
MAKING CONSTANTLY AVAILABLE
NEW and BETTER PRODUCTS FOR YOUR OFFICE
601 NORTH MIAMI AVENUE, MAMI, FLORIDA 33101
TELEPHONE: 377-1551
HAPPY HOLIDAYS TO ALL
The Round Table __Ft L.ud.r.i.
The Hasta Miami
The Bahama Steak House mimu
Carole's Restaurant mate*
THE FINEST IN DINING *
A Happy Chanukah To AM
WESTINGHOUSE ELECTRIC CORPORATION
THtVISIOS DIVISION
P.O. BOX 397, Miami 33152 634-5461
To Ail Greetings FRED and JOE LANGMEYER
ATLAS PRINTING & OFFSET
"JOB PRINTING"
5519-21 NW 7th AVENUE Ph. 757-4893
"We Cat* To Parties"
Phone 643-3111
NEW SORRENTO RESTAURANT & COCKTAIL LOUNGE
"PLINTY OF PARKING ROOM"
3059 SW 8th STREET (on the Trail) Miami, Fta.
Motion Cuisine S, Pino Air Conditioner! 260 Seating Capacity
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL
ENNESS GARMENT CO. INC.
221 N.W. 1st Court, Miami
373-1257
. -


?age 14-F
*Jewidh fkridHur
Friday, December 5, 1969
SEASONS GREETINGS
FLORIDA CULTURAL &
HUMANITARIAN SOCIETY, INC.
1211 W. FLAGLER
MIAMI
Phone 373-3379
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL
OUR CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS
Community National
Bank & Trust Company
COMPLETE TRUST FACILITIES
CHECKING ACCOUNTS
SAVING ACCOUNTS
SAFE DEPOSIT
LOANS
DRIVE-IN AND WALK-UP WINDOWS
OPEN 9:00 A.M. TO 4:30 P.M.
YOUR CONVENIENT
FULL SERVICE BANK
COLLINS AVtNUE AT 96th STREET BAL HARBOUR
^4 Ten, sJCappy (ZLnuL/t fo a4ll
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JA I L L
1
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ail o e I a t t x
Cxtaklo*. ^JuxnUux* Oox DKf Vbteoxatox
-:- -:- HOLIDAY GREETING -:- -:-
TO THE JEWISH COMMUNITY
SHOP-RITE DISCOUNT STORES, INC.
524 ARTHUR GODFREY ROAD
MIAMI BEACH 531-6811
"Why Pay More?"
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL
lilt \E>Y ItOOB IX. &
Silt:II METAL CO.
2955 N.W. 73rd Street, Miami
Phone 691-2678
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
BROWNSVILLE DRUG STORE
4634 N.W. 27th Avenue
Phone: 634-7233
Continued From Page S-F
primary. They gathered i 'l>l1
other's homes for group worship
rather than in the established
synagogues, not only because
they preferred the Ashkenazi
rneTdoTes wlffi which they were
familiar, but also because thej
were really not made welcome.
Their strangeness was obvious
to all ami seemed to embarrass
the Sefaradim who had forgot-
ten what ii was lik" to have to
adjust to a new environment.
I.,-i it l).' said in their favor.
however, that they now have a
differenl attitude. Their \
h ive changed. And there is a
generation gradual 1) taking
over. The difference in syna-
gogue ritu il means little exci |l
to .i few of the older gei ral i
and the difference in histo i
rlevel ipment on the islan I
comes less in ;
- on apace. an to bring the I '- of the
Jew ish c immunit> close i to-
riei
In 11 l.i. m to it> olh.
Iil)Ils. the B'nai Bfith lodge has
served as a bridge Within it
ihe groups have learned to know
and appreciate each other, me
lodge and the two synagogues
form the framework ol the or-
,.,ml/(.d community through
which all functions are per-
formed.
When the 10.000 Jew* hi Cuba
when Castro took over began to
emigrate, the geographic posi-
tion ol Curacao as well as the
strength of its Jewish commu-
nity gave it a special role The
whole community was behind its
,,,,,- to help, and a Jewish
lUinjtj Council was formed
under the leadership of one ol
it, most I ""'"- "
. | i- still doing a
. ,. ... Onb hC hard
n Jewish -
1.80 "*
It ment
I vhich the ke>
.....Hie has
ilt to
A. : ol this
I'-
ll'.' ir Israi
was in Mexico at his own ex-
pense seeking government ac-
ceptance of more transient or
permanent Cuban Jewish refu-
gees. It is this kind of warm
heart, deep undemanding, and
effective effort which reflecta
the attitude ol the whole com-
munity, a project in \vhich the
differences l>etween them are
completeb forgot ten.
CHANUKAH GREETING? FRO'
LELA B. REED
Realtor
575 N.E. 125 St., NORTH MIAMI, FLORIDA
Phone 751-1688
... M
CAPRICE. IMC.
WOMEN'S APPAREL
5853 S.W. 73rd Street
South Miami
Telephone 667-0011
-: HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO -:-
THE JEWISH COMMUNITY
GEIGER DISTRIBUTORS
1160 N.W. 72nd STREET MIAMI
Telephone: 836-1331
"Heating and Air Conditioning"
. HOLIDAY GREETINGS .
STANLEY ARTEX WINDOWS
(Division of The Stanley Works. New Britain. Conn
1890 N.E. 146th STREET. NORTH MIAMI
'America Builds Better and Lives Bettei With Stanley
- Holiday Greetings -
- To The Jewish Community -
TOBY'S CAFETERIA
MR. and MRS IRVING B KAPLAN
During th<' ye.-irs since 1948,
it has been the Ashkena/i Jews
who proved warmest in their re-
sponse to Israel's needs thrown
I'nited Israel Appeal and Israel
Bonds The insecurities an I
heavals ol two world u ,
Europe had apparentl) left the
Sefaradim untouched. The}
completely bi cure In an inte-
;rati i mode ol III a hiel
fluded full social aecepAan e It
was hard for them to ufl ^
the need and the> c inni i
entirely blamed for thi
ahilitj t" to I Intensely
what was happei
parts <>! the world
It as not until the s i
w ir ol 1967 that Ihej
i to their i rsp n -
and ;> o\ ed that thej w i
peopli ol & msi
Greetings To All
Aaron Kapit
DESK
K \ (. H A \ (, /;
Phone NE 4-4024
New and Used Office
Furniture
2742 N.W. 35th STREET
A Happy Chanukah To A
PERFECT
Corset Shop
1755 SW. 8th STREET
Miami, Florida
Your FIGURE Problem
Is NO PROBLEM to us
643-5946
A Happy Chanukah To A
BALDWIN
Mortage Co.
BALDWIN
Insurance Agency, Inc.
PHONE FR 4-8181
840 Biscayne Blvd., Miami
SINCERE GOOD WISHES
TO ALL
GREETINGS
Dade Underwriters
Insurance Agency
RALPH D. HOLLANDER
901 N.E. 125th Street
North Miami
891-6300
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
from
YOUNG
AGES
604 LINCOLN ROAD
ELI LINIADO
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X
HAPP^
HANNUK/
JEWISH AIR FORCE TRAINEES
lift their voices in the singing of
"Maoz Tzur" as they use re-
ligious and Chanukah supplies
provided by the Commission of
Jewish Chaplaincy of the Na-
tional Jewish Welfare Board
(JWB) in their outdoor obser-
vance of the Festival of Lights
at Lackland Air Force Base,
Texas.
A Dramatic Chapter In American History
Continued From Pftgto 6-F
is. for instance, the question of discrimination
igainst American Jews by tho Swiss Cantons.
Benjamin continued to follow what can only have
been a conscious policy of aloofness. The vicious
,it tacks which were directed against him as a
Jew during th<' trying years of his leadership in
the Confederate cabinet did not evoke from him
any expression of pride in or warm memory of
the heritage into which he was born. There was
no ambivalence in Judah's decision to ally him-
-\t with the larger world in which he played so
conspicuous a role; he was a Jew only in the
sense that he was born one. and that he was not
converted to another religion, at least not until
he was on his deathbed, and, in all likelihood, un-
conscious."
These are just a few details about a signifi-
cant book. A brief review does not do it justice.
Study groups will find SO much interest to evalu-
ate in this work that they will be enchanted by
the details revealed and will be inspired to make
a more intensive study of American Jewish
history.
GREETINGS
Radio Doctors
Inc.
South Miami Coral Gables
Southwest Section
RADIO & TELEVISION
SERVICE
10945 S. DIXIE HWY.
Ph. 661-8552
Holiday Greetings From
HENRY'S AUTO
& TRUCK PARTS
2038 N.W. 27th AVENUE
Happy Holiday To My
many friends and clients
>I. I. H Till
"Better Class Homes
Since 1923"
975 Arthur Godfrey Road
JE 81843 Miami Beach
Holiday Greetings to the
Jewish Community
STELLA'S
ORIGINALS
1075 Kane Concourse
Bay Harbor Island, Fla.
Phone 864-3611
Holiday Greetings To The
Jewish Community
ELIZABETH
DECORATORS
By HUMBERTO GUILLEN
HOMES OFFICES
BUSINESS HOTELS
7933 N.E. 2nd Ave
Miami, Fla. 33138
751-8913
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
R1KKVS ST I BIO. INC.
2256 Coral Way Phone 443-5086
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
To Our Friends and Customers
NAT ALLEN RESORT WEAR
1849 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood, Florida
Miami Phone 945-5981
SIEGEL'S of
CENTRAL
HARDWARE CO.
545 Arthur Godfrey Road
531-0336
MIAMI BEACH 40, FLORIDA
WISH OUR MANY FRIENDS A HAPPY HOLIDAY
Holiday Greetings
To The Jewish Community
Mirell Gallery
ROBERT DRAPER, Director
3421 Main Hwy., Coconut Grove 443-9140
Holiday Greetings From .
GRAND CONSTRUCTION
COMPANY. INC.
1027 E. 26th STREET, HIALEAH
PHONE 691-2151
Compliments of
First National Bank of Hialeah
975 W. 49th St., Hialeah
"Bonk With A Smile On folm Springs Mile"
FLORIDIAN PEST CONTROL
659 N.W. 115th Street
WE WISH TO EXTEND HOLIDAY
GREETINGS TO OUR FRIENDS
AND CUSTOMERS
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
GRABLES BAKERIES
73 S.E.lst STREET, MIAMI
Phone 374-0228
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
REPUBLIC MORTGAGE
CORPORATION
NATHANIEL B. ELKINS, PRESIDENT
9999 N.E. 2nd Avenue
Miami Shores
Phone 759-4521
GREETINGS TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PA'iRONS
The JIM MCDONNELL'S
Andy Frain Service
940 LINCOLN RD., MIAMI BEACH
Phone 532-4818
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
l'alm Island of Miami
THE REINHARD FAMILY
100 N.E. 39th STREET
MIAMI, FLORIDA
BETTER TO SERVE YOU
MIAMI JACK SERVICE
Greenlee Equipment Pelt Cable Cutter Hydraulic Ja -k,
Pick Up and Delivery
All Work Guaranteed Factory Specification*
3072 N.W. 54ih Street Phone 634-2226
Holiday Greetings To The Jewish Community
MIAMI SHORES TYPEWRITER CO. INC.
9536 N.E. 2nd Ave.
MIAMI SHORES, FLORIDA
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
SMITH TERMINAL WAREHOUSE and CO.
3510 NORTHWEST 60th STREET, MIAMI
Phone: 633-8096


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