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The Jewish Floridian ( December 24, 1965 )

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Jewish Floridian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY llurr.e Number 52 Miami. Florida. Friday. December 24. 1965 Two Section? P:ice 2'.-r rhard Cites Special Position on Jews ASKS FOR SOU CHECK \ Approves New Mandate for Aid To Arab Refugees \\ \ \TIONS (JTAi — tSSembl} OVITWh: lin i this week %  res >lu %  thmaadati "f I! e % % % %  Relief in i w rks Mjrand calling n <>f the agencj el rolls vai PI to 1 with sevi n I^r.i''' Cl '' "• ix'ciiu^ 1 thi' resolution d a single para fraoh reaohition which the les consider gives tbi nyht" to return t" 1nferr;n. to that para araell Ambassador Michael told the Assembly, the I N i iiffirm the princ'nle that -t urgent need in the Mid. Ill effort to bring about betwc n the Arab %  i ,.el for peaceful solu' all dujmtc*. • :>tin of the resolution clla long series of debates cl began in the Special Poli'nmmittee lat Ofober and %%  •d tho customary annual : % % %  I'IOP against Israel by rab rviliesman. A new resolu•mating most proposals h bo'h the United States •i*l objected was worked i' "• .tpproved resolution et the UNRWA mandate, tcire ntxt June 30, to It directthe UNRWA commis -..-• ., •. ral t<> take various rteps, "including rectification of the relief rolls a reference lo the known fad that of the 1.300.000 re Continued on Page 3-A B'nai BVith Delegates Call on Chancellor In Nation's Capital CKAvcmoa ttmunn offers assurance Now Auschwitz Trial Opens as Nazi Weeps FRANKFl RT (Jl V WUhelm Burger, til an i ffic al at 'he tuschwiti death camp barged with providing the poison gas usei ,nl millions of vlctimi there, -<• % > In -elf pit) in the dock as the s. cond tnal of Auschwiti personnel legnn here thi> week. Wringing his hands, he denied doing any wrong and stammered I we didn't know ,.!<.ut all the killing" — a state ment that moved presiding Judge Emil Opper to tell the former Nan •| don't believe you.'' Burger is one of three defend ants in the current trial. The other two are Gerhardt Neuberg 56, charged with complicity in selecting victims and Joseph Ei ber. 68, charged with selecting women for death. Between 3. 000.000 .-nd 4,000,000 victims, mct o* them Jews, died at the dea'h camp during the war. 1.;, %  iu it after %  trial thai lasted 21 months sii ol 20 Inscti •riti statf members were aentenced to life imprisonment at hard labot 10 rece.verl varying terms, one re • •( a -penal sentence beause he was a minor and three were acquitted I he indictment charged that Burger ordered and kept on the Zjrklon-B gaa as %  ell as with Joining with the other former ss men in picking victims for ,. ath Weeping throughout His ti-t. mi : ei testified he had been without work in 1932 '. Iliam Wexler. B'nai B nth presi '.r. Kaufman, exi cxi • dent; an i Maurice nt the B'nai th International Council -; • nl n >re than one hour Mr Erhi Dr. Wexler reminded Mr. E'hard that, on May 12. 1965, h t wrote to Prime Minister Levi Eshkol of Israel that "the art,. hide of the German Governmer' in the past has proved that w are aware of the special German position towards the Jewish people all over the world, includo. Israel." He then said: "We wou'd like to express to you our seme of dismay and ctrtve conce-cver what seems to be happening in Germany today in its relations with the Jewish oeop e three ihout the world and ,n Israel." I'm B'nai B'rith presidi nl Your Final Indemnifies! Law | d immi diaU pa) n n i i mants who had rx foi over 20 years N Ccntinued on Page 7-A Federal Republic Tells Position on Payments RISE OF $127,000 OVER I AST YEAR'S CAMPAIGN [Miami Reveals CJA Goal f )f $1,566,666 for '66 Drive By Special Report NEW YORK Dr Roll Dahlgren nl. Minister "I Finance tor the v i • %  German Federal Rep iblic la tatl • this week conmisconc* lions I I isen recently on the in • • a Lion "i i n stituon program !; \ the Get man Infor iatii n Ci nter in New York the statement declares thai the I ral G I'crnmi I bai oflei ated the spi cal prii ntj it • ution foi • • Ited ui.de: Xalional Socialism Dr. Dahlgruen said, however, hat "the payment of the S250 m'dion increase voted by the Bundestag on May 26, 1965, will h.ve to be effected within the problems. Neverless, I can say with assurance that the largest pcssible amount of his increase will be paid out in 1966 and 1967. It iour intention thai the .nl recipients en full nsi lei ation S ., statutoi > • i del is ni i • ssai j .. : %  shall dralt It v %  h the < tion of the compi I a--oi ::•'• ms of pel s ecutees I would also stress that ail ns I pensions Irn spi cti. • ',..'. % %  • % %  :; fixed in r v.!,,', 196) oi 1967 anil bt in future :,' expenses men: || :I" %  lerabh hardsl i STUDY COMMITTEE VAUDATI0H Federation to Resume Chaplaincy Program • hapiainc) l .i service "fieri Miami Jewish Kedera • inced w edneadaj bj preal .lent of Ihe itti %  i haired bj ii bai validated the %  plainc) |>ro>{ram : plans la pvit into neat yi ai I was approved in %  %  deration s excat a mei-tinj: wre • "The needs for such a P'o gram are evident," Lipton said. "and we trt enthusiastic and hope to fulfill those needs by re instituting it." A chaplaincv program uapre viouaiy organised in th" late I hy the Federation and a in if feel for four vears It was dlaCOH Mined because of lack of funds i nder the program, i robW \isits the sick in ho>pitals. msii tutions and JBa Many times also, Continued en Page 2 A \ %  • A'i Im Tin Hi Pedei let on n mmendai cabinei The $1,566 666 is iust sSy t an increase of nearly $127 000 raised over the 1965 campaign During that drive, the Combined Jewish Appeal total campaign resulted in $1,437,000. or $2,000 above the goal set by last year's executive committee and campaign cabinet. "We hi en a coal H- the CJA can meet with thi help of the eotnmunit) eadera and the support of the entue area Stated Continued on Page 15 A &f .-jmework of our budgetary Continued on Page 10-A Bonn Gov't. Assailed For Evading Obligation The %  • ncen %  rival i of Chancellor Ludwu Krhard with Johnson l h. Jewish leader charged Ei bard i Government with unjustifiable delay" ni imic ni Rotations .-•j:-l fallowing the conclu• ac: • eferring com• til 1S*68 f economy." Or Pnnx sad the deferment e* payments would "impose severe *r<4 direct hardships upon r-.any Nan victims who are des Continued on Page A



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Page 2A A M#/ fkridfinr, Friday. December 24 : J c c Ambassadors Ball at Fontainebleau; Dr. Stanford to Receive Israel Award I 1 -. annual Ambassador's Ball. held muter trio patronage of the Ambassador of Israel ami the <;,>\ernor i Florida, will take place Sunday evening at tinfontainebleau Hot. Hie ball, which reflects the ties ot Greater Miami with Israel, will ha\e many facets, including: Presentation f the emissaries cii foreign governments. Presentation of the honorees of various organiiations and 10*Nf C*HNt TV Star Due i orne Greene, -tar of the sion serii Boi imi • %  \ %  a ssi lor's Ball Sunday evening .,t the • unebleau Hotel. The television star, who I fame M a Shake spearean actor in Canada i to turning to telei iston, baa been a dedicated supporter of the Stale o| I-: man) years and • %  the recipient of the Canada lv rael Award in 1961 and the Man of the Year Award in Montreal in 1964 m rccoe.ni tion of his service on behalf of Israel. I YOUR BLESSINGS ALONE I WON'T REBUILD ISRAEL! bat a soft ISRAEL BONO will' hvild Israel on* mokt it I ecenemkally strsnt. | VAVSM.E FRIEDBERG synagogue functions for Israel Bonds, with the participation ot their respective rabbis, presidents and dinner chairmen; Presentation of the coterie of young ladies in a debutante ceremonj. Presentation of the Eleati >r i aevelt Israel Humsaities sward. This year's recipient of the sward wiH inDr. Henr) King Man ford, president of the Unive of Miami Mrs Anna Brenner Ml JI B, chairman of the Women's Division of Israel Bonds, is grand hostes of the ball. Sam Blank, local com munity leader, is chairman Ol rons. Others who head the com mittee for the ball include Rabbi Leon hromsh. chairmsn of the Greater Miami Israel Bond Organization, and Samuel Knedland and l.emiaid Bosen. IKHUM.MX chairmen. The evening*! festivities will begin with a diplomatic reception at 0 90 pm in the West Ballroom in honor of the emisaaris of foreign governments who will pay their respects to the Ambassador <>i Is rael At 7 p.m., there will be a reFederation Starts Chaplain Program Continued horn Page 1-A l Lilly in I .'immunity bi far from home with no contacts imittee iti report The chaplaincy program will be administi the Jewish Fed oration and will have a nine-man Ivisory committee in charge The committee ta-k will he to set policy, prepare s budget to N ap proved b) the Federations budget commute ami to hire personnel Six of the nine-man board will be appointed by Lipton, and the Rabbinical Association of GreatMiami will name the ether three members. The committee is expected to be named before the end ot the year, end the proqram is due to go into effect early in 1966. On the study croup committee with Heiman were leo Eisenstein, Harold Thurman. Walter Falk. Fred K Shochet, William Rafldnd, lira Sol Goldstein and Mrs Aaron Farr. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky Phone JE 1-3S9S •)1S M'CHIGAN AVI.. MIAMI BEACH yfigPP^ eWiCt PBESCBIPTION OPTICIANS fASHION CENTER Of THE SOUTH L :'tr styles Ml i "(1 W ompr rut I PAR* N', IN REA CO" -T TO BLSES 728 LINCOLN ROAD (On th* MJIII Phone JE 8 0749 Ocu'c ** HI P illgrj CONTACT LENSES mm can't do what Stow \i can A/OrV CHOMfNG mm I i MIAMI TITLE & ABSTRACT 104 N.E. 1st STREET f PHONE 373-8432 ABSTRACTS %  ESCROWS TITLE INSURANCE W* will take plate for program parminatiiu I \.n' ticipant*. rael Bands, tano Music for the hall will I* promdt resjardin. .,,'^ Mded by Sammy SpSSV and his bonds lor 1985 orchei Jack* Glaaaon fame t|sm tna1 Kabbi Kron.h indicated that at lalei will be the Am:. ball, the Oil year." Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, grand hostess of the Ambassador's Ball, discusses the music to be played at the event with orchestra leader. 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Friday. December 24. 1965 fJcnistfkrid&r Paqe 3A Mrs. Harold J. Brooks. PTA president, assists the youngsters oJ the Solomon Schecliter Day School of Temple EmanuEl in 'winding up their Chanuka "Ship-a-Box" projed containing toys ond giits for children in Israel. Annual project is sponsored by the National Council of Jewish Women, with the -ooperation of the Bureau of Jewish Education and the Greater Miami Jewish Schools. Shown packing the gift items are (sealed) Howcnd. son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rosenblatt; Tami. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alan Rothstem. Dawn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Arthur; and David, son of Mr. and Mrs. Murry Koreteky. of the Nursery-Kindergarten Department. LN Approves New INRWA Mandate Continwed from Pe t-A %  n those rolls, there are i • ^r. i Dg rations from I'NHWA It.' I .1 that this v as "inadmissible : miLst be con-ecU^r and th.it • %  it-d States delegation wantDEtUXE GIFT Ideal for Every Home! \ GRAPHIC PRESENTATION Of THE: }f BOOKJ 0" THC lilt 41 KINGS • 41 PROPHETS • 1) JUDCIJ C-n fl| <•! • Ckfnl*ti•>• • PIMM a ?..•• Acclt.ata ay all Raabii & Schalait tor toiy laaraiaa. at Jtwitk Hulory. Faioaatiagly aieif atae*, *VnoP. SPECIAL DISCOUNT of 20*. To our ubscr>bra & rtodtrt NO* anly $12.00 • Nea, $15 00 BIBLICAL BOOK CO. 41 EXCHANGE PLA<"E NEW T0t. NT. 1000S. 0*,t. jF-3 i-d more information on the matter. The ILO is a paramilitary force set up by the United Arab Command to "liberate the Palestine homeland It has been re (luitinu Arab refunes Coma) emphasized that the negative Israeli \ote did not mean that Israel opposed extension of the mandate or the "imperative need" t<> reettf) I'XRWA rolls. He said that the resolution did not ui\e expression to general UN delegate belief that the Arab-Israel deadlock >hould be solved l>\ •t> %  reements "Israel i* convinced that, if there were a sincere desire on the part of the Arab governments to enter into such a dialogue, with a view to a peaceful solution, all outstanding problems, including the refugee question, could be resolved." it ithe \ trnments that t to decide whether they with for a peaceful accommodation with Israel or not L'nless and until they I choose to aik with us the path i>f i-fui accommodation, there is little thi' Government of Israel can do unilateral!) to help solve the refugee problem." t'oinay stall d ATTENTION! Jewish Home for the Aged THRIFT SHOP NEEDS YOUR DONATION NOW! fUHNITUtl'-"APPIIANCES "C10TNIN6"-' JIWtltY." etc. "All Items Tax Deductible." CALL 696-2101 H. B. N0VINS0N, C. L. U. & ASSOCIATES CORPORATE and iSTATt PLANNERS SPECIALISTS IN CHARITABLE BEQUESTS 1688 MERIDIAN AVI Miami Beach, Fla. Suite 1001 PHONE 532-4335 Beth Torah Men Will See Film Temple on North Miami Beach Dai id I evens, southeastern Ktonal manager of /. 1 •• tj pit al crui n the Zim Following the .short movie. I.e. irene will give a talk on "Tourism d gonarmanager of Zim Line.. wUl flagship the Shalom, to the AM, s ta Israel" whichwVbe f 2 !" i n a movie entitled ••Come Club of Beth Torah this Monday. £ a ZLtZ^a^ZZt Along with Is. which de 8 p.rn a. the t SY Room ol the Program chairman is BiU Stone. HIGH IN THE BLUE RIDGE MOUNTAINS Con/ia //v //? vite ) o it TO OUR LaKe camps ANNUAL GET-TOGETHER TO H HO SUNDAY, DEC. 26 from 2 to 4 p.m hi: W VILLE HOTEL COLLINS AVE. at 67th ST., MIAMI BEACH Movies of Past Summer Refreshments SKY LAKE CAMPS offers on outstanding complete program ot an economically planned rale 8 WEEK PERIOD $525.00 4 WEEK PERIOD $285.00 LIMITED ENROLLMENT JttRa^TSS Zu. SlLl GREENSPAN Director FOR BOYS and GIRLS 6-17 A (mall itlicl camp to barter aarva your child a avary naad • 1.000 acraa of ba*utiful scanary • Two larga ahaltarad lakea • Idaal aummar climate, cool night* • Profeiaionally diractad ron ru!l INFORMATION •> SKY LAKE CAMPS P O BOX llll, MIAMI. FLORIDA TIL :• A jt (? ovn • o" JAD taa-roT STEINMET2 Oirector The Directors will be on hand to welcome you and answer all questions CHANUKA GREETINGS TO ALL We Make LOANS On New And Used AUTOMOBILES Choo*e y.nir car. new or Ued. Jot down tlie make, ye.ir. model, and amount of loan you need. Bring them in to one of na>; and in minutes, we'll figure out your monthly payments. Yon ran inrlude lli* COBt of your auto insurance, anil place tlie policy with anv %  gent MU wriah. Remember, you'll have the advantage of bant r.iic-. bank term*. We Invite You To dune In And Arrange Your > I.un At The Citizens Hunk Most Convenient To You rhese are YOUR banks — here to serve YOU in every way possible. NATIONAL BANK of WEST HOLLYWOOD t 7 AND WASHINGTON ST. NATIONAL BANK of MIAMI L AND 187th ST. MIAMI NATIONAL BANK of HOLLYWOOD SOUTH FEDERAL HIGHWAY (U.S. =1)4 MOFFETT ST. mr^ SEtVING •USINISS INDUSTIY AND THI PtOPLI CITIZENS CITIZENS CITIZENS CITIZENS NATIONAL GROUP, FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM, FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION WHRY I PERRY, Che*** f H* I**** CNAS. W. LANTZ. President mti keep Coetdtwbr



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Pcge 4-A *-Jeisl>ncri(J&r Friday. December 24. 196S i %  t < i v : | I 1 i 1 \ J n • 5 \< B n C si 8 fit Jewish Floridian OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4605 Teletype Communications Miami TWX 305696-4869 FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher LEO MINDLIN Executive Editor BELMA M. THOMPSON Asst. to. Publisher Tto Jewish norMlan >! %  not inar.inirf lv Kaatirutt* ot ** marr-lun1iar a\M sad la it* -n|itmn# Huhlii-hed tv*ry Knrlay Sine* 1?7 by THJ*IH f"l..rldla. l l?fl V K Stth Rtraet Miami I. Florida Second-Claaa Poatace l*ld Miami. Flotilla Tha jiwun Fiar.o.an aeaeroed the WwlaH Umi ana tr> jia.in Waahly Mtmbar of lh Jew.i" Tenrpnie Agtncx. Savan Art* Feature Syndicate. Wond~.de Ne er.c*. Nat.onai Editorial An Amer.cao An or English Jiwun Niatpipt't. and the Florida Pratt Aaan. SUBSCRIPTION BATES: Lacai Area One tfr DOS I hree Ver I' 2 00 Out f Town Upon Request Volume 38 Number 52 Friday. December 24. 1965 1 Teveth 5726 After ChaneeHor Erhard What Chancellor Erhard'.. vow to a B'r.ai B'rith delegation in Washingtor, this week tastes of bitter ashes. His promise that so long as he is ch.ef of the West German Federal Republic there will be no forgetting the "special" relationship to the Jews is obviously designed to make us feel more comfortable. But it doesn't. It is, in fact, unnerving. For Mr. Erhard s vow actuclly carries with it unhappy implications. It suggests the possib.: ity that, after him. comes the deluge. I: suggests that the responsibility the German people feel toward the Jews has been vested in a single pe: son. This was, of course, pretty much the case during the Adenaue. and during all those years, there wcs freguent speculation about what would happen with the retirement of Der Alte." Hence, from the very Beginning, we were made to feel that it was individual German leaders who would have to be relied upon to express the moral imperative of a special Jewish relationship. Twenty year* after the destruction of the Nazi regime, this is a particularly sad phenomenon For, if anything. Get mans as a le feel even less responsibility for the Hit ler holocaust than ever before. The recent Bonn Parliament decision to deter payments to Nczi victims is a case in point illustrating this aevelopment. The question therefore is. in fact, after Erhcrd what? e The Exploitation of Guilt A tandem consideration to this issue is: / should Jews either in the diaspora or in :el continue to haibor hope that their retioaship to Germany will be a "special" one 7 iming their somewhat jaundiced viev c reahsur possibility tor normal tics, why in any case should they remc rl to maintain how-., utual recognition of each othe e based almc ly on gui It is tnis sense of Germans have oeen bridling. > not here suggest th it lorh brand of relationship wil n that they will also forfeit thi Nevei theless, the C • ould be in the Jew ultito prognosis, to seek a h • s>hip to indicate that do now /ist in the future on genuine feelings of mutual benefit ral :. on c spiritual and historic debt owed us because cf past misdeeds. The ashen taste of the Erhard vow lies precisely ;u the Chancellor s subtnissM what he recognizes is the Jewish requirement for continuing German expiation of guilt. It 'at there sroul I be something healthier and full of greater promise between us if Jews as individuals and as o: .tioas henceforward refrained horn actively extracting or gratefully accepting without apparent initiation such promises as Chancellor Erhard made in Washington earlier this week. Our Combined Jewish Appeal !..:•* many agenc.es. local. natiOna. and is impending upon it. In Miami, there are Mt Sinai Hospital, the Jewish Home for the Aged, the Bureau of Jewish Education. Jewish Vocu uonal Service, the YMHA Jewish Family and Children's Service and the National Council of Jewish Women's Service to New Americans. Nationally and ubioad. the list of worthy Jewish organizations proliferates But all ^t them conu.bute in some significant way to our well-being or to the well-being ot our brethren. And Israel remains high priority as a beneficiary of Greater Miami's Combined Appeal. He.ice. the 1S66 goal announced this week is hardly excessive, considering the number of health, weliare and humanitarian age:, ng upon it. Now, we have our jobs cut out for us '.'. must help CJA meet the goal I era to give Meeting the CJA Goal Final Hours of Chanuka As the Cbxmuka "•' %  upon Ul me • : We repeat oui '"' v as a the i I. • %  I as o teilin iring our surviv Chunuka Menorah. ablaze, :or us our unyielding d I •peel tl. us will be anyl Jewish experience. Bourguiba's 'Peace Plan' Habib Bourquiba's restatement of "pecre plan" for the Middle Last is welco only in the sense that it shews an Arc willing to accept the realities of Israel's si ence and of political experience But Israel is coned in recognising the plan nominally, while emphasizing the ui. bility of its preconditions. That Bourguiba demands Israeli territorial rificeu before peace talks is on its fac. impossibility. The geographic problem The 1966 Combined Jewish Appeal goal of S 1.566.666 sets forward for Greater Miami Jewry a task during the year ahead —a task that must be accompanied and fulfilled sucesufully if CJA's humanitarian and welfare program the State of Israel today are of sufficiently p is to meet the nee set as its purpose oramic scope as to make such sacni'ces to deal with. Ibe week .. as i see il by LEO MINDLIN JEWS OF the United Stat. arc not in danger but I duriug (he week sy*fl*a3 > Prof GimherK apoki third annual Sam Blank temporary' Jewish AJfaii tureship under the i. the Greater Miami Jewisi eration at the Dupont Hotel Declaring that I no promises and e\. tsjet to fortune, the Columbia University professor launch..! analytic comparison between past and present Jewish expel i the diaspora It was his view that Jews were and continue to be a people by their allegiance to a central and shared system ui and convictions. Throwfjhout their history. Prof Ginsberg said. Jews h\,, ; .,. u oruanrzed commumty even it they were a peopSe without i Una They had the nuht to judge each other and to levy taxes IT. ,i.-obnerved. they were so well organiaed. that by the time the -. %  Reich developed into IU fullest fury, the Naais found al then -, and accidental disposal the lists of European Jewish coninm.ua a sail and unfortunate tribute to this organization In addition to their allegiance. Jews as a mass, ajrhethei stine. Babylonia. Spain or Russia, shared another cnuunoi. leiistu then esteem for the community's acknowledged leader ., leadership based MI traditional education and revered I menta ol the population, literate, semi literate and even i': • %  :• -i•: %  SUBSTANTIAL (ffOSIOM Of ttWHM IASI j IN PROF GINZBERGS vieM OH of the major Still) %  lewisfa historic espertence was the living smeS Hostility.' he declared acted as eemettt" \e was little opportunitj for coetsct with •• was equally little opportunity for intcrmamate and benei tation to pi actice it ii Prel Glnzberf*! view w.is ml %  "•• %  • plaee at an occasional marriage, funeral Bar afltr ah 1 i> a WSJ ot life in which life ami Ilfi u en %  %  I i asa • %  It WSJ the i oiss sit; • Mo( their %  thai Jews had a sense %  romeiunion wttn pad In addition there as no sense of tune Ispst whei ha I' \'. Ihi lew wept over the deatrucUos of trn rer : • IV ell it i r it had occurred yesterdaj And Prel Guns* i i,a> enenci a^ also a factor of fsrwi the coming ot the Messiah, w Ivo would lilt XtuJei The Jewish oppression has. Indeed, been lift. I berg's t)i the othei hand the contemporarj \ • v;-! : .-.. %  he -aid |s that there has bsM a N||IV :• the Jewish religious t>as' Fsilini for the moment to laki analymu ol the pasl suggested roluntsry chowi : Jewish survival in the diaspora rather than II itself en astrous hist trie oonsecjaei >• i v.n\i n unimpressed with the treat!aaj m iesrsf ounti> rm TO rtfmMr MAUNING ADDED PROF Ginsberg i hses BO doubt thai e • ^* ajoguea Hut. he said, the) artmere stun' Jewish lUona and cooperative fade rations all beae ir new life within the Amertca 1 not only do are no longer In ttutb shire a tl rstem ol iM-lief as he initialU aid w ire a the second i>illar ol the once v > filled Hut p.ut of Ihem are not set h eatest H tlerisn damage t u the d. i inution of II tional I d: In place of mast sdberenog le *"' ih p we noe hsje i II loei : •• asern that the one followed oui of 11 in oui time ha> In fact ( % %  i • • %  | ol the v lewiah e • : % %  i lineed Bveeyl il Bverj • :., dl in • had to bit Th.i asl i | In fad h sal I "our ne I • Thu i (.-rhip nn-i fun ( • vben 1 %  ggsnge tonc phei :: ... ikei all lb AOWiTING THI HALANt! 01 HIS VlfWS EXPRESSING THE FEAR that he had beei '.' %  %  enfs* l'"' r ane of It i lo periodic liter, ei' >l i a %  % %  ol pi i .ity -ted the scale ol tl. : ., %  • which hr iniUeib • %  Vi I) optimistic terms he turned also lk I % %  'tipresent Here he emphasrre* est :i> asl, who • %  significance he said is K-s !'*•; %  to Nraels -i/e Whili i he declared inot Il nevertheless a renascence 01 HebTCt sal it Israelis." he noted could worry more" abbot hfen Ii Ol their cultural existence than about the Aiabs. it %  cooes) will blossom more and imctifv even ur own efl Wbsl Prof Giiuberg railed lo note was the care twees Israel currenl eiperience and the Jewish past In lh< w h "'' tituting the hoatlltt) and animus dirvct. ''•' '•' blj organized lewi h community there win ^IOULI -i>n and f.-ar be less of a cohesive force toward Jewish et' wltursl m Israel than it w.,s m tba Ulsapiral Nev< • ntiiiuiiu t of the rtlhte nted the need foi Jewish Mh 1 Prlndpla i mng our coajt|pasWi V* 4 ] Continued on Following Page



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Friday. December 24. 1965 Jmistt Utr Hi tr Page 5-A Ginzberg Diluted His Parting Shot SZESS Continued from Preceding Page in two world*." ho said This is the nature of the diaspora 1 have no worry aboul Jewish education in the neuter sphere, hut I am worried about the competence and quality of our education in tradl tional Jewish study It is silly, indecent and improper, he dcdl for I^tin and Greek to be on the curricula of our nations univei sities. and for Judaica not to be represented.' In thi* reRerrf. he BTfad the American Jewish community to study itself and, inevitably, to com* up wdb the resources necessary to establi h avenues of schfolarship for Jewi.h education nn both a secular and relig.ous basis Here, he was critical of federations acioss the nation "who try fo stay out of trouble in order k> extract more money from the community. The beat common denominator." Pi ol (JinzberR said, "is Israel, while education is doctrinal, and hence troublesome." Warning that we must reject such a diluted notion of our needs, he suggested that we have embarked on a voyage of drill "We buy bonds We build hospi tais, nom'es for the ajfed and TV But this is drifting — on however high a level His solution? It lies not in Jewish involvement in v Young Judaea Plans Functions Sealer and Intermediate Young %v ,n be held at Surfside Community Judaeans are pre pan n* to attend ( ,. n „. r on g^,, al 2 ,-„„ M> winter convention at Jekyll tle Is.and. ,§•* It depends entirely on your particular circumstances & problems. Why Not Allow an Expert to Brief You on All Facts? We Design—Install—and Completely Service All Types of Plant Chance* Are Your Financial Advisers Already Know Us. ri N'.ICN 1n| *.r i .c< -,.i* MING r. *r.s gMm' FIRST FLORIDA CONSULTANTS. INC. ^F^J ^/ s v. AMI BE ACM FLORIDA Melvm I Kartzmar, Praj f.3J< lou>t G Wechl • V P• A Yes, there is a Foolproof Investment You get a passbook like this when you open a savings account with us. Contents guaranteed not to shrink. Your savings are not subject to market fluctuation, they're garland earn excellent returns. Interested? Come In. We have an office nearby, convenient to you. jJ2£f 6 •ffktt Sem Diet Cmtr Maia Office: 101 East Heeler SL / AlUpittsh Bitndi. 1400 N.W. 36th St / North Miami Breach: 12600 N.W. 7th Ave. Tamaaa Breech: 1901 S.W. M SL/ Kandell Breach: U.S. 1 al £*. ltMth SL/ EAson Center Breach: M00 N.W. 7th Ave. OUR MIOUKCII IXCIIB 215 MILLION DOLLARS d



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m a x 8 6£ Paq r A +Jeni*l ftcrid&r Friday. December 24 1S65 Hebrew Teachers Mark Festival Hebrew nadio. "f DcMler Miami celebrated i haunka il ,ih .11 KneaMh lareel ,1 n Ba tion 1415 BucUd Ave on Tuei in p n Meetii m eo-sponsored bj the Bureau "f Jewuh Eduo and Ihe Jewish NatiM il Pand The ...in incltMfc : '•"•' Uon of Ihc Festival ol < hanuka Left to nqht at a special annual election meeting Dec. 7 at Beth Tiilah Congregation are JoseD.h Medofl financial secretary; Rev. J. Krtmtz. gabba:: Isidor H. Kramer, honorary president: Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovs spiritual leade:; Louis Merwitzer. treasurer; Rev. J. D. Katz, president; Rev. S. Zaret-second vice president; Paul We.ss. tirst vice president; and not pictured' Norman recording secretary. Rabbi Rackovsky was installing officer of the slate in cererr.on.es on Dec. 11. Bonn Assailed for Evasion Continued from Page 1-A titute, infirm and elderly and upon many whote physical rehabilitation and retraining waits upon such indemnification far iniuries and losses sustained at the hands of the German people under Hitler." urged that CaaaceUor Br DOG RACING EVERY NIGHT itinue i" put moi al principle' al><<' i**tt> poiitiw M aaaHns tin! the (icnnan leader "take w aate a ar Hapa ara required 1.. raaaaae th.recent action <>i the Bumlestac with respect t>> the in drmniiication o( NafJ victimHe also arajed th-UeM Qaaaaaa Chan %  alter t" act eaaaeealy t>> aaaara that the lon-dela*e Jaeajeea i ;\ aei peaaaeanl ol Ike law rsi BrgamzaUon ol Ameeiea in a Knappata • W< M sador in Washington l'• Zi< leader termed this action Riant moral obligations lo tin sun i ol the Nazi horror who hae been •Banting upon tins it. ation for th.li continued survival ixcin IUNDAV ( f> • %  •. 15 Admission 50c COKAL TERRACE RESTAURANT AND CAFE CAHIBF LION SCNACrirS YIDDISH-AMERICAN \ \r§n:\ li.ii ON STAGE IN PERSON Yoang Siaamq Star DAVE CUtllS feremosf Israeli Saelem Trio feat mini 4*1 KAOVffl -:I14.NA MV SHIMOH Wlfll MOSKOI Director — iihmmrl fersako LION SCMACWTfff A CfTtl SHIN On Screen "TUMI Will MKNtDS" CINEMA 1235 WASHINGTON AVI Mottnee litniaq MUI ..111 MARCELLO MASTROIANNI URSULA ANDRESS /"• ViCTiM C010R Is Murderously mmt THE BIG BRIGHT BRAND-NEW ROOM ON THE BCAC.H STARR'NG THE HIGHWAYMEN Emily Tancey and the Silvertones The Caio Brothers Quartet & RESERVATIONS CALL 332 3oOO ASK FOR PAV LO. CONTINUOUS SHOWS FROM 30 DORAL HOTEL ON THE OCEAN. COLLINS AT 48TM • ".,.ft-.. £ Watt Disnevrs mo at hila noue, comedy ITiAT DARnJ CAT tlHNHUlOfl' e—'mn*.,*,-. 'Nlri -S [ by Rahbi David Ichrfi. %  : musical interlude b) i 11 Self, l>)ih nf Knest' a communitN sine, and c Joyce FaiU-r local i ntertali ed ac ..i th. piano kj Olga Bil in i harge of 11 rai Rabbi Sbioien .v,u.,\ i man, and Di /. SPECIAL PERFORMANCE pjj SPECIAL NEW YEAR $ Sun Dec 26. 8:30 P.M I EVE PERFORMANCES Seats avail, at reduced o-i'-B 7:45 A 10:45 P.M. >4.95. 3 95, 2.95. 1.95 %  S6.75. 5 75. 4 75 BROADWAY S CURRENT LONG RUNNING COMEDY HIT NOW IN ITS THIRD YEAR! ) VIVIAN VANCE DARKY I. HICKMAN '.'•il Simon's V At r f pA*K SEASON SUBSCRIPTIONS I COCONUT CROVE RLAYHOutE NOW ON SALE *'• & 'i,' J „*' i """^'':' 4 /vooseve/i 1 f" lauhoHsc i 770 ARTHUR GODFREY ROAD Phone JE 8-0501 ON STAGE Miami Beech's Only ttcrffmnfe Tfteofre MIAMI BEACH : .A | I IN PERSON i Now Playing Thru Jan. 2 WALTER PIDGEON IN "Take Her, She's Mine" Opens Jan. 4 Thro Jan. 16 I TOM EWELL JOAN BENNETT ] "Never Too Late" i FINAL TWO PRODUCTIONS TO &E ANNOUNCED I BOX OFFICE OPEN 9:30 a.m. to 9:30 p.rr PHONE 538-0501 itASON SUBSCRIPTIONS STIU AVAILABLE C APS > %  • %  • '15 NEW DODGES : %  Ava lbl A • i Cm Wk + 6c mi. InciudniliaC laatl P.ckt'P & Ds'-vtry StrnH RENT A CAR d St, 301 23rd St rV : PHONE 532-5502 RESTAURANT aaj LOUNGE 163rd St. and Collins Avc, Miami Bcoch Wl 7-1861—Wl 5-5771 A Open 5 P.M. to S A.M. / Direct From Mi* Broadway Hit GOLDEN BOY" OPENING FRIDAY BILLY DANIELS •1 Mr "Old Black Magic %  ((•maan .. ai by BENNY PAYNE JOHNNY VERDI "Parry Ceara't Fa*ni* Co—n INOWIIMI 10 10 AND II 10 rtl 1AI -1UN -1 IHOKI OINNII SHOW • 00 I 1 10 AND 1 10 RESERVE NOW FOR NEW YEAR'S EVE; CoTTiinenlal Cuisine Dinners Served From 4 p.m.



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Friday. December 24. 1965 t'Jen ist> fJrridHftr} Page 7 A Erhard Cites Special Position on the Jews Alternating sections of concrete and glass in the architectural design of the new Orthodox Temple to be built for the Ohev Shalom Congregation are symbolic of heaven and earth. Groundbreaking ceremonies are scheduled for Sunday. 2 p.m., on the building site at 7011 Bonita Dr., Miami Beach. Rabbi Phineas Aaron Weberman, spiritual leader of the Congregation, Sam Arnold, president, and Miami Beach Constable Leonard O. Weinstein. chairman of the arrangements committee, will host the festivities. ^ \ 9Jiev Shalom Plans New Temple Site on Bonita Drive Groundbreaking ceremonies for the ci.niruct.on of a new Orlho flox titr.pie lo house Ohev Shalom < ongreMtion were announced this week Sam Arnold, president of the con [rOQtkw. said the ceremonies will be held Sunda>. Hec 2H. at 2pm. uith mail} state, county and dtj official! Kheduled to attend Ann --aid the new facility uill bfl bull' al 7011 Uomla Dr., on • I'.u-ious Kroun.iN i.vctlookinc a null' i \panse ol Indian Creek Present v||,. ,,f ohev Shalom is at 911 Normand> Dr.. .\urmand> Me Puder revealed that the new building* architectural design will feature eiht-foot sections of solid concrete and glass in t\ alternating pattern. "The qlas is symbolic of heaven, and the concrete will represent earth," Puder said. Vccordinfl to Rabbi Phineas WeiM-rman. spiritual leader >.t <>hc\ Shalom, "this architectural pattern befita a HOUH >>f Worship because prayer is the link b etwe en In Iven and earth Miami Ifcach Constable Ix-onard l Weiiistcin. chairman of the ar rancements committee, revealed that the Dec 2fi festivities will take place under a specially con structed tent on the building site Continued from Page 1-A mly in days ago, the enactment f your budgetarj law imposed r. trictions on those payments Vour iovernment'i failure to recognise he compelling Datura "I indemnii( ation pa; ments has rocked the onfidence of the entire Jewish .orld it has created new uncerainty about German int entions l)r Wcxler said Nazi victims had conveyed their "real fear that the recent action by your Government will set a pattern and possible prece de n t to divest them of rights to which they are entitled and for which they have waited BO long." The German Chancellor wat told that he had created the foundations for normality of the iwsition between the German people and the Jewish people. It was pointed out to them that the .lew ish people were led to hope thai, on these foundation*, a solid structure would now be erected Dr. Wexler indicated to Chancellor Erhard that he is not only the president of B'nai B'rith but also vice president of the Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany, of which Dr. Nahum Goldmarn is president. He also identified himself as the co-chairman, with Dr. Gold mann, of the World Conference of Jewish Organizations. Rabbi Kaufman told reporter* following the meeting that the delegation voiced "keen ilisappo'n?ment at the failure of Germany to conclude economic agreements promised at the time Wat Germany and Israel established f the Nazis in 1900 Mr Erhard t lid the delegation that hardship cases, including elderly persons, would receive a p propriate treatment JFCS Wins Two National Awards Psmil) and Children ervic< of Miami was the recipient ..I. national f.rsl-place public awards at the IIH>5 bleu ceof the family sen \ we \sw. ...iion of America al Da > {* >• ils were won in comitli MO accredited mem I ;• %  M ii of I'SAA. the national ard-cetting organization. The HrSf award was for a descriptive brochure of the newlyestablished Group Home for emotionally-disturbed children. The • com! award was for a i iid< cafu tgned for 11. %  information and use "f attorneyi and Intended to acquaint the \< talon with lh< agenc) a pro|| am .tml %  ar*. leeAt the 1SHO biennial the agency was sunilarlv honored with three national awards for public relations materials. JFCS is supported through the •i r Miami Jewish Federation he lulled Fund i>f Dacle County It offers individual and family counseling, child care and adoption, ami service* to the aging 100 COPIES-$2 (PHOTO OFFSIT) Anything you need copies Sf trpredece •* lead Paper WHIU YOU WAIT LETTERS BULLETINS LISTS •0"X Caafc. Carry C0NT( 9S N.I. 13th Street PMONS FR 1-0*15 SUNSHINE PRESS Aid For Crippled Children The Crippled children of the Many Anna Home al I matilla. Fla benotttted from the card part) sponsored l.-. Ihs Anna Mil ler < irele of Miami Beach Blka oa Tuesday at 7 M) \< m Mrs. Daphne idelmaa is group president. 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Fr?e ^A +Jenistincrrtk*n Friday. December 24, 1963 F I u •I f ei *.' P a 1' II L H i P a n I :i 5 ll I C I a At the Jewish National Fund Me Am|! Fontainebleau •$NS<* MY PEOPLE. BUILDERS>AEAMI" REDEEMERS* DESERT AND WILDERNESS



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Friday. December 24. 1965 A M -\# Ihrilmr Page JWl I Development Dinner Dece mber 5, '65, latel, Miami Beach > nVi/u 1 ; JI p j/iTn nhJwn im '"JUTti nrpll-nHJ '„ Ambassador Jacob Tsur cuts ribbon officially Mis Excellency Jacob T&ur, world chairman of dedicating Me Ami Israel Left to right are Dr. the Jewish National Fund and Bechfor Shitrrfh Irving Lehrman, Dr. Zev W Kogan, Leon J Ell, Minister of Police, Israel. ON 5* n -^ Mr and Mrs Harry Harris • c 5 %  ) %  *DK %  ME AMI 7.< >£ ""T? nting to map of Israel and dual Hel Iters indicating the enthusnse towai i the development cf Me AIsrael Naness Sam Kopkmd rf Meet Screen Star Peter Law ford •• %  o National Fund, Gov George Leader, former chief executive of Pennsylvania, and Dr Irving Le"rman. chairmen of the Jewish National Fund *'*'*• Foundation of Greater Miami Dr Zev W Kogan, originator of Me Ami, and Peter Ljwford. Left to r.ght are former Governor George Leader, Peter Lawford and Dr and Mrs Irving Lehrman



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1 ne 10-A *Jenist ritrir/i ir Friday. December 24. 1965 Bonn Explains Payments Continued from Page 1-A involved due u> the fad that ediu >11. .ii .1 ants, which have in increased bj the final amend law from 5 IKHI to 10 IKHI llarki IOUI requiring prool ol Lasting i ir> are included in the post • : • Such BSSC1 • tgaare the fact iiiat UM partee* affactad thereb) have adj received the S.0QQ Marks, l wiV also receive an approte share ol the second 5.0(H) \ k> without any postponement regarsji misjiivmRs. under cost !ii conceded to the Federal H< public m 1952 the right to take into consideration the solvency <>f the Federal Republic In making available the budgetary means re quired This concession \va given in view of auticipatcd financial re quitvnients of 3 to 4 billion Marks w* ^ *$&!*> e MEET PERFECTIONISTS IN THE CATERING FIELD They art unequi"id In their profession. ^j They art P dllldo's catering stiff. They \ir will make a successor any perty...e wed&ng... a Bar Mitnah* ... i buslnais mettiif or a social luncheon. They will ? serve from 20 to 1000 diners with fine food expertly prepared In the diUdo'i newly decorated Cotillion Room. They'll arrange for whatever space you require Cell Ik. Telchner at JEfferscn &4811 for the best function you've aver had! aiTi ran MIUMI A sir*!* r*m\\i f Marertse \ OfdNfnONT fOtllNS tWMJi AND UNCOll R0*D Mill & wit. For FJcgant funcfltni Complete Catering Facilities tor that Special Party served in superb fashion setting that Wit retlect your good taste. .CONFIRMATIONS • RECEPTIONS • WEDDINGS BANQUETS • MEETINGS • PARTIES A Tala-atete or a gala celebration with 3.500 erueett. OIETARY LAWS STRICTLY OBSERVED UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF RABBI TIB0R H. STERN EAUVILLE to cover the entire federal Indentnificatioi law. Therefore I do not understand why we should nol conceded the same risjhl today, Alien we are faced with a gap of more than 7 billions in 1966 We r m the meantime met the of the fedeial indemnifies ii.m and restitution law with an mtiaj of 19 billion Marks, and proiMuVy pay another 15 l>ii lion Marts up to 1978 "Wi anticipate that an expenditure of about 1.8 billions will be necessary in 1965, as was the case in 1*64. If we appropriate 1.9 billions for 1966 and 1967. • S hat been done in the Budget Stabilization Law, wo do not effect reductions vis-a-vis the actual figures of the) two pre viovs years as is being constantly asserted, but in reality increase the sums being paid out by 100 million Marks. "During discussions of the final law concerning the federal indein nificatkias law. I was told by the associations of panes Nsaaa that the annual burden imposed OB the Federal Government and the Stales was not to be increased by the amending lav. hut •.houid merely be maintained at the same level for further yearto come This is just what has been echleved by article IT of the uduet Stabilisation Law It provides that we shall distribute about 7.5 billion Marks to be anticipated for l!ti6 In 1!6 evenly over four yean, and thus keep midway uaiWtm tinestimated and actual M1I11S. • If we take appropriate recount of minor claims or eWJ "li l*-opie in MIT implementing re^ulatumW shall come to a reasonable srrani %  n S n t with the association.-, which will do no haim to anyone ixit will on the CONtrarj take into consideration iverall situation for there is one thins; I must sax anain here MMpreservation of the stability and purchasing power ol our cur renc] is of importance not only to US txit alao to the persecute*-* wtkS must be interested in this j\i-1 as much Teachers' Group To be Certified Tom Adams. Secrctaiv of Stat< lor the State of Florida, will pre sent i formal Certificate of In corporation to the Council "f Jew ish Congregational Pre School Teachers uf south Florida on Thursday, Jen •> The pr es entation will IHmade at the installation of officers to iheld at lemple Meimrah at B:30 p in The follow ins; officers will be m-talled by IXHIIS Sehw art/man. executive director of the Bureau Mrs N'aomi Urandeis. pre-sident. Mis R eb e cc a Kay. sice president; MiRuth I'enick. treasurer; and Mrs Hebecca Stern, -ecn tar\ MrMurray Koretzky. soprano, will present -01114in Hebrew and Yiddish, with Mrs. Berta Barnett at the piano. The Council of Jewish Congregational PTe-School Teachen of Smith Florida was initiated by the liureau of Jewish Kdut-alion in lBflO. It has hHd workshops on early childhood development and .lewish content in the prv-school for the past five years and has developed a code of practice for pre school teachers and a certificate for all qualified pre QChsol person lie I lCnerl Miller, Executive Food Oirecter PMONg: UN S-SS11 OH Trlf OCEAN AT • *•*• TT Miami m CM Baroque Group At Beth Am Young Artists Baroque Society of Greater Miami, a chamber music orchestra, will present a concert at Temple Beth Am on Wednesday eensaanaj, Dec. 29, in the Social Hall Composed of 20 students between 14 and 20. the croup is under the direction of B Warren j Sisnor. lira Bernard Goodman is chairman of the newly-organi/cd Music Committee of Beth Am. Rabbi Sol Landau blessed some ol the children of Beth Da vid Religious School who were born in December on Shabbat M'vai :him last Saturday morning. Lett to right (front row) are Mark son of Mrs. Evelyn Levitt, and Sheri. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Murray Budner. 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FridOV, December 24. 1965 kni*l fkrMi )r Page 11 \ Nazi Sobs at Second Auschwitz Trial XK££S£? Continued from Pig 1-A hi-postwar da) I \ %  • lean ind •i jaiN Tears -"li"i down hia i ontended hi only Mipu>lic(l f'xl .'nil ho lain for BS [< i-atapo men stationed al the path i imp in occupied Poland. u<-t German popular rea hen) over the war rrimi trial* pad th< I osl le t i ma the) fate in oth r countries waa mani* > 'i in the ••• II -• attendant e al he opening trial MMI i irhei onlj %  K>'.I one fourth of -i" eta! %  *!>' "iil The tri.il i|„ %  pet courtroo \ .'• i : 'in ii now n %  i niti d States • -iin • %  ution ti timoi nbi' 2fl He ia So I I'M Wollrw im of Frei Mi lo \ V Ehrha-d Kroeger, a former SS officer whose extraction to West Germany was refused last year by a Bolr-ina court and who has been living in Ita'y s nee, was reported by Italian police in Rome this week to be in West Germany. .it repoii is accurate, offi lid, Kroeger would be the most important itnes %  it, the scheduled ti ial of for I i lestai o t! iel Her! VYeygandl who I week in Wupi rtal livin name W >•• %  PS trial "ii charges of -• %  rvna ordei foi thr < 1 1 %  imi 6.1 %  in •>, Rhim '.'. .tphalia and ooo I I i ifiic b said thai Kr< > accompanie I lasi Monda) bj II i lian police officers lo an i x| Irain Icavii i B Iz in i for W'esl i [he '' %  i I n nn r pass. 1 thai this prot ei ure point.' i to i xpid MUII rather than I ary di .... I dicati ot Beth I);. Mil i SY delegates i. n lin the national conventioi I nited 5) nago i Youth in \\ n !'i this week are Son %  Idman pn Da> id I i and rt gional h • St and dai i %  ''• '" % %  rt ional librarian; %  i mal \ ice pn %  i I %  ; I it h c Barl i Jeffi Rosiir-'k. Yo %  ViSli OUR NEWIS1 AUTO SERVICE CENTER 8801 Eiscayne Blvd. N TIRE CG. *-*ak' Open 24 Hours & All Day Sunday 5300 N.W. 27th Avo. For people who want "Precious Cargo" Protection! PREMIUM LIFE-SAVER SLIGHTLY BLEMISHED SALE! OFF Regular Sale Pfice, NOT List Price! REGoodrich FULL 4-PLY NYLON TUBELESS SEALS PUNCTURES PERMANENTLY RESISTS SKIDS RESISTS BLOWOUTS LONGEST WEARING PASSENGER TIRE B. F. GOODRICH EVER BU!LT TWIN-LINE WHITEWALL NEW PUNCTURE SEALANT Puncti."e; are scaled permanently as BFG imp-oved sealant prevents a>r from escap r.g makes penent repair as puncturing object is withdrawn. 650x13 21.25 775x14 2 5 .00 825x14 2 7 .50 855x14 3 0.00 885x14 33.50 845x15 3 0 .00 885x15 3 3.50 900x15 3 4.75 Plus Fed. tax and old tire off your car. NO MONEY DOWN E 1 N Y sT B r E c T RE T o E R T MS FREE MOUNTING ECONOMY TIRE SPECIAL %  ONE PRICE TIRE & TUBE Blackwall 600x15 670x1! 650x15 710x15 INCLUDES NEW B.F. GOODRICH HEAVY DUTY TUBE! Plus Fed. tax and old tire off your car. ENJOY YEAR ROUND SAVINGS AND SPECIAL CREDIT TERMS AT THESE NORTON TIRE STORES: OMN 14 M0tli OHN W'J CENTRAL MIAMI SJOO K I'th ••• 633 6Vi DOWNTOWN MIAM )'I4Jl NORTH MIAMI 13JB0 M JC .tn.t Ml IMI MIAMI SHORES 8(0' t :>•• P %  I • 4446 MIAMI BEACH 1454 Alton Road S38 "-33' N MIAMI BEACH 1700 I yti'i Si '.'V.J' 4S '4S4 Hi*.: SOUTH OADE 90XJ1 ioutn O'i't Mwj MT757S HOMESTEAD 3010 I Hy. W. HOLLYWOOD fcO' I Ho lywooc BtvO at Stata *oaa 7 >f L Mo>n 1830 Melt Bfo.ard Blvd. i Sj'.3t WEST PALM BEACH S'S So 0< t TI J-41B1



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%  Pag 12-A • Jtnist rtcrktiar rCcliotiovis J^< ervices \J his lAJeehend Refr-m Rabb. Darnel M Lo*y Cantor Cht Gale. p ,„ -. mom %  m '"• h, Com i AQUOATH ACHIM Lomberdy Hwel. •SOS Coriin A- O'trtodoK ,% -HI .-,. %  : in > I n. MIIM h* I %  B-n — • AHAVAT SHALOM CO*vGREGA TION. 90S SW 67th Avc OaWthoooa Cantor Morns Birr ( • AOt/OATH ISRAEL 7S0' Carlyte l OrthoOom. Rabbi laaac Ever K.-• % &f iiv %  % >..•:, Kllni and H< :' %  %  Ml hd • I I I • Mm. !... u.n Ii.v-t Ml\i"i Si.ice. ..,,....1J*M ,a.*r, ,(.,, • •,. I-.-.I MH. ..i '• • Ml ha-L abei of \lii Mi Nlr „i,li|. PHMtV-k Bra %  "•" • • Friday. December 24. 1365 TEMPLE 2ION WOO *"• %  ha.Cmr...rv.t.v. RabbiaWed W..-.f ] %  %  Mitt' h %  %  ..ltd J*"Al40( V'." %  H -.. %  '.. • )' .-••nn n Inl rod** torj OB at CANDIEIIGHTING TIME 1 Toveth 5:16 p.m. t Orthodo. Rabb. Davrd Lehrfiel* r-.ntor Abraham Sell Nl |** !" "' r" ,.!M> S |. m SaH.nl> v • %  ''•*' TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB W1 E MltSvah FUettartl Kober, eon Of Ml 4th Av H-a'eah Centervat.ve M.IMII.L Kalman R.bbi Mavinca Klein | • %  -V, I'hllii Well ml Ion ... _, ,.,.,..I. n: Tool, I nafrtl !• I '. • ,. in Sund IJ I avn Ba SiltsDonaM, aon .1 Uf nl ...r. .1 I'.-MTl. K .. CHU i. -ni Ratine %  in d • LUBAVlTCHER M NVAN. S00 Wash .ngton Ave. OMhedoa. Rabb, Abraham Korf. Cantor Ernest Fiald. • MINVONAIRES CONGREGATION in? BrO Rd. Modern Traditional. • OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy Dr Orthooox. Rabb, Phmaaa Weberm..n %  m ih< % %  % %  %  U< riFERETH ISRAEL WON Mr.-! Ave Conservative RaSbi Henry Wermck ,.-. lllv • % %  i in Swisun. K>4e' 4 a •' rn'M Kr Mm. v l> .. .11 Vtr Blltt Mr.. Mon la ii-' '•• dared hv RW.. Ki..n vni|N ..„,, Nl 17'|I 1 •d |.> Mn ml lira M *?>,".£*„ 5 B .hh. S*erv..n lu tr. i,l N:.i ~ lWI • Orthodo. Rabb. *rv..n a>tor. r,,-.. %  MI'n..' Sato lJ %  • — TEMPLE 2AMORA 44 Zamora Ave Conitrvitive Rabbi Maxwell B< r -• r Cantor Ben Otkon 1 |dl f I III -.IrlKM > I SETH DAVID 2i-Ju Sv\ 3rd Ave Coneervative. Rabbi Sol Landau. Canto, Will.am Vv Lipaon. •^^117 S ., n: i Dant* lfii"<"niMt fi -. u ii..-. ba.i ..-% %  liar MillM UiI '..\ .1 -.n ( Ml M r M ui.-tai I <*n • • ETH EL. SOO SW 17th Ave. Orthodox. Rabb, Solomon Mttlft. Ii | in :*< a in i ni % %  s n a — • BETH ISRAEL. 7""0 40th SL Orthodox. Rabbi Berei Wem %  • \ L4tl •• U tin • ItTH JACOB tOl VVh-o" *• Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swiriky Cantor MJuMr >c^ra Pi da %  --.' %  % %  t %  •I h.,• %  ETH KODESH M01 SW 12'h Av Modern Traditional Rabbi Mia Snjpiro Cantor 8enja • %  %  Mltival ~ • aon f Mi si..\in SIPHAHOIC JEW.8H CENTER *4 Col.in* Ave Rev Canter bad, Nah miaa. ... .. M • naatt .-. rmon i' l.^k. ,n Ii ai Bat •. of Ml and ;-.,... i •-. ii. / .. I ..f th. We* l. t. YOUNG ISRAEL OP MIA*H BEACH %  -4? *a Waihinoton Ave. Orthodex Rahbi *h,aham Str*eid. \ .„li loeau* atl • 4 "1>X*llJi* p III CUBAN HEBREW CIRCLE OF MIAMI. 1242 Waahinntoi A-.e Ortho dox. Rabb, Dov Roxencv.eig. • FLAGLTR • GRANADA. 5C NW Mat PI. Conaervative. Rabbi David Roenfeld Cantor George Goldberg Fn.i iy I Horn i. • ::.-i..%  Kuton ,;.,.. -.,•! n One| Bhabbal Mi ^n.i Mi~ Jnaxrptl K:i rlatortti • %  I .. H III 111 SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE U151 NE 19th Ave. Orthodox Rabb, Jonah E CapUn. • ; ,. in S. i nn >M 'liri I N. ,..'.. w iSiatl Sa I %  %  -•• .— nnon i 'ha I ka rtyn aa> nttiia aart .•TEMPLL ADATH YESHURUN Conaervat.ve. 1C25 NE iJrd St Mum. Gardens Rd. Rabb> Samuel R. Stone Cantor Maurice Neu. : i Sermon ^ itell, .rtiaj I I liar atlUvah Stevi Robeel ... • .i.iFT. LAUDERDALE EMANU EL. -aoS Andrews Ave Reform Rabb rFup .. nETM Richard M. Leviton Cantor Jerome rE MPL f Bfc 7. 2 o.. J Klemcnt. a FT. LAUDERDALE JEWISH CENTER 47 E Oakland Park Blvd K. i.,\ • p Mention Conservative Charles Oickson. preslips th %  dent. Dr. Jack L Morne. cantor. • HALLANOALE JEW SH CENTER 410 E Beach Blvd. Rev. Paul Deutsch. Dr.. So Miami. Relorni Hail' Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Micnaei Kyrr il.ii i i .... %  I %  ... atuavah l -m• aon of Mr .. I Mrs < I r s KM atra N I 1 '' ,; ,r -rcsaoi m acru ti nc MOI I V ird bj Mr* Hilda Hlrah-.r wOOD e l)b ?J" hA R orr it la KrUoatan R Samuel Jafte. \ l I lux %  -. t ve a. CantoC • ETH MOSHE CONvVRXr.ATiOM MJJO W D.xie Hwv Cor Rabbi Richard Marcovitx. Srvrrour H rnkru i. IT] I lr • •• • v %  rial J %  I.. %  i %  -• ,• i'.--MII. irf Mr Mil MrH. i oert Eaklnd • %  ETH RAPHAEL 1S4S Jefferson Ave Conservat.ve Cantor Saul H Brffh --• Rabbi u. '.n. I %  %  • | • 1 IEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree Or Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S Groas. Pnd j l& p m Satui H< i•• t. ...i*en\ Mtabbavi llaimnii r< • i ...,• in) \t-i • .. — • HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SiNAI. 1201 Johnson St Cunservat.ve Rabbi David Shap.ro. Cantor Vehudah Heilbraun. • %  HOMESTEAD JEWISH CEN'ER tn St Homestead. Coeiservat.wa. TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH 7MW SW 120th St Reconstruct.! nut Habb, Morris Skop. • 1.15 ,. in "hanulua a. I -The Meaaaaart r Pllckerlasj CaMkattlaal i 'aJvd sat." sa K iMf-i ,. %  Ka %  Ui aad U*s A • TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM o* Hally. wood 1/25 Menree St Conservat.v. Rabbi Morton Malavsky. c.ntjr Ernest Ste.ner. Synopsis o* lhTorah Portion MIKETZ liiv i.roih.is r>o\ before Joteph who la now thr ruler of Ecypi And Joseph ua.s tlif noxtinoi OVCI thUnd And JOMphsl hrothrrn CfUM. and bowed dewn to hi in < %  •" 426> MIKETZ Two yean later, Pharaoh dream) J dream in tut, %  lightly different veratotia The dream lenifiod the hunjj oi Egypt; but none oi hiv aagea could explain it atifac Pharaoh'a butler remembered Joph'i masterly interpn-tation* of dreams, and informed Pharaoh Joseph was hroujjht before Pharaoh and explained the dream a* forecasting arven years of plenty that urre to come to the land of Egypt, only to bat succeeded b> aeveu yean oi famine He advlaed Pharaoh to appoint a wiai uiaiaBui to collect wheat during the yean >>f plent) ami distribute it during the years of famine Pharaoh ap|K>inted hiniMlf to this post as his \ iceroy. \v Joseph had forecast, the Egyptian ttorea of hni wen in great demand during the eeven yean ol famine Ki Ihoae who came to buy wheat m Egypt were Joseph su^thert Joseph recognised them, but UM > did no! know hint Joseph M, contrived that the brothers came to Egypt a second time, bringing Benjamin, Joseph's: full brother with them Joseph received thm cordialh. but then he seem as though Benjamin had stolen a gohlet, and insisted that hv ataj behind aa servant The brotben refuaed to abandol Bdiuamin. and all decided to return to Joseph s home This recounting of the Weekly Portion of fh Law it • % %  tractod n4 based upon "Tho Graphic History of the Jewish Herit age odifsxl by P. Wollman Ttjmii, 51S Publisher it Shenqoid, and the volume it available at 27 William S 1 .. Now York $. N.Y. President of frit society distributing tho volume it Joseph Schlanf. TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM 4144 dix Ave Libe*al Raoh. Leon Kronnh Cantor David Conv.ter. BETH TFILAH 93S Euclid Ave OrISRAELITE LENTER 'TS vw Jjth St Conservative Rabb. Avrom L. L Drum Canter Louis Cohen ltd < .. thodox. Rabbi Joaeph E Rackovsky a a IETM TORAH 1t4th St and NE nth ,i,t Ave Conservative Rabh' Maa Lip— a a JACOB C COHEN COMMUNITY TEMPLE BNAI SHOLOM 16*00 NW S> NAGOGUE 'il2 Waihmgtcn Ave ?-"il Ave Conservative Rabbi S M Orthodox Rabbi Tibor H Stern Machtei Cantor Abraham Reiseman Cantor Samuel Vigodi i • • jl • • 1 tchita. Cantor Jacob Renrer. %  %  V %  %  Mr and • l o K-stSETH ISRAEL THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT Monoruh Order Suggests Our Growing Strengths By RABBI MORTON MALAVSKY an eight-da> period lb* two great •4-J E.c .0 Ave Hebrew Lesson Hollywood Beth Sholem I at S ibbal h '%  an .• the Sab Lath nf Chanuka is one filled with in '•nl' i \ tii the *K---r-:n T %  %  : z .z •: K : r "..•-•%  • -T: .tni : r.w ; •. (p-rajjp: =•:-• •j'ZVl '-•'.r tyn -2 *.'%  .pirw Wff *:: c rp*v *TDP TWr^'"*> '^ -*•' r .pjpaV^a-.-^nr-^rr: ( r-ary r.opa: m| HPfV A RoligipMsKilitary Cheir A rellgTfiui fi !l1tar> choir, the firsl of iu Jkmd in Trahal (the ls^ raeli Defense .Arms > and in the and they sine tunes of all the Jew *hole world, is soon to be >et up ish communities. throuRh thFnTrt'aftive of the mill Now they are learning a compotary chief rtaHhiiiate The purpose of the choir is a TEMPLE BETH TOv 64l SW 1h St Conaervat.ve Rabbi Ralph Z Qliarnan TEMPLE EMANUIL. IT01 Washing WOrld The SCTlp ton Ave Cenaervat'va col :'nni tural port ion l rhmar Cantor 2v. A W Pol %  %  %  p; : -: -;n nf-pr; -" F ..%  { <^n r*u:xn .-': L ; : n'H' %  %  *?-.Tpr^ c-x-5 rz:z"r-.2 r-: r -•;r. r':*or;TT-r:.cvn: ,ii|af 133?* rflwav ^*^" only for the relifiious ones The choir will have a special rep m addition (0 the holida) reading 1taken from the Book ol Genesis 41 1 44 IT known kt;/ We are aware ol Friday e II i m tome Bibll a 1 be |>or tions lead (or the past t w 0 weeks TEMPLE ISRAEL OF GREATER Ml. AM' 13" NE :th St Reform Rabbi -• -v. •—,. TEMPLE JLDEA 320 Palermo Ave Liberal Reform Pabb, Morns K.p pe-• -(H-ak of dreams mt y Jacoh and J cl "binn the run^s of a ladder an '' Hie heighta hoped for. but Tatum waterway Modern TradiJose-ph s dream portraved the sun headmn downward or alumping as o* n EdwVrd < "Kf.T'" L ""•" c "" moon and stars. In direcUj con' the case of I'baraoh ertnir There are eieht members. %  r "'-" •** lf > 'radictory thinkinR. or from the ae^mPamed by an accordionist ^* sphere we see ,.„„*.„ %  sit ion made up of themes that char ... Dre. dreaming of stalks and cows, We can distinguish two individ • ual plateaus Whereas our Biblical s.uon maoe B .. Jjther. set up ar, opt..mirtic and acterizes various communities The] then ..ti, ..jdine: BJU nopeiui goal ol heights. Phaiaoh s setting up of thrs choir, which on TEMPLE Q „ -• r „ S'jntual pessimism manifested it T art s PL a?w o ?b oL ir JSSTJSZ r ,f to j ,ta T* !" not w,,h ,he sicsl accompaniement, will solve aamuei Asyrtt caetor N.CO F.km, n heavenly or the divine, but rather the problem of the entertainment K* gW h .. m t rs wh ^ h *• *.ldiy .r.r.iual u*,. cf Br.n Tora>, of the soldiers in Tzahal on Shabjaoei %  ,an.i. eanni> ^ .... hat double one h will be a synagogue shahbat'will appe.r without mu" T \? L Z !" tt? L !" JStSTmSm^ '", h C nW rn not w,,h Xh < cho.r for the military synagotur^ on festivals, shaboat and special prayers The choir will also appear on the eves of Shabbat and at Oneg Shabbat parties before the Thii rsir it perked m to Still lie Grtair Mi: ami Rjnoinicad An< ciatoon bstSSSS of jfdturtl dp pedfinr hen u DR MAX LIPSCHITZ Wi.ru n.1 Weapon TEMPLE SiNAI Of NORT scidiers in the regiments and not | Puh t tshad by Brrtb lirrith Otamith; Teanasaeary af-te iaat NC Now, what can this pessiblv hare ; Co "K"l"" e/ Horth Muai H MIAMI to do *' ,h


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Friday. December 24. 1965 Jen t$t> IkM'. twit abo.e all things Ckriatni.ii.i major Christian day which cvlebrates the I Of Jesus, tini. hn-tian mesTo suggest to our Christian that Christmas ll anything % fiijWotild lx' presumptuous, is is not in the -nine catena Thanksgiving Day, Fourth oly, 'Decoration Day. or any tier Ami: ican li'ilida;. Hence we ean At in s>>od conscience observe Christina* To lo -o i~ to violate our religious principal?* In Christian Clergymen and ^responsible Christian laiety the problom? BnbgfonsibJc Christ .in leaden besMBUI the per\er-Mii o( the I can't F do %  what can (hiistmas season and are trying to I ) si methin| about it Christian clergymen and laymen constantly %  peak out against the commercialization of the Christ ma *> celebration It is a religious holiday, nil should be regarded as such. SOS Would it not be the hotter part of discretion to "Go Along" with our Christian neighbors, even if it moans ob s erving Christmas? No matter involving violations f strong religious convictions can -c re .JI-MV.! as trivial or minor. The troe spirit of Americanism would never compel anyone to act .n conflict with his freedom of, conscience. Our early American oi el .ii came to these shores precisely for the opportunity to worship God according to the die tatei of their hearts. What about the Christmas Troe? The Christmas tree distincti\ily a Christ mas symbol. Since chriatinas is for Christians, the Christmas tree is appropriate for Christians only The Christmas tree ...I-. no place In the Jewish home, nor should ai.y Jewish child be ?ompetled to participate in obsi r .nee* involving Christmas trees. • • • Should Jewish children participate in Christmas parties in the pubiic schools? Parties designed a* Christmas parties or having the appearance oi Chi istmas parties have no place in the public school*. Winter or ..MI Slties ol a general nature anacceptable Is it aDoropriate to give gifts to Christian friends? it is appropriate to give Christ mas gifts to our Christian friends. However, it is not appropriate to present Christmas gifts to .leu* Should Jewish children participate in Christmas plays in public schools? No Christmas plays generally portray religious themes which have no place in a public school. On the other hand, some schools hold a so-called "Winter Festival" in whih an attempt is made to ..void all religious connotations. But it is sometimes difficult to draw the distinction. If the parent eels that the performance is free ol all religious overtones, children may certainly participate. • • • Should Jewish children sing Christmas carols? No. Carols, being religious | lymns. do not belong in the public chool. Jewish children should not be required to sing hymns which embody a theolog) th > %  do not iCCept. Neutral songs that have r.o religious references however, are acceptable • • • Do we harm our children by directing them not to participate? No The classroom is one among many places which reveal the ex Istence of differences. We further ur children's personal growth and a'urit) bj teaching them that they can n si e< I the faith of their neighbor without embracing that faith. We can clearly mark these differences by such simple state is as rhis is what we a 'ln Saturday Mcrnlno I tAVL0W OfrlCErHJJjniTURE. Inc. OVEPLOOKtXOOCEA* AND PEACtt .f ILLINOIS AVtMUE. ATLANTIC CITY. H L Our t leits tetum yearafier year for many reasons — SUPERLATIVE FOOD served in Gracious Air Conditioned RoomsGuess Entertainment ProframLovely Lobbies — Cafe Madiaon r Ree taurant-PANORAMIC VIEW of OCEAN and BAY Irom SUM DECK and SOLARIUM on 14th Floor. 60% of our rooms have Ccen View -Many have TV. Faw have sir conditioning thay don't need lu Location b the Heart of Atlantic City's Resort, Amusement and Shopping Area. Use The Madison P oach Choirs^ MBMBsatC>os.W. Imiaaf •mi case M44U1 n o • BD enUBoss m What about other Jewish children who participate in Christmas observances in the public schools? There are ROW a* there always have been, parents who do not accept 'he viewpoint ol responsible Jewish leadership Thej proceed on their own when they perAll-Day Kallah At Beth David An all-day kallah was hel.l at Beth David Congregation on Wednesday, with Mrs AI .1 Beer, Sis terhood cultural vice president, and Mrs. Maurice Kellner. chairman, in charge of the day. Dr Jacob Kafcakoff, educator, writer ami lecturer, was guest speaker at the seminars. 0 LAKESIDE MEMORIAL PARK mil their children to participate in ( hnstmas observances. This contuses the children of parents who Ho follow the thoughtful recommendations of Jewish leadership. Jewish parents will help their children most if they (1), accept diversity in the ranks of Jewrj a* a normal condition in the American environment ;(2' know and understand the thinking of responsible Jewish leadership and recognize that most parents are anxious to follow it; and (3; assure their chiMrwi that despite the participation of some Jewish children. Jewish leaders have taken a strong position for non-participation in oh*ervances of a holiday not their own. and that this is also their position • • Should Chanuka be celebrated in the public schools? No. To do so violates the Constitution, use* the taxpayer's money for sectarian purposes and jopardizes the principle of the sepa• "ii of church and state, without which there can he no religious ; %  eedom WcuW. not the entire problem be solved


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ae 14-A *JeisWcr*dF#ir Friday. December 24, 1965 Between You and Me: By BORIS SMOUR Warburg Quits At Helm of /DC JHE WITHDRAWAL ol Edward %  ,\ M Warburg from chair nanship of the Joint Distribution I 'omn 111 ttafter holding this| eadcrship |Kx! for some -o yean til he regretted not <>nl> b) Jewel n this aeunto but •too m Israel,| Kuropc. and in all countries where he JDC ii-i s been providing relief | nd rehabilitation Mr Warburi ill. 11 course, as honorary chi loael) associated witb the JDC t — Jewish and non-Jewish Ed Warburg s major interest was the Joint Distributioi Committei Especially since his rctun from the war front, where, %  • %  i the i s timed F rces be was among the first %  •• fitness the liberation ol the Jews from Nazi c.,m|>s !\ the American Arm] Ha carried the burden of he Jlx" in the most crucial yean ol Jewish history, hen millions ol Jews were actually in need oi the find f aid which onl> the JI>< could give them. The rescue <>f Jews from Naii hands during the sear-, the bringing hack to normal life of the lews who miraculously remained ali\e in the Nazi amps, ihe aiding of thousands of them to reach Palestine despite British obstacles — all this was .ippermost on the mind of "Eddie, as he is af icctioiateh called by his countless number of (riendl WIKI consider him a symbol of all that is noble Then came the establishment of Israel and with it the mass migration of Jews to Israel aided b) •hi' JIH'. the taking out by planes of entire Jewish communities from Arab countries where then hie v.is in danger, the establishment by the JDC of its Malben program aiding aged and sick; the restoration of Nad destroyed Jewish communities HI European countries As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAl >io Big Hurrah ^\VER A PERIOD of four years, matt} ^ ot UJ have read about the agonising of the Roman Catholic Church in its honorable efforts io effect a new and respecting relationship with other 1 bodies Out of this anguish ha\e iluhistoric Vatican declarations ligabus Libert) an I 2 tie Jew i he fir .ii | plow the n o-i .. • ; ,s history f ally records the saga of u* | evil to overcome power fo: H the i. conflicts between i. arch ;.uihorii> and temporal authority. What follows here has to do solclv with the schema ihe Jews. And since so much is being said and writthis observer promises to tr> to make only four aimpn points: 1. Again, we learn that pictures explain better than >rds. The cartoon first appearing in The Heahst" and thosi published in "Commonweal" is an admirable summary of enhghtened reaction to the Vatican move two small boys are having that kind of Juvenile dialogue which can easily erupt into fisticuffs Tinlad being bcraied is aparently Catholic And ihe second DO) is saying t.. the fir-t "You former Christ killer" Thus do we clean up our language, What about our b< bavior' 2. Mature Jewish Judgement Would we not agree • it n is awkward and somewhat embarraaeing tor thanghtful Jewisli observers to give frank reactions, .ir-eace and stability in the Near Fast The White House made known that President John son wa> mindful of Israels precarious situation but de euled that aid to Egypt would help relat batJHaMH and bung about a reduction in the anus race Mr Johnson acted on the strong recommendation of the Secretary of State." Washington is certainly aware of the latest develop m an ia in the Near Bast Intelligence officials have advised the White Houv that Chinese CommunUts military ad (risen and a Viet Cong delegation arrived in Syria in November as official guests They know that the visitors weutaken to the Israeli border by the Syrian Army The State Department has seen the joint common: u.uc in which the Syrians and Viet Cong rt presentatives pledged full support against Israel a< the "tool of lm periaUgnV' and for "putting an end to old and new Ii perialiam throughout thr world Meanwhile the official Cairo Radio has broadcast in treble throughout the Neai East the identification of • with the Viet ion.; causa The Egyptians voieed elation at American losses one Cairo broadcast said the material and moral losses suffered by Ihe United States cannot possibly iequated with anv American victory, which fact be achieved against the fighting \i.-t Namese pcople can officials realize thai very well, but have U n fortunately turned the war into a question of dignity They consider that acceptance of peaceful solutions and implementation of the Geneva conference resolutions on Iidocluna would constitute a stab against this dirit> Today's Thought: By DR. SAMUEL SILVER Fabulous Cruise on the Caribhe an CABULOUS IS an adjective I seldom use But there is no i more accurate word to describe recent cruise on the Israeli ship, the SS Shalom Nwvei have I been nearer to heaven, to employ a phrase that \ Irita, but m this case, right I had heard atnnit the 7A\D Company luxury liner, and I had read the ads. but reality outdid the blurbs as mv wife and I and several hundred oth.:sen pared on .. t i i p that took us to Hi. Carribean amidst sumtuous splendor and service that was su perl) You simph cant exaggerate the beaut) of the ship, afine a anv in the world The modem ait work itself can keep you enthralled for days on and And vou cant overstate tinElysian feeling inspired hy the gloriOUI decor, the mouthwatering food, the three swimming pooh), the first-clast: entertainment, the three night clubs, the three chcMras. the free dancur; kssaons, the duty free shopping center, the elegant theatre, the goli range the shuffle board and pingpong tournaments the beauty and barbershops, the large kiddies' room the resourceful fun and game prises, the closed Ion pragraas, the piped in music, the the exquisite library, the spacious lounges and the snndecks where at tendants are forever bringing vou towels, food and drinks And enchanting ti„. ,. nllIr ,,,;,„.„ ta hf u raeli ell • U is visdde m ihe tearing of the staff and f** u*Hfd. highly affable and i ilnsan ) eff:,ie,t The) serve you hand and mouth, but "" s •'" %  to talk io ihe prafesatoaol en tcitainmeol is cosmopollUn, but s.,. W ers and niinn i uuu throa ,., UrnaU JIld Vldtli>n touclH > v%h|ch stif the heart, us ,ii „ ,„. f(H1 ,„. „ llKris slaJ wan and com,H-u-n<. fill >oll Hlln „, miratl(in ln their m o g —ete vau ed uniforms and epaulettes The commander „, „„. „ a| „ ^^ K| ,.,„,, H n; ;. ;'."" 1 "' "" %  "> vivacious Enn mambar til hard to pull vou, M-lf awa> from an, of them At wi. ',"" OKl,1U >ou tt,,h "Htrtnaiaa that Will spoil you for a long n„„. ,„ com ,. Aroum| 2 II. rrenoh and Kngl.sh „ a.isla.iotis.. and the lang1 "' Holv \\,,t esSBBSSJ vivid i v ,,„,.



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fDecember24, 1965 + kMi*Hkridlii r] Page 15 A. frtfJ^WfW CJA Sets Drive G <>al for '66 'wm* hpf USY and board members of the Sisterhood of Tempi* fihnth Jacob were entertained at a Chanuka party last week at Ik* home of Rabbi and Mrs. Maurice Klein. 5939 SW 12th St Shown al Ihe function are Saul Silverman. Elaine WilkCt>. Cheryl Albert, Allen Greenberg and Dianne Mohel. I'S Club Elects Officers lilcnonih Men's Club was huhtini! of the candles Fach child itannual father and was I• receive I Chanuka Rift, and _jr on Tnurvia> evening a special entertainment featuring Secial Hall, according to Micbeiline and Goffos and their Krovntz preaidenl wonderful world of puppets was to ning .ito IH'UMI uith the v presented. 1 t 1 \ ) \ tor MEMORIES ycuJ,nevrr'forget *fo?EXCITEMENT every moment of your vacation for XOCHIMILCO, a highlight of your trip I for IRRESISTIBLE pleasures of'your) sightseeing expeditions ^ i -for WARMING curio shops lakh) warrbargajw^^ \ {/— for OU! which you'll shout after your werwrtalmrog vacation \ —ok. %  <* %  %  >—i Itha Hotels offers you the widest choice of Ms! accommodations lAlUMTflt %  one errti a. Mttamn • mm* isua • an mas • nm Kama* H wuatm • nun met: mm m u atnaa mm*, MBM cazvMii n msiMiit oiai uuri: tut* M HSMSUUS: tu UMII: note* arm ttu MIMESIS um-iA^mntM) •-•'• %  %  milalaa oInformation >•• your lrci egtnt or any Srtaraton Hotal < V .i Continued from Page 1-A Kisla* |I Iol vital importance t" us that our goal be one that ful• the need.-, of our agCDCM in the community and of the lined Appeal and its agencies serving men. women and children in Israel and 30 other countries overseas Although the lirrw; goal is $126,t"t,ii above last year's, the figure is misleading Actually. CJA work11nrfll have to raise about S200 OOO more m ]s#/Js Jjmei, %  zS/zr. announces... the newest (built 1965) the nicest (stabilized luxury liner) thp Nil I ( saHs t 0 n assau and ". llic i^tll^l V freeport. grant" ha ha ma / 3 and 4 dav exi* !" cruises from$59. Hm m mtmmm leaves miami nion. & fri. 4:15 p.m. gourmet dining...gala parties elegant sen ice... JSH IS '"IT 8 ?*', •* 3 fabulous mtc itubs creator fun... relax... sail .I.I\ on a romantic voyage under tropical skies new... new... brand new call your trawl agent mm or T^-'MGI '•i M Ittrti frtin Oadif Itland lite Ott fin 1. Miami For Information and Reservations Call YOLPE TOURS f502 WASHINGTON AVENUE MIAMI BEACH fOK tlStRVATIONS CALL FARR TOURS & TRAVEL SERVICE 424 Lincoln Road Mall 531-5327 6705 Collins Ave., Miami Beach 865-7444 s or Reservations and Infor mation Free Delivery Call ALL AROUND TRAVEL SERVICE 1638 Coll ins Ave., M.B. Ph. 532-3336 INFORMATION AND RESERVATION'S WESTCHESTER TRAVEL AGENCY MIAMI 8551 Coral Way Phone 226-5811 1 Ift-lftAY (KllSr: 2nd & 111. Tuesday Each Month ^ < .ii Kouml TO THi: BAHAMAS U. S. ( oatl i-uard \p, • I || l"i I 1" > I ""'I SaiU "THE Pit INK" island Castowoy Cruises 1*H SE Utn S'l Culwv • rt Llul4l I'HOM S23-7tM CHEVRON MARINA Aik Your Travel Agent — or Contact



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#A* C UJi oman s UJorlJ ^Jewish FJLoridlfL&o Miami. Florida. Friday, December 24. 1965 Sectior. 3 Miami Beach Mayor Elliott Roosevelt and Hadas.ah officials :nw£lly open the Jewish women's organization winter center .: 337 Lincoln Road Mall. The center gives information en local iadassah activities to members visiting Miami Beach during :e winter season. With the Mayor (frrm left) are Mrs. Alfred 1 uvin. national representative in charge of the center; Mrs. Jerald P. Soltz. president of the Florida Region <~f Hadassah: ind Mrs. Nathan Barth, Miami Beach Chapter president. Council Plans Mid-Year Meeting Greater Miami Section, National Council o| Jewish Women, will hold Its mid year membership meeting on Wednesday noon. Jan. 5. at the Carillon Hotel. Mrs. William I Brenner, president of the Section, said that "Pol traits Large as Life," a film dedicated to the people of the world who canfor the world's people. will be featured on the program. Speakers will include Mrs Peggy Hart Leverton, volunteer leader fellow from London, and lrvm H Sebindler, Florida coor dinator f->r the I'niter Nations Association. Purpose i>f our meeting will be Greater Miami Sectionway <>f benoring the United Nations and stimulating local community interest in its workings,' Mrs Brenner de< tared, MRS. WILLIAM BfffNNfft Mrs Irvine L We.xlcr. Se T vice president of public affair.chairman of the day, Mrs '/.< % %  is Section vice president of r >mbership Mrs lack Chernau is 5ee tion program chairman Charles Feinberg is Setion a. w gements chairman Divisions participating are Bay Division, Mrs Robert Clulds it; I oral l>i\ ision Mrs. I :-< hneiderman, presidi nt; Ev< Division, Mrs Peter Hornik, sident: Indian Creek Division, M.lti n Gross president; Isl Divisions Mrs Robert Somei -' pi' -i lent Lincoln Division, Elsie Schwabe, president; Si s Division, Mrs Larry Hoffi i %  Bidi %  • South Dade Dh -. Bui i v i > president home of Dr. and Mrs. Louis Lemberg. 5430 Riviera Dr., oral Gables, provided the selling for an Art for Heart' exo:t and reception last Sunday, benefiting the Heart Associcn of Greater Miami. More than SI,000 was iaised through .e sale ot paintinqs which will go to support the Association's :r-round program of research, education and community :vice. Chairman for the gala benefit atiau was Mrs. Lem : Committee members assisting Mrs. Lemberg were Mrs. Dallas St. Mary, Mrs. Lila Cosiango and Mi. Michael Schlazer. :ty pieces of art. including paintings and sculptures by ten • al artists, were offered for sale. Shown admiring a group • the pairtmgs are (left to riqht) Dr. and Mrs. Martin S. Belle .d hosts. Dr. and Mis. Lemberg. n J bv ISABEI GPOVF .ttim: hi84' n inn M a \ s h %  • I edbei 'eted on Saturd tOIK Hot n, who d< I i • • If enei i ai d tal i I veta • i ,Comhin< v h Nations I will be I irnci • d i li Mi chect • Lei %  n Mi ind M %  • I Ii ..nk I apian an I Mi V\ il11 the %  uliorn Sh-II i -t look at one and umchild. three year irttinR in fioni New II with her mother Bunnv ..lehiatc Dora's 80th I ocaliteloiniliR the are daughter Kuth For I son Stanley • • ula> -ravin for Mrs '/ of the Allison Ho IhlSJt -i-ters visit •II staying at the New names on the •"> are Mrs Saul Mrs Anna H Lt dlta 1.1. and Mrs. %  an. Berfra Beach. oa> featlvttWa tar ml Herman, of the \partments. includes TJ Fi 3D I N fo splvmlullx (.lirislnids • %  >>. %  cht Bai Ihe n eni %  i this T \ I la I'ourt \ i M Mr .. feted hed %  Mrs Phi Her and Mrs \i ami is. I her l.i 1 Kirschner, "i Mi thi days to thi ai ol hei ion his wifi ih. ii two pre-schoolers Mona Rae and 1-iny .Mien Bob and El lin Beth Bresslei traveling from Chicago for the double wedding of twin cousini Marcia and Ber nice Pearl on Dec 26 Talent ed Ellin Beth, well known to Chi caco audi-nces for her many appearances in community theatre, will sing the familiar sentimental lose songs at the afternoon cere mony • • • Col Ami GUadi, wife Ruth, and their three sonv si\ Eyal and That, of lleeisheba Israel, are guests of cousinMr and Mrs Albert Weinb.ru. 1010 Euclid Ave Other local cousinthe Giladis are seeing include Kahhi and MrJoseph Narot MiRho da Levlne Mrs Sarah Chaxanol Mr and MrLotdl LebowitX, Mrs BM BOM MI and Hn Lewis Mandel. Mr and MrAmic Gold Exclusively Burdine's.. inraeli import I:nils pi t'ialhf pvivvtl •40 For knit ectoi fashionables Save on knits of distinction not to be s> •ou'll find all the new soft looks pleats, gc" %  ribbing, color contrasts Hurry for your size in these fine double woven wools Shown, sheath gored to triangular pleats, roll neckline. Cherry or grass green; 8 to 16 Moor DOWN'O.SN 1AIAMI i & Bvrd 'o'ri'



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7: Pcqe 2-B % knisl fkriii >r Friday. December W Youth Take Part At Emanu-EI Lazarus Group of Hcdassah celebrates Henrietta Szold Founder's Day with a luncheon at the Eden Roc Hotel. Mrs. Nat Barth. chapter president, was guest speaker at the Monday function. Standing (left to right) are Mesdamej Marking off reserved seats section for the Hebrew Academy PTA theater party Monday niqht at the Lincoln Theater are (left to right) Mrs Harry Rosenberg. Mrs. Samuel Rosner. PTA president; Mrs. Leonard Adler. theater parly chairman; and Ray Sinuk. co-chairman. Proceeds from the premier showing of "The Agony and the Ecstasy" will go toward maintaining the Academy's library. Jack Spatz. Baer Zuckerbraun, lack Wolfstein. president. Benjamin Linder. Harry Kaston chairman of the day. and William Kaufman. Committee (not shown 1 are Mesdames Norman Meyers. Saniord Jacobson and David Duckov. Rabbi Kronish To Talk Sunday Kafobi Leon Kronikh. spiritual laadaf of TMspii Beta Sbolom, will be futured speaker at a brvakfast meeting sponsored by the ComUrivd Jewish Afpeal Coamittec of Point Vien Ninth lor thIMS cam pa Thf breakfast will be hcl.l in tin high ri < community room itart %  I 10 .1 m on Sunday, Jan 9. art'onlim: to co-chairmen, Nathan Newman and Robert M Kobttm< immittee memben art Man rice Kbelson Larrj Blue, Julian Sigmund Eisenberg, llenrj i raok I>r Marvin HunmeL Prank Ron Sidney Rudolph and Arthur Schaffi Durini; FrkUj cveninp services at Templo Kmanu-Kl. dedicated to I cottage \outh. l)r Irving Lehrmun will prrach on A General Search Participants in the service will^ he Klicxia. daughter : Michael, son of Dr. and Mrs. Sherman R. Kaplan, a .senior at Vandorbtlt L'nirersjty; Btavaa D.. MMI at Mr. and Ho Leo Kobioson. a freshman at the School of Law. Boston I m viTMt>. and Linda, daughter of Mr. and Mr Leo Kokeach. a sen tor at (ornell Lniven.il> on Tuesday at 10:30 am. Dr. Lehxrnan vill CT'Ct the college students at a brunch and buzz M-SIOII in Sirkin Hall at the Temple HostOSMi will be members of the Sisterhood who sponsor the annual event, under the leadership Library to Add 5,000 Volumes M< hi id • the Lincoln Theatn on Di I i \-'in> and the En t-: %  : Adler, tl i rman, has reported t numbi r i ed tick* (a kiollie Kahaner Sisterhood On Tuesday, tin Molhe Kahaner Sisterhood of Beth Torah uill host the college luncheon with Rabbi Max Lipx-tut/ and discuss the problems of the Jewish college student. Chonuka Party At Beach T Golden Age Friendship Club of Miami Beach held a cala Chanuka party and luncheon Sun day. 1 p.m. at the YM and V/HA, 1536 Bay Rd President of the Miami Beach Golden Age Friendship Club, which n.' eta n ulai Ij ..i the YM and WIIA iMorris 1 Epstein, who was recently awarded the kej to the Cit) DI Miami foi "outstanding work m bringing the musical, la Night, to the Da l< i ount> Entertainment was provided h\ members <>t the Senior Citizens' Chib < KOSHER M0RRIS0N-SCHIFF "THE GOOD FRANKFURT' HERMAN PEARL BILL LADIMER NUMBER ONE PROVISIONS ONE ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEACH Phone 531-6611 FOOD DISTRIBUTOR WANTED 's IHIS tgla... lor popular strictly kokhrr PA S SON IN ilru, produced by long established nationally fanous s< York bakery. Oppor tun It jr lor 1 lvel y, mtrcri i< nn to (alo Coapaajr'a franchise for year 'round full line of top quality baked goods. swo roua asn.tts.viTM asrsatKCES.iN COHFIDUICE TO: S. Has>el, Box #609 Madison Square Station New York, N.Y. 10010 ANSWERITE TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE FR 3-2666 — JE 8-0721 YOU GET MORE CALLS WHEN YOUR PHONE IS ANSWERED RITE MODERATE RATES 24-HOUR SERVICE — Serving — JEFHRSON MlCHlAND MURRAY UNION FRANKUN PLAZA NEWTON WK AT-FM FROM BRAHMS TO BARTOK You'll Hear the World's Finest Music on WK AT-FM 93.1 on your FM dial MIAMI'S ONLY PURE CLASSICAL MUSIC STATION Programming MORE LIVE Concerts, WK AT-FM GENUINE IMPORTED SWISS HAS REAL OF SWITZERLAND Look for "Switzerland" on the package of slice. or chunk you buy. Then you arc sure of pettirujlhe matchless quality and nut like ta'am 11 genuine Swiss ( heese—produced in Switzerland and nowhere else! i \ %  Swil/iTlainI Swiss (IHM'SC At last! A margarine with all three 1. 100% DAIRY FREE 2. LIQUID MAZOIA CORN OIL 3. NEW NO-BURN FORMUI MAZOLA MARGARINE



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icry. December 24, 1965 +Je n/*A fkrifar Page 3-B Noted Jewish Educator Tells Mesivta Youth Today Lacks Set of Moral Values Noted philosopher and Jew educator Dr Marvin Fox. told e Hun firm people last weed thai 'our 5oath is bewikk ied POI %  I and lacking ;i set "f \ a P3 which i'i guide their litDr Fox spoke at the Fontainehleau Hotel, addressing the annual dinner ot the Mesivta of Greater Miami, a sensor high school for boy('"[11111111111; a Hebrew and a< ntamic educational program, Chairman of Ohio State I Diver Sity's I'hilosphy Department. Dr P*OX laid lli.it hiexperience \\ ltt\ College youth has proven thai "stii 'tents with a religious orientation have %  healthier orjtlook on lifi arc better disciplined morallv ami "i ,'ll\. and are rarer) identified with the radical movements in : us life Honored at Sunday night's function were Mr. and Mrs. Max Cohen, Mr and Mrs. Charles Kalb. and Mrs. Samuel Zaager. ('hairing the • < enii i i l> • man P Gaibut local attornej and < n lc leader Pn sentin p a< oi recognition to the guests of honor was Ratal Berel Wein, spiritual leader ol Che Beth Israel Congi gation. and vice president ot the Mesivta, Also addressing the function were iiahhi Joseph Raekevsky, Rabbi David Lehrfleld, Rabbi S h ei wln Btaubev and Rabbi Alexander S. G r oss) principal of tlie Mesivta DaoM (iallnrt. Sentor at tK*t-h school, spoke on behalf of the dent txvh Bikun Cholim Program \ i hanuka program w i held h> the Bikur I holim Jewi I i i Hole! last week P m Mr* Josei h Keisi is | One ol the highlights of the annual Ambassa%  Ball is a colorful ceremony which serves :s a symbolic bridge between the young people of Florida and the State of Israel. This is e presentation of young ladies-come-of-age lo the Ambassador of Israel and the GovOT of Florida under whose patronage the -:11 is held. This year's function will take ice Sunday evening. Dec. 26, at the Fonlebleau Hotel. To be presented are (seated Mrs. Glickman Heads CJA Unit Mrs A I. (BOSS?] Glickman. of 'ami Beach, has bevn named e -airman of the Initial Gifts DM. of the Women's Division ol 1966 I ombincd Jewish Appeal. Ciu-Wman. lung active in ( \ programs, is a member of the paijrn -Cabinet of the Greater it ish Federation, ami last v/ai Miami Beach chairman CIA's women s group, ba participated in initial for mariy rears. Including a ling rpie in the CJA imperial ie campaign as part of the rise division. r -eoLDnifiiB" can't I do what £Xi!AH can v front) Betty Ann Bright; (seated second row) Lillian Danziger and Marcy Miller; (seated thud row) Edelle Gail Schick and Dorothy Ann Goldstein; (standing clockwisel Renee Beryl Goldlarb. Michelle Stone. Dorothy Eda Goldstein. Toby Iris Cavell. Cheryl Marcia Kaplan, Judith Sherry Falk. Melinda Woskow and Linda Siegel. Not shown are Pamela Ann Heyman. Linda Kanowitz, Bar bra Ann Wahl and Sandra Fern Wohl. (See Page 2-A). JWV Entertains Yets in Hospital At Coral Gables Department of Florida. Jewish War Veterans and Ladies' Auxiliary, held its annual (hanuka program Tuesday in the auditorium ol the Veterans Hospital in Cora! Gables. Kabbi Alfred Waxraan and the Temple Eton Choir, conducted bj Mrs Marjone Frei. explained the meaning of Chanuha In words and music. All patients received a (hanuka gift and were entertained bj Mrs. Henrj Balaban accompanied bj Hurt Duckman, and Chet Gale, uith Deeva Solve at piano. Commander for the Department of Florida is Jack Herman President of the Ladies \u\ihar> for Florida is Mrs Irving Cooperman. party was arranged by Mr and Mrs Nat Brown. Veterans AdminMtJ. A. L. GMCKMAN OR7 Cfrantffco Party Miami Business and Professional ORT will have a Chanuka party on Tuiilaj evening at the istration volunteer Service, repre home Of Minna Krams. 4331 Sheritentative* for the l\\\ and ill BUS u fere ll r > NOW 2 LOCATIONS' /Vo*V SHO*VG WtVlAM I PARKWAY Fhoccp — 2Si •3 0' Co#- — J1 M • it *s • COPY SERVICE of Miami Beach 420 Lteeata •• Moil •• %  101 Grata* fior laea i 4i: ssaBBBBaBa EJEBi iM OH.ti Ca>t — S' COPY' SERVICE of Miami Is • • ..i,-i l-*M -i I-I 5*1 N I 7fh St (Km 2JS-A) wmi^mmm i CAN YOU SPARE Tiurfi at It takes to a* 2T Coat ts • your aattau. If Co* ; i tret w4 nwvy IM, It takes a short cut thrtatfttarntaSfism aidnsim The Public Is Cordially Invited To Hear Our Visiting Rabbi GERALD KAPLAN Who Will Conduct Our Late Friday Evening Services TEMPLE BETH RAPHAEL 1545 Jefferson Avenue Miami Beach CANTOR SAUL N. BRttH And Choir Will Chant During Services I GRAND ...on your fcl Ai llighi. 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Paca 4-B vJenist fhrktiar Friday. December 24 deis in the I .\<> opment Fund campaign :he Greater Miami YM and WHA at c reI dinner at the "Y." 8500 SW 8th St., form• Wcstbrooke CountryClub, are 'left to it Mr. and Mrs. Paul Paske president, Mr. Miami Girl On Television \ i i %  4 will present an -;•• • lacular, The > %  Queen on Friday, 7 a m Hans Christian Onderson on | ption written bj i\an %  eer al the Merrj I • i Playi ( iral Gables l .i i r plaj the ter ol Mr and Mrs ; Miami, she pleted %  :•:" "' heril I" at Con Gables I > hei she is %  < senior S has Bring in Hansel Crete for the past I wetks at the r ise next public appearance will %  •. D vid i ation rntal ol Come Y'U! H dj baa been appearing on l..,-e Playhouse and WTVJ for <**t luu years almo.st every and Mrs. Leon Kaplan, chairman pro-tern of the campaign. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Ha: vice president, and Mr. and Mis Norton I lot, vice piesident. Chanuka Party Slated Sunday Workmen Brai I BBS and Women's < lub oi M Beach will noM I Chanuka part) on s laj 6 p m at 25 Wai V 1 "Program will u by th e Chorus sical tion oi l'. %  > omi n Mdor l pvemn i Dinner will bi No. Dade Chapter Meeting Tuesday North Dade Chapter. B'nai th Women, ill hold it > last • • for 1963 on Tueodan even ing at Washington Federal. 699 87th St ram will be a "Common S' • -• Quiz" with prizes for hmh %  Entertainment will in' pro bj J college folk ain •P. HINDI fOKl* Democratic Club Elects Officers Louis Storch has Ken fleeted tfcdtnl of the Bis*a>ne Demo cratic club F.lected with him were Peter P Heller first \ce president. LOUIS SaiiHM>l>, seond vice president; Kutii Schwartaberc recording ae c ret.it y. David Hubsh, financial M cretary J os eph Rieger treasurer. Ann Coltunik, corresponding ae cretary; and Hi Liebowiti ant at arms Installation dinner ot officers will l>c held at the Algiers Hotel 15 Sculptor Offers Classes at T Zena Posever national!) famous artist and aculptor, is now •<•!> ducting apecial classes for amateurs at tin YM and WHA of Greater Miami at H.SIKI Stt 8th St. Classes are beiiiK held e\cr> %  -lay from K to 12 noon, and from 1 to 3 pm The early class features tin sing The later aessioi is concerned with ceramic aculpture Miss I'osever hahelit ona-wosa an shows m various cities through OMI the country, from Miami Beach to Boston Exhibitions ol her paint inga and aculpture have been • at the Pennsylvania Academj oi Fine Arts, the I owe G alter) lit Miami Blue Star Slates Get-Togefhers This Weekend Hlu.SUl I %  << %  Hender-or. rtUe, \ i will hold Its annual ,ettoge see our I!**} camping aeason movies to discuss nut %  program with a iir %  nd to ran %  Mn*e I, II..w ship* 27 mles fron \fc < '•• N. 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Friday. December 24. 1965 > ** &f #< % # fh rHi tr Taqe :-3 South Dade Theatre Party < I" ater Miami Section of Naol Jew I>ll WOI S mUi I'll' I'.'. isioi held itiii,.ii < hi! lren*s theatre part\ .ii Junior High S< hool i wit presented. Oi red childrei wen ini.om !'i>' l) inbar Eh mcnl ..nil Mm %  %  inlit.il> Si .. i %  : i The production was put on by the "Soap Box Theatre young drama students atter Miami-Dade Junior College .nil ralmetto Junior High Proceeds frum the affair, at•, lb) over i. r >" • h neled to tin Lox : ind \ Box the I Se<'. m pi i's ;i nl i> Mn I Breni Chanuka Gift Presented (in Wednesday, Ink .m It rith Girls presented ;> han broidi red Sal bath tablecloth Chanuka gift in T 11 Jewish I for thr Aged a I 1 At a %  UCCtiil>rul new memVor luncheon of the Women's Division of the American Technion Society at the DiLido Hotel last week are (left ght' Mesdames Flora Sinick. who received crwurd for enrolling the most new mem frudy Hamerschlag, life membership chairman; David Pcnve. who gave the invocation; Milton Sirkin. president; Jack Katzman. membership vice president; Nan Cohen, program vice president; and Meyer A. Baskin. president of the South Dade Chapter. STARLIGHT ROOF OINNER-DANCING NIGHTLY TO THE MUSIC Of MAL MALKIN MIS PIANO AND HIS ORCHESTRA featuring SUE LAWTON Superb Continental Dining Vlalt the STARLIGHT LOUNGE for a breathtaking view I ... I No Cover, No K D0K\L the ocean at 48th Street, Miami Beach Reservations Required: JE 2-36C0 %  Mollie Kahaner Sisterhood of Beth Torah Congregation celebrated Jewish Book Month at ts last meeting by exploring "The Wonderful World oi. the Brothers Singer." Shown planning the meeting cue seated (left to right) Mesdames Tames Baruch, Frank Kautl. books, library, and publications chairman; and Mrs. Adrian Kaufman. Standing are Mesdames Stanley Cohen, Abraham Gittelson. and Mr. Abraham J. Gittelson. who review books by I. J. Singer and Isaac Bashevis Singer. Sam Fox. and Ben-Zion Kirschenbaum. Not pictured is Mrs. Manny Marcus. RING IN THE Sunshine Chapter Card Party Here Next Tuesday A luncheon arid card party will &V hell Tuesday noon. Jan 4 .it Washington Kedi-ral. &f NE l7Ui St Sponsorina UK luncheon are the iwmsj members of Sunshine Chapter. B nai B'rtlh, in celebraD< anniversaries or birthdays Mrs Alfred Mandel, Mrs Morris Bernstein, Mrs lljrr> Nudetman, Mrs .iii"mi Meisner, and Mrs. Mark Stern MiJack Hoffman, chairman, will be In charge of reservations. Chanuka supper and party bald by the chapter on Sunday at the Surfside Community Center wj-. Chaired by Mrs -lack Dresner is listed by ticket chairman. Mrs Samuel Rabson, president. Mrs. Frank Burn, and the committee members Mrs Morris Wilson. Mrs M i ns Bernstein, Mrs Milton Weinhere. Mrs .lack Cioldbert. Mrs Harry ROSS MrBeatrice Wittier. An llenj Henen, Mrs Benjamin Miller, Mrs \aioii Abreben, Mrs Rett) Grossman, Mrs Aided Man lei, Mrs Rebecca Sllverman, Mrs Mark St< rn, Mrs. Ann Better Mrs, Thomas D. Friedman was in charge of publicity l**'-^ STARLIGHT ROOF MUSIC. DANCING. NOISE MAKERS. DINNER CHAMPAGNE. WHISKEY. WINE 10 PM to 3 AM BISCAYNE TERRACE lakes Pleasure n Presenting IRVING PIETRACK and is Famous Orckestu COMPLETE SEVEN COURSE SUMPTUOUS DINNER ALL FOR s .").95 can miss sMiatfr roe. ICSVATIONS One Frt# Hi|h tall I One Cla% •< ChamM|M • DM L J.I BISCAYNE TERRACE XOInc I .r fl HJI1 5I KL IIATI'IIKO SPANISH RESTAURANT Specialty of" tht Hoote "FAEUA VAtENCIANA" OPEN HAM Til 10 P M. DAILY MM N.W. 7th STREET, MIAMI Phon. NE 3-949* CAFE FRANCA1S RESTAURANT AND BLACKAMOOR LOUNGE ...the ultimate in dining experience... Internationa] cuisine in an atmosphere of traditional elegance.. m oderately priced Dinners, Luncheons, Sunday Buffet We Cater To Private Parties And Receptions I rcf \alcl Parking ai'bou r 10 ouse SOUl it 278 COLLINS \TKMI IN BAL HARBOl'R For Reaervai* le 8*5-2382



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r— -i f.Mniit ncrkMnn Friday. December H. 1995 ... ^Mbout f^coplc and pu Gables Officials Greet New Rabbi Fco. aces • • • THE FIFTEENTH ONE IVIla ami Max \|>plcbaum no* have -irandchild No 15 Lisa Jill is the newest addition to the family <>( Dr and Mn Bernard Mareie) Ap nlehaum Sister I aura welcomed the new baby with open armIn between running to sec the tab) Delia 1working like a Trojan furnishing their new apartment in Sea toast South WOMEN IN POLITICS Centerpiece* of red. while and blue flowers. !i_htcd red candles and little brown paper don kieset the tone for the lir>t installation lunch the Adlai Stevenson DemiH-ratic Women club Sophia t the day. who ia expecting a Joseph or a Jody any minute, snared Judce Milton Friedman, who was attending the Footlt^htcr-i luncheon to -in;; -v: erica !•> Mrs i ouia Glassei the Den president was delighted with her offithe luncheon and the turnout S( Mrs Dale S I Miller, who wa* panonal repre >-ntati\e to lady Hud during the President John -.1:. caanaangn, insists thai Washington is a woaa world Included among the women attending the luncheon were MrMeyer Brilliant. MrDa vui Bolton, Mrs Albert Dubbin. Mrs %  ufent Weiss \!:KUiot Roose\elt Mrs. Austin Burke. Ilrs Hendrife Bern-. Mrs Claude ppcr Mr< Ir\ir^ Ooopennaii. Mr.Iocph ljpfcr. Mrs. Jo-eph Shaw mut Mrs. Benjamin Uladuin. Mrs. Lou 1Rogovin, Mrs Andre Biaknki, MrDaniel Seal Uellei and MrBen Hammerman OUR FATHER THE INDIAN Charles. Alan and F.liot Treister didn't know whether to greet their father. Kenneth Treister. with a war w hoop when he came home weannc his new Indian shirt or simply to congratulate him atheir mother. Helyne. did Kenny was 111st made a member of Iron Arrow, honor soci etj at the University of Miami THIS IS YOUR LOVE Annette and Rabbi Merita Kan-on have bean jd 39 years Florence and Fred Bloom and Reyna and Alex Youncerman spearheaded a -in prise dinner party grtea tor them l>> their friends at Hurricane Harbour Gladys, and Key na put on %  -kit. "This is Your Love." ka Mead of This la Your Life." Many oldtime friends, were there, in eluding the man who introduced them. Herbert Kohaer Beatrice Mrs Morton) Sickles, with whom Annette had gone to camp when they were nine as well as Harriet MrSol Wenrich. with whom -he look rf firing lessons Everyone had some -,i>. including Bea Mrs I M 1 Wein Stein, who rented Shakespeare ia a more riiodvrn version and Mina Mrs Sam Stone, who presented the Kan.-ons with a color television from her friends and children. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ft linger and Mr and Mrs. Albert Hus* were there. awell ..(ai!> 11 and Jesse Hose, who have just rd into their new apartment ID Sea Coast TownSouth With them were Mr. and Mn David Levey, "ho have recently moved here from California It was in California that they had met the Ran-onFranc** LeHmjn Branches Hold Varied Programs Workmen's Circle Branch 6*02 held installation of new officers; on Sunday. 7 p.m Ttr Branch 1the oldest in C.poater Miami of the national f.-aternai organnution. currently cciobntinji iu U5th year Max <;fcrtberman. secretary of toe So t i them District of Workman's Circle, was installing offi n r Itfficcm for 1966 are Harry .vl.uldiner. financial secr e tar y; PARTY MKDS Punch Bowls Glassware Dishes Silverware Tables Chairs ot; MI %  %  a if > lnim t %  M • ra ONE CALL RENTS IT ALL COMPLETE REKTaL SERVICE CALL SSO-333T lbutidRait-Qtl\ .a—ns 1111 1 %  '—*—* • 700 s. owta MWV. I Mil* S • D#-l • U.S. 1 Arthur GeBer, treasarer; Martin Stein, recording secretary. Isidor Cohen, corresponding secretary • and Max Zimmerman, hospitaler Executive board are Sol Block. Sidney Borrnstein, Mrs Sarah Gold. Mr. and Mr*. Saro Levine. I R levine Mrs Anna Richter Nathan RosenfeM. Hynian Simon and Mrs Morris Tuhler. Lyceum Committee are Sol Block Arthur Oiler. Mrs Sarah t.oid. Martin Stein. Abe Mai. nko Sidney Borenstein. Max Zimmerman. Mrs M Tiahler Finance Committee are Martin .. Abraham Morris, and SU m-y Borensteifl Martin Stein and Isidor Cohen are in charge of publicity Harry Sehuldiner. Arthur Geller. Mrs Sarah Cold. MrSam Levine %  nd Max Zimmerman are mem hers of the BmergestCJ committee. Representatives to other comnilttWI are Arthur Geller, Isidor Cohen and Sam Levine, coordinatini;. Uidore Cohen Arthur (idler Mrs. Anna Richter and Nathan Kosenfeid. who will represent the branch on the I I. l'ereti Work men's Circle School Board: and Isidor Cohen, Arthur Geller. Sam Levine, Hyman Btaaoa and Max Zimmennan. Greater Miami ( emetery Department Committee JhjL SQAL in* dColLdaif. (Dscoh! OUTSTANDING DECORATIONS PRETTIEST PfeA2tI9 IN TOWN I RESH FLOWER ARRANGEMENTS BEST OF ALL, THEY COST NO MORE! A9-Olt52 Ft. Loud 371-7391 '1 Rabbi Maxwell Berber was hon ored at a reception at Temple Zamora last week The program wi 1 cocoina Rabbi and MrBerfar to the community was held in the sanctuary and followed by the reception in the social hall Master of ce remoni es was Tom pie president, Alnslee R Ferduinvocation wapresented by Rabhi Daniel M I.ow\ 0l Temple Si nai of North Hade Cantor Ban Dick son presented a musical greeting Count j Commissioner Lewis WMtWOrth welcomed Rabbi Ber gCf >n lie ha If of the County Com mission Conuniaaioner and former Mayor "f Coral Gables Joseph Murphj presented Rahhi Berger with the Kej to lbs Citj Mrs Eve 1 Murphy, wife <>f ths conuniaaioa er. pre-ented a miniature kev to MiBerger Commissioner Wil ham chapman, of Coral Gables also extended welcome Rabbi Ralph lilivman of Temple Beth Tot W1S featured in remarks MrJean F-kreipresident of the Sisterhood, welcomed Rabbi and Mrs. Berger Col Harold Shunian. second vice president of the Temple, led the PledRc of Allegiance Stanley Silvern fir-t vice areatdent. formally introdiict-d Kabbi Bargee Doors to the Ark were opened! %  by Arthur Deutsch. immediate pastj president of the Temple, and Sid-' ney I'alnvr. immediate psst presi -i dent of the State B'nai B'nth IXXIRCS Among those paitJl the arranKement con MiLeak Mantes, Mi kiei-. 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Pac* 8-B n Jill j iH Hrrkikiri WOMAN OF THE WEEK Judy Krensky was born in Chicago A cute youngster. %  be was always doing what she wasn't supposed to F.ven as a child, she used her hands creatively — to knit, to sew and to paint She moved to Miami Beach with her parents. Inez and Lou Kr*nsk>. and brother and sister. Herbert and Marilyn At Miami Beach High School, she sang in the a cappella choir and played in the band, performing on all of the percussion instruments However, she never practiced at home because, she explained, it would have driven her father crazy. Judy went to Sophie Newcomb College in New Orleans, where she sang in the choir and became an ardent Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority girl Then back she came to the University of Miami, where she met her future husband. Thomas Gerard, who was in the air-conditioning business Judy says she knew enough about his work to put into a thimble Now. after eleven yc;iishe knows enough to put into two thimbles Judy loves her home She real 1> IN a homebody — but not the kind who goes around looking for dust or who never leave.s the shel tering walls of her home She is forever redecorating or adding Might now. the latest addition i:\ sunken bathtub Judy's dozens of hobbies are mostly crafts She is currently hooking a rug. making a needle point pillow, and doing embroidery for a hanging for the wall The embroidery, incidentally, is not the kind that comes in a kit. Judy designs it herself Judy is not a PTA'er. even though the Gerard* have two sons. Jamie and Johnny, who are the light of their hve Judy is a member of trie Temple Beth Sholom Thes pian> She can put over a song wonderfully She has worked with Combined Jewish Appeal for many years, be inn a member of the CJA traveling troupe last year, she directed the script that the Young Women's Division staged. The Gerards live a completely relaxed life Judy con siders herself a good cook, and makes a wonderful brisket. using red wine and dill She and Tommy go skin diving Judv feels it is most relaxing, looking at the heavenlv blue and coral under the water, with not a telephone in sight The children also skin due. using the snorkle and the mask, but the elder Gerards are going to start with the lung soon The Gerardl take all kinds of jaunts and weekends, where they swim and skin-dive to their hearts' content Jamaica is one of their favorite places. They also like to read anything from dune novels in Shakespeare, watch television, and are ardent moviegoers. Judv considers cards frivolous l>ecause their are M many other exciting things to do. In fact, she bubbles over with enthusiasm in whatever she does Her eves shine, and she iws as she talks about her family Judy is outspoken and says what she thinks. bu1 never in a way to hurt an> one Kindness, which sometimes uets lost in this younger generation, is one of Judv s outstanding traits IV. PNtNE AM CMARCE IT "Jloiuk't JJUU 7utd Tidu BONDED. PERFECT DELIVERY GUARANTEED i riAftS or oimo*in atavict COMPilltlvi PIC UMI1I • MU ItkCM tttllll HtmsMin % {The Exotic (Sarftrna IM 1—1 U >' MuLy £riJe, Q•( Phi Delta Phi. legal fraternity Robbins Markowili The Dcauvillc Hotel was tbe art ting for the nuptials uniting the former Susan Dee Maikowit/ ami Gary Mark Bobbins on Saturday evening. Dec 18 Habbi Max Lip IChitl officiated, and the cere mony was followed b) i reception at the hotel Parents of tinnewlyweda are Mr and Mrs Martin Ifarkowitl 278 NW 1 With St. and Mis Kutli Bobbins 7441 Wayne Ave Honor attendants t 0 the bride were Mrs Svlvia Flexsei and Gayle Robbins Milton Hevsei MIVC.1 ... Ix-st man : : 9 Cleaning • Laundry "^ Storage 1201 20th Street JE 8-6104 Miami Beach g#fN 7 A.M. %  9 P.M. Smmt ••? Service Never An f firm Cfc.rft MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT BOB NOVACK ORCHESTRAS MSOU rf SOCCMJ or ITC0MNCS • B4t aUT/VANI AMD All SOCIAL nmCTIOMS Orchestras Tnov Accordionists UN 6-5434 DOMESTIC MAIDS RESTAURANT I MOTEL HELP A-l EMPLOYMENT Ph FR 9-8401 1% r.'rrr-K*hn KHl TASKIMrCS Mrs GAIT rossivs On their return Irorn • wedding trip t" Jamaica the couple will live In the north, wh-re the b n is -. :. mg In the 'loasl Guard 11. Miami Dads Jut,i Mrs Robbil is a graduate ol North Miami SeniM ii. Eh aVCNAU lAIAtb, Mftrnstein Pforrfor Patti Lee baler, Mr and Mrs Saw K, • St and Alan Kdw.v exchanged vows or. Sat 18 The groom is son Mrs John Wen. SW 24th St Rabbi I Kantux. B{ld< eluded Lo i I Gfl Schoffrnan, Botuio SJ* Prohman and Ma: u Continued oKfollowmo t r ..-' % %  4* $*>95 2 p BEN'S RENTALS 1451 w. rtASiie n 3 Thrn' ix" a dlfl>r*nr' in iliiwcrs it -if omr*! BLOSSOM SHOP 1616 Washington Ave. Miami fMerceattl* M1i—I %  •>* OmiUimfl Bei CALL SYLVIA MILSEN JE 2-3231 FREE DELIVERY ALL GREATER MIAMI %  --I cAWelcomed Sift... I <^7 jreasureaxossessum piurooAPiif poant/UTS Omt Mew tecf#* tM ArSber Sedm 14J SAiewi Beexh TeleaM K MW ft mmi $J4 5J0 % 



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Friday. December 24. 1965 fJeniif-Ikiill -I Page 9-B >W Continued from Preceding Poqe Andi Beth Budf Florutc and graduated from the University of Miami School of Business HU bride ia a graduate of Miami Beach High, attended Stephens Collete .n Columbia Mo. and will receive a degree from the L'niver sity of Miami School of Education In August. • • • Godwin • Beyer The late Saturday evening wedding unrtrnc Carol Ann Beyer and Donald C Godwin on Dec 18 was CenducU-d by Rabbi Max I.ipschitz Held at Beth Torah Congregation. the cearmony was followed by a reeepdon mere. nil fid' i of Mr and Mrs Harry W. %  Beyer. 19720 NE 12th Ave. f tkt briu elected a Bianchi crea Unaoi peau de soi with lace and I Lebediker Branch cfcw ? >*" Meeting Fete on Sundav ama Un "^'^ ^•• ik,n %  • ** % %  %  %  • % %  y r „ up „ f North Miami Beach, met lebediker Branch of Farband on Tuesdej at Temple Ner Tamid will eelebrate Chanuka with a muDiscussion followed a talk on "The -iial festiTaJ "ii Sunday, 8 p.m., rHanninn ol chanuka to Our Genit Washington Federal, 1234 Washasatian" b> Jacob Spillman %  n Ave. — i'rot Andre Bialolenki will chair Beth RaphGCi Men's Elections the evening, assisted i>> El) Malm. wee president. Solomon I'arness, secretary, and Oscar Shapiro, en nment chairman M* %  Affacluner has been ,. ._. % %  %  ...Ielected pres'd-nt of the Men s Hub Artists who will perform include Michl Gibson aud lanns GUm, ^^ ^ ^ Ben soprano Iris Lane, accompanied e-, ,. „ ,,,„ 1^-in.stock. Vice president. Sam DV Ksther Barrett, and Ix>ttie „ _„„ u I ohen. treasurer: Jacob Berger, raures, .lemsh comedienne. Ben „i <•..., financial secretary. Cornell, music director, and tan_. ,,;„„„,_,„ ,, .. _J..„. Elected to the board of directors (or .Joseph Horowitz will conduct, .. ,. r --.„K .. .... _.. were Joseph Lew. Nathan Gi'ch. the Chapuka candle ceremony. • S^rmion Parneas is charge ol resen atiooi. \\>rnT-Katin M$. A t AM mmsjirn ', 4* pearls, and carried a cascade ar rangemvr.t of uhalanopsis and orchids Setvirtf" as matron of honor was Mrs. Harry Brooks Suzanne Stern was Qowtr girl, and Hal Bruce stern, rin? bearer Botit n,an was Bai end Timmer, man. and unbars included Robert Reeves Edward Talley and Harry Brook' The bridegroom is the son of Ifrk Herbert Lazarus and Mr Bob | Godwin A graduate of llialeah Senior High, he attended the t'ni versity of Miami and is a chef Hit bride attended Miami Nor land Set.ior High and is a member of Junior JWV Auxiliary i oupl s future home will be Normandy Isle. • fogel Homier The frrmer Martha Carole Horn ler. daughter of Mr and Mrs. Max Homier. 18071 N\V 9\h (t was jL married on Sunday evening. Dec *jj 05, at "the Diplorrtat Country Club,J to l^iwreace ,J Fogel. son of Mr. and Mr; Joseph Fogel. 6345 SW 30|h St. A reception and dinner followed the double ring ceremony The Ttride wore a whiti' silk em pire gown appliqued with alencon lace and seed pearls and styled with a inapel tram A veil of silk ilrusiOr) vca* attached to the floor length mantilla of Belgium lace Strsar Homier served as her sis trr"s maid of honor, and the bride £room t brother was his best man Mr } cgel. a senior at the l'niver -vrre-of Miami School of Medicine. is a member of Phi Delta Bpsiloo, medical fraterhitv He also belongs to Alpha Efclor. Pi social fratern ,na of ( am P *•*• U>. Alpha Epsilon Delta, pre med Camp Judaea, located in the ical bonerary. Beta Beta Beta, sci f,| U e Ridge Mountains at Henderence honorary, and was on the sonvihV N C, to sponsored by the Dean"* fjsf while an andergraduSoutheastern, Southern and Kloriaic student. da Regions of Hadasah ami the New Mm Fogler. who was a Southeastern Region of the Zionist stewardess, vutii National Airlines Organisation of America prior to her marriage, aton at „_M1 l>rop ,. r v ,. equally tended the Cn.vers.tv of Miami d >|ded between level farmland, and is affiliated with Delta Phi Kp ... ,, rih iril> >n thiaa. side Community Center ReservaThe'Temple board of director* tions chairman, was Mrs. Dresner, Sunshine Chapter Festival Supper Jack Proeeds will be u.sed for the manv philanthropaes and senriees and Dr Sanford DarryI Schwartz lr f B"nai B'rith. with lodges and were held in the home of the chapters throughout the world, bride's parents. Mr and Mrs Louis Serving on the committee, were Pommer. 7220 W. Plantation BKd Mesdames Samuel Rahaon, PresiMiramar, F"la Mrs Schwartz is al so the daughter of the late Roy B Berk. Rabbi Irwin Cu'ler offici"ted at the Saturday evening, Dec II nuptials Attended by the bridegroom's iwets ever\ first Thursday of th^ mouth. Regular meetings are hel< every third Thursday. B'nai Raphael Brunch Sunday sister. Mrs Ronald l-nrinn. the and Ann Better dent Frank Burg. Milton WornCollege students will have a dis* berg, Jack Goldberg. Harry BOAS, cussion brunch with Rabbi Harold Morns Wilson. Beatrice Witner. Bicbter. of Congregation B'nai Robert Baumoui. Henry Henen. Raphael on Sunday Topic will be Benjamin Miller. Aaron Abraben. Jewish Youth in College." I'.tet> Grossman, Alird Mandel. Also on Sunday. Tallis and Tetil Rebecca Silverman. Mark Stern lm club prayerjjreaklast followed. Mrs Thomas D Fnedman is ID charge of publicity. ZOA Cavalcade Of Stars Slated South Florida Districts of the mm. DCMAID GODWIN Camp Judaea Buys More Land The decision to exercise Camp Judaea option to purchase an ..d.iitional so acres of land adjoining the present camp facili ties has been announced by Mrs. harles Weiner, of Atlanta, chairbride chose a light candlelight silk linen frock styled with an o.gandy overblows Son ot Mi and Mrs. William Schwartz. 1922 SW 18th St.. the bndegroom had Dr. Ronald Lor ing for best man Resident at Mount Sinai Hospital. Dr Schwartz graduated Phi Beta Kappa from | Zionists Organization of America Johns Hopkins University, and will sponsor their annual ("avalfrom its medical school He is a cade of Israel Stars at the Miami member of Delta Phi Alpha. Ger Beach Auditorium on Saturday eve man honorary. Psi (hi. psychology rung. Feb 26. according to Albert honorary. l>ebating Society. Band, E Ossip. chairman of the ZOA and Phi Beta Pi. medical fraternPresident's Council ity The cavalcade will bring to MiHis bride attended the l'niver ami Beach for a one evening persity of Miami and is a member of formance entertainers of Israel in a program of popular, classical. Is raeli and Yiddish entertainment Entire proceeds of the popular priced conceit are earmarked for the local youth work of the ZOA scholarships to Camp Judaea, maintained by the ZOA and Ha dassah. in Hendersonville, N.C., and for scholarships to Camp Tel Yehuda, maintained by the National Zionist Youth Commission in Barryville, N Y by a game of touch football. 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age 10-B KJMtf fkridfeun Friday. December 24, 1965 >er I imported French rut velvet had it> MT iiKitchini: jacket, and a wide hand ol ermine at (he hem T HE Sam Unmans have just re turned f %  on: a tour thrmmli Prance. Italy. Spain, and Portugal Her gOWB was one she hrotujht bach from their vacatmn. and ttl in beige chiffon encrusted with silver-lined huple heads, pearlised aeqaina, rhinetones and tmd pi-ail.s Mrs || B Morris chose white peau de >oie with a jeweled MuttM empire bodice, and a jeweled fi>.ci on her matching coat Mrs Hancj Salomon mad-haf lime green knit gown and em broulered the Baed pearland crystal! on both the dress and coal A collar of crystal teardrops iraa the dominant feature of her coat Mrs Huby Blacker s beige Alaskan silk ensemble featured ,i and told, ombre turquoite flowers and pearl and r hi nest MM embroidery and was a H.ilnwin I in inal Fla. State Theatres Plan New Facility Highlighting one of the beautifully deoerated tables at Mount Sinai's fifth annual Jubilee Ball at the Fontainebleau Hotel was host. Paul Faske (seated left), with his sDecial quests Gov. and Mrs. Haydon Burns, Mrs. Faske. and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rouse. Standing (left to right) are Mr. and Mrs. Gene Garfaeld and Mr. and Mr*. Joe Chapman. Rouse, Gariield and Chapman are legal aides to Gov. Burns. % HE : last | :;., I bk 8U ll" I %  •' %  %  <4j( cocktail S man • her husband, in a strap!) ( M %  >., %  ed tatii gown Dtif with : and silver I nd satin each hip ol Mount SU si • | c inard I. Abess, M wide encircling bands ol pink and cream with dlver-lim in narroa rows from the top I" the bottom of her gown Silk Alaskan fabric in raidnight blue was worn by fttn Max OrovMa, whose husband is chairman of the board. Her skirt feaCHANUKA GREETINGS TO ALL AlKI.I.MvS KOT-.i-IAR Ph 634-8585 2699 N.W. 42 AVE. TO 4U ctinmcs BAKER PHARMACY PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS Phone TU 8-9963 400 PAJ/4 AVENWE HIALEAH FLORIDA "f the modified I I Mrs Haj li • I a raj their pa uests ol the Paul Faskes Mrs Bu ns cl •:i skirl wiii sn tills lace over white which i • %  ted the important silver effect Black crepe was worn b) Mrs Frederick Rouse He* em pire lace bodies was embroidered with jet (equinj Wife ol Gen Hums legal aide Mrs Joe < hapman, was m %  three-piece petal pink silk crepe with %  sequined ovei blouac tj^lFE of the attorney for the !" State Board of Education. Miliene (larfield. sl cted an ice hlue Alaskan silk with a bateau neckline The back of her Kown was draped asymetrically and caught on one side in a how. Their hostess. Mrs Faske. was la a champagne peau de aoia with tourmaline mink cuffs on bar matching coat The pace of the strictly formal evening moved to an even more elesant tempo when the Kuests went into the grand ballroom, i ascading flower baskets, strolling musicians, and the magnificent decor contributed to the ball's sucess Among the many guests was Mrs H Coleman Kra mer in an iridescent gold and turquoise brocade in the A line silhouette Mrs Basil Meatier s grey flarmel skirt was topped with a white, cowled neckline jersey bodice Black sheer wool with plunging decolletage in both front tnd back as worn bj Mrs Richard Fink Mrs Willi \\ eintraub peacot k hlue silk ffon was studded with caviar and bugle I*-.' lu|RS Leo Levin's (;<>>. red -ilk %  chiffon featured the shoulder treatment with a w jeweled band down i of the shoulder drape white bro cade with .i jeweled jacket was M She I silk i hiffi n aith a • \. %  Mrs ., Ia< • bodu e and hiffoi kirt Ice blue peau de h a chif bodice embroidered with sd \er beads and crystal leai drops M Max I 'oben hoici t"i the evening Mrs Sanl Kni white silk cie|H lud the fluffy maribou tcatlniacross the bateau neckline and around her hemline. Ice blue organta over rev velvet, and steal beads embroidered into a floral motif, was the unxpie combination worn bj Mrs Samuel I'oiiock A matching coal In lea blue satin completed her ensemble. Mrs. Harry Nathenson's shell pink gown was encrusted with pearls and sequins Mrs Jacob Sher's porcelain hlue chiffon was a Paris original with hand embroidered detailing down the front of her gown Ice blue silk with caviar beads and crystals embroidered around the decollete neckline was worn by Mrs Sidney Ansin School Board member, Mrs \n na Brenner Meyers, seleeted a royal blue lace over satin with iridescent bugle beads in an over all embroidered pattern. Mrs I.ouis Wolfson's white silk gown and matching coat were both trimmed with crystal beads across the bodice. Mrs. David Ponve's gown obtained its mystifying color by taking the silver blue imported net. embroidering it with crystals and caviar beads, and placing It over pink. blue, and grey. White satin with a black velvet bodice and velvet ruffled cape was worn by Mrs. Max Bauer. Mrs. Ix>uis GlasFloiida State Theatres this week announced plans to build a new. modern theatre on Sunny Isles ( %  a—nnn. 3rd 9P *"~ • Marry Botwick. southeastern iistrict manager of Florida State Theatres stated that his company is now completing plans for a twin auditorium, tingle lobbv theatre which will he one of the most beautiful and advanced theatres for the showing of motion pic tures m the country Con stru e tion will atari earl] an ISM, with completion and OpaadSJi scheduled fOI June of this rnming year in lime for the summer aeaaot) Plans for the theatre, which are beinfj drawn by Robert E. Collins, A I A include in addition to a building in tnue with tropical Florida, projection equipment in every form, from 35 mm to Cinerama. 70 mm and Todd-AO. II l elic. stereo and %  >; ttcal sj %  cms from Is rhe twin tana will each have I'm.,' featuring; angle clear, definitive pictan l to specifications established bj Social) of Motion P eers In addition to the sound, mod ern type lamp houses will furnish clear white light with a recently discovered process providing clan ty and the ability to translate color from film on the screen as ha* never been done before according to liotu Ick Each theatre will be .ndepen lentlv air-conditioned, with the lob by, patio and walk space complete iv isolated to provide soand-free audltorlumi at all times H.IVW...M1 \S akefield rockint chau satv. wbuh were developed and first used l>> Flonda State rheaties, will !*• installed **> that ever) seal will he wide with 42>in room, Botwick said Parking for over 500 cars, immediately in front and by the tide of the theatre, ft being planned in a brightly lighted and landscaped art*. The theatre location will ba oai 163rd SI direct;> oaaaoafhi lha Iranca t-> Interama Itlocation in the I • .I M( Mortfl Mlai will provide the residents ol II) grow ii area, with a U • q pped t" service them with the ultimata in motion picttin tertainment," Botwick nbfeo BEST WISHES TOR CHANUKA Bridges Welding & Iron Works Sfeel Fabrication Ornamental Iron New Boat Trailers and Repairs Z. S. Bridges NOW AT 1066 E. 24th STREET HIALEAH Ph. 696-4802 CHANUKA GtTEETINGS HENRY'S AUTO & TRUCK MAYS 2038 N.W. 27rh Ave. HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL New Location-FIELD HOUSE Sporting Goods 5722 BIRD RD Complete Line of Sport Goods CHANUKA GREETINGS TO ALL UNITED SHOE REPAIR 1627 EUCLID AVE., MIAMI BEACH Phone 538-5303 CHANUKA GREETINGS SHENANDOAH CANDIES.. INC. 514 S.W. 22nd AVENUE Manufacturers of Candies and Fine Chocolates Phone 446-0831 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA ALLIED STEEL PRODUCTS 7800 NW 37th AVENUE Miami, Florida CHANUKA GREETINGS TO ALL "CHAM'S OTHEH PLACE" MfaWmST 1MICN aaVaaW FLAGLM ST. 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Friday. December 24. 1965 +M*i$ti Ik i tii tri Page 1 IE Jfyar JHitzvalt Michael Pollack Michael. >nn of Mr. and Mrs 'hillip Pollack, of South Miami. ill ol>serve his Bar Mitzvah on itunlav morning. Dec. 2"). :i Kpempli' /ion [* Mu-tiacl. an eighth erade Riodrnt at Glades Junior High, is in• •enst.'.i in stamp and coin-collecting! .nil photography. Kuidu^li ~ | ion sored by Ihe Pollacks mil be held after the si-rv ices, ami a reception ;uit| dinner at the l)oral ountr\ Club in honor Of th< celebrant. • • Steven Lethtni-r Vfcwn Scott, ion "f Mr and Mrs llarn l-ochtner, 441-62nd St fail I* come Bar MiUvah on Sat urriay. Dec 25. at Temple KmsnuJEL Steven is in the eighth grade at tha Hebrew \< ademy lie iinterested in dancing and water sport*. The celebrant will be honored at a rreeption Sunday at hishome Mr. and Mrs David Olehansk] of Miami Reach. Steven %  .:raiidpirents, will attend Ronald Greanbarg Ronald Edwin, son of Mr anal Mis. I arles M Greenber?. 4485 Naotihis Dr.. will celebrate Ins Bar Mtttvah on Saturday, Dec 25 at Tejpple l-a.ie! An eighth grader at Ida M. Fisher Junior llih, the celebrant plays tvbe in the advanced and dance beads and was an award winner In ahe iycj south Honda scieaee PeaPi A member of the National ~ %  HaQe Association, he is active in 0 0 —1 and national markkiuanship jBWtches ^Ba grandparents Mrs. Lillian Greenberg and F.phraim Kanu-ill l>e present to help Roncelebrate at a reception and lajpchon to be held at the Duoont {Plaza Hotel following services. Jeffrey Zirn On Saturday. Dec. 25. Jeffrey rl. son of Mr and Mrs Lawice Zirn, will become Bar atitxat Temple Sinai of North Je Service! will be held at the Ihington Federal Auditorium. tffrey, an eighth trade student Temple Sinai Religious School at John F. Kennedy Junior [h. is an all-an>und athlete. He received trophiei fur playing the Optimista Islanders Basket|\ .mi. and excclls in baseball, imming and water skiine. His hobby is record-collecting nd pla>ing the guitar. Grandparents will include Mr d Mrs Edward 1 Fddman, Bos and Mr. and Mrs. A H Z:rn. iklyn. Af Y • • • Janet Wallman Janet, daughter of Dr, and Mrs panley Wallman. 1215 i lev eland 11 will become Bas MiUvah on F iday eveniag, Dec. 24. at Ternf)• t Menorab. The celebrant is in the Bonald Ctttnbcrq Jeffrey Zirn %  lanet Wallman Mark Shonfiii I L'tade at Nautilus Junior High and ptaya flute in the advanced band. Among hobbies are tennis and piano. A reception for Janet will be held at Town Hall of Surfside. Grandmother!, Mrs Fannie Mi*chin and Mrs Ethel Wallman, Mill attend. a e a Mark Shantii* EaVljt morning services nt Beth Torah Congregation m Saturday, Dec 2."> will Inchlti I ii i;..i MiUvah of Mark David %  •• rf Mr a d Mrs Gabriel Sham ia, 1231 NE 175th St. In the eighth grade at John F Kennedy Junior High. th > i brant's hobbies n 'lud %  wrestling and handraftsmanship, New a student In the Beth Torah Harold Wolk Re'ixiou* S( hnol, Mark taill attend Hi bn High n t year. He is an active 1 SY member and led services for ttadent congregation at temple during the high holy davs Mr and Mrs StUHltZis will honor their son at a party for his friends in their home on Sunday evening Grandparents attending the ceremony are Mr and Mrs. l.i dore Shantzis of Miami Beach. Michael Kreuter Michael Alexander. BOD "f Mr and Mrs William Kreuter. 17929 ME 7th Ct, will become Bar Mitzvah at Young Israel of Greater Miami on Saturday morning. Dec. 28. Michael is an eighth grade student at the Miami Hebrew Academy. Hobbies are swimming and ;> aying the clarinet llis grandmother, Mrs Pauline Kreuter, will be here from New ^ ork tor the celebration. A party given !>> his parents in honor of the celebrant. \ ill be held at the Royal Hungarian Restaurant on Miami Beach. Robert Poien Robert Charles, son d Mi and Mrs Sidney 1'o/cn. llll'll So AI hambra Circle, Coral Gables, 'ill liecome Bar Mitzvah at Saturdaj services, Dec 25. at IMli payid regsYlfdri Robert is an ighth {rade student at Shenandoah Junior High, and has been attendtasj Beth David Religious School for the past -i\ years Robert plays Bute in the school band Hobbies include stamp an I i in i oDectin f, bowling and golf Mrs Bertha Helfman Robert's grandmother, w ll attend the i 11 ices Marti Harris Marti Ann, daughter "f Mr nd Mrs Elliott Hams 4420 K Palm Ave will become Baa slits vah on Saturdaj Dei 25, ,.t Tern pie Emanu-El. Haiti is m the ei -11111 grade at Nautilus Junior Hijih and is in the accelerated mathematics pro gram. Her interests include art and playing the flute. The celebrant will be honored at a luncheon, following services, at the DiLido Hotel. Mr. and Mrs Jack Fox. of Miami Beach, and Mrs Guseie Harris, of Philadelphia. Martis grandparents. will attend the event. a • Gary Burman Early morning services at Beth MONTMARTE HOTEL 4775 COLLINS AVENUE Phone JE 21731 CHANUKA GREETINGS TO ALL TOUN MANUFACTURING CORP. 3729 NW 80th STREET OX 1-1213 Lerner and Eisenberg Families CHANUKA GREETINGS For the Finest m Men's Hairstylmg Bond Si reel Barber Shop DAVID ROSE Bitcayne Terrace Hotel 334 BiSCAYNE BLVD. 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Cantor Associates, Inc. 1451 N BAYSHOftt DRIVE Phone Ft 4-9081 Michael Kreuttr Kobcrl Poicn Marti Horn's Cory Burman i a .ili Congregation i n Satut Dec 25, will include the l''.<\ Mitz \ah of i,.ii \ son of Mr and Mi linn.Iri Burman. 1508 N\v 181 si St 'I he celebrant is an honoi ei I in the eighth grade ;*t Park taj Junior High, where hi is ,i mi mber ol the Studetrl < oun Hi' served as \mdent >>i his !< men tan school and belongs i" rhf Haddonfield, N. .' ami Mr and Mrs Samuel Ber >tein. Hi Philadelphia, Pi Steven Doch Steven Robert, son of Mr and \iiNorman Doch. will become Car Mitzvah at the morning serv* ice; Sal Die 25, at Temple A< Yeshurun Steven iin Ihe eighth '-'rade it Norland Junior High He playn ihe drum in the school band. !!• Favorite sport is baskel all an • \ is collecting coins and buik mo el c ars for whu h he ha • won a number of prin FoUov in.; sort ices, Mr. and Mi • Dneh w ill give a reception In ho if their "ii Martin Elkind Martin, son Of Mr and Mrs He • Elkind. 13R.TO NE sth Avi w ill become Bar Mitzvah on Sa ijr, Dec 25, at Beth Most Congregation An Oneg Shabbal in Martii Continued on Page 13 B Happy Holidays DADO'S STUDIO OF BEAUTY THE LATEST HAIR STYLES 5820 SUNSET DRIVE Ph. 665-2111 To All Greetings FRED and JOE LANGMEYER ATLAS PRINTING fr OFFSET "JOB PRINTING" 551921 NW 7th AVENUE Ph. 757-4893 GREETINGS TO ALL CHARLES' RESTAURANT (Formerly Edith's Restaurant) GOOD FOOD • GOOD COFFEE CHARLES EMERSON, O-vner 7121 NW. 35th AVENUE OX 1-6911 CHANUKA GREETINGS To All Our Friends and Customers EDWARD DON & CO. 1550 N. 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Page 12-B %  U ** i si tJrrrti^r Friday. December 24. 1365 V. MISS ILLiN IA\S:VKGH Ellen Lansburgh Plans Marriage To Lawyer Here M i 'h I rv %  Dl •'"' net : : n ; •' %  MJ u Hn \i Kv* Miu 1. M ..:. i'.' M h S ioi Hifb HI %  e L'nivers tj ol I i olor M u n < '"' r "' Phi Sen Mr h High School in l5fl pnity oi ; the L'niversitj <•< Mian I!. • i ,; •' N: :h. I niversit) • I %  He %  i • Phi Up) i Delia. I< I is no pn %  \ ; r in •( i | armed. Cohen Synagogue Hebrew Courses %  1' miss FMNcmr MMI Miriam Miller Betrothal Told By Her Parents MYs Milton Miller. 1517 Ray Miami Beach announces the engagement of her daughter. Mi nam. t<> Robert Howard Perlmaa, son of Mr and Mrs Georue Perl man. of Mew York City Miv. Mil let ialso the daughter of the late Milton Miller The future bride attended Miami Beach Senior High School and luated from the Univenit) of Miami SI t is currently ttudjring for a Mastei degree at Columbia I'nni rsit> in New York Citj Mr Perlman attended Bronx High School oi Si d received kii Bacheloi degree from Alfred ; %  iversitj Alfred N Y He now attends law icavool at Cornell I'm sity, Ithaca N Y Mdce, Berger Plan Marriage Mr and Mri arhon Blaki nadt ha> e ••" now red thi emenl 'heir i .,i ii Donna to St. ven Richard Berger soi of Mr and Mrs Jerome J Berger, Miami Beach The proapetive bride and tnxnn • lents at Miami Beach where the> both were activi c National Forensic %  H"th are now urvlcrcraduate -1i dents at the I rmersity of Ala hama Tt.e bride elect, now a sophomore majoring in education, i-. treasurer of Alpha Kpsiion l'hi Soronty. a member of the Pan Hellenic Com: eil, and has been tapped for Triangle, freshman honor soxut> Her fiancee, a junior in prelaw, plans to enter law school in the fall He is pr es ident of Alpha Spat Ion Pi Fraternity, has been nominated for Druids, honor society, The hnde-elect. now a sophomore the University radio station. The engagement will be formally announced at a cocktail party to be held at the Seasons on Dec. 26 Wedd ng date has been s^t for AUK 21, 166 at the Seville Hotel MISS MAKSHA GUSSAMN Miss Glassman, Arhur Sko!nik Eye July Rites Marsha Ljrni e Glassn n Arthur Michael Skolnik will be I Announcement of th. engagement is made bj th< future bride parents. l>r and Mrs Jacob \ Glaanman >'**" s Shore Dr Tlie prospective bride groom la the ion of Mr and Mis Jack skoi II ol ii; [hland Park. Ill Mr and Mrs Henry Hersch, Marsha's grandparents, will honor the betrothed couple at a dinner ir. the Crystal House 00 D< < V* Miss Glasamao and her fiance ; ( r. both students at the Unrveraitj of Illinois and will graduate in June VALE1MTI RESTAURANT Your Hosts Mr. and Mrs. Chas J Valent. M.iitre D' Willy Chef Dave 2nd Chef Tony 1300 N.W. 7th Avo. Chanuka Greetings To All the collector can't do what can Young Judaea Winter Conclave "Israel A Light into the Na tions" will be the theme of the 19th annual winter conclave of the Southern Region of Senior Young Judaea on Dec M to 30 Over 300 Judaeans representing 35 communities throughout the South an expected to attend the convention to be held at U kyll Islai Discussions will explon < I facets of Israel's program or int ma tional coo|>eration. partn„ ulj as it implicates the voting people as Americans and as Jews In addition, the Judaeans will participate in plenary sessions, contests, elec tion of a new Mr and MiM South em Region and other social events Highlight of the four-day affair will be presentation of Shimon Yallon. Consul General of the State ot Israel, to the Judaeans Overall supervision of the con clave will he in the hands of Frank Farbenbloom. regional director. 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Friday. December 24, 1965 *H is/ Ik ri In tr Page 13-B Oar <_ tittzvalt Continued from Page 11-B %  or Ion rvices on %  aj II %  i Kid lush "ii Saturda) in Popeil Social Hall, •• K\ b> Mr and Mrs Elkii d lartin it a student of the Beth no id brew School and atiMiami Junior Huh Jel<'t>r.i"t %  • grandparents, Mr Mrs William Silvermnn, >f Iton. Pa will attend the Bar %  h An opt'ti house v ill IH> hftagf •itur'l.iy evening Richard Kolber Richar Paul Kolber, son of Mr. aad Mi> living Kalman, 760 Wtiner Kichurd Kolber Lenox Ave will observe his Mar Mitzvah on .sattirda> morning, Dec 25, a' Kneseth Israel Conyre ge*km. .Richar' ident at Ma M Fisher Junior Huh His interests include i" •'the \ tola I aad football His hobbies are Ii h ids and hois.hack riding JA raifeption will be held in hia "TifBor at h" %  • the evening Cele brant's B-andmother is Mrs Sail) David Weiner ivid Juseph. son ol Mr Gerald Weiner, 2171 s !ist ., will become Bar Mitzvah .it irday %  rvices. I in 25 at Da\ id %  "oiinrcgation hid i.i sixth grade student VRpnano* .ih .Ii.nioi High and bee n attending Beth David Re'School for the p.ist seven .David idavs clarinet in the liooT concert band, rmin H Marfco, of Miami and Mr and Mrs Irving r, of Hardford, Conn., grandwill attend the services %  Kiddush at the home of Mr, %  Irs Weiner on Saturday. • • • Linda Augamtain Mitzvah ot Linda, daughtei and Mrs Abraham Augen1090 ME 170th Ter v ill be en Frida> evening, i i intiv sen ices at Beth Tn.ih ion la is in the eighth grade at lebrtv Academv. where thi thi -Indent choir, and won s. Ii • last spr I II • %  %  : tors t abbal ghers Mrs, Nettie Augensteln Wendy Robbins i| | Mi I n • %  i : \,. ROOF LEAK? CALL VICTOR r>.\ let us repoir it or apply o new one. For free estimate phone: **-** ACJHB T^ itoorix. *T 635-1952 sj mphony ban i She has been a at I r< %  hool n.r five and is .i c andi late for i %  < I ii Mr and Mis Robbing will boat it e < >neg SI abbal follow ing sen and a re< eption in honor ol the celebranl .Saturday night Ronnie Levine Ronnie Levine will observe her Baa Mitzvah during Friday evening sen HCS. Dec 1>4. at Beth Torah Congregation. In the seveuin grade at John F'. Kenned) Junior High, Konnic is on the Principal's Honor Kill and is Interested in swimming and dancing Mr and Mrs Murray Levine *ill honor their daughter at %  receotion in their home. 2101 N'E l!>7th Ter on Sun laj Donald Pearl On Sunda) morning. Dec. 28, Donald Pearl will observe his Bar Mitzvah at Beth Torah Congn i lion Donald is the son of Mr and Mrs Leonard Pearl, 18H05 NE 21st Ave and grandson of Mr and drs Adolph AdSer and Mrs Dora Pearl The celebrant is an eighth gra le tudent at John F Kennedy Junior High and will be honored .it the Kiddush following services and ;.t tfet reception on Sunda) evenLeslie Eitenberg on Saturday, Dec 2">. Leslie • Mi and Mrs M H ris Eiscnberg, will be Bar Mitzvah al Temple Tifereth Israel ;sii w ill folio .\ the s, n ices in the Social Hall of the Temple Lev., is in the eighth grade at Miami Edison Junior High and is a member of the Science Club, Boy Scout Troupe 222 and is a chartei member of the Young Ju> dean Croup of the Temple \ reception will be given in hotv i "i the celebranl on Sunday evening at the Miscayne Terrace Hotel • • • Joseph Gurinsky Joseph, on of Dr and Mrs. Abraham Gurinaky, of South Miami, will be called to the Torah during Saturday. Dec 25. morn.ng s rvices at Temple Zion. Joseph attends the eighth grade al Palmetto Junior High and is interested in science projects, coincollecting and swimm i The celebranl will be honored With a Kiddush and reception. Michele Pardo Michele N'a line daughter of Mr Mi • Pardo 110 Venetian \\.i\ i:;• o Alto Island, w ill there Is Y\ \ &&} gal ••• Wigon Mtrnatlofial, a IN 000 hostewes. -i than t: rty KM i f, • "• (oster.-. : I in t>. *tsi *"d community Ida. re held Miami Bank Names Pallet Lull. ud A Pallot, a partner in the law firm <>f Pallot. Silver, Pal lot and Stern, has i„ cted to the board of directors of Inter Nail Bank of Miami Pail 't a native Miamian ceived Ins LIB degn e at the Unlversit) of Florida alter service in the Korean W ar He has sim e served as chairman of the Dade ( ount) Fair Practices Committee l!w;:i' and on the Metropolitan Da k I ounty River Advisory Boaid 1963 1064 He is a member of Temple Israel, B i ai B ril h a id thi boai d %  'net ti rs ol the \ nerian .-I Committee as well as the Loyal Order of Moos,. Kings Baj Yachl and Country Club, Tiger Hay Luncheon Club, the Opera Guild and Symphonj Club Mr and Mrs PaMot and their children, Joseph and Melissa, live in South Miami Saturday evening at the Fontainebleau Hotel • • • Michael Freeman On Saturday morning. Dee 25. Michael lay. son of Dr and Mrs Alfred Freeman. 4505 No Merin.in Ave will l>e Bar Mitzvah at Temple Ni r Tamid. Michael is an eighth grade Stu dent at Nautilus Junior High and attends Temple Ner Tamid Reboot Of KKHARD PAU0T Dorah Stein Sisterhood Stein Sisterhood of the Israelite l enter ill have a regular meeting ruesdaj 8 p m., in the s,„ lal Hall \ cake sale will follow Proceeds are for the Religious School gioui school He is a member of the Science Club and an II Boll treasurer of the Home Boom Class Photograi hy is his bobb* Kiddush will follow the service Michael will be honored at a dinner at the Bar., ion.i Hotel on Sunday afternoon Celebranl is the grandson Mr and Mrs jack Orei nbert Miami Beach among lour Temple Nei Tamid, Lorber Chapter New Year's Fete Revealed Here New Yeai I' i affair ibeing ned by the l er i bapter of the Childn n Asthma Research institute and Hospital in Denver ; he newlj '• ted Party Clubhouse at 247 v. .,. Coi al Gables the setting %  %  • i • %  mi mbers i .: friends will ather • the music of Dannj M i and his orchesti 15 a midnighl supper Mrs i leral Kl of the afl i nnounced I proceeds w ili go to the •. nil I rescue haven. \; w irk to ii s ire a evening of and entertainment is the planning con hich i Mrs Charles Garber co-chairman; Mrs .Lick Baum, reservati Mrs Sidne) Hai i M i Morgan Levj deco and Mrs Allen Vbelson, fund-raisdenl UNIQUE INTELLECTUAL UP TO DATE T JAY BUSHINSKY AND THE News of the Jewish Work! I HEARD DAILY. MONDAY -FRIDAY, 1-1:30 P.M. 1 89 •v.RADIO STATION WEDR-FM, MIAMI'S ONLY RAD30 STATION FEATURING 2 HOURS OF JEWISH PROGRAMS DAILY



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" %  age 14 B +JknJsJh fkrk&nr Friday. December 24. 1965 Temple Zamora Suffers Attack Of Vandalism Swastikaa .> %  -> %  % %  e expn satons Hit. i >K (la Bttona t discovered ameared on Tern Zan i.. earl] Tueedaj mornii i tinslee Ii Ferdie, president of i,m -aid th' defacing and vanUaliam, apparent 1> done lioni j *nigbt were diacovered bj Mrs \ statte M takoarttx, aecretar) of the .pie. at 8 45 a m when ahe ••• j cf Temple Zamora UAHC Camp Sets New Program The Ray anil Philip N Coleman imp-Institute, under the auspices I the I iiinii ot American HebreVi lagragatsons, iinaugurating its Ith year oi actii ity. Located at the tout of the Blue idgc mountains in Cleveland, Ga., ie camp aervea youngsters ul eform c mgregations in Alabama. lorMia. Georgia, South Carolina ul Eastern Tennessee K..r th. first time, the Coleman amp will iw featuring a complete ghf-week session, combining the agular camping program with in unparallelled Jewish experi ice A special pioneer program fi r 4 and 15 year oldvv: alao IX -atured In charge Of details are eform coi ins in the r.•..'.! Miami area or at L'AHC oleman Camp-Institute, Rlti I n-sBide Miami. HYAM TOPOl Israeli Satire Film Opens Ti.e Israeli film. Sallah %  the Wo metco Surf and Parfcwaj Theatres The famous Israeli star, Hyam ,; pla) the rule of the Yemen. iti Sallah. in the comi dj hit A winner of nine import.in; awards, "Sallah.' has been widel) acclaimed for its briUianl satire ol lit. m [arael Director ol the film ithe noted Israeli satirist, Ephraim Kiahon, known here for hihookN ah Ark' and Look Back, Mrs Lot "Sallah" was filmed at the Mentis Studios near Tel Aviv. Because the film was produced after the Maebara period, Joseph Carl, art director, had to build a new Mjjbjr* for the staging of "Sallah." To accommodate bimaeU to the needs ot the film, Hyam Topol wandered for da> on end among the Jews ol the Middle East -tudv ing then speech, gestures and thoughts The lilm had itinternational premiere at the H.-i Theatre in Tel %  \viv in June lWi4 Yiddish Theatre Season Resumes Si iih Bi... h w w itness I a the return on Fi da) a I s, hai Gitel Stein and the tog of the Yiddish-Ameri" vaU ,,, ason at the Cinema theatre on Washington Ave Onlj recently returned from their yearl) travels abroad the Schach'ter trip to Europe and Israel resulted in a score of new tak who will make their dabut this year at the popular theatre Opening on Friday, will be the shalom Trio composed of tWO young m>n Arie and Shinon and a young lad) liana, who appeared from Hong Kong to the Fontainebleau in Mianu Beab. AN,, on fne blU will be you i David Curtis, the Schncters •hen corned) character %  i h. and the technicolor musical. Hue. l ittle Words Show tuneare at 3 6 ai d 9 tvith the mi" 30 4 30, ; 30 and 10 30 p m Services For Ethel Pearl. 61 s, rvices for Mn Ethel !'• of 1100 SV. 23rd Ave who died on Sunday. Dee li. were held al Funeral Home on Dec 20 Mi Peai I. who was 61 al the time ol her death, came here from New York City 26 yean ago and was a member of Beth El Synagogue She is survived by her hu sba n d, Harry*; four daughters, Mrs Bar bara Werner of SepuWeila. 'alit Mrs Phyllis Miller, Bernice Part and Mam.. Pearl, of Miami, three sisters. Mrs Uelan BerkowKx. of Brooklyn, Mrs. Charlotte Kir-eh. ner and Mn Lillian Kirahaer of Miami, and five ^i andehiUlren LEGAL NOTICI Outgoing Prexy Honored on Beach club 2, Senior Citizens ..t Flor a. offered .. testimonial to outgoing president. MrLena Ray, •i Moods) at the Fleetwood Hotel Speakers for the occasion were ouncilman Joe Malek. Morris i(ahinsk) ,.r. ssdent, Dade Count) oxmcil of Florida Senior fit,. m\ Emanud Art:,.,,! e\., uth i i •etarv AJCong. Director Tells of Tour MrWilliam Brown, program for the Eleanor Ro • veil Ninth Hade Chapter. Worn* Division. American Jewish ton announces that featured speaker al a Thundaj Dec 2.". 8 30 pm meeting at the home • Mrs i.ynxie Zuckerman, 17120 M nth ( t wato he Joseph l Yanich executive director, South east Region American Jewish I gress Yanich, who haJust returned from a four-week study nus-ioii to Israel and Spam. Mas to -leak on The New Spanish .lew ish Community and I-rael Revisited slideot [arael and spam were to BI i ompanj his talk MrYani< h, %  known artist was to add her impression ol the art worksh< irii ed Samuel Rost, 75 Passes Away Samuel H Host former owner of trown Liquor Distributors, died Dec 18 at the age of 7f> \ founder and Life member of Mount Sinai Hospital and a mem ber of the Citizens Board of the I niversit) Ol Miami Mr Host was resi lenl here since 1989 He lived at 5253 ColUni Ave Mr Rosl was a member of TernEmanu El and tt • %  boi rd ol ..-ii ,iof the Greatei Miami Jewish Federation He isurvived by hiwife. Libby; a son, Leo ol Nassau, a daughter. Mrs Jewel Paley, of liuv idence, R la sister, Mn Sophia Bronfman, Montreal and three sjraiidahiMbMn Sen*ices were held Dec. li* al Riverside Alton Rd Chapel, with interment m ML Nebo Cemetery, UON SCMACNTf* City National Appointments Gerald Keller, president of Ihc CR) > atioi .1 Hank ol Miami Beat h has ai i out eed Ihc promo on ol Mi •• %  Kid.l from assistant • IS | offio to Irusl offlcet Mi Gloi ia s Stank > was al-" promol e.l from a—isiant oa&luei to assist IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE. COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No 65-18' A NO V \Tf NTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR O STRIBUTION AND FINAL DISCMARGE 1 '' '>r\fo! ,'n v ••.. • td r ,i R i "i '• %  i ..,.-. :,.-• It* IUJ % %  ( ', li vl:l:\ r WM i i vi v\, useti IN THE COUNTY JLOOF'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE NO SS13? 11: \ I %  • i. Tin TO CREDITOR*. i UVINi; VI SK r <'.MIIll> ant viepresident Michael I> Ot ov.U and Robert L Jones were ap pointed assistant cashien LEGAL NOTICE Mlion, I. %  I T nk FINE. I', • • I •. I III,. GORKY Mi i ".• %  '. V NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPL Y FOR CHANGE OF NAME Chanctry No SSC 12*'* T • VV WON" • j \. •,—-I, ft, M N VV •" • UUn iW II vi. I .1 k I .i %  -nil, %  % %  %  !.. ,i > VI ... •I I %  •l,l. w .\.. IKMI I.I Si! l< • "• %  R1JW ( %  I %  Mi l", I • VI'S MO.M. I"• t-l Nil vv M.TI .;vi. ~ .I:I A .-'". W7.'. V • !'• -l.r,. t i.nc i IN TMF COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 6 -4S4-A IN in: i: • VNN ,.I:KNII v r i a k • .v s N v .i.i -VK i • %  • NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR OISTR.OUTION AND FINAL DISCHARGE \,, i i. bav* I %  IS' %  I I. .', .... I, I u I • • .... ,1. • vn iRKI.HJ HI KM11 I! VNl. V VNI.I.: V I %  VI, I I 1 I • %  • i ii v. uni !"'. I r v :• HO '" VFSK s \ IIU i %  : %  %  \*:I %  .v NK; -. ,\ ,'r, Miami I %  %  l? SI-SI NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW SiTli'l IlltaiKHl '..v KN • i. ,i % %  iiinc i ~w>cif... iuun ul V VN |> 1-..VIIVN\ || w N E \ M rrekxar MiM MIM 'ii ttt OjteSi ,rf UM • reali .'„ue <-( l> b l ,.unr r da r. i rnfftRI II \KIIY M H...-Vt: l ir i: tt-:i I I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N', H %  > IS IIKKFWn 'I'V KN •• • %  rviv I:I:> vi. fMs.i.T \ fSlfORT i 1..1* w ,• • y\ ,KI. rsi I">^ u Ui liw> <"lrk i %  -. F*liH< II "IAJC Vt • '•.•! \. • lIUI v, K K • NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N'l'Tli'K IS I ,.iv 1 N • IrtM !•• • iiiru. r.arrw %  a i • 11 11, ret N M I vv in v M I VI • ,|l\T*KV Vw Mlm-.ii •. -W ••• it. %  M' •' -VII I'M. %  MI r %  i • • IN THE CIRCU.T COURT OF THE LLEVENTM JUDICIAL ClRCUl T IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA .N CHANCERY No. '. J.9gc GO'Oonl CE FOR CMANOt OF NAME I .-. '.or-, it Wj T Co' %  x I NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW i;rjii ..'. I.N tn^e ,.I-IS^ ... %  • • .. (• -. Vi \ I 1J, %  IMlS • I I rn i IKII i i %  M V I'. SWAM .' i Louis B. Rudruck, of Coral Gables, is presented a certificate by Gov. Haydon Burns, to honor his appointment as the first Floridian to be made a member of the Board of Directors of Rassco Israel Corporation, the largest building, development and investment corpora tion in the State of Israel. Left to right are David L. Trask Miami Beach attorney, financial %  consultant and former U.S. Treasury Department area director for South Florida, Savings Bonds Division. Hairy Alan Sanders, executive of Rassco Israel Corporate.-i; Rudnick. Gov Burns; and Alexander S. Gordon. Com missioner of Metropolitan Dade County. Florida. NOTICE UNDER JLSNAME LAW lhl.1 in i • •! -.i SMITH MA: • >., cinci f COURT or THE 1 l I IN n iCi AL ORCU 1 *ND FOR DADE e I FLOR,DA ,N CHANCERY VI Vi NOT CE OF PLBLICATION v || ., |,, N %  MONT A •T.-rV win in ..if-rrd IJATKIi III.v HI r. vi VN II) %  %  Ol |. v VI". N V 1 %  \... I c i n. i M. II I



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December 24, 1965 kmsl Fkiridlmn Page 15-B JE BV PUBLICATION p.i:x M \r.ii: .< %  III.Ni.\ |k. .-.I.' • %  M ii •• not f l--1 In -. %  .ITI-U vr 1 I 'l\ .< ...n*t \ "ii ul I ll %  H (JEuR'iE NICHOLAS, Ih \ i • • Miami, FU and u .th Cler* f ihis laouar) Ifi Um ill b i onfi sed by fen. m'i. r Ht.\ rilERMAN : l.V MAN, I •• piiv Clerk IS 3-1 SUNTY JUDGE'S COURT "Ofl DADE COUNTY, TtOA IN "ROBATE H57193-A nf HARNET M IRIN %  INTENTION TO MAKE FOR DISTRIBUTION INAL DSCHARGE TIB hl-r.-l'^ i: • II that 1 hav.Floal l(< i'i < ••II. I I viiti. .i> ^ %  ^B ami Filial 1 >Ls. -tun i;TK "'•' ratal* ••' BAHIN, • %  • smlx r, %  t>e llai %  • alO. I'oonty C.-IIIIM. Florida, for il of aid Fin.. 1 i:. L %  r i MI for button and • %  • im.-. a-. It* of tmrMat. -i Hi. .ilnin-*rnln. T'..iJ.'inl il.n 'I r. IMS. VLJ.Y II \l US I TIN Ml* ii:i ,\ i I.-T \ \/.i i Itui .1 :... LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 1> IfERKin OIVBN • %  Ill l>u ul Mi AI.I.I.-TI'K \i;u.< .-i AM> ni : %  • u n. i.l. Mil ml i H la ii i ii' DM • by ii"! H .i ...I n %  i II ir-.-.t I., pn % %  I.I aiiy claims and d< you r. ,j v haw .11:11 m-i I hi astute ol I.KN \ s \i.\i. i\vi rz ,i. • • .i— .i lata ••' u' H N. A fork, to ih.County Judos of Ds %  i '• %  inn v, an.I ini • i inn'. I.l. .1 in B.1 ii. Irs, in th. lr al the County Courthouse In l... i. i ly, Florida, within -i\ calendar monthN >i ;.\ i \ xMHTERD.X \i xr for Ex. lura ATTENTION ATTORNEYS. Jewish DbrJUtof? •oUcits your legal DOUCM. We appreciate Y>UI patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rrTTa^aa Oiai FR 3-46*5 ior messenger Berries LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUR' IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No 69229 B |ja IT I-. • i. ..f 1.,,1'is TKLL H.i i i %  COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT >>OR DADE COliSTY, MIIDA IN PROHA i ~No •59*6 0 *>' BP li.i\. .14.in,-t ^f ISI: vKi. i-i >iiid •• I of I • 11 %  I > I Iv unly J„u. I ul. ftio dio JI>. in s. In Hi. -n mity CoeXBli' i~ wtthln Htfie tinu% %  ( ih.th. -an,, will In • r-i al M 1. KL.ri.la. SClni I-', A I ~f\ I S M \ N I • '. ,.r iin,.t Do*mber, u 1 iTitat.\.* I--. %  • RK • tdmlntotrator M:i.-i >' 1 JieCUIT COURT OF THE JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF |DA IN AND FOR OADE ITY IN CHANCERY No. t&C 12*37 p vvts;s I.ANK 1 •!-' 1 111: KW \"l:K KHI-;:II. 1 ••• • 1. • 1 -1. nta ^NOTICE O* SUIT \ K.i t.,ln M %  .1 .1, I i:,, 1 : --• an I lOOa "'1. I IK -. i,\ notl • 1. In1 %  %  ,. I \i \N %  • %  I I M U VI %  ',' I I \ • %  K \l I X \l \ \ %  •I "OLNTY JUDGE S COURT AND FOR OADE COUNTY. FLORIDA N PROBATE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTIOB is H|-m:r.Y OIVRN Ii •: •,,1. nlenod ii. 'TH; i.. • 'i uatnMw undor 1 • tMKRli'AN I I'.i.-s t'tiMi'ANl \A Flakier sMiami Inti nds !• %  %  %  1 %  Ith 1 u -i .:• of Ilade County, :.. ROUANIN) %  VRRJ I.MK KIND > -'A -•... %  IS IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUD.CIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. SC '3040 \W'.'V I'I'VIM tNfY KSHOM I ., •nlilf. 1 i \I:I:N.-K DBVINE IR l '.f. Tula in ORDER TO APPEAR Ti ii", ClaroMoi 1 an tu i IMH 1 .-• a. • a WTIonita Kanron. ari i< jiiir* .1 to aarvs a nop) of vour an-u.i1.. <\.rii|iUint for A 1. '.i, in. -Tit of Marrtaea on naJntlffa AM LI ni. M luiiung CaJuaset lil.tn Miami, Khsrids, ..iwi flla ih.. orla-inal 11. Lha o/fleo af ih1. ik of tka 'it uii Court, I>. er a, Daeraa Pro Con'•--.. "HI I Mered .iii.nt you. Ihitad lN-.-Mnb.-r I, IMo EC It IJCATIIKI'.MAN %  T.rk it: jt <"..urt laaaJI It) H iDl'KUVNi) 1 laputy .'iork .l-10-i;:i IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THF ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 65C 11669 'II w:i\l. 1:1.1/ VHETH PISII Ji iSKI'll \ 1.1:1:1: l' FISHKIL 1'. f. 1 .1 %  SUIT FOR DIVORCE |i iSKI'll VI.IIKRT FISH 1 .1 N. Modi 1 1 irn %  %  \\ -I -.... ;. nil, • Voo JiiSBI'll xl.RBRT FISIIKII ..-. ii. r. % %  it a II • .,iv. 1 A %  r I'll inn in ih* 1 \ %  VII ,TI IN \ !'l:ii'l -\l \N mi \ nl %  Itnl '. 1 N 1: hlral Av-i 1 nid 'ii. xnnwer or I'lnullrui in 'I %  %  N tl loth day tin --.. )u K. M. I.V.MAN lHs>utv • Hrk MIT.TiiN V. FRIEDMAN lllLAlnaley BuQUintt Mkunl. rioitda. 3::!...' %  > Attorney ;,.r FUlntiff U I 'I 1 N %  No S9623 A I TO CREDITORS • %  %  • %  %  \ 1 I %  %  .1. %  I %  I 11 h. rrf, I 12 3-10 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW M.i-i.'i: is HBRMBT HIVBN that : •'!II llll.%  •! VI \Y SI %  MAI.TV ,;. S \\ I SIIVAI M • %  %  'i to r*e> nty, ii--i \ ItTI I' It IV'ilM* il \..vv \ • • %  COUNTY ADGt S COURT IN *ND FOR DA! II ITY, FLORIDA IN PROGATt No 61 Ml A NOT CE OF PROBATE v V u r 1 .'.\N %  llv l.-iF l"j.torirM %  • 1 •Ms \i \NI-:.I 1: 1:. 11 II %  1 riCE t NDtR FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N. f illVKN %  %  %  IN THE COUNTY JUDGF ; COURT IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No 69042B IN RE Retail ol HBRM VN \ KI:I.I.I:I:\I tNN I I NOTICE TO CREDITORS Po V • • ,.-.| \" I-. iiv --a ,.| Voll ill ili\ I .1 \ < IK"! • IIMAN \ K ri.i. 1 %  %  • i %  %  %  %  VI %  1 ItMANN sil\l'|lto Fl %  v \ 1 ii 1 ".1 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU T OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No b5C 13369 \IITI II IT >. I l\V \ IITZ, N Itl'Tll Si'llW V 1 •. -. n NOTICE BY PUBLICATION III II ~ II V\ \l; /. -. Itaj ,1 \. H ViM Vt H IKE 11 Kill IIT \'i ITII %  I'AKl. A IN 1.11'ToN %  %  N ; if tl V\i Viii-tli Mia nal •%  %  • „. %  -...... .,. 1 '..' %  -l .,• M ami Florida, : I • %  • nib. r. M \ N Clerk ..1 I he .' ni. %  I" ••' 'l-i:i. \Nl> NOTICE OF SUIT IN THE C.RCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. |N AND FOR DADE COUNTY. N CHANCERY, No. 65C 13218 MART CI KRV11. I lain tiff, > LARRY (TRRVi 1, 1 '1 r.-i. SUIT FOR D VORCE n !\l:i:v ri'BRVti • %  ad* Lane Vlrainlo I • \ Irclnla V in hi-rebi i n for IHxoni Xl • -• %  r\ .'iM'.l • \ Ni NEWMAN -., 1. 1 '•• • • l| ind file I • • %  .... li-d I %  Will,. • -. -1 NOTICE TO CREDITORS -,-,,• %  nd All !'• .11,1\-.^ v i .:r.,.i.I'oui u %  \ %  IPA 1: rri.i. i ',. %  %  th. %  '" % %  i IN Mil.I.l-'.i: %  ruj u %  ma %  IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. M083-C UK I HAI %  •. .,-. ,1 NOTICE TO CREDITORS %  Li 1. tuli v and I ..!'!.111. I %  ... -^aiiiI i-IIAIi BS HADAD di • Floi Id %  ml %  -i -. %  I I '•ill li,,a-> In 1 '.i-l' thil lx (he i-lll'll. all-.li I • • %  !:, 111. 1I III l-i I.... 1 at Mis • I..) : 1 IM-T, v.n .Mii:i:;s n \ i • \ i • \ i'\.. jtor VlLNOl.li FEIN v.. utor u 1.in. i-h, 1. II 17-M-1, 1 • IN IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT N AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No 69100 B DAVID R 1 •• %  NOTICE TO CREDITORS vil 1 ,. dltoi ml Mi '•• 1 -%  11. M • ,u.':iln-l H lid hi h %  • "HE COUNTY JUDGESCOIRT IN AND FOR DADE COLNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No 62 "J B Ill 1: I >••••. NOTICE TOCRFDITORS %  V • 1,1:1:1 %  %  v 1 ::.i/. VHETH :. known \ ,%  1 ^.. • • •'•: %  ..f • 111 I hi M \ V N|. II %  sH.xr vn. M II a aw %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOl'lt'E is HEUFJ1Y illVEN thfcl Ih. uii.l.-i iitiii;. t.usi: Hani. • -\\ i:\Ns IIAKER1 and SAVKVN \ III -11 l'. iKBRY al 74S3 I •iiu.-. 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• Pcge 16-B > L**i*.trk rrtian Friday. Decembe CCAR President Eyes Jewry Today ^___ • u-t.Ki UVir.stem SBOI • There ii the ineluctable nee eBtt] In our r.me to rotate reli poos beliefs t< our uindamental • ont." Kabbi .'aob .1 Weinstein declared km k Rabbi Weinstein, president of the Central I onference Of American Kabbiv national coordinating body of the Reform rabbinate. \uin Miami to participate over the w eeken d in the 23rd anniversary celcbratiin of Tern pie Beth Sholom Also president of the national Histadrut organization. Rabbi Weinstein was principal speaker at the Sunday night dinner dance at the Amencana Hotel, winding up the Beth Sholom festivities Rabbi Weinstein told The Jewish Flondian tbat we must be realistic about the fact* of modern American lift. Some ninety percent of Jewiih youngsters in our high schools will be /jomg to college. It is there that they will come up against the need to reconcile their spiritual teachings with today's intellectual disciplines —including those of science." Rfen • fcV term pulpit in Chic a j u his presidencj of i Ai; •'•' inatein de : %  rind i" i flirt there i ii: i %  uonal Hid !(.-• started with the more • AI i' i Ral .. Wanna* JewlJ .i v bmited l nd appi i middle class Tl meant anal ^ iddish !•• i i men! couldn'l uiuicr~i.il.el The Rei Board Room Will Memorialize Dr. Ben Fabric The Dr Ben I. Fabric Board l; led II Oi the at< l | r Fabric nn Sunday. 11 pm il Temp %  ramid lir iibnc %  found, ; ^*1 of Temple Mer Tamid an I iei ved u pi i silent from | through 1981 I Durum his ministration the mam sanctuary o. fAWric %  completed Many of the lait physician's re'atives and friends from throughout the country will attend the memorial Sunday in his honor. i till ad .. % %  %  and l %  tats al ihi i. four Ml.oM Bi kg various uni veraif BOS thI v Mauriea L Zanaaki chairman Of the Temple hoard will act as chairman of the da* Talking over success of Temple Beth Shalom's 23rd enmversary dinner dance Sunday night at the Americana Hotel are (left to nght Rabbi Jacob 1 Weir.stem. president of the Centra! Conference of American Rabbis; Lou'* F. '• Beth Sholom preside,.: and dinner toastmatter: c I -eon Kronish. spirituc! leader of the Mian.; Beach I lor some 22 years. and vice vei i. it was a question of cultural lag in our bistor %  %  %  ; B • Rabbi Wein* • the extent tl I Histadrul %  sen tc ree n sp • live comn unit) : • log with the mosl Ms ..f MX 'Nerlittle if am bridgi I Histadrul ai d Refon daj %  \r< r ..l! the i CAR | than been a \a~t chance in the Reform i ment W • co ess that n 1875 tte tnvial : '-veil gone although I can't M) the same for Otho doxj Ri-ferriiiij to the accommoda tinn in term? of the growing dc (tree of intermarnacc and mixed marriage Rabbi Weinstein Mid that there i* no reason to doubt the statistics of increase, which seem largrlv In reflect the mm-l wg m co-educational lehMWh al our youth during their formative years With the inrrrawd freedom SW anexperiencing. r must also pa> the price of in creased exposure to nun Jewish "The way to combat it is not to lament this develop ment, or to calf far a return to the ghetto We must be mar* reasonable about it. We most make Judaism more meaningful to our young people We must educate them and steep them in Jewish tradition so tf-at it is no less attractive than other creeds." ard Rabbi W il lad al learn have al %  eboul prosehti/ to the might be more helpful ta not intermarriage marriage that re rring i" the Chanuka sa (alls jointly this, tmas thCCAR | d that a larger number : ; pie teem to bswept away by V and w > "" II U a %  I even an III oar Christian friends to regard Christmas amere!) a tgn ol will anil ii.i!, |M It i> bhrtorica means our aeighboi II iaatival We si gain Hi n of Chriatmas •exalted apirittl DM m The antidote he>? •, ^ declared, "is to m,... y^ osn traditions, our awn h*nk and holidays, more <: 3r *v\ ^ meaningful—not inCljnwei bvt all of them, in< -ana u Sabbath." <>n a final • Wfm rteio criticizi f ^ lt> lished in popular p| %  • rr.a'isn magazines that •, ^ vanishing .lew p^ § a brittle statist r ,t w alization whicl ,n ^ vanishinj: Ind x>ier is simply ^, have kept tural roots i £fl and been part directed main a rite • hue in the pa>t THE PAWNBRQKtl can't do what can I L SURF iPAKKrVAY Handball Tourney At Miami T The tenth annual United States Handball Association National Juniors Tournament will be held Dec 28 to M at the YM and WHA of Greater Miami. 1600 SW 6th St The competition, for boys under 19 years of age. brings together a cross-section of entrants from van ous parts of the country. Boys will be coming from New York. Los Angeles. Chicago. St Louis. Detroit. Kansas City and Seattle. Among local entrants will be Joel Galpem, of Miami Beach, who finished fourth in last year'.tournament held in San Diego. CaJaf. The boys will be given a banquet on Wednesday. Dec. 29. in the Golden Kev Room of the "V P 9*.9 — 0 FLORIDA'S PIONEER ALL-STEREO STATION OUi? '4th YE i 3 DAY AND'NIGHT 6:00 A.M.'lo 1:00 M INTERRUPTED ONIY THREE TIMES AN HQbP HEV/S ON TMk? HOUR L


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Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
llurr.e
Number 52
Miami. Florida. Friday. December 24. 1965
Two Section? P:ice 2'.-r
rhard Cites Special Position on Jews
ASKS FOR SOU CHECK
\ Approves New
Mandate for Aid
To Arab Refugees
\\ \ \TIONS (JTAi
tSSembl} OVITWh: lin
i this week res >lu
th- maadati "f I! e
Relief in i w rks
Mjr- and calling
n <>f the agencj
el rolls
vai PI to 1 with sevi n
I^r.i''' Cl !'' "
ix'ciiu^1 thi' resolution
d a single para fraoh
reaohition which the
les consider gives tbi
nyht" to return t" 1-
nferr;n. to that para
araell Ambassador Michael
told the Assembly, the I N
i iiffirm the princ'nle that
-t urgent need in the Mid-
. Ill effort to bring about
betwc n the Arab
i ,.el for peaceful solu-
' all dujmtc*.
:>tin of the resolution cll-
- a long series of debates
cl began in the Special Poli-
'nmmittee lat Ofober and
'?d tho customary annual
: i'iop against Israel by
rab rviliesman. A new resolu-
mating most proposals
h bo'h the United States
i*l objected was worked
i' .tpproved resolution e-
t the UNRWA mandate,
tcire ntxt June 30, to
It direct- the UNRWA commis
-..- ., ral t<> take various
rteps, "including rectification of
the relief rolls a reference lo the
known fad that of the 1.300.000 re
Continued on Page 3-A
B'nai BVith Delegates
Call on Chancellor
In Nation's Capital
CKAvcmoa ttmunn
offers assurance
Now Auschwitz Trial
Opens as Nazi Weeps
FRANKFl RT (Jl V WU-
helm Burger, til an i ffic al at 'he
tuschwiti death camp barged with
providing the poison gas usei
,nl millions of vlctimi there, -
In -elf pit) in the dock as the
s. cond tnal of Auschwiti person-
nel legnn here thi> week.
Wringing his hands, he denied
doing any wrong and stammered
I we didn't know
,.!<.ut all the killing" a state
ment that moved presiding Judge
Emil Opper to tell the former Nan
| don't believe you.''
Burger is one of three defend
ants in the current trial. The
other two are Gerhardt Neuberg
56, charged with complicity in
selecting victims and Joseph Ei
ber. 68, charged with selecting
women for death. Between 3.
000.000 .-nd 4,000,000 victims,
mct o* them Jews, died at the
dea'h camp during the war.
1.;, iu it after trial thai
lasted 21 months sii ol 20 Inscti
riti statf members were aentenced
to life imprisonment at hard labot
10 rece.verl varying terms, one re
( a -penal sentence beause
he was a minor and three were
acquitted I he indictment charged
that Burger ordered and kept
on the Zjrklon-B gaa as ell
as with Joining with the other for-
mer ss men in picking victims for
,. ath
Weeping throughout His ti-t.
mi : ei testified he had been
without work in 1932 ed the SS He sobbed as he told ol
Continued on Page 11 A
WASHINGTON i.ITA1 Ger
man Chancellor Ludwig Brhard
Monday assured a B'nai H nth de
location th it. as loi g a1- he remain
ed Chancellor, a "special" German
Lion toward Jew- and Israel
wiiii d continue "He said also he
wo ild riM al bis response lo points
ia <<: bj the d< legation in a p
lie statement at a subsequent date
Howevet the delegation members
tinned his comments to them
.at Ij as "revealing and reassur
Members ol the delegation.
.. hich called on the < 'hanct lloi
air House, where White House
. -t- are Indeed, included Dr.
>'. Iliam Wexler. B'nai B nth presi
'.r. Kaufman, exi cxi
. dent; an i Maurice
nt the B'nai
th International Council
-; nl n >re than one hour
Mr Erhi
Dr. Wexler reminded Mr. E'-
hard that, on May 12. 1965, ht
wrote to Prime Minister Levi
Eshkol of Israel that "the art,.
hide of the German Governmer'
in the past has proved that w
are aware of the special German
position towards the Jewish peo-
ple all over the world, includo- .
Israel." He then said: "We wou'd
like to express to you our seme
of dismay and ctrtve conce--
cver what seems to be happen-
ing in Germany today in its re-
lations with the Jewish oeop e
threeihout the world and ,n Is-
rael."
I'm B'nai B'rith presidi nl
Your Final Indemnifies!
Law | d immi diaU pa) n
n i imants who had rx
foi over 20 years N
Ccntinued on Page 7-A
Federal Republic Tells
Position on Payments
RISE OF $127,000 OVER I AST YEAR'S CAMPAIGN
[Miami Reveals CJA Goal
f)f $1,566,666 for '66 Drive
By Special Report
NEW YORK Dr Roll Dahlgren
nl. Minister "I Finance tor the
v i! German Federal Rep iblic
la tatl this week con-
misconc* lions I I
isen recently on the in
a Lion "i i n stitu-
on program "
!; \ the Get man Infor
iatii n Ci nter in New York the
statement declares thai the I
ral G I'crnmi I bai oflei
ated the spi cal prii ntj it
ution foi
Ited ui.de: Xalional Socialism
Dr. Dahlgruen said, however,
hat "the payment of the S250
m'dion increase voted by the
Bundestag on May 26, 1965, will
h.ve to be effected within the
problems. Neverless, I can say
with assurance that the largest
pcssible amount of his increase
will be paid out in 1966 and
1967.
It i- our intention thai the
.- nl recipients
en full nsi lei ation S
., statutoi > i del is ni i ssai j
, .. : shall dralt It v h
the < tion of the compi I
a--oi ::' ms of pelsecutees
I would also stress that ail
ns I pensions Irn spi cti.
',..'.. :; fixed in
r v.!,,',
196) oi 1967 anil bt
in future
:,' expenses men:
' || :- I"
lerabh hardsl
i
STUDY COMMITTEE VAUDATI0H
Federation to Resume
Chaplaincy Program
hapiainc)
l .i service "fieri
Miami Jewish Kedera
inced w edneadaj bj
preal.lent of Ihe
itti i haired bj
ii bai validated the
plainc) |>ro>{ram
: plans la pvit into
neat yi ai
I was approved in
deration s exc-
at a mei-tinj:
wre
"The needs for such a P'o
gram are evident," Lipton said.
"and we trt enthusiastic and
hope to fulfill those needs by re
instituting it."
A chaplaincv program ua- pre
viouaiy organised in th" late I
hy the Federation and a in if
feel for four vears It was dlaCOH
Mined because of lack of funds
i nder the program, i robW
\isits the sick in ho>pitals. msii
tutions and JBa Many times also,
Continued en Page 2 A
\
'
'

A'i Im -
Tin
Hi Pedei
let on n mmendai
cabinei
The $1,566 666 is iust sSy t
an increase of nearly $127 000
raised over the 1965 campaign
During that drive, the Combined
Jewish Appeal total campaign
resulted in $1,437,000. or $2,000
above the goal set by last year's
executive committee and camp-
aign cabinet.
"We hi en a coal H-
the CJA can meet with thi help of
the eotnmunit) eadera and the
support of the entue area Stated
Continued on Page 15 A
? .-jmework of our budgetary Continued on Page 10-A
Bonn Gov't. Assailed
For Evading Obligation
- The

ncen

rival
i of Chancellor Ludwu Krhard
with
Johnson
l h. Jewish leader charged Ei
bard i Government with
unjustifiable delay"
ni imic ni Rotations
.-j:-l fallowing the conclu-

ac-
:
eferring com-
til 1S*68
f economy."
Or Pnnx sad the deferment
e* payments would "impose sev-
ere *r<4 direct hardships upon
r-.any Nan victims who are des
Continued on Page A


Page 2-A
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Friday. December 24 : J
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Ambassadors Ball at Fontainebleau;
Dr. Stanford to Receive Israel Award
I1-. annual Ambassador's Ball.
held muter trio patronage of the
Ambassador of Israel ami the <;,>\-
ernor i Florida, will take place
Sunday evening at tin- fontaine-
bleau Hot. ,
Hie ball, which reflects the ties
ot Greater Miami with Israel, will
ha\e many facets, including:
Presentation f the emissaries
cii foreign governments.
Presentation of the honorees
of various organiiations and
10*Nf C*HNt
TV Star Due
i orne Greene, -tar of the
sion serii Boi
imi
\ assi lor's Ball
Sunday evening .,t the
unebleau Hotel.
The television star, who
I fame M a Shake
spearean actor in Canada
i to turning to telei iston,
baa been a dedicated sup-
porter of the Stale o| I-:
man) years and the
recipient of the Canada lv
rael Award in 1961 and the
Man of the Year Award in
Montreal in 1964 m rccoe.ni
tion of his service on behalf
of Israel.
I YOUR BLESSINGS ALONE
I WON'T REBUILD ISRAEL!
. bat a soft ISRAEL BONO will'
hvild Israel on*- mokt it I
ecenemkally strsnt. |
VAVSM.E FRIEDBERG !
synagogue functions for Israel
Bonds, with the participation ot
their respective rabbis, presi-
dents and dinner chairmen;
Presentation of the coterie of
young ladies in a debutante cere-
monj.
Presentation of the Eleati >r
i aevelt Israel Humsaities
sward.
This year's recipient of the
sward wiH in- Dr. Henr) King Man
ford, president of the Unive
of Miami
Mrs Anna Brenner Ml JI B,
chairman of the Women's Division
of Israel Bonds, is grand hostes
of the ball. Sam Blank, local com
munity leader, is chairman Ol
rons. Others who head the com
mittee for the ball include Rabbi
Leon hromsh. chairmsn of the
Greater Miami Israel Bond Or-
ganization, and Samuel Knedland
and l.emiaid Bosen. Ikhum.mx
chairmen.
The evening*! festivities will be-
gin with a diplomatic reception at
0 90 pm in the West Ballroom in
honor of the emisaaris of foreign
governments who will pay their
respects to the Ambassador <>i Is
rael
At 7 p.m., there will be a re-
Federation Starts
Chaplain Program
Continued horn Page 1-A
l Lilly in I .'immunity bi
far from home with no contacts
imittee iti
report
The chaplaincy program will be
administi the Jewish Fed
oration and will have a nine-man
. Ivisory committee in charge The
committee ta-k will he to set
policy, prepare s budget to N ap
proved b) the Federations budget
commute ami to hire personnel
Six of the nine-man board will
be appointed by Lipton, and the
Rabbinical Association of Great-
Miami will name the ether three
members. The committee is ex-
pected to be named before the
end ot the year, end the proqram
is due to go into effect early in
1966.
On the study croup committee
with Heiman were leo Eisenstein,
Harold Thurman. Walter Falk.
Fred K Shochet, William Rafldnd,
lira Sol Goldstein and Mrs Aaron
Farr.
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
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Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers,
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Sammy Spear, of Jackie
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Sunday evening at the Fon-
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Mrs. Harold J. Brooks. PTA president, assists the youngsters
oJ the Solomon Schecliter Day School of Temple EmanuEl in
'winding up their Chanuka "Ship-a-Box" projed containing
toys ond giits for children in Israel. Annual project is spon-
sored by the National Council of Jewish Women, with the
-ooperation of the Bureau of Jewish Education and the Great-
er Miami Jewish Schools. Shown packing the gift items are
(sealed) Howcnd. son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rosenblatt;
Tami. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alan Rothstem. Dawn, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Arthur; and David, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Murry Koreteky. of the Nursery-Kindergarten Depart-
ment.
LN Approves New
INRWA Mandate
Continwed from Pe t-A
n those rolls, there are
i ^r. Petar Frelinnhuysen told the A*
f inbly that the United States Got-
r:imon' v.as concerned about the
Jt ih.it -men undergoing mili-
t training by the Palestine Lib-
r ..uon Organization had been re>
i Dg rations from I'NHWA It.'
I .1 that this v as "inadmissible
: miLst be con-ecU^r and th.it
it-d States delegation want-
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that Israel opposed extension of
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ui\e expression to general UN
delegate belief that the Arab-Is-
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t> reements
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there were a sincere desire on
the part of the Arab govern-
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solution, all outstanding prob-
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Volume 38 Number 52
Friday. December 24. 1965
1 Teveth 5726
After ChaneeHor
Erhard What

Chancellor Erhard'.. vow to a
B'r.ai B'rith delegation in Washing-
tor, this week tastes of bitter ashes.
His promise that so long as he is
ch.ef of the West German Federal
Republic there will be no forgetting
the "special" relationship to the
Jews is obviously designed to make
us feel more comfortable.
But it doesn't. It is, in fact, un-
nerving. For Mr. Erhard s vow ac-
tuclly carries with it unhappy im-
plications. It suggests the possib.:
ity that, after him. comes the deluge.
I: suggests that the responsibility the
German people feel toward the
Jews has been vested in a single
pe: son.
This was, of course, pretty much
the case during the Adenaue.
and during all those years, there
wcs freguent speculation about what
would happen with the retirement
of Der Alte." Hence, from the very
Beginning, we were made to feel that
it was individual German leaders
who would have to be relied upon to
express the moral imperative of a special Jew-
ish relationship.
Twenty year* after the destruction of the
Nazi regime, this is a particularly sad phe-
nomenon For, if anything. Get mans as a
le feel even less responsibility for the Hit
ler holocaust than ever before. The recent
Bonn Parliament decision to deter payments to
Nczi victims is a case in point illustrating this
aevelopment.
The question therefore is. in fact, after Er-
hcrd what?
* e
The Exploitation of Guilt
A tandem consideration to this issue is:
/ should Jews either in the diaspora or in
:el continue to haibor hope that their re-
tioaship to Germany will be a "special" one7
iming their somewhat jaundiced viev
c reahsur possibility tor normal tics, why in
any case should they remc .
rl to maintain how-., utual
recognition of each othe e based al-
mc ly on gui
It is tnis sense of
Germans have oeen bridling. > not
here suggest th it lorh
brand of relationship wil
n that they will also forfeit thi
Nevei theless, the C ould
be in the Jew ulti-
to prognosis, to seek a h
s>hip to indicate that do now
/ist in the future
on genuine feelings of mutual benefit ral
:. on c spiritual and historic debt owed us
because cf past misdeeds.
The ashen taste of the Erhard vow lies
precisely ;u the Chancellor s subtnissM
what he recognizes is the Jewish requirement
for continuing German expiation of guilt. It
'at there sroul I be something
healthier and full of greater promise between
us if Jews as individuals and as o: .tioas
henceforward refrained horn actively extract-
ing or gratefully accepting without apparent in-
itiation such promises as Chancellor Erhard
made in Washington earlier this week.
Our Combined Jewish Appeal !..:* many
agenc.es. local. natiOna. and is im-
pending upon it. In Miami, there are Mt Si-
nai Hospital, the Jewish Home for the Aged,
the Bureau of Jewish Education. Jewish Vocu
uonal Service, the YMHA Jewish Family and
Children's Service and the National Council
of Jewish Women's Service to New Americans.
Nationally and ubioad. the list of worthy
Jewish organizations proliferates But all ^t
them conu.bute in some significant way to our
well-being or to the well-being ot our breth-
ren.
And Israel remains high priority as a
beneficiary of Greater Miami's Combined '
Appeal.
He.ice. the 1S66 goal announced this week
is hardly excessive, considering the number
of health, weliare and humanitarian age:,
ng upon it.
Now, we have our jobs cut out for us '.'.
must help CJA meet the goal I .
era to give
Meeting the CJA Goal
Final Hours of Chanuka
As the Cbxmuka "'
upon Ul
me :
We repeat oui
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v as a
the i I.
I as o teilin
iring our surviv
Chunuka Menorah. ablaze,
:or us our unyielding d I
peel tl.
us will be anyl
Jewish experience.
Bourguiba's 'Peace Plan'
Habib Bourquiba's restatement of
"pecre plan" for the Middle Last is welco
only in the sense that it shews an Arc
willing to accept the realities of Israel's si
ence and of political experience
But Israel is coned in recognising the plan
nominally, while emphasizing the ui.
bility of its preconditions.
That Bourguiba demands Israeli territorial
rificeu before peace talks is on its fac.
impossibility. The geographic problem
The 1966 Combined Jewish Appeal goal of
S 1.566.666 sets forward for Greater Miami Jewry
a task during the year ahead a task that
must be accompanied and fulfilled sucesuful-
ly if CJA's humanitarian and welfare program the State of Israel today are of sufficiently p
is to meet the nee set as its purpose oramic scope as to make such sacni'ces
to deal with.
Ibe week
.. as i see il
by LEO MINDLIN
JEWS OF the United Stat.
" arc not in danger but I
duriug (he week sy*fl*a3 >
Prof GimherK apoki
third annual Sam Blank
temporary' Jewish AJfaii
tureship under the i.
the Greater Miami Jewisi
eration at the Dupont
. Hotel Declaring that I
no promises and e\.
tsjet to fortune, the Columbia University professor launch..!
analytic comparison between past and present Jewish expel i
the diaspora It was his view that Jews were and continue to be a
people by their allegiance to a central and shared system ui
and convictions.
Throwfjhout their history. Prof Ginsberg said. Jews h\,,; .,. u
oruanrzed commumty even it they were a peopSe without i Una
They had the nuht to judge each other and to levy taxes It.,i.--
obnerved. they were so well organiaed. that by the time the -.
Reich developed into IU fullest fury, the Naais found al then -,
and accidental disposal the lists of European Jewish coninm.ua
a sail and unfortunate tribute to this organization
In addition to their allegiance. Jews as a mass, ajrhethei
stine. Babylonia. Spain or Russia, shared another cnuunoi. ,
leiistu then esteem for the community's acknowledged leader
., leadership based mi traditional education and revered I
menta ol the population, literate, semi literate and even i':
: -i- :
SUBSTANTIAL (ffOSIOM Of ttWHM IASI j
IN PROF GINZBERGS vieM OH of the major Still)
lewisfa historic espertence was the living smeS
Hostility.' he declared acted as eemettt" \-
e was little opportunitj for coetsct with
was equally little opportunity for intcrmamate and benei
tation to pi actice it
ii Prel Glnzberf*! view w.is ml
plaee at an occasional marriage, funeral Bar afltr ah
1 i> a WSJ ot life in which life ami .
Ilfi u en I i asa It wsj the i oiss
sit; m- o( their
thai Jews had a sense romeiunion wttn pad
In addition there as no sense of tune Ispst whei
ha I' \'. Ihi lew wept over the deatrucUos of trn rer : IV
ell it i r it had occurred yesterdaj And Prel Guns* i
i,a> enenci a^ also a factor of fsrwi
the coming ot the Messiah, w Ivo would lilt Xtu- Jei
The Jewish oppression has. Indeed, been lift. I
berg's t)i the othei hand the contemporarj \
. v;-! : .-.. he -aid |s that there has bsM a n||Iv : '
the Jewish religious t>as' Fsilini for the moment to laki
analymu ol the pasl suggested roluntsry chowi
: Jewish survival in the diaspora rather than II
itself en astrous hist trie oonsecjaei > i -
v.n\i n unimpressed with the treat!aaj m iesrsf
. :. i!i oui >ounti>
rm to rtfmMr mauning
added prof Ginsberg i hses bo doubt thai e
^* ajoguea Hut. he said, the) art- mere stun'
Jewish lUona and cooperative fade rations all .
beae ir new life within the Amertca
1 not only do are no longer In ttutb shire a
tl rstem ol iM-lief as he initialU aid w
ire a the second i>illar ol the once v>
filled Hut p.ut of Ihem are not set
h "
...... eatest H tlerisn damage t
u the d. i inution of II tional I
d: In place of mast sdberenog le *"'
. ih p we noe hsje i
II loei : asern that the one followed oui of 11
" in oui time ha> In fact ( i
| ol the v lewiah e '
: i lineed Bveeyl
il Bverj
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. had to bit
Th.- i asl i | .
In fad h sal I "our ne I

Thu i (.-rhip nn-i
. fun ( vben
1 ggsnge -
tonc phei :: ...
ikei all lb
AOWiTING THI HALANt! 01 HIS VlfWS
EXPRESSING THE FEAR that he had beei '.'
enfs* l'"'r
ane of It
i lo periodic liter, ei'
- >l i a ol pi i .ity
-ted the scale ol tl. : ., which hr iniUeib "
Vi I) optimistic terms he turned also '
' -lk I 'ti- present Here he emphasrre* est :i>*
asl, who significance he said is K-s.....!'*;
to Nraels -i/e Whili i he declared i- not
Il nevertheless a renascence 01 HebTCt
sal it Israelis." he noted could worry more" abbot hfen
Ii Ol their cultural existence than about the Aiabs. it
cooes) will blossom more and imctifv even ur own efl
Wbsl Prof Giiuberg railed lo note was the care
twees Israel currenl eiperience and the Jewish past In lh<
w"h "'' tituting the hoatlltt) and animus dirvct.
''' '' blj organized lewi h community there win ^iouL- I
-i>n and f.-ar be less of a cohesive force toward Jewish et'
wltursl m Israel than it w.,s m tba Ulsapiral
Nev< ntiiiuiiu t of the rtlhte
nted the need foi Jewish Mh
1 Prlndpla i mng our coajt|pasWi V*4- ]
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Ginzberg Diluted His Parting Shot SZESS
Continued from Preceding Page
in two world*." ho said This is the nature of the diaspora 1 have
no worry aboul Jewish education in the neuter sphere, hut I am
worried about the competence and quality of our education in tradl
tional Jewish study It is silly, indecent and improper, he dcdl
for I^tin and Greek to be on the curricula of our nations univei
sities. and for Judaica not to be represented.'
In thi* reRerrf. he BTfad the
American Jewish community to
study itself and, inevitably, to
com* up wdb the resources nec-
essary to establi h avenues of
schfolarship for Jewi.h education
nn both a secular and relig.ous
basis Here, he was critical of
federations acioss the nation
"who try fo stay out of trouble
in order k> extract more money '
from the community. The beat
common denominator." Pi ol
(JinzberR said, "is Israel, while
education is doctrinal, and hence
troublesome."
Warning that we must reject
such a diluted notion of our
needs, he suggested that we have
embarked on a voyage of drill
"We buy bonds We build hospi
tais, nom'es for the ajfed and TV
But this is drifting on however
high a level His solution? It
lies not in Jewish involvement in
v Young Judaea Plans Functions
Sealer and Intermediate Young %v,n be held at Surfside Community
Judaeans are pre pan n* to attend ( ,.n.r on g^,, al 2 ,- M>
' winter convention at Jekyll
tle
Is.and. \lo,e than JOO Judaeana from the c,"nal nd l'*mP J"df'a director.
ill be Frank Farbenbloom, re-
.Southern Reyicn wiil participate
in thte function sponsored by Had-
aasah and the ZUA
The first junior COuciavc of the
year for Young Jixlacans will tak<
place at Camp Owaissa Bauer in
rlomeeteid on Dec. 22 to 24 Over
1D0 Judaeans will participate in
the cultural and social activities.
Theme wiU be "The Story of
Chanuka.' Kaih club represented
wdl show banners, club displays
and skits. The conclave is under
the direction of Don Prichason.
Young Judaea director
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these are wasteful in a society
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Hebrew nadio.. "f DcMler
Miami celebrated i haunka il
,ih .11 KneaMh lareel ",1-n'
Bation 1415 BucUd Ave on Tuei
in p n
Meetii m eo-sponsored bj
the Bureau "f Jewuh Eduo
and Ihe Jewish NatiM il Pand The
...in incltMfc : '"'
Uon of Ihc Festival ol < hanuka
Left to nqht at a special annual election meet-
ing Dec. 7 at Beth Tiilah Congregation are Jo-
seD.h Medofl financial secretary; Rev. J.
Krtmtz. gabba:: Isidor H. Kramer, honorary
president: Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovs
spiritual leade:; Louis Merwitzer. treasurer;
Rev. J. D. Katz, president; Rev. S. Zaret--
second vice president; Paul We.ss. tirst vice
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stalling officer of the slate in cererr.on.es on
Dec. 11.
Bonn Assailed for Evasion
Continued from Page 1-A
titute, infirm and elderly and
upon many whote physical reha-
bilitation and retraining waits
upon such indemnification far
iniuries and losses sustained at
the hands of the German people
under Hitler."
urged that CaaaceUor Br
DOG RACING
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aaaHns tin! the (icnnan leader
"take waateaar Hapa ara required
1.. raaaaae th.- recent action <>i the
Bumlestac with respect t>> the in
drmniiication o( NafJ victim- He
also arajed th-- UeM Qaaaaaa Chan
alter t" act eaaaeealy t>> aaaara
that the lon-dela*e uotiation- with Israel be initiated
at onii
Shock and chagrin at t*- d<
Oiaian to dafar indemnification
aayfaaafa a- eeieed n> Jaeajeea
i ;\ aei peaaaeanl ol Ike law
rsi BrgamzaUon ol Ameeiea in a
Knappata W< m
sador in Washington l' Zi<
leader termed this action
Riant
moral obligations lo tin sun i
ol the Nazi horror who hae been
Banting upon tins it. ation
for th.li continued survival "
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Erhard Cites Special
Position on the Jews
Alternating sections of concrete and glass in
the architectural design of the new Orthodox
Temple to be built for the Ohev Shalom Con-
gregation are symbolic of heaven and earth.
Groundbreaking ceremonies are scheduled for
Sunday. 2 p.m., on the building site at 7011
Bonita Dr., Miami Beach. Rabbi Phineas Aar-
on Weberman, spiritual leader of the Congre-
gation, Sam Arnold, president, and Miami
Beach Constable Leonard O. Weinstein. chair-
man of the arrangements committee, will host
the festivities.
^ \ 9Jiev Shalom Plans New Temple Site on Bonita Drive
Groundbreaking ceremonies for
the ci.niruct.on of a new Orlho
flox titr.pie lo house Ohev Shalom
< ongreMtion were announced this
week
Sam Arnold, president of the con
[rOQtkw. said the ceremonies will
be held Sunda>. Hec 2H. at 2pm.
uith mail} state, county and dtj
official! Kheduled to attend
Ann --aid the new facility uill
bfl bull' al 7011 Uomla Dr., on
I'.u-ious Kroun.iN i.vctlookinc a
null' i \panse ol Indian Creek
Present v||,. ,,f ohev Shalom is
at 911 Normand> Dr.. .\urmand>
Me
Puder revealed that the new
building* architectural design
will feature eiht-foot sections
of solid concrete and glass in t\
alternating pattern. "The qlas
is symbolic of heaven, and the
concrete will represent earth,"
Puder said.
Vccordinfl to Rabbi Phineas
WeiM-rman. spiritual leader >.t
<>hc\ Shalom, "this architectural
pattern befita a Houh >>f Worship
because prayer is the link between
In Iven and earth
Miami Ifcach Constable Ix-onard
l Weiiistcin. chairman of the ar
rancements committee, revealed
that the Dec 2fi festivities will
take place under a specially con
structed tent on the building site
Continued from Page 1-A
mly in days ago, the enactment
f your budgetarj law imposed r.
trictions on those payments Vour
iovernment'i failure to recognise
he compelling Datura "I indemni-
i( ation pa; ments has rocked the
onfidence of the entire Jewish
.orld it has created new uncer-
ainty about German intentions
l)r Wcxler said Nazi victims
had conveyed their "real fear that
the recent action by your Govern-
ment will set a pattern and pos-
sible precedent to divest them of
rights to which they are entitled
and for which they have waited BO
long." The German Chancellor
wat told that he had created the
foundations for normality of the
iwsition between the German peo-
ple and the Jewish people. It was
pointed out to them that the .lew
ish people were led to hope thai,
on these foundation*, a solid struc-
ture would now be erected
Dr. Wexler indicated to Chan-
cellor Erhard that he is not only
the president of B'nai B'rith but
also vice president of the Confer-
ence on Jewish Material Claims
Against Germany, of which Dr.
Nahum Goldmarn is president.
He also identified himself as the
co-chairman, with Dr. Gold
mann, of the World Conference
of Jewish Organizations.
Rabbi Kaufman told reporter*
following the meeting that the de-
legation voiced "keen ilisappo'n?-
ment at the failure of Germany
to conclude economic agreements
promised at the time Wat Ger-
many and Israel established lomatic relations Another vital
point discussed pertained to
recent German decision to defer
compensation to certain victims i>f
the Nazis in 1900 Mr Erhard t lid
the delegation that hardship cases,
including elderly persons, would
receive appropriate treatment
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I Development Dinner Dece mber 5, '65,
latel, Miami Beach
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Ambassador Jacob Tsur cuts ribbon officially Mis Excellency Jacob T&ur, world chairman of
dedicating Me Ami Israel Left to right are Dr. the Jewish National Fund and Bechfor Shitrrfh
Irving Lehrman, Dr. Zev W Kogan, Leon J Ell, Minister of Police, Israel.
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Mr and Mrs Harry Harris
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ME AMI
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nting to map of Israel and
dual Hel Iters indicating the enthus-
nse towai i the development cf Me A-
Israel Naness
Sam Kopkmd
rf Meet Screen Star Peter Law ford
o National Fund, Gov George Leader, former
* chief executive of Pennsylvania, and Dr Irving
_ Le"rman. chairmen of the Jewish National Fund
*'*'* Foundation of Greater Miami
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Dr Zev W Kogan, originator
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Left to r.ght are former Governor George Leader, Peter Lawford
and Dr and Mrs Irving Lehrman


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Friday. December 24. 1965
Bonn Explains Payments
Continued from Page 1-A
involved due u> the fad that
ediu >11. .ii .1 ants, which have
i- n increased bj the final amend
law from 5 ikhi to 10 ikhi llarki
iouI requiring prool ol Lasting
i ir> are included in the post
: Such BSSC1
tgaare the fact iiiat Um par-
tee* affactad thereb) have
adj received the S.0QQ Marks,
l wiV also receive an appro-
te share ol the second 5.0(H)
\ k> without any postponement
- regarsji misjiivmRs. under cost
!ii W have had this question m-
vestigated throughly by the minis-
tries competenl to deal with con
Rtitutional matters and it has be< n
definitely established that article
17 does not ontravene the Basil
Law
i he Allies, the international
Jewish organizations and all the
other associations ol persecuted
CAUrevJ> conceded to the Federal
H< public m 1952 the right to take
into consideration the solvency <>f
the Federal Republic In making
available the budgetary means re
quired This concession \va given
in view of auticipatcd financial re
quitvnients of 3 to 4 billion Marks
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' wed&ng... a Bar Mitnah* ... i buslnais
mettiif or a social luncheon. They will
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.CONFIRMATIONS RECEPTIONS WEDDINGS
BANQUETS MEETINGS PARTIES
A Tala-atete or a gala celebration with 3.500 erueett.
OIETARY LAWS STRICTLY observed under THE SUPERVISION
OF RABBI TIB0R H. STERN
EAUVILLE
to cover the entire federal Indent-
nificatioi law. Therefore I do not
understand why we should nol
conceded the same risjhl today,
Alien we are faced with a gap of
more than 7 billions in 1966 We
r m the meantime met the
- of the fedeial indemnifies
ii.m and restitution law with an
mtiaj of 19 billion Marks, and
proiMuVy pay another 15 l>ii
lion Marts up to 1978
"Wi anticipate that an expen-
diture of about 1.8 billions will
be necessary in 1965, as was the
case in 1*64. If we appropriate
1.9 billions for 1966 and 1967.
S hat been done in the Budget
Stabilization Law, wo do not
effect reductions vis-a-vis the
actual figures of the) two pre
viovs years as is being constant-
ly asserted, but in reality in-
crease the sums being paid out
by 100 million Marks.
"During discussions of the final
law concerning the federal indein
nificatkias law. I was told by the
associations of panes Nsaaa that
the annual burden imposed OB the
Federal Government and the
Stales was not to be increased by
the amending lav. hut .houid
merely be maintained at the same
level for further year- to come
This is just what has been echle-
ved by article it of the uduet
Stabilisation Law It provides that
we shall distribute about 7.5 bil-
lion Marks to be anticipated for
l!ti6 In 1!6 evenly over four
yean, and thus keep midway
uaiWtm tin- estimated and actual
M1I11S. '
If we take appropriate recount
of minor claims or eWJ "li l*-opie
in MIT implementing re^ulatum-
W shall come to a reasonable
srrani n S n t with the as-
sociation.-, which will do no
haim to anyone ixit will on the
CONtrarj take into consideration
iverall situation for there is
one thins; I must sax anain here
Mm- preservation of the stability
and purchasing power ol our cur
renc] is of importance not only to
US txit alao to the persecute*-* wtkS
must be interested in this j\i-1 as
much
Teachers' Group
To be Certified
Tom Adams. Secrctaiv of Stat<
lor the State of Florida, will pre
sent i formal Certificate of In
corporation to the Council "f Jew
ish Congregational Pre School
Teachers uf south Florida on
Thursday, Jen >
The presentation will Ih- made
at the installation of officers to i-
held at lemple Meimrah at B:30
p in The follow ins; officers will be
m-talled by Ixhiis Sehw art/man.
executive director of the Bureau
Mrs N'aomi Urandeis. pre-sident.
Mis Rebecca Kay. sice president;
Mi- Ruth I'enick. treasurer; and
Mrs Hebecca Stern, -ecn tar\
Mr- Murray Koretzky. soprano,
will present -01114- in Hebrew and
Yiddish, with Mrs. Berta Barnett
at the piano.
The Council of Jewish Congrega-
tional PTe-School Teachen of
Smith Florida was initiated by the
liureau of Jewish Kdut-alion in
lBflO. It has hHd workshops on
early childhood development and
.lewish content in the prv-school
for the past five years and has de-
veloped a code of practice for pre
school teachers and a certificate
for all qualified pre QChsol person
lie I
lCnerl Miller, Executive Food Oirecter PMONg: UN S-SS11
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Baroque Group
At Beth Am
Young Artists Baroque Society
of Greater Miami, a chamber mu-
sic orchestra, will present a con-
cert at Temple Beth Am on Wed-
nesday eensaanaj, Dec. 29, in the
Social Hall
Composed of 20 students be-
tween 14 and 20. the croup is un-
der the direction of B Warren j
Sisnor.
lira Bernard Goodman is chair-
man of the newly-organi/cd Music
Committee of Beth Am.
Rabbi Sol Landau blessed some ol the children of Beth Da
vid Religious School who were born in December on Shab-
bat M'vai :him last Saturday morning. Lett to right (front row)
are Mark son of Mrs. Evelyn Levitt, and Sheri. daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Murray Budner. Left to right (rear) are Barry,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Davis; Ruth, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Bilsker; and Steven, son of Dr. and Mrs. Hyman
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Nazi Sobs at Second Auschwitz Trial XKS?
Continued from Pig 1-A
hi-- postwar da) I \ lean ind
i jaiN Tears -"li"i down hia
i ontended hi only Mip-
u>lic(l f'xl .'nil ho lain for BS
[< i-atapo men stationed al the
path i imp in occupied Poland.
u<-t German popular rea
hen) over the war rrimi trial*
pad th< I osl le .....ti ma the)
fate in oth r countries waa mani-
*!> 'i in the ii attendant e al
he opening trial mmi i irhei onlj
k>'.i one fourth of -i" eta!
*!>' "iil The tri.il i- |
pet courtroo
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i niti d States
-iin ution ti -
timoi nbi' 2fl He ia So
I I'M Wollrw im of Frei Mi lo
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Ehrha-d Kroeger, a former SS
officer whose extraction to West
Germany was refused last year
by a Bolr-ina court and who has
been living in Ita'y s nee, was
reported by Italian police in
Rome this week to be in West
Germany.
.it repoii is accurate, offi
lid, Kroeger would be
the most important itnes
it, the scheduled ti ial of for
I i lestai o t! iel Her!
VYeygandl who I
week in Wupi rtal livin
name W >
ps trial "ii charges of -
, rvna ordei foi thr < 11
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accompanie I lasi Monda) bj II i
lian police officers lo an i x|
Irain Icavii i B Iz in i for W'esl
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this prot ei ure point.' i to i xpid
muii rather than I ary di
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I nited 5) nago i Youth in \\
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AOt/OATH ISRAEL 7S0' Carlyte l
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r-.ntor Abraham Sell Nl |** "'
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MltSvah FUettartl Kober, eon Of Ml 4th Av, H-a'eah Centervat.ve
M.- Imii.l Kalman R.bbi Mavinca Klein
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DonaM, aon .1 Uf nl ...r-
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k.. chu i. -ni Ratine in d

LUBAVlTCHER M NVAN. S00 Wash
.ngton Ave. OMhedoa. Rabb, Abra-
ham Korf. Cantor Ernest Fiald.

MINVONAIRES CONGREGATION
in? BrO Rd. Modern Traditional.

OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy Dr
Orthooox. Rabb, Phmaaa Weber-
m..n
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riFERETH ISRAEL WON Mr.-!
Ave Conservative RaSbi Henry
Wermck
,.-. lllv i in Swisun. K>4e'
4 a r-
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Conitrvitive Rabbi Maxwell B< r
- r Cantor Ben Otkon
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SETH DAVID 2i-Ju Sv\ 3rd Ave Con-
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Will.am Vv. Lipaon.
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Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T.
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Modern Traditional Rabbi Mia
Snjpiro Cantor 8enja i
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Conaervative. Rabb, Harold Richter
Cantor Jack, Lerner.
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FLAGLTR GRANADA. 5C NW Mat
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Gardens Rd. Rabb> Samuel R. Stone
Cantor Maurice Neu.
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liar atlUvah Stevi Robeel
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Richard M. Leviton Cantor Jerome rE,MPLf Bfc7. 2 o.. J
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TER 47 E Oakland Park Blvd K. i.,\ p Mention
Conservative Charles Oickson. pres- lips th
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HALLANOALE JEW SH CENTER
410 E Beach Blvd. Rev. Paul
Deutsch.
Dr.. So Miami. Relorni Hail'
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Micnaei
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wood 1/25 Menree St Conservat.v.
Rabbi Morton Malavsky. c.ntjr Er-
nest Ste.ner.
Synopsis o* lh- Torah Portion MIKETZ
liiv i.roih.is r>o\ before Joteph who la now thr ruler of
Ecypi
And Joseph ua.s tlif noxtinoi OVCI th- Und And
JOMphsl hrothrrn CfUM. and bowed dewn to hi in <" 426>
miketz Two yean later, Pharaoh dream) j dream in tut,
lightly different veratotia The dream lenifiod the hunjj oi
Egypt; but none oi hiv aagea could explain it atifac
Pharaoh'a butler remembered Joph'i masterly interpn-tation*
of dreams, and informed Pharaoh Joseph was hroujjht before
Pharaoh and explained the dream a* forecasting arven years
of plenty that urre to come to the land of Egypt, only to bat
succeeded b> aeveu yean oi famine
He advlaed Pharaoh to appoint a wiai uiaiaBui to collect
wheat during the yean >>f plent) ami distribute it during the
years of famine Pharaoh ap|K>inted hiniMlf to this post as his
\ iceroy.
\v Joseph had forecast, the Egyptian ttorea of hni wen
in great demand during the eeven yean ol famine Ki Ihoae
who came to buy wheat m Egypt were Joseph su^thert
Joseph recognised them, but Um > did no! know hint Joseph m,
contrived that the brothers came to Egypt a second time, bringing
Benjamin, Joseph's: full brother with them
Joseph received thm cordialh. but then he seem as though
Benjamin had stolen a gohlet, and insisted that hv ataj behind
a- a servant The brotben refuaed to abandol Bdiuamin. and
all decided to return to Joseph s home
This recounting of the Weekly Portion of fh Law it
tractod n4 based upon "Tho Graphic History of the Jewish
Heritage" odifsxl by P. Wollman Ttjmii, 51S Publisher it
Shenqoid, and the volume it available at 27 William S1.. Now
York $. N.Y. President of frit society distributing tho volume
it Joseph Schlanf.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM 4144 dix
Ave Libe*al Raoh. Leon Kronnh
Cantor David Conv.ter.
BETH TFILAH 93S Euclid Ave Or-



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K-stSETH ISRAEL
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
Monoruh Order Suggests
Our Growing Strengths
By rabbi morton malavsky an eight-da> period lb* two great
4-J E.c .0 Ave
Hebrew Lesson
Hollywood Beth Sholem
I at S ibbal h '- an the Sab
Lath nf Chanuka is one filled with
in
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A RoligipMsKilitary Cheir
A rellgTfiui fi !l1tar> choir, the
firsl of iu Jkmd in Trahal (the ls^
raeli Defense .Arms > and in the and they sine tunes of all the Jew
*hole world, is soon to be >et up ish communities.
throuRh thFnTrt'aftive of the mill Now they are learning a compo-
tary chief rtaHhiiiate
The purpose of the choir is a
TEMPLE BETH TOv 64l SW 1h
St Conaervat.ve Rabbi Ralph Z
Qliarnan
TEMPLE EMANUIL. IT01 Washing WOrld The SCTlp
ton Ave Cenaervat'va col :'nni tural port ion
l rh- mar Cantor 2v. A
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only for the relifiious ones
The choir will have a special rep
m addition (0 the
holida) reading
1- taken from the
Book ol Genesis
41 1 44 it known
kt;/ We are
aware ol
Friday e II i m tome Bibll
a 1 be |>or
tions lead (or the
past t w 0 weeks
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF GREATER Ml.
AM' 13" NE :th St Reform Rabbi
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TEMPLE JLDEA 320 Palermo Ave
Liberal Reform Pabb, Morns K.p
pe-
- -(H-ak of dreams
mt y Jacoh and J in
seph. which can
easih be
i
a i-h thought, nini' Iy
Beth ;: ShammaJ dil
.1 to the proper observi
of Chanuka I'- th Hill, i f.;t that
w<- should li| lit one randle on
first hi and add an addhu
, ^sively .,, I; .
ill with the entin
b:lKhth .11
da)
Mi 'UKKested that
with < fjei ,
fn-t night a- aejsb on,
r.., h v .,,,-.-].. .., in ut.tii a ;,
die n RMini Ofl the eiiih'h
niKht
Heoce, Beth HiUeJ foresaw th*
with the progressioa of years*
there would be a atresigtbei
Bud ^<\ encouiaKed Judaism Beth
Shammai predicted a continual
wealuning
T pi A J. -
In actual practice today, we I
the candle- in accordance with
I4MJ AMtaWSB-r
inter
pieted with treat spirituality
I temple menorah. (20 'stf St '"w w'' ',nu PaaSjrsjoh dreamink;. Beth Ihllel s conception. This
C?u*rV*t"" R***" v"'"r At"", anc' prove* to be a complete!) should strongly encourage ui
m\ materialistic dream gro from weakness to strength in
In capsule review, we recall Ja order that our dreams of the pn
ITaV. M nil". I ., atil I .1 I a .
i J reachinj! out to the magni cnl ,nu 'he future be lofty aid
x| v' tude and greatness of the heavens ^'"a' ones reaching the heavens
temple ner ta'm.d soth si and h> cl"binn the run^s of a ladder an'' Hie heighta hoped for. but
Tatum waterway Modern Tradi- Jose-ph s dream portraved the sun headmn downward or alumping as
,o*nEdwVrd<"Kf.T'" L""",* c"" moon and stars. In direcUj con- the case of I'baraoh
ertnir There are eieht members. r* "'-" ** lf .....> 'radictory thinkinR. or from the
ae^mPamed by an accordionist ^* sphere we see ,.*.
sit ion made up of themes that char
... Dre. dreaming of stalks and cows,
We can distinguish two individ
'
ual plateaus Whereas our Biblical
s.uon maoe B .. Jjther. set up ar, opt..mirtic and
acterizes various communities The] then ..ti, ..jdine: bju nopeiui goal ol heights. Phaiaoh s
setting up of thrs choir, which on TEMPLE Q r S'jntual pessimism manifested it
TartsPLa?wo?boLir jsstjsz r,f toj,ta t*- not w,,h ,he
sicsl accompaniement, will solve aamuei Asyrtt caetor n.co F.km,n heavenly or the divine, but rather .
the problem of the entertainment K* g- W'h..m-t'rs wh^h *.ldiy .r.r.iual u*,. cf Br.n Tora>,
of the soldiers in Tzahal on Shab- jaoei ,an.i. eanni> ^ .... .
hat
double one h will be a synagogue shahbat'will appe.r without mu" T\?LZtt?L. JStSTmSm^ '", h" CnW'rn' not w,,h Xh<
cho.r for the military synagotur^
on festivals, shaboat and special
prayers The choir will also appear
on the eves of Shabbat and at
Oneg Shabbat parties before the
Thii rsir it perked m to
Still lie Grtair Mi- :
ami Rjnoinicad An< ciatoon
bstSSSS of jfdturtl dp
pedfinr hen u
DR MAX LIPSCHITZ
Wi.ru n.1 Weapon
TEMPLE SiNAI Of NORT
scidiers in the regiments and not | Puhttshad by Brrtb lirrith Otamith; Teanasaeary af-te iaat nc
Now, what can this pessiblv hare ; Co"K"l"" e/ Horth Muai
h miami to do *',h isath t. Laghts- Chanuka is observed for ________ _
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Friday. December 24. 1965
* Jen t$t> Ik Page 13-A
'abbis Clarify Jews and Christmas
The Rabbinical Association of
i (.rvater Miami has issued a "Guide
por Jewish Parents Regarding
istmas." The* "Ouide" was
this week in the name of
lie Association.
Babbt Jonah Caplan. president.
Rabbi Solomon Schiff. execu-
vice president, declared that
||us is being done in order to
|it Jewish parents in the con
M|aon and conflicts which the
lay posv* for'them."

tsssl Christmas a national Sol.
day which all Jews can observe
In good conscience?
Banks ami government agencies
ate ck>M'. twit abo.e all things
Ckriatni.i- i- .i major Christian
day which cvlebrates the
I Of Jesus, tin- i. hn-tian mes-
To suggest to our Christian
that Christmas ll anything
?fiijWotild lx' presumptuous,
is is not in the -nine cate-
na Thanksgiving Day, Fourth
oly, 'Decoration Day. or any
tier Ami: ican li'ilida;. Hence
we ean At in s>>od conscience ob-
serve Christina* To lo -o i~ to
violate our religious principal?*
In Christian Clergymen and
^responsible Christian laiety
the problom?
BnbgfonsibJc Christ .in leaden
besMBUI the per\er-Mii o( the
I can't
F do
what
can
(hiistmas season and are trying to
I ) si methin| about it Christian
clergymen and laymen constantly
peak out against the commer-
cialization of the Christ ma *> cele-
bration It is a religious holiday,
nil should be regarded as such.
SOS
Would it not be the hotter part of
discretion to "Go Along" with
our Christian neighbors, even if
it moans observing Christmas?
No matter involving violations
f strong religious convictions can
-c re .ji-mV.! as trivial or minor. !
The troe spirit of Americanism
would never compel anyone to act
.n conflict with his freedom of,
conscience. Our early American
oi el .ii came to these shores '
precisely for the opportunity to
worship God according to the die
tatei of their hearts.
What about the Christmas Troe?
The Christmas tree distincti-
\ily a Christ mas symbol. Since
chriatinas is for Christians, the
Christmas tree is appropriate for
Christians only The Christmas tree
...I-. no place In the Jewish home,
nor should ai.y Jewish child be
?ompetled to participate in obsi r
.nee* involving Christmas trees.

Should Jewish children participate
in Christmas parties in the
pubiic schools?
Parties designed a* Christmas
parties or having the appearance
oi Chi istmas parties have no place
in the public school*. Winter or
..mi Slties ol a general
nature an- acceptable
Is it aDoropriate to give gifts to
Christian friends?
it is appropriate to give Christ
mas gifts to our Christian friends.
However, it is not appropriate to
present Christmas gifts to .leu*
Should Jewish children participate
in Christmas plays in public
schools?
No Christmas plays generally
portray religious themes which
have no place in a public school.
On the other hand, some schools
hold a so-called "Winter Festival"
in whih an attempt is made to
..void all religious connotations.
But it is sometimes difficult to
draw the distinction. If the parent
eels that the performance is free
ol all religious overtones, children
may certainly participate.

Should Jewish children sing Christ-
mas carols?
No. Carols, being religious |
lymns. do not belong in the public
chool. Jewish children should not
be required to sing hymns which
embody a theolog) th > do not
iCCept. Neutral songs that have
r.o religious references however,
are acceptable

Do we harm our children by di-
recting them not to participate?
No The classroom is one among
many places which reveal the ex
Istence of differences. We further
ur children's personal growth and
a'urit) bj teaching them that
they can n si e< I the faith of their
neighbor without embracing that
faith. We can clearly mark these
differences by such simple state
is as rhis is what we MOW S-HOWfrtG
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All-Day Kallah
At Beth David
An all-day kallah was hel.l at
Beth David Congregation on Wed-
nesday, with Mrs AI .1 Beer, Sis
terhood cultural vice president,
and Mrs. Maurice Kellner. chair-
man, in charge of the day.
Dr Jacob Kafcakoff, educator,
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mil their children to participate in
( hnstmas observances. This con-
tuses the children of parents who
Ho follow the thoughtful recom-
mendations of Jewish leadership.
Jewish parents will help their
children most if they (1), accept
diversity in the ranks of Jewrj
a* a normal condition in the
American environment ;(2' know
and understand the thinking of
responsible Jewish leadership and
recognize that most parents are
anxious to follow it; and (3; assure
their chiMrwi that despite the par-
ticipation of some Jewish children.
Jewish leaders have taken a strong
position for non-participation in
oh*ervances of a holiday not their
own. and that this is also their
position

Should Chanuka be celebrated in
the public schools?
No. To do so violates the Consti-
tution, use* the taxpayer's money
for sectarian purposes and jo-
pardizes the principle of the sepa-
"ii of church and state, without
which there can he no religious
; eedom
WcuW. not the entire problem be
solved joint Chiistmas and Chanuka
celebration?
\ ition f observe any sectarian
day m tlu- public school, he it
nt observance or otherwise Wc
i not correct ia arrnc bj com-
pounding the error.
Wise Chapter
Chanuka Script
Mrs Joseph White, program
vice president of the Louise Wise
Chapter. Women's Division. Ameri-
can Jewish Congress, announces
that a special Chanuka program
entitled "A Candle Lighting
Script'' was to be held at the chap-
ter's meeting on Thursday. Dec
23. 1 pm. at the Marseilles Hotel.
Musical accompaniment was to be
b) Binah Barnett.
Presiding at the program was
to be Mrs. Ruth Albuquerque,
president. Hostess for the after-
noon was to be Mrs Lillian Town-
send A special candlelight cwx-
mony was to be conducted by Mrs
Sadye Raymer. Mrs. Eva Blum,
chairman of the Commission on
I-au and Social Action, was to be
report on the recent American Jew-
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practices in the public school.
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*JeisWcr*dF#ir
Friday. December 24, 1965
Between You and Me: By BORIS SMOUR
Warburg Quits
At Helm of /DC
jhe withdrawal ol Edward
,\ M Warburg from chair
nanship of the Joint Distribution I
'omn 111tt- after holding this|
eadcrship |Kx! for some -o yean
. til he regretted not <>nl> b) Jewel
n this aeunto but too m Israel,|
Kuropc. and in all countries where
he JDC ii-is been providing relief |
nd rehabilitation Mr Warburi
ill. 11 course, as honorary chi
loael) associated witb the JDC t<- which he d<
,,-,,i mai y "i his yeai i even ui"!, he bei
. m him, tli' JDC has becomi
traditioi deepl) .....led with h;- parents. thi
elix and Frieda Warbui .. and with his grandfather,
much revered Jacob Schi/f.
I-< v. -. -1 a- he as to other Important
., u s > Jewish and non-Jewish Ed
Warburg s major interest was the Joint
Distributioi Committei Especially since his
rctun from the war front, where, .- i
the i s timed F rces be was among the first '
fitness the liberation ol the Jews from Nazi c.,m|>s
!\ the American Arm] Ha carried the burden of
he Jlx" in the most crucial yean ol Jewish history,
hen millions ol Jews were actually in need oi the
find f aid which onl> the JI>< could give them.
The rescue <>f Jews from Naii hands during the
sear-, the bringing hack to normal life of the
lews who miraculously remained ali\e in the Nazi
amps, ihe aiding of thousands of them to reach
Palestine despite British obstacles all this was
.ippermost on the mind of "Eddie, as he is af
icctioiateh called by his countless number of
(riendl wIki consider him a symbol of all that is
noble Then came the establishment of Israel and
with it the mass migration of Jews to Israel aided b)
hi' JIH'. the taking out by planes of entire Jewish
communities from Arab countries where then hie
v.is in danger, the establishment by the JDC of its
Malben program aiding aged and sick; the restor-
ation of Nad destroyed Jewish communities hi
European countries
As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAl
>io Big Hurrah
^\VER A PERIOD of four years, matt}
^ ot uj have read about the agonising
of the Roman Catholic Church in its hon-
orable efforts io effect a new and re-
specting relationship with other 1
bodies Out of this anguish ha\e
ilu- historic Vatican declarations
ligabus Libert) an I 2 tie Jew -
i he fir .ii |
plow the n o-i .. ;,s history
f ally records the saga of u* | evil to overcome
power fo: h the i. conflicts between
i. arch ;.uihorii> and temporal authority.
What follows here has to do solclv with the schema
ihe Jews. And since so much is being said and writ-
this observer promises to tr> to make only four aim-
pn points:
1. Again, we learn that pictures explain better than
>rds. The cartoon first appearing in The Heahst" and
thosi published in "Commonweal" is an admirable sum-
mary of enhghtened reaction to the Vatican move two
small boys are having that kind of Juvenile dialogue
which can easily erupt into fisticuffs Tin- lad being bc-
raied is aparently Catholic And ihe second DO) is saying
t.. the fir-t "You former Christ killer"
Thus do we clean up our language, What about our
b< bavior'
2. Mature Jewish Judgement Would we not agree
it n is awkward and somewhat embarraaeing tor
thanghtful Jewisli observers to give frank reactions, .i-
r- o' the National Catholic Welt..re Council* Social Action
Inpartment: "If jroa like n. say so; if you don't like it
a* so... 1 would like thai to be the pattern of our re-
lationship" Weil, we all n the deep sincerity of
ladaratioi authors and promulgaton v-t we know
in our uontt.s tliat iln-s.- authon can never graap the enor
ii ly of the wrong that cvnlurics of New Testament teach
nave inflicted H|X)ii J. ws Honesty compels Us to MJ
"Yes, this is a tiant forward step In amaxinj coi
to the Fourth Liiteian Council strictures against the
Jews of the 13th century There has been a great todo
for 2.000 years*about the dramatic trial and shameful
killing of one man (Jesusi Measure the tears shed for
that tragedy with the sorrow not M much hi Chris
tian circles, but in Jewish families over the murder
of millions of fewfl because << religious teachings Fur
ther, please do not be In-muled by the public relations
sptsta who throw their hats in the air and shout hurrah
with barely a first reading of the schema
3. Of all Christian reactions that of The Christian
Century strikes us as the most penetrating Since Jews
Mre the ones who haw suffered through the centuries
from the church's teaching that all Jews are guiltv of
deiride.' it is foe Jews to say whether this new Human
Catholic poaitiasi pleases th.ni
Our Film Folk:
By HERBERT G. LUFT
New Honor for Marlene Dietrich
Holly wood
SkSARLENE DIETRICH received!
" this week the Medallion ol
Valor ..I the Stale of Israel at the*
Salute to Israel Dinner arranged ^
b) Victor M Carter, the head of
Republic Pictures, in the Embassy
Room of the Los Angeles Hotel
Ambassador In in-half of the local
Bonds Committee
Miss Dietrich not onl) is the first woman I i
so honored: she i- also the first German to ret
sued .i decoration from Israel The rarel) bestowed
distinction was presented to her "in n
her courageous adherence to principle and consist
, rd of friendship for Ihe Jewish people.' at
to John C Beat Israel Bond chairn ol
Past recipients ol Ihe Me
\ or haw tea poel I
anist \ i liburn, violinist Isaac Stem actoi Ed
ward G Robinson and archa< and rabbi Di
Nelson Glueck
Miss Dietrich, who expresses s keen interest in
the bond program's efforts lo strengthen the Is
reel eci my, has been man) limes a guest perform
er in the Holy Land Next February, she is return
t< Israel foi personal appearances in Jerusa
lem and at the Frederic Mann Auditorium in Tel
\vn While enthusiasticall) received In Israel and
throughout the whole world. Miss Dietrich has been
rejected b) the ultra chauvinistic elements of her
home country, b) those with pro-Nazi leanings who
could not forget her determined "no" when littler
Goebbeto begged her to return to the father-
land in IMS.
Marlene Dietrich, whose outward appearance
and inner spirit spell eternal youth, has been on
i in the limelight of EurOfVS lit
iarets for almost 40 (ears, malting her mo
picture debut in the silent days in Berlin op
i Dieterle When sound was added Ui
ihe screen image, she ci In two of Fritz
KortJiei epid under the direction of Maurice Tour
r.eur and (.uitia Bcmhardt. before pioducu hrirh
I'otnmer and Josef von Steinberg selected her for
in the filmi.ation of
Helm < Blue v : la that
ed her to world fame i to a Hollywood
act
tcr of
a i ;" i t of an old a;. i
nil) Miss Dietrich, durin I Wu II
became Ihe beloved idol of the Vm .ear. all battlefronts across the Riot* where she enter
tamed oui '".v- on bei i SO touts Visiting Genuanj
'el Its -III I end, at I ai 0 she
shunned the military and i-ca ed patriotic circle
of her home coutrj but associated bet self with outspoken ant Nazis as Erich Maria Remanpsa, the
author of "All Quiet on the Western Front
Copifol Spot light:
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
Uncle Sam's Enemies Get More Aid
U ashington
a viet conc militar) delegation, the
** honored guests of Syria, have peered
through binoculars across the Jordan
into Israel and discussed prospects for
guerrilla warfare against Israel
President Nasser of Eg] pt has
landed Communist Viet Namese forces
killing American soldiers Within the
last iVw weeks \asM-r has reaffirmed
Arab determination to destroy Israel
Nassei is purchasing the latest Soviet jets, tanks, and
SAM missiles The Egyptian economy faces bankrupt
0 I af the beav) Egyptian militar) buildup
Nevertheless, a Wbiea House decision has been made
to extend considerable new aid to Kgypt to fill deficits
created In Egyptian military expenditure- The ail will
Ik- in the form of wheat and other foodstuffs; although
1 ;'t has ihipped her own nee to ( omniunist China
The American decision to resume aid to Nasser came
at a time when Americans are dying to protect South
Viet Nam from Communist aggression Nassei bad only
days "preparations lo fact the em
and the "liberation oi Palestine He openl) proclaimed
Vrab revolutionary forces an aide to confront the
decisive liquidation of Zionist danger This i. oui kdeol
The "Beirut Daily Star" carried the headline "Naa
a i < lies Arah Plan for eliminating Israel "
But the State Department reported that the Arabs
were more moderate Aid to Egypt was described b) H
w Komer. deputy special assistant to 1'iesiuet.t Johnson
for National Security Affairs, as a policv "best calculated
to preserve |>eace and stability in the Near Fast "
The White House made known that President John
son wa> mindful of Israels precarious situation but de
euled that aid to Egypt would help relat batJHaMH and
bung about a reduction in the anus race Mr Johnson
acted on the strong recommendation of the Secretary
of State."
Washington is certainly aware of the latest develop
mania in the Near Bast Intelligence officials have advised
the White Houv that Chinese CommunUts military ad
(risen and a Viet Cong delegation arrived in Syria in
November as official guests They know that the visitors
weu- taken to the Israeli border by the Syrian Army
The State Department has seen the joint common:
u.uc in which the Syrians and Viet Cong rt presentatives
pledged full support against Israel a< the "tool of lm
periaUgnV' and for "putting an end to old and new Ii
perialiam throughout thr world "
Meanwhile the official Cairo Radio has broadcast in
treble throughout the Neai East the identification of
with the Viet ion.; causa The Egyptians voieed
elation at American losses
one Cairo broadcast said the material and moral
losses suffered by Ihe United States cannot possibly i-
equated with anv American victory, which fact
be achieved against the fighting \i.-t Namese pcople
can officials realize thai very well, but have Un
fortunately turned the war into a question of dignity
They consider that acceptance of peaceful solutions and
implementation of the Geneva conference resolutions on
Iidocluna would constitute a stab against this dirit>
Today's Thought: By DR. SAMUEL SILVER
Fabulous Cruise on the Caribhe
an
CABULOUS IS an adjective I
seldom use But there is no i
more accurate word to describe
recent cruise on the Israeli
ship, the SS Shalom Nwvei have
I been nearer to heaven, to employ
a phrase that \ Irita, but m this
case, right
I had heard atnnit the 7a\d
Company luxury liner, and I had
read the ads. but reality outdid the blurbs as mv
wife and I and several hundred oth.:- sen
pared on .. t i i p that took us to Hi. Carribean
amidst sumtuous splendor and service that was su
perl)
You simph cant exaggerate the beaut) of the
ship, a- fine a anv in the world The modem ait
work itself can keep you enthralled for days on
and And vou cant overstate tin- Elysian feeling
inspired hy the gloriOUI decor, the mouthwatering
food, the three swimming pooh), the first-clast: en-
tertainment, the three night clubs, the three
chcMras. the free dancur; kssaons, the duty free
shopping center, the elegant theatre, the goli range
the shuffle board and pingpong tournaments the
beauty and barbershops, the large kiddies' room
the resourceful fun and game prises, the closed
Ion pragraas, the piped in music, the
the exquisite library,
the spacious lounges and the snndecks where at
tendants are forever bringing vou towels, food and
drinks
And enchanting ti. ,.nllIr ,,,;,. ta ,hf u.
raeli ell
U is visdde m ihe tearing of the staff and
f** u*Hfd. highly affable and i ilnsan
) eff:,ie,t The) serve you hand and mouth, but
""s '" ....."'" to talk io ihe prafesatoaol en
tcitainmeol is cosmopollUn, but s.,.Wers and niinni
uuu throa ,., UrnaU JIld Vldtli>n touclH.> v%h|ch
stif the heart, us ,ii ,. f(H1, ,. llKris slaJ
wan and com,H-u-n<. fill >oll Hlln ,miratl(in ln
their mogetevaued uniforms and epaulettes The
commander ....., .a| ^^ K|, ,.,,,H.n;
;. ;'.""1"' "" "> vivacious Enn mambar
til hard to pull vou, M-lf awa> from an, of them At
wi. ',"" OKl,1U' >ou tt,,h "Htrtnaiaa that
Will spoil you for a long n. com,. Aroum|
2 II. rrenoh and Kngl.sh a.isla.iotis.. and the lang-
1 "' Holv \\,,t esSBBSSJ vividiv ,,,.


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frtfJ^WfW CJA Sets Drive G<>al for '66
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hpf USY and board members of the Sisterhood of Tem-
pi* fihnth Jacob were entertained at a Chanuka party last
week at Ik* home of Rabbi and Mrs. Maurice Klein. 5939 SW
12th St Shown al Ihe function are Saul Silverman. Elaine Wil-
kCt>. Cheryl Albert, Allen Greenberg and Dianne Mohel.
i's Club Elects Officers
lilcnonih Men's Club was huhtini! of the candles Fach child
it- annual father and was I receive I Chanuka Rift, and
_jr on Tnurvia> evening a special entertainment featuring
Secial Hall, according to Micbeiline and Goffos and their
Krovntz preaidenl wonderful world of puppets was to
ning .i- to Ih'umi uith the v presented.
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Kisla* |i I- ol vital importance
t" us that our goal be one that ful-
the need.-, of our agCDCM in
the community and of the lined
Appeal and its agencies serving
men. women and children in Is-
rael and 30 other countries over-
seas
Although the lirrw; goal is $126,-
t"t,ii above last year's, the figure
is misleading Actually. CJA work-
11- nrfll have to raise about S200 -
OOO more m ] \< ng< Approximately $75,000 in
annual losses is figured in death-.
out-of-town transfers and inability
of some to give to the campaign.
"We realize that our yoal must
be realistic and achievable," Lip
ton saui. -The success of our Com-
bined Jewish Appeal and the im-
portance of surpassing our goal
can be shown through our allot a
tions made to CJA conatituent
agencies following the successful
1!K drive ."
The 1966' campaign goal was
baaad on a report by a special
committee organized by the Jew-
ish Federation who studied the
needs of the eight local agencies
According to the committee's
report, "at least $53,000 more is
needed in 1966 just for the local
agencies to maintain and conti-
nue their programs.
in low. when the United Jew
ish Appeal and it- agencies ex
peel to n -cue and res,.tile the
largest number of immigrants than
in) time since World War II.
the importance of achieving our
friendship Club
Chanuka Party
Golden \ Friendship Club ol
iter Miami VM and WHA will
hold its annual Chanuka part) Sun-
day. 2 )i in at the Y H.'xHt s\\
8th St.
Boris Cutler, president of the
club, announces that the program
will feature a presentation of "A
Light to Live By." featuring the
Settlor Citizen's Drama and Choral
Groups under the direction Of Mrs.
Rita Schoenberg. drama Instruc-
tor.
Appearing will be Minnie Ruben-
stein. Sarah Braun, Annie Bloom.
Ada and Maurice Abrams. Esther
Gordon. Pearl Gross. Ida Simons.
Rebecca White. Ethel I^edcrman,
Sam Dee!. Harry Cohen, Florence
Rosenbaum. Sophie Provisor. Min-
nie Albert. Florence Reese. Pauline
and Ralph Smith. Celia Kawaller,
Lena Kelter. Bessie Franklin. Ann
Roaeiuwelg, Ethel Jamel. Essie
Taub Rose Alpert. Ann Burger
and Morris Kalentie/ Rebec-
i and lack Goodfriend, Grace
Kuill Bi Iranofi im Auer
Bi rrin.
1 can be readily seen." Kislak
-aid.
Lipton said the increased goal
also i- based on the fact that "the
I nited Jewish Appeal will lose
about s 17.000.000 in German re-
parations, and the money has to
he made up to continue services
for immigration and other net*
lities in l.-rael."
In all funds from the Combined
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Miami. Florida. Friday, December 24. 1965
Sectior. 3
Miami Beach Mayor Elliott Roosevelt and Hadas.ah officials
:nwlly open the Jewish women's organization winter center
.: 337 Lincoln Road Mall. The center gives information en local
iadassah activities to members visiting Miami Beach during
:e winter season. With the Mayor (frrm left) are Mrs. Alfred
1 uvin. national representative in charge of the center; Mrs.
Jerald P. Soltz. president of the Florida Region <~f Hadassah:
ind Mrs. Nathan Barth, Miami Beach Chapter president.
Council Plans Mid-Year Meeting
Greater Miami Section, National
Council o| Jewish Women, will
hold Its mid year membership
meeting on Wednesday noon. Jan.
5. at the Carillon Hotel.
Mrs. William I Brenner, presi-
dent of the Section, said that "Pol
traits Large as Life," a film dedi-
cated to the people of the world
who can- for the world's people.
will be featured on the program.
Speakers will include Mrs
Peggy Hart Leverton, volunteer
leader fellow from London, and
lrvm H Sebindler, Florida coor
dinator f->r the I'niter Nations
Association.
Purpose i>f our meeting will be
Greater Miami Section- way <>f
benoring the United Nations and
stimulating local community in-
terest in its workings,' Mrs Bren-
ner de< tared,
MRS. WILLIAM BfffNNfft
Mrs Irvine L We.xlcr. Se t
vice president of public affair- .-
chairman of the day, Mrs '/.<
is Section vice president of r >m-
bership Mrs lack Chernau is 5ee
tion program chairman
Charles Feinberg is Setion a. w
gements chairman
Divisions participating are Bay
Division, Mrs Robert Clulds
it; I oral l>i\ ision Mrs. I
:-< hneiderman, presidi nt; Ev<
Division, Mrs Peter Hornik,
sident: Indian Creek Division, .
M.lti n Gross president; Isl -
Divisions Mrs Robert Somei -'
pi' -i lent Lincoln Division,
Elsie Schwabe, president; Si s
Division, Mrs Larry Hoffi i
Bidi South Dade Dh
-. Bui i v i > president
home of Dr. and Mrs. Louis Lemberg. 5430 Riviera Dr.,
oral Gables, provided the selling for an Art for Heart'- ex-
o:t and reception last Sunday, benefiting the Heart Associc-
n of Greater Miami. More than SI,000 was iaised through
.e sale ot paintinqs which will go to support the Association's
:r-round program of research, education and community
:vice. Chairman for the gala benefit atiau was Mrs. Lem
: Committee members assisting Mrs. Lemberg were Mrs.
Dallas St. Mary, Mrs. Lila Cosiango and Mi. Michael Schlazer.
:ty pieces of art. including paintings and sculptures by ten
al artists, were offered for sale. Shown admiring a group
the pairtmgs are (left to riqht) Dr. and Mrs. Martin S. Belle
.d hosts. Dr. and Mis. Lemberg.
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will mean mon to
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i -t look at one and
umchild. three year
irttinR in fioni New
II with her mother Bunnv
..lehiatc Dora's 80th
I ocalite- loiniliR the
are daughter Kuth For
I son Stanley

ula> -ravin for Mrs
'/ of the Allison Ho
IhlSJt -i-ters visit
II staying at the
New names on the
"> are Mrs Saul
Mrs Anna H Lt
dlta 1.1. and Mrs.
*an. Berfra Beach.
oa> featlvttWa tar
ml Herman, of the
\partments. includes
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ih. ii two pre-schoolers Mona Rae
and 1-iny .Mien Bob and El
lin Beth Bresslei traveling from
Chicago for the double wedding
of twin cousini Marcia and Ber
nice Pearl on Dec 26 Talent
ed Ellin Beth, well known to Chi
caco audi-nces for her many ap-
pearances in community theatre,
will sing the familiar sentimental
lose songs at the afternoon cere
mony

Col Ami GUadi, wife Ruth, and
their three sonv si\ Eyal and
That, of lleeisheba Israel, are
guests of cousin- Mr and Mrs
Albert Weinb.ru. 1010 Euclid
Ave Other local cousin- the
Giladis are seeing include Kahhi
and Mr- Joseph Narot Mi- Rho
da Levlne Mrs Sarah Chaxanol
Mr and Mr- Lotdl LebowitX, Mrs
Bm Bom Mi and Hn Lewis
Mandel. Mr and Mr- Amic Gold
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Friday. December
W Youth Take Part At Emanu-EI
Lazarus Group of Hcdassah celebrates Henri-
etta Szold Founder's Day with a luncheon at
the Eden Roc Hotel. Mrs. Nat Barth. chapter
president, was guest speaker at the Monday
function. Standing (left to right) are Mesdamej
Marking off reserved seats section for the Hebrew Academy
PTA theater party Monday niqht at the Lincoln Theater are
(left to right) Mrs Harry Rosenberg. Mrs. Samuel Rosner. PTa
president; Mrs. Leonard Adler. theater parly chairman; and
Ray Sinuk. co-chairman. Proceeds from the premier showing
of "The Agony and the Ecstasy" will go toward maintaining
the Academy's library.
Jack Spatz. Baer Zuckerbraun, lack Wolfstein.
president. Benjamin Linder. Harry Kaston
chairman of the day. and William Kaufman.
Committee (not shown1 are Mesdames Norman
Meyers. Saniord Jacobson and David Duckov.
Rabbi Kronish
To Talk Sunday
Kafobi Leon Kronikh. spiritual
laadaf of TMspii Beta Sbolom, will
be futured speaker at a brvakfast
meeting sponsored by the Com-
Urivd Jewish Afpeal Coamittec
of Point Vien Ninth lor th- IMS
cam pa
Thf breakfast will be hcl.l in tin
high ri < community room itart
I 10 .1 m on Sunday, Jan 9.
art'onlim: to co-chairmen, Nathan
Newman and Robert M Kobttm-
< immittee memben art Man
rice Kbelson Larrj Blue, Julian
Sigmund Eisenberg, llenrj
i raok I>r Marvin HunmeL Prank
Ron Sidney Rudolph and Arthur
Schaffi
Durini; FrkUj cveninp services
at Templo Kmanu-Kl. dedicated to I
cottage \outh. l)r Irving Lehrmun
will prrach on A General
Search "
Participants in the service will^
he Klicxia. daughter lrs Meyer Deutsrhmaji. a senior
at Kmon l"imerit>: Michael,
son of Dr. and Mrs. Sherman R.
Kaplan, a .senior at Vandorbtlt L'ni-
rersjty; Btavaa D.. mmi at Mr. and
Ho Leo Kobioson. a freshman at
the School of Law. Boston I m
viTMt>. and Linda, daughter of
Mr. and Mr Leo Kokeach. a sen
tor at (ornell Lniven.il>
on Tuesday at 10:30 am. Dr.
Lehxrnan vill CT'Ct the college
students at a brunch and buzz m--
sioii in Sirkin Hall at the Temple
HostOSMi will be members of
the Sisterhood who sponsor the an-
nual event, under the leadership
Library to Add
5,000 Volumes
M l- added to the Hebrew Academy
1-ibrary during the current sthool
year, Mrs. Sam Kosner. PTA presi-
dent, has announced
With the opening of a complete
limh school for girls, a new scc-
ondarj section will he install -0 for
the exclusive use of the high school
students The secondary book sec-
tion w ill include volumes of litera-
ture, math, science, and research
materials,
Mra Morria Waldman, PTA li-
brar) chairman, has revealed that
is the major fund-raising pro-
the school library. This
party will i>< hi id
. the Lincoln Theatn on Di
I i \-'in> and the En
t- -:
: Adler, tl i
rman, has reported t
numbi r i ed tick* (a
kiollie Kahaner Sisterhood
On Tuesday, tin Molhe Kahaner
Sisterhood of Beth Torah uill host
the college luncheon with Rabbi
Max Lipx-tut/ and discuss the
problems of the Jewish college stu-
dent.
Chonuka Party
At Beach T
Golden Age Friendship Club of
Miami Beach held a cala
Chanuka party and luncheon Sun
day. 1 p.m. at the YM and V/HA,
1536 Bay Rd
President of the Miami Beach
Golden Age Friendship Club,
which n.' eta n ulai Ij ..i the ym
and wiia i- Morris1 Epstein, who
was recently awarded the kej to
the Cit) dI Miami foi "outstanding
work m bringing the musical, la
Night, to the Da l< i ount>
Entertainment was provided
h\ members <>t the Senior Citizens'
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+Je n/*A fkrifar
Page 3-B
Noted Jewish Educator Tells Mesivta
Youth Today Lacks Set of Moral Values
Noted philosopher and Jew
educator Dr Marvin Fox. told
e Hun firm people last weed
thai 'our 5oath is bewikk ied poi
I and lacking ;i set "f \ a
P3 which i'i guide their lit-
Dr Fox spoke at the Fontaine-
hleau Hotel, addressing the annual
dinner ot the Mesivta of Greater
Miami, a sensor high school for
boy- ('"[11111111111; a Hebrew and
a< ntamic educational program,
Chairman of Ohio State I Diver
Sity's I'hilosphy Department. Dr
P*OX laid lli.it hi- experience \\ ltt\
College youth has proven thai "stii
'tents with a religious orientation
have healthier orjtlook on lifi
arc better disciplined morallv ami
"i ,'ll\. and are rarer) identified
with the radical movements in
: us life
Honored at Sunday night's
function were Mr. and Mrs. Max
Cohen, Mr and Mrs. Charles
Kalb. and Mrs. Samuel Zaager.
('hairing the < enii i i l>
man P Gaibut local attornej and
< n lc leader Pn sentin p a<
oi recognition to the guests of hon-
or was Ratal Berel Wein, spiritual
leader ol Che Beth Israel Congi
gation. and vice president ot the
Mesivta,
Also addressing the function
were iiahhi Joseph Raekevsky,
Rabbi David Lehrfleld, Rabbi
Sheiwln Btaubev and Rabbi Alex-
ander S. Gross), principal of tlie
Mesivta
DaoM (iallnrt. Sentor at tK*t-h
school, spoke on behalf of the
dent txvh
Bikun Cholim Program
\ i hanuka program w i held
h> the Bikur I holim Jewi
I
i i Hole! last week
P m Mr* Josei h Keisi is |
One ol the highlights of the annual Ambassa-
Ball is a colorful ceremony which serves
:s a symbolic bridge between the young peo-
ple of Florida and the State of Israel. This is
e presentation of young ladies-come-of-age
lo the Ambassador of Israel and the Gov-
ot of Florida under whose patronage the
-:11 is held. This year's function will take
ice Sunday evening. Dec. 26, at the Fon-
lebleau Hotel. To be presented are (seated
Mrs. Glickman
Heads CJA Unit
Mrs A I. (BOSS?] Glickman. of
'ami Beach, has bevn named
e -airman of the Initial Gifts DM-
. of the Women's Division ol
, 1966 I ombincd Jewish Appeal.
Ciu-Wman. lung active in
( \ programs, is a member of the
paijrn -Cabinet of the Greater
it ish Federation, ami last
v/ai Miami Beach chairman
, CIA's women s group,
ba participated in initial
for mariy rears. Including a
ling rpie in the CJA imperial
ie campaign as part of the
rise division.
r
-eoLDnifiiB"
can't
I do
what
Xi!AH
can
v
front) Betty Ann Bright; (seated second row)
Lillian Danziger and Marcy Miller; (seated
thud row) Edelle Gail Schick and Dorothy
Ann Goldstein; (standing clockwisel Renee
Beryl Goldlarb. Michelle Stone. Dorothy Eda
Goldstein. Toby Iris Cavell. Cheryl Marcia
Kaplan, Judith Sherry Falk. Melinda Woskow
and Linda Siegel. Not shown are Pamela
Ann Heyman. Linda Kanowitz, Bar bra Ann
Wahl and Sandra Fern Wohl. (See Page 2-A).
JWV Entertains
Yets in Hospital
At Coral Gables
Department of Florida. Jewish
War Veterans and Ladies' Auxili-
ary, held its annual (hanuka pro-
gram Tuesday in the auditorium
ol the Veterans Hospital in Cora!
Gables.
Kabbi Alfred Waxraan and the
Temple Eton Choir, conducted bj
Mrs Marjone Frei. explained the
meaning of Chanuha In words and
music.
All patients received a (hanuka
gift and were entertained bj Mrs.
Henrj Balaban accompanied bj
Hurt Duckman, and Chet Gale,
uith Deeva Solve at piano.
Commander for the Department
of Florida is Jack Herman Presi-
dent of the Ladies \u\ihar> for
Florida is Mrs Irving Cooperman.
party was arranged by Mr and
Mrs Nat Brown. Veterans Admin-
MtJ. A. L. GMCKMAN
OR7 Cfrantffco Party
Miami Business and Profes-
sional ORT will have a Chanuka
party on Tuiilaj evening at the istration volunteer Service, repre
home Of Minna Krams. 4331 Sheri- tentative* for the l\\\ and ill BUS
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The Public
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To Hear Our Visiting Rabbi
GERALD KAPLAN
Who Will Conduct Our
Late Friday Evening Services
TEMPLE
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CANTOR
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And Choir Will Chant
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Friday. December 24
deis in the I .\<> opment Fund campaign
:he Greater Miami YM and WHA at c re-
I dinner at the "Y." 8500 SW 8th St., form-
Wcstbrooke Country- Club, are 'left to
it Mr. and Mrs. Paul Paske president, Mr.
Miami Girl
On Television
. \ i i 4 will present an
-; lacular, The
> Queen on Friday, 7 a m .
Hans Christian Onderson on
, | ption written bj i\an
eer al the Merrj I i
Playi ( iral Gables
l .i i r plaj the
ter ol Mr and Mrs
; Miami, she
pleted ::" "' heril
I" at Con Gables I
> hei she is < senior S
has Bring in Hansel
Crete for the past I
wetks at the r ise
next public appearance will
D vid i ation
rntal ol Come
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dj baa been appearing on
l..,-e Playhouse and WTVJ for
<**t luu years almo.st every
and Mrs. Leon Kaplan, chairman pro-tern of
the campaign. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Ha:
vice president, and Mr. and Mis Norton I
lot, vice piesident.
Chanuka Party
Slated Sunday
Workmen Brai I BBS
and Women's < lub oi M
Beach will noM I
Chanuka part) on s" laj 6 p m
at 25 Wai V1"-
Program will u
by th -
e Chorus sical
. tion oi l'. > omi n
Mdor l
pvemn i Dinner will bi
No. Dade Chapter
Meeting Tuesday
North Dade Chapter. B'nai
th Women, ill hold it > last
for 1963 on Tueodan even
ing at Washington Federal. 699
87th St
ram will be a "Common
S' Quiz" with prizes for hmh
Entertainment will in' pro
bj j college folk ain
P.
HINDI fOKl*
Democratic Club
Elects Officers
Louis Storch has Ken fleeted
tfcdtnl of the Bis*a>ne Demo
cratic club
F.lected with him were Peter P
Heller first \ce president. LOUIS
SaiiHM>l>, seond vice president;
Kutii Schwartaberc recording ae
c ret.it y. David Hubsh, financial M
cretary Joseph Rieger treasurer.
Ann Coltunik, corresponding ae
cretary; and Hi Liebowiti -
ant at arms
Installation dinner ot officers
will l>c held at the Algiers Hotel
15
Sculptor Offers
Classes at T
Zena Posever national!) famous
artist and aculptor, is now
ducting apecial classes for ama-
teurs at tin YM and WHA of
Greater Miami at H.Siki Stt 8th St.
Classes are beiiiK held e\cr>
-lay from K to 12 noon, and
from 1 to 3 pm The early class
features tin sing
The later aessioi is concerned with
ceramic aculpture
Miss I'osever ha- helit ona-wosa
an shows m various cities through
omI the country, from Miami Beach
to Boston Exhibitions ol her paint
inga and aculpture have been
at the Pennsylvania Academj oi
Fine Arts, the I owe G alter) lit
Miami
Blue Star Slates
Get-Togefhers
This Weekend
Hlu.- SUl I <- <- Hender-or.
rtUe, \ i will hold Its annual
,ettoge Miami area on Saturdaj at the
Hollywood Beach Hotel, beginning
,i : pm and on Sundaj Dei IS,
H Soecl r H..II. Beth David Syna-
, beginning at 2 pm accord
to announcement by the co
bunders and Uiatham, Herman
and Harry Popkin, of Atlanta, (ia
We extend a cordial invttav
uon." th. Popkin brotlaen
sjipera, parents and
fi lends to join US U> see our I!**}
camping aeason movies to discuss
nut program with a iir
nd to ran Mn*e
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We an- able trw I'opkim
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"(hanuka' was tl, >,
tenaral meetini < ?< A'
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> **?# Taqe :-3
South Dade Theatre Party
< I" ater Miami Section of Na-
ol Jew I>ll WOI
S mUi I'll' I'.'. isioi held it-
iii,.ii < hi! lren*s theatre part\ .ii
Junior High S< hool
i wit presented.
Oi red childrei wen in-
i.om !'i>' l) inbar Eh mcnl
..nil Mm inlit.il> Si '
.. i : i
The production was put on by
the "Soap Box Theatre
young drama students atter
Miami-Dade Junior College .nil
ralmetto Junior High
Proceeds frum the affair, at-
, lb) over i.r>" h
neled to tin
Lox : ind
\ Box
the I
Se<'. m pi i's ;i nl i> Mn
. I Breni
Chanuka Gift Presented
(in Wednesday, Ink .m
It rith Girls presented ;> han
broidi red Sal bath tablecloth
Chanuka gift in t11 Jewish I
for thr Aged
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At a UCCtiil>rul new memVor luncheon of the
Women's Division of the American Technion
Society at the DiLido Hotel last week are (left
ght' Mesdames Flora Sinick. who received
crwurd for enrolling the most new mem
frudy Hamerschlag, life membership
chairman; David Pcnve. who gave the invoca-
tion; Milton Sirkin. president; Jack Katzman.
membership vice president; Nan Cohen, pro-
gram vice president; and Meyer A. Baskin.
president of the South Dade Chapter.
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Mollie Kahaner Sisterhood of Beth Torah Con-
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ts last meeting by exploring "The Wonderful
World oi. the Brothers Singer." Shown plan-
ning the meeting cue seated (left to right)
Mesdames Tames Baruch, Frank Kautl. books,
library, and publications chairman; and Mrs.
Adrian Kaufman. Standing are Mesdames
Stanley Cohen, Abraham Gittelson. and Mr.
Abraham J. Gittelson. who review books by
I. J. Singer and Isaac Bashevis Singer. Sam
Fox. and Ben-Zion Kirschenbaum. Not pictured
is Mrs. Manny Marcus.
RING IN THE
Sunshine Chapter Card Party Here Next Tuesday
A luncheon arid card party will
&V hell Tuesday noon. Jan 4 .it
Washington Kedi-ral. ? NE l7Ui
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Sponsorina UK luncheon are the
iwmsj members of Sunshine
Chapter. B nai B'rtlh, in celebra-
D< anniversaries or birthdays
Mrs Alfred Mandel, Mrs Morris
Bernstein, Mrs lljrr> Nudetman,
Mrs .iii"mi Meisner, and Mrs.
Mark Stern
Mi- Jack Hoffman, chairman,
will be In charge of reservations.
Chanuka supper and party bald
by the chapter on Sunday at the
Surfside Community Center wj-.
Chaired by Mrs -lack Dresner is
listed by ticket chairman. Mrs
Samuel Rabson, president. Mrs.
Frank Burn, and the committee
members
Mrs Morris Wilson. Mrs M i
ns Bernstein, Mrs Milton Wein-
here. Mrs .lack Cioldbert. Mrs
Harry ROSS Mr- Beatrice Wittier.
An llenj Henen, Mrs Benjamin
Miller, Mrs \aioii Abreben, Mrs
Rett) Grossman, Mrs Aided Man
lei, Mrs Rebecca Sllverman, Mrs
Mark St< rn, Mrs. Ann Better
Mrs, Thomas D. Friedman was
in charge of publicity
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Friday. December H. 1995
... ^Mbout f^coplc and pu
Gables Officials Greet New Rabbi
Fco.
aces

THE FIFTEENTH ONE
IVIla ami Max \|>plcbaum no* have -irand-
child No 15 Lisa Jill is the newest addition to
the family <>( Dr and Mn Bernard Mareie) Ap
nlehaum Sister I aura welcomed the new baby
with open arm- In between running to sec the
tab) Delia 1- working like a Trojan furnishing
their new apartment in Sea toast South
WOMEN IN POLITICS
Centerpiece* of red. while and blue flowers.
!i_htcd red candles and little brown paper don
kie- set the tone for the lir>t installation lunch
! the Adlai Stevenson DemiH-ratic Women -
club Sophia >t the day. who ia expecting a Joseph or a Jody
any minute, snared Judce Milton Friedman, who
was attending the Footlt^htcr-i luncheon to -in;;
-- v: erica !> Mrs i ouia Glassei
the Den president was delighted with her offi-
the luncheon and the turnout S(
Mrs Dale S I Miller, who wa* panonal repre
>-ntati\e to lady Hud during the President John
-.1:. caanaangn, insists thai Washington is a woaa
world Included among the women attending
the luncheon were Mr- Meyer Brilliant. Mr- Da
vui Bolton, Mrs Albert Dubbin. Mrs ufent
Weiss \!:- KUiot Roose\elt Mrs. Austin Burke.
Ilrs Hendrife Bern-. Mrs Claude ppcr Mr<
Ir\ir^ Ooopennaii. Mr- .Iocph ljpfcr. Mrs. Jo-
-eph Shaw mut Mrs. Benjamin Uladuin. Mrs. Lou
1- Rogovin, Mrs Andre Biaknki, Mr- Daniel
Seal Uellei and Mr- Ben Hammerman
OUR FATHER THE INDIAN
Charles. Alan and F.liot Treister didn't know
whether to greet their father. Kenneth Treister.
with a war w hoop when he came home weannc
his new Indian shirt or simply to congratulate
him a- their mother. Helyne. did Kenny was
111st made a member of Iron Arrow, honor soci
etj at the University of Miami
THIS IS YOUR LOVE
Annette and Rabbi Merita Kan-on have bean
jd 39 years Florence and Fred Bloom and
Reyna and Alex Youncerman spearheaded a -in
prise dinner party grtea tor them l>> their friends
at Hurricane Harbour Gladys, and Key na put on
-kit. "This is Your Love." ka Mead of This la
Your Life." Many oldtime friends, were there, in
eluding the man who introduced them. Herbert
Kohaer Beatrice Mrs Morton) Sickles, with
whom Annette had gone to camp when they were
nine as well as Harriet Mr- Sol Wenrich. with
whom -he look rf firing lessons Everyone had
some -,i>. including Bea Mrs I M 1 Wein
Stein, who rented Shakespeare ia a more riiodvrn
version and Mina Mrs Sam Stone, who pre-
sented the Kan.-ons with a color television from
her friends and children. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ft
linger and Mr and Mrs. Albert Hus* were there.
a- well ..- (ai!> 11 and Jesse Hose, who have just
rd into their new apartment id Sea Coast
Town- South With them were Mr. and Mn
David Levey, "ho have recently moved here from
California It was in California that they had met
the Ran-on- Franc** LeHmjn
Branches Hold Varied Programs
Workmen's Circle Branch 6*02
held installation of new officers;
on Sunday. 7 p.m
Ttr Branch 1- the oldest in
C.poater Miami of the national
f.-aternai organnution. currently
cciobntinji iu U5th year
Max <;fcrtberman. secretary of
toe Sotithem District of Work-
man's Circle, was installing offi
n r
Itfficcm for 1966 are Harry
.vl.uldiner. financial secretary;
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Arthur GeBer, treasarer; Martin
Stein, recording secretary. Isidor
Cohen, corresponding secretary
and Max Zimmerman, hospitaler
Executive board are Sol Block.
Sidney Borrnstein, Mrs Sarah
. Gold. Mr. and Mr*. Saro Levine.
I R levine Mrs Anna Richter
Nathan RosenfeM. Hynian Simon
and Mrs Morris Tuhler.
Lyceum Committee are Sol
Block Arthur Oiler. Mrs Sarah
t.oid. Martin Stein. Abe Mai. nko
Sidney Borenstein. Max Zimmer-
man. Mrs M Tiahler
Finance Committee are Martin
.. Abraham Morris, and SU
m-y Borensteifl
Martin Stein and Isidor Cohen
are in charge of publicity
Harry Sehuldiner. Arthur Geller.
Mrs Sarah Cold. Mr- Sam Levine
nd Max Zimmerman are mem
hers of the BmergestCJ committee.
Representatives to other com-
nilttWI are Arthur Geller, Isidor
Cohen and Sam Levine, coordinat-
ini;. Uidore Cohen Arthur (idler
Mrs. Anna Richter and Nathan
Kosenfeid. who will represent the
branch on the I I. l'ereti Work
men's Circle School Board: and
Isidor Cohen, Arthur Geller. Sam
Levine, Hyman Btaaoa and Max
Zimmennan. Greater Miami
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cocoina Rabbi and Mr- Berfar to
the community was held in the
sanctuary and followed by the re-
ception in the social hall
Master of ceremonies was Tom
pie president, Alnslee R Ferdu-
invocation wa- presented by Rab-
hi Daniel M I.ow\ 0l Temple Si
nai of North Hade Cantor Ban
Dick son presented a musical
greeting
Countj Commissioner Lewis
WMtWOrth welcomed Rabbi Ber
gCf >n lie ha If of the County Com
mission Conuniaaioner and former
Mayor "f Coral Gables Joseph
Murphj presented Rahhi Berger
with the Kej to lbs Citj Mrs Eve
1 Murphy, wife <>f ths conuniaaioa
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- Mi- Berger Commissioner Wil
ham chapman, of Coral Gables
also extended welcome
Rabbi Ralph lilivman of Temple
Beth Tot W1S featured in remarks
Mr- Jean F-krei- president of the
Sisterhood, welcomed Rabbi and
Mrs. Berger Col Harold Shunian.
second vice president of the Tem-
ple, led the PledRc of Allegiance
Stanley Silvern fir-t vice areat-
dent. formally introdiict-d Kabbi
Bargee
Doors to the Ark were opened!
by Arthur Deutsch. immediate pastj
, president of the Temple, and Sid-'
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Judy Krensky was born in Chicago A cute youngster.
be was always doing what she wasn't supposed to F.ven
as a child, she used her hands creatively to knit, to
sew and to paint She moved to Miami Beach with her
parents. Inez and Lou Kr*nsk>. and brother and sister.
Herbert and Marilyn At Miami Beach High School, she
sang in the a cappella choir and played in the band, per-
forming on all of the percussion instruments However,
she never practiced at home because, she explained, it
would have driven her father crazy.
Judy went to Sophie Newcomb College in New Or-
leans, where she sang in the choir and became an ardent
Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority girl Then back she came to
the University of Miami, where she met her future hus-
band. Thomas Gerard, who was in the air-conditioning
business Judy says she knew
enough about his work to put into
a thimble Now. after eleven yc;ii-
she knows enough to put into two
thimbles
Judy loves her home She real
1> in a homebody but not the
kind who goes around looking for
dust or who never leave.s the shel
tering walls of her home She is
forever redecorating or adding
Might now. the latest addition i- :\
sunken bathtub
Judy's dozens of hobbies are
mostly crafts She is currently
hooking a rug. making a needle
point pillow, and doing embroidery
for a hanging for the wall The
embroidery, incidentally, is not the kind that comes in a
kit. Judy designs it herself
Judy is not a PTA'er. even though the Gerard* have
two sons. Jamie and Johnny, who are the light of their
hve Judy is a member of trie Temple Beth Sholom Thes
pian> She can put over a song wonderfully She has
worked with Combined Jewish Appeal for many years, be
inn a member of the CJA traveling troupe last year, she
directed the script that the Young Women's Division staged.
The Gerards live a completely relaxed life Judy con
siders herself a good cook, and makes a wonderful brisket.
using red wine and dill She and Tommy go skin diving
Judv feels it is most relaxing, looking at the heavenlv blue
and coral under the water, with not a telephone in sight
The children also skin due. using the snorkle and the mask,
but the elder Gerards are going to start with the lung soon
The Gerardl take all kinds of jaunts and weekends, where
they swim and skin-dive to their hearts' content Jamaica
is one of their favorite places.
They also like to read anything from dune novels in
Shakespeare, watch television, and are ardent moviegoers.
Judv considers cards frivolous l>ecause their are M many
other exciting things to do. In fact, she bubbles over with
enthusiasm in whatever she does Her eves shine, and she
iws as she talks about her family Judy is outspoken
and says what she thinks. bu1 never in a way to hurt an>
one Kindness, which sometimes uets lost in this younger
generation, is one of Judv s outstanding traits
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A brutal gown of white DMU de
and satin with seed (-.tr!s
was the choice of Candv Sue Good
man when she exchanged marital
vows vw!h Joel Peter Yanchuck on
Saturday, Dec is
The Carillon Hotel was the set
tins for the late evening ceremony,
performed bv Rabbi Morns B
i hapman, and the reception which
followed
The bride is the daughter of Mr
and Mrs Joseph Goodman. 510 Cat
alonia Ave A graduate of Coral Ga
bles High, she attended the Dal
versity of Florida and is now a le-
gal secretary in Miami
A graduate of Boga Ciega High
and the University of Florida, the
bridegroom plans to enter law
school His fraternity is Tail Fpsi
Ion Phi He is the son of Mr and
Mrs Al Yanchuck. 10355 Paradise
Blvd.. Treasure- Isle
Wedding attendants included
Mrs Martin Bell, matron of honor.
Shirley Cohen. Marsha Yanchuck
and Mrs Harold Goodman, brides-
maids Best man was Neil Sheidler.
with Stephen Sklar. Martin Bell
and Harold Goodman serving as
ushers
New Mr and Mrs Yanchuck
spent their honeymoon in Miami
Beach and Nassau

Laiarus Gray
The Miami Beach home of the
bridegroom I parents was the set
ting for the nuptials uniting Alcxa
Yvcttc Gray and Michael Harold
Lazarus on Saturday. Dec 18 Bab
In Mayer Abramowit/ officiated at
the late evening ceremony
The bride is the daughter of Mrs
Buck) 11 Gray, Miami lieach. and
the late Mr Graj Mr and Mrs
Bernard LaxaniS are parents of the
bridegroom
Attending the couple were Mar
lene Castaldo and the groom's
brother. Harvey Laaarut, best man
For their honevmoon. the newlv
wed* ehoae a cruise to the Virgin
Isles and Puerto Bico
New Mrs lozarus is a graduate
of Miami Beach High and is now
a senior majoring in art education
at the University of Miami Her
bridegroom also graduated from
Miami Beach High, and is now I
senior majoring in art education at
the University of Miami Her (ride
groom also graduated from Miami
Beach High He has a degree from
the University of Miami and is
presently attending its law school
He is member >( Phi Delta Phi.
legal fraternity
Robbins Markowili
The Dcauvillc Hotel was tbe art
ting for the nuptials uniting the
former Susan Dee Maikowit/ ami
Gary Mark Bobbins on Saturday
evening. Dec 18 Habbi Max Lip
IChitl officiated, and the cere
mony was followed b) i reception
at the hotel
Parents of tin- newlyweda are
Mr and Mrs Martin Ifarkowitl
278 NW 1 With St. and Mis Kutli
Bobbins 7441 Wayne Ave
Honor attendants t0 the bride
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Continued from Preceding Poqe
Andi Beth Bud Murra Cohen Mrved M beat
man, vs tn Joel Magazine. Alan
Parker. Alan Jacobson, Steve
Hertz and Richard Jarohson as
groomsrm n
Now attending the University of
Miami Law School, where he i~ I
member of Phi Alpha Delia. Mr
UVinsteir1 went to the L'niversit)
4>f Florutc and graduated from the
University of Miami School of
Business
HU bride ia a graduate of Miami
Beach High, attended Stephens
Collete .n Columbia Mo. and will
receive a degree from the L'niver
sity of Miami School of Education
In August.

Godwin Beyer
The late Saturday evening wed-
ding unrtrnc Carol Ann Beyer and
Donald C Godwin on Dec 18 was
CenducU-d by Rabbi Max I.ipschitz
Held at Beth Torah Congregation.
the cearmony was followed by a re-
eepdon mere.
nil fid' i of Mr and Mrs Harry
W. .Beyer. 19720 NE 12th Ave.
ftkt briu elected a Bianchi crea
Una- oi peau de soi with lace and
I
Lebediker Branch cfcw? >*" Meeting
Fete on Sundav ama Un "^'^ ^ik,n*
' ** y _rup f North Miami Beach, met
lebediker Branch of Farband on Tuesdej at Temple Ner Tamid
will eelebrate Chanuka with a mu- Discussion followed a talk on "The
-iial festiTaJ "ii Sunday, 8 p.m., rHanninn ol chanuka to Our Gen-
it Washington Federal, 1234 Wash- asatian" b> Jacob Spillman
n Ave.
i'rot Andre Bialolenki will chair Beth RaphGCi
Men's Elections
the evening, assisted i>> El) Malm.
wee president. Solomon I'arness,
secretary, and Oscar Shapiro, en
nment chairman M* Affacluner has been
,. ._.___ .-...I- elected pres'd-nt of the Men s Hub
Artists who will perform include ,
Michl Gibson aud lanns GUm, ^^ ^ ^ Ben
soprano Iris Lane, accompanied e-,
,. ,,, 1^-in.stock. Vice president. Sam
dv Ksther Barrett, and Ix>ttie _
' u I ohen. treasurer: Jacob Berger,
raures, .lemsh comedienne. Ben .
. i <..., financial secretary.
Cornell, music director, and tan- _. ,,;,_,
, ,, .. _j... Elected to the board of directors
(or .Joseph Horowitz will conduct, .. ,.___ r--.K
.. .... _.. were Joseph Lew. Nathan Gi'ch.
the Chapuka candle ceremony.
S^rmion Parneas is charge ol
resen atiooi.
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pearls, and carried a cascade ar
rangemvr.t of uhalanopsis and or-
chids
Setvirtf" as matron of honor was
Mrs. Harry Brooks Suzanne Stern
was Qowtr girl, and Hal Bruce "
stern, rin? bearer
Botit n,an was Bai end Timmer- ,
man. and unbars included Robert
Reeves Edward Talley and Harry
Brook'
The bridegroom is the son of
Ifrk Herbert Lazarus and Mr Bob |
Godwin A graduate of llialeah
Senior High, he attended the t'ni
versity of Miami and is a chef
Hit bride attended Miami Nor
land Set.ior High and is a member
of Junior JWV Auxiliary
i oupl s future home will be
Normandy Isle.

fogel Homier
The frrmer Martha Carole Horn
ler. daughter of Mr and Mrs. Max
Homier. 18071 N\V 9\h (t was jL
married on Sunday evening. Dec *jj
05, at "the Diplorrtat Country Club,J
to l^iwreace ,J Fogel. son of Mr.
and Mr; Joseph Fogel. 6345 SW
30|h St. A reception and dinner
followed the double ring ceremony
The Ttride wore a whiti' silk em
pire gown appliqued with alencon
lace and seed pearls and styled
with a inapel tram A veil of silk
ilrusiOr) vca* attached to the floor
length mantilla of Belgium lace
Strsar Homier served as her sis
trr"s maid of honor, and the bride
room t brother was his best man
Mr } cgel. a senior at the l'niver
-vrre-of Miami School of Medicine.
is a member of Phi Delta Bpsiloo,
medical fraterhitv He also belongs
to Alpha Efclor. Pi social fratern ,na" of ( amP **
U>. Alpha Epsilon Delta, pre med Camp Judaea, located in the
ical bonerary. Beta Beta Beta, sci f,|Ue Ridge Mountains at Hender-
ence honorary, and was on the sonvihV N C, to sponsored by the
Dean"* fjsf while an andergradu- Southeastern, Southern and Klori-
aic student. da Regions of Hadasah ami the
New Mm Fogler. who was a Southeastern Region of the Zionist
stewardess, vutii National Airlines Organisation of America
prior to her marriage, aton at _- M1 l>rop,.r,v ,. equally
. tended the Cn.vers.tv of Miami d >|ded between level farmland,
and is affiliated with Delta Phi Kp ... ,,rih.iril> >n silon. l-oUwing a honeymoon trip to ^ M|- Weiner "The additional
Si Franciato. the couple will live ^ wl ,. prinjartlj used for
imMlanii expanding < amp Judaea's outdoor
recreation program in line with a
Women Accountants to Meet 10 real site devetopmeni plan
? Dates tor IB08 have also been
rheor) versus Practice" was _,, nouIu.(ll ,( 13th season starts
_ i discuss, d: tty F- Nolan Johns 10^ 22 and ends Aug 16. Campers
( PA before the Miami Chapter of iM iccepted tor either a tour-week
the An.onvan Society of Women .,,, r a complete -...son In
Accountant* last week at the Du ,,.,,,, Judaea will again
MIS. UtVtCNCf f 0011
Schwartz Berk
Wedding ceremony and recep-
tion for the former Enid Rue Berk
man. Irving Lauer. Simon Bern-
stein. Joe Pert, Israel Allen. Mor-
ris Braufman, Sam Siege! andW
Abraham Wagner
Alfa chin er is honorary life presi-
dent of the Biscayne Democratic
Club, and is an active member if,
the Miami Beach F.Iks Lodge, Jew*
Sunshine Chapter. B'nai B'rith ,sn National Fund and the George,
women, held a Chanuka supper Gerstovrin Locke of the Knights oi
party n Sunday evening, at Surf p>thiaa.
side Community Center Reserva- The'Temple board of director*
tions chairman, was Mrs.
Dresner,
Sunshine Chapter
Festival Supper
Jack
Proeeds will be u.sed for the
manv philanthropaes and senriees
and Dr Sanford DarryI Schwartz lrf B"nai B'rith. with lodges and
were held in the home of the chapters throughout the world,
bride's parents. Mr and Mrs Louis Serving on the committee, were
Pommer. 7220 W. Plantation BKd Mesdames Samuel Rahaon, Presi-
Miramar, F"la Mrs Schwartz is al
so the daughter of the late Roy
B Berk.
Rabbi Irwin Cu'ler offici"ted at
the Saturday evening, Dec II nup-
tials
Attended by the bridegroom's
iwets ever\ first Thursday of th^
mouth. Regular meetings are hel<
every third Thursday.
B'nai Raphael
Brunch Sunday
sister. Mrs Ronald l-nrinn. the and Ann Better
dent Frank Burg. Milton Worn- College students will have a dis*
berg, Jack Goldberg. Harry Boas, cussion brunch with Rabbi Harold
Morns Wilson. Beatrice Witner. Bicbter. of Congregation B'nai
Robert Baumoui. Henry Henen. Raphael on Sunday Topic will be
Benjamin Miller. Aaron Abraben. Jewish Youth in College."
I'.tet> Grossman, Alird Mandel. Also on Sunday. Tallis and Tetil
Rebecca Silverman. Mark Stern lm club prayerjjreaklast followed.
Mrs Thomas D Fnedman is id
charge of publicity.
ZOA Cavalcade
Of Stars Slated
South Florida Districts of the
mm. DCMAID GODWIN
Camp Judaea
Buys More Land
The decision to exercise Camp
Judaea option to purchase an
..d.iitional so acres of land ad-
joining the present camp facili
ties has been announced by Mrs.
harles Weiner, of Atlanta, chair-
bride chose a light candlelight silk
linen frock styled with an o.gandy
overblows
Son ot Mi and Mrs. William
Schwartz. 1922 SW 18th St.. the
bndegroom had Dr. Ronald Lor
ing for best man Resident at
Mount Sinai Hospital. Dr Schwartz
graduated Phi Beta Kappa from | Zionists Organization of America
Johns Hopkins University, and will sponsor their annual ("aval-
from its medical school He is a cade of Israel Stars at the Miami
member of Delta Phi Alpha. Ger Beach Auditorium on Saturday eve
man honorary. Psi (hi. psychology rung. Feb 26. according to Albert
honorary. l>ebating Society. Band, E Ossip. chairman of the ZOA
and Phi Beta Pi. medical fratern- President's Council
ity The cavalcade will bring to Mi-
His bride attended the l'niver ami Beach for a one evening per-
sity of Miami and is a member of formance entertainers of Israel in
a program of popular, classical. Is
raeli and Yiddish entertainment
Entire proceeds of the popular
priced conceit are earmarked for
the local youth work of the ZOA
scholarships to Camp Judaea,
maintained by the ZOA and Ha
dassah. in Hendersonville, N.C.,
and for scholarships to Camp Tel
Yehuda, maintained by the Na-
tional Zionist Youth Commission in
Barryville, N Y
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Friday. December 24, 1965
>er I imported French rut velvet
had it> MT iiKitchini: jacket, and
a wide hand ol ermine at (he hem
THE Sam Unmans have just re
turned f on: a tour thrmmli
Prance. Italy. Spain, and Portugal
Her gOWB was one she hrotujht
bach from their vacatmn. and ttl
in beige chiffon encrusted with
silver-lined huple heads, pearlised
aeqaina, rhinetones and tmd
pi-ail.s Mrs || B Morris chose
white peau de >oie with a jeweled
MuttM empire bodice, and a
jeweled fi>.ci on her matching
coat
Mrs Hancj Salomon mad-- haf
lime green knit gown and em
broulered the Baed pearl- and
crystal! on both the dress and
coal A collar of crystal teardrops
iraa the dominant feature of her
coat Mrs Huby Blacker s beige
Alaskan silk ensemble featured
,i and told, ombre turquoite
flowers and pearl and r hi nest MM
embroidery and was a H.ilnwin
I in inal
Fla. State Theatres Plan New Facility
Highlighting one of the beautifully deoerated
tables at Mount Sinai's fifth annual Jubilee
Ball at the Fontainebleau Hotel was host. Paul
Faske (seated left), with his sDecial quests
Gov. and Mrs. Haydon Burns, Mrs. Faske. and
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rouse. Standing (left to right)
are Mr. and Mrs. Gene Garfaeld and Mr. and
Mr*. Joe Chapman. Rouse, Gariield and Chap-
man are legal aides to Gov. Burns.
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her husband, in a strap!)
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c inard I. Abess,
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teau neckline The back of her
Kown was draped asymetrically
and caught on one side in a how.
Their hostess. Mrs Faske. was la
a champagne peau de aoia with
tourmaline mink cuffs on bar
matching coat
The pace of the strictly formal
evening moved to an even more
elesant tempo when the Kuests
went into the grand ballroom,
i ascading flower baskets, stroll-
ing musicians, and the magnifi-
cent decor contributed to the
ball's sucess Among the many
guests was Mrs H Coleman Kra
mer in an iridescent gold and
turquoise brocade in the A line
silhouette Mrs Basil Meatier s
grey flarmel skirt was topped
with a white, cowled neckline
jersey bodice Black sheer wool
with plunging decolletage in both
front tnd back as worn bj Mrs
Richard Fink Mrs Willi
\\ eintraub peacot k hlue silk
ffon was studded with -
caviar and bugle I*-.'
lu|RS Leo Levin's (;<>>.. red -ilk
" chiffon featured the
shoulder treatment with a w
jeweled band down i of
the shoulder drape white bro
cade with .i jeweled jacket was
M She I
silk i hiffi n aith a

\. Mrs
., Ia< bodu e and hiffoi kirt
Ice blue peau de h a chif
bodice embroidered with sd
\er beads and crystal leai drops
M Max I 'oben hoici t"i
the evening Mrs Sanl Kni
- white silk cie|H lud the
fluffy maribou tcatlni- across the
bateau neckline and around her
hemline.
Ice blue organta over rev vel-
vet, and steal beads embroidered
into a floral motif, was the unxpie
combination worn bj Mrs Samuel
I'oiiock A matching coal In lea
blue satin completed her ensem-
ble. Mrs. Harry Nathenson's
shell pink gown was encrusted
with pearls and sequins Mrs Ja-
cob Sher's porcelain hlue chiffon
was a Paris original with hand em-
broidered detailing down the
front of her gown Ice blue silk
with caviar beads and crystals em-
broidered around the decollete
neckline was worn by Mrs Sidney
Ansin
School Board member, Mrs \n
na Brenner Meyers, seleeted a
royal blue lace over satin with
iridescent bugle beads in an over
all embroidered pattern. Mrs I.ou-
is Wolfson's white silk gown and
matching coat were both trimmed
with crystal beads across the bod-
ice. Mrs. David Ponve's gown ob-
tained its mystifying color by tak-
ing the silver blue imported net.
embroidering it with crystals and
caviar beads, and placing It over
pink. blue, and grey. White sat-
in with a black velvet bodice and
velvet ruffled cape was worn by
Mrs. Max Bauer. Mrs. Ix>uis Glas-
Floiida State Theatres this week
announced plans to build a new.
modern theatre on Sunny Isles
(annn. 3rd 9P *"~
Marry Botwick. southeastern
iistrict manager of Florida State
Theatres stated that his company
is now completing plans for a twin
auditorium, tingle lobbv theatre
which will he one of the most
beautiful and advanced theatres
for the showing of motion pic
tures m the country Construe
tion will atari earl] an ISM, with
completion and OpaadSJi scheduled
fOI June of this rnming year in
lime for the summer aeaaot)
Plans for the theatre, which
are beinfj drawn by Robert E.
Collins, A I A include in addi-
tion to a building in tnue with
tropical Florida, projection
equipment in every form, from
35 mm to Cinerama. 70 mm and
Todd-AO.
II l elic.
stereo and >; ttcal sj cms from
Is rhe twin
tana will each have
I'm.,' featuring; angle
clear, definitive pictan l
to specifications established bj
Social) of Motion P
eers
In addition to the sound, mod
ern type lamp houses will furnish
clear white light with a recently
discovered process providing clan
ty and the ability to translate color
from film on the screen as ha* nev-
er been done before according to
liotu Ick
Each theatre will be .ndepen
lentlv air-conditioned, with the lob
by, patio and walk space complete
iv isolated to provide soand-free
audltorlumi at all times
H.ivw...m1 \S akefield rockint
chau satv. wbuh were developed
and first used l>> Flonda State
rheaties, will !* installed **> that
ever) seal will he wide with 42>in
room, Botwick said
Parking for over 500 cars, im-
mediately in front and by the
tide of the theatre, ft being
planned in a brightly lighted
and landscaped art*.
The theatre location will ba oai
163rd SI direct;> oaaaoafhi lha
Iranca t-> Interama
It- location in the I
.I m( Mortfl Mlai
will provide the residents ol
II) grow ii area, with a U
q pped t" service them with
the ultimata in motion picttin
tertainment," Botwick nbfeo
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Page 1 IE
Jfyar JHitzvalt
Michael Pollack
Michael. >nn of Mr. and Mrs
'hillip Pollack, of South Miami.
ill ol>serve his Bar Mitzvah on
itunlav morning. Dec. 2"). :i
Kpempli' /ion
[* Mu-tiacl. an eighth erade Rio-
drnt at Glades Junior High, is in-
enst.'.i in stamp and coin-collect-
ing! .nil photography.
Kuidu^li ~ | ion sored by Ihe Pol-
lacks mil be held after the si-rv
ices, ami a reception ;uit| dinner
at the l)oral ountr\ Club in honor
Of th< celebrant.

Steven Lethtni-r
Vfcwn Scott, ion "f Mr and
Mrs llarn l-ochtner, 441-62nd St
fail I* come Bar MiUvah on Sat
urriay. Dec 25. at Temple Kmsnu-
JEL
Steven is in the eighth grade at
tha Hebrew \< ademy lie i- in-
terested in dancing and water
sport*.
The celebrant will be honored
at a rreeption Sunday at his- home
Mr. and Mrs David Olehansk]
of Miami Reach. Steven .:raiid-
pirents, will attend
Ronald Greanbarg
Ronald Edwin, son of Mr anal
Mis. I arles M Greenber?. 4485
Naotihis Dr.. will celebrate Ins Bar
Mtttvah on Saturday, Dec 25 at
Tejpple l-a.ie!
An eighth grader at Ida M. Fish-
er Junior llih, the celebrant plays
tvbe in the advanced and dance
beads and was an award winner
In ahe iycj south Honda scieaee
PeaPi A member of the National ~
HaQe Association, he is active in
001 and national markkiuanship
jBWtches
^Ba grandparents Mrs. Lillian
Greenberg and F.phraim Kan-
u-ill l>e present to help Ron-
celebrate at a reception and
lajpchon to be held at the Duoont
{Plaza Hotel following services.
Jeffrey Zirn
On Saturday. Dec. 25. Jeffrey
rl. son of Mr and Mrs Law-
ice Zirn, will become Bar atitx-
at Temple Sinai of North
Je Service! will be held at the
Ihington Federal Auditorium.
tffrey, an eighth trade student
Temple Sinai Religious School
at John F. Kennedy Junior
[h. is an all-an>und athlete. He
received trophiei fur playing
the Optimista Islanders Basket-
|\ .mi. and excclls in baseball,
imming and water skiine.
His hobby is record-collecting
nd pla>ing the guitar.
Grandparents will include Mr
d Mrs Edward 1 Fddman, Bos
and Mr. and Mrs. A H Z:rn.
iklyn. Af Y

Janet Wallman
Janet, daughter of Dr, and Mrs
panley Wallman. 1215 i lev eland
11 will become Bas MiUvah on
F iday eveniag, Dec. 24. at Tern-
f) t Menorab.
The celebrant is in the .
Bonald Ctttnbcrq Jeffrey Zirn

lanet Wallman Mark Shonfiii
I
L'tade at Nautilus Junior High and
ptaya flute in the advanced band.
Among hobbies are tennis and
piano.
A reception for Janet will be
held at Town Hall of Surfside.
Grandmother!, Mrs Fannie Mi*-
chin and Mrs Ethel Wallman, Mill
attend.
a e a
Mark Shantii*
EaVljt morning services nt Beth
Torah Congregation m Saturday,
Dec 2."> will Inchlti I ii i;..i MiU-
vah of Mark David rf Mr a d
Mrs Gabriel Sham ia, 1231 NE
175th St.
In the eighth grade at John F
Kennedy Junior High. th > i
brant's hobbies n 'lud
wrestling and handraftsmanship,
New a student In the Beth Torah
Harold Wolk Re'ixiou* S( hnol,
Mark taill attend Hi bn High n t
year. He is an active 1 SY member
and led services for ttadent con-
gregation at temple during the
high holy davs
Mr and Mrs StUHltZis will hon-
or their son at a party for his
friends in their home on Sunday
evening
Grandparents attending the
ceremony are Mr and Mrs. l.i
dore Shantzis of Miami Beach.
Michael Kreuter
Michael Alexander. BOD "f Mr
and Mrs William Kreuter. 17929
ME 7th Ct, will become Bar Mitz-
vah at Young Israel of Greater
Miami on Saturday morning. Dec.
28.
Michael is an eighth grade stu-
dent at the Miami Hebrew Aca-
demy. Hobbies are swimming and
;> aying the clarinet
llis grandmother, Mrs Pauline
Kreuter, will be here from New
^ ork tor the celebration.
A party given !>> his parents in
honor of the celebrant. \ ill be
held at the Royal Hungarian
Restaurant on Miami Beach.
Robert Poien
Robert Charles, son d Mi and
Mrs Sidney 1'o/cn. llll'll So AI
hambra Circle, Coral Gables, 'ill
liecome Bar Mitzvah at Saturdaj
services, Dec 25. at IMli payid
regsYlfdri
Robert is an ighth {rade stu-
dent at Shenandoah Junior High,
and has been attendtasj Beth David
Religious School for the past -i\
years Robert plays Bute in the
school band Hobbies include
stamp an I i in i oDectin f, bowling
and golf
Mrs Bertha Helfman Robert's
grandmother, w ll attend the i 11
ices
Marti Harris
Marti Ann, daughter "f Mr nd
Mrs Elliott Hams 4420 K
Palm Ave will become Baa slits
vah on Saturdaj Dei 25, ,.t Tern
pie Emanu-El.
Haiti is m the ei -11111 grade at
Nautilus Junior Hijih and is in
the accelerated mathematics pro
gram. Her interests include art and
playing the flute.
The celebrant will be honored at
a luncheon, following services, at
the DiLido Hotel.
Mr. and Mrs Jack Fox. of Miami
Beach, and Mrs Guseie Harris, of
Philadelphia. Martis grandpar-
ents. will attend the event.
a
Gary Burman
Early morning services at Beth
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Cory Burman
i a .ili Congregation i n Satut
Dec 25, will include the l''.<\ Mitz
\ah of i,.ii \ son of Mr and Mi -
linn.Iri Burman. 1508 N\v 181 si St
'I he celebrant is an honoi
ei I in the eighth grade ;*t Park
taj Junior High, where hi is ,i
mi mber ol the Studetrl < oun
Hi' served as \m- dent >>i his !<
men tan school and belongs i" rh<-
TNT Club at Beth Torah. He p
with the North Darle Optimist Foot-
ball League and the Little Leagi
Baseball Team
Gary's parents win honor hii i
at the Kiddush following the een -
iron) mi Saturday and at a reeei
tion at the Diplomat Country Clurj
on Saturday night.
Grandparents of the Bar Mi--
vah who will be here for the eel
I.ration are Mr. and Mrs, MorrU
Barman, <>f Haddonfield, N. .' .
ami Mr and Mrs Samuel Ber
>tein. Hi Philadelphia, Pi
Steven Doch
Steven Robert, son of Mr and
\ii- Norman Doch. will become
Car Mitzvah at the morning serv*
ice; Sal Die 25, at Temple A<
Yeshurun
Steven i- in Ihe eighth '-'rade it
Norland Junior High He playn
ihe drum in the school band. !!
Favorite sport is baskel all an
\ is collecting coins and buik
mo el c ars for whu h he ha
won a number of prin -
FoUov in.; sort ices, Mr. and Mi
Dneh w ill give a reception In ho
if their "ii
Martin Elkind
Martin, son Of Mr and Mrs He
Elkind. 13R.tO NE sth Avi
w ill become Bar Mitzvah on Sa
ijr, Dec 25, at Beth Most
Congregation
An Oneg Shabbal in Martii
Continued on Page 13 B
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MISS ILLiN IA\S:VKGH
Ellen Lansburgh
Plans Marriage
To Lawyer Here
M i '-h
I rv Dl '"'
net : : '
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Mj u Hn \i
Kv*
Miu 1. -
M ..:. i'.' m h S ioi Hifb hi
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I i olor
m u n < '"'r "'
Phi Sen
Mr '
h High School in l5fl
pnity oi
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Phi Up) i Delia. I<
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\;,r in ( i | armed.
Cohen Synagogue Hebrew Courses
1'
miss FMNcmr MMI
Miriam Miller
Betrothal Told
By Her Parents
MYs Milton Miller. 1517 Ray
Miami Beach announces the
engagement of her daughter. Mi
nam. t<> Robert Howard Perlmaa,
son of Mr and Mrs Georue Perl
man. of Mew York City Miv. Mil
let i- also the daughter of the late
Milton Miller
The future bride attended Miami
Beach Senior High School and
luated from the Univenit) of
Miami SI t is currently ttudjring
for a Mastei degree at Columbia
I'nni rsit> in New York Citj
Mr Perlman attended Bronx
High School oi Si d received
kii Bacheloi degree from Alfred
; iversitj Alfred N Y He now
attends law icavool at Cornell I'm
sity, Ithaca N Y
Mdce, Berger
Plan Marriage
Mr and Mr- i arhon Blaki
nadt ha> e "
now red thi emenl 'heir
i .,i ii Donna to St.
ven Richard Berger soi of Mr
and Mrs Jerome J Berger, Miami
Beach
The proapetive bride and tnxnn
lents at Miami Beach
where the> both were
activi c National Forensic

H"th are now urvlcrcraduate -1i
dents at the I rmersity of Ala
hama
Tt.e bride elect, now a sophomore
majoring in education, i-. treasurer
of Alpha Kpsiion l'hi Soronty. a
member of the Pan Hellenic Com:
eil, and has been tapped for Tri-
angle, freshman honor soxut>
Her fiancee, a junior in prelaw,
plans to enter law school in the
fall He is president of Alpha Spat
Ion Pi Fraternity, has been nom-
inated for Druids, honor society,
The hnde-elect. now a sophomore
the University radio station.
The engagement will be formal-
ly announced at a cocktail party
to be held at the Seasons on Dec.
26
Wedd ng date has been s^t for
Auk 21, 166 at the Seville Hotel
MISS MAKSHA GUSSAMN
Miss Glassman,
Arhur Sko!nik
Eye July Rites
Marsha Ljrni e Glassn n
Arthur Michael Skolnik will be
I Announcement
of th. engagement is made bj th<
future bride parents. l>r and
Mrs Jacob \ Glaanman >'**" s
Shore Dr
Tlie prospective bride groom la
the ion of Mr and Mis Jack skoi
II ol ii; [hland Park. Ill
Mr and Mrs Henry Hersch,
Marsha's grandparents, will honor
the betrothed couple at a dinner
ir. the Crystal House 00 D< < V*
Miss Glasamao and her fiance
;(r. both students at the Unrveraitj
of Illinois and will graduate in
June
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M.iitre D' Willy
Chef Dave 2nd Chef Tony
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Chanuka Greetings To All
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Young Judaea
Winter Conclave
"Israel a Light into the Na
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19th annual winter conclave of the
Southern Region of Senior Young
Judaea on Dec M to 30 Over 300
Judaeans representing 35 com-
munities throughout the South an
expected to attend the convention
to be held at U kyll Islai .
Discussions will explon < I fac-
ets of Israel's program or int ma
tional coo|>eration. partn ulj as
it implicates the voting people as
Americans and as Jews In addi-
tion, the Judaeans will participate
in plenary sessions, contests, elec
tion of a new Mr and MiM South
em Region and other social events
Highlight of the four-day affair
will be presentation of Shimon
Yallon. Consul General of the State
ot Israel, to the Judaeans
Overall supervision of the con
clave will he in the hands of Frank
Farbenbloom. regional director.
Southern Zionist Youth Commis
sion
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Oar <_ tittzvalt
Continued from Page 11-B
or Ion rvices on
aj ii i Kid lush "ii Saturda).
in Popeil Social Hall,
K\ b> Mr and Mrs Elkii d
lartin it a student of the Beth
no id brew School and ati-
Miami Junior Huh
Jel<'t>r.i"t grandparents, Mr
Mrs William Silvermnn, >f
Iton. Pa will attend the Bar
h An opt'ti house v ill Ih>
hftagfitur'l.iy evening
Richard Kolber
Richar Paul Kolber, son of Mr.
aad Mi> living Kalman, 760
Wtiner
Kichurd Kolber
Lenox Ave will observe his Mar
Mitzvah on .sattirda> morning,
Dec 25, a' Kneseth Israel Conyre
ge*km.
.Richar' ident at Ma M
Fisher Junior Huh His interests
include i" '- the \ tola I
aad football His hobbies are Ii h
ids and hois.hack riding
JA raifeption will be held in hia
"TifBor at h" the evening Cele
brant's B-andmother is Mrs Sail)
David Weiner
ivid Juseph. son ol Mr
Gerald Weiner, 2171 s !ist
., will become Bar Mitzvah .it
irday rvices. I in 25 at
Da\ id "oiinrcgation
hid i- .i sixth grade student
VRpnano* .ih .Ii.nioi High and
been attending Beth David Re-
'School for the p.ist seven
.David idavs clarinet in the
liooT concert band,
rmin H Marfco, of Miami
and Mr and Mrs Irving
r, of Hardford, Conn., grand-
will attend the services
Kiddush at the home of Mr,
Irs Weiner on Saturday.

Linda Augamtain
Mitzvah ot Linda, daughtei
and Mrs Abraham Augen-
1090 ME 170th Ter v ill be
en Frida> evening, i i
intiv sen ices at Beth Tn.ih
ion
la is in the eighth grade at
lebrtv Academv. where thi
thi -Indent choir, and won
s. Ii last spr
I "
II
: tors
t
abbal '
ghers Mrs, Nettie Augensteln
Wendy Robbins
i| | Mi
I
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n
i : \,. .
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let us repoir it or apply
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sj mphony ban i She has been a
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and is .i c andi late for i < I
. ii
Mr and Mis Robbing will boat
it e < >neg SI abbal follow ing sen
and a re< eption in honor ol
the celebranl .Saturday night
Ronnie Levine
Ronnie Levine will observe her
Baa Mitzvah during Friday even-
ing sen hcs. Dec 1>4. at Beth
Torah Congregation.
In the seveuin grade at John F'.
Kenned) Junior High, Konnic is
on the Principal's Honor Kill and
is Interested in swimming and
dancing
Mr and Mrs Murray Levine *ill
honor their daughter at receo-
tion in their home. 2101 N'E l!>7th
Ter on Sun laj
Donald Pearl
On Sunda) morning. Dec. 28,
Donald Pearl will observe his Bar
Mitzvah at Beth Torah Congn i
lion
Donald is the son of Mr and
Mrs Leonard Pearl, 18H05 NE 21st
Ave and grandson of Mr and
drs Adolph AdSer and Mrs Dora
Pearl
The celebrant is an eighth gra le
tudent at John F Kennedy Junior
High and will be honored .it the
Kiddush following services and ;.t
tfet reception on Sunda) even-
Leslie Eitenberg
on Saturday, Dec 2">. Leslie
Mi and Mrs M h
ris Eiscnberg, will be Bar Mitzvah
al Temple Tifereth Israel
;sii w ill folio .\ the s, n ices in
the Social Hall of the Temple
Lev., is in the eighth grade at
Miami Edison Junior High and is
a member of the Science Club,
Boy Scout Troupe 222 and is a
chartei member of the Young Ju>
dean Croup of the Temple
\ reception will be given in hotv
i "i the celebranl on Sunday eve-
ning at the Miscayne Terrace
Hotel

Joseph Gurinsky
Joseph, on of Dr and Mrs.
Abraham Gurinaky, of South
Miami, will be called to the Torah
during Saturday. Dec 25. morn.ng
s rvices at Temple Zion.
Joseph attends the eighth grade
al Palmetto Junior High and is in-
terested in science projects, coin-
collecting and swimm i
The celebranl will be honored
With a Kiddush and reception.
Michele Pardo
Michele N'a line daughter of Mr
Mi Pardo 110 Vene-
tian \\.i\ i:; o Alto Island, will
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4 0 Bi ?7L Miomi Ho.
Ittlit fi'senberg Michefe Pordo
Joseph Gurinsky
Michael fretman
Wendy Bobbins
be Bai Mitzvah on Saturda) morn
in?. Dec. 25. at Temple Beth Sho
loin. Kiddush will follow the cere-
mony
The celebrant, a member of the
Confirmation Class Of 1!KJ7. is in
Ihe eighth tirade at Nautilus Junior
High, where she is an honor stu-
dent and i member o( the Modern
Dance ClMS
A reception and dinner dance
in honor of Michele v. ill l>e held
Miami Bank
Names Pallet
Lull.ud A Pallot, a partner in
the law firm <>f Pallot. Silver, Pal
lot and Stern, has i cted to
the board of directors of Inter Na-
il Bank of Miami
Pail 't a native Miamian
ceived Ins lib degn e at the Unl-
versit) of Florida alter service in
the Korean W ar He has sim e
served as chairman of the Dade
( ount) Fair Practices Committee
l!w;:i' and on the Metropolitan
Da k I ounty River Advisory Boaid
1963 1064
He is a member of Temple Is-
rael, B i ai B ril h a id thi boai d
'net ti rs ol the \ nerian
.-I Committee as well as the
Loyal Order of Moos,. Kings Baj
Yachl and Country Club, Tiger
Hay Luncheon Club, the Opera
Guild and Symphonj Club
Mr and Mrs PaMot and their
children, Joseph and Melissa, live
in South Miami
Saturday evening at the Fontaine-
bleau Hotel

Michael Freeman
On Saturday morning. Dee 25.
Michael lay. son of Dr and Mrs
Alfred Freeman. 4505 No Meri-
n.in Ave will l>e Bar Mitzvah at
Temple Ni r Tamid.
Michael is an eighth grade Stu
dent at Nautilus Junior High and
attends Temple Ner Tamid Reb-
o-
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Of
KKHARD PAU0T
Dorah Stein Sisterhood
, Stein Sisterhood of the
Israelite l enter ill have a regu-
lar meeting ruesdaj 8 p m., in the
s, lal Hall \ cake sale will fol-
low Proceeds are for the Religious
School
gioui school He is a member of
the Science Club and an II
Boll treasurer of the Home Boom
Class Photograi hy is his bobb*
Kiddush will follow the service
Michael will be honored at a din-
ner at the Bar., ion.i Hotel on Sun-
day afternoon
Celebranl is the grandson
Mr and Mrs jack Orei nbert
Miami Beach among lour
Temple Nei Tamid,
Lorber Chapter
New Year's Fete
Revealed Here
New Yeai I-' i affair i- being
ned by the l er i bapter of
the Childn n Asthma Research
institute and Hospital in Denver
; he newlj ted Party Club-
house at 247 v. .,. Coi al Gables
- the setting i mi mbers
i .: friends will ather
the music of Dannj M i
and his orchesti 15 a mid-
nighl supper
Mrs i leral Kl
of the afl i nnounced I
proceeds w ili go to the nil I res-
cue haven.
\; w irk to ii s ire a evening of
and entertainment is the plan-
ning con hich i -
Mrs Charles Garber co-chairman;
Mrs .Lick Baum, reservati
Mrs Sidne) Hai i
M i Morgan Levj deco
and Mrs Allen Vbelson, fund-rais-
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Friday. December 24. 1965
Temple Zamora
Suffers Attack
Of Vandalism
Swastikaa .>-> e expn satons
Hit. i >k (la Bttona
t discovered ameared on Tern
Zan i.. earl] Tueedaj morn-
ii i
tinslee Ii Ferdie, president of
i,m -aid th' defacing and
vanUaliam, apparent 1> done lion-
i j *nigbt were diacovered bj Mrs
\ statte M takoarttx, aecretar) of the
.pie. at 8 45 a m when ahe
j c other than the defacing, no ac-
physical damage was done,"
1 cdie explained
Painting wlH ht required on
-?e Temple cornerstone, off.ee
coor, bulletin board, and along
the school wall. Coral Gables
police were immediately dis
patched to the synagogue at 44
Zamora Ave., who examined the
carnage. No lead or clues were
"mediately uncovered.
i-.li. -ai.i that it seems quiti
lent that at leaat teei
-siiiK ..I,!, i persons were in
\ lived ii. the vandalism, particu
i i\ since il waa ao bJgh up on
walls Younger mischief-mak
i would have done their defacing
uch lower down
Rabbi Maxwell Berger i- spi
tnal leader .>f Temple Zamora
UAHC Camp Sets
New Program
The Ray anil Philip N Coleman
imp-Institute, under the auspices
I the I iiinii ot American HebreVi
lagragatsons, i- inaugurating its
Ith year oi actii ity.
Located at the tout of the Blue
idgc mountains in Cleveland, Ga.,
ie camp aervea youngsters ul
eform c mgregations in Alabama.
lorMia. Georgia, South Carolina
ul Eastern Tennessee
K..r th. first time, the Coleman
amp will iw featuring a complete
ghf-week session, combining the
agular camping program with
in unparallelled Jewish experi
ice
A special pioneer program fi r
4 and 15 year old- vv: alao IX
-atured In charge Of details are
eform coi ins in the
r...'.! Miami area or at L'AHC
oleman Camp-Institute, Rlti I
. n-s- Bide Miami.
HYAM TOPOl
Israeli Satire
Film Opens
Ti.e Israeli film. Sallah
the Wo
metco Surf and Parfcwaj Theatres
The famous Israeli star, Hyam
,; pla) the rule of the Yemen.
iti Sallah. in the comi dj hit
A winner of nine import.in;
awards, "Sallah.' has been widel)
acclaimed for its briUianl satire
ol lit. m [arael
Director ol the film i- the noted
Israeli satirist, Ephraim Kiahon,
known here for hi- hook- N ah -
Ark' and Look Back, Mrs Lot
"Sallah" was filmed at the
Mentis Studios near Tel Aviv.
Because the film was produced
after the Maebara period, Jo-
seph Carl, art director, had to
build a new Mjjbjr* for the
staging of "Sallah."
To accommodate bimaeU to the
needs ot the film, Hyam Topol
wandered for da> on end among
the Jews ol the Middle East -tudv
ing then speech, gestures and
thoughts
The lilm had it- international
premiere at the H.-i Theatre in Tel
\viv in June lWi4
Yiddish Theatre
Season Resumes
Si iih Bi... h w w itness I a
the return on Fi da) a I
s, hai Gitel Stein and the
tog of the Yiddish-Ameri"
vaU,,, ason at the Cinema
theatre on Washington Ave
Onlj recently returned from
their yearl) travels abroad the
Schach'ter trip to Europe and Israel
resulted in a score of new tak
who will make their dabut this
year at the popular theatre
Opening on Friday, will be the
shalom Trio composed of tWO
young m>n Arie and Shinon and
a young lad) liana, who appeared
from Hong Kong to the Fontaine-
bleau in Mianu Beab.
AN,, on fne blU will be you
, i David Curtis, the Schncters
hen corned) character -
i h. and the technicolor musical.
Hue. l ittle Words
Show tune- are at 3 6 ai d 9
tvith the mi" 30 4 30,
; 30 and 10 30 p m
Services For
Ethel Pearl. 61
s, rvices for Mn Ethel !'
of 1100 SV. 23rd Ave who died
on Sunday. Dee li. were held al
Funeral Home on Dec 20
Mi Peai I. who was 61 al the
time ol her death, came here from
New York City 26 yean ago and
was a member of Beth El Synago-
gue
She is survived by her husband,
Harry*; four daughters, Mrs Bar
bara Werner of SepuWeila. 'alit
Mrs Phyllis Miller, Bernice Part
and Mam.. Pearl, of Miami, three
sisters. Mrs Uelan BerkowKx. of
Brooklyn, Mrs. Charlotte Kir-eh.
ner and Mn Lillian Kirahaer of
Miami, and five ^i andehiUlren
LEGAL NOTICI
Outgoing Prexy
Honored on Beach
club 2, Senior Citizens ..t Flor
a. offered .. testimonial to out-
going president. Mr- Lena Ray,
i Moods) at the Fleetwood Hotel
Speakers for the occasion were
ouncilman Joe Malek. Morris
i(ahinsk) ,.r. ssdent, Dade Count)
oxmcil of Florida Senior fit,.
m\ Emanud Art:,.,,! e\., uth i i
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AJCong. Director
Tells of Tour
Mr- William Brown, program
for the Eleanor Ro
veil Ninth Hade Chapter. Worn*
Division. American Jewish ton
announces that featured
speaker al a Thundaj Dec 2.".
8 30 pm meeting at the home
Mrs i.ynxie Zuckerman, 17120
M nth ( t wa- to he Joseph l
Yanich executive director, South
east Region American Jewish I
gress
Yanich, who ha- Just returned
from a four-week study nus-ioii to
Israel and Spam. Mas to -leak on
The New Spanish .lew ish Com-
munity and I-rael Revisited
slide- ot [arael and spam were to
bi i ompanj his talk Mr- Yani< h,
known artist was to add her im-
pression ol the art work- sh< irii
ed
Samuel Rost, 75
Passes Away
Samuel H Host former owner of
trown Liquor Distributors, died
Dec 18 at the age of 7f>
\ founder and Life member of
Mount Sinai Hospital and a mem
ber of the Citizens Board of the
I niversit) Ol Miami Mr Host was
resi lenl here since 1989 He
lived at 5253 ColUni Ave
Mr Rosl was a member of Tern-
Emanu El and tt boi rd ol
..-ii ,i- of the Greatei Miami
Jewish Federation
He i- survived by hi- wife.
Libby; a son, Leo ol Nassau, a
daughter. Mrs Jewel Paley, of
liuv idence, R la sister, Mn
Sophia Bronfman, Montreal and
three sjraiidahiMbMn
Sen*ices were held Dec. li* al
Riverside Alton Rd Chapel, with
interment m ML Nebo Cemetery,
UON SCMACNTf*
City National Appointments
Gerald Keller, president of Ihc
CR) > atioi .1 Hank ol Miami
Beat h has ai i out eed Ihc promo
. on ol Mi Kid.l from assistant
IS| offio to Irusl offlcet Mi -
Gloi ia s Stank > was al-" promol
e.l from aisiant oa&luei to assist
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
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FLORIDA IN PROBATE
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sented a certificate by Gov. Haydon Burns,
to honor his appointment as the first Floridian
to be made a member of the Board of Directors
of Rassco Israel Corporation, the largest build-
ing, development and investment corpora
tion in the State of Israel. Left to right are Da-
vid L. Trask Miami Beach attorney, financial
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consultant and former U.S. Treasury Depart-
ment area director for South Florida, Savings
Bonds Division. Hairy Alan Sanders, execu-
tive of Rassco Israel Corporate.-i; Rudnick.
Gov Burns; and Alexander S. Gordon. Com
missioner of Metropolitan Dade County. Flori-
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CCAR President Eyes Jewry Today
____^___ u-t.Ki UVir.stem SBOI
There ii the ineluctable nee
eBtt] In our r.me to rotate reli
poos beliefs t< our uindamental
ont." Kabbi
.'aob .1 Weinstein declared km
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Rabbi Weinstein, president of
the Central I onference Of Ameri-
can Kabbiv national coordinat-
ing body of the Reform rabbi-
nate. \u- in Miami to participate
over the weekend in the 23rd
anniversary celcbratiin of Tern
pie Beth Sholom
Also president of the national
Histadrut organization. Rabbi
Weinstein was principal speaker
at the Sunday night dinner dance
at the Amencana Hotel, winding
up the Beth Sholom festivities
Rabbi Weinstein told The
Jewish Flondian tbat we must
be realistic about the fact* of
modern American lift. Some
ninety percent of Jewiih
youngsters in our high schools
will be /jomg to college. It is
there that they will come up
against the need to reconcile
their spiritual teachings with
today's intellectual disciplines
including those of science."
Rfen fcV term pulpit
in Chic a j u his presidencj of
, i Ai; '' inatein de
, .: rind i" i
flirt there i ii: i
uonal Hid
!(.- started with
the more
AI i' i
Ral .. Wanna*
JewlJ .iv
bmited l nd appi i
middle class Tl meant anal
^ iddish i i men!
couldn'l uiuicr~i.il.el The Rei
Board Room
Will Memorialize
Dr. Ben Fabric
The Dr Ben I. Fabric Board
l; led ii
Oi the at< l|r Fabric nn Sunday.
11 pm il Temp
ramid
lir i- ibnc
, found-
, ; ^*1 of Temple
Mer Tamid an I
iei ved u pi i si-
lent from
| through 1981
I Durum his
ministration the
! mam sanctuary
o. fAWric completed
Many of the lait physician's
re'atives and friends from
throughout the country will at-
tend the memorial Sunday in his
honor.
i till ad
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Ml.oM Bi
kg various uni
veraif bos th- I v
Mauriea L Zanaaki chairman
Of the Temple hoard will act as
chairman of the da*
Talking over success of Temple Beth Shalom's 23rd enmver-
sary dinner dance Sunday night at the Americana Hotel are
(left to nght Rabbi Jacob 1 Weir.stem. president of the Centra!
Conference of American Rabbis; Lou'* F. Beth
Sholom preside,.: and dinner toastmatter: c I -eon
Kronish. spirituc! leader of the Mian.; Beach I lor
some 22 years.
and vice vei i. it was a
question of cultural lag in our
bistor ;
B Rabbi Wein*......
the extent tl I Histadrul
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live comn unit) :
log with the mosl
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Histadrul ai d Refon
daj
\r< r ..l! the i CAR |
than been a
\a~t chance in the Reform i
ment W co ess that n 1875
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"On the other hand Histad
rut. itelf was m large part
emancipated I'om rel -ion.
and even ho.tle to re'i9n
from its ery beginnings. If is
much more sympathetic today.
In fact. H stadrut now has a
Rehqioas De-jartmert, which
distributes religious articles to
kbbutiim.
thinker Chaim ho
suggested Ibat 3
la. k to i i an u of r i
\t Rabbi Weir.stem sees II
,., ,-,., ., nrajtfvi and Rei wm
.!, rrj ire acommodadng to the
. ,.,' ,.f nn '"" An.- ru ..n
hereJ a ''./the IfloTorm Ifistadrut
recoBciliaaiaiif
In anotner generation, "the d I
farences between them may l>e
tnvial : '-veil gone although
I can't M) the same for Otho
doxj
Ri-ferriiiij to the accommoda
tinn in term? of the growing dc
(tree of intermarnacc and mixed
marriage Rabbi Weinstein Mid
that there i* no reason to doubt
the statistics of increase, which
seem largrlv In reflect the mm-l
wg m co-educational lehMWh al
our youth during their formative
years With the inrrrawd free-
dom SW an- experiencing. r
must also pa> the price of in
creased exposure to nun Jewish
"The way to combat it is
not to lament this develop
ment, or to calf far a return to
the ghetto We must be mar*
reasonable about it. We most
make Judaism more meaning-
ful to our young people We
must educate them and steep
them in Jewish tradition so
tf-at it is no less attractive than
other creeds."
ard Rabbi W il
lad al learn have al
eboul prosehti/
to the
might be more helpful
ta not intermarriage
marriage that re
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rring i" the Chanuka sa
(alls jointly this,
tmas th- CCAR |
d that a larger number
: ; pie teem to b- swept
away by V and w>" "",
II U a I even an III
oar Christian friends to regard
Christmas a- mere!) a tgn ol
will anil ii.i!, |M
It i> bhrtorica
means our aeighboi
ii iaatival We si
gain
Hi n of Chriatmas
- exalted apirittl
Dm m '
The antidote he>? ^
declared, "is to m,... y^ osn
traditions, our awn h*nk
and holidays, more <: 3r*v\ ^
meaningfulnot in- Cljnwei
bvt all of them, in< -ana u
Sabbath."
<>n a final Wfm.
rteio criticizi f^lt>
lished in popular p| rr.a'isn
magazines that ^
vanishing .lew p^
a brittle statist r,tw
alization whicl ,-n ^
vanishinj: Ind x>ier
is simply ^,
have kept
tural roots ifl
and been part
directed centurj *J<
turj Spain
century Wesi and
America We rai to n>
main a rite hue
in the pa>t '
THE PAWNBRQKtl
can't
do
what
can
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Handball Tourney
At Miami T
The tenth annual United States
Handball Association National
Juniors Tournament will be held
Dec 28 to M at the YM and WHA
of Greater Miami. 1600 SW 6th St
The competition, for boys under
19 years of age. brings together a
cross-section of entrants from van
ous parts of the country. Boys will
be coming from New York. Los
Angeles. Chicago. St Louis. De-
troit. Kansas City and Seattle.
Among local entrants will be
Joel Galpem, of Miami Beach,
who finished fourth in last year'.-
tournament held in San Diego.
CaJaf.
The boys will be given a ban-
quet on Wednesday. Dec. 29. in
the Golden Kev Room of the "V
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FLORIDA'S PIONEER ALL-STEREO STATION
OUi? '4th YE
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INTERRUPTED ONIY THREE TIMES AN HQbP HEV/S ON TMk? HOUR
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