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The Jewish Floridian ( December 31, 1965 )

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"Jewish Floridian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY im 38 Number 53 Miami. Flonda. Friday, December 31. 1965 Two Sect nee lOt Vest German Chancellor Ludwig Erhard 'right? i-ufhrms his country's continuing moral oblintions to the Jewish pecj le during a Washton meeting with Dr. William A. Wexler. sident of B'nai B'rith (center 1 and other ad B'rith leaders. The delegation protested he recent cutback in the Gormen indemnification progiam and reluctance of Bonn to begin meaningful talks w-.th Israel on an economic cgreement. Le't are Maurice Weinstem. chairman of the B'nai B'rith International Council, and Rabbi Jov Kcufman. executive vice president of B'nci B'rith. Krhard in I .S. Says He's Hoping To Solve Pending Israel Problems LACK TO ARABS \Hourguiba Restates His Peace Plan iNDON — (JTAi Tui • :it Habit> Bourguiba, who ,. asi spring that III. 1 \ i n '> ~t.it' i start m .! (v ice it in pubUi hi %  %  \ isaged • la MU u I %  UM \r.,i l I • • i'! in the quarter •nth a i • In Ar.r lo rguiba said I which • %  tinnt .i-i pan • %  t could lead t" •• rea Lasting solution, the of peace between the n tlic arva I advfl WASHINGTON .11A West German Chancellor Ludwis, Ei h inJ toM the National Press Clot h ii tinweek he hoped the 'mod•-t and insiwiuiieanl questions n mainJn between West (Germany and Israel would be settled. Me also -aid he took personal satis faction in hi< role in establishing diplomatic relation* with Israel. The Chancellor spoke in re spotUM to a question that recalled Hi special Herman position toward the Jewish people and Israel he voiced during the establishment of diptomatit relations with Israt Vatican Publishes World War II Papers y Continued on Pag* S-A \ %  .. • i o II II •' • %  Ml. in ref crenct idi be publ Paul authorized publica i on ot 'ii documents in i io requests from man) nations • %  ii 1 .jests siarted arriving at the Vatican *f< t the initial perforr-ances of a piay, "The Deputy" by West German playwright Rolf Hochhuf, which caused widespread controvery throughout Europe and in the United States. The theme of the play was that Pope Pius XII Continued on Page 1S-A EYE $3 MILLION MARK BY NEW YEARS Bond Sales Reach $2,775,000 %  nci was expressed this %  cell .t the 1965 Greater Miami pal 11 J:I.I*K..000 in Israel Bond b reached by the end i in an announcement I 1 eon Krunish. Greater Id Bond chairman He [cvesii • Dial $2,775,000 worth of **"wi. had already been sold as "* eai t-ritered iU closing days. Rabbi Kroniah made the announcement Sunday nic.ht at the annual Ambassadors Hall at the Kontainebleau Motel, where nearly 1.000 guaata, including Israeli diplomats, emissaries of 32 nations and slate and city officials. gathered in a gala display of mutual good mill Israeli Invey Mic heel Russia Makes Concessions On Religion NEW YORK 1.ITA1 The Ann; lean Jewish Conference on So\iet Jewry, which is composed oi 24 national Jewish organiia tions, issued tills week an interim report" on the situation of the Jews in the Soviet t num. declaring that "token concessions, pro mises and some real chan i havi been made by the Soviet orities with regard to Jewish on and culture but they constil ite "no fundamental impr > it in the situation of Jewish • In the l SSB The report said that %  vi nts m the Soviet Union have .-ei! • guarded hopes thai the MI\ iel nment is changing its %  toward the Jews and that the situation ol Soviet Jewrj is undergou g fundamental impi menl "But closer analysis ei that the So\ let aim is still th similation of Russian Je r> which continues to )>< den cultural, religious, educations -id communal institutions and : whereby it might perpet ite distinctiveness, thi i tsed I>• tailing and nalj ting "(oncessioi compromisi s changes" that have been introduced into Soviet Jewish life the It poll noted 1. Halting of the campaign y4 prosecution of Jews fcr alleged economic crimes, whicb had resulted in frequent ser.'ences yf death, and been accompanied -i vituperative anti Semit.c arti: *s Continued on Pact *-A IN WAKE OF DISASTER He was asked to ti U bow this c al position had bei n refli in the development ol West tier man Israel; relations Mr. Erhard stated that one could say that relations between West Germany and Israel have been consolidated and the problem of Israel settled on an interCovernmental level. He stressed he had undertaken "great efforts" to establish diplomatic relations and was "happy" to have been able to Continued on Page 10-A Gutted Je wish *} ; Gets Help Offers NEW VOI;K JTA "it. n ol help from Jews and non-Jewa from all parts of the country an pouring into the offices of the Y< nkeis Jewish Community ten ter where a fire snuffed out the lives of nine children and three instructors last Monday ni^ht. the National Jewish Welfare Board re poi ted this week Sanford Solender, executive •nl of the JM B said • in Yonkers the Young W i : > i 'in is) \ • iation had pi o • spac lo the lew ish Cent office, and Youn had offered its facilities for Ji -h Center pro mam nun.:: Synagoi churches women's organize) fraternal ordl i s in Yon n i offered help, and the i T! Junior Chamber of Commerce innoonii•! n was eagi r to cond community ide, fund r a drive to resti n thi Ji -h Cent* r building, he said. At the same time, the JWB distributed to its 80C *ffilia*d Centers and YM-YWHA s a <.>* cial list of safety ov. res a. a Continued on Past *• A Israel Warns of Strong Egyptian Missile Threat Arnon. joined by television star Lome Greene and Shimen Yallon. Consul General of Israel, took part in the presentation of the Eleanor Roosevelt-Israel Humanities Award to Dr. Henry King Stanford, president ef the University of Miami. Dr Stanford was cited for "his Continued on Page 2-A i. v.viv Ji \ i ypt i has at least lo sui face to air • -ile launchings bases similar lo those sel up i>> the Soviet Union Viet Nam This was disclosed %  over the weekend by Israel's Chief ol Staff, Maj Gen Yitzhak Rabin, who warned that Egypt was now also expected to be receiving newer and better aircraft, new T 58 tanks and modern naval equipment Addressing a luncheon meeting of the Engineers Club h re. (Jen Rabin said that Arab bostilit) toward Israel remains unabated, and Israel's basic security problems remain unchanged. Referring to Israel's efforts to meet the challenges of the improved Egyptian armaments, the general said that, while he could not disclose publicly how Israel hopes to achieve superiority, "all I can say is that many vast efforts art being mad* We -e not content witn leaving the balance as it is, but we intend to improve it further le our advantage." The problems Involved, Gen. Kaliin declared, arc no longer political but fiscal. "If 1 had to single out outstanding issues of recent past and the predictable future he said, "I would pick four subjects The first involves the water struggle in which Israel appears to have retained the upper hand; the second concerns developments in inter Arab relations, showing the clearcut decline of Na.-ser's influence, the third issue involves the renewed and intensified armament drive of the Arab countries, and the fourth is the new wave of Palestinian nationalism — the outcome of frustrated hopes and disappointnunts."



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T •" ers al the seventh annual coneetl I tin I emplfl M Saturdaj evenlna Jan H H> Posni i chairman of the Nei Timid concert committee &aid that (antor Klein has appeared on many radio and television pro i locally. lie is an outstanding Inter prater at rtturgtcal music, and iwell known throughout the South for his cantonal art POSMI da> clared Cantor Klein is exiicted t.> i U eat a varied program of liturgical and |M>pular music al the Jan 8 concert rccoimized for their service to the cause of Israel. Chairman of patron* for the Ambassador's Ball was community loader Sam Blank. Other program participants included Dr. Irving U-hrman. spi ritual leader of Temple Emanu El. I.eonard Rosen, immediate past ihairman of the Greater Miami Israel Bond Organixation, Sidney D Ansin. Jonas .' Biiitman and Jacob Itifkin I YOUR BLESSINGS ALONE I wnuT Dt Dlllin /CD AH I North Miami High Adult Education Center DADE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS E. 137th ST, NORTH MIAMI. FLA NEW ClAtSIS HCIN MNUAftT 3. JU6 GENERAL ADULT EDUCATION General Science dpanish Begmn ing American History Spanish InfermedM-e American Government Spanish Advanced Engish Psychology General Mathematics Fundamentals of Art Business Math General Shop Algebra I English for the Foreign Ben Basic Education OFFKI OCCUPATIONS Bookkeeping Typing Beginning Shorthand—Beginning (Gregg) Typing Advanced ABC Stenoscnpf Shorthand Office Machines Shorthand Dictation TRAOE TRAINING Auto Mechan.cs Electrical Systems Auto Mechanics A, r Condition mo Building Contractors Examination Review BUSINESS AM* MAMITIM6 Fundamental o* In. Real Estate Brokers I Principles ana Prac Insurance HOME MARINO Selection ana Core of Clones for the Far / Machine Shop Electronics Small Engines Techniques of Selling Real Estate Sales Real Estate Appraisals Clofhmg Construction Beginning Clothmg Constructio Advanced r0 AOmriONAl INfOtAUTION PIEAM CAU PL 4-4651 kimitM I. WON'T REBUILD ISRAEL! ,iii bet a soft ISRAEL BOND eeikl Isretl and moke it economically strong. V>S" t FR HOI RQ 'pOUKpO ^tf tjBV **l Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky Pfceet Jl 1 3505 MS MICHIGAN AVE.. MIAMI SUCH &*£££? eWiCt PRESCRIPTION OPTICIANS FASHION CENTEI Of THE SOUTH Largtt Selection in Latrtt bty •• for Men and Women FREE PARK.NO SPACE IN REAR CONVENIENT TO BUSES 728 LINCOLN ROAD r>" t>-M •" • Phone JE 84)749 Oculifti* 'irit'ipi oni Filled CON TC LENbEi DAT WORKERS SI 00 PER HI. HIGH TTPE WEEKIT MARK RESTAURANT A HOTEl HUP BMMJOYMKNT Serv ce FR JI-:Mai7 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 1 I WE CAN PLAN INSURANC TO SUIT YOU! ^ 32 YEARS OF SUCCESSFUL INSURANCE PLANNING FOR HUNDREDS OF SATISFIED CLIENTS. & company &f 98 $.w. tot it.* MM Phone 379-7555 OFFICES OF DISTINCTION hi PAVL0W RAT PROOFING A Specialty REGULAR PEST CONTtOl TOR THE HOME ANO BUSINISS FREE INSPECTION TRULY NOLEN EXTERMINATORS Tel. FR 7-1411 600 N W. 7th AVI. I hope y Grandm*' likes litf r flower funeral x Dignified, beautiful and reverently cared tor surroundings for our departed loved ones are a source of very real comfort to alL V.AMl ,, r JMff.7///A $ xM^m MO 1-7693 gdandfltl treit: H r Riverside directoi to ; I .. making aruiiyeim^b.. • II. ro. in PI I !.oautiful chaikls-all *i[h on j p -thorough]] M" : wi mi D of inl< pity, reliability and undevstaMU | • a Daerperaonal Bervieeat a coat no greater tl ini r sn ice.noreon r.Rixi • teCI ip %  % % % %  %  %  in Coral Gables, Miami Beach and North Dada Count) .. ei-rve alliUty stt. •-<. That is why so many families ask Rirc rsidito tai'. t ^timee of stress. riverside memorial chapel 9 i nc* rUNLRAL DIRECTORS gd B>arh: 12 JO Normandy Drive • l'JIh ai d Alton Rcui JE 11151 t( ,.1 at S.W.I7i!i Btftat • l a: 19000 K. K. 10th ATCSIM • WI F-W >l



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Friday. December 31. 1965 +Jmis9> Flcrraftftr Paqe 3-A •Israel Ambassador to U.S. Harman Will Be Guest Speaker at Academy Dinner ROStN AT HUM; tDUCATIONAl AIMS PAGE A WOMtNS COMMITTtt INDIAVO* PACl IB Interval in tin18th annual olaranip ciinniT of the Greater Hi i A Academy mounted %  -.niily Hi., week following >ii< Insure that Avraham Harman. Krael Ambeaaador to the United State*, will he principal raetkSr at Jan. 9 function at the De*U in which Ambassador Harman is hald by the Florida Jewish community." I Mile Hotel A rnmhmrd meeting of the Academy board of directors and of rtivirsarv of the State of Israel, aRabM Alexander S CSrOSS, prin ( ipal uf tlie Miami Beach Hebrew da) school since its Inception, noted thai the presence ol Ambassador Harman "has great significance, as 1H6 marks the 18th an the dinner committee will he h 148 One of the leadine member* of Isra.-i'diplomatic turps Harman has served his country in various top level capacities since her estab lishmetit In IJM6. he \raappoint l deputy director of the Israel Government press Office A year later, he was designated Israel's iit -st consul general in Montreal. Quebec Herman was transferred to the United States in October. 1950, as director of the Israel Office of Information and. concurrently, as counselor to the Delegation of Israel to the United Nations. In 1953, he was appointed consul general of Israel in New York, and served in this capacity until 1955, when he returned to Israel to assume the post of assistant director general of Israel's Foreign Ministry. Adath Yeshurun Dance Bonae Chapter Junior United Synagogue Youth of Temple Adath Yeshurun, held a Farewell lo 1965 dai i' "n Monda) In charge of the evening srere Scotl Davis, Fla IT) Price and Kancj. Goldberg. AMBASSADOR HARMAN For almost eight years before the establishment of the State of Israel. Harman was in charge of the English Section of the Information Office of the Jewish A-eniv for Palestine ATTENTION! Jewish Home for the Aged THRIFT SHOP NEEDS YOUR DONATION NOW! "FURNITUlf "-"APPLIANCES "CLOTHING"-"JIWILRY." etc. "All Items Tax Deductible" CALL 696-2101 NOW 2 LOCATIONS! i PkeaceY — 2*' '90 Of*-.I CopUt — SI •• V*A I* yen w. COPY SERVICE of Miami Beach 420 Lincoln lead Mall • = tn 102 C'su F.aer Ubby 4412 ssananaMa EETS 1 'hocoi — K< ICO OHi C.p.., — J1 %  >..• ro. >••< COPY SERVICE of Miami tt .--, i >i t i Shsee'if • %  '• Sal N.E. 7fth St. ;m. 23S-A) BSSSJSSJBSJBJBl 'ia L & G. GLASS AND MIRROR WORKS 136 SW 8th STREET Phone FR 1-1363 wr I:\STAIJL GLASS Ilrl. I VI HY ll IKPOM'! STORE FRONT PLATE AND WINDOW CLASS fvmtiurt tops, Bevtlet) Mirrors and Rnilvermq Our Specialty Morris Orlin, founder f \ } } THIS WEEKS PERSHING SPECIAL! LEASE AN AIR-CONDITIONED 1966 CHEVY 2-Door or 4-Door Hardtop POWERGLIDE POWER STEERING V8 EZI GLASS RADIO WHITE WALL TIRES ONLY $ 89 90 PER MONTH (24-MONTH NET LEASE!) ANSWERITE TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE FR 3-2666 — JE 8-0721 you on MORE CALLS WHEN YOUR PHONE IS ANSWERED RITE MODERATE RATES 24-HOUR SERVICE — Strvmf — JftFTRSON NIGHLANO MURRAY UNION FRANKLIN PLAZA NfWTON I Call JE. 2-5421 I 4 OFFICES TO SERVE YOU! PERSHING AUTO LEASING



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Par*-A JMtf HcrkMar Friday. Doce>mbr 31, 196> • > cc th c It Jeivish Floridian 057ICE icd PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4605 Teletype Communications Miami TWX 305-696-4869 FRED E. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher LEC MTJfDLIN Executive Editor fSZllK M. THOMPSON .Asst to. Publisher T* Jaartsh riiir:,lliii dom nut eua-ant.-* th> Kaahrntb %  te anr*-han4lai> 4vrt -J In Ita ralnmai Published arv Friday alnea 1JT by Th Jaw1h norljia* at IM S K Sixth Str*t. Miami 1. FI.Ti.1a Second-CUaa Poatajja Paid al Miami. Florida. Tha Jawiah Fior.o.jr. naa aoaoro.d tha Jiaa Uit ana IM Jawnh nttk!, MimM' of tha Jin Telegraphic Agency. Seven Arte Feature Syndicate. World*.da N'J Service, National Editorial Aein.. Amar.can Aaan • SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Local Area One Vaar M 00 Three Vaara Stf OS Out of Town Upon Requeet Volume 38 Number 53 Friday. December 31. 1965 8 Teveth 5726 Changing Erhard: A Changing Germany Ludwig Erhard s visit to the Uru'.ed States has been enough to conl-rm a major suspicion. He may have been the architect of West Germany's economic resurgence after World War II. But as a diplomat, he is pretty much a second rater. The imbroglio over restitution payments to victims of Nazi tyranny wes a singular case in point, which despite official government "explanations" flew n the face of the Chancel.c:'s campaign promises. To boot, he made a series of vows to American Jewish leaders that no seasoned head of state would eve: consider not alone because they can never be implemented, but also because they have too much of the ring of the Boy Scout about them This is particularly sr> in the mctter of relations between Bonn anc West Germany. Speak to any otfccial or even unofficial observer ot the scene today, and one is likely to come awcy with the impression that profound changes are taking place in Europe's most powerful country. The attitude toward Israel, and toward Jews geny, an ongoing responsibility that has long weighed heavily on German shoulders, seems to be stiffening considerably Perhaps this was to be expected. But coming on the heels as it does of formahzation of relations between the two peoples only last Apr.l and the change seems bizarre. Undoubtedly the new posture is as a consequence of the startlingly unilateral confidence our own government seems to be showing Bonn especially where atomic weapons are concerned. Both the spirit and the historic perspective shared by the United States and the Soviet Union on this question from the earliest days of 'heir World War II ties has in this regard been severely violated. Whatever the United States expects horn suc.n behavicr is possibly another subject. Nevertheless, it relates to the growing recalcitrance between Bonn and Israel, among other things, which sugaests a kind of independence of spirit without regard to others and which, we predict, will increasingly be felt in a variety ol West German diplomatic dealings. Chancellor Erhard's second-rate quality emerged during his visit here, not because he is do.ng one thing at home and saying another in Washington this is par for the course but because of the manner :n which it is all being carried of. Even the sincerity of ring is absent, which should cause anxiety to rise further still as one observes the image of Germany's future today. A Startling Achievement The sale of $2,775,000 in State of Israel Bonds in the Greater Miami community constitutes something of a record. Predictions that the S3 million mark will be reached by New Year's eve makes the achievement even more startling. The announcement during the Ambassador's Ball last Sunday night gives cause for South Flondians to take a measure of pride in the accomplishment. The Israel Bond campaign is a major instrument of fund-raising for the Jewish State. The campcuan offers Israel the means of capital investment for the economic and industrial development of the young nation. Since the establishment of the drive back in 1951. the Israel Bond campaign has provided Israel the wherewithal to achieve an impreswlve growth borderincj on a miracle Israel has come iaj along the road to economic independence, a goal that looms nearer with each passing year. The job. however is not yet done As Israel's population expands as a consequence of substantial levels of immigration, a= well as natural increase development must also increase. If Israel is to be in a position to sustain an expected population of three million in 1970. the vast Negev desert must be irrigated and settled, while the Central Galilee must be cultivated The announcement of Greater Miami's achievement Sunday night helps the attainment of all these necessary ends. Hebrew Academy Dinner The 18th anniversary dinner of the Hebrew Academy on Jan. 9 will alsn celebrate the 18th anniversary of the State of Israel. Officials of the Academy see in this "chca tlitsx tie a" distinct relationship to the aims o: the Hebrew day school's aims: the integr>: ol an American-oriented program ot acaden study together with an uncompromised curriculum in Hebrew language and Judaic stud. the purpose of giving students a total view ot the woiid in which they live a view placed against a backdrop ot historic Jewish pers: tive. The Hebrew Academy has been doing since its establishment on Miami Beach eight teen years ago. Supporters of the school are nurturing a vision of a total curriculum fcsiudents. where young people learn what it is to be a Jew in historic and religious terms while at the same time growing into the An can way of life. The Jan. 9 dinner will be highlighted by lb* appearance of Israel Ambassador to the United States Avram Herman. The distinguished envoy's presence should symbolize the highest intentions of the Hebrew Academy. Wisp in the Wind The Russian gesture designed to soften its attitude toward the 3.000,000 Jews living behin I the Iron Curtain is a bare beginning. In fact, what is observed as a gesture seems more like a testing of the atmosphere. One can not deny that the pressures applied upon the Soviet Union at the United Nations and as a consequence of American Jewish organizational emphasis on Moscow's inequitable treatment of its Jewish population are in some measure responsible for the wisp in the wind. But it only that the week ... as i sec it by LEO MINDMN UUE MUST he grateful %  little things, no U-ss \ ilnriiw the neek for biK oner "**** f or e umn in the Miami Newt >Dec 21. Mr Roberts offi up this dictum "If th.' want a Star of David dis| on the courthouse at n propriate time, let them have it This is a little thin• number of reasons In the r .place uhy should any decent, self respecting Jew want a v David on the courthouse" — which is to say that the time -.. never be appropriate for such a display In the second place. M erts' gift is a gratuitous one. he is in no position to offer it Hence he is in fact giving what is beyond his power to deliver For above and beyond his hyperthyroid reaction to the itlast week by Rev. John Papandrew to coax the Metro Cominto abandoning the exovs on the Dade County Courthouse, tn not lose sight of an irai>ortant fact That the News columnist .. to perpetuate one illegal act by compounding it with another tl hr of us in theI wear as a mask lor patriotism ami Ann-i icamsm IHCOUkMGING THt KflWC AHD Trff SPMOTI/Al IACK ROBERTS' REAC I ION to Ban Papandrew ehalll ** case In point So anthe reactions of all the bifOta mon§en who ma> well have beet iged bj the eo • w of the nd'i purpose basic tmerican nghi ..I t the First Amendment to the Constitution ol th. i • • !•' .. rt hia observation thai thenai nothing wrong in louse that then -,'..!! crossei on all I f the the moment, Mayor Hall apparent lj l ber out ot which side of his ubiquitous yarmulki i >rgel thai except for Commiaaioner Karl Stamei ruemhei "i the Metro Commission, Including several Jewish • %  who failed to tal!> the CO %  to do H stood up at least .. I) to recognize the propriet) of Kcv Papandrew i posit 'ant was the nois) hunch at the hark of th room, who met Bet Papandrew alter the ruling las,! l) attorne) %  equal!) illogical ruling Composed la p known as the Dade Count) Improvement \ lantzatlon reminiscent ol the no*, defunct Dade Owners Association once led b) the late David Hawthorn* simiiarlv Pitheconthropui Bractua motlvattoo, the) ia.: i |">ur forth their venom in pure haded and nan • I Papandrew left the meeting, he had been dubbed everyth ethical atid Communist to homosexual To emphaaizi the po a.nised him to go hack where he came from some ..t us ..•• tuularly familiar with this hit of fnrndlv ad\ rotwDo "M coNsmi/riOM niu so AHI AD BERHAPS MEMBERS OF the hade Count) impi non or th.-ir ilk who wbaaquentl) ami threatenini • %  eph :. calls t the Reverend, might havi '•^s col which wa ntl) entitl In this delightful presentation the New colun" Hut tinfact that Papandrew is a minister will undoubti ttmmifsioii Union t h,commissionen have a lit) %  I background', the) ma) think the) re dealing with st is the God '.. sure in true Vigilante fashion that ihould occur Mi Boberta then quoted Bei Papandn • tUtion makes it dear that chunh and state are to in%  Havii public propart) vktlataa the constitution fensa of what is logaj apporentl) hoi< \t r lo ma ti into that ttreeorne new eaaaa ( shovu erne Court decJsioni No matter that the vast approve lust thova them around because • an win No one should argue against tins kmd of minor Inaut ij as he Rirmlses, Impoaaible to win for m these term* def> Mi '• •""! jrou def) the Divine \t all, the n h Mr Boberl ihvioual) la parl :"i ha baa declared h -.-.1 in hia Dec Jl column a> its spokesman is alw. ibovod around it %  about time, bii •hat we put an end to the entire \mencan princil :anist th*potential tvtanin ol the B with tyranny, and fool steam ah. ad •tATOt HAll THt UniHAll VICTOK? IT IS AT just aboul this point that the News columnist makefoi his finest hour, with the offer to Jews (who may want display a Star of David on the couithou.se And. in the BSVl ll he ledares "W don't need the Civil i.iin-rties Union knockii all religious rymbola.* 1 Such a juxtaposition is rather unfortunate It somehow hi an equation of Jews u ,th the Civil laln-rties I nion line needs r bei to be rerninded of the kind of mentality I'lthecanthi Crectua again that makes this kind of quasi political deduct..> ati illogical premise and an outrageous conclusion Nevertheless there is coiisistencv in it For example. Rev Pi • %  ariain and again let it be known that he had appeared b> the Metro Commission in his capacity as chairman of the Florida Oil 1 ion Never mind — he hss since been mercilcssh 1 fan hi. capacity as minister of th.First Unitarian ( huich ami What better ranaoti IN MI Boberta to nigseat its all a Jewish No wonder the Dade County lmpnn.inent Association w: ill force With such staunch a.iv oeat-s for American demo Metro Mayor Chuck Halls mm sided suggestion BUT) vet M L



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Friday. December 31. 1965 ki%i fkrrhi/ Page 3-A Bourguiba Restates Plan Continue** from Page 1-A it return to the United Nations legality, respect lor L'N decisions There is t portion of Israeli territory which mutt be returnrd to hSo Arabs. I know that Israel would no* accept this easily, but it was still worth suggesting," he declared. Ashed whether he thought it would be possible in the future to negotiate with the Israelis without preconditions, he said: "I would rather not fight with people who ere obstinate. My proposals had been made to ensure at least a minimum of peaceful co-existence between existing elements. The policy of hatred and bitterness has achieved nothing in 17 years." Mr. Kban. in answer to question to the Bourguiba proposals, said: "Nothing could be more uncongenial to the success of the Bourguiba initiative than expressions of public embrace from Israel Our reply was that we were prepared to negotiate with any Arab states on any question What we cannot accept is that we must make prime concessions in order to win their arrival at the conference table." Regarding the Arab refugee question, Mr. Eban stated: "The moral consideration must : .-:ipel u.only to adopt those solutions which make for the peace o: '.he Middle East and tht welfare o: the refugees, and forbids us to compound the sufferings of the >ait by creating new tendons for 'iie future. I don't believe that any statement by Israel about her willingness to take back a fraction ol the refugees would advance >?tce by a single step.' i I .-i • ri • • cALAAlu never IWl it s& &&&&... Rub a lamp. Get a genie. Time was that might have worked. In a fantasy or a fairy tale. Not today. Today, Aladdin's Lamp is a Certificate of Deposit Rub it, and you'll have a modern genie every bit capable of doing your bidding. The only thing you need to do is to put the genie in the lamp. And the only way you can do that is through regular investments in time deposits. Aladdin's Lamp, anyone? Minimum investment of $1,000 or more for 6 months or longer. Discuss Certificates of Deposit with your banker at these locations. PER ANNUM On Certificates of Deposit THE m i MIAMI BEACH T* FIRST NATIONAL BANK ALTON ROAD AT LINCOLN MALI • MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA Telephone 531-7311 UNITED NATIONAL BANK % 80 SOUTH BISCAYNE BOULEVARD • MIAMI. FLORIDA Telephone 377-8731 Mmhrn Fftent] PTOMI 1—WMCT Cocporttior.



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Fro r\ +Jeis*rkrkKairi Friday. December 31, 1965 T S C JI ti d I 1 r t J NEW HORIZONS OPEN IN THE FLORIDA SENATE Snyder Eyes N. Miami Beach Growth me time, Arthur I Snyder .K-;till recall the handsome nun uh<> operated the itone BwpjUan lit Miami Academic Honors Sn; r is senior i tner in the and Stern \ ini les five < hild • ind the i %  les lie was South Floi ida to I i %  \ • .i>n to his law di m the L'niversitj ami. •'irst in class in •;. Snydei as a r ol Scii no armac) from Columbia l'niversitj u hire In Bted i rst in I N'orth Miami Beach has had unbelievable rate of expanMa) or Sr j der said "VI • %  were a town of 1.500 in 1992 We -i aim •>•. 90.000 todaj Besides, • i • %  an totm 20,000 in uninc porated areas around us — pockets of people who think an. I feel the) re North Miami Beachites ems? Well." h.explain< i i asil) v t su/fi r the probof any city rth We must render services • i dents w ho don't pa) .. loi lima ..::. r You it takes nthi : the rit) '.'X rev< nue from the < ti pen in firsl •• %  es into : he las tends to Frrsf in Integration Mayor Snyder ii proud of his record in ra We havi i verj la r-.AVO* ARTHUR SHYDtX soys whof'J on his mind %  \a tact, we had the il s) -' %  m in : of %  city's set ices in< lu I I .,11(1 cultui il in .iitli the onl) i il) mpic ou force Si e in pn\ II in past th< > II bu) homes ai .n then unership Objective Politics Dea< It s rath i • by urvey, we 1 that our communit) is divided into almost identical thirds at ding to Protestant and .1wish idk ntifii ation l tlunk he said l hop* led • wi ve tried to ke< p v rth Aged Home Buys Dade School Site chase ol the Roo evelt I i %  site for 170 000 i the Dade County Board ol I .' i l >truction has been an ed b) the Jewish Honu toi I he l 28 acn site I \'K *ve from 51st to 52i d Sti While no specific use has been set for the property. Judge Irving Cypen, JHA president, said •he Home is surveying the need tor added residential facilities and the site will be phased into •he JHA expansion plans. IMA also known a 1 I 1 las i borders l h e north side RoOSeveH School .iti• \f 92B I St ai I ini lades i care and residential quarters among its complete -27 me ladlities Tht R • i elt S< hool was placi d in servica bj the Made I ounty d of Public Instruction Dec B, i!M4 declared surplus :v 196 l Two i its structures and various other improvement! are an the propertj iiuii-fiT of title to the propert) waaccoaspiiahed Od i.? accord ing to Judj;o Cypen Rabbi Landau on Radio Rabbi Sol Landau, at the Eh th I)a\ul l DI regataan, was guest on the WQAM Lee Vogel Open PI loruni" on Wednesda) to discuss Thr Jew and the Christian HoliSeason NOW OPEN Towne House for Con va lescen ts 899 N.W. 4th Street, Miami Tel: 377-8914 SAMUEL GITLEN Owner SHIRLEY SCHACHTER, R.N.-B.S. Nreaaer TTi PuWi. hufscci ",i Home tun apportionment Meanwhile, his wife Helen, and children, Michael 12 Richard 12, Kenneth l". Diane 0 and ,, ill ior him no matter what he does. In the tare o| the now decision, however, many l>otontial candidates fur the |..,-i tion of Mayor of North \1 Beach arc already seeking Ma) i Snyder's aupport. Hold It," he's telling these days The kodj Is not • cold Major Sn M Pact Is, It never :'l ~ is too busy rigoreus toward the t*-st latei %  communit) be ier*/< PGSCO Specks Before Zionists Sam Pascoe was .,; ,i luncheon meeting -peak of the son • luh i i ev nted chaii Ii lewi-h Welfare Board FORTE' TOWERS NORTH MODELS NOW OPEN •1 mmi wi a*P Miami Beach politics awaj from personalities and religion, it would seem that we've come as close to •' non anti Semitic tical societ) as you i an Rnd an) where He thought for a mom nt It wasn I alwa) %  thi m North Miami Beach Too man) member when it was othei v | this is a health) thing, ents take their Miami Beach Zionist DistrM last Breech |t We h w UM the Riti Ptaas Hot. Pascoe is eaectrtii LTraest voter turnout of any comPascoe discussed UitiSemil dent of Miami Beach I munit) here We hit 75 and w bun Hou Extensive is It" B'nal ft nth a ^radua'. percent almoat consistently." Prof ^ndre Bialolenki, pro,: vcrsit? ol Michigan, „ %  • UayorSn) ied that Jew ehairman of Ihe-HIOA Luneheoi merfy as-H-iaiwt with ti ish vot( rs havi I reason I d thai Mr Ahi.ih.un Wolf for his (To h rms in office Some Of Di) '! OSt vii %  its Collateral Activities Ills n lies %  %  %  I I I I) For insl e. 1 n %  ...islied in the on r bat tli ith :. i press pn si nl — and to thrash out the pr >bl< ms dividii us You don't advocati secret I come up a%  hero to the press Bui ihi> is what I believe Mayor Snyder emphasized He ed: "1 am pro Mi tro No oi believes tins But I feel that with out Metro wi would haw cfaao* Ni verthelesa I m also for thr ridual cities making up our communit) The Metropolitan eminent Charti r ca lor two les.els of goternmi nl \I it n i in'., foi tin Count) Com -ion to take the posrt > oni the panai ea all ills in to hial m Ma) ed thru terms apresident of liith on Mi members with fondness startii the drive that took I I ah then know n .is Mont. >! it-, small building into its pn sent, inj i ing struct Right i iw Mayor ftaydi r is • i ourt ml to decidi whether he will run for tin Florida > i ruiing iil determine the valid oi .i pian for Dade County's leu '" !' %  Ii on the basis of two from North i>atii %  from South Dade and ni countywide from all n ports, the court has alread) approved I plan New Horizons As president of the Dade Lea of Municipalities l feel that the daily press will at nsl me Also I am wi known in the north of the (o i. and not in the south if the D trie! Court rules against this p .md decides that all candidates must run countywide, then in with m> duties as mayor tins raos up As of nuu. it seemi they've upheld the | I RENTALS: e**ki'*iev Deljie EfMsiSlei S*^loot" Apor*rr.^nft, Del-iae Bedroom Apcifftiii tiih IM baitit. 2 Bedroom Apartment* wtltt 7 full bottwooms. W- m. Cm* I. • Cnl ear (•namc-e • I!••*•# service • Seortee e>ee — ••; % t.• • WeSk-ta Oat liowa tat lilnia .-.M28 .... Mffl „.. *220 P.rSta, IMIMX Clh'tAL AM COSOiUOMHO AND hlA'.SQ. ^ tMOMCUAllY COttlfiOUlO ZS WiS'lNGHOoSt AUtLlCM.C UTCHtHS I ifoJ^wefJjH oude ".TScoMrc;otf • A-MM/ oAY(/9thSTRfH)CAUSfWAY WIAMI BEACH PrHE:fio6^9liXC0r'AiCV.A0U!M'rfVfcit. I960



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Fare S-A. *JeisWcrkto?r I ON AD ROSIN 1.1. BINDER W(Hr/f CONIN Leonard Rosen Helms Academy Dinner Marking Institution's 18th Anniversary BL en %  • n I rt. il | th, ru • A'.. VI ;.i rt pr. n -. k: c %  re than 150 members of sevtop-level dinner committees vorking with general chairLeonard Rosen, to assure a d attendance and entertain nd informative program at :8th annual scholarship din4 the Greater Miami Hebrew • my on Jan 9 at the DcauHetel I -vim: Bl MWM ate chairmen 3. I Binder paat pretidenl lonorarj presidenl of the Heb\cademjr Jack S Popick. vice ::t of the Amencan Friend* ie Hebrew University and ^r ot the Israeli institution'! df govei noi t; and Jacob Rifeader of the Israel Hi-tadrut littee fbi Greater Miami cseph Cohen, president of fr> Bureau of Jewish Education, t'c Jack A. Cantor, Florida curmin for Yeshive Univer-,, re acting as co-chairmen ". Rosen. %  national honorarj committee it chaired bj Mayor Elliott I wit and M'olfie Cohen All 1 •mnntte. are coordinated by em) president, Louis Merwitnd vice pn sidenl Sam Kein • ith wch an outstanding 'tip Ml. AND MRS. CFNFT lomat as Ambassador Avraham Harman as our speaker, with the llarr> Genets as guests of honor and with the 18th anniversaries of Israel and the Hebrew Academy lebrated, it is significant that such devoted servants of Judaism and Israel have been enlisted." Rosen said Bui it iequally to the members the dinner committee and to the Academy's board of direton that we owe the continuing success Of these annual scholarship din Theirs IK truly a task of love Rosen concluded JOSEPH CONIN AT A GLANCE e More than 65 per COBl of Hebrew Academy students are on full Of partial scholarships, financed largely by the annual scholarship dm ner e Opening t a North Hade branch in 1965 enrollment to a record 431 students, from kindergarten through the 12th grade • \ senu'i high school for girls, begun last year, has expanded to a full, threeyear curriculum e students maintain a full schedule of general education, in addition to Hebrew and Jewish studies, five days a week from 8.20 a.m. until 3 :15 p m. • The Hebrew Academy is accredited by the Florida State Department of Education. e tirades through the ninth are coeducational, with 60 per rent of the students boys, 40 DOT cent girls e Ten buaei and a station wagon supply transportation for students from throughout Dade and Broward counties e Graduates of the Hebrew Academy attend such institutions as Hebrew and Bar-llan I niversities in Israel. MIT. Harvard. Yeshiva. Columbia. California and Florida Rabbinical Assn. Notes Celebration The Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami designated last S t Dei 15, as Hebrew Academy Sabbath The Hebrew Academy is an all iia> school combining MCV if sta> ,hes with intensive reUgloui tta Rabbi Jonah F tapian. president declared. its classes begin with nurearj school through junior high school .in.s were urged to devote a ser il •' subject during the Sab bath, Rabbi ('apian explained JACK CANTO* Rabbi Gross Believes Torah Education Inalienable Right of Every Jewish Child' rorah education is the in able right of • ,. rj I i bild and it is the respon %  evei i ilixen oi the di community to provide such lucut is is the basic belief ol Rabbi ander S Gross the Hebrew principal for the past 14 who has made it hilife to realise this goal. -rom 1940 to 1945, he held binic positions in Astoria. I., Oenwer. Colo., Washington ghts, N. Y.; and Paterson, f J., before aeeeptirvj a post in -5 with Torah Umesorah, n onixation dedicated to the eslishment of day schools -oughout the United States. served Torah Umaaurah as educational director through • and than was called to I irah, a Sefardic edu up, to help in the of religious schools ihparei ti iti Bed with the educational facilities in his borne town <>t Scranton, Ps had sent him to Yeshivah Torah Vodaath in kl) n N V al the age ol nine. • eived his elementary. school education and rabtrainii i irdained in 194 I Rabbi ( i f • also holds a H A Ie %  i. Teai tier's i ni,. %  i.i I niversit). and .< Hastei i in • lion fi on the I nil ersit) Of Miami During his stint with Torah rah Rabbi Gross was responsible for the establishment of 20 elei rj Habrea Da) schools throughout the United States m eluding the Hebrew A< adcm> in li4K lie BCCaptad the principal -iii|) o| the Hebrew Academy in August. 1961, and has served in tiiat capacity since. tfON scuaoirs YIDDISH-AMERICAN VAIBBVilAM ON STAGE IN PERSON Fentowi F.roe*on Yiddish Comedy Star CHANNf COSBf C tfON SCNACHTfl t CiTft STUN in Cenoee'y ond Many Others in a Hobday Revet Meiical Director -Scnwool Ferinke On Screen "Stvtn Iridei for Seven Brothers i CINEMA 123S WASHINGTON AVf. Matinee CoM.m.o,,. | ti„, Pprlormlncf • Algkj, Preen 1 P. M I \m %9W% JE JJO; B.tPW/ DOGRACiNG EVERY NiGHT IXClfT aUNOAV Just a small revolution! Big Change in... Tempo Filter Gaudies New Tobacco Blend More Tobacco Taste Gurion Branch Meets Wednesday First meeting of the New Year for the Farband. Ben-Gunon Branch, will be held on Wednesday, evening at Miami Beach Fed i al. 755 Washington Ave. Manuel Hurstein. president, will onduct the business agenda ftaeond half of the meeting will include a talk on "Chanuka. More it.an a Mn.icle of Oil." by Bernard Furman. cultural chairman, and a ip it yiddiafe and Fnglish selections by Mrs Frances Packer m NO ••• NODI Friday, Docambor 31, 196': RING IN THE '•"V STARLIGHT ROOF 'MUSIC, DANCING, NOISE MAKERS, DINNER CHAMPACNE WHISKEY. WINi P.M. U 3 A M BISCAYNE TERRACE Talai Piem't •• PtttMt'if IRVING PIETRACK atJHifaaaai (kcMttn COMPLETE SEVEN COURSE SUMPTUOUS DINNER ALL FOR caa AWSJ SNIRIIY FOR tisftYATioajs 0*. rroo M ,h Boll 4 0M Clot I o< O.-0M" Ox 01... %  — BISCAYNE TERRACE jiii. SM '• ti'i: &$? -^ SPECIAL NEW YEAR $ EVE PERFORMANCES 7:45 A, 10:45 P.M. 54.75. 5.75. 4.75 BR0A0WAYS CURRENT LONG RUNNING COMEDY HIT NOW IN ITS THIRD YEAR! NOW! ON STAGEI IN PERSON! 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Fridcy. Lecwnber 31. 1965 +Jcnist tkrMiar Page 9-A Russia is Making Token Concessions Co-.ru*d from Pagt 1A in th rsatroMwd Soviet pren In i* I the n*lt in pro*cutiom rwreni no hift in the bjiic Scitt poi;< of attrition of JwW orouo identity." tf report -#io 2 l' : till he limited bak |0| and • of .: itzoh for Paai over 15#-' HI M-soow. Leningrad and a few ilhiT citiea This, the i.|xirt : i.iv.e Ctill h ft most of the Jesiita nUMt ouUide the large i!" without Ihil staple of the Paaeover obser. ancc Before 195? mat. '< was available in State stores rartber than >nly in rjrugo ftues. it ;*• nted o'it 3. Kr. gemenl "f the -m .!< %  Yiddish ;•• nodical published m the Soviet Union, Sovietiah Heimland, inclusion, a it of articles on Jewish tustor) ;•• d JvwM literature, increase ir, %  • >; its puhh ration (1 thl) to month ly>. alv | Mi< n on ol several volumes of "i ddis| 1 terature, indud ing an • in Yiddish for the fit st time ahaci ISW* AH thii is welcome I cure ttie paunt> ^ 1 lone.s "f the pub ticatior. knirtn The appearance of a h.. 1 vul o: • >olu cannot I*' mist.iki i real publication program the Conference report comnii I 4. P'&-ni*e o tf rabbi of Motcoo t main synagogue that • pub..cation of 10.000 prayar books i" Habraw would b pormiHoO that 15 to JO students would be admitted to the Moscow Yeshivah which has been virtual' shut c*own since 1962, and th< %  -natioh would be freely available in Moscow for Passover 196S. "These promises," the Conference stated, "were accompanied by a curiously sad note. Silence has prevailed about them in the Soviet Union, although they were broadcast by Radio Moscow on its overseas transmission." ."> A gala performance In Mot cow of the Shoatakovitch Thirteenth swnphony. including a ehoral rendering of the Yevtushenko Babi Yar, was m contraaf to two >eais ago. when both the lytnphony and the poem were vimlentl> denounced and withdrawn from the Soviet repertoire. "This is %  ten as suggesting the possibility MARCELLO IMASTROIANNI • URSULA I ANDRESS r: ^ ViCTiM COLOR Is Murderously WBM Funny! Q t GEE!! of a reversal of the Soviet policy if silence about the Jewish vii tuns of the Nail holocaust, .'ere it not for the notable failure of Soviet authorities to break this silence even in the inscriptions on monuments to Nazi victims." the Conference report declared 6. The "public and authoritative condemnation of anti-Semitism" ii> no less a personage than I'reniin Kosygin and in no less official a publication than Pravda, la evaluated as "the most significant do velopment" of recent months Seen in its context, however, the Conference said that the Kosygin statement "was not principled or I aaed on morality but on tactical and strategic grain || — the image it the Soviet Union abroad. \. verthelesa, the condemnation is to IK' taken seriouslv the report holds, as a signal that anti Sent itism is not in favoi The Conference concluded that the "Soviet leadership is sensitive and troubled. Moscow is vulnerable; it is susceptible to the pressure of world opinion it does move in response to it." In a statement accompany the repot' the organisation* comprising the Conference renewed then pledge not to rest from their efforts to keep world opinion (b Qtiaed on the situation of Soviet Jewrj until it has been accorded the ruinand privileges available to other national ethnic religion groups in the Soviet Union." Gutted Jewish 4 Y' Gets Assist Offers THE BIG. BRIGHT BRAND-NEW ROOM ON THE BCACH Continued from Page l-A step to help avert similar tragedies. The JWB memorandum said that "a life-consuming fir* has been virtually unknown in Jewish Community Center history" and that the safety guides list had been prepared to assure that "never again will such a tragedy occur." He said JWB affiliated Centers throughout the country had offered to hold fund-raising drives and to loan equipment and supplies to ihe stricken Yonkcrs Center As the probe into the cause of l„ disaster continued, it was disi loaed that many thousands of hiWren attending center cUsses %  nd workshops in major cities in Sew York state depend for their lives in f""e emergencies almost, ntireh n lnc %  lenness and calm nesa of their teachers Alarm tys in not required even in pul>lu schools in New York State. George H Proper. Jr.. director of the New York State Division of Fire Safety, said it would be "highIs desirable" if community centers had regular fire drills The flash fire trapped of children taking music lessons and lb ee instructors in a room the fourth floor of the venter Miami Social Club Miami rTtendlj Social Club was no | | a gel together social on ihursday, 7 p m ..' the Israelite enter. 3178 BW 25th St Max Garshag il reaadenl ol the croup. Most of the 100 children in the building were led to safety. Many children made their way along ledges four stories above the ground until they reached firemen's ladders. The child victims included three sets of brothers and sisters, aged 7 to 11. Nine other persons were injured in the blaze and four were hospitalized. The children had been seated in a room on the fourth floor waiting for after-school music lessons to start, when smoke began to filter into the room. The victims all apparently died from smoke poisoning. STARRING THEfflGHWAYMEN Emily Yancey and the ShrertOBM The Calo Brothers Quartet RESERVATIONS CALL 532-3600. ASK FOR PAVLO. Ml NUOUS SHOWS FROM .. OORAL HOTEL ON-THEOCEAN. COLLINS AT 48TM V>'.... •• i'Ommm %  • >• •'-••' %  • w fi^ IRQQSEVELT PLAYHOUSE % "l -73 ARTHUR GODFREY R0 • MIAMI BEACH 5380501 § i" ERNEST STEAN AN0 KEN 6AST0N PRESENT ALIVE WITH HUMOR! PLAZA W<Disneys rrtosf hiianoue comedy 17IAT DAR!M CAT 12 J 1 1 3I1S jfe Mi | t a. OPENING TUES. EVE JAN. 4 THRU JAN. IG TWO WEEKS T0M**fc PI JOAN 1^ "Never Too Late"



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:ge 10-A *A*i ar i apons w a cd scriminatory !•> Bonn. He swered that his countrj w .i> inested in Uniting the number potrer but thought seti the NATO nuclear arm istion bad priority over tini^ i of th<' non-proliferation treaty. thought hit poaMaan mi m Use tb that 'i the United States Go*. • nment Emanu-EI Torah Luncheon Club l'orab Luncheon Club ol Temple ninu El wil hniil its first sea m en Mondaj lIS i> m .t M.I ; : ne Hotel Voe in its sixth year the Torah cs)eon Club, led by Dr lr\ ing hrman has become an eetabi %  lion of tlu' Temple Me m ber s meal to stud) Jewish erature aad participate in an into utilizing texts and %  I Btariea The dob iheld I>Ieklj .. a) meml 11 pie In a i the American ( o incil i \ Sen u> !,.. %  lohi son i" dis ith the i ba Vest German Governmenl lion to despei ... group of \ ictin I N i %  i" i wire senl by i, ns, President •,,! %  • in. -' in the ma (I in orto avoid s hardship >>f I .. |?r o ibis deeai Ihs The commit:.a is vomposed I I athoUc, Pro n atant noi set tai sit and Jt srish reliei and resettlement agen including the J lint Distribution Committee and tluUnited Hias senior West German Ambassador Henrich Knappstein cHtclosed he had received a petition from the Jewish Naii Victims Organiiation of America, asking Chancellor Erhard not to sign the new Bundestag law curtailing payments to victims and that he transmitted the petition to the Chancellor. The petition given to the Am aassador i>> the group's preatdent. Ifoses l Socachevsky, and its sec re tar) Felix Lasky. said West < %  < %  many's obligation ;<• honor o mitments for indemnification ol Jews **ho escapt i Iron I'wtam l. 1B63 in of honor" and should ix' fulfilled It expreased Jewish concern lest the new n I \ a tun.., tht \.i/. suffer further hardship '.'* • %  1 Dr. Henry King Stanford, president of the Univeisity of Miami, eceives hearty congratulations from Lome Greene, star of the elevision show "Bonanza." at the Ambassador's Ball last Sunday night at the Fontainbleau Hotel. (See Story. Page 1-A.) -^ooking on is Israel Consul Shimon Yallon. NEW YEAR'S GREETINGS and sincerest best wishes to all our friends PATH and ELLIOTT ROOSEVELT William Bornstein (left' takes over from Leon I. Ell as preeident of th* Jewish National Fund Council of Greater Miami. Ceremonies were held Dec. 5 at the INK Me Ami Development Dinner at the Fontainebleau Hotel. Others elected .not shown are Dr. Irving Lehrman. chairman. INF Foundation; Joseph Cohen, vice president; Jacob Fishman. vice president. Abraham Grunhut. vice president: Sam Schachno. financial secre tary; Mrs. Eva Blum, recording secretary; Benjamin Appel treasurer; and Mrs. Miriam Press. Comptroller. Ell was elected honorary president of the Council. AJCong. Council Meeting Slated Rabbi Leon Kronish, president. South Florida Council, American Jewish Congress, announces that .i meeting of the Council will take place [Tiursday. .'an 8, ;'t the American Jewtati Congreas Office in the l onajrt %  BMg Miami Reports will (*• glvt b) Be are* s Mandler. chairman <>< the mission on Law and Social K> lion on current l" lating to ciivl rights and civil li berties Abraham Grunhut, chairman •I e i ommissioa on International :will report on Soviet Jewry, recent developments in West Germany, and the camps lain i S ratification f United Nations Human Rights Agret mt ii t — Kabbi Max Upecbitx. chairman of the Commlasion on Jewish \f lairs will report on the projected ram for Jewish cultural an richment here. Rabbi Morris Kipper chairman oi thi' Commission on (.'omnuinitj Interrelations, will report on the Dade mint) Communit) Relations Board Otters of the South Florida Council arc RabM Loon Kronish. president; Rabbi Jonah E Caplan, Jack i' Gordon, Beatrice afuakat, sice presidents; Sylvia I) Kaplan president, Florida Women's DiviNew Year Resolution "A New Year Resolution srai to be the topic of a lecture b> Dr Abraham Wolfson befon the Spinoza Forum for Adult Education on Thursday morning. Dec. 30. in the auditorium of Washing ton Federal. 1234 Washington Ave. A musical program and recita lions by members of the audience were to precede Dr Wilfson's talk. Sunshine Chapter Luncheon Party part) %  M Ion I --• on Ti i b) the folio thine Chapter. B nai • Mi M II i is Bernateaa, Mrs \ kin Ann Bettei Mi i : Hn !!• • amin rating annh i Proi i Is will be used foi I 4 services ol B'rith. Sen Ing as hoateaaes are M : in Klein Mrs H s,,i Gould MrMolly Ml \ nnont Ml %  Ann b> 't, i. and Mi>' %  man Mrs Krank Burg la preoidenl nl Sunshine Chapter Mrs Thnma< D. Friedman iIn charge) of chap* i ubUcit) 'Vanishing Jews' Is Series Theme The Vanishing Jen Throu.; 1 the World" will tie the theme of the Temple Ntr Tanud monthly symposiums bem^ Inaugv thimonth Lecture delivered by Kii> bi David Shapiro of Temple Sinai, lioihuood on Wedisaaday at n Mon; Joseph Ne-cl treasure! Bel p m. as on What i> llap li Kamen, secretarj peninc to the .Jew in Ru-ma !" 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Friday. December 31. 1965 >kni*t IhrMii/r Page 11A [Hallandale Jewish Center Has Festival I'aul Deutsch, who conducted the laraelite (enter, greeted the co Chanuka ceremonies gregation. s<>me 125 rnrsons last week \al of iiail.mdale Jewish Center al %  hch-braied the first Chanuka feati410 E Beach Blvd Also entertaining were Dick \viRabbi Morton Malavsky, oi Hi Mrs BOM tViland chairman oi land and Ben Dickman. Irving lywood Temple Beth Sholem, at-* entertainment, introduced Rev Sperling, termer presidenl "i the offeicd greetings, NORTON TIRE CO OPEN 24 HOURS & ALL DAY SUNDAY: 5300 N.W. 27th AVE. ONE WEEK ONLY! BFGoodrich END OF Yl CLEARANCE SALE! DISCOUNTS UP TO 50 % ON ALL TIRES AT ALL STORES From Homestead to West Palm Beach COMPLETE SAFETY FRONT COMPLETE SAFETY tf INCIUOCS • Akfl front End • BabM WhttH Adjust Cimor* : Cister • Ad|ust tot Out • Ad|ist SUenng* Rpic-;.it *ntc> 8i. MONDX TMBU fH'OA' CS, • FREE CHECK • Inlri • tail >•••"• ikMi iamatn •-•• %  • •'' ONLY INCLUDES Rcpuce lining 14 Wheels • Overhaul All Wheel Cylm He's Turn AH Drums til I rled Adjust Brakes Heed Brit Fill Brake System *ith fluid • • %  MONDAY THRU FRlOAVONLY I 0' '. < > a i a!hr' n""icjn Car \ j:t 9i C I'|IIF •"" NO MONEY DOWN EASY CREDIT TERMS FREE MOUNTING NO PAYMENTS UNTIL FEBRUARY^ Mm ENJOY YEAR ROUND SAVINGS AND SPECIAL CREDIT TERMS AT THESE NORTON TIRE STORES: F OIN ?4 MOUS OftN HNtMl CENTRAL MIAMI •. .-. 6 1 • 6 % %  DOWNTOWN MIAMI A r %  • I I 3*1 ->* '9 NORTH MIAMI • .160 N ** 6t • t'i'' MIAMI SHORES B -n JJfj 4446 MIAMI BEACH JS4 4'tO" ROJd N MIAMI BEACH %  I 3'fl SI ,' HOME STEAD %  Fedtra M 1 %  aJ&HW HOLLYWOOD 6C I M <" vwoef P %  jt Slalf l • J • % %  FT LAUOERDA1 F 1130 *>' B' ,4 SOUTH OADE 9001 ioutti DuM My ( WEST PALM BEACH| SIS St DM It 2 418'


Pag* 12-A
+Jd*ist> narktitor
Friday. DciinbT 31. 19S6
/ve/ii
&
icjioits
GUDATM ACHIV ItmMr* k..rl, .,
306 Collins Ave Orthode*
S*ril.i> 4 *'. ii.in Satut-i*H> "-" h m. \
ervices
Uhis \AJeehend

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MllK I. .V P ID

AHAVAT SI
.hal^om coMtj^cAjJ CANDIEUGHTIKG TIME
Ci"tor Worm Birr .. _
8 Teveth 5:20 p.m.
4
AGoOATH ISHAEL. 7801 Cariyl. Av*
Orthodci NabM Isaac ir<
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BETM DAVID. 2tSWlMAvi. Con.
servalive Rabbi Sol Landau Cantor
William W. Lipson
i 1 j i m >.*rin..n
] rear : ]- USH
m national eoavi ntton v.111
i \. .. naporl during ih.- >n .-
I
lA**..i> laar ILuvili. bewla Hi.r-
l f -, Mr and v .^. M

Richard M
Klemenl.
Levilon Cantor Jfromp
TEMPLE AOATH VESHURUN Con
I ssrvativc 1055 NE 183rd St.. Miami
Gardens Rd. Rabb< Samuel R. Stont.
Cantor Manner Nsu.
, k- i \\ IS an.i I li p m Sermon
'i at r< .it- Hi it Wsi Salui das I
a in Bar Mltsvan Mtctiaal lin\
POD nf Mr and MM Mar-lin Hlskii
i. in
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TEMPLE BETH AM. 5S0 S Kendall
Dr.. So. Miami. Rsform Raba
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Michtsl
Kvrr.
10 p m Sermon \ afomawl
f,.r i: Saturda) 11.15 a m
Bai '" I I I'd. aon of l*r and
Mrs I .--
FT. LAUDERDALE jfwish cen-
ter *47 E. Oakland Park Blvd
Conservative Charles Dicfcton pres-
ident Dr Jack L Morris, cantor
N. vv
BETH EL MO SW 17th Ave
do* Rabbi Solomon Sch-ft
Sal

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IE-H ISRAEL 770 40th St. Ortho-
do. RaoCi Bert Wem
i 9 a.m HVi
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BETH JACOB 301 Washington Ave
Orthodoa Rabbi Shmaryahu T
twiraky Cantor Mauris* Mamc^es
A lul Si
r t'nlfoi 'u'v

BETH KODESM 1101 SW -2'h Ave
Modern Traditional. Rat>t" Man
Shapiro Cantor Benjamin Ben.An.
I |. idaatci r I".
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\ r.., .-.-., y.,. ,.
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Hi \ u n. k pnn Mr*
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BETH MOSME CONGREGATION
'3630 W. D.me H, Conservative.
Rabbi Richard Marcovitz. Cantor
Seymour Hinkee.
i. ,>, l.'. ., .. nd Hi-, i. -.- I ''.ri--
II -i PVIIowa Baa Mil Sin*
. atajHlter "f Mr .in i Mr- Hrnrs- Naf-
I m tin > iiwri '}' r-
i n lite Wrek "
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BETH RAPHAEL 1*5 JefTar.or
AvS Conservative. Cantor Saul H.
6 run.
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HWLLANDALE JEW6H 0.CNTE*
Ortho 4io E Beach Blvd. Rev Pan'
Deutsch.
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HEBREW ACADEW 2*"C Piastre*
Dr. Orthooca Rabbi Aleaander S
Gross
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BETH TFILAM *S5 Euclid Aa. Or-
thsdsk. RatoOi Joseph E. Rackovsky
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BETH TORAM 1*th St and fE 11th
Ave Conservative Rabbi Mai Llp-
schitz. Cantor Jacob Reaaer.
"Tula- I 30 anil s !" : m Baturdaj
It:, a m Har tDtivan: LArry, off
Sir. anil Slr> bring Murr"- Mln. ha
6 7". p m
B'NAI RAPHAEL 141 NW ItVd St.
Conservative. Rabb. Harold Rchter
Cantor Jack Lerner.
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CUBAN HEBREW CIRCLE OF MI-
AMI 124? Washington Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Dov Raiencvueig.
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FLAQLER GRANADA. SO NW 51st
Pi. Conservative Rabbi David Rot
enfold. Cantor George Goldberg.
fYn1a> k IS in -w in..t. k.h.-Iu-
ba Brokt n '
t-',-i: KhaJbbai hoatad bj Mi and m >
Ma ." C* Kl.-.nm. n Bal >r
a in Mil. ha i ;i i> m
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FT LAUDERDALE EMANU EL 101
8. Andrews Ave- Reform Rabbi
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE S'NAI i?0-
Johnson St Conservative P
David Shapiro. Cartor Yehudah
Heilbraun.
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HOMESTEAD JEWISH CENTER 8tn
St.. Hometead Conjrvativr
e
ISRAELITE CENTER U7S SW 25th
St Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L
L Drmn Canter Louis Cohen

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U li 'a ". 1 i m
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JACOB C COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE '532 V% a"ngt< n Ave
Orthodoa Rabb T'bor H Stern
Cantor Samuel Vigoda
I
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Mi r. ,
ami Juaatkti
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KNESETH ISRAEL '4!5 IlMlM Ave
Orthodoa Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Canter Abraham Seif.
P> .'.... i r -. >. i
nvn r C. -\ .n-l.iii\
WorM.' liar Mitavaei Jacol aon '
nd Mr* PI IHp \v
a
LUBAVITCHER MtNYAN. (00 Wash
ington Ave. OMhodoa Rabbi Abra
ham Korf. Cantor Ernest Field.
a
MINYONAIRCS CONGREGATION
3737 Bird Rd. Modern Traditional.
- a
OHEV SHALOM. |11 Normandy Or
Orthodoa Rabbi Phineas Weber,
man.
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SEPHARD-C JEW.SH CENTER a4
Collins Ave Rev Canter Sadi Nan
mias.
1-Y..1
ii..r. i ',. ; atar la., '

5K> LAKE SYNAGOGUE 1I1S1 NE
Itth Av* Orthodoa Rabbi Jonah
E Caplan.
."ut*\ I ...... Miaj ban -,
rrnon u ti .-
i'hr:-ii.. c'.. ini-v Hi |
i
Mm. ha 1'-
Hebrew Lesson
yrin' TT^f *v~~i IW *&
-pnn nV'nr.o :k?^ WX9
-iyn if nrirvn i|?y
if?*? V| arvnz; nyaj r'aV
.jtrp, pf; aiQ| a; "'0
lPrt9'n"W rr-^1^,vt|J
Tit* l.AcJnsh Excavation
In the southern part of the coun-
try, near Ashkelon. there is a hill
that has been recopnired by schol
ars as the place of ancient l.ach
.-n
There wi re urunvered the "I-ach-
sn Letters' HtbfBw dinuments
from the time oi the Propiiet I. n
i ..ih. that wen written on broken
t art hen ware The 'locume nts prove
l^chish Vas a fortified city
b 'he kingdom of Judea The con-
tents of taM ^1 iitters that were un
i red are mainly military orders
ayn
.vz^zTir:' iVjrjcv??
IHr '3J Vf 13ff:.r JT9|0 ,
3 r"9 rmynn .c-in '^:
irate* ^J30 "i' nri'n r^ j
-1fT| n-nps ij?F3 W ^>r:r
?x bt;1: T5csa ntK2Xnx-
of the commander of I>achish to of-
Lcers of other fortified cities.
Lachish was an old Canonite
city It was taken by Joshua Bin-
Nun Then began its Israeli history.
The mam importance of Lachish
MM due to its being a strong for-
tified cit> Oi Hie J11dii.11 kingdom.
From the Bible, we learn that a!
mOBf all of the kings of Judea add-
ed fortifications nd. stationed
In them arm"l forcis with ammu
nitioii and food.
Laehisn rved as a stronghold
of Judea.
Published by Brit Ivr.t Otamit
TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY
WOOD. 1351 S. 14th Ave Reform.
Rabbi Samuel Jaffa.
,. 1 >i. >. 11 \ n LgafMla
1 ^ -..
A
Mn Kaul I N tsbi r*
a
TEMPLE BETH SHiRAH 7500 SW
120th St Reconstructionist. Rabbi
Morris Skop
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e
TEMPLE BETH SMOLEM o' Holy.
wood 7?*> Monror St Conservative
R.ibb. Morion M.ilavsky Cantor Er
net Steiner
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TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM (144 ChaM
Ave Libaral Rabb' Leon Kronith
Btoe David Conv ...
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TEMPLE B NAI SHOLOM 16800 NW
12na Av- Conservator Rabbi S M
Machtei Cantor Abraham Re.ie an
. \ .
1 md Wlnri
4hab
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TEMPLE BETH TOV 641* SW sin
St Conse-vative. Rabbi Ralph Z
Gl'aman.
a
TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Waihing.
ton Ave. Conservative Rabbi Irving
Lehrman Cantor ivi Aciler
I rlda H.....i Wi i ..in.
\ Ni w v. a- x. laaaTi Bat-
N .. Portloa
Krbh Har Mlttvah M
' \i
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF GREATER Ml. '
AMI 137 NE T*th St Reform Rabbi
Joteph R. Naret.
::. ; m .-. rmoa Brora ^ i i
^ bat ^^ ^i i da Ton M*.....

a
TEMPLE JUDEA 320 Palermo Ave
Liberal-Reform. Rabbi Moon Kip-
per.
Krtda > Rotnajare va
v tsxah
Mil \ii and
r K
a
TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th St
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram.
ovoti
Kn.i.ii li t ia MltajTaJa i > .
dausThlei ludce ami Mr- Mali in
HiikIhihIi r Katurda) am
a
TEMPLE NER TAMID Oth St and
lilum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional Rabbi Eugene Labovitx. Can-
tor Edward Kiem
W A re
leted Thro ichout ttu 1. w. < .
Hhal bat I lad bj \lr ..n,| \i.-
Bin In honor Har
M "> - ttk]
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TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative
S755 SW lath St. Miami Rabbi
Samuel April.
Krldaj.....i -. \- \
Mo! Hen Soa \\ rw \v III V i..
n. r. attei Haturdaj I '. a m
11..ii i-i ...
thai I. i
a
TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI
Temporary office 120 NE 1*4th St
Refn'm Rabbi Daniel M Lowy.
Cantor Chet Gale.
> Whom
' I'aaa-
K..l.ral. NE KTth Bt.
TEMPLE TIFERETH~JACOB. 51 E
4th Ave Hlaleah. Conservative
Rabbi Maurice Klein
Krida> I:1S |i m liai mil New H. i
UkHut, N-v. Opporlunltiaa, Sea En-
Sal.ir.1a) a in
TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora Ava
Conservative Rabbi Maaweil tor
gar Canter Ben Dickson.
Kil'-.v s \\, |. ni OitaM spaaaker, I ir
Bermaa-do Benaa aarretar] a.nrral nf
'h. i ui.,.1. MHs.ea Orel* ., Miami
Tut.lc lT.Tjl.rn ..t the R-fm
Bal irdAJ I >- a in svrninr, Portfc.ll
of the WaaaT."
TEMRLK ZION. aooo Miller Rd Cen-
aervatlve. Rabbi Alfred Waaman.
".....i) 1:15 p. m Bern W
Saw Tear Ri | .. |t||>
atlut .1. l' ih, daughti of Mr and
Mi Bam M. _
MlUrah Mli I .. aon ..f \!
BU Hi i i
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N Miami
Ava Conservative. Rabbi Henry
Wernick
ei
'
rdn> |
n
''"? arm un ih. Kl i
duan
YOUNG ISRAEL* -H* NE 171.t St
Orthodoa Rabbi Sherwin Staubar.
VOUNO ISRAEL OF MIAMI BEACH
1542-44 Wash.roton Ave "*CM
'lia > 15 p in
SYNOPSIS OF THE TORAM PORTION VAYIGGASH
Jacob and his family come down to KftTPtJ ^J\*
.Ml Ihev ,ook then cattle, and their ^kK -h.chlhB, *Bd
gotten ,n the land of Canaan, and came into Egypt. J-eob. and
all his seed with him" fGn 46 )
VAYIGGASH Judah approached Joseph and o"*1^ mm
self a, a servant in Hinjamins stead, as he was re.ponble for
,he vounpest s0 lo their father Untble t.. %*\[ ""e
lonc'er Joseph revealed himself to his dumbstruck brrrtTu i > He
bade them rrturn to Canaan, gather loRVther thMr "'";
powssions and return to Egypt tor the duralMtn of tb* fm-
ine At Beersheha Cod remoied Jacobl doub's as to tne ui*
dom Of this coursi of action: He appeared to Jacobin.tr,I the
words: Fear not to go down Into Egypt; tor I will theie mitt
of thee a great nation" (Geo 4B :(
Jaosb came to Egypt "with leventj bmiU losapfe *
the land of Gosbeti to lettle in TUBIM the> flounshed and ml-
tiiilied
Thii racountmg o fha Waakly Portion of the Law ii
tr.ctea and bated upon "Tha Graphic Kialcy o< tha Jewish
ferifBf*" edited by P. Wollman Ttam.r, $1S PtrWithar it
Shenaold. and tha volume it available at 27 William S.. Nere
Yoik 5, N V Pratidcnl of tne society dittnbuttng rha valveme
ii Joseph Sch'ancj.

Teen leaders of the weekend conclave at the Groater rTKrmi
YM and WHA chat with Herbn Millman. aaaociatt) tiecu-
tive oi the National Jewriah Welfare Board, who wa keynote
ppetalrei for the three-day meeting. Lett to right are Bobby
Wechsler. Helen Komsteln. Mary Bergman and David Pax- t
seme. (
Teen-Age Weekend Conclave at T
Emphasizes Role of Jewish Youth
"Do I Care. a reappraisal of
spiritual and moral values for teen
ak'ers in the Jeuish communits.
was the the Bel the Senior High
Conclave conducted by the YM
and wha .f Greater Miami last
weekend at the Central Branch
facilities tttOO SW 8th St Some 330
teen tgeri from all iwctloaa of
Dade Count) participated in the
event
Keynote apeaker was Herbert
Millman. associate executive of
the National Jewish Welfare
Board, who ri minded the young
-tiis that "although the future is
yours, you must be in the proceai
ol preparinf for that important
'.l~k t'wi.lV
Millman, who came to Miami
especially take pert in the
event, emphatlted that a total
awareness of their role* at Jews
and Americans at it affect* their
community wat a responsibility
"they mutt recoaaniie and do
something about."
Mr Millman told the assembled
high school students their advisors
and leaders of the Greater Miami
"V" that "I am not overly con-
cerned about the multiple prob-
lems facing youngsters making to-
day's headlines, as long as there
remains in existence an active and
growing Y as the hub of your
Jewish activhiaM."
The welcome program began
on a religioua BOtc Friday night
With Sabbath services conducted
b) the young men and women of
tin conclave and aiklttaaw] by
Marshall s Harris, vice president
oi the V
The Saturda) seminar sessions
with greetings: from
Paul I i .Meat and E| h
ram. Gale, m utive direetor in
triKiuciim, ,,( kaynou ipeakar Mill
man was made b> I^on Kapl
f the National I.
ish Welfare Board.
The high schoolers then were di-
\ided into various groups for ibe
seminars and workshop*.
"The Vanishing Jew" wat led
li> Kabbi Morris Kipper, of Tem-
l>le Junta, where participant* were
urged to take a more active part
in religious affairs "if Jews are
to survive as a group." "Am 1 My
Brother's Keeper'" was conducted
I \ Mrs Flea nor Upton acting d
lie tor of the Create: Miami Chap-
ter of the American Jewish Com-
mittee, and Mrs (.ale Silverman,
a member of the AJC board. iHa-
I -sums centered on problems of
(list riminadon
Seminar No 3. entitled "What'a
Happening in Your School." was
led by Jack Cordon, memb-r of
the Dade County Bayard of Public
Instruction
Cordon reviewed profclemt aat
accreditation, cJlae aewrance
iimimtieni and high tchoal in-
tegral ion in Dade C aunty Ho
ureaad teen agor to heay> Mteir
schoalmates in iteod ot twrofmfj
assistance "particularly Ne-
groes who coma from 'phasasf
ouf Negrt high schools."
At "The Other American" stnv
mar. conducted by Mrs. Betty Lot)
Barbien. director of Vohinteef
Sen ices for the (ifflce of Econem*
ic Opportunity, the young people
were told about the gOBtrnmental
programs attempting te help thej
|>overty stricken people throng! out
the nation
Workshop No 5 was headed by
K

ida State legislature ho inform*
e BCJ an-v from three maia)
souries hroken honies. povtrtf
parental BeglBd
Huh school lenders .>f the com
clave v.i ii,., pnaa NorJT
area David Parsettie, Miafk
ii hV : i. Kornatefai jn.i l bj
b) Wechi the central Dada
area



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Pag* 12-A +Jd*ist> narktitor Friday. Dc ii n b T 31. 19S6 /ve/ii & icjioits • GUDATM ACHIV ItmMr* k..rl, ., •306 Collins Ave Orthode* • S*ril.i> 4 *'. ii.in Satut-i*H> "-•" H m. \ ervices Uhis \AJeehend I MllK I. .V P ID AHAVAT SI .HAL^OM coMtj^cAjJ CANDIEUGHTIKG TIME Ci"tor Worm Birr .— .. 8 Teveth — 5:20 p.m. 4 AGoOATH ISHAEL. 7801 Cariyl. Av* Orthodci NabM Isaac ir< • BETM DAVID. 2tSWlMAvi. Con. servalive Rabbi Sol Landau Cantor William W. Lipson i % %  1 j i m >.*rin..n ] rear ••: ]• % % % % %  %  • USH m national eoavi ntton v.111 i \. .. naporl during ih.' >n .I lA**..i> laar ILuvili. bewla Hi.rl f %  •, Mr and v %  .^. M %  %  Richard M Klemenl. Levilon Cantor Jfromp TEMPLE AOATH VESHURUN Con I ssrvativc 1055 NE 183rd St.. Miami Gardens Rd. Rabb< Samuel R. Stont. Cantor Manner Nsu. Ki \\ IS an.i I li p m Sermon 'i at r< .ITHi it Wsi Salui das • I a in Bar Mltsvan Mtctiaal lin\ POD nf Mr and MM Mar-lin Hlskii i. in • TEMPLE BETH AM. 5S0 S Kendall Dr.. So. Miami. Rsform Raba Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Michtsl Kvrr. • 10 p m Sermon \ afomawl f,. r i: Saturda) 11.15 a m Bai '•" I I I'd. aon of l*r and Mrs I %  -FT. LAUDERDALE JFWISH CENTER *47 E. Oakland Park Blvd Conservative Charles Dicfcton president Dr Jack L Morris, cantor N. vv BETH EL MO SW 17th Ave do* Rabbi Solomon Sch-ft %  %  Sal • .' • IE-H ISRAEL 770 40th St. Orthodo. RaoCi Bert Wem i 9 a.m HVi s BETH JACOB 301 Washington Ave Orthodoa Rabbi Shmaryahu T twiraky Cantor Mauris* Mamc^es A lul Si %  %  • r t'nlfoi 'u'v • BETH KODESM 1101 SW -2'h Ave Modern Traditional. Rat>t" Man Shapiro Cantor Benjamin Ben.An. I • |. idaatci r I". %  %  % %  • (ai %  4 • %  \ r.., .-.-•., %  • y.,. ,. M Hi \ u n. k • pnn Mr* H • BETH MOSME CONGREGATION '3630 W. D.me H, Conservative. Rabbi Richard Marcovitz. Cantor Seymour Hinkee. i. „ %  >, l.'. ., .. nd Hi-, I. -.I ''.ri-II -i PVIIowa Baa Mil Sin* atajHlter "f Mr .in i MrHrnrsNafI M tin >• iiwri '}'• ri n •! lite Wrek a BETH RAPHAEL 1*5 JefTar.or AvS Conservative. Cantor Saul H. 6 run. — I • HWLLANDALE JEW6H 0.CNTE* Ortho 4io E Beach Blvd. Rev Pan' Deutsch. 1 •• HEBREW ACADEW 2*"C Piastre* Dr. Orthooca Rabbi Aleaander S Gross \l BETH TFILAM *S5 Euclid Aa. Orthsdsk. RatoOi Joseph E. Rackovsky a BETH TORAM 1*th St and fE 11th Ave Conservative Rabbi Mai Llpschitz. Cantor Jacob Reaaer. •"TulaI 30 anil s !" :• m Baturdaj It:, a m Har tDtivan: LArry, %  •! off Sir. anil Slr> bring Murr"Mln. ha 6 7". p m B'NAI RAPHAEL 141 NW ItVd St. Conservative. Rabb. Harold Rchter Cantor Jack Lerner. e CUBAN HEBREW CIRCLE OF MIAMI 124? Washington Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Dov Raiencvueig. a FLAQLER GRANADA. SO NW 51st Pi. Conservative Rabbi David Rot enfold. Cantor George Goldberg. fYn1a> k IS !• in -w — in. .T. K.H.-IUba Brokt n t-',-i: KhaJbbai hoatad bj Mi and M > MA ." C* Kl.-.nm. n Bal >r a in MIL. ha i ;i i> m a FT LAUDERDALE EMANU EL 101 8. Andrews AveReform Rabbi HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE S'NAI i?0 Johnson St Conservative P David Shapiro. Cartor Yehudah Heilbraun. e HOMESTEAD JEWISH CENTER 8tn St.. Hometead Conjrvativr e ISRAELITE CENTER U7S SW 25th St Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L L Drmn Canter Louis Cohen • I. >• %  • %  • %  U li 'a ". 1 *• i m a JACOB C COHEN COMMUNITY SYNAGOGUE '532 V% a"ngt< n Ave Orthodoa Rabb T'bor H Stern Cantor Samuel Vigoda I I • Mi • r. •, ami Juaatkti a KNESETH ISRAEL '4!5 IlMlM Ave Orthodoa Rabbi David Lehrfield. Canter Abraham Seif. P> .'.... i r -. >. i nvn • • r C. -\ .n-l.iii\ WorM.' liar Mitavaei Jacol aon %  nd Mr* PI IHp \v a LUBAVITCHER MtNYAN. (00 Wash ington Ave. OMhodoa Rabbi Abra ham Korf. Cantor Ernest Field. — a MINYONAIRCS CONGREGATION 3737 Bird Rd. Modern Traditional. a OHEV SHALOM. |11 Normandy Or Orthodoa Rabbi Phineas Weber, man. • SEPHARD-C JEW.SH CENTER a4 Collins Ave Rev Canter Sadi Nan mias. 1-Y..1 %  •ii..r. %  i ',. • ;• %  atar la., %  — • — 5K> LAKE SYNAGOGUE 1I1S1 NE Itth Av* Orthodoa Rabbi Jonah E Caplan. ."•ut*\ I .•• •. Miaj ban -, %  • rrnon u TI .i'hr:-ii.. c'.. ini-v -• Hi | %  i Mm. ha 1'Hebrew Lesson yrin' TT^f *v~~i IW *& -pnn nV'nr.o :K?^ WX9 -iyn if nrirvn i|?y if?*? V| arvnz; nyaj r'aV .jtrp, pf; aiQ| a; "'0 lPrt9'n"W rr-^1^, VT|J Tit* l.AcJnsh Excavation In the southern part of the country, near Ashkelon. there is a hill that has been recopnired by schol ars as the place of ancient l.ach .-n There wi re urunvered the "I-ach%  sn Letters' HtbfBw dinuments from the time oi the Propiiet I. n i ..ih. that wen written on broken t art hen ware The 'locume nts prove l^chish Vas a fortified city b 'he kingdom of Judea The contents of taM ^1 iitters that were un i red are mainly military orders ayn .•vz^zTir:' iVjrjcv?? •IHr '3J Vf 13ff:.r JT9|0 •3 r"9 rmynn .c-in '^: irate* ^J30 "i' nri'n r^ j -1fT| n-nps ij?F3 W ^>r:r ?x BT; 1 : T5csa ntK2Xnxof the commander of I>achish to ofLcers of other fortified cities. Lachish was an old Canonite city It was taken by Joshua BinNun Then began its Israeli history. The mam importance of Lachish MM due to its being a strong fortified cit> Oi Hie J11dii.11 kingdom. From the Bible, we learn that a! mOBf all of the kings of Judea added fortifications %  nd. stationed In them arm"l forcis with ammu nitioii and food. Laehisn -• rved as a stronghold of Judea. Published by Brit Ivr.t Otamit TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY WOOD. 1351 S. 14th Ave Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffa. ,. 1 >i. >. %  %  11 \ n LgafMla 1 ^ • • -..• A %  %  Mn Kaul I N tsbi r* a TEMPLE BETH SHiRAH 7500 SW 120th St Reconstructionist. Rabbi Morris Skop \ • %  %  %  Hi. -• e TEMPLE BETH SMOLEM o' Holy. wood 7?*> Monror St Conservative R.ibb. Morion M.ilavsky Cantor Er net Steiner e TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM (144 ChaM Ave Libaral Rabb' Leon Kronith Btoe David Conv ... %  M e TEMPLE B NAI SHOLOM 16800 NW 12na AvConservator Rabbi S M Machtei Cantor Abraham Re.ie —an \ %  1 md Wlnri 4hab i i t' • a TEMPLE BETH TOV 641* SW sin St Conse-vative. Rabbi Ralph Z Gl'aman. a TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Waihing. ton Ave. Conservative Rabbi Irving Lehrman Cantor ivi Aciler I rlda H i Wi i ..in. \ Ni w v. ax. laaaTi BatN .. Portloa Krbh Har Mlttvah M \i TEMPLE ISRAEL OF GREATER Ml. AMI 137 NE T*th St Reform Rabbi Joteph R. Naret. %  ::. ; m .-. rmoa Brora ^ i i • ^ BAT %  ^^ ^i i da Ton M* • a TEMPLE JUDEA 320 Palermo Ave Liberal-Reform. Rabbi Moon Kipper. Krtda > Rotnajare va v tsxah Mil \ii and r K • • a TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th St Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram. ovoti Kn.i.ii li t ia MltajTaJa i > %  •. dausThlei ludce ami MrMali in HIIKIHIHII r Katurda) am a TEMPLE NER TAMID Oth St and lilum Waterway. Modern Traditional Rabbi Eugene Labovitx. Cantor Edward Kiem W %  A re leted Thro ichout ttu 1. w. < %  %  .• Hhal bat I lad bj \lr ..n,| \i.• Bin In honor Har M "> -• Whom • I'aaaK..l.ral. NE KTth Bt. TEMPLE TIFERETH~JACOB. 51 E 4th Ave Hlaleah. Conservative Rabbi Maurice Klein Krida> I:1S |i m liai mil New H. i UkHut, N-v. Opporlunltiaa, Sea EnSal.ir.1a) a in TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora Ava Conservative Rabbi Maaweil tor gar Canter Ben Dickson. Kil'-.v s \\, |. ni OitaM spaaaker, I ir Bermaa-do Benaa aarretar] a.nrral nf 'h. i ui.,.1. MHs.ea Orel* ., Miami Tut.lc lT.Tjl.rn ..t the R-fm Bal irdAJ I >a in svrninr, Portfc.ll of the WaaaT." TEMRLK ZION. aooo Miller Rd Cenaervatlve. Rabbi Alfred Waaman. •" i) 1:15 p. m Bern %  W Saw Tear Ri | %  .. • | t||> atlut .1. l'„ ih, daughti • of Mr and Mi Bam M. MlUrah Mli I .. aon ..f \! BU Hi i „i TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N Miami Ava Conservative. Rabbi Henry Wernick ei rdn> | n ''" &f arm un ih. Kl i duan YOUNG ISRAEL* -H* NE 171.t St Orthodoa Rabbi Sherwin Staubar. VOUNO ISRAEL OF MIAMI BEACH 1542-44 Wash.roton Ave "* CM %  lia •> 15 p in SYNOPSIS OF THE TORAM PORTION VAYIGGASH Jacob and his family come down to KftTPtJ ^J\* .M„l Ihev ,ook then cattle, and their ^KK -h.chlhB, *Bd gotten ,n the land of Canaan, and came into Egypt. J-eob. and all his seed with him" fGn 46 ) VAYIGGASH Judah approached Joseph and o"* 1 ^ mm self a, a servant in Hinjamins stead, as he was re.pon„ble for ,he vounpest s 0 „ lo their father Untble t.. !" !" !" %*\[ ""e lonc'er Joseph revealed himself to his dumbstruck brrrtTu i > He bade them rrturn to Canaan, gather loRVther thMr "'"; %  powssions and return to Egypt tor the duralMtn of tb* fmine At Beersheha Cod remoied Jacobl doub's as to tne ui* dom Of this coursi of action: He appeared to Jacob in.tr, I the words: Fear not to go down Into Egypt; tor I will theie mitt of thee a great nation" (Geo 4B :( Jaosb came to Egypt "with leventj BMIU losapfe the land of Gosbeti to lettle in TUBIM the> flounshed and mltiiilied Thii racountmg o fha Waakly Portion of the Law ii •• tr.ctea and bated upon "Tha Graphic Kialcy o< tha Jewish •ferifBf*" edited by P. Wollman Ttam.r, $1S PtrWithar it Shenaold. and tha volume it available at 27 William S.. Nere Yoik 5, N V Pratidcnl of tne society dittnbuttng rha valveme ii Joseph Sch'ancj. Teen leaders of the weekend conclave at the Groater rTKrmi YM and WHA chat with Herbn Millman. aaaociatt) tiecutive oi the National Jewriah Welfare Board, who wa keynote ppetalrei for the three-day meeting. Lett to right are Bobby Wechsler. Helen Komsteln. Mary Bergman and David Paxt seme. ( Teen-Age Weekend Conclave at T Emphasizes Role of Jewish Youth "Do I Care. a reappraisal of spiritual and moral values for teen ak'ers in the Jeuish communits. was the the Bel •*• the Senior High Conclave conducted by the YM and WHA .f Greater Miami last weekend at the Central Branch facilities tttOO SW 8th St Some 330 teen tgeri from all iwctloaa of Dade Count) participated in the event Keynote apeaker was Herbert Millman. associate executive of the National Jewish Welfare Board, who ri minded the young -tiis that "although the future is yours, you must be in the pr oc e ai ol preparinf for that important '.l~k t'wi.lV Millman, who came to Miami especially • take pert in the event, emphatlted that a total awareness of their role* at Jews and Americans at it affect* their community wat a responsibility "they mutt recoaaniie — and do something about." Mr Millman told the assembled high school students their advisors and leaders of the Greater Miami "V" that "I am not overly concerned about the multiple problems facing youngsters making today's headlines, as long as there remains in existence an active and growing Y as the hub of your Jewish activhiaM." The welcome program began on a religioua BOtc Friday night With Sabbath services conducted b) the young men and women of tin conclave and aiklttaaw] by Marshall s Harris, vice president oi the V The Saturda) seminar sessions with greetings: from Paul I i .Meat and E| h ram. Gale, • M utive direetor in triKiuciim, ,,( kaynou ipeakar Mill man was made b> I^on Kapl • f the National I. ish Welfare Board. The high schoolers then were di\ided into various groups for ibe seminars and workshop*. "The Vanishing Jew" wat led li> Kabbi Morris Kipper, of Teml>le Junta, where participant* were urged to take a more active part in religious affairs "if Jews are to survive as a group." "Am 1 My Brother's Keeper'" was conducted I \ Mrs Flea nor Upton acting d lie tor of the Create: Miami Chapter of the American Jewish Committee, and Mrs (.ale Silverman, a member of the AJC board. iHaI -sums centered on problems of (list riminadon Seminar No 3. entitled "What'a Happening in Your School." was led by Jack Cordon, memb-r of the Dade County Bayard of Public Instruction Cordon reviewed profclemt aat accreditation, cJlae aewrance • iimimtieni and high tchoal integral ion in Dade C aunty Ho ureaad teen agor to heay> Mteir schoalmates in iteod ot twrofmfj assistance — "particularly Negroes who coma from 'phasasf ouf Negrt high schools." At "The Other American" stnv mar. conducted by Mrs. Betty Lot) Barbien. director of Vohinteef Sen ices for the (ifflce of Econem* ic Opportunity, the young people were told about the gOBtrnmental programs attempting te help thej |>overty stricken people throng! out the nation Workshop No 5 was headed by K

f the com clave v.i ii,., pnaa NorJT area David Parsettie, Miafk ii hV :• i. Kornatefai jn.i l bj b) Wechi the central Dada area


December 31. 1965
' k H /*/ tff/riif* if
Page 13-A
OUR OBSERVATIONS OF THEM DURING THEIR HOLIDAY VISIT
r Children's Sexual Revolution
jmrwhat racy title of the
tid dignified pami>hlct in
Student." It is put out
LGroup for the Advance-
I Psychiatry and has be-
formidable consensus
membership Given the
["it has to run it says
and courageous thin [a,
fae lanjjua^e sometimes
into opaque college oili
|u worth readinf, espc-
i holiday season wh< n
I ton or daughter i-
ld-4iin parents chat gaily
MM rally wondering what
- brand the coi f.t.-a !.
what inner moral change the
experience h,- wrought.
TWa is an area he; I here are
So experts, not even the experi-
enced pajcJuatn-t ,w ,. wrote
pamphlet. Tile _nor.ition;il
dialogue has been a1: r I :-.<-.
tie students live in a mood and
iib-culture Of their own. and the
^Von en the college
[art of the larger re-
^jn.st thi and
The health sen i e
talked with many iin-
w confuse i students,
Hu>i s >'h oi'.r
|a building a n-w .m I
jktened bod) of con
>m. But the fait
[altitude ol wan pet
i
MAX URWfff
missiveness doesn't reach to the
inner core of the student's world.

It is a world that has been
cut away from parents, admin-
istrators and from most of the
teachers. It is a world, for all
its freedom, with strange driv-
ing compulsions in it; con-
formist world of non-conform-
ists; an intense world of the
"cool"; a world in which old
moral meanings have been lost
and new meanings have not
emerged.
'I he old debate imong parents
do you or don't you let them-'
has intie meaning any more be-
cause the youn st< rs ire caught
in a current stronger than any-
thing the parents can saj in ad-
vising, exhorting, avoiding
currenl is par: of the freedom
I reak through in the larger cul-
ture Den) it a- they will, many
pan nts are in some measure
caught up in it themselves The
key concept in the pamphlet is
that of the "privacy" of the sex-
ual experience. It cuts both ways:
what the student does in his sex-
ual life is no subject for college
policing so long as he keeps it
private; but also the student must
understand that if he is to be free
from policing he cannot obtrude
his sexual life on the college com-
munity in a way that hurts other
students or the college itself.
But the privacy concept
doesn't reach far enough because
it doe.sn't answer the student's
deepest inner question: privacy
for what** Sex in itself may be
pleasurable or tortured for any
human being, married or unmar-
ried, it takes on meaning only if
it says something between two
persons This is true between the
students parents, and it is equal-
ly true between Student ami Mil
dent In their fleeting or more
Sustained relationships. Does it
saj love, joyousness, exploration
of a personality worth exploring?
or doe.- it say fear and Insecurity
and the way of the crowd and the
USing Of one person l>> another''
What lota sea saj on a college
campus?

I don't believe the teachers
know and I am pretty sure the
parents don't know. With some
honorable exceptions, the pro-
fessors are too lost in their
craft and too locked away in
their own private lives and lit-
tle that they may have learned
from their emotional experi-
ence is passed on to the stu-
dents. The parents, for the
most part, have lost the art of
communicating with their col-
lege-age children, either by
talking or listening.
Certainly they ought not to pry:
a parent prying into the emotion-
al life of an adolescent or young
adult is a sad thing to sec But
at least a parent can listen And
trust. And be open, especially in
those crise* that, may .mean emu.
tional life or death.
To listen may lead to being lis-
tened to, unless the younger per-
son knows that the older ones
have made a pretty mess of their
own lives To trust may lead to
being trusted T open your
self, rather than playing the
stern judge or censor, iron give
you a chance to clarify what your
own life has meant
Youth Form New Organization
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tei of the National Council of S)
i.a gogue >outh.
Rabb Zev Litenataky, aaaiatanl
principal of the Jfebrew Academy,
will be the groups advisor .
The local chapter i- sponsored
by the Union oi Orthodox Jewish
Congregations of America, with of-
fices in New York City Moses
f-'eurstein, president ot the Union,
said the purpose oi these teen age
groups throughout the country is
to orientate American Jewish
youth with a deeper understanding
of the principles and values of
iorah Judaism "
, Newly elected officers for the
1!M>5>> term are regional presi
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Billy Berman; president of organi-
zation. Mark Safra. president of
..ramming. Sandra F.hrenreich;
treasurer. Su-an Roth; correspond-
ing secretary, Ruth Weiss; rec-
ording secretary. Judy Rubin: re-
porter, Mindy Phillips: chaplain.
Kennj Wolf; and sergeant-at-arms,
Jacques Dopplet.
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December 31. 1965 k H /*/• tff/riif* if Page 13-A OUR OBSERVATIONS OF THEM DURING THEIR HOLIDAY VISIT r Children's Sexual Revolution jmrwhat racy title of the tid dignified pami>hlct in Student." It is put out LGroup for the AdvanceI Psychiatry and has beformidable consensus membership Given the ["it has to run it says and courageous thin [a, %  fae lanjjua^e sometimes into opaque college oili |u worth readinf, espci holiday season wh< n I ton or daughter ild-4iin parents chat gaily MM rally wondering what brand the coi f.t.-a !. %  what inner moral change the experience h,wrought. TWa is an area he; •• I here are So experts, not even the experienced pajcJuatn-t ,w ,. wrote pamphlet. Tile _— nor.ition;il dialogue has been a 1 : r I :-.<-. tie students live in a mood and iib-culture Of their own. and the ^Von en the college [•art of the larger re^jn.st thi and The health sen i e %  talked with many iinw confuse i students, Hu>i s >'h oi'.r |a building a n-w .m I jktened bod) of con >m. But the fait [altitude ol wan pet i MAX URWfff missiveness doesn't reach to the inner core of the student's world. • • • It is a world that has been cut away from parents, administrators and from most of the teachers. It is a world, for all its freedom, with strange driving compulsions in it; • conformist world of non-conformists; an intense world of the "cool"; a world in which old moral meanings have been lost and new meanings have not emerged. 'I he old debate imong parents —do you or don't you let them — has intie meaning any more because the youn st< rs ire caught in a current stronger than anything the parents can saj in advising, exhorting, avoiding currenl is par: of the freedom I reak through in the larger culture Den) it athey will, many pan nts are in some measure caught up in it themselves The key concept in the pamphlet is that of the "privacy" of the sexual experience. It cuts both ways: what the student does in his sexual life is no subject for college policing so long as he keeps it private; but also the student must understand that if he is to be free from policing he cannot obtrude his sexual life on the college community in a way that hurts other students or the college itself. But the privacy concept doesn't reach far enough because it doe.sn't answer the student's deepest inner question: privacy for what** Sex in itself may be pleasurable or tortured for any human being, married or unmarried, it takes on meaning only if it says something between two persons This is true between the students parents, and it is equally true between Student ami Mil dent In their fleeting or more Sustained relationships. Does it saj love, joyousness, exploration of a personality worth exploring? or doe.it say fear and Insecurity and the way of the crowd and the USing Of one person l>> another'' What lota sea saj on a college campus? • • • I don't believe the teachers know and I am pretty sure the parents don't know. With some honorable exceptions, the professors are too lost in their craft and too locked away in their own private lives and little that they may have learned from their emotional experience is passed on to the students. The parents, for the most part, have lost the art of communicating with their college-age children, either by talking or listening. Certainly they ought not to pry: a parent prying into the emotional life of an adolescent or young adult is a sad thing to sec But at least a parent can listen And trust. And be open, especially in those crise* that, may .mean emu. tional life or death. To listen may lead to being listened to, unless the younger person knows that the older ones have made a pretty mess of their own lives To trust may lead to being trusted T open your self, rather than playing the stern judge or censor, iron give you a chance to clarify what your own life has meant Youth Form New Organization THE>QUTH S MOSI BEAUTIFUL JEWISH CrV p TFRY B>— l ai d t areeteej Cere fund LW. 25th'ST at 103rd AVE Liu 5-1689 More than 30 teen-agers met last Sin.day at the Hebrew Academy to reorganise the Miami Beach Chaptei of the National Council of S) i.a gogue > o uth. Rabb Zev Litenataky, aaaiatanl principal of the Jfebrew Academy, will be the groups advisor The local chapter isponsored by the Union oi Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America, with offices in New York City Moses f-'eurstein, president ot the Union, said the purpose oi these teen age groups throughout the country is to orientate American Jewish youth with a deeper understanding of the principles and values of iorah Judaism Newly elected officers for the 1!M>5>> term are regional presi dent. David Galbut: president, Billy Berman; president of organization. Mark Safra. president of ..ramming. Sandra F.hrenreich; treasurer. Su-an Roth; corresponding secretary, Ruth Weiss; recording secretary. Judy Rubin: reporter, Mindy Phillips: chaplain. Kennj Wolf; and sergeant-at-arms, Jacques Dopplet. Jtf RABBI j GERALD KAPLAH Will Conduct the late Friday Evening Services at 8:15 p m at TEMPLE BETH RAPHAEL; 1545 Jefferson Avenue I n aV Miami Beach S*rmen Tonic: "/ AM I0SI?H, YOUK BROTHER CANTOR SAUL H. BREEH And Choir Will Chant During Services Saturday Strvicss ol 8.45 a.m. Sermen Topic: I "tiff 1$ WITH H0PII | 100 COPIES-$2 (PHOTO OFFSET) Anything you need copies ot B^'ET'N! l •••'odueea en •_ i s T ^ ( Bond Poor ;^ TP1 CT5 | WHILE YOU WAIT Cash A Carry fORMb RtPORTS bir np V jr 5'-i <*** 95 N.E 13th Street PHONE FR 143815 SUNSHINE PRESS PRINCIPAL-TEACHER WANTED FOR A MIAMI REFORM TEMPLE'S RELIGIOUS SCHOOL 25 HOUR WEEK QUALIFIED RETIREE IS ELIGIBLE Starting Salary $6,500 For Year Starting August 15, 1966 Write, Stating Qualifications, Background and Experience P.T., Box 2973, Miami, Fla. 33101 REV. PINCUS ALOOF CERTIFIED MOHIL Associated With Temple Adafh Yeshurun 1025 N.E. Miami Gardens Drive No. Miami Beach, Fla. 33138 17611 NE7th Ct. 947-2267 No Miami Beach. 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Pago 1I-A *Je#ist> fhrkUmr Friday. Decnb*r3l. 1966 %/, \CjioH9 s. ervices Uhis (A/eehend XL 1 CANDLEUGHTING TIME 8 Teeeth — 5:20 p.m. OCUOATH ACHIM. Le •306 Collina Ave Orthodox % *rxl.i> I p.m Saturrfay" 5 *" 1 M ro. MBnchk < : i'o p.m. t AHAVAT SHALOM COVOtCTION MS SW *7th to* ftwUHJoxf Cantor Morris Bare. ACUOATH ISRAEL. 7 \. .. durltlK th>(.TlaC Sli:.|.I At .-.IT -. | I", r.. >i IJJ^-ill Itwr aLlzval.. \s aria if Mr and Hrt Sa >.l v • i H*LlM)Lf JtWSM CINTin BETH EL MO SW 17th Ave Ortho 410 E Beach Blvd. Rrv Pa.,1 •oa Rabbi Soiomon Sch ft Ofulic" 1 • a -...-. -.. 1 1 • Sew :.r,.' 1 •. "•chard M Klernent. Leviten Cantor Jerome TEMPLE ADATH VESHURUN Conservative • v i 1 -1. |jai Mlti 11. ... %  snn of Mrs %  — • BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION '3630 W Dixie H*. Consc'vat ve. Rabbi Richard Marcovitx. Cantor Seymour Hinkea. ... .. %  %  lewtati FVII aind H : — e 1 -j Fellows I'.< \1 • /. .,!. Sina Bjshti • .f Mr ind MrBVnrr Nil • ^, -. aim 1'. r• 1. M eek • BETH RAPHAEL IMS Jefferson Ave Conservative. Cantor Saul M. Breeh. a BETH TFILAH 3S Euclid Ave. Orthadsa. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky a BETH TORAH 164th St and NE 1tth Ave Consaevstive Rabbi Max Lip achitx. Canter Jacob Renxer. frida 1 5:30 anil IS p.m Batturtfa] 1.4.". am Flar Slltiwih Larry. ..ti ..f Mr. anil Mrtrying Hurr..*.Mlm hat 11* pm B'NAI RAPHAri. <401 NW MSed St Conservative. Rabbi Harold Ktchtar Cantor Jack Lerner. a CUBAN HEBREW CIRCLE OF MIAMI 124? Washington Ave. Ortho dox Rabbt Dov Roxencweig. • FLAOLER GRANADA. SC NW Slst Pi. Conservative. Rabbi David Roeenf.id Cantor George Goldberg. FTirla> i l'i p-a -• • 1 %  •' K. %  lions ..r. Mauls Bol U bt Broken.' Khabbal hoaied i> Mr ami M M.i .1 r K 1. tun n Su! it a m MitnhA S M Im a FT LAUDERDALE EMANU EL H01 • Andrews AveReform Rabbi HEBRFW ACADEW ?•00 Pinetree Or Orthoocx Rabbi Alexander S Gross Mil HOLLVWOCD TEMPLE S'NAl 1J0" Johnson St Conif'wt.vf R David Snap ro Ca'tsr YehuSar, Heiibraun. a HOMESTEAD JEWISH CENTFR 8tn St. Homestead Cor.jr %  vat,ve s ISRAELITE CENTER 1178 SW 25th St Conservative Rabbi Av'om L L Draxm Cantor Louis Cohrn KlKhl • %  v ha S:la p m a JACOB C COHEN COVMUNiTV SVNACOGUE 'S32 ^ an.n 0 t, n Ave Orthodox Rabb' Tibor H Stern Cantor Samuel Vigoda I I' ati.l Juaasak a KNESETH ISRAEL 1415 luclM Av* Orthodox Rabbi David Lri-'.u Cantor Abraham Sif. F> da "da %  -• 1 lit. n 1 • r I:. -; %  W. rl.l liar \l|ll\ali I-. .Manrl Mrs I \\ a LUBAVITCHER MINVAN. tOO Wash mflton Ave. O'thodox Rabbi Abra Ham Kort Cantor Ernest Field. a MINVONAIRES CONGREGATION 3737 Bird Rd. Modern Traditional. a OHEV SHALOM. til Normandy Dr Orthodox Rabbi Phineaa Weber, man. a SEPHARD'C JEW.SH CENTER *4 Collins Ave. Rev Cantor Sadi Nah mias. VT 1 turd 1 •.• %  %  %  at^r Lavva a SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE 1S1S1 NE ith Ave Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLYWOOD 1351 S. 14th Ave Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffa. %  1 •. • 1 : I N t>l a TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH 7500 SW 120th St Reconstructiomst. Rabbi Morris Skop. Vets Yea \ • a TEMPLE DETH SHOLEM of Hollywood I7J9 Vonror bt Conr v t v' R'bbi Morton Malavsk. Canter Er nest Stemer a TFMPLE BETH SHOLOM 4"4l Chasr Ave Liberal RabbLeon Kronnh •or David Conv iser \ • 1 T v 1 %  Kalui SYNOPSIS OF THE TORAM PORTION VAYIOOASM ja,,.b and hta family Come doivn lo at Wj "^"^VIM Sd iht-v took their cattle, and tho.r Roods, which1ho, hmt ,,,,.„ in the land o. Canaan, and came into KRypt. J.cob. -nd all his seed uith him Kicn 46 6) VAYIGCASH Judah approached JOanrpk and ""e"^ h,m sflf .* a MrS in BenjBiBln'l rtetd. as he u.s rc,ponMhle for the vounfes. son to tbei, father UBBW* to^coUta htoelf an, longed J'^ph revealed hlmteU to bii dumt-truck bWflMrn He bad. .hem return to Canaan, ptbei .e,h,r M <'*>"* !" .o„eion?. and return I" K^ypt for the durth of the fam ine At Beersheha Cod removed Jacob s dmtMi as to the ri dom of this cour. of iction; He >PI J-cob th he words: 'Fear not to go down Into Egypt; '"• *'" thru m,ke of thev a proat "attion" tGB %  *< JaoBb came to Egypt "wita aeventj touU -loeoh ave them the lane of Co&fcffl to ettl In There the> flourished ant, multiplied. This recounting of the Weekly Porf.oc of tho Law it •• traded and based upon "The Graphic Kitleiy e the Jew.** Heritage edited by P. Wollman Tsamir, $tS Pvabtisherw Shengold. and the volume it available at 27 William S.. Now Yo.k 5. NY President of the society dis'r.buting rhe valueno it Joseph Sch^ang. r*-uiv t ." :• m n vice • p --. 1 • %  %  %  %  CoutMryT" 1 -h. -. Dl %  Mlm ha Hebrew Lesson &f ny r>';y}3 -**p nr-n c-? iri!r % V">V nc 1 :;! K*n .n^ -pnn iVrnr.o :K?^ -ri']"If^ i'p arvnc nyaj v % ^ *i?9no xSt|V9 4*9^0: n^rn r!t -|?0 n** t*^ TEVPIE B'NAI SHOLOM 16SO0 NW ?;na AvCorservat..r Rabbi S M Machtf. Cantor Abraham Re.sr 1 ind VVlnt-1 • 1 m< 1 1 1 %  a TEMPLE BETH TOV 641* SW tth St Conservative. Raobi Ralph Z. Gli x man. a TEMPLE EMANUEL. 1701 Washing. ton Ave Conservative Rabbi Irving Lehrman Canter Zvi Adler I rlda > ; %  Se r nmn \* ...m. v \n >'.•Mi -kHatn... -. c.<-.j..ti 1 H k Ii.-..Mltsvsh Marl Mrs rlarbani : I %  In TEMPLE ISRAEL OF GREATER Ml' AMI 11? NE lth St Reform Rabbi Jotvsh R Narot %  .'• ; m Hslttstiaj Front Ti ^ :.r \v nal ii' You W/anl I a TEMPLE JUOEA. 320 Palermo Ave Liberal-Reform. Rabbi Morr.a Kitper r'rvl.i > K'.tii* n. \ VI 's\ah \lt and a TEMPLE MENORAH 20 TSth St Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abramoavita Miiavuh r. • %  lautThter 1 laji .,r.-' Mr v I'.nalMti.i. r Kalorday m a TEMPLE NER TAMID Oth St and Tatum Watervnay. Modern Traditional Rabbi Eugene Laboviti Cantor Edward Klein 1 We Are .iii.ii-.-i Thro it haul list i eai %  • Ii i b) Mr ..n.l Mirla Mlri lir 'Martli M n tikv Teen leaders ol the weekend conclave at the Greater Miami YM and WHA chat with Herbert Millman. aBsocialB •MCUtive oi tho Nahonol Jewuth Welfare Board, who wa keynote speaker lor the three-day meeting. Lett to right are Bobby Wechsler. Helen Kornsteln. Mary Bergman and David Penk %  ettie. Teen-Age Weekend Conclave at T Emphasizes Role of Jewish Youth Conservative Miami Rabbi na The Cecatish Eacavation In the southern part of the coun try. near Ashkelon, there is a hill that has been recopnued by scholars as the place of ancient Lach .-n There were uncovered the Lach>sfi I-etti'iv lle b rB B (liKurncnts from the time of the Proph*t Jan ih, thai were written on broken earthenware The dociiinctiis prove l^chish was a fortified city > %  'he kingdom of Judea The contt nts of the 2i Jftters that were un tovered are mainly military orders -pJ "?n if Vr? c-'-.v .irat n^ii .T'aV'araa* ^jrje^paa w!fT VO rinifl nTiv? "\zv 'Zi if lanajr ,K-a r n *a rvrpp nvtryrin .sin *H iraraw 21 iv D f ar .npn* -i.-p nrtp>5ipy3 mn ^jr:f ?x BT3^ T?caa n1K3X TIKof the commander of Iachish to ofi ficers of other fortified cities Lachish was an old Canonite city. It was taken by Joshua KinNun Then began its Israeli history. The mam importance of Lachish was due to its being a strong fortified iity (if the .hull un kingdom. From the Bihle BW learn that al most a" ol the kings of Judea added fortifications and tfartlOtW d In them armed forces with amniumtinn and food. Lat-hish -erved as a stronghold of Judea PuMithad by afrit Ivrit OUmit TEMPLE OR OLOM *"• %  > SW lath St.. Samuel April. || -i Hen Moa w hi • • w ..; v Hereaftr • i .. %  -. 111.-ii T1 TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI Temporary office 120 NE 14th St Refn^m Rabbi Darnel M Lo>. Cantor Chet Gale. r Whom MilTi %  • %  • %  PeOaral, •• VK l7th 8t. i TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. Ml E 4th Ava Hlaieah. Conaervativa. Rabbi Maunce Klein. %  Prida MI aarmoa N. w n. r 1 tsuna, Sea Opportunities Sea BitHal urda] I a in TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora Ava Conservative Rabbi Maawell Bargee Csntse Ben Dickeen. Ii |. m Quest te'...: 1 .r n.riiMr.1.1 Beeiaa. e.r.-tr> a.nr-ral nl th< iiil-..i. Ilrttiea Otrcls << Miami Tui.lc "Problena "f the R-fn f .. Mill inlay s t' a in Srrnmii Portion of the r. k TEMPLE ZION. aooo Miller Rd Can. s'rvatlve Rabbi Alfred Waaman. rrlda) I 1'. n m I New Tear Reflect ths PaatT" lta^ MIUi .' Pa Ih, dsMltnti %  ol sir an.I I Mrs a im M< „ m MlUTah MI. i '' %  s T T ERET H IS AE L. WOO N Miam, Av, Conservative. Rabbi Henry Wernick. • L 1 ** ih. KM YOUNG ISRAEL r90 NE 171*1 St Orthodox Ra bb i Sherxvin Stauber. VOONO ISRAEL OF MIAMI BEACH 1541-44 Wash,, -ton Ave "*-H %  <-lia •• U i> in "Do 1 ("are. a reappraisal of spiritual and moral values for teen agers in the Jewish community. was the theme of the Senior High Conclave conducted by the YM and \SHA of C.reater Miami last weekend at the Central Branch fadUtsM, 8R00 SW 8th St Some M0 tei-n aiiers from all sections of Dade CouM} participated in the event Kewiote speaker as Herbert Millman associate executive ,>f the National Jewish Welfare Boanl. ".h" ri minded the yiningtiis that 'although the future is ymirs > %  \i must be in the proce i ol prcpBlini for that important •. %  •k tiwiav Millman, who cam* to Miami atpexially t* take part in the event, emphatiied that a total awareness of thsir roles at Jew* and Americans a* it affects their community was a responsibility "rhay mutt recotjniie — and do somethincj about Mr Millman told the assembled high school students, their advisors and leaders of the C.reater Miami "V that "1 am not overly concerned about the multiple problems facing youngsters making today"s headlines, as long as there remains in existence an active and growing Y as the hub of your Jewish activitiea." The welcome program began on a religious note Friday night with Sahhath services conducted b) the young men and women of the conclave, and %  IMIIUBMI by Marahall S Harri M. <• preastient ol the v The Saturday seminar sBaasMM ced with greetlngi front PM pi.-ident and I raim Gale, executive dtroetor IntrorJuction oi luvnota Bjiaatai Mill man arai mafia (,% i^on Kap vu i lento! the National | i>h Welfare Board. The high schooler* then were divided into various groups for the seminars and workshops. "The Vanishing Jew tvas led li> Rabbi Morris Kipper, of Tenplr Jurfta where participants were urged to take a more active part in religious affairs "If Jews are to survive as a group" "Am 1 My Brothers Keeper" was conducted b] Mrs V. lea nor Lipton. acting dH-. tor of the Greater Miami Chapter of the American Jewish Committee, and Mrs (.ale Sdverman, a member of the AJC board. Disv lotu i-entt-red on problems of ULV rimination Seminar No 3. entitled "WhBt'a Happening in Your School." WBB led by Jack Gordon, memb-r of the Dade County Hoard of Public Instruction Gordon reviewed peoaaomt eC accreditation, calleaa *o*rn< esaminetient and high schaal ir> teoralion in Dad* Casinty. Ha wraad teen soars ta hana fnaee schoolmates in rtaed af rufarrttt assistance — "atarticsftarry H+ groat wha came fraen 'ahtiee ovf Neare hi 9 h •chasals." At •The Other American" senv mar. conducted by Mrs. Betty Lot* Barbieri. dire, tor of Volunteer Sin ices for the (rfflce of Kcononv l< opportunity, the young people were told about the gofernmental programs attempting to help thai poverty stricken people througl out the nation. Workshop No. 5 was headed bf Hep Kenneth Myers, of the Florida State legislature, who inform* ed his group that juxenil" dilirs. qiatnej arws from three maul Mnir.es broken homes poxtrtf and parental Dl | lad High school learkT* of the con* clave wen Mar) Bergman NorJT area. Daud Par>ettie. MiaNa, i Rornatern and I •'X Wechsler, oJ the cttitral Da.Jt area



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r.Decnbr31. 1965 tenrtsii fhridifrtn Page 13-A OUR OBSERVATIONS OF THEM DURING THEIR HOLIDAY VISIT r Children's Sexual Revolution jniewhat racy title of the \A dignified pamphlet in ^Student." It is put out iroup for the Advance^Psychiatry and has be formidable consensus j membership Given the |t has to run it Mjra i and courageous thin .language sometimes ^P opaque college oi't'i I, It is worth reading, espeboLday season wlun I ton or daughter is aed the parents chat ga'ly really wondering what heated the > f.n-a %  < %  what inner moral change the •xperiiiut ha> v. rough' Thla is an area where there are So experts, not even tile exptTltnoed Psyckiath-t. uh.i wrote pamphlet. The j-ncrational has been all l, it liroken. Students Uve in a mood and H^K their our an 1 the lion on the college pan of the larger reJnst the i and 'The health servi.e kalked With many .in IcnfiiM'! students, ^Ba--" B* ''-"ill.'ill. r,-w .in I fctened lxxl> of con %  tadom But the fait Hhttitude of war;. XARESIDE i i EMMIAL PARK ; AND NAtSNEUN "THE, apUTH S L MOSI BfAUUFUL JEWISH crv T '(?v '•reelee! Care f wnd LISfh'ST at 103rd AVE JfU 5-1689 MAX KtNff mis.xiveness doesn't reach to the inner core of the student s world. It is a world that has been cut away from parents, administrators and from most of the teachers. It is a world, for all its freedom, with strange driving compulsions in it; a conformist world of non-conformists; an intense world of the "cool"; a world in which oW moral meanings have been lost and new meanings have not emerged. 'I he old debate imong parents —do you or don't you let them" — his little meaning any more bei .i ise the youn sters are eau in a current stronger than anj tning the parents >an saj in advising, exhorting, Molding The current is part of the freedom break-through in the larger culture Den) it as the) will, many pan nt.x are in some measure caufiht up in it themselves The key concept in the pamphlet is that of the "privacy'' of the sex ual experience. It cuts both ways: what the student does in his sexual life is no subject for college policing so long as he keeps it private; but also the student must understand that if he is to be free from policing he cannot obtrude his sexual life on the college community in a way that hurts other students or the college itsHf. But the privacy concept doesn't reach far enough because it doesn't answer the student's deepest inner question: privacy for what** Sex in itself may be pleasurable or tortured for any human being, married or unmarried; it takes 00 meaning onl\ if it says something between two persons This is true between the student's parents, and it is equally true between student and student in their fleeting or mere sustained relationships. Does it s.-i\ love, (oyousness, exploration of a personality worth exploring? Or does it say fear and insecurity and the way of the crowd and the using of one person b) anothi What dote sex say on a college campus'' • • • I don't believe the teachers know and I am pretty sure the parents don't know. With some honorable exceptions, the professors are too lost in their craft and too locked away in their own private lives and littie that they may have learned from their emotional experience is passed on to the students. The parents, for the most part, have lost the art of communicating with their college-age children, either by talking or listening. Certainly they ought not to pry: i a parent prying into the emotional life of an adolescent or young adult is a sad thing to see But • at least a parent can listen. And trust. And be open, especially in thDM crises that may .mean envo. tional life or death. To listen may lead to beine listened to. unless the younger person knows that the oldei ones have made a pretty mess of their own lives To trust may lead to being trusted T open your self, rather than playing the stern fudge or censor, maj give you a chance to clarify what your own life has meant. Youth Form New Organization More than 50 teen agers met last Sunda) al the Hebrew At a lemy to reorganize the Miami Beach Chap tei Of the National Council of S) nagogue youth. Kabb Zev Litenataky, assistant principal of the Hebrew Academy. will be the groups advisor The local chapter is sponsored by the Union ot orthodox Jewish Congregations of America, with ofIn New York t':t> Moses h'eiirste.n. president of the Union, said the pjrpo><' ot these teen-age roupa throughout the co mtrj is to orientate American Jewish south with a deeper understanding Of the principles and values of I'orah Judaism." j Newly elected officers for the 1!Hi5 Ji term are regional president, David Galbut; president, lliily Herman: president of organization, Mark Safra. president of programming, Sandra Chrenreich; treasurer, Susan Roth, corresponding secretary, Ruth Weiss; recording secretary. Judy Rubin: reporter. Mindy I'hillips. chaplain. Kenny Wolf; and sergeant at arms. Jacques Dopplct. RABBI GERALD KAPLAN Will Conduct the late Friday Evening Services at 8 15 p.m. at TEMPLE BETH RAPHAEL 1545 Jefferson Avenue Miami Beach Srmen Tonic: "i AM losim. rout BROTHER" CANTOR SAM H. BREiH And Choir W.ll Chant During Services Saturday Servic is at 8.45 o.m. Sermen Teeic: "lift IJ WITH Pc'OPlE 100 COPIES-$2 (PHOTO OFFSET) Anything you need copies e* %  uI!S??Na tepr.de.ed. LISTS ( Bond Poper rnNToacTS WHILE YOU WAIT < Coin t Carry fORM REPORTS eerv n c Miami sr- '•** 95 N.E. 13th Street PHONE FR 1 0815 SUNSHINE PRESS PRINCIPAL-TEACHER WANTED FOR A MIAMI REFORM TEMPLE'S RELIGIOUS SCHOOL 25 HOUR WEEK QUALIFIED RETIREE IS ELIGIBLE Starting Salary $6,500 For Year Starting August 15, 1966 Writ* Stating Qualifications, Background and Experience P.T., Box 2973, Miami, Fla. 33101 REV. PINCUS ALOOF CIRTIFIID MOHH Associated With Temple Adoth Teshurun 1025 N.E. Miami Gardens Drive Ne. Miami Beoch, Flo. 33138 17611 NE7th Ct. 947-2267 No. Miami Beach. 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^csqe 14 A rJenist tk-rHSnr Friday. December 31. 1965 Today's Thought: By DR. SAMUEL SILVER V What We Should Do Next New Year's Eve f66) THIS SEASON ol the year %  most proper Betting i r i over what to da next nkl winter Man] %  mpsj sitting around tables these coldish days, an > planning next season's pro ms Tin > are blocking out the calendar, setting aal le certain date*, chatting about speakerand entertainers that might entice a crowd, and visualising the aaaaets ..I l'H*>. And, with the calendar in front of them, many ol DM III are mafcii i %  piquant dia Next \t' Yeai Evi [alls on a Friday nighl What to do* of course, thll isn't much of a man) Most Jeffs to be Seventh Day ignoring worship on 'he Sabbath. In fact, one rnl**ii haadopted S new si Be a Don>f moat of the free world, criticizing apartheid (that mechanism by which the white Overlords of the trembled regions seek to keep the black di-nfranhi-iii ami socially and economically depressed the Jews "I Rhodesia and South Africa feel the Sting of criticism from anti-Semites ami other super-nationahsti Or let one or two courageous members of the Jewish community speak out against the shocking drift toward complete subjugation ol the blackb> the whites immediately the familiar cry of "Com nanism" iraised American .lews do not lift a voice in protest when th< South African government, as a matter Of course baiAmerican NegTOOa in IS military uniforms from certain South African bases -olcy because of tin skin COSH of tile Americans Yet we wonder where osjf allies see when American .lewin U S military uniformartbarred from bases In Arab states l Despiti i v I.ha I come 1 e. v ith the backin • \ %  mmit conferct the line I i • izal oi lai se i I bj ttence to hold the line •• m Igo i 2> i the Arabs had distinct k i'n the one issue which they had pi %  voti for the establishment ot a Unite I Nations i uete foi the pro %  hich the srabu claim to have aban •••!> :t4 members of the l IT in the Special Political Commute* voted in fa\*or The M included the I • t tup the Soviet Mo,snd the Moslem counli States and other bhj Western powers iiiii:t d Israel in % %  r i nited States, in the words of one n m American i t throucti magnificently Not only ditl the United states vote against itown relative!) mild dran ition, when thai draft hail been amended with anti objectives <•< b* half of the Arab attitude The I S \ had also worked out the best compromise stand possible lor Washington when the final action had reduced Maasf to a Nigei i ution, the draft finally adopted by the tssemblj Although Israel cast the si le negative voti resolution, it wa< understood by all here, including the U s th legation that Israel's stand had not been aimed against th< U S v but only ajrainrl Arab uaaateace that the refugees have s right" to be "repatriated to Paleetkee The close relationships during this yeai • is erably between the Israeli and the American deli was stressed b\ many dele ga tions it was noted that under the chairmanship oi Arthur .' Goldberg there wi i •• diminution in the friend*/ relationbetwr-m Jerusalem and Wash n and that, in fact, those retal warmer than ever It on another issue it was the i S and Brazil, with the V.S dele firmly b) Mr Goldberg*, that an eftt>n wss made in ai ther coov put through a resolution condemn %  %  Semi tism Only the I SSH pr* t,t .. sub-amendment Zionism and anti-Semitism with Nazism and neo m served to have the U S B ove lulled the is-,, iini stand against anti-Semitism, undei Goldberg's leadership, was widely ac* launed here Thus one feai Mi G appointment to the delegation chairmanship here was set aside it will be !• sued that when President Johnson tt>k Justic Gold berg from the Supreme Court la-: summer, to tend him here as the succeaor to Adlai Stevenson, then were some head-shaking Some predicted that Mr Goldberg, who had p u blicly declared himself a Zionist would now !• hampe rtl in his personal desiraa to act like a Jew Well — it has not happened. As Jusia Goldberg himself said after be came here inpersonal feelings and attitudes have not changed This Assembly hns proved the point Rasftember too, that msnj Jewish organisations • n include New Ye ,. V 1 pan on their programs Thee* eventyield lun and also revenue i a* year DOUI I hristmas and New Tear* Day fell ,„, i ridaj '• -' %  'and as a consequence, many rabbis modrfied thenworship schedule But when New Year's, ami shabhoEn coincide what do you It i(ruUltei to argue that New Year'Day U not a Jewish holiday an.l that therefore Jen*, ma] overlook it They wont It is equally fruitless to contend that New Years Bve is actually a holiday fur SOON (hnand i* known as the r east of I'liTumelswm fcoming as it does, eiffhl day* after Dec The custom of celebrating New Year's Eve ii.rmiv : xi in our mores True, some people the foi ed festlvit) on that occas the N v irkcr %  A hi. h ill. ladj ii %  oph who I Ne* Year's C I i v • tuatios are • ,,•• %  : Ida) nighl 2 > to post pom ', • fiitirely MU Panorama: By DAVI0 SCHWARTZ Vshclod Finished AN ISRAELI Cabinet memrter ^^ last aeel -"t two bottles of ii, had bet thai the :.. .. imrt city t>( Aahdod would he finished before iw5 ended Be asm hibet shiphave alrea.lv started coming into the new i>>rt but the iitv will not be formally opvned until next Spring Usually, towns rouse into being better-skelter fashion Many Simonboff, In hibook, Jewish Notables in America." tells how one American Jewi-h pioneer Abraham Morrlecai. fOUl the city nt kfontg 'Ha rv Ala Ifordecal who had served In the Ftevniutionary War lived afong the Indians .md married an ii squaw He iivi^i m an Indian town named. A chants sually, Indian towas never mew beea oa f : thi Indian roaming habits They lived la on till. deer and n n ed about at to ih< scarcity or al • tinan tubi ist.-.i i he i Horde* ai. in. s white man's home i him so Acochsaata the city •• Mined to become the first cap ai the .•s....t;i>iy duckling becomes a -wan. the desert btoonu with the rose nd the stone, as the psalmial savwhich the builder makes m to a cornerstone Coptfol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN Viet Nam Image in IS. Worries JWV V.'as"hm^ton % HE U.S. ARMED Forces, throuirh the %  treatment acconled a Jewish War Veterans delegation in Viet Nam this month, revealed anxiety to mobilize supI>it for the war by the American public mchkding the Jewish community JWV leaders reported that .If wish soldierand Marines in Viet Nam voiced dismS) at statement by rabluami -unit IS Jewish organizations urging wss a turn of bombings and commencement of peace na tituiwith the Viet Cong According to JW\ National Commander Milton A Vfaldor Ol Newark N I the Jewish fiahtinn men are dedicated to the war effort but are annoyed at bomefronl dissent Mr. Waldor returned with a comment that lie was "disgusted by those groups, Jewish ir non-Jewish, so concerned about the right to dissent, aboul the rights of the peace nicks, that they seem not to recognize that fioedoni raquaros responsibilities i rulste about our countiv %  right ami need la orous war against Cocnmuniam in Viet Nam' The .luv commandat said hh roup will mobilise and activate | .• American Jt..i.ii community if eradicate any doubts alxnit tl:.vital n< -iv tv ictory bj | X%at We will ohauange the appeaters, the naive, and the eoa> IUMMI •' I FWV offer has heea ni.d. to rnn.rt on Viet Nam to the I onrerenee of Presidents of Ifajoi American Jewish Organuationi ami the NVRAC Mr Waldor and other J\ leaders plan to a.ldreas meeting throughout the rout i v Datenas Department saasew gave confirmed that the i s military estabhshmenl especially Gen William Westmoreiand. commanding officer in \ iet Nam. wel. m7 I """ Mr WaJdor informed the C.eiwral that 'ewish veterans "unequivocaHj support the war ami urge •II mihtar) steps, induding air raids nsi aaaai i to obtain Gen Westmoreland replied thai haaaasjly agsjaaaiat "' ,WN anti thought more iindsistaudm of •'•-.led at home He ina.le known thai the n ,n %  live to the raaponaa of the American mumrj Mr Waldor tad JWV national executive director itroe Bheiaherg flea to v..t Nam at JA\ ,-\p.-n-< The IransportaUou and facilities provided bi the Gevara M combat in f r*aand aasigiiad %  Jewish e^ort orlicer. i of roJada ohm t,. %  ftaanpaaj tiw ufhout their v.s, t ( jp Uaver is reeular n) |



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I December 31. 1965 k H /"/ lfkriidli.tr! Page 15= V Chief Duo Here for Viet Rally Ch c 14. Waldor rged that "American policy is muck) concerned \wth negotia COM*AUDI* WALDO* history of tho United States hava we lost a war, but neither havo we won a war at tho conference table. "Once again, we have been brought to the brink and now have and not enough with winning only two choices remaining — disengage or fight to win,'' he contiWaldor: "We have nued. the point of no return and Commander Waldor. a Newark %  0 IjMgcr afford the luxury practicing attorney, whose trip t t W catlveiu ~~ or divided supwas paid for by his fellow veterans. for oar troops m the field." had bitter word.* for the draft card ifcead of 100.000 Amorburning demonstrators on the Boteran.s of the Jewish home front as he deplaned at New took ttroni; exception to reark Airport. ants in Viet N i of the ins hack home, our liet tell me th-t they fe< Bonce ol betrayal, as though fellow American^ are aigBing their death warrants." Commander U ;I!I lor reported. 'Afor negotiation," Commandor Waldor said, "we believe that our uoveminent cannot sit down across the peace table from the Viet Cong — any more than we could have sat down with the Nazi Storm troopers. The perpetration of meaningless atrocities against women, children and other non-combatants bar any claim the VC may have as a recognized political party or a representative of civilized society. "If wo at home don't drop our present bu*ines-s-usual attitude, mo Viet Nam conflict can drag on for 10, 30, or 30 years, siphoning off tho croam of our American manhood. Wo must not over forgot that a Gl killed in Viet Nam is juat as dead, has made just at great a sacrifice, as our comrades who died in World War II and in Korea. I come back to our Ixiuntiful ti i ops .' ho an i ... day by di in %  uli to di pro II ing but their courag They ai e > holders of high No er appointive offices criI tsf the "civic-action" program Viet Nam "Our men in \ i< i Nam." he said. fighting a two-pronged war, and i ilian. and iHith are Jkn equal footing Every sen ia Viet Nam is actively enin a civic action program. ng villages living with the citizenry and showing them "El cry time word reaches the Kwitney to Speak On Wednesday fice stop using thf Viet Nam ^ •pringboard to further rer To any of those know, who have been there, statements give comfort to and dampen the spirits "ing men." ler Waldor said his tour It included person to p*rtfa \nlre Mialnlenki. program chair man of the Miami Beach Zionist District Luncheon Club, has ao nouncad that Paul Kwitnev will be guest speaker ai .i dub meeting i e\t Wednesday, 12:15 p.m. at meaning of fr.-, inm. especialthe Hit/ Plaza Motel from terror. "Problems Facing Israel and ia time that those who hold the Zionist Movement Today" will IH' the topic dttouated by Kwitnev a Miami Beach attorney, who is a former chairman of the Zionist Youth Commission and a board member of the Miami Beach Zionist District Kwitney has made several trips to Israel. Newscaster. Dr Abraham Wolf son, will present a current events with American Gl'a, as report, and community singing has pth Gen, Westmoreland also been planned. Luncheon Club chairman is Cantor Saul Breeh Vatican Publishes WW II Papers Continued from Pag* 1-A failed to speak out against the Naii genocide. \ Vatican -. aid that Ihe publ al as to shed ht" on Vatican activities h %  • oil %  six •; maded I %  Publ'.cat 101 World Wai i I material lion to a %  pel : ...;. be i it sador Ixxlge %  nfil wo start winning prill the Communists beous about negotiating a PH'trntnt Never in the F LEAK? TO it row its repair it or apply lew one. For free iate phone: .* MlItOO! I\4. 685-1952 CAN YOU SPARE > 1 takes to add ZIP Codt to *IJJ. ZIP Celt is J tint and P**< f. it t*> (t | jnort Cut ''staSistam and aunts OtttnJ, a TELL THEM f} \ ABOUT WELCOME WAGON If yoj kno* of i fiat 1 *"-o rt |ust 'y. tt of i "J I %  you RUqf (• Welcome. fi£j\;u>on i way oi lift There can be no wit drawal the 40 v ear-old vetei declan d •'Tlie American people." Col niander Waldor said, "should ..MI. s by our fighting men in Viet Nam. with a tense of shame, a feeling ol futility. he continued. "Call it escalate, or by whatever term you will, tiiere will be no aware of the workings of the Asi; peace until the Communist forces ic mind which interprets any e are defeated or we withdraw. But pression of protest as weaknes in the name of democracy, freeThe North Vietnamese are utter doom, and, yes. in the name of hynotized by their experience wil God. as we now face yet another the French and tend to equate th year, we owe a huge debt to our experience with present times." 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On Jon. 6, officers of the Council of Jewish Congregational Pre-School Teachers of South Florida will be installed by Louis Schwartzman. executive director of the Bureau of Jewish Education, at Temple Menorah. Tom Adams, Secretary of State for the State of Florida, will present the Council with a charter of incorporation. Standing (left to right) are Mrs. Nathan Stem, secretary; Mrs. Saul Penick, trec3urer. Seated (left to right) are Mrs. Leo D. BrandeL. president, and Mrs. Sidney Kay, vice president Program will include songs by Mrs, Murry Karetzlcy. accompanied by Mrs. Berta Bainett. J bv ISABEL GRCVF th. W C cm a**? s World "eJewish Floridian Miami, Florida, Friday, December 31, 1965 Section B Mrs. Rosen Heads Patroness Unit Making plans for the Brandeis Group of Hadassah Matty Washton Luncheon at the Fontainebleau Hotel on Monday. Jan. 24. art seated (left to riaht) Mesdames Washton. hostess. Sam Ruban and Otto Sandman. Standing (left to right) are presidents. Mesdames Elizabeth Steinbach. Bernard Lipson and Birdi Curtis. n I -k) guests entertained b) Dick and Diana Seph1 • %  %  (k .ii. t last Sunday Dick banal Sprii •""' i| former Delta iteward rhich enabled her to Indu ,va lii raw bri< %  brac iha collected from all "• %  rldj Vineat those the lovelj Seplei home i ith authentic antiqu Mi Mayor Robert Km., High and i haith min.it.' decision b) in, 20. to spend the bolidaj i with his parents Ed and Berman. baa poatponed ,lanuar> Qight to visit in riand until the tpring va fOUBf man > N I N ''"' • %  Unoricoo College In I • • • U Israel Miller president, • %  iiiu-al Council ot America, a visitor here u.ts entl r ; b) lu uiu !• an.l aunt. Mr Mrs Herman Kiaenberg, of Beaca Spiritual loa kingsbridge Heights Jewish u i in New York, Rabbi Miller • ily returned from a IS For Academy Dinner Mrs. Leonard Rosen, former president of the Hebrew Academy Women, and wife of the general dinner chairman, heads a distinguished hostess committee which is mapping final plans for the 18th annual scholarship dinner of the Academy on Jan. 9 at the Deauville Hotel. Amonu those serving with Mrs. Rosen are the Mesdames Joseph Adelsberg, Flora Berman. Morris Bicnenfeld. Ben I Binder. Joseph Cohen. Samuel Cohen. Sarah Czech, Jennie Groasinger, Paul inc Grundwerg, Louia Merwitzer, Samuel Reinhard, Moses Rosenhouse, Samuel Rosner, Joseph Shapiro and \ irginia Silverberg. "In addition." Mrs Rosen said Wednesday, "the wives of almost all of the men's committee members have graciously pitched in to help assure the success of this significant. Chai anniversary "We have employed a gold theme in decorations, since the dinner happily coincides with the 50th wedding anniversary of our dedicated guests of honor. Mr. and Mrs Harry Genet." Mrs. Rosen emphasized that there will be no fund-raising at the dinner, which she stated "has become oua oi the social highlights of the American Jewish scene CD Government mission to Russia and • • parl chit %  %  ,III met food at the eon I ed hj %  mi jetted to the We I tevi n • eon.•.HI \s usual, the Sugaran theii trip back from i : !..a '.• .i stop ov i in l as j little chuck %  luck Mrs samuel Slmonhoff n %  ityle I 'Woman of the Yeai m her white ensemble t i| ped with .i ripple brimmed nnel at Ihe luncheon in her hon „, .HI lasl week ti .I out ol I iwner Mrs Blsa W Gil\|r~ Philip r I U ,,:. | • o| Won %  n Diviaioi U i. of Ihe Hebre* N tup which sponsored lh, to Lillian Mrs ',il br of the Gvei Press Club, here from Mtu i l i ki r hed bj the the i mttu Nations wr* r • u ., recognised correspondenl to C 2 n MKS. IIONARD ROSfN pastel leather clutches imported from Israe Exquisitely crafted by masters of the trade. ...... ni -clutches tuck mto your handbag or may be worn alone. •ik or soft blue The drop-in chain 5.98 Triple center 7.93 downiov.'.* ^' mi tH



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?aqe 2-B > knisHhrHinr Friday. Decembo: Bar Kochba is Topic A Koncral Jtl W m io i ;i talk en "Kahhi Akih., Roll in the Bar Kochba i pi.-i ni.-d bf Rabbi I herder, to the C'huK h i day at 2 pm. Meeting of the h>f> ree sneaking group of Miami Beach will be helur harge of the entertainment; Rabbi and M R. Silver %  • r. Mr. a: r; Mr. ond Mi^ Ml | Mi H :old Borke. members at large. Not Le< ^ n Goodman Offers Free '66 Calendar ntdar frt i • Tli' ';n^ to help the house w lie i icheduk her holiday planning, and candle II i>oth 'he Jewiata an<1 liih holidaya for both 1961 • the da) Of tinmonths n Hebrew and English lor all the 12 months oi 1966 bt|-phi< i* added with thr offrrr I number of the l ear-round Bad I rted in appropriate pngea within the calendar itself Pre* i imei are arailabla bj writing to 1 m Kloridian. PO oi 33101. ask inr. for the GoodaMn'l 1966 Cairn dar Ooodani I s noted for its mam fine products including Pure Egg Noodlea nips and \ • .ir %  i >ver matzo p irg end Mrs. Sam Davis prepare invito a Chanuka d.nner dance held last week at Tempi B Ih Shirah. Mrs Henry Harrieon, chairman of dance was aU : M.s. Ruth Steinberg, president of the Ssteihood. Children oi the daily Hebrew School pre auka Menorah ritual, and Rabbi Ma S-op spoke on "What the Maccabees Taught Us." Pioneers Slate Two Programs KOSHER lira Ida Liftman, preal lent of Women, Club II. antethat Mr and Mrs Nathan Bookspan in he mi; honored with a dinner marking their 54th wed ling anniversary on Saturday, Lin 8. 6:30 p.m.. at the Royal Hungarian Restaurant _i wr OIHCMI mi? 0 : {<&.\\t Chairman Mrs Abraham Shed roff will introduce Mai Shapiro, spiritual leader of Temple Beth Kodeah, guest speaker Mrs. Sally BaiT will give the invocation, and Planeea Pecker will present a music al program. • • Kailimali Chapter, Mr* Fred sandier, president, will have a re> gular meeting on Tueadaj even big at Coral Gabies federal, Pohce ile I .eon Blvl Following the hue! Kadimah'i annual white eiephanl gale will be con ducted i hairman, MrV/IUian Cl Rosensfein /'$ Chairman Juli \ .!. the : w ill Hth MrI lira lent) MORRISOrVSCHIFF !! %  THE GOOD FRANKFURT" HER'.* AN PEARL BILL L/ NUMBER ONE PROVISIONS ONE ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEACH Phone 531-6811 Remember how good bread used to taste? August Bros. still does! AUGUST BROS. BAKERY 361 S.W. 8th STREET, MIAMI, FLOtlOA 'I about gathered for you Miriam Field ** It" Israelis turn perform rvntnir and social mime k in lull pmrnition —and mure i* n. lhr> Har transformed IIK HM>and rrNouni'-pm-i Ifen -I ,, o| M Middle I at inin a aneaMa BM H I I" most af itH ajarU i ft UN) I "ll ionlj i" \, i tin HH hand* M the-, i jrx! Ih Vni Bl I id I In IK > It r I I I the %  'taeal am tautamt Mretaaa three-feiia m P %  • %  %  standard af liea has von. I Israel is loda) a drrai.' I fruition al a hrralhJc i isixntidenri that it is si. %iar %  • ll iiinaraaeaeai land.' aw %  Mr Di— mm nd. Mt; IW) | mnrr fiilfrllmrat akcad." V...; tawm m J.'. I think. Iff I ii pm .ih r r it;., ..." I 1 I rCCPUNT IStAf :^1>U"I tilh.H -I.,.sarirl*" iiaad IS mmmm < %  !"• %  "*** prr I Ikiui inixiurr la I Saaalt la m PtaW talaa \rtaacr m %  > •' ( "cuitminiuininK '. eaf i •aanjar, h..rd aaaaa, • cU.pp.-tl p.,nwiMi. aad iht.r." Iu,w 4..r Mix well P—WlirreM "*"* %  I €i aaaiiaaic al WaU I h>w •" I Ul">. sina. lownt i"i' .o Mlacr; (araMi H Uirr. ..I hjiJ tmtm t, ,r>a> Si Bar* J9M th rmm hn hrlpiHt otkrr txmmx I %  :„• nuinp* 1ANAJU MOOUMUI* ? %  tsip' Chs**$**om ..? brilinf aiitti • I > 4 cupwitaf • Wt K' 6 twnjnJi VJB. J „ciic < nmbinr this, A sai*.-" '' '*j h-Mlian xi.t Mi' I Pkaaft • <.i aaaaa ^j r.ti haaanaai Plan all Dalian dia: aoai I aaaaaa> lUkcai ITS I •i aaol kaaaaaa %  > %  .ih (aril Smi la si\ sjHilinr iMANKA AIOUI IS A STANDARD BRAN. UCIUSIMIV fOt THf BP YOUHS H0U(M>(


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Zamora Reelects Ferdie President
Rabbi Morris Kipper, of Temple Judea. wishes
bon voyaqe to members of h' congregation
who will be visitina Israel on the inaugura-
tion trip sponsored by Rassco Israel Corpor-
ation, the largest building and development
corporation in the State c.f Israel. Left to right
are Mr. and Mrs. Sol Schreiber, Rabbi Kipper.
Dr. and Mrs. Bernard Yessner, Hairy Alan
Sanders, executive of Rassco.
Beach Women's Council Meetings Set for January
Miami Beach B'nai B'rith activi
i! Include i Council met I
chaired by Mr- Max Kern, presi
on Mondaj \ enii at the
tut ill" Hotel
Chai Chapter board meeting will
onducti 'I i>\ Mi Jack Debitz
;.ii'i:i. "ti Tvesda) 11enin ,
I I. ,ii Miami Bea< h Fi li
Washington A and Lincoln ltd
mi Sunday evening, Jan 16, the
chapter will sponsor .i night club
affair a; the \i- iers Hotel
met iir^ in riated for Tuesdaj Jan
;8. 8pm. at the Deauville Hotel
Roosevelt Names
Mrs. Meyers
Miami Beach Mayor Elliott
Roosevelt Tuesday announce*! the
appointment i>f Mrs Anna Brcn
ner Meyers to the Clty'l Develop-
ment Commission.
Mrs. Meyers, attorney and mom-
ber of the Dado County School
Board, replaces William Paw ley
who resinned la>l week.
""[ am extremely happy that thi-.
outstanding woman has accepted
my appointment. Mayor RoOSe-
veil id, She will he a rctl asset
to th- commission as it formulates
a new- development plan for our
city "
Mrs Mayers has been > perm
anent Miami Beach resident since
MM, and she hai served on the
School Board since 1953
Among the organizations she ha-
helped found are Miami Dade Jun
lor CDOege, Channel 2 educational
television, and the Women Law-
yers Association of Florida,
Mrs Meyers has served on the
Dade County Community Chest.
and its successor the Dade County
I nited fund. She also is on the
boards of the Dade County Welfare
Planning Council. Jewish Fa mil)
and Children's Service, and the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
Freedom Chapter in ting
i^ scheduled for in a m TI -
Ian ,; In Ba) Harbor Island 'l
Hall Mr- Howard Dutkin will
> nndtn' .i iv ular meeting on
Thursday, Jan 20, l pm in the
Deatn ille Hotel
The cha| ter'a annual luncheon
has been set tor Wi dnesdaj no
Jan 2<>. in conjunction with N'oiih
Shori i hapter Gala enti rtainment
mil he featured at the affa r to be
held in the Deauville Hotel.
Preside nt Mrs Jai k i ohen w II
!m in eharge Of Harmony Chapter
board meeting on Tuesday a*en-
iii_: .Ian 11. at Miami Beach Fed-
eral, 71-t St and Alibott A\e. and
a regular meeting to be heli' in
Chase Federal, Arthur Godfrcj
ltd on Tuesday evening, Jan. 2.7
Hatikva Chapter board meeting
will be held on Tuesday Id a in .
in the Morton Towers North Card
Room Regular meeting is slated
for 1 pm. Tuesday, Jan 18. in
the Morton Towers Restaurant.
President is Mrs Gertrude Solo
mon.
Menorah Chapter Ixmrd meeting
on Tuesday. Jan. 11. and '(".ular
meeting on Tuesday. Jan. 25. ore
both slated for 1 pm and will he
held at Miami Beach Federal.
Washington Ave and Lincoln Rd.
President is Mis John Benjamin.
Miami Beach Chapter hoard
meeting will be held on Thursday,
Jan 6. 10 a in at Miami I'.eaeh
Federal. Washington Ave and Lin-
coln Rd Regular meeting on
Thursday. Jan. 20. will be held at
he Deauville Hotel at 12:30 p D
Mrs Jackson Wheye is president.

Board meeting of North Shore
Chapter has been set for Monday.
1 p m.. at the Deauville Hotel, with
President Mrs. Irving Mandel pre
tiding. Deauville Hotel will also
be Ihe site of the r< gular mi
on Mondaj Jan IT. and the
lum heon on Jan 26
eting
noon
Ainalee it Ferdie was reelected
president of Temple Zamora for
the ensuing year at the annual De-
cember meeting <>t the congn
tion.
Ferdie aNo serves a- chairman
of the Dade Count] Urban Renewal
Agency He is national executive
committeeman of the Jewish War
Veterans, vice president of the
South Florida Council of B'nai
B'nth Lodges, member of the
Board of Governors of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation, presi-
dent of the Greater Miami BBYO
Boani. vice president of Miami
Multiple 8deroais Association.
North American regional vice
president of Younger Lawyers Sec-
tion of the Inter American Bar As-
sociation, treasurer ot the Coral
Gables Bar Association, and trea
surer of the Greater Miami Jew
i-h Welfare Board
Reeleted first vice president was
Stanley Silvern Ruth Silvern t-aa
reelected recording secretarj Re-
ted second \ ice president was
Col Harold Shuman Reelected
corresponding secretarj was lid-
It and fi
retary, Harrj Marks Ni
cd In Irving Simons
Reelected to the Board of Tru-
tees were Arthur Ben. l.ouis A.
weiss. Louis Charter Hermai
Douglass. I eon Honig, Israel Ku
siur. William Locke, Samuel Mi
ler and Sidnej Palmer
\< 'v I) cic< ted members of tii
Board ot Trustees are Ephraii
l ohen, Nate Friedman' MJlto
Klein. Irwin Lechowitz, Han
Pines and Philip Bice
Mi- Rose Gursky was honored
by the congregation "lor her dad
cated service as teacher in tie
Sunday School."
Gershwin Knights
Slate Installation
George G< rshwin Knights ol l':
th as Lodge will install new off!
cera on Monday evening at Surf-
Community Center
Albert Shires lodge deputy and
past chancellor will head the li-
installing officers assisted by
. i uranskj Hi nrj Goldberg
\l Zuker
Da-, id Grosa will be inducted a
ir commander: Dr Jacl
D< ath eelloi Dr Gui
prela

Carol Lane se-ms torn between the ancient abacus and the
modern computer, but there's really no problem to solve. A
member of Miami's Flaqler Federal Savings and Loan s data
nancial institution's month-long tenth anniversaiy in January.
The NCR 390 Computer is the actual "working machine
The centuries-old Chinese abacus has become merely a wall
decoration for Flag ler Federal.
tfldortt I \UM\
|.( jioti .im i"t Us"* r i
J
spifiMil I Itnidu Hun*hinv
with sin < uhm navvl oranyvs
lO.flJi full bushel, delivered
0.5) half bushel, delivered
A gift packed with all the sunny flavor of
Florida1 Sweet, seedless pren navel oranges
tree ripened and so full of tuicy goodness!
A welcorre way to spread Florida sunshine
to friends and relatives m the North
JM CITRUS, fust floor
and fort lai1
Sorry, no COD'S
1501 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD PARK FREE' SHOP JM TONIGHT TIL 5 00



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Friday, December 31, 1965 >.itn ##• I hid a h if 1 Page 3-E Zamora Reelects Ferdie President Rabbi Morris Kipper, of Temple Judea. wishes bon voyaqe to members of h' congregation who will be visitina Israel on the inauguration trip sponsored by Rassco Israel Corporation, the largest building and development corporation in the State c.f Israel. Left to right are Mr. and Mrs. Sol Schreiber, Rabbi Kipper. Dr. and Mrs. Bernard Yessner, Hairy Alan Sanders, executive of Rassco. Beach Women's Council Meetings Set for January Miami Beach B'nai B'rith activi • i! Include i Council met I chaired by MrMax Kern, presi on Mondaj • \ enii at the tut ill" Hotel Chai Chapter board meeting will onducti 'I i>\ Mi Jack Debitz ;.ii'i:i. "ti Tvesda) 11enin I I. ,ii Miami Bea< h Fi li Washington A %  and Lincoln ltd mi Sunday evening, Jan 16, the chapter will sponsor .i night club affair a; the \iiers Hotel met iir^ IN riated for Tuesdaj Jan ;8. 8pm. at the Deauville Hotel Roosevelt Names Mrs. Meyers Miami Beach Mayor Elliott Roosevelt Tuesday announce*! the appointment i>f Mrs Anna Brcn ner Meyers to the Clty'l Development Commission. Mrs. Meyers, attorney and momber of the Dado County School Board, replaces William Paw ley who resinned la>l week. ""[ am extremely happy that thi-. outstanding woman has accepted my appointment. Mayor RoOSeveil id, She will he a rctl asset to thcommission as it formulates a newdevelopment plan for our city Mrs Mayers has been %  > perm anent Miami Beach resident since MM, and she hai served on the School Board since 1953 Among the organizations she hahelped found are Miami Dade Jun lor CDOege, Channel 2 educational television, and the Women Lawyers Association of Florida, Mrs Meyers has served on the Dade County Community Chest. and its successor the Dade County I nited fund. She also is on the boards of the Dade County Welfare Planning Council. Jewish Fa mil) and Children's Service, and the Greater Miami Jewish Federation Freedom Chapter in ting i^ scheduled for in a m TI Ian ,; In Ba) Harbor Island 'l Hall MrHoward Dutkin will > nndtn' .i iv ular meeting on Thursday, Jan 20, l pm in the Deatn ille Hotel The cha| ter'a annual luncheon has been set tor Wi dnesdaj no Jan 2<>. in conjunction with N'oiih Shori i hapter Gala enti rtainment mil he featured at the affa r to be held in the Deauville Hotel. Preside nt Mrs Jai k i ohen w II !M in eharge Of Harmony Chapter board meeting on Tuesday a*eniii_: .Ian 11. at Miami Beach Federal, 71-t St and Alibott A\e. and a regular meeting to be heli' in Chase Federal, Arthur Godfrcj ltd on Tuesday evening, Jan. 2.7 Hatikva Chapter board meeting will be held on Tuesday Id a in in the Morton Towers North Card Room Regular meeting is slated for 1 pm. Tuesday, Jan 18. in the Morton Towers Restaurant. President is Mrs Gertrude Solo mon. Menorah Chapter Ixmrd meeting on Tuesday. Jan. 11. and '(".ular meeting on Tuesday. Jan. 25. ore both slated for 1 pm and will he held at Miami Beach Federal. Washington Ave and Lincoln Rd. President is Mis John Benjamin. Miami Beach Chapter hoard meeting will be held on Thursday, Jan 6. 10 a in at Miami I'.eaeh Federal. Washington Ave and Lincoln Rd Regular meeting on Thursday. Jan. 20. will be held at •he Deauville Hotel at 12:30 p D Mrs Jackson Wheye is president. • • • Board meeting of North Shore Chapter has been set for Monday. 1 p m.. at the Deauville Hotel, with President Mrs. Irving Mandel pre tiding. Deauville Hotel will also be Ihe site of the r< gular mi on Mondaj Jan IT. and the lum heon on Jan 26 eting noon Ainalee it Ferdie was reelected president of Temple Zamora for the ensuing year at the annual December meeting <>t the congn tion. Ferdie aNo serves achairman of the Dade Count] Urban Renewal Agency He is national executive committeeman of the Jewish War Veterans, vice president of the South Florida Council of B'nai B'nth Lodges, member of the Board of Governors of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, president of the Greater Miami BBYO Boani. vice president of Miami Multiple 8deroais Association. North American regional vice president of Younger Lawyers Section of the Inter American Bar Association, treasurer ot the Coral Gables Bar Association, and trea surer of the Greater Miami Jew i-h Welfare Board Reeleted first vice president was Stanley Silvern Ruth Silvern t-aa reelected recording secretarj Reted second \ ice president was Col Harold Shuman Reelected corresponding secretarj was lidIt and fi retary, Harrj Marks Ni cd In Irving Simons Reelected to the Board of Trutees were Arthur Ben. l.ouis A. weiss. Louis Charter Hermai Douglass. I eon Honig, Israel Ku siur. William Locke, Samuel Mi ler and Sidnej Palmer \< 'v I) cic< ted members of tii Board ot Trustees are Ephraii l ohen, Nate Friedman' MJlto Klein. Irwin Lechowitz, Han Pines and Philip Bice MiRose Gursky was honored by the congregation "lor her dad cated service as teacher in tie Sunday School." Gershwin Knights Slate Installation George G< rshwin Knights ol l': th as Lodge will install new off! cera on Monday evening at SurfCommunity Center Albert Shires lodge deputy and past chancellor will head the li- installing officers assisted by i uranskj Hi nrj Goldberg \l Zuker Da-, id Grosa will be inducted a ir commander: Dr Jacl D< ath %  eelloi Dr Gui prela Carol Lane se-ms torn between the ancient abacus and the modern computer, but there's really no problem to solve. A member of Miami's Flaqler Federal Savings and Loan s data nancial institution's month-long tenth anniversaiy in January. The NCR 390 Computer is the actual "working machine The centuries-old Chinese abacus has become merely a wall decoration for Flag ler Federal. tfldortt I \UM\ |.( jioti .IM i"t Us"* r • • i J spifiMil I Itnidu Hun*hinv with sin < uhm navvl oranyvs lO.flJi full bushel, delivered 0.5) < k> half bushel, delivered A gift packed with all the sunny flavor of Florida 1 Sweet, seedless pren navel oranges tree ripened and so full of tuicy goodness! A welcorre way to spread Florida sunshine to friends and relatives m the North JM CITRUS, fust floor and fort lai 1 Sorry, no COD'S 1501 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD PARK FREE' SHOP JM TONIGHT TIL 5 00


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and WHA are (left to right' Michael Salmon. Mrs. Marilyn Ho-
der. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Horowitz. Mr. and Mrs. Irving Den-
mark. Mi. and Mis Herbert Saks. Mr. and Mrs. Lionel Boeen.
Mi end Mrs~"Ira Steinmetz. Mr. Steinmetz is branch director
for the Nonh County "Y" at 14036 NE 6th Ave.. No. Miami.
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lips and
ichedule her hoHdaj planning,
Sabbath liming! and candle II
tag It lists l>oth the Jewish anil
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the dayi <>f the months
i Engliah fur ,ii.
ol 1906
\i d 'ac phi* 1* added will-
of the n
lar > ear-round aid Passo
rtrel in appropriate
within the calendar itself
Pre* copies arc available i>>
writing to The JeWBW Klondiaii.
P.O Boa tan Miami SS101. ash
knj- for the Goodsflgn'l I9fi6 CalMl
dar. Ooodmnu li noted for it
mam fine products, Ineiuding Pure
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i| menu
rr. Grecr.beic end Mrs. Sani Davis prepare invi-
to a Cl e held last weeV
Ten M Henry Hai' hairman ot
dance Mrs. Ruth Steinberq. piesident
of :eihcod. Children of the daily Hebrew School
present) nuka Menorah ritual, and Rabbi Mo
Strop spoke on "What abees Taught Us."
Pioneers Slate Two Programs
fcfn Ida Liftman, president of
Women, Club II. an-
l ces that \lr and lira Nathan
Bookspan arc being honored with
a dinner gwrldag their 54th ared-
ding anniversary on Saturday,
I.m B 0 'in p m at the Royal
Hungarian Restaurant
chairman lira Abraham Shed*
ioff will introduce Mai Shapiro,
spiritual leader of Temple Beth
Kodeso guest ipeaker Mra Sally
liarr will give the invocation, and
Krances Packer will present a mu-
sical program
Kedimah Chapter, Mrs Fred
Sandier, president, will have a re-
gular meeting on Tueadaj even
inn at Coral Gablet Federal Pohce
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Phone 531-6811
Remember how good
bread used to taste?
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still does!
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361 S.W 8th STREET MIAMI, FLORIOA
Bar Kochba is Topic
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?aqo 2-B %  > k\*i*l' fhrMinr Friday. December cal dal mi of an to! act in I*' acl mi to pa II. In V \> ( fu Leaden: from the North Dade area who attended a recent Development Fund campaign dinner for the Greater Miami YM and WHA are (left to right' Michael Salmon. Mrs. Marilyn Hoder. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Horowitz. Mr. and Mrs. Irving Denmark. Mi. and Mis Herbert Saks. Mr. and Mrs. Lionel Boeen. Mi end Mrs~"Ira Steinmetz. Mr. Steinmetz is branch director for the Nonh County "Y" at 14036 NE 6th Ave.. No. Miami. : : •'.• f of S] Bel • %  right and Mi Hei ".' nent: Rcibbi and Ml Luis tor; Max R. Silver Mr. a ''. and Mis Al :KO. me: rt large. Not L Goodman Offers Free '66 Calendar A %  %  n I ndi i (i. i The calend Interesting lips and ichedule her hoHdaj planning, Sabbath liming! and candle II tag It lists l>oth the Jewish anil I li layi for both I9M the dayi <>f the months i Engliah fur ,ii. ol 1906 \i d 'AC phi* 1* added will%  of the n lar > ear-round aid Passo rtrel in appropriate • within the calendar itself Pre* copies arc available i>> writing to The JeWBW Klondiaii. P.O Boa tan Miami SS101. ash knjfor the Goodsflgn'l I9fi6 CalMl dar. Ooodmnu li noted for it mam fine products, Ineiuding Pure N 1 and Pa*over mal i| menu rr. Grecr.beic end Mrs. Sani Davis prepare invito a Cl e held last weeV Ten M Henry Hai' hairman ot dance • Mrs. Ruth Steinberq. piesident of :eihcod. Children of the daily Hebrew School present) nuka Menorah ritual, and Rabbi Mo Strop spoke on "What abees Taught Us." Pioneers Slate Two Programs fcfn Ida Liftman, president of Women, Club II. anl ces that \lr and lira Nathan Bookspan arc being honored with a dinner gwrldag their 54th aredding anniversary on Saturday, I.m B 0 'in p m at the Royal Hungarian Restaurant chairman lira Abraham Shed* ioff will introduce Mai Shapiro, spiritual leader of Temple Beth Kodeso guest ipeaker Mra Sally liarr will give the invocation, and Krances Packer will present a musical program Kedimah Chapter, Mrs Fred Sandier, president, will have a regular meeting on Tueadaj even inn at Coral Gablet Federal Pohce de I .eon Rl\d Follow inthe bus! eaa n eetii Kadlmah'a annual white elephant gale will be i ducted according to pro i i hairman Mri William > I Rosenstein is Chairman .'• PI Hi will -• lili Mr\dlel I lid Mn !,il'. S for t'i, 1 :,'in\ I \ KOSHER MORRISON-'SCHIFF • I" THE GOOD FRANKFURT 1 PEARL NUMBER ONE PROVISIONS ONE ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEACH Phone 531-6811 Remember how good bread used to taste? August Bros. still does! AUGUST BROS. BAKERY 361 S.W 8th STREET MIAMI, FLORIOA Bar Kochba is Topic A general dlsCUStioi I talk on Rabbi Akiha BOM in the Br Kochba pre* nted l>> Rabbi i berger, to the Chun Ivi daj at 2 pm. Merlins ol •• res ipeakiag group \„ rr Miami Beach will he held | n Tfrn pie Ner Tamid a about gathered for you Miriam field ••tin Israelis l,,.. ,„ rmtnkami sneial mirat U m half a cmrraiMMi-and m,, ,. M r^,,^, lhr\ hate lunsfornud i\ andresiHirit-piM-i tfen -I I :|, \tfcj. die I ast inln a p %  • ( m.,i.I In most nl it* • i. %  i. I H • %  li IN ml; r v, in % % %  • put ih. tin IUIMIS .11-1 llx I S m l IN M il • Israel lais increased il* Bsarelawbarra-foMm |" %  %  standiirij af l*aag ha* Israel is lodjl) a drra fruiiHM' al a iKvaihks* |ss — isnutudrno that il is ifaadai %  < %  Il i\ ihr prontisini: land.' aan Ur Mi I Hammond. "• tt. run p.,-, more fulf illmml ahead." ")' % %  %  <" %  B*, / think, /rrl 0 /m wdk I VM I i 4 %  FGCPlaNT ISIUf S ; -iill. ilh,'l im SfriaMr •n..ies aaShka li ***. I%  l -. riaaa imxiarr li • .**" sjnii ii, ,ua I'UIM. • ill aan ; i.i, i aicaaaf Montr m j •' • p* < BM n iiuinuajt h mi' I' afeaagar, thaipard %  aSaB, 0 ilunml punmiu aad OB(| uirno MI\.M raareaartn • l ,, I ei aaariaaic ai t*i I bawairel Ui'ii Minaj loseoe •" MiutT. caraMi aMh*itm>>lhard caaiat rajt aad ,*e. Make* afcaul % % %  %  g* Ji.r Bar* J9M tku rmm h./inril pnfKU BM •*•"'* %  • Afrlemm, 14 LmilmAmerlcai assfj i : rmr djaM StoreBANANA laWUIItll* ?'r I5MH Cht Sirtoni y, cup bcilmt aitti • 1 tW >. cup a|i' • I* M' 6 bananii Viniiii ••• ( ncKkiMr tins, A -a—' S-iimj; *' M ""'il %  rum. oil. BBBM jd aril I.. i i>jiuiu< Plan M i: > bak.nwd.sh aoaa I. .1 >•'•' kiwuIUk.ee ITS I Ol until luiuiuI .. h fark -s.,., i %  I i" is sauttnr paasa MANhA AMUI Ivin" IS A STAN0AR0 BRASS UClUSIVftT Fo THE R' YOUNfi MOAUBlAkf* — decisive victory bj rennireri in Mri 'Naaa inn> um.iiw,,.



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Friday, December 31, 1965 *Jmi*tthridHknin Page 3-E Zamora Reelects Ferdie President Rabbi Morris Kipper, of Temple Judea. wishes bon voyaqe to members of h<* congregation who will be visitina Israel on the inauguration trip sponsored by Rassco Israel Corporation, the largest building and development corporation in the State cf Israel. Left to right are Mr. and Mrs. Sol Schreiber, Rabbi Kipper, Dr. and Mrs. Bernard Yessner, Harry Alan Sanders, executive of Rassco. Beach Women's Council Meetings Set for January Miami Beach B'nai B'rith activiInclude i Council nn i hain I i>\ Mn Max Kern, pr dent, on Mondaj cvenin i rvtlla Hot< l Chai Chapter board meeting will i inducted by Mrs Jack Debitz Ident, on Tuesday ienin ; l. .it Miami B< at h Fedi Waahin [ton k\ t and Lincoln Rd On Sunday • vening, Jan ii. the chapter will sponsor .i night club affair at the Algiers Hoti ular meeting ia slated for Tuesdaj ;8. 8 p m at the Deauville Hotel Roosevelt Names Mrs. Meyers Miami Beach Mayor Elliott Roosevelt Tuesday announced the appointment of Mrs Anna Brenner Meyers to the City's Development Commission Mrs. Meyers, attorney and member of the Dado County School Board, replaces William Paw ley who resigned last week. '"I am extremely hippy that this outstanding woman has accepted my appointment." Mayor House \elt said "Shi will be a real aaset to the commission as it formulates a newdevelopment plan for our city." Mrs Meyers hat been %  perm anent Miami Beach resident since MM, and she has served on the School Board since IBM Among the organizations she has helped found are MiamiDade Junior College. Channel 2 educational television, and the Women Lawyer! Association of Florida. Mrs Meyers has Barred on the Dade County Community Chest. and its successor the Dade County I'nited Fund. She also is on the boards of the Dade County Welfare Planning Council. Jewish Family and Children's Sen-ice. and the Greater Miami Jewish Federation Freedom Chapter board meeting ischeduled for 10 a m T1 in Ian 6, in Baj Harbor island i Hall Mrs Howard D I will rondtti' a r> % %  ular meeting on Thursday, Jan 20, l p m in the Deauv ille Motel The i-h.i; ter'a annual lui has been set for '•' %  i ay noon, Ian 26, in conjunction with North Shot i i 'hapter Gala i i i ent w ill be featured .it the affair tc held in the Deauville Hotel. President Mrs Jai k i "hen % %  U b< in ebarge Of Harmony Chapter board meeting on Tuesday aw nJan il. at Miami Beach Federal, 71st St and Abbott Axe. a regular meeting to be held in (has,Federal. Arthur Godfrcj ltd on Tuesday evening, Jan. 25. Hatikva Chapter board meeting will he held on Tuesday, 10 a m in the Morton Towers North Card Room Regular meeting is slated for l pm Tuesday, Jan 18. in the Morton Towers Restaurant. President is Mrs Gertrude Solo mon. Mtnorah Chapter board meeting on Tuesday. Jan ll. .md regular meeting on Tuesday, Jan 29, are both slated for 1 pm and will be held at Miami Beach Federal. Washington Ave and Lincoln Rd. President is Mrs John Benjamin. Miami Beach Chapter hoard meeting Will l>e held on Thursday, .'.in t>. Ill a.m., at Miami Beach Federal, Washington Ave and Lincoln Rd Regular meeting on Thursday, Jan 20. will IKheld at •he Deauville Hotel at 12:30 p.m. Mrs Jackson Whcyc is president. • a • Board meeting of North Shore Chapter has been set for Monday. 1 pm., at the Deauville Hotel, with President Mrs. Irving Mandel pre siding. Deauville Hotel will also / \ Carol Lane st-ms torn between the ancient abacus and the modern computer, but there's really no problem to solve. A member of Miami' %  I Federal Savings and Loan's d nancial institution's month-long tenth anniversaiy in Janu. The NCR 390 Computer is the actual working'' machine. The centuries-old Chinese abacus has become merely a wall decoration for Flagler Federal. the site of the regular meeting on Mi i day, Jan IT. and the noon l.n< heon on .1 in !_'<> Ainslee if Ferdie "as reelectcd presidi nt of Temple Zamora for the ensuing year at the annual De cember meeting of the congri i tion. Ferdie al-o serves as chairman of the Dade Count) Urban Renewal Agency He la national executive committeeman of the Jewish War Veterans, vice president of the South Florida Council of B'nai B'nth Lodges, member of the Board of Governors of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, president of the Greater Miami BBYO Boarn. vice president of Miami Multiple Sclerosis Association. North American regional vice president of Younger Lawyers Section of the Inter American Bar v sociation, treasurer ol the Coral Gables Bar Association, and tr^'a surer of the Greater Miami Jev ish Welfare Hoard Reeleted lirsi vice president wss Stanley Silvern Ruth Silvern as reelected recording secretary R< elected second vice president was i il Harold Shuman Reelectcd i oi respoi din seen tarj as lid I. and fi retary, Harry Marks Nei Ij • (d treas uer is lr\ins Simons Reelected to the Board of Trustees were Arthur Ben. I.ouis A weiss, Louis Charter Herma Douglass, I eon Honig, Israel Kiis sner, William Locke, Samuel Mi l, r and Sidnej Palmer Newly-elected members of th Board Of li osiers are F.phran I ohen, Nate Friedman'. Mil to Klein. Irwin LechowitZ, Man Fines and Philip Rice Mrs. Rose Gursky was honored bj the congregation "for her dot rated service as teacher in Ul Sunday School." Gershwin Knights Slate Installation George G< rshwin Knights of Pj Unas Lodge will install new officers on Monday evening at Surfside Communit) (enter. Albert Shires lodge deputy and I a chancellor will head the lis ol installing officei assisted by Harrj Turansky, Henrv Geldberj and Al Zuker I la' id Gross w .11 be inducted ;i ir comma del Dr Heal %  %  rellor Dr Gus tave Fistel, pre cfidtvn, 11 la)uk J IMI noil :M i-t no :- %  • sprvml J Florida Huntthine u ilh smwulvnl navel vranaes I0.5lt"i


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Page 4 B %  lei*t fkrHiw Friday. December 3 I W H I A tk m itte l IT lilt< Displays depicting the six-point program of ORT's global activities were viewed tor the first time at a recent reception honoring Jacob Oleiski. director of ORT Israel, at the Deauville Hotel. Responsible for creating and making the display were (left to right) Miss Roxy Hirsch. Mrs. Edward Levinson. chapter president. Mrs. Michael Raab. Mrs. Sylvan Schotz. and Mrs. George Linden, regional education vice president. Not shown are Mrs. Edward Kessler and Mrs. Martin Tritt. h. A %  u b \ fi C t< fi S I I s a \ o I t I i I i I t I 1 James Roosevelt United States Ambassador tn UNESCO, is seen here with Mrs. lrv:ng L. Wexler. v.ce president ct public utiairs of the Greater Miami Section, National Council of Jewish Women, at the United Nations Institute in New Yoik. Mrs. Wexler. ofticial deleqate from the Greater Miami Section, was there to leain about the United Nations first hand. MORRIS & RUTH IERNER Catering for All Occasions HARRY ZIKK(RMAN f iiobl.'shrd in 1945 FAMOUS 471 WASHINGTON AYE. ICI'IMI MIAMI FACILITIES B EACH J^esfaurant NOW OPEN 7 BAYS A WEEK New Food Fair On Collins Ave. Grand opening feativitlea. were held hcrr last week lor .. 21.000 K) f! Pood r a.r nip Collini Ave Hailed b) communitj li f r ward ttep in ih.' rej iv< n >-f the So •• Bi %  < h art i ipie the i lock bei *• %  *•'" Street an i olliru to • •T Citi : • igue Henry Gill n • Irvii •'• '' : i new i will offi "' an.I .. iq M ol tail s It A .. announced i>^ Herman -•, n Iood Fall southern rjiel II The meat department will feator* IreiS, at well at frozen meat, and ready-to-serve barbecued delicacies ol all kinds, which will be displayed in warming ovans. There also will ba a large service seafood department, aist 1 a full line o* delicatessen and appetiier products. other major departmentJ in the, %  tore will Include a aervice baker) counter arul a diacounl drag de partmeat. Paat checkout service will be provided bj ~ix conveyor-typa OOUM. A veteran KIKHI Fair mam will !* %  111 charge >>f the new sun-r mark* He i Edward Walki r -u of 283 NK 2nd SI Miami who joined the (ham seven yean aj;o Workmen's Circle To Feature Major Stars Here on Jan. 9 Workmen's Circle hranches and women's cluhs here are sponsor* of the national concert tour, with four renowned arltati of state and radio, who will appear Sunday. Jan 9 at the Miami Beach Senior Hieti School Auditorium HOC total from the local concert will go to the I I. l*er*U Work men's Circle S hools in Miami. ehich teach children the Yiddish language, history and culture The concert la part of the cele hration ,.f the tBth Juhilee year c Wolf Younm and directed b> David 1 i. ht Thitext Include* the win. ..( i i. Perett Sholtm Alelchom, \ i eiaan The moaac will in dude works b) H I'osner. Sholem Secunda. and M Miller Ihe i>la> let will he followed h> solos duets and monologue* Shifra LaTtr, folk-singer, was born m Bnenoo-Airea, Argentina. She was graduated from the Spanish l'oil. ge. studied Yiddish in the %  B i alao attended thi dramatic school of the world theatre, • oion For thee \. ... -h' a; %  '' • Spanish en turned to Yiddish In this countrj the has In-, n ap p ... the ^ iddiah theatre jnd %  %  Mort t )UM Icea throughoul SNIriA llfft MfffSCNfl CfNDU the world for h.s tuh I Oil • iiracked Geadel li i >ne of the most njl inteipn : rs of lev i humoi sal n and folklore iv an o %  pianist who has promint i • S theatn a ROYAL HUNGARIAN TK RESTAURANT 731 Washington Ave. g? E N JE 8-5401 lltqmnt Cetarine far tar Atiftvcki. Waee.nji, aaa all Sacial fvne-eas SAND-ELL Catering At Its Best I 1216 NORMANDY DRIVE. NORMANDY ISLE ; Order Your Turkeys and Jrayt for Your Holiday Parfiei! ; Call Sol Weiss 866-6226 Umitr Strict efcinicel Juear.n.on Continental TOT Kosher Caterers a WIDDINGS • I All MtTZVAHS • lAMOUfTS UNUMITC At Teer Mawa. Noll er S y aiaaaa Mtasfi Oml, Shomrr Sfcueeai f(Haeraaf Qmmlity Per iMsNaari 8393 BIRD ROAD, MIAMI Phone 226-1744 and CATERERS 940-71$! ST. UN 6-6043 Specialists for Weddings Bar Mitivahs & Social Fwnctio • KATZ's PARADISE RESTAURANT 1451 COLLINS AVE Phone JE 21671 • KREPIACH 'KISHKE • MATZO BALLS • KNlSHfS • MEAT FISH • STEAKS "CHOPS • CHICKEN CATERING FOR ALL OCCASIONS Excellent Cuisine Superb Service Modorn Docor SCHECHTERS u S CROMWELL HOTEL ^^ PfllVATt BLACH • POOL • CABAMS /=-^ $10 .Idl rN THf OCEAN AT }0l • MIAMI ItACM TIOSIDA KING ARTHUR'S COURT STROLLING VIOLINS DINNER SUPPER MIAMI SPRINGS VILLAS 500 Deer Run • TU 8 4521 AIT IRUNV C. Omm,t 4>OltlM\ and IMIM •fBja KOSHER CATERERS H1233 170 N.W. 5th ST MIAMI PMOK6 FR 4-J5> Under in* itr.tl %  uervia>e of th Unla Kim ..t AsMMI n •' Oriattr Miami s..p*r V i II %  V RKKTAI RANT i N %  • Pk 531-9182 841 Washington Ave. i decisive %'lcl •'> means lequifeu a vn MM • r*t



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Friday. December 31, 1965 Hadassah Units Pfan Programs Hannah Senm-h Group u ill m Mel Haber, promam rhairnran. participants will ii. dudw. L. Thornton and Ben r Citizens No l v< iil i • %  I hill MSB) Ian fi. 8 p in at M ..• -i Beach i edi ral, 755 \\ iihi .ton Avc i'r Harold Strauss will speak on the P:-sid4'iiCs Povert) Program Legislator Robert I. Shevin --^ i ll discus-, iiov Bums' >uggestion for I ta\ | ., • l"i Ip N.islikit: will recite works fii m -. ilem I %  icham, and Mi -. Holly Rose, soprano, will present a program oi Yiddish and Hebrew seatja Temple Judea Junior Choir A .r ch I has been or • em pie J Ii a under the i rection oi Mrs Franklin KrrviV"— to" pan ite in month!) f.ilily svrrces the nr>t to be Jan Mi a'iK-rs oi • ii i hon are Scott Bi i, Diane Blackman, Gary |e in Alan Hoi iwiti Mitchell {loruk-t .\ubre> J after, Joel Jal fer. W.irk 1 .evin. Lee Maiulell Iris RfjitaX Mark EUuenkrants, and |..iri> Meui Temple Menorah Children's Choir under the direction of Herbert Weiner presents a special Chanuka choral selection at the Chanuka program oi the Reliqious School held on Sunday. Members of the Choir are back row (stand k e u r uwii left) Martin Gorodetzky. Doris Faro, Janet Wallman. Sandra Berenthal, Jeffrey Cohen, Mr. Herbert Weiner. Ilene Kulbersh. Gail Kringold. Sandra Huppert, Frances Glushakow and Robert Weiner. Front row (left to riqht) are Alext Berenthal, Joni Weinstock. Sandra Breiterman. Lttlkeff W upp aport, Ida Sobie. Rebeca Bazyler. David Oronstein Abram Berens and Jill Robbins. Two Admitted To Practice Before High Court M ami Attoi nt .. Budd (!ut e\ and Aai on F< i saner hat e been itti.! to pra efon Ihi prem i • %  the t i i. %  li n to tor i '•' ntes l rn HI b irt in .1 -i • • il • • i I I i %  • \ -.i • i %  nil tttoai in U... ni Cutlet president >. the Welfare P >| Da %  i mntj i b •> n ai !i\ e in the ci nunitj .or man) years. He ia past president of the i'.\I & v> ii \ ot Greater Miami and hairman oi the HadCount) Bar \ — ii atton Charities Commit ee lb ialso a member ol the tvings Ha\ Yacht and Country lub Beth Am Men Slate Functions Ben Liein. president. Temple Beth Am Brotherhood, announces the next month!) meeting ill be ; id Monday evening in the Music Room Monthly breakfast will be held • in s ndaj Jan B HI am., in th< Youth Lounge Guest speaker ill be I i M ixw ell Dauer, Pro !• ssoi or radiological physics at the I'niversit) o Miami School of fine. VrhOM topic will lie. "Science and Technology in a Modern So< iet) Plans are being made for the annual mterfaith dinner which will be held on Wednesday evet Feb 23, In the Social Hall under the chairmanship of Carl I.aks and Leonard Kaplan. IvJL II AT I'II BIO SPANISH RESTAURANT Specialty of the Hoi.** PAELLA VALENCIANA" A M T.I "Eight Candles in Search of a Shammus" was the skit presented by the youngsters of Tem; i" Emanu-El s Religious Scliccl at the combined Chanuka Assembly held last Sunday in •he mo'ti sanctuary ol the Temple. Front tew left to riqht) are Mayra. daughter of Dr. and Mis. Felin H. Reyler; Bruce, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Kaplan; Renay. daughter of Mrs. Icseph Cchen; and Esther, daughter of Mi. and Mr Joseph Robinskv. Standing (left to rirht) are Steven, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles RoJewish View On Marriage B • Bt 1 45 p m Mill i.er .i ~| .-.; i 1 IUI to posl I students, nmarrieds called "A Jewsh Vie N ol l o\ e and Man Rabbi Morris A Kipper and Dr Iiw.n Jaci bs, local psychiatrist, vill conduct the sessions scheduled for ever) other Tuesda) at the temple senblatt; Kathy Ann. daughter of DT. and Mrs. Lee F. Goldbeig; Pamela, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Gcdinsky; Robin, dauqhter oi Adeline Katz; Susan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lecn Epstein; Debbie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Heibeit Euchwald; Terri, daughter o' Mrs. Nccmi Shuch; Barbara, daughter of Mr. and Mis. Kirschiield; and Ricky, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dave B. May. Not pictured is the Shammus. Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Frank. Hemophilia Unit Luncheon Party Regular monthly noon luncheon ( the Miami Beach Hemophilia Auxiliary will be held on Thursla> Jan ') \J' D0K\L •• Me ocean at 48th Street. Miami Beach Reservations Required: JE 2-3600 Miami Commends Cruise Operators Miami Cit) Commissioner Irwin stie last week presented i City Miami Resolution to Frank L. -IT. .ir presidi i • ol Pan Amernes, Inc reci i\ Ing the resolution Lewis \ r I* i company .: %  Guy AP he ship *.i • i U t \ irtHi 0/S/H/H/H/H/H/H/H/H/H/H/H/H/I1I ^Jocncj v/liry. Ot;ii7 jLee, i^. ^_/M/I?III nl %  im N W 7lh STREtT. MIAMI Phorw NE 3*4*6 irtI IS 1 w We humbly beg to be in your honorable thoughts for these .e holiday? May Kwan Yin cast upon you her most gracious smile and bless you and yours wirh • any, many noble sons, to Larry on uitrious name' Dine heartily and be of go,' I I ss Gesunt< a l "WONG'S RICE BCWL 5ty le Ctunese Food 323 23rd St. Miami Beach i RtMMBlR THIS ADDRiSS MG JE 8-9344 OPENING VEUY SOON



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B 5 f 3 > flpjaftf fhridlt r*r Fiiday. December 31 acre w ...*4l> out f^coplc an JVL aces THE PROPS ARE TOPS it w.,. Jisrnooa at tbi Fontainnbleea Hotel tu-n Hi.' Props praaaated (hair seventh annual installation then Jua*ej Irei I installins offioti danced %  fen itepa with Marion i olb) Mn Barnard Frank) betorc ha ml al the head labla nexl to the preaiaeat, Erma (Mra All Podvin who was dressed in red and white to match the decorationi Later Ei ni role m the rtorj ol I inderella Sin Dillerad Phyllii Diller The show It i • ie N nuns, was lie Evi r> thing renl like rork. with 1 rh< and \>.,• .i as usual \n-"iiu Ruests were Mn ilts I %  i \| W H 1 A tl n it. r 1 IT int ;ial >ns of Dcde County attended the rve last week. the VM and WHA jrer.tr Mien Noted national and loo onages ->po'( vi r> cruises from 1'S |xrts to the Mediterranean, Caribbean and r areas of the world ibeing i inpned by the Zim Lines which ill ompha-i/e the cruise tide of iti lamenger services during lha yean ahaad, it WU announced by • .ill Hammer, preaidnnt of tha \rti< n. anl-racli Shipping Co. i is represeatatiii•>>f the Zim i Im One luenci >l this deci %  lion Hammer mid, will l the Irawal of the mixi ;...-n arge liana >s I srael and ss Ire nsAtlantic Ben ice ..ni; next spring The Israel's final from New York will !*• on I ar ^ IMM and the / 14 The ss Shalom, 29 :•; i ton Up of the Zim fleet, will n [oui IrantAtlantu round trip from New York t.> Haifa > La 1961 These trips will be in addition to two long Me '. ranean ci tin %  of 42 and 48 ;n duration sailing from New York on Mar is and Aim. 30, respective!) The Shalom will mam and probably three long < rui es to the Mediterranean in The Shalom Is presently cm ploj s-i on Caribbean cruiaaa from N. \> York and will continue on this until mid-Mann. Hammer She wil resume her Cariblor the \'MH'>I>~ season \o\ ember or Dei Hammer disclosed that the Zim Lira i are i now for the round i: n( ,| | Iron Florida and Want Conat ports v • %  •' i %  The v. ss Is involved in tl ire the sister -hips. SS Jerusalem and SS Thcodor Harm, l>oth of which have successfully crui.-od from American ports in previous years The decision tn withdraw the Israel and Zion from transAtlantic service ni made because ships of their type, though popular with passengers who enjoy the informality of a cargo liner, are no longer economically feasible <>n the North Atlantic. Hammer said. I SOME LIKE IT COLD M Hendi e look s i the mow d Max Pepp i he) will plaj oi then frit ill be whirling around Miami in Ihe Iv ner, -how and luncheon loutine Thcie .:. fOUl Open fire places in tha Myen house, so lei the u THE STARS WERE OUT They were out on the Doral Beach Roof when Marilyn and Morton Kc II roan and then quests, i harlotte and Leonard (ioldfarb. from New Ma \en. Conn., climaxed a day of Bailing on the i.oldfarb \acht l>y dinner on land ('<>ntrai> to expectations. Marilyn didn't get Baa sick. TO CELEBRATE Helen Spnrber, now Mrs Sam Herman. w..entertained bj a group of her friends at a lunch eon at the Crystal House The table decorations were all in yellow and white Sani came in for a few minuteto IKthere when MrSo', Sihcrman iw a toad i" the newly-married paii l always add-park!, to i part) I h. mans are now in then new apartment in tl Const South At the part) were Mrs Hair 1 lan. MiIda Alt-chuilcr. MiPloreno I MrFannie Broad, MrBertie Curtis Mra Entine, and bar sister, Teaaia S h u ba r l Iron '/1 Sat Fruchtmai Mn Ti ud) n %  i; ,.• Ilammi Mi I i. MrLouis Makovsk) Mn David Phillip redd) S %  IM A GRANDMOTHER ,111 I. *c II" -' he is i i %  : %  %  REUNION BUT NOT IN VIENNA Rico I i| th< .: Sew Yoi k fi %  i Mr and Mi M' \;'IHII Simon, and Mr and Ml a hall ni course Lauri plnnnu g t" fl) OWH In SI Thames t" do FIRST TIME IN TWENTY YEARS Jen> Mrs lain Friedland saw -now the first time in twenty years It haMi't chl it's still white cold and wet. She went to ( hi cago la see her son. Ronald, and hu wife. Betu* new home From there, she flew with them t.i Springfield to attend the ceremony uf Ronald admission to the Illinois Bar. Ronald is a pilot and findthat it save* a lot of time for him to be able to fly Jerry enjoyed the trip once she use


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Friday. December 31, 1965 *jEW#sfi fh ridden Page 7-E Jryridcs Exchange a member of Tan Fpsilon Phi Fraternitv. and was on the Dean's ljst. Kati Kashuk served as maid of honor Kim K.ishuk was flower girl. Brideamaidj were Bonnie. Kraviti, Fredl Grotaman, HemFriedman, and Natalie Fial Edward Steinfeldt wai best man. and Keith uk and Edwin Reisman were ishers i mi ol town guests included Mr M • Sam Richman, the bride's ents, and Mr and Mi : V' i Vork Mr '.: Di • Los Ai M r Jules Lehrer and Mi I Mi I ; Mrs Bi ssie Inn O New Y \ v \: i\ M.iin.ii meek, N Y "'ir Kmthi nu %  termin in .i : had %  v small | %  • %  %  %  %  Atl Mn -'• • I — i ar K Mrs and Nan< s Tavss n .iinbr • ••i v hael W Rmanuel Pa tiler and ii i nsmen. \o lc Hi altl S< "• %  : %  Mi %  %  -n led Wa niversitj in c ,ii ihe I %  : • • • Miami !!<• is an P< Have trial Inesa Meeting, Banquet, or tclal Occasion (ft You'll find complete gj* facilities to exactly satisfy 0r your needs in the Kismet, W Aladdin, Scheherazade and ^L Rubaiyat Rooms, be it for a ^ wedding or a private party 1 lor lnlormHoni HAZEL ALLISON CiUflng Dlrclor, JE 1-6061 Silt SI. Collins Ava. e MEET PERFECTIONISTS IN THE CATERING FIELD Tkey art unequsHed In their profession. y MM They irs IN olUbo's catering stetf. They \%l will mass s success ol say party... • !" wedd.ni... • Bar M.trvsh*... s buimiss a martial or I social luncheon. They will f sene from 20 to 1000 dlnsrs with tine food I asjiruy prepared In the diUdo'mswty oecoritid Cotillion Room They'll ****** whatever spec* you require, cm ftr. Telchner st Jfftsrson 8-0811 for the keit function you've ever has mourns A teaai '> enK w. %  NIKS. ALLAN TAVSS 7 ^ 1 KflMflMl CMtWS HIM M uw% "in HIP MBS. CHAKLiS KOCH ,, Epsilon PI alumnus His luated from Miami S< i r High .mil Florida College ol Medial Technoli %  Koch Miller Diplomat Country Club was the site of the marriage and reception for Mr end Mn Charles Mar tin Koch -in Sundaj Dec 26 Babbi David Lahrfleld officiated al Ihe evening ceremony. The former Bonnie l. < Miller is the daughter Ol 1>I ami Mrs Haloid Miller. 9032 Dikens Ave Pai ents of the bridegroom are Mr and Mrs Milton 6 Koch, 1446 Meridian Ave For the wedding, the bride >< %  lifted a gown of white peau tie toie with double train timimed in aieiu-on lace, seed pearii and at quins She carried white orchids ; on a Bible Attending Ihe couple were Linda Koch maul ol honoi Mn Peulette Miller am! Barbara Strasnick Joel Rosenblatt was best man smart Hochran, Howard Halpern. Dennis Sturm and Barrj Miller were uahi rs New Mn Koch is %  graduate <>f Miami Beach Senior High and Mount Sinai Hospital School of Practical Nursing Her bridegroom | s majorin in industrial engineer ni', at Ihe i niversitj ol Miami and | 8 a member of Phi Mu Alpha, professional music fraternity. U make their home m Surfside on their return from a honeymoon In Jamah %  Harris Zebiri Reception and dinner at the Se filfe Hotel followed Hie early eve SUPERB CATERING IN A LUXURIOUS NEW SETTING Miami's newest, most beautiful accommodations for weddings, club luncheons, banquets, bar mitzvahs, card parties, confirmations, receptions, etc. Parking on premises. For groups from 15 to 1500...superb cuisine. ..fine wines, experienced, personalized attention. Call Joseph Meyers, Catering Manager, 379 8861. DUPONT PLAZA HOTEL MIAMI Want To Make An Impression For Your Next CATERED AFFAIR PRIVATE Terrace Room • Wedding • Bar Mitzvah • Private Dinner Party or Luncheon Call Mr. Moss • Phone JE 1 -3349 Ample Free Parking lowers ,"•£*. 900 West Avenue, Miami Beach



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Pcce 8-B > k &f /*/ IkiHi r Friday, December 3 %  tk %  n in ID We the Women WOMAN OF THE WEEK A woman can be a terrific asset to a husband who i> In the public eye Jay Kislak.. chairman of the board of the J I. Kislak Mortgage Company, is this year overall chairman of the 1966 Combined Jewish Appeal Beverly is exactly the right kind of wife. Born in Plainfield. NJ she was a darling little girl, taking piano, ballet and tap dancing 1< sons Her family spent the winters in their home in Palm Beach, but Beverly never considered that as being Florida. She went to Welleslev College, majoring in English, and also spent a summer at Columbia University She met Jay at the Jersey shore in Deal He was a very dashing yotinjf man in the Nav> Air Corps Beverly Ripped over bit flying i>oots They were married when I.iv got out of service, and lived in N'ew Jersej Twelve years ago the) moved to Miami The Ki-'.;iks have three children Jonathan, Philip and Paula rlj has been a Den Mother • PTA work. In:' a ml. ~h<' leaves the communit) • He s great sh • I %  %  • .'. %  • in• ilendi full household "i fivi Kids aii %  :• %  • bing %  id Beverl) "We anfriends, and it Is excil adventurous to be with teen %  • rs Six yeai ecided she wanted to learn to fly a plane .ia> had had his license since he was seventeen at the L'niversit) of Pennsylvania After she got her license, they started to flj er Beverl) doesn't like loops but she can do a spin The) have had lots of fun flying to the windward and leeward Islands The sunshine and blue a ters, with skin diving and water skiing, provide relaxation for the whole family Next Step Is the aqua lung Two fam (lies si\ adults, and eight kids went to the Bern Islands for Seder For weeks thev parked M, that nothinc would be Otten, especially the yarmulkas and the HaK-adahs This was the first time that a gefilte fish Airlift went to the Berry Islands It was also the first time the full moon beamed down on the Seder there It was a mervelous and memorable experience Beverly is just recovering from a bad back She has been douiK quiet things at home, writing sewing, knitting, and playing the piano Guitar lessons ami ., |n trigonometry and analytical mathematics both been a source of mind sharpening for Beverl) The Kislaks have a huge collection of I which cooking in which she can be creative ["hi traveling, especially to their ranch m Wyoming Beverl) iana ions to ;ri out in the garden again The Kisiaks have a huge collection off records to which the> listen Ja) has -i large library, particularly !>ooks about the historj "f Florida Beverl) i~ in the middle of trying to catalogue it Sweet and charming in her role as home maker, there is onl> one career In her life her husband %  §fvf*tr : I i jw.at find Tickl TTrinfffl PHONE ANO CHARGE IT... •LED... 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The bridegroom graduated from Chelsea High and attended Suffolk University and Boston University • • • Kutmck fsfroch cascade of white orchids, lily Of : emony On Sunday. Dec L'ti. ilelelie Roxanne Estrach became the bride of Joel Kutmck Rabbi Max Shap ro oftu iated al the earlj aft< r no in i eremonj held al the i H v ille Hotel where i.e. ptiol Pan the newlyweds an i.. m .i Estrach 840 Mi and Mrs Jack Kutni i Miami l r the wedd carried oui in %  'I, of t a i ipi Iraii 1st I n fell from a -,.. Ie "! w hit* orchids |il) %  rtotis Mrs. Lawrence Cl las "( honor, and Mrs Harvej m Mis '.' Klein Shi and smue Estrach also the i i dc sister Ronald Shape served as the • groom beat man. and liar i.i im, Richard Kranis and Ira Weiner were ushers Mr Kutmck earned a degret cum laude, from the Universit) of Miami and is now a senior in its medical school He serves as presi< dent of Phi Delta Kpsilon. medical fraternity His bride has a -c -cr^c• 1 hotographic jortraih by Awdatdgin... 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Friday. December 31. 1965 > k**i*t fkrirffii iff Paqe 9-B Continued from Preceding Paga 9 i member V tj III m Senior )i nded Mi : i and i~ ;i i : M •' •' Bftiett llo'hr Judith Honor, daughter <>i Mr MrLMUI HI lor, 5110 I H l>r hoctiwr th. .1 Ranu'it. Mm ol Mrs Ethel Bar nett, 1745 Calaii Dr., on Sunday, Dec M. The ovrninc ceremony .it the l>>\nivillc Hotel waa conducted by RabM Sol Landau and was followed hy a reception in the hotel. The bride's dress of white peau de soie was topped with a satin toat. both embroidered in lace and seed pearls. Linda Gorwitz served a* her sister\ matron of honor. Marlene Barnett was maid of honor, and flower jrirla were Afoby and Carolyn GorwiU. Beat man to the bridegroom was win Kane, with Guy Iaierriere. "nnis Booksherter. Alan Fncdland and Rohcx Gorwitz serving as ushers. Now a buyer with Jordan Marsh. Barnett i< a graduate of Miami Beach Mich and has a BS in Im-i ness administration from the t niveratty of Florida He is a member of Alpha Kpsilon Pi Hta bride i> on the faculty at Miami Edison Junior High nd Is %  mate of. Miami High, attend d tin Univi rsit) ol Wisconsin and ai• iec in education from ; niversit) i f Miami ill Uve at 2430 M" 138th x| hen tfv j return from a wed ding < pi Grand Bahama Island n Herrman Harris 1 1. it nand < 'lifford -. • 1 : /.a F Mrs i. i imi She is a li f Miai fl.ii Hopkins s> hool of \ssis1 .His I hi bridi the son of Mr Mi Arthur Herrman, 1768 S A 10th SI H' ..i gra luati ol Mi ami Senior High and i> now workii toward a degri e in education ;,i the University ol Miami He is ., member ol Sigma Lambda Phi The couple are honeymooning in Nassau, and on their return will live at 204(1 N\v 34th St. • • levine • Garland %  ner K ilm *s. aaaar COVIM Covin Brown i Si Judith R Brown, daughti r of Mr Mrs Sol H Brown, and Barrj I Covin, ion "t Mr and Mis Michael Covii 10300 SW 65th Ave exchanged marital vowa al Beth David Congregation on Sunday evening, De< 26 Rabbi Sol Landau officiated. roilowiiH a reception and formal dinner in the Temple s Spector Hall, the newryweda left for a wedding trip to Mexico. <>n their return. the> will live in Kendall For the ceremony, new Mrs Co MII ehose a traditional full-length L'own of oyster white satin with laee appliques embellished with seed pearls and tear-drop crystal! M*S. ClIFFOtD HIMMAN Rabbi David Shapiro's study in Hollywood Temple Sinai was the setting for the early afternoon wedding which united Cheryl Garland and Stephen I Levine on Sunday, Dec. 19. Members of the immediate famil> attending the nuptials included the bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs Leon Garland. 203 31 NK 14th Ct., N. Miami Beach; parents of the bridegroom, Mr and Mrs Victor Levine, 55 SW 31st Rd and his three brothers. Paul, who served ;,• >t man. Robert and Andrew I ian Cohen served as her lia t -ill of honor .„• Kroom used his grandmother's wedding ring for the ceremon) \, iu Mrs Levine graduated from Norland High, attended the i iversity of Florida and will have ., degree in Jnni >m I i ., Atlantic L'niversitj at Boca Ra t< ii. where she is majoring in his torj A first >• ar student at Emory l niversitj School ol Dentistry, 'he l ridegroom graduated from Miami Senior nded the I ni vei sity ol Florida for three years. He belongs to Pi Lambda Phi, sofraternity, Phi Eta Sigma, freshman scholastic honorary, and Alpha Epailon Delta, pre-dental hoimi ar\ Kauimann and Stanley Phillip II" 25 Na ited, and the ceremony was followed by recepUi i I le tempi" WoJJ oi tin ter -I Dorothy Kauimann. '."HI Ba] Dr ate Will.am S K I! Ml. r the lati Mr and Mrs Rosen, ol < lin • %  : iage by her uncle. Kaufmann, the new Mrs i; sen's honor attendants were Shirley Ann Kauimann and Sylvia s Rosenthal David Greenberg served as IM-SI man. and Alan S. Rosenthal ushered The bridegroom is a productioH manager i"r Mechanic's Uniform Service. His bride is teaching at Central Beach Flcmentary. Following a wedding trip to Nasi Perfect fiff for the Jowrsb NooMwrftf "MY JEWISH KITCHEN" %  T SMfSHAMNAH SrKTOt A IOSAIEILI EDUN Tfca MMIOIO'I IVaBl Cookbook Real Jowish COMIM Special Ijroeli Redoes At loeoiM't 4 NajHad aaj $5.9s THE FIREBORN by AMIH SAftAN An eieftiof mitl obovf fawa h Parts rforiMf 6ofmow otewoofioo "ftaoorvo* ta bo •• rot kot-llor liot" Solomon Groyiel At Iraditig Department Stores or Coll Author Jf 1 6402 Ap. SO %  I he gown featured a full-length train, BCOOped neckline and sl.ev.s ending in lace bridal points. The bouquet was an arrangement of white roses Honor attendants eie Hazel Cohen and Mrs Beverly Brown Bridesmaids Included ins Blum. Mrs Enid Schwartz. Mrs Joyce Saweleon and Mrs Marsha Mervis. Deborah Heautraan and Sharon Mickenberg were flower girls, and Robin Bcautman and Steven Micknberg, ring bearers. .(„ rl Covin served as best and groomsmen included .• Brown Leonard Kowit. Mar Levin, Harold Sawelson. 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Page 10-B *-Anist FkrkUnn Friday. Decerr.cei 31. 1965 1 I 1 C/u irntin 9^ yours, kinds gold brocade wai hand painted II> %  modified watereolor wash, with a ranch mink trimmed cape Turouoiae ribbon lace in %  gown and cat which -he de %  tgned was worn by Mia Samuel PoUock Jual 'Kick from thraa weeks in Israel were thr Gary Gersona. she was in a gold brocade dinner ensemble Mrs Anne Schick, of WUma's, etaoaa black silk with red and gold haml paint eil Bnd jeweled (lowers M RS. Inei Krcnakj wai In black cut \ civet over chiffon, a band of white mink at the neckline >la>hed straight SCrOM in front and dipped to a V in back Shocking pink and white was the color combination woin by Mrs Ai\ in Lowe. Mrs Charles Miller's black peau do iota wag trimmed with h'ack bugkl beads and sequins A gold brocade costume ensemble from Italy was worn b> Mrs Morns I.ipo. Tomialine mink trimmed her collar and culls Mrs Hairy Smith was in a font: sleeved black silk crepe gown with a sleeveless black se qukftod ferkin. Her grandmother. Mis Rooe Mew. won an ice blue silk brocade. Mrs lhomas Cerard's white formal dinner suit was in moire. .ith i ••> ko;dd %  -' Imiso TEMPLE Betfa Sholom cele' biati-d its 23ni anniversary with a dinner dance last week at the Americana Motel Rabbi Leon Kronish's wife chose %  white silk crepe gown with silver and satinlined bugle beads embroidered in an overall pattern President <>t the Temple, Louis Snetman's wife, was In .i illk brocade (town with ombre tones of red and wine i inrfaite imon Goldman chose black silk crepe wil ibou%  %  %  %  ilrs Eli K itzin k • p.. ACK ens given to the yoke and sleeves ot her satin-macthinf coat A mylai brocade she.ith with I shawl-collared jack. wai worn by Mrs Prank dlFranco. Ice blue peau da -oic with a chantilly lace hodu t was Mrs Jeanne Fuerst'J choice Mrs Aaron Farr chose a shell pink French silk matellaSM -heath and matching coat Emerald green woven -ilk was Mrs Irving Rothman's choice for the evening. She had her sembie made in Hong Kong Mrs Max \IT ; baum also chost een li< r gown was with gold bes '"ii Mrs clusters ol %  %  • r %  %  %  • %  Ir Delsie Upton's Engagement Told To Ira Weiner Mr and Mrs Samuel I.ipton. of Allison Island, announce the igcmenl ol tin it daughter Deltie Jane to Ira Gar) son ol Mr ind Mrs Albert Weiner 3001 s\\ St Miss i ipton is %  wnior In E • • i Don Phi S Mr Weiner i%  < rsitj "f Miami School i f vice pn • *f,\ MH. siiPtiiH srrtM ^7) rides k^au Vows Continued from Page 9-B s.iu. the couple will live at 193 N Shore I)r Shea %  Svres The former Krica Sines cho-, .i traditional bridal gown of while lace and satin and carried orchids for her marriage to Richard Shea on Sunday. Dec. 28. The home of the bride's parents. Mr and Mr* .loarph Sure.-. 855 Fairway Dr. was the site of the afternoon ceremony and reception which followed Rabbi Leon Kron sh officiated. Attending the couple were Betty Handelman and (it-raid Stein. Son of Mr.* Baftkjjtf Shea. 5314 Alton Rd.. and the late Harry Shea, the bridegroom is a graduate of Miami Beach IliiJh and attended the University of Florida He ia member of Tan Bpaflon Phi l*ra tcrnity Hibride attended Miauu Bead High. on their return from a honeymoon trip to r'reeuort. the i weds will live in Hollywood Kla • • Stern Herskowili Following a honeymoon in Jamaica, new Mr and Mrs Stephen Kdward Stern will live In the Ken dall Park Apartments. So Miami Diane Herskowiti, daughter of Mr and Mrs Sain Herskowitt, 4810 I niversity Dr. exchanged vows with the son of Mr and Mrs MrnStern. 88.11 SW 21st Si at the Deauville Motel on Saturdav. Dec 25. Mr. Stern is a graduate of the I niversity of Miami. His bride 1 graduated from Hofstra College. Kammermans \eveal Phyllis Elena's Betrothal %  i • eii \. • : %  • I I • %  v ',' 1 %  %  i ttei • •' • Miss Kaufman Will Marry Attorney Jan. 30 I< !, tO < 111.11 ne.l en Jai I .... bj the (.. MIM i i I J ll Kaufm II Dui Nil "ii is the son of Mr and V i ph ll Ruffner 2516 sw St No • ward an MA de ree at Nev YoJ k University, Miss ited from ML h SI nioi High and attend* .1 lie Newcomfc College in Ni a trleans She earned an underload iate degree from the Universit) of Miami, where .-he made Doan'l List • n her senior year and i| member il Sigma Iota Music Sorority Mi liuflner is a graduate Ot Mi ami Senior High and has an ac anting degree from the t Diversity if Florida, where he was busi manager ol the Alligator, the f ; ""k and the orange Peel He i rved as historian of P| i..,mlda l*hi. soeial fraternity and beloi, o Alpha Delta Sigma, advertising lonorai j He graduated cum laud.-. f r .,m the l nlverstt) ,,i Miami Night Law School, where he u a member of '"hi Alpha Delta legal fraternity. Review, and Ph] Kappa I'hi tcholaatic honorary Now a special 'rial attorney for the Tax Division >f the Department „f ,| u ,, Washington, DC. he ll S member l Masonk Lodge, Scottish Rite and Main Shrine <: HtSi DFlSIf I'PTON MISS PHUUS KAMmttMAH Diane Gale Plans June Rites With Physician Diane Barbara Gab will >•the lune bride of Lynn Silverman. ,on of Mr and Mrs I. K. Silvernan. 2055 N'K 121st A\e. Announcement of the tag* i nent is made this week by the fuurc bndes parents. Mr and Mrs. Kphraim ale. 1526 AjMgeM Ac. oial CableMi-s QajJO is a graduate of Coral iabtaa Hixb She reci urad a itegrce Tom Washington I niversity ioing rradiiato in the univi raits .^choiil if Social Work She is a itn'HiiT u Sigma Delta Tan Sorority Her ti.nice alo has a di^ree loin Washington I niversity and ,s sjoaj %  senior in its medical I hool Mis fraternity is Zet. I an > MISS MAir KAUfltAM Frankel Betrothal Mr and Mrs Irving Frankel. 795 1-akeview Dr. announce the eniagemanl of their daughter I rranees Roberta, to David Yelen sn of Mr and Mrs. Louis Yelen' 8357 SW 10th St A July 3 weddin B is planned Women's League Has Meeting Site Permanent meeting place for WomenLeague (m Israel, Miami h chapter, will bthe home Of Dr and Mrs Morris Schor. 4720 Alton Hd Meeting oonductod on Thursday. Jan 6. 1 p m b) MiFaye Tup lei president will nulude plans for the chapter donor dinner dance and floor show to be held at the Algiers Hotel on Thursday. Jan 30 In charge of reservations is Mrs. Emma Katner. chairman. Spinoza Forum n 31st Year On Miami Beach l he Sptnot i lor Adult u the 81sl ontinu 10 I I i ; .. M I %  *' I %  Rcbbi to Talk On Zionism kerheaitn, u\ Urael, • of /Jon%  i for M nda) > oing, RiffUn w:II ucir ing annivi aac askli at of the group. oin. who w..ar Furope ami at the JesSa lary, received %  PhD decree from New York Inivereity He is the author <( ev •.' bonk among them "Age of ind "I'nitj In iBeth David Family Dinner lieth Dai M 8iat hood i sppn* -..r the first of a planned series of family dinners on Friday, J in. 7, t> 30 p.m in Spector Hall. Sharing the dinner, which precede lala Friday aoaahag aenwill bo Rabbi Sol Landai< Cantor William W Lipson and (heir families In charge of reservations are Mrs Moms RabiiiowiU arsi Mrs. Walter Falk. Cedars Women Seek Volunteers Mrs Doran /inner president i^ Cedars of la-bannn Ilosptta. Ami. Iiary. has announced that th* .>rt:a nizatioa's mid winter annual meet. Ing has been scheduled for Jan. lg %  I the hospital. Mrs Ted Ixitterman. past presh dent of the auxiliary, was -.>jx>u* ted program chairman for t.„da 1 i Cromwell Hotel Program nwell itotei wiU presr.it tl %  Stars of David m a ronercf '•wish musi under the riirectios Harold Tnkayer on Saturda> nigh' 1 Jn 1. 9 pm Program wiQ run oe gamut from traditional Mori lo the latest Israeli folk tui



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:ember31. 1965 Jc H iit fkricft ir Page 11-B irology Chief Named Chairman (bral Vascular Research Center fe jnril Institute nf Neil %  cases and Blindness a grant of more than th • University <>f )l i i Medicine i<> eaCenter for < 'ereDiseases ltd will pn \ ill.' staff, operating costs I 'i fcr a par perio I, ftj)i Havd < \i, i ^ %  he I M Sellool of MeSchem^ra, profesrm.Hi ol the Departl"ologv, will Ol printer for the Center. ^^pf said that "our P to learn mare Oarabral vascular di$ea:es to deve op n-n %  • fir.atmant a:vl better pre•as. Fcordln$? to Dr s. n 1 hi% %  •.trok told, "iii ; of ih natural h ; vascul.i %  uente Brno have iffered 1 who I; toms in_^Htl',|T I treatment will l>The stafi Ige about symptoms, %  t the riisea.M and metry ^H will flow in the brain with %  most sophiMicaU-il equipment They wll PC-Ray movie tcchmactual blood flow Ifcck and brain ami use to measure the ai -of blood flow through new methods for of total ami local Won are being doresearch Is consider ram szHtiNbinz ul • ; rok tial to tl 'vel Dr S< declared A third objective will be the installation of n electron microsope far the study of the infrastructure of the brain cells and blood vessels in order to learn ror about how the calls function. There will ba also ba expanded studies in the chemistry of the brain in health and in disease. The Center will employ 2(5 persons, Including 10 phjraiciaiis, and will utilise the facilities of both .1.11 k-"ii Memorial Hospital and the Veterans Administration Hospital. it will be interdisciplinary, with cooperation between the School's 1111 mmem %  4 1 r iner guests at the Caie Francnis Restaurant in HarSouth were Criminal Court Judge Ed Klein (left 'ilma. and Metro Judge Robert Deehl. The trio were lignitaiies attending the recent opening of the new >ur dinner spot. ill' 2M Department ol Neurologj and the D partments of Surgery, Medii Ka liologj .md Orthopedic Rehablion, Dr Scheinberg added that are {ratified thai the National Institutes of Health have expressed their confidence in the Universitj ol .Miami by providing the financial support lor ilu> investigation, i' 1 au w w1 are aw are that this is one ol on!) a few such center>n the country today, it i> our hope p here one oi the wot important centers for diagnosis, treatment, 1 at hinj and n search ii sti okes With the ci 1 n ol J 11 I Memorial Hospital, the 1 1 • menl tints n d cenl hospital r the past • \ ice has helped conl er. nian Dr. Schein 1 o? Emory U !y i c' >"d MD dai.ie UM Medical I the Veterans or. Hospital in 19501"51 p ior to the opening of the fchool of Medicine. He joined the faculty in 1755. I >•• Scheu bei has N n %  • • %  and cerebral disi since 1948 and is the author of more than S3 scientific publicarelating in his interest. ach '%  •' Grc. ..; tn, Si" coun: t:cn%  : ati : Miami." Dr. a s award was "fcr 25 years <-i dedicated effoits in the cause of Grand Opera in Grciler Miami." TZ make your radio sound better turn your dial to UIVCG SOUTH FLORIDA'S GOOD MUSK STATIONS AM 1080 KC. 10,000 Watts FM -105.1 MC. -160,000 Watts %  u rws CaJetoria of Lincoln Mall chanaee hands. Left to me Henry Metier, now owner; Paul B. Steinberg, attortfas Appol. now owner; Miami Beach Councilman Malbgkmdor; and Sol White, new owner. Appol, formerly of Word Catetaria. i peeeidonl of the now roetaurant Former ownors woso Artio Brown and Joo Barkan.



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Page 12-B +Jeist nrriciHr Zionist Council Elects Burstein New President Manuel Burstein Miami lauii JIK cl Burst.m financial secretary. Mrs Moses Mayer, lecial secretary; Mrs A Arthjr Ptkeiner, parliamentarian; and Dr. SHIIMI VYnensky, budget direct. Di I large i I it Mrs J :. aniel > %  >n i • %  i aft I Mrs Samui Mi>s Mar rite Marx lit! Kabhi Richard Marcovrti and Mrs Isaac I'ushkin Organizational vice presidents elected inclu li Barth, Miami Beach Hadasaah Mrs Max tz. Miami Hadassah; Mrs Kobi rt Berman Hollywood Ha i sah; Mrs Alfred Stone Mizrachi Women; Mr Sol Rashin, Mizrachi Men. Al Oaaip ZOA Isaac Donen. Surf side; Ben .ill. • M mi Beach; and Mas Parness Coral Gables \ meeting ol I he roup ill be Jan ti al the Great) r M n Buildn Beth Tfilah Names Kaplan N irmai K I 19730 NI 22nd *v • si • an life president of Beth Tfilah Con• i( in at a meeting of the on last wt k Kaplan was one ol the first presidents ol Beth Tfilah Left to right are Milton Hahn. president nf Sholem Lodqe. B'nai B'rith. Sam Kopkind. Israel chairman, and Melvin Haber. program chairman, at a Jewish National Fund evenma sponsored by the lodqe with Zev W. Kogan as guest speaker. During the program, Sholem Lodqe pledqed to plant a qrove oi trees in Me Ami. Israel. Miami's sistet city ia on that Jordan border, which contributes tc atrengthon i young republefen le system. Dr. Zitf Tapped Di Sanford l. Ziff. 7439 Dade land Mall li;i> been admitted into membership of the American \c c dejny of Optometr) Dr. A ff recuived the honor while attending a conference of the Vcadtiny in Chicago. Sramson Seeks Scrrfh Miami Council Sect i %  %  ictivi ii %  in recent i Fi Soutl M m Ad\ isoi \ > Ouncil si c rtteer work with the South Miami Friends of the Pubiii Librarj Bramson said thai during th' two month long cam' he hoped "to jive the people a good indication ol m> feelings on the issues facing Smith Mian i, particu larly the need toi i Development Commission for the citj He also said that "I hope the candidates for the commission will have frank discussions on the issues such as annexation, toning, our relationship with Metro, and the manner in which property is assessed in our city." So ith Miami PA said that he I. %  would also show the nved for implementing nservative fiscal budget man agemenl i seeking the positii councilman because mj participa tion in communit) projects has shown me thai there are -till many problems facing us which can only i>e solved with a proper!) executed program 1 believe a program can be carried out bj concerned citi /ens and hard working councilmcn who are interested in what will benefit the community's home owners businessmen and chil dren Bramson two yean aj i ran for Friday. December 31. 196 As Bormann Still Alive?, BONN JTA rhe oil Eichmann, handed in I |M |Ma .,. .„,. j.n-i humaniM went to his death believing lhal HIUci nghthand man. Martin Bor ... ;,,„, rjthei leading Nazis were alive, according lo JiUu> Eichmann, Adoll son Klaus Eichmann nude thai statement in an interview in the %  zinc Quick, published at Munich He said bis f ather be lieved lhal among other leading Na/i-w\\ alive was Heihrtr-h Mueller, chief of the l.estapo The German Governmenl has a S25.000 reward zaalad for the capture Ot Bormann. who is reportedly in hiding in South Amer ica Klaus Eichmann himself lives in Argentina He also told the magazine that his father was convicted ''unjuMlr." He. said that. in Argentina, he had met a whole raft of former Nazis accused as war cnminaN t • fO BIAMSOM II ol South ML. mi and piled IV) vntc \ i i'\ and fortnei South Miami ( itv An.ii' II Biamson i* a rrv !-i HI th< < 'PA l '.' %  Islativa I mittee He il also a founder of the South Mi II I i ol the man of tin ; .. • Rare I Club, sponsoi ed I iniza 64 he tandu 'v !i\ i: > h He membei ol lemi '• B th Bi amsoi lives a ith his wife, Do and two d Beli) and Nanc) %  ti.HKi iin l i Di New Roosevelt Feature Now Judith Abbott is n m in Nee. York in rehearsal with Never Too :• ii the Roo Miami >' % %  in Jai rom • N I I %  M %  i n w hi I a an npe< t change hi • id ;) •• • M ROOseve • Playhocve. it v~* annewnced t-< proe> t-nest ifern and Ken C-a.'civ Ini : Me rhe Sk) is %  in. V.,' i Ri | the Jan 18 ilol will i>c \rier.. Francis -tar i • • edj Kind Sir The shift haresulted ... original!) set foi Mai i. and sh lias had t'. cancel net ap;x'ai.<• i Born Yi Ticket holders for the dates involved were this week advised to exchange their seats at the box office as soon as possible to b* assured the best selection. The Roosevelt I' on Arthur Godfrey Rd .;ala Her %  geon Door-f o-Door Drive Thouaandi of volunteers will be ringing doorbells during the fust two weeks in January in the March ol Hope (or multiple sclerosis The once a yeai campaign is conducted bv the Miami Multiple Scieroall Association, 1545 Biarritz Dr Food fair Earnings Up Eai m i-.:of Fa Pair St >• %  In* foi the n weeks ends I \ i U i" i M I percent lo 13.649 000 oi T8 cents i Mure Louis stem piesi.leiit ol the retail grocer) chain, said m Philadelphia that m earnings compares with HOMLOOO or gfi eenti a share a year earlier Sales volume for the 28-week period rose to • %  record of StiH.UII.iNJO. an incna-e of 8J percent compared with $579,021 000 (or the like period of the pre vioua year New students took prut in a consecration service at Temple Zion conducted by Rabbi Alfred Wax-man during the late Friday eva en Dec 10. Each BtuHent -or-oi.veH a miniature Sefer Torah. Consecrants include Jeff Blinski, Andrew Brown. Mike Bush. Steven Dayan. Mark Diamond. Dame S. Eneifeld S I, Steven Goodman, Lawrence C man. N Steven Hoffer. Karan Jackson, Paul lacobscn, Edward Kaplan, Eliot Kleinberg. Mark A. Kramurz. Debra Kurmon Lander, Steven Landmcn. Diane Laub. Marjort* Leighion. Mctthew I Lowe. Mark Luger. Jeff Margolin. Jeffrey Marcus. Arnold Meranski. Stephen MesPaul Meyew. Robert Miahael. Joseph Mora. Ronald Nadel bt. Gary Pales. Mark Pearl Michael Pearl JeffH e „ y *|. >' W i"^m Pre.,. Keith L. Rabin ..hlle.mcp.G jjrman Robert T .man TOM tWlll WAN1E0 Middle Aged or Older Lady For Light HousVeep g li^hl Cookim (er Oar iAiAir nus ftrvarf sioeooat Private Tile Both ana Tetevittee CALL 534 1732 Membership Drive JEWISH PHYSICAL SCI€f*l Dues S6 per year 820 Lincoln Lane North 538-2989 ATTENTION 1 Jewish Home for the Aged) THRIFT SHOP NEEDS YOUR DONATION! NOW! •FUBNITURf AfPUA.Vf* CIOTMINC --mniMi "All Items Ta* Deo u c* CALL 696-2101 Any way you figUTt It... 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:ember31. 1965 An#*# fkrirfiiir, Page 13-B %  i n\mrk GoHtttim Itmii Malamti faith Messer J$ar JMitzsal* WmHh Mmer daughter of Or and Mrs Mesaer, 90! • Snrolla Ave. KWf lU1 lM H -'~ M /N lh Pin g. Dec 31. at ^hr Messers will TOIlCf £hahhat. ligtda. grade -'11.1i iii ,ii Leon Junior Ilinh. the plays clarinet and is a of the concert hand ith's parents wiH honor her • reception at home • • • ParH Inglandar daughter of Councilman la. Malvin Knidandcr. 420 • Dr., will be lias Mit/vah nigfct. Dec HI ..1 Tem Hoorah f^ja> an eighth trailer at Junior Mi.h wtn-n sin I the achool band and is Of the Student Council. and Future I'c .u-hci ea. She also attends Tem arah Religious School %  ijpdon for I'atti T| part Of the annual New : open house at t:u* Knc lidcace following temple • • ;.. Mkhaal Aumont MiUrvah o( Michael, son of Mis. Uerbert Aumont. 4th, St.. will b. obs ncd Saturday. Jan 1. at Temple Zion Michael ian eighth grade stu | lent at Kinloeh Park Junior High .>nd a member of the school con cert band A reception in honor of Michael A ill be held at the Crosswavs Air nut Inn • Bruce Fishbcin Bruce son of Mr and Mrs. Marin Fishbein, 1363 NB 181a1 St. will Income liar Mitzvah at Younn rael of Orea^er Miami on Saturday morning. Jan 1. Bruce is an eighth grade student at the John F Kennedy Junior iligh School His hobbies are baseball and arts and crafts A party will IKgiven in his honor by hi patents at the Royal Hungarian Restaurant. Michael Bishku Michael Barry, son of Mr and Mrs Martin M.shku. will become Mar Mit/sah on Saturday. Jan 1. at Temple Adath Ycshurun Michael i> an honor student in the eighth grade of John F Ken Junior High School He is ,i member of the North Miami Swim (Tub and won several trophies lasl sumiw r He la %  student in Hebrew Sch and will graduate next lerill I-'ol' i Ih • ices Mi and dis Bushku wnl give i reception in honor of their son Nina Naftall Nina daughter of Mr and Mrs Henry Natiaii. 10651 NE 11th Ct will become Has Mit/vah on Friday, Dec 31, at Beth Moshe Con relation An Oneg shabbat sponsored by her parents will follow services in Popiel Social Hall Nina is a student of the Beth loshe Hebrew School and attends gfath grade ol North Miami Junir High. She is a member of the oung Judaeans Club An open house will be held for elatives and friends in Nina's onor. • • • Larry Burrow* Beth Torah Congregation will %  *f "fne s*if* ofThr nfTOtzval oT* %  fry Burrows on Saturday mornng. Jan. I. Mr and Mis Irving Burrows ill host the Kuldush following the eremony in their son's honor and i reception in their home at 1080 IE 178th 'l-i Grandparents of the celebrant who will be here for the ohscrvince are Mr and Mrs M. .1. Buroms, Boston, and Mr. and Mrs .larry C.oldline. Hollywood, Fla Larry is in the seventh grade at lohn F Kennedy Junior High. He ..lays drums, is active in the CSV ,.nd playa football. • • Mark Goldstein Mark son of Mrs. Barbara Coldstein, inn.") Meridian Ave will besome Bar Mitzvah on Saturday. Ian 1. at Temple Kinatui-Kl. Mark is in the eighth grade at .da M Fisher Junior High School. He has won awards in bowling, and ins mtei est.s include dancing and sports The celebrant will be honored at ,i reception Saturday evening at the Saxony Hotel David Sbidlowsky, Mark's maternal grandparent, will attend this event Lewis Maiamed : la> morning sen ices Jan l • •-. pvaymen. nationally-acclaimed folk qroup. op?ned Jand Box at the Doial Hote-l lust Wednesday m four younq men, who already have several h't receu ciosit including the million-sale "Michael," are (by imily Ynncey nnd the Silvertones, and the Calo Duartet. The Band Box features qrcup acts ranuing i to jazz and pop to Dixieland. /> a: ti ', 1fc i at r th David Congregation, will Include the Bar Mitzvah of I i wis Harlan. BOB of Mi and Mrs Sam Malamed, 1829 SW 17th St Lewis is an eighth grade student ..t Shenandoafa Junior High and olavs violin in the school hand. He BSa been attending Beth David Religious School for two years and Beth Israel Lists Lecture Series Beth Israel Congregation an nounced this week mat it will sponsor the first annual "Torah Thoughts" lecture series in the Harry N. Schwartz Auditorium ol the synagogue at 770 W. 40th St Miami I (each. The lecture aeries will feature %  snaddress by an outstanding iawiafa leader and thinker for four con sccutive months beginning in December and running through next March The series opened on Wednesday night with a lecture by Rabbi Norman Lamm on "The Jewish-Christian Dialogue: An Orthodox Jewish View." Rabbi Lamm is spiritual leader of the Jewish Center in New Yark City, andavisiting professor*! Yeshiwa University. He has traveled widely and is well known for his religious mis Sion to the ancient Jewish communities in India and Pakistan Kabbi I.amm is an expert Ofl the Jewish MCW toward the Ecumenical Council Rabbi Berel Wein is spiritual leader of the congregation and Moses .1 Grundwerg is president. Ii s hobbies are stamp and coin-collecting. The celebrant's grandparents, Isidor Rabinowit/. of New York City, and Mrs. Gussie Rozansky, Miami Beach, will attend the ceremonj and luncheon tendered by Mr, and Mrs Malamed in their home JWV Post Member Fete West Miami Jewish War Vetcr MIS and Auxiliary held %  gala Membership a-Come-Come" last Saturda) evening ;t Hillel House Mayor Chuck Hall was guest speak IT Membership chairmen are Mr and Mrs Norman Burman ai Mrs Joseph Achtman Is Auxiliary president RABBI NORMAN 1AMM CCNY Forms Alumni Chapter Arnold Fein has been elected presidenl of the newlj formed • outh Florida Chapter of the City College oi New York Alumni As-iii tation Serving with him will be Harry Zukernick, vice president; Sheldon Rosenberg, recording secretary. Charlotte Vogel. corresponding secretary; and Aaron Goldman, treasurer The chapter, formed at an organizational meeting on Miami Beach, has an initial membership ot 400 CCNY alumni. It will promote higher education in South Florida, as well as provide a meeting ground for an estimated 200 CCNY graduates in this area. President Fein, a Miami Beach attorney, also serves aa vice president of the North Shore Surfside Lodgi < : B !.. i B'rith. and senior mmander of the Bay liar p si oi the Jewish War Vel erans gswBPe*"-^ UNIQUE INTELLECTUAL UP TO DATE JAY BUSHINSKY AND THE News of the Jewish World HEARD DAILY. MONDAY-FRIDAY. M:30 P.M. RADIO STATION i\ ins Holiday" recently brought popular Miami Beach tateur Charlie Bookbinder to dinner at the Famous crk reetaurant on Washington Ave. The party In lu nan. foreground 1 Mrs Sam Schine and Mrs Bookbinder sit'to right background 1 Mr. Schine. Mr. Bookbinder, and Ind Mi Lawrence Schine. WEDR-FM, MIAMI'S ONLY RADIO STATION FEATURING 2 HOURS OF JEWISH PROGRAMS DAILY



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Page 14-B +Jmisti fkrid&r Friday. December 31. S: MM/ TFrliTZ MBBf GOIDMAN M8BI SaNDffOW RABB' KltlN MSB! MSfNBftC United Synagogue Stages Fourth Annual Adult Education Cavalcade Series Here The fourth annual adult education lecture lour ipouaored by the Sootheoet Region <>i the United Synagogue of America iraa launch ed this month in a down communi. cording to an announcemerit by Jerry Sussman. chairman ot the Adult Education Commjs%  ion <>f the Southeast Region, Participanta in the cavalcade ire Rabbi Isaac Klein. Temple Beth El, Buffalo. N V Rabbi Ed Friedland to Head CJA Pacesetters Noted ph S.IIIUK l %  M Beach, cl %  I '''I" of : amed i I ewish A ition Fi i Hand has I %  er in th on i.,. and nal ene His appointment as chairman of the Pacesetters Division was announced by Jay I. Kislak, overall CJA campaign chairman w+o recently announced a goal of $1,566,666 for 1966. Friedland last year served as co-chairman of nSe pacesetters. Friedland, a m< mbcr of the board of directors at Temple } a anu l -.dent of the l Fair Foundation, which provides schoi al leading universitiei for hundreds "i students. His food chain operation is one of the la esl retail chains in Ihe country. lit i,.ii honorary preaidenl "f the Greater Miami Jewish Federa,i fellow at Brandeis University and a trustei ol III Sinai Hospital Friedland recentlj received the With anniversary medal of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, has served ai chairman I 'oinmi.saioncr Std n< -, AronoviU Use Frank <" %  (lillinjrtiam. Thendore H Kipni.s. Irving Kipnis. Kd mond tnajn A Norman Drucker, Max Kaaaiel, Leonard Trelal r, MrFannie Price Whittle Karl Bishopm *W Tim fiber hfeivin B Wemkle. Nnl Bchiff, Jesse Cassel Mra Selma Rabmowitr, Dr. Rudolph F Drosd .!.,> \n..i Fred R Lowe lameli Per uaon Leo Mindlin. executive editor of The Jewish Floridian. will conduct a course in Contemporary Literature rn Thursdays. 7 to 9:45 p.m.. at the Palmetto Center of MiamiDade Junior College beginning Jan. 13. Mindlin. a member oi the English faculty at the University of Miami from 1947 through 1951. will feature major authors in America and Europe horn the 1920's through today in the course, which carries three credits and is open to both full-time and part-time students. The course is part of a Community Resources Series at Miami-Dade Junior College, also featuring such distinguished lecturers as Actress Julie Haydon. Marjorie Stoneman Douglas, Dr. Ralph Long, and Michelle Levin, concert pianist. SAmutl HUfDlAND '66 CJA Division Names Trio Here Three South Floridians prom inent in Combined Jewish Appeal activities have been named to euide the Communal Services Divi sion of the 1968 CJA drive ol the Greater Miami Jewish Federation Edward Cohen, executive dtree tor of Temple Israel was appoint ed chairman of the division Sat ml Farber, assistant director and comptroller of Ml Sinai Hospital and Louil Schwait/man. executive director of the Bureau uf Jewish Education, were named co-chair men The Communal Services Division of the CJA is one of the largest in the campaign and includes those in the social welfare and educational fields. The group is one of several divisions organised to meet a 1966 CJA goal of more than $1.5 million, making it second in size only to the United Fund. More than SO agencies locally, nationally and overseas benefit. Cohen is a past chairman of the Social and Health Services Di\i sion and is a member of the board of directors of the National AaaOciation of Temple Administrators and the American Jewish Commit tee He served on the Armed Serv ices Committee of the Jewish Wei fare Board Schwartzman. originally from Baltimore Mil was director of the Atlanta Bureau of Jewish Edu cation lief ore coming here He is UM Professor Gets Top Award Dr D: Kalph Millard Jr., clinu .,1 associate professor of surgery at the University of Miami School of Medicine, has won a distinguished international award for his work in plastusurgery The Foundation of the American Soviet) of piastir and Recosotrulive Surgercy presented Dr Mil lard with first pr^e in the Senior I> vision of the International Schlastic Contest f or 1965 awarded on Ihe basis of his clinical work and research in the reconatntctioa of the total note In the last 15 years. only Rvt surgeons have won the Senior Dm sion top prizes, and of these five, a graduate of Baltimore Hebrew College. Baltimore < it> College onl v two have been Americana. and received his Bachelor of IJW — degree from the Universit) oi Reiccrri OMI^IMI Maryland He la I inml., ,| Mi. %  *****•* WTTICICll National Association of Jewish A* Roth IBMMI#J. nter Workers and the National %  • %  %  %  VWVICI Minyon Buys Third Torah Minyon of the strath Haven Hotel, in conjunction m'h its 1 beera Tillum. this sreek an nounced the acquisition of a thin) Sefer Torch. Nathan Ginaburg. of the hotel, said that the three Torah BcroHa were all acquired within the past two years They are complete with Silver ador n me n ts and nine com uf books pertainini the Jewiah cade of laws. In honor of the newly-purchased Torah, a banquet was held at the Strath Haven last week. Guest speakers included Rabbi Isaac Sterling in a discussion of Torah. At a meeting this we< k the Minyon moved '" foster three scholar • 1 one al the Mesivta ol Miami Beach. Ginsbur] 1preaidenl of the Minyon other officers include Hj in.m Braucer, first gabbai; Morria Newman, second gabbai, and treasurer; and Morria Utwin, secretary Mannheimer, Local Attorney, Dead at Age 46 r Milton R M died I %  s in Ni th inter Ml • Ml V.,ntili' Miami •in A : ..-t pii-'il. %  • *. • i. the > ITU -. w a^ ., mi %  f Mn M an Beat h. D I FI la taWM i.iliohs He is survived bj. his wife, s> hil. a son Henry, two daughl Ann and Toby his fathl r Isaac, and two listen Clara Glaaser and Fthi I Cohen liar DANIHS Billy Daniels Set at Dore's The -in Black V Billy Daniels mo< tilted SpOtlfal hi | rant and Lounge kng to head th Daniels \. i|... ti rpretationi ha • 11 rformer in • %  Don s (Oi i N %  FiI) iels with ai d I will pan %  i He au.se .>• t -. %  .. ill presenl %  in, • fea'an i nt %  tl e ,\ s. SHIER I \ \ 11 • a,. .1 i • i \ i Mi MrIII i %  1 ll | .... Miami. KINSLER Council of Jewish Education Farber, a former assistant comptroller at Beth Israel Hospital in New York, attended Brooklyn l d lags and New N ork i nil ei -,n Prior to Tnlng hare In 1MB he a senior auditor for the firm which handled 27 hospitals in t,.., states Farber has been preaidenl of the Hospital Accounting Societ) for the past four rears and is a charter member of the Honda chapter of the American Aears SRO m lam l bj Dr Chain Wei/mann !M A N'l'l %  • Ik Hi 14 I .... i-. %  %  ,|l •! |1 | I .... Iwo • I V I.. I, .1. I %  'ISSUN I Btaa It.i LEVIN. |fj c. •••. '%  %  N. .-. \ I: lii %  VICTOR, Ml \l NI II %  I laim* FORM AN Harrj i .. ,.< % %  .. Avi in ; %  .. v LUBARSKV. | ,.„„ %  m ABOLAF A ''•'' -• -• %  AaT.^.V N ^ ,,,v V "'.%  • <:ro, LOEW v reooERMAN I '• Itlvi rxt.1. AUERBACH, I u s. Mli >: IUv*nrt4i ROBINSON. %|i EFFINOER. Meet* v OOTTLiaa GOTTL EB. FRIEDLANOER I \, BARAT; V v. rr LOB AI,M \. i • : ROSEN. VVll ...ii v TRAVERS S VSEiSS .1 ; nc>tP( L. >• %  % %  ••. 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, -. r ber 31, 1965 kni\l' rtfriaTii-tgj LEGAL NOTICE Page 15 B THE CIRCUIT COURT OF ,Ht I VENTH j'.O'CIAL C'RCUiT OF (FLORIDA AND FOR DADt COUN'V iN CHANCERY No 65C 11669 UAHIN '1/ vr.iTii I-V.-III.I: ilainttl I'll LI HI II riHHBR, ...i. ii i SUIT FOR DIVORCE lOBRf'H v ,i'.i:is i FISHER New M %  • %  I urnltui • i I I 4 %  i I ."'il< \ .ml. INirti n.i. In .rule |,.i joHUt'M M.i:i:i!T FIKHKH II ha t i I'll ol HI i... i ttwn %  < % %  •• Iiif JTIHJ. and I required !• Iv a COl Au-w i in I'lead •,. -hf l'-" 1 4 M Cemplalnl i>n th. ri.fT %  A >. MILTON .\ Ii i'M\N %  v • %  I llrtlna \s K V. %  > % %  • nea, Miami, i'• I • I ;• \ 1. -U | %  • i i -.i' 'fi i %  hi i '!• rl .... .,. ,„,, | %  %  • I || i aa, ju.u. n( lv default i aeainat >..ii fur I hi flirt di • <4| III the ';.l ,.f l '..", ; mxi i,. %  ...'.. h w-i*k I COBJM i'\ .• M i. IK JEW Fl.OKII'IAN MI >NB AM' i lsl>EREH .%  M lil v "( I •". %  .III.UKRMAN 'IIait <" %  r .1 H> K M I.V \l \\ ,, • '1. k ON .\ %  M \N f LJnali i I I • JL DO! S COURT %  kND DAOI -v. FLO" OBATE E % %  -ORS n /J8& BY HENRY LEONARD ENTRANCE LEGAL NOTICE "Now I see what Chaim meant when he said he worked for the Jewish Underground." Coir 1965 D>enu Preduitioiu IN THF CIRCU.T COURT OF THE LLtVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No 45C13239 i Judge Gordon) IX Ft I K \ IMl.KEN NADER NOTICE FOR CHANGE OF NAME To Whom It May Concern: K A TIM, KEN It.M'EIS. a fel ''i %  hi r 'Mi-tin i Bni lid, whoee r. !"|8 \lln-a 'In le, ( ..i >l (i Mi r lot Ida, IIHK t I. .I hei i %  :. • i mici ..: Xnm< ind nl prwaenl %  JII t.. the II 'aide .1 FRITZ ISoRlMi.X i 'it i idee, '.n in%  ii.,in!., i on the lantu %  %  L.JJ :'••". 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Paga 16-B V— .' f I %  rFnday. Dec, Extend Best Wishes For A Happy New Year FOOD FAIR To Their Valued Customers And To The Entire Jewish Community


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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
December 31, 1965

Subjects

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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Jewish Floridian/the Floridian newspaper

Full Text
"Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
im 38 Number 53
Miami. Flonda. Friday, December 31. 1965
Two Sect nee lOt
Vest German Chancellor Ludwig Erhard 'right?
i-ufhrms his country's continuing moral obli-
ntions to the Jewish pecj le during a Wash-
ton meeting with Dr. William A. Wexler.
sident of B'nai B'rith (center1 and other
ad B'rith leaders. The delegation protested
he recent cutback in the Gormen indemnifi-
cation progiam and reluctance of Bonn to be-
gin meaningful talks w-.th Israel on an eco-
nomic cgreement. Le't are Maurice Weinstem.
chairman of the B'nai B'rith International
Council, and Rabbi Jov Kcufman. executive
vice president of B'nci B'rith.
Krhard in I .S. Says He's Hoping
To Solve Pending Israel Problems

LACK TO ARABS
\Hourguiba
Restates His
Peace Plan
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Lasting solution, the
of peace between the
n tlic arva I advfl
WASHINGTON .11A West
German Chancellor Ludwis, Ei
h inJ toM the National Press Clot
h ii tin- week he hoped the 'mod-
-t and insiwiuiieanl questions
n mainJn between West (Germany
and Israel would be settled. Me
also -aid he took personal satis
faction in hi< role in establishing
diplomatic relation* with Israel.
The Chancellor spoke in re
spotUM to a question that recalled
Hi special Herman position to-
ward the Jewish people and Israel
he voiced during the establishment
of diptomatit relations with Israt
Vatican Publishes
World War II Papers
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at the Vatican *f< t the initial
perforr-ances of a piay, "The
Deputy" by West German play-
wright Rolf Hochhuf, which
caused widespread controvery
throughout Europe and in the
United States. The theme of the
play was that Pope Pius XII
Continued on Page 1S-A
EYE $3 MILLION MARK BY NEW YEARS
Bond Sales Reach $2,775,000
nci was expressed this
cell .t the 1965 Greater Miami
pal 11 j:i.i*k..000 in Israel Bond
b reached by the end
i in an announcement
" I 1 eon Krunish. Greater
Id Bond chairman He
[cvesii Dial $2,775,000 worth of
**"wi. had already been sold as
"* eai t-ritered iU closing days.
Rabbi Kroniah made the an-
nouncement Sunday nic.ht at the
annual Ambassadors Hall at the
Kontainebleau Motel, where nearly
1.000 guaata, including Israeli dip-
lomats, emissaries of 32 nations
and slate and city officials. gather-
ed in a gala display of mutual
good mill
Israeli Invey Mic heel
Russia Makes
Concessions
On Religion
NEW YORK 1.ITA1 The
Ann; lean Jewish Conference on
So\iet Jewry, which is composed
oi 24 national Jewish organiia
tions, issued tills week an interim
report" on the situation of the
Jews in the Soviet t num. declar-
ing that "token concessions, pro
mises and some real chan i
havi been made by the Soviet
orities with regard to Jewish
on and culture but they con-
stil ite "no fundamental impr >
it in the situation of Jewish
In the l SSB "
The report said that
vi nts m the Soviet Union have
.-ei! guarded hopes thai the
mi\ iel nment is changing its
toward the Jews and that
the situation ol Soviet Jewrj is
undergou g fundamental impi
menl "But closer analysis ei
that the So\ let aim is still th
similation of Russian Je r>.
which continues to )>< den
cultural, religious, educations -id
communal institutions and :
- whereby it might perpet ite
distinctiveness, thi i
tsed
I> tailing and nalj ting
"(oncessioi compromisi s
changes" that have been intro-
duced into Soviet Jewish life the
It poll noted
1. Halting of the campaign y4
prosecution of Jews fcr alleged
economic crimes, whicb had re-
sulted in frequent ser.'ences yf
death, and been accompanied -i
vituperative anti Semit.c arti: *s
Continued on Pact *-A
IN WAKE OF DISASTER
He was asked to ti U bow this
c al position had bei n refli
in the development ol West tier
man Israel; relations
Mr. Erhard stated that one
could say that relations
between West Germany and Is-
rael have been consolidated and
the problem of Israel settled on
an interCovernmental level. He
stressed he had undertaken
"great efforts" to establish dip-
lomatic relations and was
"happy" to have been able to
Continued on Page 10-A
Gutted Je wish *} ;
Gets Help Offers
NEW Voi;k JTA "it. n
ol help from Jews and non-Jewa
from all parts of the country an
pouring into the offices of the
Y< nkeis Jewish Community ten
ter where a fire snuffed out the
lives of nine children and three
instructors last Monday ni^ht. the
National Jewish Welfare Board re
poi ted this week
Sanford Solender, executive
nl of the JM B said
in Yonkers the Young W
i : > i 'in is) \ iation had pi o
spac lo the lew ish Cent
office, and
Youn
had offered its facilities for Ji -h
Center pro mam nun.:: Synagoi
churches women's organize)
fraternal ordl i s in Yon n
i offered help, and the i t!
Junior Chamber of Commerce in-
noonii! n was eagi r to cond
community ide, fund r a
drive to resti n thi Ji -h
Cent* r building, he said.
At the same time, the JWB
distributed to its 80C *ffilia*d
Centers and YM-YWHA s a <.>*
cial list of safety ov. res a. a
Continued on Past A
Israel Warns of Strong
Egyptian Missile Threat
Arnon. joined by television star
Lome Greene and Shimen Yal-
lon. Consul General of Israel,
took part in the presentation of
the Eleanor Roosevelt-Israel
Humanities Award to Dr. Henry
King Stanford, president ef the
University of Miami.
Dr Stanford was cited for "his
Continued on Page 2-A
i. v.viv Ji \ i ypt
i has at least lo sui face to air
-ile launchings bases similar
lo those sel up i>> the Soviet Union
Viet Nam This was disclosed
'' over the weekend by Israel's
Chief ol Staff, Maj Gen Yitzhak
Rabin, who warned that Egypt
was now also expected to be re-
ceiving newer and better aircraft,
new T 58 tanks and modern naval
equipment Addressing a luncheon
meeting of the Engineers Club
h re. (Jen Rabin said that Arab
bostilit) toward Israel remains
unabated, and Israel's basic sec-
urity problems remain unchanged.
Referring to Israel's efforts to
meet the challenges of the im-
proved Egyptian armaments, the
general said that, while he could
not disclose publicly how Israel
hopes to achieve superiority, "all
I can say is that many vast ef-
forts art being mad* We -e
not content witn leaving the
balance as it is, but we intend
to improve it further le our ad-
vantage."
The problems Involved, Gen.
Kaliin declared, arc no longer
political but fiscal. "If 1 had to
single out outstanding issues of re-
cent past and the predictable fu-
ture he said, "I would pick four
subjects The first involves the
water struggle in which Israel ap-
pears to have retained the upper
hand; the second concerns develop-
ments in inter Arab relations,
showing the clearcut decline of
Na.-ser's influence, the third issue
involves the renewed and intensi-
fied armament drive of the Arab
countries, and the fourth is the
new wave of Palestinian national-
ism the outcome of frustrated
hopes and disappointnunts."


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At Ambassador's Ball sponsored by the Great-
er Miami Israel Bond Organization on Sunday,
which attracted lome 1.000 guasts, an lleh
to right) Dr. Henry King Stanford, president oi
the University oi Miami, who received a spe-
cial citation; Mrs. Sam Blank; Michael Arnon.
Consul General oi Israel in New York; Mr. and
Mrs. Leonard Rosen, past chairman of the
Greater Miami Israel Bond Committee; Mrs.
Stanford, and Sam Blank, chairman of patrons.
Not shown is Rabbi Leon Kronish, present
chairman of the local bond organization, who
predicted the sale of S3 million in Israel Bonds
by the end of the year.
Israel Bond Sales Hit $2,775,000 Mark;
Eye $3 Million by End of the Year Here
Continued from Paea M
M-holarship. dedication and deep
tease Of humanity which have ren-
dered him worthy of the cherished
tradition of Eleanor Rooaevell and
t .! appreciative recognition of the
people of Israel
Iir King has been a foremost
ii for the close friendship
i. een the United states and Is
for man) years.
. fhu of the Ambas-
B or's Ball included the pre*
oi IT young ladies conn
to tlie lor and his
NEW YEAR'S
GREETINGS
With Sincere
Best Wishes
To All
MICHAEL
SOSSIN.LLD.
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Retirement
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entourage, in a ceremony conduct-
ed by Mrs Anna Brenner Meyers,
grand hostess el the Ball and
chairman of the Greater Miami
Israel Bond Women's Division
Presented also were leading mem-
bers of the community who were
Cantor Klein
Due at Concert
Can." Edward Klein ol Temple
\ci iamid w ill in- one "i the b
lured !>" ers al the seventh
annual coneetl I tin I emplfl M
Saturdaj evenlna Jan H
H> Posni i chairman of the Nei
Timid concert committee &aid
that (antor Klein has appeared on
many radio and television pro
i locally.
lie is an outstanding Inter
prater at rtturgtcal music, and i-
well known throughout the South
for his cantonal art POSMI da>
clared
Cantor Klein is exiicted t.> i U
eat a varied program of liturgical
and |M>pular music al the Jan 8
concert
rccoimized for their service to the
cause of Israel.
Chairman of patron* for the
Ambassador's Ball was commun-
ity loader Sam Blank.
Other program participants in-
cluded Dr. Irving U-hrman. spi
ritual leader of Temple Emanu El.
I.eonard Rosen, immediate past
ihairman of the Greater Miami Is-
rael Bond Organixation, Sidney D
Ansin. Jonas .' Biiitman and Ja-
cob Itifkin
I YOUR BLESSINGS ALONE
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Israel Ambassador to U.S. Harman Will
Be Guest Speaker at Academy Dinner
ROStN AT HUM; tDUCATIONAl AIMS PAGE A
WOMtNS COMMITTtt INDIAVO* PACl IB
Interval in tin- 18th annual
olaranip ciinniT of the Greater
Hi i a Academy mounted
-.niily Hi., week following >ii-
< Insure that Avraham Harman. K-
rael Ambeaaador to the United
State*, will he principal raetkSr at
Jan. 9 function at the De*U
in which Ambassador Harman is
hald by the Florida Jewish com-
munity."
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A rnmhmrd meeting of the Aca-
demy board of directors and of rtivirsarv of the State of Israel, a-
RabM Alexander S CSrOSS, prin
( ipal uf tlie Miami Beach Hebrew
da) school since its Inception,
noted thai the presence ol Ambas-
sador Harman "has great signifi-
cance, as 1H6 marks the 18th an
the dinner committee will he h 0:90 a.m. Sunday, at the Aca-
, my to complete plans for the
well as of the Hebrew Academy,
and never before has the term
'chai' life* had more stgnift-
ban iring Mr and Mrs ( .||u.,, ,han jn tlu. p;ira||,.! growths
Harry (ienrt founders of the He!) ,)f ,). .|<-ni-h nation and of our
PW AcaUn y.
President Louis Merwitier
and general dinner chairman,
Leonard Rosen, announced Wed-
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persons attending the 18th an
nual fete "is now in sight be-
cause of the tremendous esteem
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a few of the more than r50- men and women Carl Brandes, Adolf Blank", Joseph Shapiro,
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BOO pel sons is a< hl*s. ed
Ambassador Harman Is one of
I is nation's foremost diplomats
and I forceful and inspiring -peak
The 51 year-old chief envoy of
Israel to America has been in
his present post since June, 1959,
when he replaced Deputy Pre-
mier Abba Eban. Ambassador
Harman moved up from an as-
sortment at a member of the
Executive of the Jewish Agency
from 1956 until 1959.
He previously served as asslsl
ant director general of the HJn-
istry for Foreign Affairs in Jew
salem and has I'layed a leading
role in Israel's political life since
the establishment of the State in
Ma> 148
One of the leadine member* of
Isra.-i'- diplomatic turps Harman
has served his country in various
top level capacities since her estab
lishmetit In IJM6. he \ra- appoint
l deputy director of the Israel
Government press Office A year
later, he was designated Israel's
iit -st consul general in Montreal.
Quebec
Herman was transferred to
the United States in October.
1950, as director of the Israel Of-
fice of Information and. con-
currently, as counselor to the
Delegation of Israel to the
United Nations. In 1953, he was
appointed consul general of Is-
rael in New York, and served in
this capacity until 1955, when he
returned to Israel to assume the
post of assistant director general
of Israel's Foreign Ministry.
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1965 dai i' "n Monda) In charge
of the evening srere Scotl Davis,
Fla it) Price and Kancj. Goldberg.
AMBASSADOR HARMAN
For almost eight years before
the establishment of the State of
Israel. Harman was in charge of
the English Section of the Informa-
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Volume 38 Number 53
Friday. December 31. 1965
8 Teveth 5726
Changing Erhard:
A Changing Germany
Ludwig Erhard s visit to the
Uru'.ed States has been enough to
conl-rm a major suspicion. He may
have been the architect of West Ger-
many's economic resurgence after
World War II. But as a diplomat, he
is pretty much a second rater.
The imbroglio over restitution
payments to victims of Nazi tyranny
wes a singular case in point, which
despite official government "explan-
ations" flew n the face of the Chan-
cel.c:'s campaign promises.
To boot, he made a series of
vows to American Jewish leaders
that no seasoned head of state would
eve: consider not alone because
they can never be implemented, but
also because they have too much of
the ring of the Boy Scout about them
This is particularly sr> in the
mctter of relations between Bonn
anc West Germany. Speak to any
otfccial or even unofficial observer
ot the scene today, and one is likely
to come awcy with the impression
that profound changes are taking
place in Europe's most powerful country. The
attitude toward Israel, and toward Jews gen-
y, an ongoing responsibility that has long
weighed heavily on German shoulders, seems
to be stiffening considerably
Perhaps this was to be expected. But com-
ing on the heels as it does of formahzation of
relations between the two peoples only last
Apr.l and the change seems bizarre.
Undoubtedly the new posture is as a con-
sequence of the startlingly unilateral confidence
our own government seems to be showing
Bonn especially where atomic weapons are
concerned. Both the spirit and the historic
perspective shared by the United States and
the Soviet Union on this question from the ear-
liest days of 'heir World War II ties has in this
regard been severely violated.
Whatever the United States expects horn
suc.n behavicr is possibly another subject. Nev-
ertheless, it relates to the growing recalcitrance
between Bonn and Israel, among other things,
which sugaests a kind of independence of spir-
it without regard to others and which, we pre-
dict, will increasingly be felt in a variety ol
West German diplomatic dealings.
Chancellor Erhard's second-rate quality
emerged during his visit here, not because he
is do.ng one thing at home and saying another
in Washington this is par for the course
but because of the manner :n which it is all
being carried of.
Even the sincerity of ring is absent, which
should cause anxiety to rise further still as one
observes the image of Germany's future today.
A Startling Achievement
The sale of $2,775,000 in State of Israel
Bonds in the Greater Miami community con-
stitutes something of a record. Predictions that
the S3 million mark will be reached by New
Year's eve makes the achievement even more
startling.
The announcement during the Ambas-
sador's Ball last Sunday night gives cause for
South Flondians to take a measure of pride in
the accomplishment.
The Israel Bond campaign is a major in-
strument of fund-raising for the Jewish State.
The campcuan offers Israel the means of capital
investment for the economic and industrial de-
velopment of the young nation.
Since the establishment of the drive back
in 1951. the Israel Bond campaign has provided
Israel the wherewithal to achieve an impresw-
lve growth borderincj on a miracle
Israel has come iaj along the road to eco-
nomic independence, a goal that looms nearer
with each passing year. The job. however is
not yet done As Israel's population expands
as a consequence of substantial levels of im-
migration, a= well as natural increase devel-
opment must also increase.
If Israel is to be in a position to sustain an
expected population of three million in 1970.
the vast Negev desert must be irrigated and
settled, while the Central Galilee must be cul-
tivated
The announcement of Greater Miami's
achievement Sunday night helps the attain-
ment of all these necessary ends.
Hebrew Academy Dinner
The 18th anniversary dinner of the Hebrew
Academy on Jan. 9 will alsn celebrate the 18th
anniversary of the State of Israel.
Officials of the Academy see in this "chca
tlitsx tie a" distinct relationship to the aims o:
the Hebrew day school's aims: the integr>:
ol an American-oriented program ot acaden
study together with an uncompromised curric-
ulum in Hebrew language and Judaic stud.
the purpose of giving students a total view ot
the woiid in which they live a view placed
against a backdrop ot historic Jewish pers:
tive.
The Hebrew Academy has been doing
since its establishment on Miami Beach eight
teen years ago. Supporters of the school are
nurturing a vision of a total curriculum fc-
siudents. where young people learn what it
is to be a Jew in historic and religious terms
while at the same time growing into the An
can way of life.
The Jan. 9 dinner will be highlighted by lb*
appearance of Israel Ambassador to the United
States Avram Herman. The distinguished en-
voy's presence should symbolize the highest
intentions of the Hebrew Academy.
Wisp in the Wind
The Russian gesture designed to soften its
attitude toward the 3.000,000 Jews living behin I
the Iron Curtain is a bare beginning.
In fact, what is observed as a gesture
seems more like a testing of the atmosphere.
One can not deny that the pressures ap-
plied upon the Soviet Union at the United Na-
tions and as a consequence of American Jew-
ish organizational emphasis on Moscow's in-
equitable treatment of its Jewish population are
in some measure responsible for the wisp in
the wind.
But it only that
the week
... as i sec it
by LEO MINDMN
UUE MUST he grateful
" little things, no U-ss \
ilnriiw the neek for biK oner "****for e
umn in the Miami Newt >-
Dec 21. Mr Roberts offi ,
up this dictum "If th.'
want a Star of David dis|
on the courthouse at n
propriate time, let them have
it This is a little thin-
number of reasons In the r.-
place uhy should any decent, self respecting Jew want a v
David on the courthouse" which is to say that the time -..
never be appropriate for such a display In the second place. M
erts' gift is a gratuitous one. he is in no position to offer it Hence
he is in fact giving what is beyond his power to deliver
For above and beyond his hyperthyroid reaction to the it-
last week by Rev. John Papandrew to coax the Metro Com-
into abandoning the exovs on the Dade County Courthouse, tn
not lose sight of an irai>ortant fact That the News columnist ..
to perpetuate one illegal act by compounding it with another tl
hr constitutional amendment
There is. of course, the overwhelming impulse toward h.
Afar and outright hostility when- religious symbols ari.
People seem less prone to hciome anywhere near as anxinu-
;o-i itself, is at lame Bui the lymbole, somehow appeal
a major impediment lo reason and order And even these
sadly fail to find their roots in tiuly religious impulse but
in a fraudulent kind of anti (ommui.ism BO man> of us in the- I
wear as a mask lor patriotism ami Ann-i icamsm
IHCOUkMGING THt KflWC AHD Trff SPMOTI/Al
IACK ROBERTS' REAC I ioN to Ban Papandrew ehalll
** case In point So an- the reactions of all the bifOta
monen who ma> well have beet iged bj the eo
w of the nd'i purpose basic tmerican nghi
..I much is Increasingly hen I bj emotion rathei tl
Meet and the law
Forget Metro V. I ick Hall at the commission m<
Doc Z2, where Bet Papandrew presented his argumei I
>t the First Amendment to the Constitution ol th. i
!' .. rt hia observation thai then- ai nothing wrong in
louse that then -,'..!! crossei on all I
f the the moment, Mayor Hall apparent lj l
ber out ot which side of his ubiquitous yarmulki
i >rgel thai except for Commiaaioner Karl Stamei
ruemhei "i the Metro Commission, Including several Jewish
who failed to tal!> the CO .. to do H stood up at least
.. I) to recognize the propriet) of Kcv Papandrew i posit
'ant was the nois) hunch at the hark of th
room, who met Bet Papandrew alter the ruling las,!
l) attorne) equal!) illogical ruling Composed la
p known as the Dade Count) Improvement \
lantzatlon reminiscent ol the no*, defunct Dade
Owners Association once led b) the late David Hawthorn*
simiiarlv Pitheconthropui Bractua motlvattoo, the) ia.: i
|">ur forth their venom in pure haded and nan I
Papandrew left the meeting, he had been dubbed everyth
ethical atid Communist to homosexual To emphaaizi the po -
a.nised him to go hack where he came from some ..t us ..
tuularly familiar with this hit of fnrndlv ad\
rotwDo "M coNsmi/riOM niu so ahi ad
BERHAPS MEMBERS OF the hade Count) impi
non or th.-ir ilk who wbaaquentl) ami threatenini
eph :. calls t the Reverend, might havi
'^s col which wa ntl) entitl
In this delightful presentation the New colun"
Hut tin- fact that Papandrew is a minister will undoubti
ttmmifsioii Union t h,- commissionen have a lit)
I background', the) ma) think the) re dealing with
st is the God
'.. sure in true Vigilante fashion that
ihould occur Mi Boberta then quoted Bei Papandn
tUtion makes it dear that chunh and state are to in-
Havii public propart) vktlataa the constitution
fensa of what is logaj apporentl) hoi< \tr
lo ma ti into that ttreeorne new eaaaa ( shovu
erne Court decJsioni No matter that the vast
approve lust thova them around because
an win
No one should argue against tins kmd of minor Inaut
ij as he Rirmlses, Impoaaible to win for m these term* def> Mi
' ""! jrou def) the Divine \t all, the n
. h Mr Boberl ihvioual) la parl :"i ha baa declared h
-.-.1 in hia Dec Jl column a> its spokesman is alw.
ibovod around it about time, bii
hat we put an end to the entire \mencan princil
:anist th*- potential tvtanin ol the B
with tyranny, and fool steam ah. ad
tATOt HAll THt UniHAll VICTOK?
IT IS AT just aboul this point that the News columnist make-
foi his finest hour, with the offer to Jews (who may want
display a Star of David on the couithou.se And. in the BSVl ll
he ledares "W don't need the Civil i.iin-rties Union knockii
all religious rymbola.*1
Such a juxtaposition is rather unfortunate It somehow hi
an equation of Jews u,th the Civil laln-rties I nion line needs r
bei to be rerninded of the kind of mentality I'lthecanthi
Crectua again that makes this kind of quasi political deduct..>
ati illogical premise and an outrageous conclusion
Nevertheless there is coiisistencv in it For example. Rev Pi
ariain and again let it be known that he had appeared b>
the Metro Commission in his capacity as chairman of the Florida Oil
1 ion Never mind he hss since been mercilcssh
1 fan hi. capacity as minister of th.- First Unitarian ( huich
ami What better ranaoti In Mi Boberta to nigseat its all a Jewish
No wonder the Dade County lmpnn.inent Association w:
ill force With such staunch a.iv oeat-s for American demo
Metro Mayor Chuck Halls mm sided suggestion BUT) vet M
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Bourguiba Restates Plan
Continue** from Page 1-A
it return to the United Nations le-
gality, respect lor L'N decisions
There is t portion of Israeli
territory which mutt be return-
rd to hSo Arabs. I know that Is-
rael would no* accept this eas-
ily, but it was still worth sug-
gesting," he declared. Ashed
whether he thought it would be
possible in the future to negoti-
ate with the Israelis without pre-
conditions, he said: "I would
rather not fight with people who
ere obstinate. My proposals had
been made to ensure at least a
minimum of peaceful co-exist-
ence between existing elements.
The policy of hatred and bitter-
ness has achieved nothing in 17
years."
Mr. Kban. in answer to question
to the Bourguiba proposals, said:
"Nothing could be more uncon-
genial to the success of the Bour-
guiba initiative than expressions of
public embrace from Israel Our
reply was that we were prepared
to negotiate with any Arab states
on any question What we cannot
accept is that we must make prime
concessions in order to win their
arrival at the conference table."
Regarding the Arab refugee
question, Mr. Eban stated: "The
moral consideration must :.-:ipel
u.- only to adopt those solutions
which make for the peace o: '.he
Middle East and tht welfare o: the
refugees, and forbids us to com-
pound the sufferings of the >ait
by creating new tendons for 'iie
future. I don't believe that any
statement by Israel about her will-
ingness to take back a fraction ol
the refugees would advance >?tce
by a single step.'

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Friday. December 31, 1965
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NEW HORIZONS OPEN IN THE FLORIDA SENATE
Snyder Eyes N. Miami Beach Growth
me time, Arthur I Snyder
. .K-; Mf i ad tern U may* r
rth Miami Beat h
Mayer Snyder, elected in I
.i- redected In April i i
year
While t pharmac-
ist I i at beck i" a nool," Mayor
S ij li r n i ailed this week "Mj
and I Had two (hildren bj
and l was working the nighl
I "
There an' manj Beachites to-
< \ who >till recall the handsome
nun uh<> operated the
itone BwpjUan lit Miami
Academic Honors
Sn; r is senior
i tner in the '
and Stern
\ in-
i les five < hild
ind the i

les
lie was
South Floi ida to I
i
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.i>n to his law di
m the L'niversitj ami.
'irst in class in
;. Snydei as a
r ol Scii no
armac) from Columbia l'ni-
versitj u hire In Bted
i rst in I
N'orth Miami Beach has had
unbelievable rate of expan-
Ma) or Sr j der said "VI
were a town of 1.500 in 1992 We
. -i aim >. 90.000 todaj Besides,
i an totm 20,000 in uninc
porated areas around us pock-
ets of people who think an.I feel
the) re North Miami Beachites
ems? Well." h.- explain-
< i i asil) v t su/fi r the prob-
of any city
rth We must render services
i dents w ho don't pa)
.. loi lima ..::. r
You
it takes
nthi : the rit)
'.'X rev< nue from the
< ti pen in firsl es into
: he las tends to
Frrsf in Integration
Mayor Snyder ii proud of his
record in ra
We havi i verj la
r-.AVO* ARTHUR SHYDtX
soys whof'J on his mind

\- a tact, we had the
il s) -' m in
: of
city's set ices in< lu I
I .,11(1 cultui
'
il in
.iitli the onl)
i il) mpic legrati too Ind so art out
icnni- CO
.; this la a profaltm to
us Mayor Snydei cplau
Actually, we trj lo break up
th< ency of our N< reai
iiii:!'- to ii\' in one area And.
whei '.tration doe* occur
we den) rai anci applications to
prospective a| ai tmenl h o u .-
builders on the theon that if >ou
force Si e in pn\
ii in past
- th< > II bu) homes ai
.n then unership
Objective Politics
Dea< It s
rath i by
urvey, we 1
that our communit) is divided in-
to almost identical thirds at
ding to Protestant
and .1- wish idk ntifii ation
l tlunk he said l hop*
led
wi ve tried to ke< p v rth
Aged Home Buys Dade School Site
chase ol the Roo evelt I i
' site for 170 000
i the Dade County Board ol
I .' i l >truction has been an
' ed b) the Jewish Honu toi
I
! he l 28 acn site I \'K
*ve from 51st to 52i d Sti
While no specific use has been
set for the property. Judge Irv-
ing Cypen, JHA president, said
he Home is surveying the need
tor added residential facilities
and the site will be phased into
he JHA expansion plans.
IMA also known a1- I1"
las i borders lhe north side
RoOSeveH School .iti-
\f 92b i St ai I ini lades
i care and residential
quarters among its complete -27
me ladlities
Tht R i elt S< hool was placi d
in servica bj the Made I ounty
d of Public Instruction Dec
B, i!M4 declared surplus
:v 196 l Two i its structures
and various other improvement!
are an the propertj
iiuii-fiT of title to the propert)
wa- accoaspiiahed Od i.? accord
ing to Judj;o Cypen
Rabbi Landau on Radio
Rabbi Sol Landau, at the Eh th
I)a\ul l di regataan, was guest on
the WQAM Lee Vogel Open PI
loruni" on Wednesda) to discuss
Thr Jew and the Christian Holi-
Season
NOW OPEN
Towne House for
Con va lescen ts
899 N.W. 4th Street, Miami
Tel: 377-8914
SAMUEL GITLEN
Owner
SHIRLEY SCHACHTER, R.N.-B.S.
Nreaaer
TTi PuWi. hufscci
",i Home
tun apportionment
Meanwhile, his wife Helen,
and children, Michael 12 Richard
12, Kenneth l". Diane 0 and
,, ill ior him no mat-
ter what he does. In the tare o|
the now decision, however, many
l>otontial candidates fur the |..,-i
tion of Mayor of North \1 .
Beach arc already seeking Ma) i
Snyder's aupport.
Hold It," he's telling
these days The kodj Is not
cold Major Sn m
Pact Is, It never :'l ~
is too busy rigoreus
toward the t*-st latei
communit) be ier*/<
Pgsco Specks Before Zionists
Sam Pascoe was
.,; ,i luncheon meeting
-peak
of the
son
luh
i i ev nted
chaii
Ii
lewi-h Welfare Board
FORTE' TOWERS NORTH
MODELS NOW OPEN
1 mmi wi a*P
Miami Beach politics awaj from
personalities and religion, it
would seem that we've come as
close to non anti Semitic
tical societ) as you i an Rnd an) -
where He thought for a mom
,nt It wasn I alwa) thi
m North Miami Beach Too man)
member when it was
othei
v | this is a health) thing,
ents take their Miami Beach Zionist DistrM last Breech
.|t We h,w. um the Riti Ptaas Hot. Pascoe is eaectrtii
LTraest voter turnout of any com- Pascoe discussed UitiSemil dent of Miami Beach I
munit) here We hit 75 and w bun Hou Extensive is It" B'nal ft nth a ^radua'.
percent almoat consistently." Prof ^ndre Bialolenki, pro,:..... vcrsit? ol Michigan,
UayorSn) ied that Jew ehairman of Ihe-HIOA Luneheoi merfy as-H-iaiwt with ti
ish vot( rs havi I reason I d thai Mr Ahi.ih.un Wolf
for his (To h rms in office Some
Of Di) '! OSt vii its
Collateral Activities
Ills n lies
I
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For insl e. 1 n

...islied in the on
r bat tli
ith
:. i press pn si nl and to
thrash out the pr >bl< ms dividii
us You don't advocati secret
I come up a- hero
to the press
Bui ihi> is what I believe "
Mayor Snyder emphasized He
ed: "1 am pro Mi tro No oi
believes tins But I feel that with
out Metro wi would haw cfaao*
Ni verthelesa I m also for thr
ridual cities making up our
communit) The Metropolitan
eminent Charti r ca lor two
les.els of goternmi nl \- I
it n i in'., foi tin Count) Com
-ion to take the posrt
> on- i the panai ea
all ills
. in to hi- al m
Ma) ed
thru terms a- president of liith
on Mi
members with fondness startii
the drive that took I I ah
then know n .is Mont.
>! it-, small
building into its pn sent, inj i
ing struct
Right i iw Mayor ftaydi r is
i ourt ml
to decidi whether he will run
for tin Florida > i rui-
ing iil determine the valid
oi .i pian for Dade County's leu
'" !' Ii on the
basis of two from North i>atii
from South Dade and ni
countywide f- rom all n ports, the
court has alread) approved I
plan
New Horizons
As president of the Dade Lea
of Municipalities l feel
that the daily press will at
nsl me Also I am wi
known in the north of the (o
i. and not in the south if the D -
trie! Court rules against this p
.md decides that all candidates
must run countywide, then in
' with m> duties as mayor
- tins raos up As of nuu.
it seemi they've upheld the |

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*JeisWcrkto?r
. I ON AD ROSIN
1.1. binder
W(Hr/f CONIN
Leonard Rosen Helms Academy Dinner
Marking Institution's 18th Anniversary
Bl
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re than 150 members of sev-
top-level dinner committees
vorking with general chair-
Leonard Rosen, to assure a
d attendance and entertain
. nd informative program at
:8th annual scholarship din-
4 the Greater Miami Hebrew
my on Jan 9 at the Dcau-
Hetel
I -vim: Bl MWM ate chairmen
3. I Binder paat pretidenl
lonorarj presidenl of the Heb-
\cademjr Jack S Popick. vice
. ::t of the Amencan Friend*
ie Hebrew University and
^r ot the Israeli institution'!
df govei noi t; and Jacob Rif-
eader of the Israel Hi-tadrut
littee fbi Greater Miami
cseph Cohen, president of
fr> Bureau of Jewish Education,
t'c Jack A. Cantor, Florida
curmin for Yeshive Univer-
-,, re acting as co-chairmen
". Rosen.
national honorarj committee
it chaired bj Mayor Elliott
I wit and M'olfie Cohen All 1
mnntte. are coordinated by
em) president, Louis Merwit-
nd vice pn sidenl Sam Kein

ith wch an outstanding 'tip
Ml. AND MRS. CFNFT
lomat as Ambassador Avraham
Harman as our speaker, with the
llarr> Genets as guests of honor
and with the 18th anniversaries
of Israel and the Hebrew Academy
lebrated, it is significant
that such devoted servants of
Judaism and Israel have been en-
listed." Rosen said
Bui it i- equally to the members
the dinner committee and to
the Academy's board of direton
that we owe the continuing success
Of these annual scholarship din
Theirs ik truly a task of
love Rosen concluded
JOSEPH CONIN
AT A GLANCE
e More than 65 per COBl
of Hebrew Academy students
are on full Of partial scholar-
ships, financed largely by
the annual scholarship dm
ner
e Opening t a North Hade
branch in 1965 enrollment to
a record 431 students, from
kindergarten through the
12th grade
\ senu'i high school for
girls, begun last year, has
expanded to a full, three-
year curriculum
e students maintain a full
schedule of general educa-
tion, in addition to Hebrew
and Jewish studies, five days
a week from 8.20 a.m. until
3 :15 p m.
The Hebrew Academy is
accredited by the Florida
State Department of Educa-
tion.
e tirades through the
ninth are coeducational, with
60 per rent of the students
boys, 40 DOT cent girls
e Ten buaei and a station
wagon supply transportation
for students from throughout
Dade and Broward counties
e Graduates of the Heb-
rew Academy attend such
institutions as Hebrew and
Bar-llan I niversities in Is-
rael. MIT. Harvard. Yeshiva.
Columbia. California and
Florida
Rabbinical Assn.
Notes Celebration
The Rabbinical Association of
Greater Miami designated last S t
. Dei 15, as Hebrew Acade-
my Sabbath
The Hebrew Academy is an all
iia> school combining MCV if sta>
,hes with intensive reUgloui tta
Rabbi Jonah F tapian.
president declared.
its classes begin with nurearj
school through junior high school
.in.s were urged to devote a ser
il subject during the Sab
bath, Rabbi ('apian explained
JACK CANTO*
Rabbi Gross Believes Torah Education
Inalienable Right of Every Jewish Child'
-
rorah education is the in
able right of ,. rj I i
bild and it is the respon
. evei i ilixen oi the
di community to provide such
lucut
is is the basic belief ol Rabbi
ander S Gross the Hebrew
. principal for the past 14
- who has made it hi- life
to realise this goal.
-rom 1940 to 1945, he held
binic positions in Astoria.
. I., Oenwer. Colo., Washington
- ghts, N. Y.; and Paterson,
f J., before aeeeptirvj a post in
-5 with Torah Umesorah, n
onixation dedicated to the es-
lishment of day schools
-- oughout the United States.
served Torah Umaaurah as
educational director through
and than was called to I
irah, a Sefardic edu
up, to help in the
of religious schools
ih- parei ti iti Bed with the
educational facilities in his borne
town <>t Scranton, Ps had sent
him to Yeshivah Torah Vodaath in
kl) n N V al the age ol nine.
eived his elementary.
school education and rab-
trainii i irdained in 194 I
Rabbi (if also holds a H A Ie
i. Teai tier's i ni,.
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throughout the United States m
eluding the Hebrew A< adcm> in
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Fridcy. Lecwnber 31. 1965
+Jcnist tkrMiar
Page 9-A
Russia is Making Token Concessions
Co-.- ru*d from Pagt 1A
in th rsatroMwd Soviet pren
In i* I the n*lt in pro*cu-
tiom rwreni no hift in the
bjiic Scitt poi;< of attrition
of JwW orouo identity." tf
report -#io
2 l' : till he limited bak
|0| and of .: itzoh for Paai
over 15#-' hi M-soow. Leningrad
and a few ilhiT citiea This, the
i.|xirt : i.iv.e Ctill h ft most
of the Jesiita nUMt ouUide the
large i!" without Ihil staple of
the Paaeover obser. ancc Before
195? mat. '< was available in State
stores rartber than >nly in rjrugo
ftues. it ;* nted o'it
3. Kr. gemenl "f the -m .!<
Yiddish ; nodical published m the
Soviet Union, Sovietiah Heimland,
inclusion, a it of articles on Jewish
tustor) ; d JvwM literature,
increase ir- >; its puhh
ration (1 thl) to month
ly>. alv | Mi< n on ol several vol-
umes of "i ddis| 1 terature, indud
ing an in Yiddish for the fit st
time ahaci isw* ah thii is wel-
come I cure ttie
paunt> ^ 1 lone.s "f the pub
ticatior. knirtn The appearance
of a h..1 vul o: >olu cannot I*'
mist.iki i real publication
program the Conference report
comnii I
4. P'&-ni*e o tf rabbi of
Motcoo t main synagogue that
pub..cation of 10.000 prayar
books i" Habraw would b por-
miHoO that 15 to JO students
would be admitted to the Mos-
cow Yeshivah which has been
virtual' shut c*own since 1962,
and th< -natioh would be freely
available in Moscow for Pass-
over 196S. "These promises,"
the Conference stated, "were ac-
companied by a curiously sad
note. Silence has prevailed about
them in the Soviet Union, al-
though they were broadcast by
Radio Moscow on its overseas
transmission."
."> A gala performance In Mot
cow of the Shoatakovitch Thir-
teenth swnphony. including a eho-
ral rendering of the Yevtushenko
Babi Yar, was m contraaf to
two >eais ago. when both the lytn-
phony and the poem were vimlent-
l> denounced and withdrawn from
the Soviet repertoire. "This is
ten as suggesting the possibility

, MARCELLO
IMASTROIANNI
URSULA
I ANDRESS
r- : ^
ViCTiM
COLOR
Is Murderously
wbM Funny!
Q
t GEE!!
of a reversal of the Soviet policy
if silence about the Jewish vii
tuns of the Nail holocaust, .'ere
it not for the notable failure of
Soviet authorities to break this
silence even in the inscriptions on
monuments to Nazi victims." the
Conference report declared
6. The "public and authoritative
condemnation of anti-Semitism"
ii> no less a personage than I'reni-
in Kosygin and in no less official
a publication than Pravda, la eva-
luated as "the most significant do
velopment" of recent months Seen
in its context, however, the Con-
ference said that the Kosygin
statement "was not principled or
I aaed on morality but on tactical
and strategic grain || the
image it the Soviet Union abroad.
\. verthelesa, the condemnation is
to Ik' taken seriouslv the report
holds, as a signal that anti Se-
nt itism is not in favoi
The Conference concluded
that the "Soviet leadership is
sensitive and troubled. Moscow
is vulnerable; it is susceptible
to the pressure of world opinion
it does move in response to it."
In a statement accompany
the repot' the organisation* com-
prising the Conference renewed
then pledge not to rest from their
efforts to keep world opinion (b
Qtiaed on the situation of Soviet
Jewrj until it has been accorded
the ruin- and privileges available
to other national ethnic religion
groups in the Soviet Union."
Gutted Jewish 4Y'
Gets Assist Offers
THE BIG. BRIGHT
BRAND-NEW
ROOM ON
THE BCACH
Continued from Page l-A
step to help avert similar trag-
edies. The JWB memorandum
said that "a life-consuming fir*
has been virtually unknown in
Jewish Community Center his-
tory" and that the safety guides
list had been prepared to assure
that "never again will such a
tragedy occur."
He said JWB affiliated Centers
throughout the country had offered
to hold fund-raising drives and to
loan equipment and supplies to
ihe stricken Yonkcrs Center
As the probe into the cause of
l disaster continued, it was dis-
i loaed that many thousands of
, hiWren attending center cUsses
nd workshops in major cities in
Sew York state depend for their
lives in f""e emergencies almost,
. ntireh "n lnc lenness and calm
nesa of their teachers Alarm tys
in not required even in pul>-
lu schools in New York State.
George H Proper. Jr.. director of
the New York State Division of
Fire Safety, said it would be "high-
Is desirable" if community cen-
ters had regular fire drills
The flash fire trapped
of children taking music lessons
and lb ee instructors in a room
the fourth floor of the venter
Miami Social Club
Miami rTtendlj Social Club was
. no| | a gel together social on
ihursday, 7 p m ..' the Israelite
, enter. 3178 BW 25th St Max Gar-
shag i- l reaadenl ol the croup.
Most of the 100 children in the
building were led to safety.
Many children made their way
along ledges four stories above
the ground until they reached
firemen's ladders. The child vic-
tims included three sets of broth-
ers and sisters, aged 7 to 11.
Nine other persons were injured
in the blaze and four were hos-
pitalized. The children had been
seated in a room on the fourth
floor waiting for after-school music
lessons to start, when smoke began
to filter into the room. The victims
all apparently died from smoke
poisoning.
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:ge 10-A
*A*i Friday. December 31. 1965

Krharri Says He Hopes
To Solve Problems
Continued from Page I-A
ike appropriate steps at the de-
is've hour. The Chancellor ex-
. rested hope that remaining
i uestions which he termed
modest and insignificant" when
ompared with past problems
- ould also be solved on a mutual-
i agreeable basis.
Mr Erhard was i I why
n proliferation treat)
India.
fn m e\ I ;
_ nut l> ar i apons w a cd
scriminatory !> Bonn. He
swered that his countrj w .i> in-
ested in Uniting the number
potrer but thought set-
i the NATO nuclear arm
istion bad priority over tin- i^
i of th<' non-proliferation treaty.
thought hit poaMaan mi m Use
tb that 'i the United States Go*.
nment
Emanu-EI Torah
Luncheon Club
l'orab Luncheon Club ol Temple
ninu El wil hniil its first sea
m en Mondaj l- IS i> m .t
m.i .; : ne Hotel
Voe in its sixth year the Torah
cs)eon Club, led by Dr lr\ ing
hrman has become an eetab-
i lion of tlu' Temple
Members meal to stud) Jewish
erature aad participate in an in-
to utilizing texts and
I Btariea The dob i- held i>i-
eklj .. a) meml 11
pie
In a i the
American ( o incil i
\ Sen u>
!,.. lohi son i" dis
ith the i ba Vest Ger-
man Governmenl lion to de-
spei ... group of
\ ictin I N i i" i wire senl
by
i, ns, President
,,! in. -' in the ma
(I in or-
to avoid s hardship >>f
I .. |?r o ibis deeai
Ihs The commit-
:.a is vomposed I I athoUc, Pro
n atant noi set tai sit and Jt srish
reliei and resettlement agen
including the J lint Distribution
Committee and tlu- United Hias
senior
West German Ambassador
Henrich Knappstein cHtclosed he
had received a petition from the
Jewish Naii Victims Organiia-
tion of America, asking Chan-
cellor Erhard not to sign the new
Bundestag law curtailing pay-
ments to victims and that he
transmitted the petition to the
Chancellor.
The petition given to the Am
aassador i>> the group's preatdent.
Ifoses l Socachevsky, and its sec
re tar) Felix Lasky. said West <<'
many's obligation ;< honor o
mitments for indemnification ol
Jews **ho escapt i Iron I'wtam
l. 1B63
in of honor" and
should ix' fulfilled It expreased
Jewish concern lest the new n
I \ a tun-
.., tht \.i/. suffer further hardship
'.'*
1

Dr. Henry King Stanford, president of the Univeisity of Miami,
eceives hearty congratulations from Lome Greene, star of the
elevision show "Bonanza." at the Ambassador's Ball last
Sunday night at the Fontainbleau Hotel. (See Story. Page 1-A.)
-^ooking on is Israel Consul Shimon Yallon.
NEW YEAR'S GREETINGS
and sincerest best wishes
to all our friends
PATH and ELLIOTT
ROOSEVELT
William Bornstein (left' takes over from Leon I. Ell as preei-
dent of th* Jewish National Fund Council of Greater Miami.
Ceremonies were held Dec. 5 at the INK Me Ami Development
Dinner at the Fontainebleau Hotel. Others elected .not shown
are Dr. Irving Lehrman. chairman. INF Foundation; Joseph
Cohen, vice president; Jacob Fishman. vice president. Abra-
ham Grunhut. vice president: Sam Schachno. financial secre
tary; Mrs. Eva Blum, recording secretary; Benjamin Appel
treasurer; and Mrs. Miriam Press. Comptroller. Ell was elected
honorary president of the Council.
AJCong. Council Meeting Slated
Rabbi Leon Kronish, president.
South Florida Council, American
Jewish Congress, announces that
.i meeting of the Council will take
place [Tiursday. .'an 8, ;'t the
American Jewtati Congreas Office
in the l onajrt BMg Miami
Reports will (* glvt b) Be
are* s Mandler. chairman <>< the
mission on Law and Social K>
lion on current l"
lating to ciivl rights and civil li
berties
Abraham Grunhut, chairman
I e i ommissioa on International
:- will report on Soviet
Jewry, recent developments in
West Germany, and the camps
lain i S ratification f United
Nations Human Rights Agret
mt ii t
Kabbi Max Upecbitx. chairman
of the Commlasion on Jewish \f
lairs will report on the projected
ram for Jewish cultural an
richment here.
Rabbi Morris Kipper chairman
oi thi' Commission on (.'omnuinitj
Interrelations, will report on the
Dade mint) Communit) Relations
Board
Otters of the South Florida
Council arc RabM Loon Kronish.
president; Rabbi Jonah E Caplan,
Jack i' Gordon, Beatrice afuakat,
sice presidents; Sylvia I) Kaplan
president, Florida Women's Divi-
New Year Resolution
"A New Year Resolution srai to
be the topic of a lecture b> Dr
Abraham Wolfson befon the
Spinoza Forum for Adult Educa-
tion on Thursday morning. Dec.
30. in the auditorium of Washing
ton Federal. 1234 Washington Ave.
A musical program and recita
lions by members of the audience
were to precede Dr Wilfson's talk.
Sunshine Chapter
Luncheon Party
part)
m Ion I
-- on Ti i
b) the folio
thine Chapter. B nai

Mi M ii i is Bernateaa, Mrs \
kin Ann Bettei Mi -
i : Hn !! amin
rating annh
. i
Proi i Is will be used foi I
4 services ol
B'rith.
Sen Ing as hoateaaes are M
: in Klein Mrs H
s,,i Gould Mr- Molly
Ml \ nnont Ml
Ann b> 't, i.
and Mi- >' man
Mrs Krank Burg la preoidenl nl
Sunshine Chapter Mrs Thnma< D.
Friedman i- In charge) of chap* *
i ubUcit)
'Vanishing Jews'
Is Series Theme
The Vanishing Jen Throu.;1
the World" will tie the theme of
the Temple Ntr Tanud monthly
symposiums bem^ Inaugv
thi- month
Lecture delivered by Kii>
bi David Shapiro of Temple Sinai,
lioihuood on Wedisaaday at n
Mon; Joseph Ne-cl treasure! Bel p m. as on What i> llap
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%/,
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Uhis (A/eehend
XL

1
CANDLEUGHTING TIME
8 Teeeth 5:20 p.m.
OCUOATH ACHIM. Le
306 Collina Ave Orthodox
?*rxl.i> I p.m Saturrfay"5*"1 m ro.
MBnchk <:i'o p.m. ,t
AHAVAT SHALOM COVOtC-
TION MS SW *7th to* ftwUHJoxf
Cantor Morris Bare.
ACUOATH ISRAEL. 7 OrthoO ftabti Isaac E --------a------
BETH DAVID. XXSWlMAvr Con.
wvattvf Rabbi Sol Landau- Cantor
William W. Lipaon.
FVi.lax I 1" pm SantYton
rau : Prot. Ma IMH
yMee from IM nv. ntlon will
> \. .. durltlK th>- (.TlaC Sli:.|.-
I At .-.it -. |...... I", r.. >i
IJJ^-- ill Itwr aLlzval.. \s aria
if Mr and Hrt Sa
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H*LlM)Lf JtWSM CINTin
BETH EL MO SW 17th Ave Ortho 410 E Beach Blvd. Rrv Pa.,1
oa Rabbi Soiomon Sch ft Ofulic"
1 a -...-. -.. 1 1
Sew :.r,.' 1 .
"chard M
Klernent.
Leviten Cantor Jerome
TEMPLE ADATH VESHURUN Con-
servative Gardens Rd Rabbi Samuel R. Stone
Cantor Maurice Neu.
r 1 :.<. an.I I 16 p in Bl tm.ni
The Tear tint Waul Saturdaj I I
a tn 1 Mil ' M* hat) I "n \
kid ..f \ir and Mr- Martin Btskti
Mm. ha |, in

TEMPLE BETH AM. 5*60 S Kendall
Dr.. So. Miami. Reform Rabe
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Michael
Kvrr
, \ Moment
I f..r lt< Ion Kauurdaj 11 IS a m
Bar Mlti vaJi if Df ayid
\< v phi
FT. LAUDERDALE JFWISH CEN-
TER S47 E. Oakland Park Blvd
Conservative Charles O'Ckson pres-
ident. Dr Jack L Morris, cantor.
Mtm
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EETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Ortho-
Oca. Rabbi Berel Wein
Her-
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BETH JACOB 301 Washington Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T
Svirsky Cantor Mauriae Mamchee.
A tui 1 a m |m
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BETH KODESH 1101 SW 121h Ave
Modern Traditional Rabbi Max
Shapiro Cantor Brnjiirm Ben.An.
1 pm -aW. r 1".
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BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION
'3630 W Dixie H*. Consc'vat ve.
Rabbi Richard Marcovitx. Cantor
Seymour Hinkea.
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BETH RAPHAEL IMS Jefferson
Ave Conservative. Cantor Saul M.
Breeh.
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BETH TFILAH 3S Euclid Ave. Or-
thadsa. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
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BETH TORAH 164th St and NE 1tth
Ave Consaevstive Rabbi Max Lip
achitx. Canter Jacob Renxer.
frida1 5:30 anil IS p.m Batturtfa]
1.4.". am Flar Slltiwih Larry. ..ti ..f
Mr. anil Mr- trying Hurr..*.- Mlm hat
11* pm
B'NAI RAPHAri. <401 NW MSed St
Conservative. Rabbi Harold Ktchtar
Cantor Jack Lerner.
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CUBAN HEBREW CIRCLE OF MI-
AMI 124? Washington Ave. Ortho
dox Rabbt Dov Roxencweig.
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FLAOLER GRANADA. SC NW Slst
Pi. Conservative. Rabbi David Roe-
enf.id Cantor George Goldberg.
FTirla> i l'i p-a 1 K.
lions ..r. Mauls Bol U bt Broken.'
Khabbal hoaied i> Mr ami M
M.i .1 r K 1. tun n Su! it
a m MitnhA S M I- m
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FT LAUDERDALE EMANU EL H01
Andrews Ave- Reform Rabbi
HEBRFW ACADEW ?00 Pinetree
Or Orthoocx Rabbi Alexander S
Gross
Mil
HOLLVWOCD TEMPLE S'NAl 1J0"
Johnson St Conif'wt.vf R
David Snap ro Ca'tsr YehuSar,
Heiibraun.
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HOMESTEAD JEWISH CENTFR 8tn
St. Homestead Cor.jr vat,ve
s
ISRAELITE CENTER 1178 SW 25th
St Conservative Rabbi Av'om L
L Draxm Cantor Louis Cohrn
KlKhl

v ha S:la p m
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JACOB C COHEN COVMUNiTV
SVNACOGUE 'S32 ^ an.n0t, n Ave
Orthodox Rabb' Tibor H Stern
Cantor Samuel Vigoda
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ati.l Juaasak
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KNESETH ISRAEL 1415 luclM Av*
Orthodox Rabbi David Lri-'.u
Cantor Abraham Sif.
F> da "- da 1
lit. n 1 r I:. -;
W. rl.l liar \l|ll\ali I-. .-
M- anrl Mrs I ...... \\
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LUBAVITCHER MINVAN. tOO Wash
mflton Ave. O'thodox Rabbi Abra
Ham Kort Cantor Ernest Field.
a
MINVONAIRES CONGREGATION
3737 Bird Rd. Modern Traditional.
- a
OHEV SHALOM. til Normandy Dr
Orthodox Rabbi Phineaa Weber,
man.
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SEPHARD'C JEW.SH CENTER *4
Collins Ave. Rev Cantor Sadi Nah
mias.
vt 1 turd
1 at^r Lavva '
a
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE 1S1S1 NE
ith Ave Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah
E. Caplan.
TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY-
WOOD 1351 S. 14th Ave Reform.
Rabbi Samuel Jaffa.
, 1 .
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TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH 7500 SW
120th St Reconstructiomst. Rabbi
Morris Skop.
Vets Yea
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TEMPLE DETH SHOLEM of Holly-
wood I7J9 Vonror bt Conr v t v'
R'bbi Morton Malavsk. Canter Er
nest Stemer
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TFMPLE BETH SHOLOM 4"4l Chasr
Ave Liberal Rabb- Leon Kronnh
or David Conv iser
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T v 1 Kalui
SYNOPSIS OF THE TORAM PORTION VAYIOOASM
ja,,.b and hta family Come doivn lo atWj "^"^VIm
Sd iht-v took their cattle, and tho.r Roods, which1ho, hmt
,,,,. in the land o. Canaan, and came into KRypt. J.cob. -nd
all his seed uith him Kicn 46 6)
VAYIGCASH Judah approached JOanrpk and ""e"^ h,m
sflf .* a MrS in BenjBiBln'l rtetd. as he u.s rc,ponMhle for
the vounfes. son to tbei, father UbbW* to^coUta htoelf an,
longed J'^ph revealed hlmteU to bii dumt-truck bWflMrn He
bad. .hem return to Canaan, ptbei .e,h,r M <'*>"*
.oeion?. and return I" K^ypt for the durth of the fam
ine At Beersheha Cod removed Jacob s dmtMi as to the ri
dom of this cour. of iction; He >PI J-cob th he
words: 'Fear not to go down Into Egypt; '" *'" thru' m,ke
of thev a proat "attion" tGB *<
JaoBb came to Egypt "wita aeventj touU -loeoh ave them
the lane of Co&fcffl to ettl In There the> flourished ant, mul-
tiplied.
This recounting of the Weekly Porf.oc of tho Law it
traded and based upon "The Graphic Kitleiy e the Jew.**
Heritage edited by P. Wollman Tsamir, $tS Pvabtisherw
Shengold. and the volume it available at 27 William S.. Now
Yo.k 5. NY President of the society dis'r.buting rhe valueno
it Joseph Sch^ang.
r*-uiv t ." : m n
vice p --. 1
CoutMryT"
1 -h. -. Dl
Mlm ha
Hebrew Lesson
-?ny r>';y}3 -**p nr-n c-?
iri!r %V">V nc1:;! K*n .n^
-pnn iVrnr.o :k?^ -ri']-
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TEVPIE B'NAI SHOLOM 16SO0 NW
?;na Av- Corservat..r Rabbi S M
Machtf. Cantor Abraham Re.sr
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1 1 1
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TEMPLE BETH TOV 641* SW tth
St Conservative. Raobi Ralph Z.
Gli x man.
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TEMPLE EMANUEL. 1701 Washing.
ton Ave Conservative Rabbi Irving
Lehrman Canter Zvi Adler
I rlda > ; Sernmn \* ...m.
v \- n >'.- Mi -k- Hat-
n... -. c.<-.j..ti
1 H k Ii.-..- Mltsvsh Marl
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TEMPLE ISRAEL OF GREATER Ml- '
AMI 11? NE lth St Reform Rabbi
Jotvsh R Narot
.' ; m Hslttstiaj Front Ti
^ :.r \v nal ii' You W/anl I
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TEMPLE JUOEA. 320 Palermo Ave
Liberal-Reform. Rabbi Morr.a Kit-
per
r'rvl.i > K'.tii* n. \ .
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\lt and
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TEMPLE MENORAH 20 TSth St
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
oavita
' Miiavuh r. .
lautThter 1 laji .,r.-' Mr v
I'.nalMti.i. r Kalorday m
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TEMPLE NER TAmiD Oth St and
Tatum Watervnay. Modern Tradi-
tional Rabbi Eugene Laboviti Can-
tor Edward Klein
1 We Are
.iii.ii-.-i Thro it haul list i eai .
Ii i b) Mr ..n.l Mi-
rla Mlri lir
'- Martli
M n tikv
Teen leaders ol the weekend conclave at the Greater Miami
YM and WHA chat with Herbert Millman. aBsocialB mcu-
tive oi tho Nahonol Jewuth Welfare Board, who wa keynote
speaker lor the three-day meeting. Lett to right are Bobby
Wechsler. Helen Kornsteln. Mary Bergman and David Pen- k
ettie.
Teen-Age Weekend Conclave at T
Emphasizes Role of Jewish Youth

Conservative
Miami Rabbi
na
The Cecatish Eacavation
In the southern part of the coun
try. near Ashkelon, there is a hill
that has been recopnued by schol-
ars as the place of ancient Lach
.-n
There were uncovered the Lach-
>sfi I-etti'iv llebrBB (liKurncnts
from the time of the Proph*t Jan
ih, thai were written on broken
earthenware The dociiinctiis prove
l^chish was a fortified city
> 'he kingdom of Judea The con-
tt nts of the 2i Jftters that were un
tovered are mainly military orders
-pJ "?n if Vr? c-'-.v
.irat n^ii
.T'aV'araa* ^jrje^paa
w!fT VO rinifl nTiv?
"\zv 'Zi if lanajr ,K-arn
*a rvrpp nvtryrin .sin *H
iraraw 21 iv Dfar .npn*
-i.-p nrtp>5ipy3 mn ^jr:f
?x bT3^ T?caa n1K3X tik-
of the commander of Iachish to of-
i ficers of other fortified cities
Lachish was an old Canonite
city. It was taken by Joshua Kin-
Nun Then began its Israeli history.
The mam importance of Lachish
was due to its being a strong for-
tified iity (if the .hull un kingdom.
From the Bihle BW learn that al
most a" ol the kings of Judea add-
ed fortifications and tfartlOtW d
In them armed forces with amniu-
mtinn and food.
Lat-hish -erved as a stronghold
of Judea
PuMithad by afrit Ivrit OUmit
TEMPLE OR OLOM
*"> SW lath St..
Samuel April.
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Hen Moa w hi w ..; v
Hereaftr i .. -. ,
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TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI
Temporary office 120 NE 14th St
Refn^m Rabbi Darnel M Lo>.
Cantor Chet Gale.
r Whom
. Mil- Ti
PeOaral, vk l7th 8t.
i TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. Ml E
4th Ava Hlaieah. Conaervativa.
Rabbi Maunce Klein.
Prida mi aarmoa N. w n. r
1 tsuna, Sea Opportunities Sea Bit-
Hal urda] I a in
TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora Ava
Conservative Rabbi Maawell Bar-
gee Csntse Ben Dickeen.
- Ii |. m Quest te'...: 1 .r
n.riiMr.1.1 Beeiaa. e.r.-tr> a.nr-ral nl
th< iiil-..i. Ilrttiea Otrcls << Miami
Tui.lc "Problena "f the R-fnf..
Mill inlay s t' a in Srrnmii Portion
of the r. k
TEMPLE ZION. aooo Miller Rd Can.
s'rvatlve Rabbi Alfred Waaman.
rrlda) I 1'. n m I
New Tear Reflect ths PaatT" lta^
MIUi .' Pa Ih, dsMltnti ol sir an.I
I Mrs a im M< m
MlUTah mi. i
''
s
TTERET-H IS"AEL. WOO N Miam,
Av, Conservative. Rabbi Henry
Wernick.
L1** ih. Km
YOUNG ISRAEL r90 NE 171*1 St
Orthodox Rabbi Sherxvin Stauber.
VOONO ISRAEL OF MIAMI BEACH
1541-44 Wash,, -ton Ave "*-H

<-lia U i> in
"Do 1 ("are. a reappraisal of
spiritual and moral values for teen
agers in the Jewish community.
was the theme of the Senior High
Conclave conducted by the YM
and \SHA of C.reater Miami last
weekend at the Central Branch
fadUtsM, 8R00 SW 8th St Some M0
tei-n aiiers from all sections of
Dade CouM} participated in the
event
Kewiote speaker as Herbert
Millman associate executive ,>f
the National Jewish Welfare
Boanl. ".h" ri minded the yining-
tiis that 'although the future is
ymirs > \i must be in the procei
ol prcpBlini for that important
.k tiwiav
Millman, who cam* to Miami
atpexially t* take part in the
event, emphatiied that a total
awareness of thsir roles at Jew*
and Americans a* it affects their
community was a responsibility
"rhay mutt recotjniie and do
somethincj about
Mr Millman told the assembled
high school students, their advisors
and leaders of the C.reater Miami
"V that "1 am not overly con-
cerned about the multiple prob-
lems facing youngsters making to-
day"s headlines, as long as there
remains in existence an active and
growing Y as the hub of your
Jewish activitiea."
The welcome program began
on a religious note Friday night
with Sahhath services conducted
b) the young men and women of
the conclave, and iMiiubmI by
Marahall S Harri m. < preastient
ol the v
The Saturday seminar sBaasMM
ced with greetlngi front
PM pi.-ident and I
raim Gale, executive dtroetor In-
trorJuction oi luvnota Bjiaatai Mill
man arai mafia (,% i^on Kap
vu' i lento! the National |
i>h Welfare Board.
The high schooler* then were di-
vided into various groups for the
seminars and workshops.
"The Vanishing Jew tvas led
li> Rabbi Morris Kipper, of Ten-
plr Jurfta where participants were
urged to take a more active part
in religious affairs "If Jews are
to survive as a group" "Am 1 My
Brothers Keeper" was conducted
b] Mrs V. lea nor Lipton. acting d-
H-. tor of the Greater Miami Chap-
ter of the American Jewish Com-
mittee, and Mrs (.ale Sdverman,
a member of the AJC board. Disv
lotu i-entt-red on problems of
ulv rimination
Seminar No 3. entitled "WhBt'a
Happening in Your School." wbb
led by Jack Gordon, memb-r of
the Dade County Hoard of Public
Instruction
Gordon reviewed peoaaomt eC
accreditation, calleaa *o*rn<
esaminetient and high schaal ir>
teoralion in Dad* Casinty. Ha
wraad teen soars ta hana fnaee
schoolmates in rtaed af rufarrttt
assistance "atarticsftarry H+
groat wha came fraen 'ahtiee
ovf Neare hi9h chasals."
At The Other American" senv
mar. conducted by Mrs. Betty Lot*
Barbieri. dire, tor of Volunteer
Sin ices for the (rfflce of Kcononv
l< opportunity, the young people
were told about the gofernmental
programs attempting to help thai
poverty stricken people througl out
the nation.
Workshop No. 5 was headed bf
Hep Kenneth Myers, of the Flor-
ida State legislature, who inform*
ed his group that juxenil" dilirs.
qiatnej arws from three maul
Mnir.es broken homes poxtrtf
and parental Dl | lad
High school learkT* of the con*
clave wen Mar) Bergman NorJT
area. Daud Par>ettie. MiaNa,
i Rornatern and I
'X Wechsler, oJ the cttitral Da.Jt
area


r.Decnbr31. 1965
* tenrtsii fhridifrtn
Page 13-A
OUR OBSERVATIONS OF THEM DURING THEIR HOLIDAY VISIT
r Children's Sexual Revolution
jniewhat racy title of the
\A dignified pamphlet in
^Student." It is put out
iroup for the Advance-
^Psychiatry and has be
formidable consensus
j membership Given the
|t has to run it Mjra
i and courageous thin .-
language sometimes
^P opaque college oi't'i
I, It is worth reading, espe-
boLday season wlun
I ton or daughter is
aed the parents chat ga'ly
really wondering what
heated the > f.n-a '<
what inner moral change the
xperiiiut ha> v. rough'
Thla is an area where there are
So experts, not even tile exptTl-
tnoed Psyckiath-t. uh.i wrote
pamphlet. The j-ncrational
has been all l, it liroken.
Students Uve in a mood and
H^K their our an 1 the
lion on the college
pan of the larger re-
Jnst the i and
'The health servi.e
kalked With many .in
IcnfiiM'! students,
^Ba--"
B* ''-"ill.'ill. r,-w .in I
fctened lxxl> of con
tadom But the fait
Hhttitude of war;.
XARESIDE
i
i
EMMIAL PARK ;
AND
NAtSNEUN
"THE, apUTH S
l MOSI BfAUUFUL
Jewish crvT'(?v
'reelee! Care f wnd
LISfh'ST at 103rd AVE
JfU 5-1689
MAX KtNff
mis.xiveness doesn't reach to the
inner core of the student s world.
It is a world that has been
cut away from parents, admin-
istrators and from most of the
teachers. It is a world, for all
its freedom, with strange driv-
ing compulsions in it; a con-
formist world of non-conform-
ists; an intense world of the
"cool"; a world in which oW
moral meanings have been lost
and new meanings have not
emerged.
'I he old debate imong parents
do you or don't you let them"
his little meaning any more be-
i .i ise the youn sters are eau
in a current stronger than anj
tning the parents >an saj in ad-
vising, exhorting, Molding The
current is part of the freedom
break-through in the larger cul-
ture Den) it as the) will, many
pan nt.x are in some measure
caufiht up in it themselves The
key concept in the pamphlet is
that of the "privacy'' of the sex
ual experience. It cuts both ways:
what the student does in his sex-
ual life is no subject for college
policing so long as he keeps it
private; but also the student must
understand that if he is to be free
from policing he cannot obtrude
his sexual life on the college com-
munity in a way that hurts other
students or the college itsHf.
But the privacy concept
doesn't reach far enough because
it doesn't answer the student's
deepest inner question: privacy
for what** Sex in itself may be
pleasurable or tortured for any
human being, married or unmar-
ried; it takes 00 meaning onl\ if
it says something between two
persons This is true between the
student's parents, and it is equal-
ly true between student and stu-
dent in their fleeting or mere
sustained relationships. Does it
s.-i\ love, (oyousness, exploration
of a personality worth exploring?
Or does it say fear and insecurity
and the way of the crowd and the
using of one person b) anothi
What dote sex say on a college
campus''

I don't believe the teachers
know and I am pretty sure the
parents don't know. With some
honorable exceptions, the pro-
fessors are too lost in their
craft and too locked away in
their own private lives and lit-
tie that they may have learned
from their emotional experi-
ence is passed on to the stu-
dents. The parents, for the
most part, have lost the art of
communicating with their col-
lege-age children, either by
talking or listening.
Certainly they ought not to pry: i
a parent prying into the emotion-
al life of an adolescent or young '
adult is a sad thing to see But
at least a parent can listen. And
trust. And be open, especially in
thDM crises that may .mean envo.
tional life or death.
To listen may lead to beine lis-
tened to. unless the younger per-
son knows that the oldei ones
have made a pretty mess of their
own lives To trust may lead to
being trusted T open your
self, rather than playing the
stern fudge or censor, maj give
you a chance to clarify what your
own life has meant.
Youth Form New Organization
More than 50 teen agers met last
Sunda) al the Hebrew At a lemy to
reorganize the Miami Beach Chap
tei Of the National Council of S)
nagogue youth.
Kabb Zev Litenataky, assistant
principal of the Hebrew Academy.
will be the groups advisor .
The local chapter is sponsored
by the Union ot orthodox Jewish
Congregations of America, with of-
- In New York t':t> Moses
h'eiirste.n. president of the Union,
said the pjrpo><' ot these teen-age
roupa throughout the co mtrj is
to orientate American Jewish
south with a deeper understanding
Of the principles and values of
I'orah Judaism."
j Newly elected officers for the
1!Hi5 Ji term are regional presi-
dent, David Galbut; president,
lliily Herman: president of organi-
zation, Mark Safra. president of
programming, Sandra Chrenreich;
treasurer, Susan Roth, correspond-
ing secretary, Ruth Weiss; rec-
ording secretary. Judy Rubin: re-
porter. Mindy I'hillips. chaplain.
Kenny Wolf; and sergeant at arms.
Jacques Dopplct.
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^csqe 14 A
rJenist tk-rHSnr
Friday. December 31. 1965
Today's Thought: By DR. SAMUEL SILVER
V
What We Should Do Next New Year's Eve f66)
this SEASON ol the year
most proper Betting i r i
over what to da next nkl
winter
Man] mpsj sitting around
tables these coldish days, an
> planning next season's pro
ms
Tin > are blocking out the
calendar, setting aal le certain
date*, chatting about speaker- and entertainers that
might entice a crowd, and visualising the aaaaets
..I l'H*>.
And, with the calendar in front of them, many
ol Dm iii are mafcii i piquant dia
Next \t' Yeai Evi [alls on a Friday nighl
What to do*
of course, thll isn't much of a
man) Most Jeffs to be Seventh Day
ignoring worship on 'he Sabbath.
In fact, one rnl**ii ha- adopted S new si
Be a Don it is one thing, however, for nn
to know that most people pav scant
the Sabbath, and another to p ij Neu Year's
Eve part) on the Sabbath
'Icm for
\ isentists
or lanization
tion to
UN Listening Post:
By SAUl CARSON
\rabs Suffer Setback al United Nations
l led Nal
UfHEN THE ANNUAL Arab
de '.'! was ulminated in the i
I Assembly pier. | K :
th i rob "I 91 I in favo
m i n'i nding the te ol the
lited Nations Reliel W Agency
r Palestine Ilet ees i rears
ier the end ol next June, km i i
RMircet here saw thi ee impoi I
mt- t- ....... from this year's un
illj bittei
w i n
As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAL
On 'Neutrality'
pEADiNG now .f the an rah* of
" Rhodesia in it- quixotic efforts
fit keep forever on the shoulders
and tift ks ol 4 000.000 Macks the
heels -I a mere 220.000 whites, l
am haunted by a comment Ol S
Sachs
\ know about Rhodesia ol
coursi b wh i, you ask. Is SaUj
Sai i- Wei! Stilly i- the fonnei
head of the Garment Workers' i nlon in South
Africa; and a few month- .. aftei noting boa
comn rtable the Jews ol So ith Africa had been
until 'he rise "f Hitler, despite intensifyin
t tolly said
"I wonder what th<- men, women, and ehildret
who at Trel Inks the Jews who
fell righting against terrible odds ir. the Warsaw
Ghetto, if the) at graves, would -ay
to the Jews ol Johannesburg and I
it is not pr'ipvr. of eourse, tn look upon
final mobilisation for wl icj in either
South Africa or Rhodesia only through the eyes of
the troubled Jews of those Yet we in
America who are ambivalent about the struggle foi
Negro rights a- rlota threaten and the issue of
tMhool -cur sat ion split- out community can learn
a great dial hy putting ourselves in the shoes of
the 119 000 Jews of South Afrh i arid the 7,000 Jews
of Rhodesia
We would note, first of all. that proaperit)
anaesthetizes Gold, coal copper, diamonds, sugar
tobacco vast shipping possibilities, lu-h mercantile
activities all these boons have (riven many Jew*
in that part of the world a sizeable share of pros
perity comfort and luxury But as the pseudo-
si entitle thrust of a devotion to white racial supre
macy began t" collide with the rise of i movement
to end colonialism, trouble visited paradise More
particularly, when Sooth African Prime Miniatei
lleniirik Verwoerd tended to follow the Nazi party
line in his newspaper Die Transvaler." during
World War ll. anxiety gave waj t< despair Ver
Woerd stoutly opposed the admission of Jewish re-
fugees from Hitler's Reich to Smith Aft
This was warning enough
But in recastl fears, the portents for trouble
are even more disturbing Thus, when Israel casts
it- in rota along with the rest >>f moat of the free
world, criticizing apartheid (that mechanism by
which the white Overlords of the trembled regions
seek to keep the black di-nfranhi-iii ami socially
and economically depressed the Jews "I Rhodesia
and South Africa feel the Sting of criticism from
anti-Semites ami other super-nationahsti
Or let one or two courageous members of the
Jewish community speak out against the shocking
drift toward complete subjugation ol the black- b>
the whites immediately the familiar cry of "Com
nanism" i- raised
American .lews do not lift a voice in protest
when th< South African government, as a matter
Of course bai- American NegTOOa in IS military
uniforms from certain South African bases -olcy
because of tin skin COSH of tile Americans Yet we
wonder where osjf allies see when American .lew-
in U S military uniform- art- barred from bases In
Arab states
l Despiti .....i v I.- ha I come 1
e. v ith the backin
\ mmit conferct the
line I i izal oi lai se i I bj
ttence to hold the line m Igo
i
2> i the Arabs had distinct
k i'n the one issue which they had pi voti
for the establishment ot a Unite I Nations i uete
foi the pro hich the srabu claim to have aban
!> :t4 members of the l it in the Special
Political Commute* voted in fa\*or The M included the
I t tup the Soviet Mo,- snd the Moslem
counli States and other bhj Western powers
iiiii:t d Israel in
r i nited States, in the words of one n m American
i t throucti magnificently Not only ditl
the United states vote against it- own relative!) mild dran
ition, when thai draft hail been amended with anti
objectives << b* half of the Arab attitude The I S \
had also worked out the best compromise stand possible
lor Washington when the final action had reduced Maasf
to a Nigei i ution, the draft finally adopted by the
tssemblj Although Israel cast the si le negative voti
resolution, it wa< understood by all here, including
the U s th legation that Israel's stand had not been aimed
against th< U S v but only ajrainrl Arab uaaateace that the
refugees have s right" to be "repatriated to Paleetkee '
The close relationships during this yeai is erably
between the Israeli and the American deli was
stressed b\ many delegations it was noted that under the
chairmanship oi Arthur .' Goldberg there wi i diminu-
tion in the friend*/ relation- betwr-m Jerusalem and Wash
n and that, in fact, those retal warmer than
ever
It on another issue it was the
i S and Brazil, with the V.S dele firmly
b) Mr Goldberg*, that an eftt>n wss made in ai ther coov
put through a resolution condemn Semi
tism Only the I SSH pr* t,t .. sub-amendment
Zionism and anti-Semitism with Nazism and neo
m served to have the U S B ove lulled
the is-,, iini stand against anti-Semitism, undei
Goldberg's leadership, was widely ac* launed here
Thus one feai Mi G appointment
to the delegation chairmanship here was set aside it will
be sued that when President Johnson tt>k Justic Gold
berg from the Supreme Court la-: summer, to tend him
here as the succeaor to Adlai Stevenson, then were some
head-shaking Some predicted that Mr Goldberg, who had
publicly declared himself a Zionist would now hampe
rtl in his personal desiraa to act like a Jew Well it has
not happened. As Jusia Goldberg himself said after be
came here in- personal feelings and attitudes have not
changed This Assembly hns proved the point
Rasftember too, that msnj Jewish organisations
,n- include New Ye
,.V1. pan on their programs Thee* event- yield
lun and also revenue
i a* year doui i hristmas and New Tear* Day
fell ,, i ridaj -''- and as a consequence, many
rabbis modrfied then- worship schedule
But when New Year's, ami shabho- En
coincide what do you
It i- (ruUltei to argue that New Year'- Day U
not a Jewish holiday an.l that therefore Jen*, ma]
overlook it They wont It is equally fruitless to
contend that New Years Bve is actually a holiday
fur SOON (hn- and i* known as the r east of
I'liTumelswm fcoming as it does, eiffhl day* after
Dec
The custom of celebrating New Year's Eve i-
i.rmiv : xi in our mores True, some people
the foi ed festlvit) on that occas
the N v irkcr
ahi. h ill. ladj ii
oph who I Ne* Year's C
I i
v tuatios are
,, : Ida) nighl
2 > to post pom
', fiitirely
' MU
Panorama:
By DAVI0 SCHWARTZ
Vshclod Finished
an ISRAELI Cabinet memrter
^^ last aeel -"t two bottles of
ii, had bet thai the
:.. .. imrt city t>( Aahdod would he
finished before iw5 ended Be asm
hi- bet ship- have alrea.lv started
coming into the new i>>rt but the
iitv will not be formally opvned
until next Spring
Usually, towns rouse into being
better-skelter fashion Many Simonboff, In hi- book,
Jewish Notables in America." tells how one Amer-
ican Jewi-h pioneer Abraham Morrlecai. fOUl
the city nt kfontg 'Ha rv Ala
Ifordecal who had served In the Ftevniutionary
War lived afong the Indians .md married an ii
squaw He iivi^i m an Indian town named. A
chants sually, Indian towas never mew beeaoaf
' : thi Indian roaming habits They lived la
on till. deer and n n ed about at
to ih< scarcity or al tin- an
tubi ist.-.i i he i Horde* ai.
in. s white man's home
i him so Acochsaata
the city
Mined to become the first cap ai the .s....t;i-
\ bod on the contrary, w.,- digned in advance
' l" id* a nf building the ne* from the
very beginnii i Jewish State Howevei work
mi it wai begun only mm i Thv first to
be taken to the site nine v. were soanj
"Hi North Africa and it is said I
ckb thumbed a rule bach to Tal Aviv, sayiag
thej had seei h desert land m North Africa
But the ptctnre no* i- chaaged The u>>iy duck-
ling becomes a -wan. the desert btoonu with the
rose nd the stone, as the psalmial sav- which
the builder makes mto a cornerstone
Coptfol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN
Viet Nam Image in IS. Worries JWV
V.'as"hm^ton
? HE U.S. ARMED Forces, throuirh the
treatment acconled a Jewish War
Veterans delegation in Viet Nam this
month, revealed anxiety to mobilize sup-
I>it for the war by the American public
mchkding the Jewish community
JWV leaders reported that .If wish
soldier- and Marines in Viet Nam voiced
dismS) at statement by rablu- ami -unit
IS Jewish organizations urging wss a
turn of bombings and commencement of peace na
titui- with the Viet Cong According to JW\ National
Commander Milton A Vfaldor Ol Newark N I the
Jewish fiahtinn men are dedicated to the war effort but
are annoyed at bomefronl dissent
Mr. Waldor returned with a comment that lie was
"disgusted by those groups, Jewish ,ir non-Jewish, so
concerned about the right to dissent, aboul the rights of
the peace nicks, that they seem not to recognize that
fioedoni raquaros responsibilities i rulste
about our countiv right ami need la orous
war against Cocnmuniam in Viet Nam'
The .luv commandat said hh roup will
mobilise and activate | American Jt..i.ii community
if eradicate any doubts alxnit tl:.- vital n<
-iv t- v ictory bj | X%at
We will ohauange the appeaters, the naive, and the eoa>
IummI '
I FWV offer has heea ni.d. to rnn.rt on Viet Nam
to the I onrerenee of Presidents of Ifajoi American Jewish
Organuationi ami the NVRAC Mr Waldor and other
J\ leaders plan to a.ldreas meeting throughout the
rout i v
Datenas Department saasew gave confirmed that
the i s military estabhshmenl especially Gen William
Westmoreiand. commanding officer in \ iet Nam. wel. m-
7 I """ Mr WaJdor informed the C.eiwral that
'ewish veterans "unequivocaHj support the war ami urge
II mihtar) steps, induding air raids nsi aaaai i to obtain
Gen Westmoreland replied thai haaaasjly agsjaaaiat
"' ,WN anti thought more iindsistaudm of
'-.led at home He ina.le known thai the
,n,n live to the raaponaa of the American
' mumrj
Mr Waldor tad JWV national executive director
itroe Bheiaherg flea to v..t Nam at JA\ ,-\p.-n-< The
IransportaUou and facilities provided bi the Gevara M
combat in f
r*aand aasigiiad Jewish e^ort orlicer.
i of roJada ohm t,. ftaanpaaj tiw
ufhout their v.s,t ( jp, Uaver is reeular
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I December 31. 1965
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Page 15=
V Chief Duo Here for Viet Rally
Ch bt- principal ipaal
~t moating here on tan
Rim:. Jan 9. at the Deau-
I
lilton A. Wlldor, national
|er of the Jewish War
of the ISA. who will
patriotic- rally in support
(can military forces in
erman. commander of
la Department of the
week announced
scheduled appearance
ler Waldor, who ha*
I from an on-the-spot
V.S. participation in tha
war at the invitation
Department, will ba
Ma first public report to
American people in his
ch address.
Ob Us return to the U.S. from
Viet Naaa on I>c 14. Waldor
rged that "American policy is
muck) concerned \wth negotia
COM*AUDI* WALDO*
history of tho United States hava
we lost a war, but neither havo
we won a war at tho conference
table.
"Once again, we have been
brought to the brink and now have
and not enough with winning only two choices remaining dis-
engage or fight to win,'' he conti-
Waldor: "We have nued.
the point of no return and Commander Waldor. a Newark
0 IjMgcr afford the luxury practicing attorney, whose trip
ttWcatlveiu ~~ or divided sup- was paid for by his fellow veterans.
for oar troops m the field." had bitter word.* for the draft card
ifcead of 100.000 Amor- burning demonstrators on the
Boteran.s of the Jewish home front as he deplaned at New
took ttroni; exception to re- ark Airport.
ants in Viet N i of the
ins hack home, our
liet tell me th-t they fe<
Bonce ol betrayal, as though fel-
low American^ are aigBing their
death warrants." Commander
U ;i!ilor reported.
'A- for negotiation," Com-
mandor Waldor said, "we believe
that our uoveminent cannot sit
down across the peace table from
the Viet Cong any more than
we could have sat down with the
Nazi Storm troopers. The perpe-
tration of meaningless atrocities
against women, children and other
non-combatants bar any claim the
VC may have as a recognized poli-
tical party or a representative of
civilized society.
"If wo at home don't drop our
present bu*ines-s-usual atti-
tude, mo Viet Nam conflict can
drag on for 10, 30, or 30 years,
siphoning off tho croam of our
American manhood. Wo must
not over forgot that a Gl killed
in Viet Nam is juat as dead, has
made just at great a sacrifice,
as our comrades who died in
World War II and in Korea.
I come back to our Ixiuntiful
ti i ops .' ho an i ... day by di
in uli to di
pro II ing but their courag
They ai e life here being paid for by out- our security, our freedom and oi
remarks i>> holders of high
No er appointive offices cri-
I tsf the "civic-action" program
Viet Nam
"Our men in \ i< i Nam." he said.
fighting a two-pronged war,
and i ilian. and iHith are
Jkn equal footing Every sen
ia Viet Nam is actively en-
in a civic action program.
ng villages living with the
citizenry and showing them
"El cry time word reaches the
Kwitney to Speak
On Wednesday
fice stop using thf Viet Nam
^ pringboard to further
rer To any of those
know, who have been there,
statements give comfort to
and dampen the spirits
"ing men."
ler Waldor said his tour
It included person to p*r-
tfa
\nlre Mialnlenki. program chair
man of the Miami Beach Zionist
District Luncheon Club, has ao
nouncad that Paul Kwitnev will be
guest speaker ai .i dub meeting
i e\t Wednesday, 12:15 p.m. at
meaning of fr.-, inm. especial- the Hit/ Plaza Motel
from terror. "Problems Facing Israel and
ia time that those who hold the Zionist Movement Today" will
Ih' the topic dttouated by Kwitnev
a Miami Beach attorney, who is
a former chairman of the Zionist
Youth Commission and a board
member of the Miami Beach Zion-
ist District Kwitney has made
several trips to Israel.
Newscaster. Dr Abraham Wolf
son, will present a current events
with American Gl'a, as report, and community singing has
pth Gen, Westmoreland also been planned.
Luncheon Club chairman is Can-
tor Saul Breeh
Vatican Publishes
WW II Papers
Continued from Pag* 1-A
failed to speak out against the
Naii genocide.
\ Vatican -. aid that
Ihe publ al as to shed
ht" on Vatican activities
h oil
.
six
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men in Viet Nam. with a tense of
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continued.
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On Jon. 6, officers of the Council of Jewish Congregational
Pre-School Teachers of South Florida will be installed by Louis
Schwartzman. executive director of the Bureau of Jewish Ed-
ucation, at Temple Menorah. Tom Adams, Secretary of State
for the State of Florida, will present the Council with a charter
of incorporation. Standing (left to right) are Mrs. Nathan Stem,
secretary; Mrs. Saul Penick, trec3urer. Seated (left to right) are
Mrs. Leo D. BrandeL. president, and Mrs. Sidney Kay, vice
president Program will include songs by Mrs, Murry Karetzlcy.
accompanied by Mrs. Berta Bainett.
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"eJewish Floridian
Miami, Florida, Friday, December 31, 1965
Section B
Mrs. Rosen Heads Patroness Unit
Making plans for the Brandeis Group of Hadassah Matty
Washton Luncheon at the Fontainebleau Hotel on Monday.
Jan. 24. art seated (left to riaht) Mesdames Washton. hostess.
Sam Ruban and Otto Sandman. Standing (left to right) are
presidents. Mesdames Elizabeth Steinbach. Bernard Lipson
and Birdi Curtis.
n
I -k) guests entertained b)
Dick and Diana Seph1 "(k
.ii. t last Sunday Dick
banal Sprii ""'
, i- | former Delta iteward
rhich enabled her to Indu
,va lii raw bri< brac
. iha collected from all "
rldj Vineat those
the lovelj Seplei home
i ith authentic antiqu Mi
Mayor Robert Km., High and
i haith
- min.it.' decision b)
in, 20. to spend the bolidaj -
i with his parents Ed and
Berman. baa poatponed
,lanuar> Qight to visit in
riand until the tpring
va fOUBf man >N I N''"'
Unoricoo College In I

U Israel Miller president,
iiiu-al Council ot America, a
visitor here u.ts entl r
; b) lu uiu an.l aunt. Mr
Mrs Herman Kiaenberg, of
Beaca Spiritual loa
kingsbridge Heights Jewish
u i in New York, Rabbi Miller
ily returned from a IS
For Academy Dinner
Mrs. Leonard Rosen, former
president of the Hebrew Aca-
demy Women, and wife of the
general dinner chairman, heads
a distinguished hostess commit-
tee which is mapping final plans
for the 18th annual scholarship
dinner of the Academy on Jan. 9
at the Deauville Hotel.
Amonu those serving with Mrs.
Rosen are the Mesdames Joseph
Adelsberg, Flora Berman. Morris
Bicnenfeld. Ben I Binder. Joseph
Cohen. Samuel Cohen. Sarah
Czech, Jennie Groasinger, Paul
inc Grundwerg, Louia Merwitzer,
Samuel Reinhard, Moses Rosen-
house, Samuel Rosner, Joseph
Shapiro and \ irginia Silverberg.
"In addition." Mrs Rosen said
Wednesday, "the wives of almost
all of the men's committee mem-
bers have graciously pitched in to
help assure the success of this
significant. Chai anniversary
"We have employed a gold
theme in decorations, since the
dinner happily coincides with the
50th wedding anniversary of our
dedicated guests of honor. Mr.
and Mrs Harry Genet."
Mrs. Rosen emphasized that
there will be no fund-raising at
the dinner, which she stated "has
become oua oi the social high-
lights of the American Jewish
scene "
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Government mission to Russia
and '

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mi jetted to the We I
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Mrs samuel Slmonhoff n
ityle I 'Woman of the
Yeai m her white ensemble
t i| ped with .i ripple brimmed
nnel at Ihe luncheon in her hon
, .hi lasl week
ti .I out ol I iwner
Mrs Blsa W Gil-
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i. of Ihe Hebre*
N, tup which sponsored
lh, to Lillian Mrs ',il
br of the Gvei
Press Club, here from Mtu i 'l
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Friday. Decembo:
Bar Kochba is Topic
A Koncral JtlWmioi
;i talk en "Kahhi Akih.,
Roll in the Bar Kochba i
pi.-i ni.-d bf Rabbi I
herder, to the C'huK h i
day at 2 pm. Meeting of the h>f>
ree sneaking group of
Miami Beach will be hel ple Ner Tamid
Leaders from the North Dade area who attended a recent De- mark. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Sato. Mr. and Mr* Lionel Boeen.
velopmenVFuna campaign dinner for the Greater Miami YM Mr. end Mrs. Ira Steinmetz. Mr Stoinmeti is branch director
and WHA are (left to right) Michael Salmon. Mrs. Marilyn Ho- for the North County "Y" at 14036 NE 6th Ave.. No. Miami,
der. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Horowitz. Mr. and Mrs. Irving Den-
Shown above a I David P
v of Spector Hall at th<
[the Beth I car on Doc.
end Mrs. sale of t
Phi iff, co-chairmen of the event M:. ond Mi >ur
_ harge of the entertainment; Rabbi and M
R. Silver
r. Mr. a:
r; Mr. ond Mi^
Ml | Mi H :old Borke. members at large. Not
Le< ^ n
Goodman Offers Free '66 Calendar
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ntdar frt i

Tli' ';n^
to help the house w lie i
icheduk her holiday planning,
and candle II
i>oth 'he Jewiata an<1
liih holidaya for both 1961
the da) Of tin- months
n Hebrew and English lor all the
12 months oi 1966
bt|-phi< i* added with thr
offrrr I number of the
l ear-round Bad I
rted in appropriate
pngea within the calendar itself
Pre* i imei are arailabla bj
writing to 1 m Kloridian.
PO oi 33101. ask
inr. for the GoodaMn'l 1966 Cairn
dar Ooodani Is noted for its
mam fine products including Pure
Egg Noodlea nips and \ .ir
i >ver matzo p
' irg end Mrs. Sam Davis prepare invi-
to a Chanuka d.nner dance held last week at
Tempi B Ih Shirah. Mrs Henry Harrieon, chairman of
dance was aU : M.s. Ruth Steinberg, president
of the Ssteihood. Children oi the daily Hebrew School
pre auka Menorah ritual, and Rabbi Ma
S-op spoke on "What the Maccabees Taught Us."
Pioneers Slate Two Programs
KOSHER
lira Ida Liftman, preal lent of
Women, Club II. an-
te- that Mr and Mrs Nathan
Bookspan in he mi; honored with
a dinner marking their 54th wed
ling anniversary on Saturday,
Lin 8. 6:30 p.m.. at the Royal
Hungarian Restaurant
_i wr oihcmi
mi?0:
{<&.\\t
Chairman Mrs Abraham Shed
roff will introduce Mai Shapiro,
spiritual leader of Temple Beth
Kodeah, guest speaker Mrs. Sally
BaiT will give the invocation, and
Planeea Pecker will present a mu-
sic al program.

Kailimali Chapter, Mr* Fred
sandier, president, will have a re>
gular meeting on Tueadaj even
big at Coral Gabies federal, Pohce
ile I .eon Blvl Following the hue!
Kadimah'i annual
white eiephanl gale will be con
ducted
i hairman, Mr- V/IUian Cl
Rosensfein /'$ Chairman
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Zamora Reelects Ferdie President
Rabbi Morris Kipper, of Temple Judea. wishes
bon voyaqe to members of h<* congregation
who will be visitina Israel on the inaugura-
tion trip sponsored by Rassco Israel Corpor-
ation, the largest building and development
corporation in the State cf Israel. Left to right
are Mr. and Mrs. Sol Schreiber, Rabbi Kipper,
Dr. and Mrs. Bernard Yessner, Harry Alan
Sanders, executive of Rassco.
Beach Women's Council Meetings Set for January
Miami Beach B'nai B'rith activi-
Include i Council nn
i hain I i>\ Mn Max Kern, pr -
dent, on Mondaj cvenin
i rvtlla Hot< l
Chai Chapter board meeting will
i inducted by Mrs Jack Debitz
Ident, on Tuesday ienin .
; l. .it Miami B< at h Fedi
Waahin [ton k\ t and Lincoln Rd
On Sunday vening, Jan ii. the
chapter will sponsor .i night club
affair at the Algiers Hoti ular
meeting ia slated for Tuesdaj
;8. 8 p m at the Deauville Hotel
Roosevelt Names
Mrs. Meyers
Miami Beach Mayor Elliott
Roosevelt Tuesday announced the
appointment of Mrs Anna Bren-
ner Meyers to the City's Develop-
ment Commission
Mrs. Meyers, attorney and mem-
ber of the Dado County School
Board, replaces William Paw ley
who resigned last week.
'"I am extremely hippy that this
outstanding woman has accepted
my appointment." Mayor House
\elt said "Shi will be a real aaset
to the commission as it formulates
a new- development plan for our
city."
Mrs Meyers hat been perm
anent Miami Beach resident since
MM, and she has served on the
School Board since IBM
Among the organizations she has
helped found are MiamiDade Jun-
ior College. Channel 2 educational
television, and the Women Law-
yer! Association of Florida.
Mrs Meyers has Barred on the
Dade County Community Chest.
and its successor the Dade County
I'nited Fund. She also is on the
boards of the Dade County Welfare
Planning Council. Jewish Family
and Children's Sen-ice. and the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
Freedom Chapter board meeting
i- scheduled for 10 a m T1 in -
Ian 6, in Baj Harbor island i
Hall Mrs Howard D I will
rondtti' a r> ular meeting on
Thursday, Jan 20, l p m in the
Deauv ille Motel
The i-h.i; ter'a annual lui
has been set for '' i ay noon,
Ian 26, in conjunction with North
Shot i i 'hapter Gala i i i ent
w ill be featured .it the affair tc
held in the Deauville Hotel.
President Mrs Jai k i "hen U
b< in ebarge Of Harmony Chapter
board meeting on Tuesday aw n-
Jan il. at Miami Beach Fed-
eral, 71st St and Abbott Axe.
a regular meeting to be held in
(has,- Federal. Arthur Godfrcj
ltd on Tuesday evening, Jan. 25.
Hatikva Chapter board meeting
will he held on Tuesday, 10 a m .
in the Morton Towers North Card
Room Regular meeting is slated
for l pm Tuesday, Jan 18. in
the Morton Towers Restaurant.
President is Mrs Gertrude Solo
mon.
Mtnorah Chapter board meeting
on Tuesday. Jan ll. .md regular
meeting on Tuesday, Jan 29, are
both slated for 1 pm and will be
held at Miami Beach Federal.
Washington Ave and Lincoln Rd.
President is Mrs John Benjamin.
Miami Beach Chapter hoard
meeting Will l>e held on Thursday,
.'.in t>. Ill a.m., at Miami Beach
Federal, Washington Ave and Lin-
coln Rd Regular meeting on
Thursday, Jan 20. will Ik- held at
he Deauville Hotel at 12:30 p.m.
Mrs Jackson Whcyc is president.
a
Board meeting of North Shore
Chapter has been set for Monday.
1 pm., at the Deauville Hotel, with
President Mrs. Irving Mandel pre
siding. Deauville Hotel will also
/ \
Carol Lane st-ms torn between the ancient abacus and the
modern computer, but there's really no problem to solve. A
member of Miami' I Federal Savings and Loan's d
nancial institution's month-long tenth anniversaiy in Janu.
The NCR 390 Computer is the actual working'' machine.
The centuries-old Chinese abacus has become merely a wall
decoration for Flagler Federal.
the site of the regular meeting
on Mi i day, Jan IT. and the noon
l.n< heon on .1 in !_'<>
Ainslee if Ferdie "as reelectcd
presidi nt of Temple Zamora for
the ensuing year at the annual De
cember meeting of the congri i
tion.
Ferdie al-o serves as chairman
of the Dade Count) Urban Renewal
Agency He la national executive
committeeman of the Jewish War
Veterans, vice president of the
South Florida Council of B'nai
B'nth Lodges, member of the
Board of Governors of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation, presi-
dent of the Greater Miami BBYO
Boarn. vice president of Miami
Multiple Sclerosis Association.
North American regional vice
president of Younger Lawyers Sec-
tion of the Inter American Bar v
sociation, treasurer ol the Coral
Gables Bar Association, and tr^'a
surer of the Greater Miami Jev
ish Welfare Hoard
Reeleted lirsi vice president wss
Stanley Silvern Ruth Silvern as
reelected recording secretary R<
elected second vice president was
i il Harold Shuman Reelectcd
i oi respoi din seen tarj as lid
I. and fi
retary, Harry Marks Nei Ij
(d treas uer is lr\ins Simons
Reelected to the Board of Trus-
tees were Arthur Ben. I.ouis A
weiss, Louis Charter Herma
Douglass, I eon Honig, Israel Kiis
sner, William Locke, Samuel Mi
l, r and Sidnej Palmer
Newly-elected members of th
Board Of li osiers are F.phran
I ohen, Nate Friedman'. Mil to
Klein. Irwin LechowitZ, Man
Fines and Philip Rice
Mrs. Rose Gursky was honored
bj the congregation "for her dot
rated service as teacher in Ul
Sunday School."
Gershwin Knights
Slate Installation
George G< rshwin Knights of Pj
Unas Lodge will install new offi-
cers on Monday evening at Surf-
side Communit) (enter.
Albert Shires lodge deputy and
I a chancellor will head the lis
ol installing officei assisted by
Harrj Turansky, Henrv Geldberj
and Al Zuker
I la' id Gross w .11 be inducted ;i -
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Heal rellor Dr Gus
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cfidtvn, 11 la)uk
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A welcome way to spread Florida sunshine
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Displays depicting the six-point program of
ORT's global activities were viewed tor the
first time at a recent reception honoring Jacob
Oleiski. director of ORT Israel, at the Deau-
ville Hotel. Responsible for creating and mak-
ing the display were (left to right) Miss Roxy
Hirsch. Mrs. Edward Levinson. chapter presi-
dent. Mrs. Michael Raab. Mrs. Sylvan Schotz.
and Mrs. George Linden, regional education
vice president. Not shown are Mrs. Edward
Kessler and Mrs. Martin Tritt.
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seen here with Mrs. lrv:ng L. Wexler. v.ce president ct public
utiairs of the Greater Miami Section, National Council of Jew-
ish Women, at the United Nations Institute in New Yoik. Mrs.
Wexler. ofticial deleqate from the Greater Miami Section, was
there to leain about the United Nations first hand.
MORRIS & RUTH IERNER Catering for All Occasions
HARRY ZIKK(RMAN f iiobl.'shrd in 1945
Famous
471 WASHINGTON AYE.
ICI'IMI
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FACILITIES BEACH
J^esfaurant
NOW OPEN 7 BAYS A WEEK
New Food Fair
On Collins Ave.
Grand opening feativitlea. were
held hcrr last week lor .. 21.000
K) f! Pood r a.r nip
Collini Ave Hailed b) com-
munitj li f"r
ward ttep in ih.' rej iv< n >-f
the So Bi < h art i
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the i lock bei *'"
Street an i olliru to
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Henry Gill n '
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an.I
.. iq m ol tail s
It a .. announced i>^ Herman
-, n Iood Fall southern rjiel
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The meat department will fea-
tor* IreiS, at well at frozen
meat, and ready-to-serve barbe-
cued delicacies ol all kinds,
which will be displayed in warm-
ing ovans. There also will ba a
large service seafood depart-
ment, aist1 a full line o* delicates-
sen and appetiier products.
other major departmentJ in the,
tore will Include a aervice baker)
counter arul a diacounl drag de
partmeat.
Paat checkout service will be
provided bj ~ix conveyor-typa
! ooUm.
A veteran KikhI Fair mam
will !* 111 charge >>f the new sun-r
mark* He i Edward Walki r -u
of 283 nk 2nd SI Miami who
joined the (ham seven yean aj;o
Workmen's Circle
To Feature Major
Stars Here on Jan. 9
Workmen's Circle hranches and
women's cluhs here are sponsor*
of the national concert tour, with
four renowned arltati of state and
radio, who will appear Sunday.
Jan 9 at the Miami Beach Senior
Hieti School Auditorium
HOC total from the local concert
will go to the I I. l*er*U Work
men's Circle S hools in Miami.
ehich teach children the Yiddish
language, history and culture
The concert la part of the cele
hration ,.f the tBth Juhilee year c the fraternal orranir.Mmn
Tlcketa are available at the of
: tl i Workmen Circle MO
In Rd and at 25 WashmKtnn
\\e
i ul for the program include
Shifra Irrer Mori Preemaii, Hers
ind Pols Kadiaoo The
..: o| ttie program wii be a
muaical playlet, written b> Wolf
Younm and directed b> David
1 i. ht
Thi- text Include* the win.
..( i i. Perett Sholtm Alelchom,
\ i eiaan The moaac will in
dude works b) H I'osner. Sholem
Secunda. and M Miller Ihe i>la>
let will he followed h> solos duets
and monologue*
Shifra LaTtr, folk-singer, was
born m Bnenoo-Airea, Argentina.
She was graduated from the Span-
ish l'oil. ge. studied Yiddish in the
b i alao attended
thi dramatic school of the world
theatre, oion For thee
\. ... -h' a; '' Spanish
en turned to Yiddish
In this countrj the has In-, n ap
p ... the ^ iddiah theatre jnd
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iv an o
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Friday. December 31, 1965
Hadassah Units
Pfan Programs
Hannah Senm-h Group u ill
m Sieri Hotel Mr* Henr) BaJaban
will Oifer iri'isn |. :,
membership will he highlighte!
Mrs Silvia k..i Ian u pn sidi nl
Ka:l"nah Group will hold its re-
gular rnonthh meeting on Mon-
day; i"30 a.m. at the Singapore
Hotel Luncheon will be served,
and a special program will be pre-
sentee Mrs. Ida Kaskin is presi-
dent
*Unist fkrirjitn
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Sholem Sets
New Open Forum
TJ*e latest in current ismics to
be exworcd at an open forum for
the public by Sholem Lodge, D'nai
B rlth. is the "Open versus Closed
t 'lion Shop" on Jan 11. 8:30 p.Rl .
at Tcanpie Zamora
Arrang.'d b> Mel Haber, pro-
mam rhairnran. participants will
ii.dud- w. L. Thornton and Ben
: ieMfeni ol lite Kl rida Bast Coast
!iJil..
isinjl point of
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Vt ert .'i lot inti
thi Sup
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Serior Citizens
Slate Frogram
>r Citizens No l
v< iil i I hill MSB) Ian fi. 8 p in
at M .. -i Beach i edi ral, 755
\\ iihi .ton Avc
i'r Harold Strauss will speak on
the P:-sid4'iiCs Povert) Program
Legislator Robert I. Shevin --^ill
discus-, iiov Bums' >uggestion for
I ta\ | .,
l"i Ip N.islikit: will recite works
fii m -. ilem I icham, and Mi -.
Holly Rose, soprano, will present
a program oi Yiddish and Hebrew
seatja
Temple Judea
Junior Choir
A .r ch I has been or
em pie J Ii a under
the i rection oi Mrs Franklin
KrrviV" to" pan ite in month!)
f.i- lily svrrces the nr>t to be
Jan "
Mi a'iK-rs oi ii i hon are Scott
Bi i, Diane Blackman, Gary
|e in Alan Hoi iwiti Mitchell
{loruk-t .\ubre> J after, Joel Jal
fer. W.irk 1 .evin. Lee Maiulell Iris
RfjitaX Mark EUuenkrants, and
|..iri> Meui
Temple Menorah Children's Choir under the direction of Her-
bert Weiner presents a special Chanuka choral selection at the
Chanuka program oi the Reliqious School held on Sunday.
Members of the Choir are back row (standkeur uwii left) Mar-
tin Gorodetzky. Doris Faro, Janet Wallman. Sandra Berenthal,
Jeffrey Cohen, Mr. Herbert Weiner. Ilene Kulbersh. Gail Krin-
gold. Sandra Huppert, Frances Glushakow and Robert Wein-
er. Front row (left to riqht) are Alext Berenthal, Joni Weinstock.
Sandra Breiterman. Lttlkeff Wuppaport, Ida Sobie. Rebeca
Bazyler. David Oronstein Abram Berens and Jill Robbins.
Two Admitted To
Practice Before
High Court
M ami Attoi nt .. Budd (!ut
e\ and Aai on F< i saner hat e been
itti.! to pra efon Ihi
prem i the t i
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tttoai in U... ni Cutlet
- president >. the Welfare P
>| Da i mntj
i b > n ai !i\ e in the ci.....nunitj
.or man) years.
He i- a past president of the
i'.\I & v> ii \ ot Greater Miami and
hairman oi the Had- Count)
Bar \ ii atton Charities Commit
ee lb i- also a member ol the
tvings Ha\ Yacht and Country
lub
Beth Am Men
Slate Functions
Ben Liein. president. Temple
Beth Am Brotherhood, announces
the next month!) meeting ill be
; id Monday evening in the Music
Room
Monthly breakfast will be held
in s ndaj Jan B hi am., in
th< Youth Lounge Guest speaker
ill be I i M ixw ell Dauer, Pro
! ssoi or radiological physics at the
I'niversit) o Miami School of
fine. VrhOM topic will lie.
"Science and Technology in a
Modern So< iet)
Plans are being made for the
annual mterfaith dinner which will
be held on Wednesday evet
Feb 23, In the Social Hall under
the chairmanship of Carl I.aks and
Leonard Kaplan.
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Specialty of the Hoi.**
PAELLA VALENCIANA"
A M T.I
"Eight Candles in Search of a Shammus" was
the skit presented by the youngsters of Tem-
; i" Emanu-El s Religious Scliccl at the com-
bined Chanuka Assembly held last Sunday in
he mo'ti sanctuary ol the Temple. Front tew
left to riqht) are Mayra. daughter of Dr. and
Mis. Felin H. Reyler; Bruce, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Ralph Kaplan; Renay. daughter of Mrs.
Icseph Cchen; and Esther, daughter of Mi. and
Mr Joseph Robinskv. Standing (left to rirht)
are Steven, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ro-
Jewish View
On Marriage
B Bt 1 45 p m .
- Mill
i.er .i ~| .-.; i1 iui to posl I
students,
nmarrieds called "A Jew-
sh Vie n ol l o\ e and Man
Rabbi Morris A Kipper and Dr
Iiw.n Jaci bs, local psychiatrist,
vill conduct the sessions scheduled
for ever) other Tuesda) at the
temple
senblatt; Kathy Ann. daughter of Dt. and Mrs.
Lee F. Goldbeig; Pamela, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Edward Gcdinsky; Robin, dauqhter oi
Adeline Katz; Susan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Lecn Epstein; Debbie, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Heibeit Euchwald; Terri, daughter o' Mrs.
Nccmi Shuch; Barbara, daughter of Mr. and
Mis. Kirschiield; and Ricky, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Dave B. May. Not pictured is the Sham-
mus. Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert R.
Frank.
Hemophilia Unit
Luncheon Party
Regular monthly noon luncheon
( the Miami Beach Hemophilia
Auxiliary will be held on Thurs-
la> Jan on Thursday, Jan 20, the group
lias scheduled its annual luncheon
and card party, with proceeds
marked (or research, also at the
Bel We
Auxiliary president is Mrs Delia
lelam e)
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Miami Cit) Commissioner Irwin
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THE PROPS ARE TOPS
it w.,. Jisrnooa at tbi Fontainnbleea
Hotel tu-n Hi.' Props praaaated (hair seventh
annual installation then Jua*ej Irei I
installins offioti danced fen itepa with Marion
i olb) Mn Barnard Frank) betorc ha ml al the
head labla nexl to the preaiaeat, Erma (Mra All
Podvin who was dressed in red and white to
match the decorationi Later Ei
ni role m the rtorj ol I inderella Sin
Dillerad Phyllii Diller The show It i
ie N nuns, was -
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->po' ibcve '' try Beraman. 140 NT 170 St.. Nor-
and High, and David Parsetti, 8330 Byion Ave.. Miami Beach
High, discussing plans with Mrs. Jane Carver, director of
,outh activities at Greater Miami "Y." ;See Story. Page !2A .
Zion to Stress Cruises Ahead
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iti lamenger services during lha
yean ahaad, it WU announced by
.ill Hammer, preaidnnt of tha
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Zim i Im -
One luenci >l this deci
lion Hammer mid, will l the
Irawal of the mixi ;...-- n
arge liana >s Israel and ss
Ire nsAtlantic Ben ice
..ni; next spring The Israel's final
from New York will !* on
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Up of the Zim fleet, will n
[oui IrantAtlantu round trip
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1961 These trips
will be in addition to two long Me
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. ;n duration sailing from New
York on Mar is and Aim. 30, re-
spective!) The Shalom will mam
and probably three long
< rui es to the Mediterranean in
The Shalom Is presently cm
ploj s-i on Caribbean cruiaaa from
N. \> York and will continue on this
until mid-Mann. Hammer
She wil resume her Carib-
lor the \'MH'>I>~ season
\o\ ember or Dei
Hammer disclosed that the Zim
Lira i are i now for the
round i: n( ,| |
Iron Florida and Want Conat ports
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the sister -hips. SS Jerusalem and
SS Thcodor Harm, l>oth of which
have successfully crui.-od from
American ports in previous years
The decision tn withdraw the
Israel and Zion from transAtlantic
service ni made because ships of
their type, though popular with
passengers who enjoy the infor-
mality of a cargo liner, are no
longer economically feasible <>n
the North Atlantic. Hammer said.
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whirling around Miami in Ihe Iv ner, -how
and luncheon loutine Thcie .:. fOUl Open fire
places in tha Myen house, so lei the u
THE STARS WERE OUT
They were out on the Doral Beach Roof when
Marilyn and Morton Kc II roan and then quests,
i harlotte and Leonard (ioldfarb. from New Ma
\en. Conn., climaxed a day of Bailing on the
i.oldfarb \acht l>y dinner on land ('<>ntrai> to
expectations. Marilyn didn't get Baa sick.
TO CELEBRATE
Helen Spnrber, now Mrs Sam Herman. w..-
entertained bj a group of her friends at a lunch
eon at the Crystal House The table decorations
were all in yellow and white Sani came in for a
few minute- to Ik- there when Mr- So', Sihcrman

iw a toad i" the newly-married paii l
, always add- -park!, to i part) I h.
mans are now in then new apartment in tl .
Const South At the part) were Mrs Hair1
lan. Mi- Ida Alt-chuilcr. Mi- Ploreno I
Mr- Fannie Broad, Mr- Bertie Curtis Mra
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Jryridcs Exchange Steinteldt-Kashuk
Karyn Dale Kashuk and Steven
Lawrence Steinfeldt were married
Sunday, Dec, 26. at the Algiers Ho-
tel.
The bride is the daughter of Mr
and Mrs. Jay Kashuk. 9133 Frwule
Ave., Surfside. She graduated from
Miami Beach High, and attended
Miami Dade Junior College and
I niversity of Miami School of Edu-
cation.
The bridegroom, son of Mr and
Mrs. Arthur Steinfeldt. of 736 83rd
St., graduated from Miami Beach
High, and attended the I niversity
of Florida and Florida Atlantic Un-
iversity, where he will receive a
degree m market research in April
He i> a member of Tan Fpsilon Phi
Fraternitv. and was on the Dean's
ljst.
Kati Kashuk served as maid of
honor Kim K.ishuk was flower girl.
Brideamaidj were Bonnie. Kraviti,
Fredl Grotaman, Hem- Friedman,
and Natalie Fial Edward Stein-
feldt wai best man. and Keith
uk and Edwin Reisman were
ishers
i mi ol town guests included Mr
M Sam Richman, the bride's
ents, and Mr and Mi
: V' i Vork Mr
'.: Di Los Ai
M r Jules Lehrer
and Mi I Mi I
; Mrs Bi ssie
Inn O New Y
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M.iin.ii meek, N Y "'i .|'li A| pelbaum -<.
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v j Mi- Rober I
vi and Al ,ui Richard
lira Harry
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Ding nuptials uniting Leslie Carol
Zebilz and Gerald Harris on Sun-
day. Dec. 26. at Temple KmanuKl.
Dr. Irving Lehrman was officiating
rabbi.
Following a honeymoon in Mi-
ami Beach, the newly weds will live
al 3619 Clarington Ave.. W. Los An-
geles, Calif., where the bridegroom
is a buyer for Bullock's Depart
ment Store
Daughter of Mr and Mrs. .lac*
Zebitz. 1012 3rd st the bride ha
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David Lahrfleld officiated al Ihe
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The former Bonnie l. < Miller is
the daughter Ol 1>i ami Mrs Hal-
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toie with double train timimed in
aieiu-on lace, seed pearii and at
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; on a Bible
Attending Ihe couple were Linda
Koch maul ol honoi Mn Peulette
Miller am! Barbara Strasnick Joel
Rosenblatt was best man smart
Hochran, Howard Halpern. Dennis
Sturm and Barrj Miller were uah-
i rs
New Mn Koch is graduate <>f
Miami Beach Senior High and
Mount Sinai Hospital School of
Practical Nursing Her bridegroom
|s majorin in industrial engineer
ni', at Ihe i niversitj ol Miami and
|8 a member of Phi Mu Alpha, pro-
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U make their home
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Harris Zebiri
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WOMAN OF THE WEEK
A woman can be a terrific asset to a husband who i> In
the public eye Jay Kislak.. chairman of the board of the J
I. Kislak Mortgage Company, is this year overall chairman
of the 1966 Combined Jewish Appeal Beverly is exactly
the right kind of wife. Born in Plainfield. NJ she was a
darling little girl, taking piano, ballet and tap dancing 1< -
sons Her family spent the winters in their home in Palm
Beach, but Beverly never considered that as being Florida.
She went to Welleslev College, majoring in English, and
also spent a summer at Columbia University She met Jay
at the Jersey shore in Deal
He was a very dashing yotinjf man in the Nav> Air
Corps Beverly Ripped over bit flying i>oots They were
married when I.iv got out of service, and lived in N'ew
Jersej Twelve years ago the) moved to Miami
The Ki-'.;iks have three chil-
dren Jonathan, Philip and Paula
rlj has been a Den Mother
PTA work. In:'
a ml. ~h<' leaves the communit)

He s great sh I

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. in-

ilendi full
household "i fivi
Kids aii : bing
id Beverl) "We
an- friends, and it Is excil
adventurous to be with teen rs
Six yeai ecided she wanted to learn to
fly a plane .ia> had had his license since he was seventeen
at the L'niversit) of Pennsylvania After she got her license,
they started to flj er Beverl) doesn't like loops but
she can do a spin The) have had lots of fun flying to the
windward and leeward Islands The sunshine and blue a
ters, with skin diving and water skiing, provide relaxation
for the whole family Next Step Is the aqua lung Two fam
(lies si\ adults, and eight kids went to the Bern Islands
for Seder For weeks thev parked m, that nothinc would be
Otten, especially the yarmulkas and the HaK-adahs
This was the first time that a gefilte fish Airlift went to
the Berry Islands It was also the first time the full moon
beamed down on the Seder there It was a mervelous and
memorable experience
Beverly is just recovering from a bad back She has
been douiK quiet things at home, writing sewing, knitting,
and playing the piano Guitar lessons ami ., |n trigo-
nometry and analytical mathematics both been a
source of mind sharpening for Beverl)
The Kislaks have a huge collection of I which
cooking in which she can be creative ["hi travel-
ing, especially to their ranch m Wyoming Beverl) i- ana
ions to ;ri out in the garden again
The Kisiaks have a huge collection off records to which
the> listen Ja) has -i large library, particularly !>ooks about
the historj "f Florida Beverl) i~ in the middle of trying to
catalogue it Sweet and charming in her role as home
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Continued from Page 7-8
her J iditfa H '* bitt,
as maid ol honor Un i li
b>, Mrs i ind Hersh and Linda Is
with
\:in Hani- fl >WI i
Micha Charles Harris v .
ther's best man 'I hi j sr< Ihi
sons Oi Mr and Mrs Philip Hams.
Chelw a, Mass I ihen Included
Richard Chaiken, Brian Hersh.
Mart) Grusb) and Ben Saiveti
New Mrs Hams n a graduate
of Miami Beach High attended the
University Ol Honda and earned a
degree from the I'niversity of Mi
ami She attended CCLA graduate
school and now teaches elementary
school in Los Angeles and Sunday
School at iniversitv Synagogue in
Brent wood.
The bridegroom graduated from
Chelsea High and attended Suffolk
University and Boston University

Kutmck fsfroch
cascade of white orchids, lily Of
: emony On Sunday. Dec L'ti. ilelelie
Roxanne Estrach became the bride
of Joel Kutmck Rabbi Max Sha-
p ro oftu iated al the earlj aft< r
no in i eremonj held al the i h
v ille Hotel where i.e. ptiol
.
Pan the newlyweds an
i.. m .i Estrach 840
Mi and Mrs Jack
Kutni i Miami
l r the wedd carried oui in

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t a i ipi Iraii 1st I
n fell from a
-,.. Ie "! w hit* orchids |il) '
rtotis
Mrs. Lawrence Cl las
"( honor, and
Mrs Harvej
m Mis '.' Klein Shi
and smue Estrach also the
i i dc sister
Ronald Shape served as the
groom beat man. and liar
i.i im, Richard Kranis and Ira
Weiner were ushers
Mr Kutmck earned a degret
cum laude, from the Universit) of
Miami and is now a senior in its
medical school He serves as presi<
dent of Phi Delta Kpsilon. medical
fraternity His bride has a M .
MRS. Gtf AID HAIWIS
from the University Of Florida
: attoa
a a hone) moon in Jamal
K .'nick wi!!
livi al 301 Ma lers \ i
G
Clein Hoiodner
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In an early
ted b)
Ipril al i empk i if
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I N.i -a; trie COUptC will
uvi In South Miami !'. .. Idc in
th< da tghter of Mr. and Mrs Mark
liorodner 1820 su BSLh \v* I ar
f the bridegroom are Mr and
l.rrv Clein. 330 NW 44th A\e
Maid of honor to the bride w..|
lie Aider man Bridesmaids in
ed Marjorie Rachman, Bar
bars Lander, Diane La&air, Mem
Raahkind, BUen Leeenaoa and
Mareti RadesT rWwergui
The bridegroom's brothers Hub-
ert. Halm an and Huhanl served
is best man and ushers (".rooms
men ware Sato Radeff, Bill HoctV
b i and Kichanl Scbults, with
Steven Kadoff. rinnbearer
N. w Mrs Clem graduated from
Southwest Senior High in 1964. at
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9 i member
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m Senior )i nded Mi
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Bftiett llo'hr
Judith Honor, daughter <>i Mr
. Mr- Lmui Hi lor, 5110 I H
l>r. hoctiwr th.
.1 Ranu'it. Mm ol Mrs Ethel Bar
nett, 1745 Calaii Dr., on Sunday,
Dec M.
The ovrninc ceremony .it the
l>>\nivillc Hotel waa conducted by
RabM Sol Landau and was followed
hy a reception in the hotel.
The bride's dress of white peau
de soie was topped with a satin
toat. both embroidered in lace and
seed pearls. Linda Gorwitz served
a* her sister\ matron of honor.
Marlene Barnett was maid of hon-
or, and flower jrirla were Afoby
and Carolyn GorwiU.
Beat man to the bridegroom was
win Kane, with Guy Iaierriere.
"nnis Booksherter. Alan Fncd-
land and Rohcx Gorwitz serving as
ushers.
Now a buyer with Jordan Marsh.
Barnett i< a graduate of Miami
Beach Mich and has a BS in Im-i
ness administration from the t ni-
veratty of Florida He is a member
of Alpha Kpsilon Pi
Hta bride i> on the faculty at Mi-
ami Edison Junior High nd Is
mate of. Miami High, attend
. d tin Univi rsit) ol Wisconsin and
, ai iec in education from
; niversit) i f Miami
ill Uve at 2430 M" 138th
x- | hen tfv j return from a wed
ding < pi Grand Bahama Island
n
Herrman Harris
11.it n- and < 'lifford
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1 : /.a
F Mrs
i. i
imi She is a
li f Miai
fl.ii Hopkins s> hool of
\ssis1 .His
I hi bridi the son of Mr
Mi Arthur Herrman, 1768
S a 10th SI H' .- .i gra luati ol Mi
ami Senior High and i> now work-
ii toward a degri e in education
;,i the University ol Miami He is
., member ol Sigma Lambda Phi
The couple are honeymooning in
Nassau, and on their return will
live at 204(1 N\v 34th St.
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ner K ilm
*s. aaaar covim
Covin Brown
i Si
Judith R Brown, daughti r of Mr
Mrs Sol H Brown, and Barrj
I Covin, ion "t Mr and Mis
Michael Covii 10300 SW 65th Ave
exchanged marital vowa al Beth
David Congregation on Sunday
evening, De< 26 Rabbi Sol Landau
officiated.
roilowiiH a reception and for-
mal dinner in the Temple s Spec-
tor Hall, the newryweda left for a
wedding trip to Mexico. <>n their
return. the> will live in Kendall
For the ceremony, new Mrs Co
mii ehose a traditional full-length
L'own of oyster white satin with
laee appliques embellished with
seed pearls and tear-drop crystal!
M*S. ClIFFOtD HIMMAN
Rabbi David Shapiro's study in
Hollywood Temple Sinai was the
setting for the early afternoon wed-
ding which united Cheryl Garland
and Stephen I Levine on Sunday,
Dec. 19.
Members of the immediate fam-
il> attending the nuptials included
the bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs
Leon Garland. 203 31 NK 14th Ct.,
N. Miami Beach; parents of the
bridegroom, Mr and Mrs Victor
Levine, 55 SW 31st Rd and his
three brothers. Paul, who served
;, >t man. Robert and Andrew
I ian Cohen served as her lia
t -ill of honor
. Kroom used his grandmoth-
er's wedding ring for the ceremon)
\, iu Mrs Levine graduated
from Norland High, attended the
i iversity of Florida and will have
., degree in Jnni >m I
i ., Atlantic L'niversitj at Boca Ra
t< ii. where she is majoring in his
torj
A first > ar student at Emory
l niversitj School ol Dentistry, 'he
l ridegroom graduated from Miami
Senior nded the I ni
vei sity ol Florida for three years.
He belongs to Pi Lambda Phi, so-
fraternity, Phi Eta Sigma,
freshman scholastic honorary, and
Alpha Epailon Delta, pre-dental
hoimi ar\
Kauimann and Stanley Phillip II"
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Na ited,
and the ceremony was followed by
recepUi i I le tempi" WoJJ
oi
tin ter -I
Dorothy Kauimann. '."hi Ba]
Dr ate Will.am S K
I! Ml.
r the lati Mr and Mrs
Rosen, ol < lin
: iage by her uncle.
Kaufmann, the new Mrs
i; sen's honor attendants were
Shirley Ann Kauimann and Sylvia
s Rosenthal David Greenberg
served as Im-sI man. and Alan S.
Rosenthal ushered
The bridegroom is a productioH
manager i"r Mechanic's Uniform
Service. His bride is teaching at
Central Beach Flcmentary.
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I he gown featured a full-length
train, BCOOped neckline and sl.ev.s
ending in lace bridal points. The
bouquet was an arrangement of
white roses
Honor attendants eie Hazel
Cohen and Mrs Beverly Brown
Bridesmaids Included ins Blum.
Mrs Enid Schwartz. Mrs Joyce
Saweleon and Mrs Marsha Mervis.
Deborah Heautraan and Sharon
Mickenberg were flower girls, and
Robin Bcautman and Steven Mick-
nberg, ring bearers.
.( rl Covin served as best
and groomsmen included
. Brown Leonard Kowit. Mar
Levin, Harold Sawelson. Jack
- and Alan Ross
The bride, a graduate of the In-
hversit) Ol Miami, is now teaching
elementarj achool Her sororltj is
rhi Sigma Sigma h a ci'A is also a graduate of the
i-,K- | Miami and belon to
Pi i ambda Phi Fraternity and
D|ta Sigma Pi
Rosen Kaufman
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*-Anist FkrkUnn
Friday. Decerr.cei 31. 1965
1
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1
C/u
irntin
9^
yours,
kinds gold brocade wai hand
painted ii> modified watereolor
wash, with a ranch mink trim-
med cape Turouoiae ribbon lace
in gown and cat which -he de
tgned was worn by Mia Samuel
PoUock Jual 'Kick from thraa
weeks in Israel were thr Gary
Gersona. she was in a gold bro-
cade dinner ensemble Mrs Anne
Schick, of WUma's, etaoaa black
silk with red and gold haml paint
eil Bnd jeweled (lowers
M
RS. Inei Krcnakj wai In black
cut \ civet over chiffon, a
band of white mink at the neck-
line >la>hed straight SCrOM in
front and dipped to a V in back
Shocking pink and white was the
color combination woin by Mrs
Ai\ in Lowe.
Mrs Charles Miller's black
peau do iota wag trimmed with
h'ack bugkl beads and sequins
A gold brocade costume en-
semble from Italy was worn b>
Mrs Morns I.ipo. Tomialine
mink trimmed her collar and
culls Mrs Hairy Smith was in
a font: sleeved black silk crepe
gown with a sleeveless black se
qukftod ferkin. Her grandmother.
Mis Rooe Mew. won an ice blue
silk brocade.
Mrs lhomas Cerard's white
formal dinner suit was in moire.
.- ith i > ko;dd -' Imiso
temple Betfa Sholom cele-
' biati-d its 23ni anniversary
with a dinner dance last week at
the Americana Motel Rabbi Leon
Kronish's wife chose white silk
crepe gown with silver and satin-
lined bugle beads embroidered in
an overall pattern President <>t
the Temple, Louis Snetman's
wife, was In .i illk brocade (town
with ombre tones of red and wine
i inrfaite
imon Goldman chose
black silk crepe wil ibou-
,
ilrs Eli K itzin
k
.
p.. ACK
ens
given to the yoke and sleeves ot
her satin-macthinf coat A mylai
brocade she.ith with I shawl-col-
lared jack. wai worn by Mrs
Prank dlFranco. Ice blue peau da
-oic with a chantilly lace hodu t
was Mrs Jeanne Fuerst'J choice
Mrs Aaron Farr chose a shell
pink French silk matellaSM
-heath and matching coat
Emerald green woven -ilk was
Mrs Irving Rothman's choice for
the evening. She had her
sembie made in Hong Kong Mrs
Max \it;' baum also chost
een li< r gown was
with gold
bes '"ii Mrs
clusters ol


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Ir
Delsie Upton's
Engagement Told
To Ira Weiner
Mr and Mrs Samuel I.ipton. of
Allison Island, announce the
igcmenl ol tin it daughter Del-
tie Jane to Ira Gar) son ol Mr
ind Mrs Albert Weiner 3001 s\\
St
Miss i ipton is wnior In E
. i
Don Phi S
Mr Weiner i- <
rsitj "f Miami School i f
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^7) rides k^au Vows
Continued from Page 9-B
s.iu. the couple will live at 193 N
Shore I)r
Shea Svres
The former Krica Sines cho-, .i
traditional bridal gown of while
lace and satin and carried orchids
for her marriage to Richard Shea
on Sunday. Dec. 28.
The home of the bride's parents.
Mr and Mr* .loarph Sure.-. 855
Fairway Dr. was the site of the
afternoon ceremony and reception
which followed Rabbi Leon Kron
sh officiated.
Attending the couple were Betty
Handelman and (it-raid Stein.
Son of Mr.* Baftkjjtf Shea. 5314
Alton Rd.. and the late Harry Shea,
the bridegroom is a graduate of
Miami Beach IliiJh and attended
the University of Florida He i- a
member of Tan Bpaflon Phi l*ra
tcrnity Hi- bride attended Miauu
Bead High.
on their return from a honey-
moon trip to r'reeuort. the i
weds will live in Hollywood Kla

Stern Herskowili
Following a honeymoon in Ja-
maica, new Mr and Mrs Stephen
Kdward Stern will live In the Ken
dall Park Apartments. So Miami
Diane Herskowiti, daughter of
Mr and Mrs Sain Herskowitt, 4810
I niversity Dr. exchanged vows
with the son of Mr and Mrs Mr-
n- Stern. 88.11 SW 21st Si at the
Deauville Motel on Saturdav. Dec
25.
Mr. Stern is a graduate of the
I niversity of Miami. His bride
1 graduated from Hofstra College.
Kammermans
\eveal Phyllis
Elena's Betrothal

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Miss Kaufman
Will Marry
Attorney Jan. 30
! I< -
!, tO
< 111.11 ne.l en Jai
I ....
bj the (.. mi- mi
iij ll Kaufm ii Dui
Nil
"ii is the son of Mr and V i -
ph ll Ruffner 2516 sw .
St
No ward an MA de
ree at Nev YoJ k University, Miss
ited from ML
h Si nioi High and attend* .1
lie Newcomfc College in Ni a
trleans She earned an underload
iate degree from the Universit) of
Miami, where .-he made Doan'l List
n her senior year and i- | member
il Sigma Iota Music Sorority
Mi liuflner is a graduate Ot Mi
ami Senior High and has an ac
anting degree from the t Diversity
if Florida, where he was busi
manager ol the Alligator, the f
;""k and the orange Peel He
i rved as historian of P| i..,mlda
l*hi. soeial fraternity and beloi,
o Alpha Delta Sigma, advertising
lonorai j
He graduated cum laud.-. fr.,m
the l nlverstt) ,,i Miami Night Law
School, where he u a member of
'"hi Alpha Delta legal fraternity.
Review, and Ph] Kappa I'hi
tcholaatic honorary Now a special
'rial attorney for the Tax Division
>f the Department f ,|u,,
Washington, DC. he ll S member
l Masonk Lodge, Scottish Rite
and Main Shrine
<:
HtSi DFlSIf I'PTON
MISS PHUUS KAMmttMAH
Diane Gale
Plans June Rites
With Physician
Diane Barbara Gab will >- the
lune bride of Lynn Silverman.
,on of Mr and Mrs I. K. Silver-
nan. 2055 N'K 121st A\e.
Announcement of the tag* i
nent is made this week by the fu-
urc bndes parents. Mr and Mrs.
Kphraim ale. 1526 AjMgeM Ac.
oial Cable-
Mi-s QajJO is a graduate of Coral
iabtaa Hixb She reci urad a itegrce
Tom Washington I niversity Uaata in 1964 and b now >ioing
rradiiato in the univi raits .^choiil
if Social Work She is a itn'HiiT
u Sigma Delta Tan Sorority
Her ti.nice alo has a di^ree
loin Washington I niversity and
,s sjoaj senior in its medical
I hool Mis fraternity is Zet.
I an
>

MISS MAir KAUfltAM
Frankel Betrothal
Mr and Mrs Irving Frankel. 795
1-akeview Dr. announce the en-
iagemanl of their daughter
I rranees Roberta, to David Yelen
sn of Mr and Mrs. Louis Yelen'
, 8357 SW 10th St A July 3 weddinB
is planned
Women's League
Has Meeting Site
Permanent meeting place for
Women- League (m Israel, Miami
h chapter, will b- the home
Of Dr and Mrs Morris Schor. 4720
Alton Hd
Meeting oonductod on Thursday.
Jan 6. 1 p m b) Mi- Faye Tup
lei president will nulude plans
for the chapter donor dinner dance
and floor show to be held at the
Algiers Hotel on Thursday. Jan 30
In charge of reservations is Mrs.
' Emma Katner. chairman.
Spinoza Forum
!n 31st Year
On Miami Beach
l he Sptnot i lor Adult
u
the 81sl
ontinu
10 I
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Rcbbi to Talk
On Zionism
kerheaitn,
u\ Urael,
of /Jon-

i for M nda) > oing,
"
RiffUn w:II
ucir
ing annivi aac
askli at of the group.
oin. who w..- ar
Furope ami at the JesSa
lary, received
PhD decree from New York Ini-
vereity He is the author <( ev
.' bonk among them "Age of
ind "I'nitj In i-
Beth David
Family Dinner
lieth Dai M 8iat hood i sppn*
-..r the first of a planned series of
family dinners on Friday, J in. 7,
t> 30 p.m in Spector Hall.
Sharing the dinner, which
precede lala Friday aoaahag aen-
- will bo Rabbi Sol Landai<
Cantor William W Lipson and
(heir families
In charge of reservations are
Mrs Moms RabiiiowiU arsi Mrs.
Walter Falk.
Cedars Women
Seek Volunteers
Mrs Doran /inner president i^
Cedars of la-bannn Ilosptta. Ami.
Iiary. has announced that th* .>rt:a
nizatioa's mid winter annual meet.
Ing has been scheduled for Jan. lg
I the hospital.
Mrs Ted Ixitterman. past presh
dent of the auxiliary, was -.>jx>u*
ted program chairman for t.- da
1
i
Cromwell Hotel Program
nwell itotei wiU presr.it tl
Stars of David m a ronercf
'wish musi under the riirectios
Harold Tnkayer on Saturda> nigh' 1
Jn 1. 9 pm Program wiQ run
oe gamut from traditional Mori
lo the latest Israeli folk tui


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*Jc h iit fkricft ir
Page 11-B
irology Chief Named Chairman
(bral Vascular Research Center
fe
jnril Institute nf Neil
cases and Blindness
a grant of more than
th University <>f
)l i i Medicine i<> ea-
Center for < 'ere-
Diseases
ltd will pn \ ill.' staff,
operating costs I 'i
fcr a par perio I,
ftj)i Havd < \i, i
^he I M Sellool of Me-
Schem^ra, profes-
rm.Hi ol the Depart-
l"ologv, will Ol prin-
ter for the Center.
^^pf said that "our
P to learn mare
Oarabral vascular di$ea:es
to deve op n-n fir.-
atmant a:vl better pre-
as. "
Fcordln$? to Dr s.
n 1 hi- .trok
told, "iii ;
of ih natural h
; vascul.i
uente Brno have iffered
1 who I; toms in-
_^Htl',|T
I treatment will l>-
The stafi
Ige about symptoms,
t the riisea.M and me-
try
^H will
flow in the brain with
most sophiMicaU-il
equipment They wll
PC-Ray movie tcchm-
actual blood flow
Ifcck and brain ami use
to measure the ai
-of blood flow through
, new methods for
of total ami local
Won are being do-
research Is consid-
er ram szHtiNbinz
ul
; rok tial to tl 'vel
Dr S< declared
A third objective will be the
installation of n electron mic-
rosope far the study of the infra-
structure of the brain cells and
blood vessels in order to learn
ror about how the calls func-
tion. There will ba also ba ex-
panded studies in the chemistry
of the brain in health and in dis-
ease.
The Center will employ 2(5 per-
sons, Including 10 phjraiciaiis, and
will utilise the facilities of both
.1.11 k-"ii Memorial Hospital and the
Veterans Administration Hospital.
it will be interdisciplinary, with
cooperation between the School's
1111 mmem
4 1 r
iner guests at the Caie Francnis Restaurant in Har-
South were Criminal Court Judge Ed Klein (left ,
'ilma. and Metro Judge Robert Deehl. The trio were
lignitaiies attending the recent opening of the new
>ur dinner spot.
ill'
2M
Department ol Neurologj and the
D partments of Surgery, Medii
Ka liologj .md Orthopedic Rehab-
lion,
Dr Scheinberg added that
are {ratified thai the National In-
stitutes of Health have expressed
their confidence in the Universitj
ol .Miami by providing the finan-
cial support lor ilu> investigation,
i' 1 au w w1 are aw are that this is
one ol on!) a few such center- >n
the country today, it i> our hope
p here one oi the wot
important centers for diagnosis,
treatment, 1 at hinj and n search
ii sti okes "
With the ci 1 n ol J 11 I
Memorial Hospital, the 1 1
menl tints n d
cenl
hospital r the past
- \ ice has helped con-
l '
er.
nian Dr. Schein
1 o? Emory U
!y i c' >"d MD da-
i.ie UM Medical
I the Veterans
or. Hospital in 1950-
1"51 p ior to the opening of the
fchool of Medicine. He joined
the faculty in 1755.
I > Scheu bei has N n -


and cerebral disi
since 1948 and is the author of
more than S3 scientific publica-
relating in his interest.
ach
.
'-'' Grc-
.
..; tn, Si"
coun:
t:cn- : ati : Miami." Dr. a s award was
"fcr 25 years <-i dedicated effoits in the cause of Grand Op-
era in Grciler Miami."
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rws CaJetoria of Lincoln Mall chanaee hands. Left to
me Henry Metier, now owner; Paul B. Steinberg, attor-
tfas Appol. now owner; Miami Beach Councilman Mal-
bgkmdor; and Sol White, new owner. Appol, formerly of
Word Catetaria. i peeeidonl of the now roetaurant
Former ownors woso Artio Brown and Joo Barkan.


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+Jeist nrriciHr
Zionist Council
Elects Burstein
New President
Manuel Burstein Miami lauii-
er, has been eleetcil nirMiient ot
the Zionist found ol South DDT
Ida fr lftfiri The Zionist Council
i.-. the ioanlllialin| body (or near
l\ 15.000 members of Hadassah.
the Zionist Organization of Amer-
ica. Mizrachi. Poale Zion. Far
band. Pioneer Women and other
Zionist groups in Dade and Brow-
ard counties.
Immediate past president.
erela)- Schwartz. eea* -rertner
Miami Beach Vice Mayor Burnett
Koth were elected honorary presi
denta of the Zionist Council which
has begun plans for a community
wide obacTvancc of larael's lRth
anniveraarj Apr 24 at the Miami
Beach Auditorium
Elected as vice presidents were
Miss Lillian Goodmai Mrs Mil-
ton i Mt j !
I, \n Lisa and Mr Joan Rej hun
Also elected were Meyer Fine.
treasurer; Mrs. Claire Collins,
corresponding secre'-rry, Mrs
Jexk M. 5...bow, recording sec
rotary; Mr> jik cl Burst.m
financial secretary. Mrs Moses
Mayer, lecial secretary; Mrs A
Arthjr Ptkeiner, parliamentar-
ian; and Dr. Shiimi VYnensky,
budget direct.
Di I large i I it
Mrs J :. .....
aniel > >n i i
aft I
Mrs Samui Mi>s Mar
rite Marx lit! Kab-
hi Richard Marcovrti and Mrs
Isaac I'ushkin
Organizational vice presidents
elected inclu li Barth,
Miami Beach Hadasaah Mrs Max
tz. Miami Hadassah; Mrs
Kobi rt Berman Hollywood Ha i
sah; Mrs Alfred Stone Mizrachi
Women; Mr Sol Rashin, Mizrachi
Men. Al Oaaip ZOA Isaac Donen.
Surf side; Ben .ill. M mi Beach;
and Mas Parness Coral Gables
\ meeting ol I he roup ill be
Jan ti al the Great) r M
n Buildn
Beth Tfilah
Names Kaplan
N irmai K I 19730 NI
22nd *v si an
life president of Beth Tfilah Con-
i( in at a meeting of the
on last wt k
Kaplan was one ol the first
presidents ol Beth Tfilah
Left to right are Milton Hahn. president nf Sholem Lodqe.
B'nai B'rith. Sam Kopkind. Israel chairman, and Melvin Haber.
program chairman, at a Jewish National Fund evenma spon-
sored by the lodqe with Zev W. Kogan as guest speaker. Du-
ring the program, Sholem Lodqe pledqed to plant a qrove
oi trees in Me Ami. Israel. Miami's sistet city ia on that Jordan
border, which contributes tc atrengthon i young repub-
lefen le system.
Dr. Zitf Tapped
Di Sanford l. Ziff. 7439 Dade
land Mall li;i> been admitted into
membership of the American \c c
dejny of Optometr)
Dr. A ff recuived the honor
while attending a conference of
the Vcadtiny in Chicago.
Sramson Seeks
Scrrfh Miami
Council Sect
i

ictivi ii

in recent
i Fi
Soutl M
. m Ad\ isoi \ > Ouncil si c
rtteer work
with the South Miami Friends of
the Pubiii Librarj
Bramson said thai during th'
two month long cam' he
hoped "to jive the people a good
indication ol m> feelings on the
issues facing Smith Mian i, particu
larly the need toi i Development
Commission for the citj
He also said that "I hope the
candidates for the commission
will have frank discussions on
the issues such as annexation,
toning, our relationship with
Metro, and the manner in which
property is assessed in our city."
So ith Miami PA said that
he I. would also
show the nved for implementing
nservative fiscal budget man
agemenl
i seeking the positii
councilman because mj participa
tion in communit) projects has
shown me thai there are -till many
problems facing us which can only
i>e solved with a proper!) executed
program 1 believe a program can
be carried out bj concerned citi
/ens and hard working councilmcn
who are interested in what will
benefit the community's home
owners businessmen and chil
dren "
Bramson two yean aj i ran for
Friday. December 31. 196
As Bormann Still Alive?,
BONN JTA rhe oil Eichmann, handed in I
|M |Ma .,. .,. j.n-i humaniM went
to his death believing lhal HIUci nghthand man. Martin Bor
... ;,,, rjthei leading Nazis were alive, according lo JiUu>
Eichmann, Adoll son
Klaus Eichmann nude thai statement in an interview in the
zinc Quick, published at Munich He said bis father be
lieved lhal among other leading Na/i- -w\\ alive was Heihrtr-h
Mueller, chief of the l.estapo
The German Governmenl has a S25.000 reward zaalad for the
capture Ot Bormann. who is reportedly in hiding in South Amer
ica Klaus Eichmann himself lives in Argentina He also told the
magazine that his father was convicted ''unjuMlr." He. said that.
in Argentina, he had met a whole raft of former Nazis accused
as war cnminaN
t
fO BIAMSOM
II ol South Ml.mi and piled
IV) vntc
\ i i'\ and fortnei South Miami
( itv An.ii' ii Biamson i* a rrv
!-i hi th< < 'PA l '.' Islativa I
mittee He il also a founder of
the South Mi II I i ol the
. man
of tin ; .. Rare I
Club, sponsoi ed I iniza
64 he
tandu
'v !i\ i: > h He
membei ol lemi B th
Bi amsoi lives a ith his wife, Do
and two d Beli)
and Nanc) .' ti.HKi iin l i
Di
New Roosevelt
Feature Now
Judith Abbott is n m in Nee.
York in rehearsal with Never Too
:- ii the Roo
Miami >'
in Jai
rom
N
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M i n w hi I a an npe<
t change hi id
;) M ROO-
seve Playhocve. it v~* an-
newnced t-< proe> t-nest
ifern and Ken C-a.'civ
Ini
: Me rhe Sk) is

in. V.,' i
Ri | the Jan
18 ilol will i>c \rier.. Francis -tar
i edj
Kind Sir The shift ha- resulted
...
original!) set foi Mai i.
and sh lias had t'. cancel net ap-
;x'ai.< i Born Yi
Ticket holders for the dates
involved were this week advised
to exchange their seats at the
box office as soon as possible to
b* assured the best selection.
The Roosevelt I' on
Arthur Godfrey Rd .;ala
Her

geon
Door-f o-Door Drive
Thouaandi of volunteers will be
ringing doorbells during the fust
two weeks in January in the March
ol Hope (or multiple sclerosis The
once a yeai campaign is conducted
bv the Miami Multiple Scieroall
Association, 1545 Biarritz Dr
Food fair Earnings Up
Eaimi-.:- of Fa Pair St > -
In* foi the n weeks ends I \ i
U i" i M I percent lo 13.649 000
oi T8 cents i Mure Louis stem
piesi.leiit ol the retail grocer)
chain, said m Philadelphia that
m earnings compares with
HOMLOOO or gfi eenti a share a
year earlier Sales volume for the
28-week period rose to record of
StiH.UII.iNJO. an incna-e of 8J
percent compared with $579,021
000 (or the like period of the pre
vioua year
New students took prut in a consecration service at Temple
Zion conducted by Rabbi Alfred Wax-man during the late
Friday ev- a en Dec 10. Each BtuHent -or-oi.veH a
miniature Sefer Torah. Consecrants include Jeff Blinski, An-
drew Brown. Mike Bush. Steven Dayan. Mark Diamond. Dame
S. Eneifeld S I, Steven Goodman, Lawrence C
man. N Steven Hoffer. Karan Jackson, Paul
lacobscn, Edward Kaplan, Eliot Kleinberg. Mark A. Kramurz.
Debra Kurmon Lander, Steven Landmcn. Diane Laub.
Marjort* Leighion. Mctthew I Lowe. Mark Luger.
Jeff Margolin. Jeffrey Marcus. Arnold Meranski. Stephen Mes-
Paul Meyew. Robert Miahael. Joseph Mora. Ronald Nadel
bt. Gary Pales. Mark Pearl Michael Pearl Jeff-
Hey *|. >' Wi"^m Pre.,. Keith L. Rabin
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* An#*# fkrirfiiir,
Page 13-B
i
n\mrk GoHtttim Itmii Malamti faith Messer
J$ar JMitzsal*
'
WmHh Mmer
daughter of Or and Mrs
Mesaer, 90! Snrolla Ave.
KWflU1 lM' H-'~ M"/N'lh
Ping. Dec 31. at
^hr Messers will
TOIlCf hahhat.
ligtda. grade -'11.1i iii ,ii
Leon Junior Ilinh. the
plays clarinet and is a
' of the concert hand
ith's parents wiH honor her
reception at home

ParH Inglandar
daughter of Councilman
la. Malvin Knidandcr. 420
Dr., will be lias Mit/vah
nigfct. Dec HI ..1 Tem
Hoorah
f^ja> an eighth trailer at
Junior Mi.h wtn-n sin
I the achool band and is
Of the Student Council.
and Future I'c .u-hci -
ea. She also attends Tem
arah Religious School
ijpdon for I'atti
T| part Of the annual New
: open house at t:u* Knc
lidcace following temple

;.. Mkhaal Aumont
MiUrvah o( Michael, son of
Mis. Uerbert Aumont.
4th, St.. will b. obs ncd
Saturday. Jan 1. at Temple Zion
Michael i- an eighth grade stu |
lent at Kinloeh Park Junior High
.>nd a member of the school con
cert band
A reception in honor of Michael
a ill be held at the Crosswavs Air
nut Inn
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Bruce Fishbcin
Bruce son of Mr and Mrs. Mar-
in Fishbein, 1363 NB 181a1 St.
will Income liar Mitzvah at Younn
rael of Orea^er Miami on Satur-
day morning. Jan 1.
Bruce is an eighth grade student
at the John F Kennedy Junior
iligh School His hobbies are base-
ball and arts and crafts
A party will Ik- given in his hon-
or by hi patents at the Royal
Hungarian Restaurant.
Michael Bishku
Michael Barry, son of Mr and
Mrs Martin M.shku. will become
Mar Mit/sah on Saturday. Jan 1.
at Temple Adath Ycshurun
Michael i> an honor student in
the eighth grade of John F Ken
Junior High School He is ,i
member of the North Miami Swim
(Tub and won several trophies lasl
sumiw r He la student in Heb-
rew Sch and will graduate next
lerill
I-'ol'.....i Ih ices Mi and
dis Bushku wnl give i reception
in honor of their son
Nina Naftall
Nina daughter of Mr and Mrs
Henry Natiaii. 10651 NE 11th Ct .
will become Has Mit/vah on Fri-
day, Dec 31, at Beth Moshe Con
- relation
An Oneg shabbat sponsored by
her parents will follow services in
Popiel Social Hall
Nina is a student of the Beth
loshe Hebrew School and attends
gfath grade ol North Miami Jun-
ir High. She is a member of the
oung Judaeans Club
An open house will be held for
elatives and friends in Nina's
onor.

Larry Burrow*
Beth Torah Congregation will
*f "fne s*if* ofThr nfTOtzval oT*
fry Burrows on Saturday morn-
ng. Jan. I.
Mr and Mis Irving Burrows
ill host the Kuldush following the
eremony in their son's honor and
i reception in their home at 1080
IE 178th 'l-i
Grandparents of the celebrant
who will be here for the ohscrv-
ince are Mr and Mrs M. .1. Bur-
oms, Boston, and Mr. and Mrs
.larry C.oldline. Hollywood, Fla
Larry is in the seventh grade at
lohn F Kennedy Junior High. He
..lays drums, is active in the CSV
,.nd playa football.

Mark Goldstein
Mark son of Mrs. Barbara Cold-
stein, inn.") Meridian Ave will be-
some Bar Mitzvah on Saturday.
Ian 1. at Temple Kinatui-Kl.
Mark is in the eighth grade at
.da M Fisher Junior High School.
He has won awards in bowling, and
ins mtei est.s include dancing and
sports
The celebrant will be honored
at ,i reception Saturday evening
at the Saxony Hotel
David Sbidlowsky, Mark's ma-
ternal grandparent, will attend
this event
Lewis Maiamed
: la> morning sen ices Jan
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pvaymen. nationally-acclaimed folk qroup. op?ned
Jand Box at the Doial Hote-l lust Wednesday
m four younq men, who already have several h't rec-
eu ciosit including the million-sale "Michael," are
(by imily Ynncey nnd the Silvertones, and the Calo
Duartet. The Band Box features qrcup acts ranuing
i to jazz and pop to Dixieland.
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will Include the Bar Mitzvah of
I i wis Harlan. BOB of Mi and Mrs
Sam Malamed, 1829 SW 17th St
Lewis is an eighth grade student
..t Shenandoafa Junior High and
olavs violin in the school hand. He
BSa been attending Beth David Re-
ligious School for two years and
Beth Israel Lists
Lecture Series
Beth Israel Congregation an
nounced this week mat it will spon-
sor the first annual "Torah
Thoughts" lecture series in the
Harry N. Schwartz Auditorium ol
the synagogue at 770 W. 40th St .
Miami I (each.
The lecture aeries will feature
snaddress by an outstanding iaw-
iafa leader and thinker for four con
sccutive months beginning in De-
cember and running through next
March
The series opened on Wed-
nesday night with a lecture by
Rabbi Norman Lamm on "The
Jewish-Christian Dialogue: An
Orthodox Jewish View." Rabbi
Lamm is spiritual leader of the
Jewish Center in New Yark City,
andavisiting professor*! Yeshiwa
University.
He has traveled widely and is
well known for his religious mis
Sion to the ancient Jewish com-
munities in India and Pakistan
Kabbi I.amm is an expert Ofl the
Jewish mcw toward the Ecumeni-
cal Council
Rabbi Berel Wein is spiritual
leader of the congregation and
Moses .1 Grundwerg is president.
Ii s hobbies are stamp and coin-col-
lecting.
The celebrant's grandparents,
Isidor Rabinowit/. of New York
City, and Mrs. Gussie Rozansky,
Miami Beach, will attend the cere-
monj and luncheon tendered by
Mr, and Mrs Malamed in their
home
JWV Post Member Fete
West Miami Jewish War Vetcr
mis and Auxiliary held gala
Membership a-Come-Come" last
Saturda) evening ;t Hillel House
Mayor Chuck Hall was guest speak
it Membership chairmen are Mr
and Mrs Norman Burman ai '
Mrs Joseph Achtman Is Auxiliary
president
RABBI NORMAN 1AMM
CCNY Forms
Alumni Chapter
Arnold Fein has been elected
presidenl of the newlj formed
outh Florida Chapter of the City
College oi New York Alumni As-
-iii tation
Serving with him will be Harry
Zukernick, vice president; Shel-
don Rosenberg, recording secret-
ary. Charlotte Vogel. correspond-
ing secretary; and Aaron Gold-
man, treasurer
The chapter, formed at an or-
ganizational meeting on Miami
Beach, has an initial membership
ot 400 CCNY alumni. It will pro-
mote higher education in South
Florida, as well as provide a meet-
ing ground for an estimated 200
CCNY graduates in this area.
President Fein, a Miami Beach
attorney, also serves aa vice presi-
dent of the North Shore Surfside
Lodgi < : B !.. i B'rith. and senior
mmander of the Bay liar
p si oi the Jewish War Vel
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MBBf GOIDMAN
M8BI SaNDffOW
RABB' KltlN
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United Synagogue Stages Fourth Annual
Adult Education Cavalcade Series Here
The fourth annual adult educa-
tion lecture lour ipouaored by the
Sootheoet Region <>i the United
Synagogue of America iraa launch
ed this month in a down communi-
. cording to an announce-
merit by Jerry Sussman. chairman
ot the Adult Education Commjs-
ion <>f the Southeast Region,
Participanta in the cavalcade
ire Rabbi Isaac Klein. Temple
Beth El, Buffalo. N V Rabbi Ed
Friedland to Head CJA Pacesetters
Noted ph s.iiiuk l
M Beach, cl
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Fi i Hand has I er in
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i.,. and nal ene
His appointment as chairman
of the Pacesetters Division was
announced by Jay I. Kislak,
overall CJA campaign chairman
w+o recently announced a goal
of $1,566,666 for 1966. Friedland
last year served as co-chairman
of nSe pacesetters.
Friedland, a m< mbcr of the
board of directors at Temple
} a anu l -.dent of the l
Fair Foundation, which provides
schoi al leading universitiei
for hundreds "i students. His food
chain operation is one of the la
esl retail chains in Ihe country.
lit i- ,.ii honorary preaidenl "f
the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
,i fellow at Brandeis Univer-
sity and a trustei ol III Sinai Hos-
pital Friedland recentlj received
the With anniversary medal of the
Jewish Theological Seminary of
America, has served ai chairman
ip l'mtcd Fund
i Sandrow. Temple Beth H,
rfaurat, N. T.; Rabbi Saul
TepliU, CongregaUon Sons of li
raei Woodmere, N V ; Rabbi I*
rael Goldman, Chbnik Amuno Con
gregation, Baltimore, Md Rabbi
Vaako\ itosxnbcri: Temple AdathJ
Jeshurun, Philadelphia
Communities participating in
the cavalcade are Weal Palm
Beach, Saraaota Jackaonville,
Sat. Ilit< Beach, Oakri lg< r< nnei
tee \' Mi Bir
miii-' ant \ .i Nashvilli Tenn
i Ian : l S( Pi h '
S i i niversitj
. h ridi Orland and the Gn
ei Miami a
Soul Flori Ice
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Rcscnbei I IS
respectively al
Sinai IloUj ww Beth I'
Mia i I
Iah v,i n !' ach
New Insurance
Firm Revealed
Formation of a newlyorganised
life ioaurancc company, United
Educaton I ife In Miami, was an-
nouaced bare this week.
Prominent Floridlaaa playing
major roles in the new firm in-
, lude John B Orr, Jr Frank M
Buchanan Garth C Reeves, Fred
It Karl Sidney D Anain, Dan K
Richardson. Dr Gilbert Porter,
and Miami t'it> I 'oinmi.saioncr Std
n< -, AronoviU
Use Frank <" (lillinjrtiam. Then-
dore H Kipni.s. Irving Kipnis. Kd
mond tnajn a Norman Drucker,
Max Kaaaiel, Leonard Trelal r,
Mr- Fannie Price Whittle Karl
Bishopm *W Tim fiber hfeivin B
Wemkle. Nnl Bchiff, Jesse Cassel
Mra Selma Rabmowitr, Dr.
Rudolph F Drosd
.!.,> \n..i Fred R Lowe
lame- li Per uaon
Leo Mindlin. executive editor
of The Jewish Floridian. will
conduct a course in Contem-
porary Literature rn Thurs-
days. 7 to 9:45 p.m.. at the
Palmetto Center of Miami-
Dade Junior College begin-
ning Jan. 13. Mindlin. a mem-
ber oi the English faculty at
the University of Miami from
1947 through 1951. will fea-
ture major authors in Amer-
ica and Europe horn the
1920's through today in the
course, which carries three
credits and is open to both
full-time and part-time stu-
dents. The course is part of a
Community Resources Series
at Miami-Dade Junior Col-
lege, also featuring such dis-
tinguished lecturers as Act-
ress Julie Haydon. Marjorie
Stoneman Douglas, Dr. Ralph
Long, and Michelle Levin,
concert pianist.
SAmutl HUfDlAND
'66 CJA Division
Names Trio Here
Three South Floridians prom
inent in Combined Jewish Appeal
activities have been named to
euide the Communal Services Divi
sion of the 1968 CJA drive ol the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
Edward Cohen, executive dtree
tor of Temple Israel was appoint
ed chairman of the division Sat
ml Farber, assistant director and
comptroller of Ml Sinai Hospital
and Louil Schwait/man. executive
director of the Bureau uf Jewish
Education, were named co-chair
men
The Communal Services Divi-
sion of the CJA is one of the
largest in the campaign and in-
cludes those in the social wel-
fare and educational fields. The
group is one of several divisions
organised to meet a 1966 CJA
goal of more than $1.5 million,
making it second in size only to
the United Fund. More than SO
agencies locally, nationally and
overseas benefit.
Cohen is a past chairman of the
Social and Health Services Di\i
sion and is a member of the board
of directors of the National AaaO-
ciation of Temple Administrators
and the American Jewish Commit
tee He served on the Armed Serv
ices Committee of the Jewish Wei
fare Board
Schwartzman. originally from
Baltimore Mil was director of
the Atlanta Bureau of Jewish Edu
cation lief ore coming here He is
UM Professor
Gets Top Award
Dr D: Kalph Millard Jr., clinu .,1
associate professor of surgery at
the University of Miami School of
Medicine, has won a distinguished
international award for his work
in plastu- surgery
The Foundation of the American
Soviet) of piastir and Recosotru-
live Surgercy presented Dr Mil
lard with first pr^e in the Senior
I> vision of the International Schl-
astic Contest for 1965 awarded on
Ihe basis of his clinical work and
research in the reconatntctioa of
the total note
In the last 15 years. only Rvt
surgeons have won the Senior Dm
sion top prizes, and of these five,
a graduate of Baltimore Hebrew
College. Baltimore < it> College onl.v two have been Americana.
and received his Bachelor of Ijw---------------------
degree from the Universit) oi Reiccrri OMi^imI
Maryland He la I inml., ,| Mi. ****** WTTICICll
National Association of Jewish A* Roth Ibmmi#J.
nter Workers and the National VWVICI
Minyon Buys
Third Torah
Minyon of the strath Haven
Hotel, in conjunction m'h its
1 beera Tillum. this sreek an
nounced the acquisition of a thin)
Sefer Torch.
Nathan Ginaburg. of the hotel,
said that the three Torah BcroHa
were all acquired within the past
two years They are complete with
Silver adornments and nine com
uf books pertainini
the Jewiah cade of laws.
In honor of the newly-pur-
chased Torah, a banquet was
held at the Strath Haven last
week. Guest speakers included
Rabbi Isaac Sterling in a discus-
sion of Torah.
At a meeting this we< k the Min-
yon moved '" foster three scholar
1 one al the Mesivta
ol Miami Beach.
Ginsbur] 1- preaidenl of the Min-
yon other officers include Hj
in.m Braucer, first gabbai; Morria
Newman, second gabbai, and
treasurer; and Morria Utwin, sec-
retary
Mannheimer,
Local Attorney,
Dead at Age 46
r Milton R
m died I
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He is survived bj. his wife, s>
hil. a son Henry, two daughl
Ann and Toby his fathl r Isaac,
and two listen Clara Glaaser and
Fthi I Cohen
liar danihs
Billy Daniels
Set at Dore's
The -in Black V
Billy Daniels mo<
tilted SpOtlfal hi |
rant and Lounge
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Council of Jewish Education
Farber, a former assistant comp-
troller at Beth Israel Hospital in
New York, attended Brooklyn l d
lags and New N ork i nil ei -,n
Prior to Tnlng hare In 1MB he
a senior auditor for the firm
which handled 27 hospitals in t,..,
states Farber has been preaidenl
of the Hospital Accounting Societ)
for the past four rears and is a
charter member of the Honda
chapter of the American A tion of Hospital Accountants
Harry Alan Sam;. tn fa.
i- ei al Beth Dm
b meeting last week in the
al Hall
s-': '' i .....' pilot In the RAF
He is ;, industrialist who has
held seven directorships In vai
'""' itain He
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organization in the SUte ol i
ida and Is n,, lales dlrectoi fm
ration, found-
ad fi >ears sro m lam l bj Dr
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