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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla

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

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"cJewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Iwr-e 39 Number 44
Miami. Florida. Friday. November 11, 19G6
Two Sections Price 20*
ANTI-SEMITISM IN GUTTERING GENERALITIES
Susskind Lets Negro Speak
By ROBERT SEGAL
Hllttering generalities, the de-
Hir <: dedicated teachers and
B delight of budding dema-
Hmucs came through like a tank
Hfp-- in the infamous Negroes-
Hie Jews program conceived and
H^cuted recently by David Suss-
d and shown over WTHS Ch. 2
HjMiami last week.
All Harlem slumlords are Jew-
H Jewish teachers are re-
Hynsihli for Negro youngsters
Biung out of school unable to
Bl>' a single sentence Jew-
B butchers sell rotten meat to
Hgroes." Such were the utter
^Bes of Susskind's panel of three
BWr.v Rose Hayes, chief of public
Baiion- for a New York anti-
HBrty program; Omar Ahmed, a
BloMiphv major at New York
BiverMty; and Arthur Williams.
Ani'i' field secretary of CORE.
Mr. Susskind generously of-
fered them electronic black
power; and they quickly grabbed
the bit, giving Jews what-for in
one of the most disgraceful ex-
hibitions of bigotry ever piped
into the living room.
Mr. Susskind. operating in a tel-
evision season remarkable for the
failure of its costly and unimag-
inative programs, was striving to
get a rating that would hoist him
to the top of the industry's pro-
gram heap. (What a somber world
it is when one notes that while
ACLU Helps
Rockwell's
Chicago Woe
- The Chi-1
American I JO RABBINIC BODY
CHICAGO -
cago Chapter of the
Civil Liberties Union confirmed
this week it planned to represent
George Rockwell, head of the i
Mr Susskind was thus turning mic- j American Nazi Party, in his appeal'
rophones over to three people with against a permanent injunction
DAVID SUSSKIND
eye on rating
an obsessive contempt for Jews
the National Broadcasting Com-
pany was unashamedly admitting
that it had paid Baldur von Shir-
ach, former Hitler youth leader,
to make use of its network serv-
ices. Von Shirach, reputedly paid
Continued on Page 8 A
barring him from staging marches',
or demonstrations in Jewish neigh I
borhoods during Jewish holidays. I
Federal District Court Judge j
Sam Perry issued a temporary in-;
junction on petition of the Jewish
War Veterans just before the High .*RK ~ ,JJA> ~ Art.hur
n.i.. n______-._ U- Goldberg, the American Am-
bassador to the United Nations,
Goldberg
Stresses His
Jewish Ties
I.S.-British Move at UN Defeated
hi Israel's Complaint Against Syria
Holy Days and made it permanent i
after the holiday. Jay Miller, m 7 I'"" v""lc" "<"'""!>.
;.,J:.. '.!. 'Sunday voiced strong defense of
PLANES
UNITED NATIONS (JTA) tending the MAC was not compe-
The hunt in the Security Council tent to deal with issues involving
for a formula for a resolution on JJie demilitarized zone between Is-
Israel's complaint against Syria raeland Syria. The measure was
lervous
unners
)pen Fire
JERUSALEM (JTA) Israeli
Icials said this week that Syrian
men opened anti-aircraft fire
Israeli planes over Israeli ter-1
Ify. None of the planes were-j
the shooting was regarded as!
Bh evidence of extlajme nervous-
on the part of Syrian author-
Is who apparently feared an Is-
^i air strike over repeated Syr-
raacked guerilla raids into
Bel.
[The shooting was accompanied
Continued on Pago 7-A
which might escape a Soviet veto
led this week to the dumping of
an Anglo-American draft resolu-
tion for a new six-nation proposal.
The Anglo-American resolution
inferential!)- criticized Syria for
allowing its territory to be used
introduced by Argentina. Japan,
the Netherlands, New Zealand. Ni-
geria and Uganda.
The draft called on Syria and
Israel "to refrain from any action
that might increase tension in the
area" and called on the two coun-
as bases for guerilla raids into Is-' tries "to facilitate the work of the
rael. The six-nation substitute did !
not.
Both versions deplored the in-
cidents and loss of life which
were the basis for Israel's com-
plaint. Both drafts asked Syria
to "strengthen" measures to
prevent incidents constituting
violations of the General Armis-
tice Agreements but the six-
nation draft "invited" Syria to
do so.
Continued on Pago 3-A
ACLU chapter executive director,
said his chapter had not sought
the assignment but had agreed to
the request of Rockwell's attor-
neys.
Miller said the appeal would
be based on Rockwell's right to
freedom of speech and assembly
under the First Amendment. He
said the ACLU attorneys would
also try to convince a higher
federal court that a Naii march
would not disrupt religious serv-
ices if the Nazis did not actu-
ally enter a synagogue or block
access to it.
Miller said the ACLU felt the
injunction was "a bad precedent"
and that the CLU was interested
Continued on Page II-A
Neo-Nazi Hesse Win
At Poll Worries Bonn
The six-nation draft 'invited"
Israel "to cooperate fully with the
Israel Syrian Mixed Armistice
Commission." Israel
to take part in any meetings ui oeratjc
that commission since 1951. con- cju(|es
in-
STATEMENT CALLED 'LOATHSOME'
Between Sheets9 Rule
TEL AVIV (JTA) Israels largest daily. Maariv, de-
I nounced this week as loathsome" a statement by a former
commander of United Nations peace-keeping forces that Israeli
girls were detached from military duty to "entertain" members
of UN commissions visiting Israel in connection with armistice
I arrangements.
Maj. Gen. Carl von Horn made the charge in a book pub
lished in Stockholm dealing with his career as commander for
such operations in Israel, the Congo and Yemen.
Maariv said editorially that it found "especially loathsome"
| Gen von Horn's charge that Israel had used the girls to conduct
between sheets diplomacy. By using such statements, Maariv
declared. Gen. von Horn "has proved that he may have a certain
talent for writing cheap novels."
The editorial added that it was "doubtful, however, if he
succeeded in showing himself as a decent man."
BONN (JTA) Democratic
forces throughout West Germany
expressed deep concern over the
results in Sunday's state elections
in the Province of Hesse, where
lias declined ;tnc ultra-right wing National Dem-
' ""'''" Party, a fusion which
many ex-Nazis
Nazis, scored its first
victory. For the first time, the'
NDP has won seats in a state
parliament. The NDP will hold, j
as a result of Sunday's balloting,
eight of the 96 seats in the Hesse :
Parliament.
In some districts in Hesse, a

state in the heart of West Ger-
many's industrial and commercial
life, including the cities of Frank-
furt and Wiesbaden, the NDP
scored as high as 10 percent of
the total ballot. The NDP failed
to qualify as a party entitled to
and neo-1 representation in the state parli-
important ament in only three voting districts
in the entire state.
The Social Democrats, leading
party in the state, garnered 52
seats in Parliament. Chancellor
Ludwig Erhard's Christian Dem-
Continued on Page 10-A
the right to dissent from U.S. for
eign policy, "which can only bene
fit" from it. He also declared that
his appointment as America's
spokesman at the world organiza
tion did not require him to relin-
quish his "deep interest" in Amer-
ican Jewish communal or religious
affairs interests which have
come under attack from Arabs dur-
ing the recent Security Council
meeting on Israeli charges of ag-
gression against Syria.
Goldberg spoke at the 40th anni
versary dinner of the Synagogue
Council of America in honor of the
heads of the three leading rabbin-
ical seminaries of the Orthodox,
Conservative and Reform move
ments in Judaism Dr. Samuel
Belkin, president of Yeshiva Uni-
versity and head of its Rabbi Isaac
Elchanan Theological Seminary
(Orthodox); Dr. Louis Finkelstein,
chancellor of the Jewish Theolo-
gical Seminar}' of America (Con-
servative): and Dr. Nelson Glueck,
president of Hebrew Union Col-
lege-Jewish Institute of Religion
(Reform).
Goldberg, in speaking of the
right to dissent, referred to his
meeting recently with the lead-
ers of national Jewish organiza-
tions following reports that
President Johnson had equated
American help for Israel with
Jewish support for the Admin-
istration's policy in Viet Nam.
"I firmly believe that our for-
leign policy can only benefit from
an interchange of views between
public officials and private citizens.
Continued on Page 2-A
After Verwoerd, What Next?
.

.......
By EDGAR BERNSTEIN
JOHANNESBURG (JTA)
'While Jews, according to Rabbi
(Arthur Super, senior rabbi of this
jcity's united Reform congregations.
j appreciate the reason for Israel's
'attitude toward South Africa and
its official apartheid policy, it is
understandable in his view that
Afrikaners should not.
"The Afrikaner always felt." he
said, "that there was a strong link [
This is the last in a two-part series i
on the Jewish community of
South Africa's reaction to the
assassination of the late Prime
Minister Verwoerd and the as-
cension to power of his sue-
cessor, Balthazar Johannes Vor-
ster.
between their fate and experience
and that of Israel. They looked
upon themselves as a people of the
Book, in the same way as Jews
were; they looked upon them-
selves as a small nation beleaguer-
ed by enemies, in the same way
as Israel was. They expected sym-
pathy and understanding after
they had extended such full friend-
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Page 3-A
U.S.-British Move Defeated at UN
Vue President Hubert Humphrey congratulates Daniel Neal
[Heller, past national commander of the Jewish War Veterans
(of the U.S.A., as Miami prepared this week to participate
in Veterans Day services in synagogues Friday evening
:hioughout Dade County. (See story, Sec. B).
'
lax Lerner Due At Miami Dade
Continued from Page 1-A
United Nations Truce Supervision
Organization personnel in their
tasks of observation and investiga-
tion" on both sides of the border.
The new draft omitted entirely
a clause in the Anglo-American
resolution calling for strict ad-
herence to the article in the
Armistice Agreement "provid-
ing that no warlike act or act of
hostility shall be conducted from
the territory of one of the par-
ties against other parties." How-
ever, J. F. de Beus, the delegate
of the Netherlands, one of the
cosponsors of the resolution, de-
clared in his statement to the
Council that the clause in the
six-nation draft calling on the
two governments to refrain from
increasing tensions referred also
to inflammatory statements and
he specifically cited recent state-
ments by Syrian leaders in this
category.
In placing the resolution before
the Council, Apollo K. Kironde oil
Uganda Bald that the measure was
"the best that could be done lo
obtain a consensus in view of Ihe
sharp reaction" to the Anjjlo
American draft and that the six;
delegations felt that no purpose
would be served in condemning
either party.
Israeli delegation sources wel-
comed the initiative of the six na-
tions in introducing the new reso-
lution and noted thai the resolu-
tion reprimands Syria and finds
that country responsible for the
El Fatah terrorist activities.
Ambassador Michael Comay,
Israel's chief delegate, circu -
lated a letter among the Couno
members calling attention to the
latest incidents, including the-
sabotage of a water pipeline in
the Negev and the mining of a
civilian truck.
Si ci ri.ii> General U Thanl pr -
sented a reporl lo the Council i
quested by the Jordanian delegate
on the status of ihe demilitarized
zone alony Ihe Israel Syrian bor-
der. The report stated thai i>""'
parlies had made daily complaints
that ihe other side had encroached
on ihe demilitarized /.one with
fortifications and strong points.
Moadon Meeting Sunday
Moadon Haivrith will meel
day, 8 p m., al the Bureau of Jew-
ish Education, !>49 Lincoln K
Rabbi Leon Goldbcrger will dis-
cuss "Kneseth Hagdolah."
..,;. d author, teacher and jour-
ausi Pi Max Lerner will address
I .....hmen Social Science stu-
c. ol Miami Dade Junior Col
h Campus on Friday.
ProfeS60r of American civili/.a-
I world politics al Brandeis
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Suniland Theatre and 2:20 p.m in
Palmetto High Auditorium.
Mi- to;)i(- is "Social Class in
America."
Lerner, whose New York Post
column is syndicated through-
out the country, and which ap-
pears regularly in The Jewish
Floridian (see Page 14-A), will
also address the faculty of
M-DJC South at a luncheon
meeting.
Author of "The Age of Overkill"
and "America as a Civilization."
Lerner is coeditor of a new edition
of de Tocqueville's 'Democracy in
America" which will be published
shortly.
He recently spent a year in
| Europe in connection with a Ford
i grant for research and study of
the shape of the new emerging
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Tuesday at the Fontainebleau Ho-
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Eye Diseases." Mrs. Albert Pick
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Volume 33 Number 44
Fridcv. November ll 1966
28 Heshvon 5727
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For Goldberg,
Silence is Golden
Then absurd Betar invasion c!
Syrian mission, headquarters at the
United Nations pcir.ted the spotlighl
cl the underbelly c: Arr.er.rcr. Jew-
ry s political uilerr. .- What sorters
the dilemma today is that "_' 5 poi-
:y :r. the Middle rest seems more
sympathetic toward Israel than eve:
:e:c:e
Nevertheless U 5. Ambassador
to dw United Nation* Arthur Gold-
berg rcur.d :t r.ecesscr.- to defend
r.is cpez. Z:cr.ist arfi'iaticr. c:a.r.-:
attack by Arab ipnlrwunmn on the
eve a: Security Council debate ever
--.e Israel-Syria imbroglio
In our opinion Mr. Goldberg
should hove ignored :he attack ana
refused to justify the precepts cr bis
personal ccr.scier.re which :r. c
tree society are held private and
sacrosanct
Speaking last Sunday before the
-ltd anniversary dir.r.e: ct tr.e Syna-
gogue Council at America Mr. Crcld-
oerg felt impelled once again to
repeat mat I can the President's
representative at the UN for z-. the American
cecole My arrx.ntment col not brainwash
me oi my post sentiments c: ct private state-
ments that I made in my own right as an
American citizen.
T-esrite the uniquely Jewish character ct
-e torum, :: is our opinion thai Mr. Goldberg
should nave continued to be silent. No Amer-
xan bos cast doubt on the Ambassador's cre-
dentials. aileg;cnce or loyalty least of all
the President. Why does he continue to show
bis sensitivity?
It is this sensitivity that spells the dilemma,
end that gave the Arabs their food for thought.
It Can Happen Again
The neo-Nazi success in the Hesse state
elections on Sunday proves the cnxious con-
cern freedom-loving people everywhere heve
re'.t over the years toward Germany's future.
Tne right-wing National Democratic Pcrty
political touchstone for meny former Nazis end
neo-Nazis won seats :n a state parliament for
the first time. This means that the party will
.-old eight o: Hesse s 96 seats.
As many political observers themselves
German have already noted, those who sup-
ported the National Democratic Pcrty are not
the older elements oi the pcpulat.cn Bruno
Hecl< scad mis week that I am worried .
They are the new generation, between 18
end'30."
fleiiirir h Fassbender leader of the NDP in
Hesse, decided: This election is the spring-
board from which we shall jump into national
politics.
It can happen there and again.
WLCWBl
in cur Armed Forces is therefore of particular
signifacence to us.
We look back into our hist or.- to regard
proudly the distinqtliehed ccrtr-oution that
Jewish citizens of this r.aticr. r.z-.-e made to
the treedom we enjoy as a people and a
country today These rer.tribe:.ens bave con-
tinued, end are being scared even now on
the battlefields of Viet Nam in the Far East.
Veterans Day is dedicated to our quiet
recognition of the personci sacrifices Amer-
icans have made through meny wars toward
the continuation of our way of life. Veterans
Day Sabbath in our synagogues here this
weekend will highlight this recognition, as well
as pay c special note of tribute to Jewish serv-
ice in the notion's Armed Forces.
As National JWV Commander Malcolm A.
Tarlov put it. "We must as we always have,
keep faith with our citixen-soldiers fighting for
this country."
Veterans Day Sabbath
South Florida synagogues will hold special
Veterans Day Sabbath ser.-ices this weekend.
Tne observance is being mcrkec by the Flor-
-dc Stcte Department oi the Jewish War Vet-
erc- :e S.A. in conjunction with JWV
nationally.
In Miami z termer rcmcr.al rcrr.rrar.ee- c:
me JWV. Daniel Heel Heller and present Stcte
Depcrmen- Commence: Irv ro M Cocperrr.cn
-.is week z-zr- :,:e n rree-
itr. rnd asiBOCracy AnseriCOM :: I I "ev.-.sh
hare.

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uring the week
... as i see it
by If0 HINDLIN
d*~ CICNEV ANSIM
unnq the week
in Mum
the L' S onrj Its)
one of the
manr. Goei D|
him in ;
speculated ( ...
of his or
According to the
pers. Goerir..
would never >ubirit to hanging After he committed _
Goering declared that she had played no role ir. getting |
to her husband. The interview with her she a:'.', lives
today quoted the bestial Nazis wife as bemoaning -
end was a terrible pity she insisted, particularly tii~
much good fot so many people
The interview did not end there The Goerir.
equally impressed ith her righteous father, a.-.d eon
mother did is iact have nothing to do with delivering
him. came to a remarkable conclusion: The angels
have dropped :t through the ceiling of his ceii -
spiendid man.
Ar-.: artd chairman of the board <: -
:. Corp. WCKT Cb 7. used this to illustrate "
:.- c .r Gfr.irv todas There -*a> nor
lisntly brittle _:-_ the stor>. he said It wasnl
...
: remember the kir.dr.ess' of her b .
c- Um :: IIS *ar cn-
jtory was setuslrj wntimeni
joun:a.:-":c reminiscence about a former Ger-
be qrmpstbetic and to evoke a sense of sac:- -
an era of history long nncc closed over b> u
occasional feelings o:

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ansin is 1967 Florida State chairman ::
** :- -t year when insursnee -
Technion Leaders Scheduled
Greater Miami welcomes one oi Israel's
foremost heroes Ma;. Gen. Yaakov Dor., next
week. Here or. c visit ir. behalf of Techr. :n
which be served as president ior some 14
years Gen. Dor. has supplied able leadership
to tne State of Israel in its rr.ilitarv educat.or.al
and scientific endeavors throughout his life.
With Gen Dor. will be Carl Alper.. execu-
tive vice rr-au-man of the board of Technion.
whose column from Israel frequently eppears
in The Jewish Floridian.
Gen. Don's success as commander of the
Hcganah. and then of Israel's deiense forces
from. 1838 through 1950. peved the way for
Technion s rapid growth.
Today, there aze more than 5.000 students
on the Haiia campus atop Mount Carmel. in
addition to some 6.000 other Israelis tckmg
non-credit courses throughout the country.
Often called the MTT of the Middle East.
Technion is Israel's source of engineering man-
power end one of its pnncipcl indusn-.al re-
search centers. As Prime Minister Eshkoi said
recently: "We snail never be able to support
the population we aim for and on the stend-
aras are nope for without c firm industrial
should convince you c
vital riace Technion occupies in cur elans."
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the task Dumental, psxtieulari) because ftFE
freqtienoea not to mention the Radio Rret Ear
in Lisbon. Portugal, which beams through W. trsr
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ar.d the Iron Curtain go\emments recoenire this I:
is denied the free nght to listen to shortwave from abt
really believe they ar? missing BOcnethiBsj !t ma; -
is the QnaJ analvsis the truth as presorted bj KFE
official C ... -; t --.reat than bamr.g
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Jewish Federauod last j ar headed the United f
anc i ad J< wish Boom U
League a-c American Friends of the Hebrew L*ni
almost countless affiliations, recalls with a I
of h.- experiences :r Germaav In Berlin, for ..
what :s called the "wail of shame.' a story' wss g
about Jews who are coming back to the cour:tr> I
The press described them as an unhapp>
rabbi, reported Answ. as hawng been htssed and
But a seemingly more profound source of dsstnrbsi
mans today is what they allege to be American Jei
wno are now apparently infiltrating Germany s : -
He amplified. "Wt were sightseeing in a cab 1 .--
about tbe Jews He shrugged and replied that there
I know about, and they are all in nightclubs. If '
move on they go to another city and open a new -
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us on their return from frequent study tours ; :-
smack of the slick patina my eont::
the West f*i iian Embassy ia Washinctott, -
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*/eHis#? IFI'cridftor
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Simple9 Solution to Knotty Problem
our rabbis in these public I
Mialcgues might very well be
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
oid he has aided and supported gies. It follows that when a young As an interested layman. I most
a wit -reat! i "ommun!St subversive activities:! Jewish boy or girl becomes emo-, sincerely urge our rabbis to pause
iclosed for tionally involved with a Christian ] and consider the possible adverse
(having listened to or read the effects of their participation in
dialogues) there is very little; these dialogues, unless they are
stored-up knowledge to keep him; ready to debate th,e respective
deal 0
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to "truth
interest the correspond-1 .
The Jewish Floridian re-1 >0" '"Shtenment.
latin* cthepre-VomKippurserv- U'a,"T ha"Ped uw
ices "ccducted bv Rabb. Solomon!'" Pck8'"8 applies to
Schiff. director oV the Community! "eWSpaper ^P^ng*
Chaplaincy Service at Mount Sinai DR. HARLAN W. SINDELL
Hospital. Hollywood, Florida
I ha\* been interested in the re
the
from joining the religion of the j merits of both religions, which I
come a prologue to the disai
ance of our people as Jews Thufl
unintentionally accomplishing :
the Christians that which they
failed to accomplish for them-
selves during the past fifteen csa.
turies.
LEON J. ELL
Miami Beach
majority, and why not?
The problem of mixed mar-
riages and the ways and means
action of those who seem to feel; EDITOR'S NOTE: Vital background of Preventing, or at least slow
information Dr. Sindell is a
John Birch Society Chapter
leader in Broward County.
that some religious law was being
abridged by Rabbi Schiff's attempt
ing tc ring comfort and solace to
thost the hospital.
I '..'tuld like to suggest a solu-
tion 'o what seems to be an
apparent dilemma, and that is
that '-ose who art objecting to
the R.bbi's attempt to do what
is required, find some know-
ledgtcble volunteers who would
be willing to carry on these
services, not only in Mount
Sinai Hospital, but at other In-
stitutions in the community on
the day of Yom Kippur.
1 '.; assure you that Rabbi
Schifi head u the Community
Chapli cy Service, would wel-
come the holding of services on j 0f Christians and Jews 'have be-,
the di of Yom Kippur. and in- come fashionable and are being
the day of Rosh Hashona. ( proliferated as time goes on. One
can not question the motives of i
the rabbinate's participation in I
these dialogues for the purpose oft
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
I.eo Mindlin s denunciation of
Republican Claude Kirk has that
same tired old ring to it.
Honestly, isn't there something
more to history than just anti-
Semites and pro-Semites?
BENJAMIN SIROTA
Miami Beach
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
Of late, dialogues by the clergy
ing them down, are being dis-
cussed from all pulpits, and it
is my sincere belief that par-
ticipation of our rabbinate in
these public dialogues will speed
up the process of our disappear-
ance as Jews. It therefore ap-
pears to me that emphasis
should be laid on monologues
inculcating the Jewish youth
with the pertinent and vital dif-
ferences between the respective
theologies.
Dialogues if held should be in
the form of debates embodying the
like objectives, as well as the im-
portant differences in the total
beliefs as Jews
believe would be in poor taste and r I C" I n.
would have the opposite effect of ; *oc,al Singles to Dance
what these dialogues are intended j B-nai B.rith Soda, s- wU,
to do. : (.._.,,
I hold a dance on Saturday, 9 p.m.,
The continuing participation of at the Saxony Hotel.
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In these public discussions on
II 'those who feel that Rabbi | the respective objectives of Chris-1
Schiff sen ices were not properly ; tianity and Judaism, each side ,
held .ild tun: their criticism to points to the beliefs they hold in
constructive point of view. I common, and hence the discus
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Most of our young people are
thus impressed with the common
objectives of Judaism and Chris- j
tianity without being shown the
vital differences in their theolo-!
EDITCr, The Jewish Floridian: -w>
On Pi _;e 3 A vt your paper, Nov.:
4 dan you omitted vital back-l-***
grown information on Rabbi Dr. \
Jacob I. Weinstein, of k.a.m. I
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+Je*ist) noridlian
Page 7-A
Nervous Gunners Hit Planes
Officials of the Bureau of Jewish Education and their wives
pause at a recent Bureau dinner. Left are Mr. and Mrs. Ben-
jamin Meyers. Mr. Meyers is a past president of the Bureau.
Current Bureau president, Joseph Cohen, and Mrs. Cohen are
shown right. Leonard Zilbert, vice president of the Bureau,
said Cohen will be honored at a Silver Jubilee dinner Nov.
20 at the Diplomat Inn. Dr. Irving Lehrman, of Temple Emanu-
El, will give the salute to Cohen, who is retiring after four
years as Bureau president.
AT ANNUAL DINNER
Educators to Install
New Board Members
Six new members have been I
lected to the board of directors
I' the Bureau of Jewish Education,
CCOrdlng to Albert K. Ossip, Bu-
eau president.
New members, William Agra-
love, Joshua Sirkin, Paul Kwit-
ley, Seymour B. I.iebman. Mrs.
Malvina \V. Liebman, and J. Jerry
Schechter, were inducted at a re-
cni meeting of the general mem-
lership.
Speaker of the evening was Ben-
amin Meyers, recently returned
mm a tour of the Jewish com-
uini'ies behind the Iron Curtain.
Jeyers and his wife. Anna Brerv
er .Meyers, have toured exten-
ively throughout the world, con-
I rating on Jewish communities
nd Jewish activities in many
ountries,
Leonard Zilbert, chairman of
the Bureau's 25th annual dinner,
has reported that the program
will include a salute to Joseph
Cohen, retiring Bureau president,
by Dr. Irving J. Lehrman, a spe-
cial musical program by Mr. and
Mrs. Nico Feldman, opera stars,
and a dramatic narrative, "The
Bureau Marches On," written by
Louis Schwartzman, Bureau ex-
ecutive director.
Narration will be directed by
Mrs. Trixie Levin, and cast will
include Stanley C. Myers, Max .
Meisel, Benjamin Meyers. Louis
Ileiinan. and Judge Frederick N. i
Barad, in addition to students of
the Central Hebrew High School
of the Bureau, and Temple Emanu
El.
Dance music will be provided
by Irving Pietrack and his enter-
taining orchestra.
Continued from Page 1-A
by a continuing stream of
threats from Syrian officials and
one specific move a trip by
Syrian authorities, led by Syrian
Premier Yussef Zayyen, to Cairo
for a meeting with Egyptian of-
ficials. It was reported that the
two delegations set up a joint
committee to determine what
help Egypt could give Syria in
case of an open clash with
Israel.
Dr. Nurredin Attassi, Syrian'
.'hief of state and secretary gen-
nil of Syria's ruling Ba'ath party
leclared in Damascus that Arabs
.oil Id regain their "lights in Pal-
stine" only by a "war of libera-
ion" against Israel. He urged cit-
izens of all Arab countries to join
in a "popular mobilization" in
Syria.
Th'.- Syrian Government began
such a recruiting campaign two
weeks ago and a spokesman said
that 150.000 had been recruited to
date. The occasion for the Attassi
threats was the annual denuncia-
tion in the Arab countries of the
issuance by Britain on Nov. 2.
1917 of the Balfour Declaration
favoring a Jewish national home
in Palestine.
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The statement stressed the time
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The Guardian, one of Britain's
most prestigious newspapers,
suggested soberly that the
"abortive attempts" by the
United Nations Security Council
to deal with the worsening bor-
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stage before Israeli diplomacy
gives way to military action."
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Friday, November 1!
Welcoming paid-up members and their es-
corts to South Dade Division, Greater Miami
Section, National Council of Jewish Women's
ccla dinner party, held on Saturday night,
Oct. 22, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Rosenberg, are officers and spouses (left to
right): Host and hostess, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Rosenberg, Mr. and Mrs. Burton Levey, Mr.
and Mrs. Alfred Moss, Mi. and Mrs. Jerold
Schwarz, and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Oppen-
heim.
Susskind Lets Negro Speak
Continued from Page 1-A
$4,000 for this act of enlightening
NBC listeners, was second only to
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LBJ Asks Gordon
To Bill-Signing
President Johnson has invited
Jack D. Gordon, member of the i
Tade County School Board and
president of Washington Federal
Savings and Loan Association of
Miami Beach, to attend the White
Mouse signing of the Elementary
?nd Secondary Education Act and
the Higher Education Facilities
Act.
Gordon was appointed in Aug-
ust. 1965. by the Secretary of
|ealth. Education and Welfare
;..- a member of the Advisory
Council on State Departments of
Education under Title 5 of the
Education Act of 1965
He is also secretary treasurer
and member of the executive com-
rr.ittee of the National Committee
for the Support of the Public
Schools, and will serve as chair-
man of the Committee sponsored
National Conference for State
Legislative Leaders, which will
C place in Washington. D.C..
Ij in December.
lution, the war against poverty,
anti-Jewish attitudes among Ne-
groes and anti-Negro attitudes
among Jews. But a desirable
goal will not be achieved by
simply going through the acro-
batics of singling out a trio of
the obsessed and letting the
three have at it with no real
thought of balancing off the
presentation.
The outrage committed by Mr
Sukind. who made it clear in
the course of this exhibition that
he is a Jew. occurs when we need
loving thoughtfulness and dedi-
cated statesmanship in all ap-
proaches to our top domestic issue.
the emergence of American Ne-
groes as proud and determined
battlers for the right to share in
this nation's traditions, her afflu-
ence, her future, and her promise
of a sense of dignity to all.
That kind of statesmanship was
demonstrated by the recent pro-
nouncement of the National Com-
munity Relations Advisory Coun-
cil. That body made it clear that
the Jewish consensus in America
is foursquare behind the "Crisis
and Commitment" manifesto is-
sued by A. Philip Randolph. Roy
Wilkins. Whitney M. Young, and
Bayard Rustin. In the NCRAC mes-
sage, it was clearly indicated that
we are not to be misled by the
seizure upon the rhetoric accom-
panying use of the term "black
power": rather we are to under-
stand, as only mature men and
women can understand, why the
term has surfaced, what lies be-
hind its emergence.
The NCAC statement pointed
out that thoughtful American
Jews are convinced that Amer-
ican Negroes "can be accorded
the justice and equality that
are their due only through
fundamental and drastic changes
in the economic and social or-
ganization of our society. They
are convinced that such changes
can and must be made within
the framework of American po-
litical processes. They are con-
vinced that this cannot be
achieved by the group acting
alone; but requires a coalition of
all groups that are committed
to the attainment of equality
for all, under law and within
the American political system."
The NCRAC statement says fur-
ther that the commitment here
referred to demands of additional
civil rights legislation, notably a
guarantee of fair housing prac-
tices, the proper administration of
law. and the conquest of poverty
This is sensible talk and sensible
reasoning poles removed from
the antics characterizing the best-
forgotten Sus>kind program which
was carried (of all places) on Edu-
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+JeH>ist> He/ adirtr
Page 9-A
After Verwoerd, What Next for Jews?
Continued from Page 1-A
and ill''.- loll that they were
mim ingratitude.
'] don't think that actually was
case, lull thai is the feeling
..: arose lie e, and it might pos
v have given rise to anti-Semit-
- if Hendrik Verwoerd had nol
stopped in ii what he did. Dr.
rwoerd showed himself to he
man of great sagacity and
:lh of ifind. He had a quar-
iih Israel and he said so. But
evertheless he made it absolutely
...car that no difference which ex-
isted between South Africa ami
!-rael should be allowed to over-
i into any expression of anti-
.-. mitism. When one weighs up
. journey of Dr. Verwoerd from
1936 to 1966. one can see it as a
i .cat journey of principle and
oral development. The wheel
l. rned full circle, so that he not
< ly repudiated anti-Semitism him-
self, but warned the country as a
v, hole to have no truck with it."
Israeli Sympathies
What is interesting about the
alcments of Rabbis Casper and
THE NEW LEADER
in his historic setting and appreci- his historic meeting with Chief
aled his actions and motivation, l.eahua Jonathan, the Prime Min-I
There was another remarkable ister of Basutoland. which seemed
thing about the reactions to Dr. |0 promise a more fruitful era of
Verwoerd's assassination which cooperation between the white and
was a tribute t.> his leadership, black states f .Southern Africa.
Despite the terrible crime, and 1 In-
national shock and grief, there WtMf Premier
was no panic. During his premier
ship, he had conditioned the na- From mnur"l"- the nation
tion to face tensions calmly. So turned lo meet the new Prime
people carried on soberly with .Minister who v.as elected by Gov-
SXiSSJ^TSm "nm!......-^s of parliament.
ing Premier, Dr. Bben Donges, to iu' Jlv''"'""1 Balthazar Johan-
maintain ualinnal calm. There was nes Vorster was unanimously chos-:
no hysteria, there were no angry on Dr. Verwoerd's successor. It
demonstrations. Though il was re was the culmination of a meteoric
ported that the assassin was ol rise, going over the heads of his
Greek descent, people didn't as- Cabinet seniors First elected to
sault Greeks or damage the street-1 parliament in 1953. he became
corner cafes which in South Africa Deputy Minister of Kducation. Arts.
are predominantly run by Greeks.' and Sciences in Dr. Verwoerd's
It was an indication of the sense Cabinet in 1958: and Minister of
of law and order which is deeply Justice in 1961. a portfolio in which
ingrained in South African society, he emerged as the Cabinet's strong:
The state funeral was simple! man' ,akin" radical steps for the
and dignified. All sections were
i represented at it black no less
years in Israel Rabbi Casper ,nan wh>tc- Some foreign news-; a man of principle whose intellec-
as dean of students at the Hebrew] Papers were sarcastic about -the tual honesty has carried him away
University and Rabbi Super on: African chiefs in their separate! from the authoritarian policies he
espoused in the World War II
PRIME MINISTER V0RS1ER
meteoric rise
maintenance of law and order.
Like Verwoerd. he is said to be
chiefs in
Super is that both were made by ; the editorial staff of the Jerusa-1 enclosure," but this was a mis-
men who were born and educated lem Post so that they could be i interpretation: while they might
ip England, so that they would i expected to sympathize more with! have disagreed with Dr. Ver-
have a feeling about the Common- Israels attitude to South Africa | woerds policies, Africans respect-1 dress to Parliament as Prime Min
ealth which Dr. Verwoerd had than with Dr. Verwoerd's resent-1 ed Verwoerd the man. Moreover. | ister. he declared: "I believe in
lift: and each had spent some ment of it. Yet both saw the man i he had been struck down just after parliamentary procedure and in
years, when he was interned for
political reasons. In his first ad-
Parliament. and I will make it my
duty lo always uphold everything
that Parliament stands for.''
In his first broadcast to the na-
tion, he pledged that he would
work for the unit} of the white
population and the separate de-
velopment of lion whiles, which,
he claimed "would do justice to
every population group and give
the colored people, the Indiana
and the Bantu the opportunity io
develop and advance without re-
striction or frustration.' He pledg-
ed the maintenance of law and
order and protection of the lives
and property of all citizens. In for-
eign relations, he pledged non-
interference in the affairs of other
states, saying: "We seek friend-
ship from ail in the knowledge
that the only lasting friendship is
friendship which is not bought,"
Every Consideration
People who know Mr Vorstei
say he is far from being the file-
brand which his opponents paint
him. Jews who know him say he
is well disposed to the Jewish
community. The S.A. Jewish Board
of Deputies and the S.A. Zionist
Federation have sent him mes-
sages conveying the good wishes
of the Jewish community on his
assumption of the premiership.
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Friday, November 11. 1966
Sen. Morse at Beth Sholom Saturday
Bf TM TOR AH HONORS RABBI SfC. B
TEMPIE MCNORAH PIANS SEC. B
SEN. WAVNf A40ffS
Nazi Victories
In Hesse Voting
Worries Bonn
Continued from Page 1-A
ocratic Party came next, with 26
seats, while the Free Demo-
cratic Party won 10 seats. The
small Federation for Refugees
and Disfranchised, which has
been in the Social Democrat-
dominated State coalition, did
very badly in the voting.
Minister of the Interior Paul
Luecke, who had .some months aj;o
ipenly called the NDP a "neo-
Nazi" group, said thai the party's
strength in the elections in
which it had polled more than
200.000 Hesse votes is "an alarm
signal that should not be played
down
"All the strength of democracy
must he put wit" ael on in counter
he added
Bruno lii ck, a dI h i i ember ol
he i ablnet, said I am \ er> wor-
are not old
Ka the iteration,
. 18 and 30" Eric Mende,
leader ol the Free Di mocratic
Part; took i ol the fad
thai i" ople had
their for the NDP ticket.
'. vi ce" in official Ger-
many that applauded the voting
results was Heinrich fassbcnder,
leader ol the NDP in Hesse He ig-
nored charges that, during the
election campaign, the Nazi trend
of his membership had shown up
in the fact that the campaign post
eis en many other candidates had
beer fltieared with swastikas. He
said oat right today that the lies-;,'
results have projected the NDP
onto the national political scene
"This election." he boasted, "is the
springboard from which we shall
jump itlto national polities "
Saturday night. Temple Beth
Sholom will hold its 12th annua
dinner on behalf of Israel Bonds
at the Fontaincblcau Hotel at 7
p.m.
Sen. Wayne Morse tDcm.-Orc.)
will be guest speaker, and Mr. and
Mrs. Abe C. Fine, veteran com-
munity leaders on behalf of Israc
and many philanthropic causes,
will be honored. Mr. and Mrs.
Fine will be the recipients of the
coveted Israel "Chai" Award.
Sen. Morse is noted for his
independence of mind and his
identification with humanitarian
principals. He has been a
staunch friend of Israel in the
Senate.
Elected originally as a Republi-
can. Sen. Morse resigned from that
party in 1953 to become the only
Independent in the Senate. The
following year, he joined the Dem-
ocratic Party. He was reelected as
a Democrat to the Senate in 1956
and again in 1962.
A leading spokesman in favor
of federal public power and ami-
cultural conservation programs.
Sen. Morse is a member of the
Senate Committee on Foreign Re-
lations. Labor and Public Welfare.
Small Business and the District of
Columbia.
UFO to be Discussed
"Unidentified Flying O Jectir" is
the topic to be presented 'iy Nor-
man Beam at the "V's" Social Sin-
gles monthly meeting 1 londay,
Nov. 21, 8:30 p.m.. in the Golden
Key Room. 8500 SW 8-! St.. it
was announced by Hewitt D.
Weiss, president of the C lib. The
"Y*s" Social Singles Club 'S open
to all single men and mien, 28
years of age and over.
He is chairman of the Foreign
Relations Committee's subcommit-
tee on Latin American Affairs, and
of the education subcommittee of
the Senate He also serves on the
Senate's Special Committee on
Aging.
Sen. Morse was for many years
prior to his public service a
noted educator and legal expert.
Appointed assistant professor of
law at the University of Oregon
in 1929, he was named dean of
the Law School two years later
at the age of 30, and served in
Beachite Gathers
C of C Members
illment of 114 new members
in less than 12 months is only
the beginning for Miami Beach
Chamber of Commerce lifetime
member Ben Ziofl Ginsburg
He is already Wbrking on bring-
ing in his second 100 members
within the next 12 months Gins-
burg. chairman of the Chamber
membership committee, was re-'
cently presented with a yold Life-
time Membership Card for his ef-
fort in enrolling those lOOplus
new members within a 12-month
period.
A mortgage broker from Chi-
cago. Ginsburg has lived in his
home on Prairie Ave Miami ,
Beach, since 1948 His hobhy is
organisational work.
Rabbi Leon Kronish congratulates Mr. and Mrs. Abe C. Fine,
who have been selected to receive the Israel "Chai" Award
for their lifelona service to the State of Israel. The Award will
be presented at" the Beth Sholom Israel "Chai" Dinner of State
on Saturday night at the Fontainebleau Hotel. Guest speaker
at the occasion will be Sen. Wayne Morse.
that capacity and as a professor 0f Temple leaders serving on the
of law until 1944. Earlier he nost committee,
taught at the Universities of
Wisconsin and Minnesota.
Louis F. Snetman. president of
the congregation, noted that the
first Temple Beth Sholom dinner
for Israel Bonds set the pattern
for similar dinners by synagogues
:tii< 1 temples throughout the coun-
try and has established a tradition
in Greater Miami
Chairmen of the committe of
hosts are Mr. and Mrs. Jonas J.
Brotman. who served in a similar
capacity lasl year. They are as-
sisted bv a distinguished roster
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11. 1966
* to*tet> fkirarHmm
Page 11-A
DURING THE WEEK... AS I SEE IT
Vie
nued from Page 4 A
mans must make up in -nine
way for the minor error of
ir ways during the Hitler er;i
nsin sees a good omen m
h*t appears to be an nninmenl
tumge in government, mm thai
hiuicellor Erhard is in 11ouhu-
et Mayor Brandi m West
i. He escaped from Cei
tarry during -the War anil went
'. He's very hospitable
ati affable fellow. His dem
c feelings are a mattei <>i
rd, and he *rae oleeied i a
ws 'New'People
good majority. That he seems a
possible sucoessor to Erhard also
suggests that the German people
despite their strange ambival
ences so far as .lews and the
Third Reich are concerned, still
consider fieedom their future."
I recalled the Germans on noil-
clay I had seen in Israel often
you could tell them by their
shorts, different shorts from a
kibbut/nik's. less casual, more
severe in feeling. I recalled them
walking aim In arm. desperately
reaching out for a word of kind
ness. guilt and shame contort in"
b^idney Ansin in West Berlin with Mayor Willy
where Ansin invited the Mayor to visit Miami in the
future.
ear future.
.
CiviJ Rights Group
To Help Rockwell

id from I'dqe 1 A
itional issues, not Hock
m
velopment five of
fft-crs were arrest-
Htricd to distribute
Hdiii of a Chicago
^Hiieh
unrest. They were
isorderly conduct
HH than under
afmn^ hate materials
| I M-and marches by such
tatendmeni- to strengthen
panoes were intrnduced
City Council and
mittee.
ent would raise
r violation of the
ing distribution of
prurient interests"
m S50 to S500 for,
The amendment
such material to \
hich "appeals to j
or ethnic hatred" ]
redeeming social 1
amendment would
lawful to create a
sent danger of ar-
defacement or
lul trespass against
r group of persons
iis or their race, re-
national origin or
>ny means or meth-
Jg the public dis-
[swastlka or regalia
(lux Klan for the
nviting or stimulate
[assault, battery er
other unlawful trespass against
any person or group, etc."
The amendment would also make
it unlawful to "create a clear and
present danger of arson, vandal
ism, defacement or other unlawful
trespass against property because
of the race, religion, color, nation
al origin or ancestry of the owner.
possessor or authorized user or
users of said property or, in the
case oi a cemetery, or the deced-
ent buried therein Violations <>!
the second amendment would be
punishable with fines of not less
than S50 or more than S500 for
each offense.
Sky Lake Sets
Consecration
The following children were
consecrated during Friday nighl
services conducted by Rabbi Jos-
eph E. Caplan at Sky Lake Syna-
gogue:
Michael Freimark. Mark Flunk,
Vieki Finnk. Mark Frimowitz,
Scott Gans. Howard Goldman.
Steven Goldstein. David Heling.
Neil Herman, Glen Herman, Gary
Kaplan, Steven Kaufman. Uri Levi.
Daniel Levi, Michael Levi, Philip
I'adowitz, Jeffrey Padowita, David
Padowitz, Harvey Rosen. Elliot
Rosen, Michael Rosen, Rogers Wil-
son, Carl Padowitz, Adam Pado-
witz, Michael Goldman, Marcelle
Goldman, Amye Tunick, Michael
Salles. Robert Salles, and Jeffrey
Finnk.
their laces, trying to make na-
tional amends in a personal way,
neurotically disturbed and there-
tore ineffective.
"The guilty ones-.'" Ansin said,
reminding me of the Frau Goer
ing interview in the Munich
press, which was engineered to
do away with the guilt and the
shame. "The guilty ones? They're
the idealists like the white
Americans who join Negro civil
rights marches."
That's precisely what the Ger-
mans in Israel were like. The de-
tachment he described in Berlin
and Munich, the cabbie and the
Bavarian types in the Hofhrau-
haus they rang the real bell
of Sieg Hell memory, no matter
what our Jewish delegations tell
us about the new Germany.
Sidney D. Ansin, president of WCKT Ch. 7, tours Radio Free
Europe headquarters in Munich, Germany.
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rCclia io it s *^<
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Hotel. 6423 Collinj Ave. Orthodox.
Srulay 4:4.". p.m. Saturda) 9 R m;
Incha i 15 p.m.
ETH DAVIO 26K SW 3rd Ave. Con
servative. Rabbi Sol Landau. Ca-itor
William W. Lipaon.
h^i May ."> and 8:15 p.m. Bermon:
"Theocracy in [arael?" Baturdaj '
a.m. Sermon: "The Torah Leaaon
Bar Mltavah: Bob i: son "f Mr. and
Mr* Stewarl Sunaeae. Minolta p.m.
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Solomon Sch'ft
FYtday S:lfi p.in Saturda) 8:30 a.m.
Veterans Day aermon: "A World |
without Conflict." Mincha .". p.m.
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Berel Wein.
i la} 8:25 p.m. Saturday 9 b m.
ETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Benjamin Ben.An.
Prlda) *:15 p.m. Wterana Da> aer-
mon l> the War In Viet Nam Sec-
esaary?" Samuel Koetoff w ill repre-
-iii th.- Murray Solomon Poal of
Coral (Sablea, Jewish War Veteran*.
m b, Lillian Brotman will sponsor tin
i )n*a Rhabbat Bal urda) I- a n
Sermon These ar< Our Children."
". pin "Our FJellnquenl Children."
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION
13630 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative.
Rabbi David Rosenfeld. Cantor Sey-
mour Hinkea.
Kri'lav B:15 pm Uueal api-aker, Mar-
y Martin Topic: "A Page from Jew
isi, Hlatiey." Unas rhalibai hosted
b) Sisti ill.....I Snl ii da' I"- .i in
Sermon: "Portion "f tin Week."
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BETH SOLOMON. 50 NW 51st PI.
Conservative. Rabbi Aharon M. Feier.
!' .i> 8 i.*. p.m. Sermon "The ';<"ll\
strength of larael." Gueal speaker,
M Jaj Berliner, commander, Mm .n
Soli in.in Poal Topli Tin Signifi-
cance of Veterans Day." Onea Shnli-
:.it sponsored by Murray Solomon
l'<.st ami Ladles Auxiliary, t'"':il Oa-
bles Jewish Wai Veterans, Saturda)
t a in Sermon: "Portion "T Ihe
v\ .-. k." Mincha 5 :'" p.m.
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BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid Ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E, Rackovsky
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BETH TORAH. 164th St. and NE 11th
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
tchiti. Cantor Jacob Renzer.
Prldaj ."..'in and 8 l". pm. Saturda)
K.;W a.m. Bar Mltavah: Peter, son
if Mr. nnil Mrs. Edward Manadorl
M'ncha &:30 p.in
CANDLLIGHT1NG TIME
28 Heshvan 5:16 p.m.
3-NAI RAPHAEL 1401 NW 183rd St.
Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richtei
Cantor Jack Lerner.
Friday 8:13 pin. Veterans l* Sab-
bath Uuesl spe.iker, Noah Schlael,
David Man is Post Jewish War Vet-
erans Topli.....I'll.- Veterans In Am.:
:
l,-a
Mincha
p.m.
FT. LAUDERDALE JEWISH CEN-
TER. 547 E. Oakland Park Blvd
Prlda) 8:13 p.m. Ouesl speaker. Ar-
thur A. Belevan, Plrrlda State !'-
.;ii lineni Jun oi \ Ice omn
!'..; |i r. with Honor." Mr and
Mrs Charles Dlekson will celebrate
their 1 Itll .(lir.i\ ;>:tr>
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HEBREW ACADEW 2-no Pmetree
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S
Gross.
Pi; ::i>
Mil.' ha
Sat it' da)
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HEBREW LESSON
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Kol Yisrael The Voice of Israel
In the year 1936. the "Palestine
Broadcasting House" hegan to
broadcast from Ramallah. With
great emotion the announcer
called: "Hello. Hello, this** Jeru- j
salem speaking." Large crowds'
gathered in the streets of Jerusa |
lem near the few places that had
radio receivers.
The station director was, of.
course, an Englishman. The news |
went through a severe censorship1
by the British. There were also na
tional sons that were "not liked" I
by the British
When the British left the coun-
try, the broadcasting station pass-
ed into our hands. One of the j
Jewish Post Office engineers set
up a broadcasting set under-j
ground. From here, the Hagana
broadcast.
In Jerusalem, battles raged.'
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber-
Saturda) N 8fl i m Sermon "Pwaitive
in Negative e Need Both "
Mincha !' p.m.
----
iEPHARDIC JEW.SH CENTER. 645
Collins Ave. Rev Cantor Sadi Nah
mm.
Friday Mincha .'. p.m. Saturday 8:80
a.m.
---- ---
iKV LAKE SYNAGOGUE 18151 Nt
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonan
E. Cao'an.
Kr.ii.i> 8:16 p.m. Sermon: "Are Juda- j
i.-m .iii.i iiii.s, nnil Reconcilable t" \
'ii. j .~ii.ii.iiat hostea by Mr. and Mra.
..i.i> i rxl.t*-. &al :;*> H a.m. bei*-
m..n "The Eternal Struggle." Km-
ciiu S:13 p in. j
----
TEMPLt AOATH YESHURUN. Con
ae'vaiive. io^o ne icjiu at.. Miami
oardens Rd. Rabbi Milton Schlinsky.
cantor Maur.ce Neu.
Fria..> 8:13 p.m. Veterans 1 >..> Ber-
lin n I he > .uian iii Amei Ii -'
'....>: ap aker, b*iiian -i Mandel, past
. ..!,,.. .a, n r. Department riondu.J
lewlsh Wai \,-..r.n.> saiurou) v
a in Mini li.i 8 p.m
e-----
TEMPLE BETH AM. 396U It. Kendall
Oi.. So. Min.i. !" RaoDi
rtcioeri Baumg.ird. Cantor Micnaei
Kyrr.
Prida) *'-'" p.m Sermon n honor "t
. i .in lucatli>u Week "Qi .1.-
an 1 1 i- blema 01 American Kni.i.i-
tion Uaa Mltavah: Robin, daugtiter
.11 and .m 11.. in i.'-v Ine. Sat-
II 1.. a.111 i ': Musvan s*te-
phei 111 ul 1 >r and Mr.-. Hui old
Miorm -"ti -i Mi and
.1 > 1 lou .ii .1 *i 1 .:./.
---
TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY-
vOOD. Uol S 14th Ave Reform
Rauui Samuel Jaffa.
Frlda> 13 |>.m l>fflcera and trustees
a 1 liista led anu hew inembei
.ii-.-. : 1 Saturda)
\i /. 1 Jon, son "t y.i and Mrs
Paul '. 11. urg.

TEMPLE BETH RAPHAEL. 1545
Jefferson Ave. Conservative. Cantor
Saul H. Breeh.
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TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chas.
Ave. Liberal. Rabui Leon Kronisn
Cantor David Convisar.
Prlda) i*:lfi p.m Sermon: "Should
i;.-t"i :n 1 "iicii". .ii 'ii.- Have a i'al
'I an' Saturda) lu:43 a.m. !!-
Mltivah Nam > I .1 .i ; da ighli 1 01
A bra ill U iki r ami Ihe Inti Mrs.
linker
TFMPLE BETH TOV. 6A'-8 SW 8tn
St. Conservative. Rabbi Simon April.
I rida) 8 1.1 p.m. Veternns 1 a) sei ^
ii r ;u, ap< ,k. r, M01 Zip|H :.
congregation president Saturda) 8
a.m.
TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NA
22nd Ave. Conservative. Cantor
Aoraham Reiseman.
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TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washing-
ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler
\ Prlda) :. and 8:S0 p.m. Veteran* Da)
sermon "Whal Price l-'i.....lorn." Dan-
iel Neal Heller, pasi national com-
mander of the Jewlah Wnr Vettrans,
' ill extend greetings Saturda) :
.1 in Sermon "Weekl) Portion of the |
I Bible." Bar Mltavah: Kenneth Mark.
son "f Mr. and Mrs, Michael Soaslu
Jund r congregation in the Assi
Hall .'t HI :;n am
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TEMPLE ISRAEL OF GREATER MI-
AMI. 137 NE 19th St. Reform. Rabo>
Joieph R. Narot.
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TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIRAMAR
3500 SW 69th Way. Conservative.
Rabbi Irwin Cutler.
I Prlda) 8:13 pm Sermon In honor of
, new members: -What \v- Should and
Should Not Expect lr.nn the S>na-
| S"Klli- "
! TEMPLE JUDEA. 5500 Granada Blvd
Liberal-Reform. Rabbi Morris Kip-
per
I"' Ida) 6 iii p.m Sal irdu) 11:13 a m
Bar Mltavah: Moaa, .-"ii of Dr. and
Mrs. Irwin Jacobs.
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TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Nico Feldman
Prlda) 8:15 p.m. Sermon dedicated t"
Peace Day: "Swords into Plow-
aharea Jewlah War Veteran* and
1'nite.i Synagogue Vouth will pan
cipate m sen Ices. Saturda) 8 .1 m
Sermon; "The Portl......t the law
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TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Laooviti. Can-
tor Edward Klein.
Pi Ida) 15 p.m, Veterans l >a) ser-
mon "Peace in Our Times." Satur- ,
1 iv r. a m Bar Mltavah: Jeff Law-
rence and Mitchell Jed, sons Convovs tried the break through Harriet Ualler.
. service 1
the Oneg Shabbai Baturdaj t.a
-----e
TEMPLE ZION. 8000 Miller Rd. Con-
servitive. Rabbi Alfred Waxman.
F ii.. :". p m Sei n in U14-
one W 1 In En all W .1
Waxman, honornr) chaplain Stati -:
V Ji M Ish W a: \ <,. I I..-. H i
Intro i Slai hter
v\ -' M ami I' 1st, l V t..... 1 Wt -
'.ii- : 1
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TEMPLE ZAMORA 44 Zamora Ava
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell 3er
ee. Cantor Ben Dickson.
Prlda) 8:1" ii.m. Queal speaker, Alns-
lee K l' r.ti.- ..f th^ Jewish Wai Vet-
ana Topli
\ irl.-a." Satunl
flFERETH ISRAEL 66O0 M u
*ve Conserve v. jS'J. M n
We-n.rv lbl" Hi
'-'V
? rida) 5:13 p
ni'ii War ., : .
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YOUNO ISRAEL
Rabbi Sherv
Pincus Aloof.
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tali Porush.
3UNG ISRAEL. >* .
Rabbi Sherwm sti ba, r' "
Pincus Aloof. c'-:i
OUNG ISRAEL OF MlAaii or
HOLLVWOOD ul S'NAI. 1201
Johnson St. Conserv-itive Rabb'
David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah
Heilbrann
ISRAELITE CENTER 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L
Drazin. Cantor William B. Nussen.
sen.
Prlda) 5:30 ami vl.*> p.m. Member*
of Norman Bruci Brown Poat, Jewish
War Veteran*, v^ill parti, pati i
aeri ce and hoal the Oneg Shablmt.
Saturda) N 15 m Sermon "Does
Prayer RenII) Help?"
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JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave
Ortho4ox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern
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KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield
Cantor Abraham Seif.
I"' Ida > p hi >.' m da) 3u
Sermon "Brother Fights Brothei
i to : 3*1 p.m Classes in Talmud and
Eth i !' the Fathers
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Conservative
ami. Rabbi
tor Herman
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
Rituals of Judaism
Make Faith Richer
By RABBI MAYER ABRAMOWITZ
Temple Menorah
Of Rabbi Meir. it is said: He
found a pomesranatc Its seed he
ate. its skin he threw away "
The Talmud intends to teach us
a lesson by this parable: knowing
how to distin-
guish between
t h e important
and unimportant.
Very often in
life, we find that
each of us fails
to make that dis-
tinction. Too of-
ten, we choose
the artificial and
reject the gen-
uine: the medi-
ocre and reject
the sup e r i o r .
Our choice o f
reading matter. D(lbbj AhrBmowill
our predilection
for art. music, even friends, may
well be cases in point.
Regrettably, in our religious life,
we often make the same mistakes.
We choose the skin and reject the
moat. Thi' essence of religion is
in the words of our Talmud. To
purify man. man's behavior" The
very purpose of all ritual is to do
only that When a person observes
the rituals of his faith and does
!iot feel their impact upon his
moral character, he may. in con-
trast to Rabbi Meir. be choosing
the skin and rejecting the fruit.
The Prophet Malachi. whose
woids are read in the Turah Por-
tion this week, denounces the
'priests of his day for this very sin.
The sacrifices which they brought
into the Temple may have been
Important, but over and above the
ritual which they observed at the
altar of God. "the priests' lips
should keep knowledge, and peo-
ple should seek the law from His
mouth."
Ritual is the outer garb of re-
ligion. It is important because it
gives the Jew "his personality."
The rituals identify the Jew as a
Jew. Additionally, however, the
T,m m c*
operation with .-.. v.<,.
ami Rabbinical .-\
Coordinator ,, lf.
pearmg hrrf is
DR MAX 1IPSCHITZ
I spiritual Ifj.if- ., Tor-1j.
C< Rfregdtion '. Mu-ii
Beach
ritual must have an effect of in
ethical and moral character Dl
paiticipant. In the ol I yeshiva, we
learned not onlj ralmud, but i Mussar; not onlj the minutia )
Jewish law. but the inspiration i!
Jewish ethics Where there is
ual without character purifies!
there is, in the words of Malachi,
despising the Name ol God
Since the written word is often
subject to misleading misinterprii
tation. this short article, too. *
probably be misread and misin-
terpreted, The intention is no; !i
denigrate ritual. Judaism withou
ritual is like an emptj shelL Rj: :
er. the intention i> to elevate ril i
ual. for its true quality can
be judged by its lasting efl
uuon wholesome charactei
ing of the observai I lew
Or Olom Atid
Elects Officers
Temple Or Olom Atid. :
adult group, has elected B<
Weinberg to the office of prev
ident.
Serving with him will be A n
Altman. vice president; Su-.. i
Aaronson. secretary: CJail Vii
sky, treasurer: and Hail B. V
antz. public relations chairman
The group, which meets
Sundav at 7:30 p.m in Tempi."'
Olom. is open to r.wn and or-i
between the ages of 18 and 24
to besieged Jerusalem. The favor- temple or olom.
ite program was "Messages to the1 *75,5 J' 16,n Miami Rabbi
o u: Ralph C I i x m a n Can
Soldiers. Marchbein.
_ o. e < I Prlaaj s:;" p.m. Baturdaj 8;4S a.m
The State of Israel was estab- Bar Mltavah: s..n:.ml son of >Ii
lished. "The Voice of Jerusalem", ""' *" M'ehael Farber.
began again to broadcast in He temple smulom. 132 sw 11th Ava.,
brew. Onlv the name was changed Pompano Beach, conservative. Rab-
to "Kol Yutrael" "The Voice of ua!H'"" A Skop Cio,or Leon
Israel Those who were children p."'Pano Shoiom
in the days of the Mandate and Nam BlmSma Iwem'ii ""'"'" '
participated in the programs for ____
you,,, people now became pro- TE^LlE*> vFe *_ %
gram-arrajlM4S. Manua Ranson. Cantor Chst G.ile.
PTlday 11 Ua nil toi l-v.i- '
Snce thert. much electricity has v- i> >- -
passed along the wires. From one: I'm, \? *%,h**\ .
hour of Hebrew broadcasting "Kol ^'- nwltt l'oi Ivuiah SVai
Yisrael" has arrived at 20 hours..;.': rii- 1:. .n-.i,,
111. .v i^ 1 III rr '" ''' < 'ini' .
Added to this. "KoM Israel Offers St-i ..... we special broadcasts for new immi '"""-' Bbh"___^___
grants in Israel and for the Jews temple tifereth jacob 951 e
[ ,lu. diaspora. R,hbbiAMaurica KlVn. C"-""W^
Published by Brith Ivrith Olamith I S^.f 5p!
SYNOPSIS OF THE TORAH PORTION TOL DOTH
Isaac blesses Jacob, whose arms are wrapped in the skin> at j
of young goats.
And his father Isaac said unto him: 'Come near now. an
kiss me. my son' And he smelled the smell ol Ins iaimen.
and blessed him" (Gen. 27. 26-27).
TOL'DOTH Like Sarah. Rebekah at first was barren. After
Isaac prayed to God on her behalf, she bore twin boys *"
and Jacob. Esau grew up a hunter. Jacob an upright dwelie
tents. One daw Esau returned from the field vet) ,uin-l> f
disdainfully sold his "elder son" birthright to Jacob for a P01
lentil .soup. Isaac was old and blind and likely to die >(*The_
called Esau and instructed him to prepare Isaacs favorite a
that he might bless him before his death. .
However, Rebekah. who favored Jacob for his ^l"'"0' Z,
its. arranged for Jacob to secure his fathers coveted oles> .
stead of his elder brother. Fearing Esau's revenue and a ^
lest Jacob marry a Canaanite woman, his mother sen ^
her brother Laban. who lived in Paddan-Aram. Before ^j
Jacob received Isaac's blessing, the continuation of j.od s rf
blessing to Abraham: that he and his seed would inherit flS
of Canaan. Isaac bade Jacob marry one of his uncle
hters.
Thii recounting of tha Weekly Portion of the ^'"ewiih
tracted and based upon "The Graphic History of trie ^ ,f
Horitage" edited by P. Wollman-Tsamir, $15 r" N#w
Shengold, and the volume is available at 11 w!Uia"? J'|uni
York 5, N.Y. President of the society distributing "
is Joseph Schlang. ?i
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Page 13-A
JEWISH FEDERATION TURNS DOWN REQUEST FOR FUNDS
Dr. Narot Slated
air Housing Seeks Sectarian Assist V^iPi1
*> ^-wa -^'v _L -M. <_^ _7 _7 *-" ce oblation of Nat ona .!<
I
By RANDY FUHR
A Miami Fair Housing Agency
f ;;iicst for $5,000 for "seed mon-
, as initial operating funds has
i n turned down by the execu-
,i committee of the Greater Mi-
ll Jewish Federation.
he agency is dedicated to non-
. criminatory practices and in-
.ration in public housing.
The Federation turned down the
(quest following study by the
i u'ly-created Federation public
ijfairs committee which, accord-
g to Richard Horwich, chairman,
t iiorted the pros and cons of
. ch an allocation."
'We gave the executive com-
-ittee of Federation a report,
-ct a final decision," Horwich
tiplained, adding that "we rec-
rcniie there is a dire need for
--> Fair Housing program,
hich merits strong Jewish com-
-unity support."
ich was careful to point
however, that if the Fedora
opened its doors to the Fair
ising Agency, then it would
to support the requests of
lar agencies. "The Federation
..- not previously supported non-
an agencies, even though
needs may be ethically and
rally right." he declared.
Protestants Contribute
Similar requests for $5,000 con-
ditions were made of the Cath-
Diocese here and representa-
' spokesmen of the Protestant
inity.
testants nave already con-
d to the FHA request The
Diocese expects to reach
sion sometime in December.
laking the request of the Fed
: in bthalf of the Fair HOUS-
- Agency were Mrs. Eleanor
assistant director of the
Miami Chapter of the
i ican Jewish Committee, and
Irs Gail Silverman, also of the
..'Committee here. Mrs. Lipton
oted that "Just as Cleveland has
slum problem, a similar situation
(uld arise right here in Miami
ithout community relations im-
n vements."
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-Mrs. Lipton said that the Fair
Housing Agency meets the needs
oi our inequity-stricken com-
munity. "
Meanwhile. Ed Tucker, direc-
tor of the office of community
service of the Catholic Diocese
of Greater Miami, told The Jew-
ish Floridian en Wednesday
that "our decision to meet or
turn down the FHA request will
rest upon whatever action the
Jewish Federation has taken."
Tucker said that "Fr. Martin
Walsh will make the final decision
as chairman of the Diocese Human
': Relations Board."
Civic Organization
H. B. Sissel. executive director
of the Metro Community Relations
Board, told The Jewish Floridian
that "a religious agency such as
the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration has to bo autonomous
when requests are made for fund
allocations."
Despite the sound of its name,
the Fair Housing Agency is not
a federal arm of the civil rights
movement. It is a branch of the
Metro Community Relations Board.
Explaining the Protestant com-
munity's positive response to the
plea fr funds. Mrs. Joan Gross,
executive director of the Christian
Community Service Agency, noted
that "we were the first group to
give the FHA its $5,000 The re-
quest had been received in May.
and our board of directors reach-
ed its decision on June 22."
Mrs. Gross added that "the
Fair Housing Agency was the
only foreseeable group to cope
with fair housing, which we
have found to be a major prob-
lem in Miami. Our studies show-
ed a lack of adequate housing
for Cubans and Negroes. The
FHA's long-range purpose is the
dissolution of Ghetto patterns
of Negro living."
Arthur Rosichan. executive di-
rector of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation, amplifying on the
Federation action, declared that
"the Federation has not. up to
Sunday Talk on Crime
Dr. Maxwell Dauer. Temple '
Beth Am vice president of pro-!
gramming. announces that at the
congregational breakfast on Sun-
day, 10 a.m.. Hank Messick will i
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this point, directly budgeted any
non-sectarian activity."
Rosichan stressed that an "allo-
cation to a norvsectarian agency
would mean not only a change in
policy but a revision of our con-
stitutional provisions because
there are many non-sectarian or-
ganizations beside this one which
merit community support."
Dan Sladden, executive director
of the Fair Housing Agency, told
The Jewish Floridian that "we
hope to clean up slum or Ghetto
patterns and to educate housing
owners that all are equal."
Defending the FHA request
fiom the Federation, Sladden
noted that "our agency is an out
growth of the Metro Community
Relations Board and the Ad Hoc
Committee. I don't see where an.
entire policy change would be
necessary by the Federation." He
emphasized his "immense disap-
pointment" in what he called the
Federation's "flat denial of need-
ed funds."
Horwich stressed that "it was
the public affairs committee's
feeling that unless the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation is will-
ing lo change its policies and al-
locate funds to non-sectarian or
inter-sectarian agencies, then it
could not rightfully grant the re-
quest of the Fair Housing
Agency."
"As the community agency
which represents the Jewish pop-
ulation of the Greater Miami area.
the Fedeiation recognizes thai.it
must take an interest in public
affairs."
Individual Responsibility
It was, in fact, this interest that
led to the recent formation of the
public affairs committee, he ex-
plained.
Joseph M. I.ipton, president of
Federation, announced that "the:
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
supports specific Jewish causes.
Although the Fair Housing Agency-
is essential to the welfare of our
community and deserves commun-
ity suppbrf,' ff is a responsibility
for each and every individual cit-
izen, rather than for a sectarian
agency."
Committee Members
I.ipton noted that, despite the
decision, "the Jewish community
continues to remain interested in
questions dealing with the rights
of its people, as well as the rights
and privileges of other minorities.
When moves to push representa-
tive organizations of the Jewish
community fail, then the individ-
ual citizen must act to protect his
rights of equality."
Members of the newly-created
public affairs committee include
Judge Frederick N. Barad, Mey-
er Bass, Dr. Sol Center, Murray
Dubbin, Leon Fisher, David B.
Fleeman, Efraim Gale, Seymour
Gelber, Sol Glatstein, Dr. Mich-
ael Goodman, Mrs. David Kirsh.
Also Habbi I .con Kronish. Joseph
M. I.ipton. Kenneth Myers. Mrs.
Stanley C. Myers, Mrs. Philip
Pearlinan. Maurice Pearlstein, Leo
Rose, Jr.. Robert Shevin, and l.ouis
Schwartzman.
annual
celebration of National Jewish
Book Month, the Surf-Bal Bay
Branch of the City of Miami Pub-
lic Library will present Dr. Joseph
R. Narot next Wednesday evening,
8:15 p.m., in the auditorium of
the Community Center, 9301 Col-
lins Ave.
Dr. Narot, spiritual leader of
Temple Israel, is a Phi Beta Kappa
graduate of Western Reserve Uni-
versity and Hebrew Union Col-
lege.
Dr. Narot is chairman of the
Dade County Community Rela-
tions Board, member of Dade.
County Economic Opportunity-
board and vice president of the
American Jewish Committee. He
has written several books on psy-
chological and religious subjects.
On Nov. 16. he will review his
latest hook, "For Whom the Rabbi
Speaks,'' published several months
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Today's Thought:
By DR. SAMUEL SILVER
Wedding Dance of Innocent but Genuine Gaitv
AT the wed-
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ception, pi o
pie are having
a good time
as t h e y on-
ga g e in con-
ventional ball-
room dancing.
Bui the moment the orchestra
breaks out in a truly Yiddish
wedding melody, everyone is
transported. Forgotten is the
face-to-face dance, and every-
one gathers around in a circle.
as jolly togetherness goes ram-
pant. What can compare with a
Jewish wedding dance in terms
of innocent hut genuine gaiety?
.Many people like food. But
observe people when they are
consuming Jewish delicacies.
There's nothing like it, whether
the eating place is a borschl
circuit resort or at your grand-
mother's table. llany Golden
was right when he said Jewish
food could cure an anti-Semite.
When youngsters excel, par-
ents ;.e proud. But what ec-
stasy is experienced by parents
when their youngsters do well
at a Bar Mitzvah! Their laces
gleam, and their hearts are stir-
red by the most exalted of emo-
tions, the pride that comes from
having conveyed to one's off-
spring the love of ethical
learning. Another term for the
feeling is nachas.
Intellectual discoveries are
exhilarating, But when a group
of Jewish students are able to
find still another meaning in a
familiar passage, the glee is un-
matched Even if the novel
meaning is amusing, it make.
for good cheer. For example,
the I'urim megillah begins, "It
happened in the days of Ahas-
erus." Why shouldn't it begin.
"II happened in the days of
Mordecai," the story's hero'.'
That teaches you that with a
Jew you shouldn't start up. And
did you ever see Jews at the
height of a Si T,
gathering?
Giving charit; i ., a .
rifice, but watch i
generous donor when he
finally made his am
a gift pei haps a little lar
than was intended because'
his desire to share his ,
fortune with others That*
reflects deep-scati
hearted pleasu
ray serene.
Potwopn You and Me:
By BORIS SMOLAR
The Jew Leads the New Intellectual Elite
a NEW TYPE of a Jew is now rapidly developing
in the United States He is the Jewish scientist,
professor, physicist, chemist, mathematician, re-
her, psychologist and others in the academic
elite. He is highlj respected ii Ih neral com-
munity and is looked upon with high esteem among
l< i Ih' is not inclined to deny his Jewi h identity,
but he i- either alienated from Judaism or keep-
aloof from the Jewish community.
It is estimated that the number of these young
Jewish members in the academic elite is close to
By:
100.000 Some of them are, however, beginning to
display interest in Jewish communal life and in
Jewish education. Dr. Judah Pilch, director of the
Curriculum Research Institute of the Amei can
ation toi Jewish Education, chums that Jew-
ish scientists and academicians can now be found
in ever increasing numbers in Jewish institutions.
He bases his observations on I ol Jewish
education in a number of communities conducted
in the last five years.
In each of these communities, the study com-
mission included one or more members ol tin- new
MAX LERNER
New Asia Emerged on World Scene?
if THERE IS a new Asia, as President
Johnson has been savin;:, il is In
the sense that one might have spoken
in 1947 or 1948 of a new Europe not
yet emerged, not even emerging, hut
with signs of beginning. The social
structure of Europe had sagged and
buckled under the hammer-blows of war,
and much that had stood in the way of
growth went down in the rubble. After the war the re-
newed European energies, with a strong assist from
America, began to build a new Europe.
The parallel is not complete, but there are some
striking things in it. One is the comparative roles of
Harry Truman 20 years ago and Lyndon Johnson now.
Truman started with even less knowledge of world pol-
itics than Johnson had on coming to power, and he had
less, also, of Johnson's tactical twists and turns and
brouhaha. But rather early he decided what he wanted
to do with American power in Europe, and he did it. His
stance on Greece became the Truman Doctrine, whose
essence was containment. His stance on meeting the
Soviet threat westward became NATO. His stance on
using American wealth to rebuild the European econ-
omies, and therefore their political fabric, became the
Marshall Plan.
The whole of it was remarkably successful in ful-
filling its aim, which was the containment of Soviet
power.
The parallel, of course, is between Soviet expansion-
ism in Europe in the 1940s and Chinese expansionism in
Asia i nthe 1960s. The problem is how to apply American
and Allied power to carry out containment in Asia as it
was carried out earlier in Europe.
Here is whetc the uoing gets sticky and the parallel
weakens. America didn't get involved in a war after the
war in Europe, but it has done so in Asia. There were no
anti-colonial revolutionary movements in Europe: there
are in Asia. It was harder to tag America as "imperial-
istic" and "counter-revolutionary" in Europe than it has
proved in Asia.
There are further differences: The European nations
that got Marshall Plan aid were developed economies,
while those in Asia needing a new Marshall Plan are
largely undeveloped. In Europe there was a body of men
Monnet, Bevin. Schumann, de Gaspari, Adenauer
ready to take over, as Europeans, the task made possible
by American help. In Asia, it is hard to discern such
men. Thus what happened in Europe, when the Europeans
got back on their feet and moved to organize their own
destiny, will be much harder in Asia.
Does this undercut Johnson's position on Asia'.' Some,
but not wholly. There was a power vacuum in non-Com-
munist Europe after the war, and when the Russians
offered to move in and take over, they practically forced
America to move first. There has been a power-vacuum
in non-Communist Asia. The Chinese, through their allied
guerilla movements, have been moving in. Can America
repeat its European policy and contain them?
Johnson thinks so. Feeling rather alone in the Viet
Nam war, he is using this trip to dramatize his proposi-
tion that America now has allies in Asia, as it had in
Europe. He is also serving notice on the Communists
that America doesn't intend to abandon the power-vacuum
in Asia, and that he plans to help fill it until the Asians
are strong enough to take over the resistance burden
on their own.
Capitol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN
Exhibit at Smithsonian Institute
Washington
A POORLY LABELED, exhibit
** item m Washington's Smith-
tution ma} lead to pub-
lic i m ol 'ii" role ol 10 '
brave American volunteers and 10
ships in the founding ol I
rhis summer marks the 20th
am : ii. the
! immigration program that dramatized the
ii happens that a set .
il ol '\i ta, the domestic peace corps, is a
veteran of Aliyah Beth and still retains a love of
the sea II- ;, Eiiliu Bergman, who, .ii In- teens.
sailed aboard .i -mall ship flying the star of Da1 d
lie served the compellin that emerged in the
wake of Hitlers holocaust.
Mr. Bergman recently found himself in the
Imposing new .Smithsonian Museum of History and
Technology examining the ship models on display.
His memories drilled back to days of the "illegal"
Jewish fleet 1946 to 1948. Americans were moved
to action by the plight of the refugees desperate to
leave ihe grim memories of Europe for hope in a
promised land.
Mi. Bergman noticed among the shp models
ti display a replica oi the S.S. President Warfield.
Letter known as the "Exodus." He was deepl)
ed.
Bui all the nat onal museum of the United
State, i.ad to -av about this ii hip, which
hope of a people, was thai it was
built in 1928 toi Ihe Old Hay Line to sail bel
Baltimore and Norfolk, and via- later engaged in
Jewish immigration sti.
Not a wind appeared about the epic voyage of
the "Exodus" from Prance to Palestine in July,
:ii47. nor of her human cargo of 4.550 who know-
ingly faced death at the hands of the British Navy
ralher than continued exile.
No parenthesis di cribed the cowardly attack
on the "Exodus'; by the Royal Navy in international
'ate,- Nor the murder by British Marines of
"Exodus first officer William Bernstein, an Amer-
ican volunteer, and two survivors of Nazi torture
camps.
Intelligentsia. In one community,
Dr, Pilch found that the local
stud} committee was composed of
foui c enti ts, two universitv profi
eian and three businessmen who were ;
iraduates. The Jewish educi
.ii two small schools in tv
,v ele healed by SCient
schools happened to be situa I
to famous research laboratories
In live other J< wish scl oc
the school committees on curriculi
by scientists whose fields were i
or social s i nces Information from
large suburban Jewish schools and II
rectors ol Bureaus ol Jewish i
that in each of these institutio '
or more scientists serving on the
school or Bureau.
An inquiry conducted an oi
brew high school disclosed thai 26 percent ol
respondents were children oi UniveiMl profess
social workers, engineers, doctors
researchers From an inquiry into the home
ground Oi Jewish children who live in a
hood adjacent to a large university.
Overseas Newsletter: By ELIAHU SALPFTI^
Elimination Plan
Jen
THE POPULAR WAR oi lib"
is the only way for Ihe libt
of the Arabs of Palestine and the elim-
ination of Israel." a join! commi
of the Syrian ruling Baath Party
the Algerian ruling National UN*
Front, issued in Damascus eai
September declared
It was no coincidence that Syria and Algeria
such a statement. Algeria is the only case in the M
world where a so called "popular war of liber, jo"
resulted in a victory for the rebels Syria, en the WCT
hand, is the only Arab country whose leaders, to J*
quest for Communist support, look not only towwfl
cow but also toward Peking. What the} are >a>t -
and this is now the official Syrian doctrine 0
"Palestine Question" is that the Mai's should >ur
guerrilla warfare against Israel, as a wa> of circui ing the fact that their chances of success in a It
encounter with Israel are rather shin
In pushing this idea. Syria more or less an
among the Middle Eastern Arab countries is* j
throwing a challenge not only to the "read MO
ing not pro-Soviet) Arab countries like Jordan or ^"
but also to the progressive Bfiypl Nasser has^
stated that the Arabs cannot attack
divided ii.e. not all under Egyptian
therefore weak." The Arabs must fil
to Strike a mortal blow at Israel bel
Nasser maintained a thesis disl
rulers who do not consider the I
entlv revolutionary and have no d -'
domination.
The Syrians do not llmil
The Syrian jo ernmenl openly enci
times at the U.N. formallj den
attacks from her territory of El Fatah
Fatah, pn sumably, are the vangui
the "popular war ol liberation i
Repeated Syrian statements, al
of the El ratal), have made re
the chances oi large-scale Arab guerriu .,.,
Israel though most Israelis still rei
casualties caused by the Fadayin <,"!""K,:"' lb,
bj Egypt in 1955-56, they do not l'"1;"". faCV
threats as serious as they seem on ""' < ,
recall, first of all. Mao Tse Tung- own < |ilf o
subject. Mao. whose theories are the ? .. js (i
Syrians, warned that each "war of uberatiw (gr oM #,
from the other and what is correct straiei
need not be correct for the other


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Miami, Florida, Friday, November 11. 1966
Section B
Y' Confab on Child Development
Discussing the forthcoming Temple Beth Sholom Israel "Chai"
I Dinner of State are Mrs. Sylvia Cooper Katz. Mrs. Abe C. Fine,
[who with her husband will be honored at the event, and Mrs.
[Jonas J. Brotman, who is chairman with her husband of the
I committee of hosts for the dinner Saturday niqht at the Fon-
|tainebleau Hotel. Mr. and Mrs. Fine will be the recipients of
the Israel "Chai" Award at the dinner, where Sen. Wayne
I Morse will be guest speaker. (See story, Page 10-A.)
by ISABEL GROVE
"Today's Children in a Changing
World'' will he the topic for dis-
cussion at the third annual Parent
Educational Conference at the
YM and WIIA of Greater Miami.
8500 SVV 8th St., on Monday at
8:15 p.m.
Panelists for the evening will
he Dr. Emmy Louise Widmer. pro-
fessor of education. University of
Miami; Dr. Samuel Nadler. pro-
fessor of research. Barry College
School of Social Work: and Dr.
llaim Ginott, author, lecturer and
psychotherapist. Dr. Widmer will
also be the moderator.
Discussion is the theme of the
third annual educational confer-
ence sponsored by the county com-
mittee for young children and the
PTA of the Early Childhood De-
velopment program at the YM and
WHA.
Dazzlingly beautiful setting
Helene and Murry Koretz-
k\ entertained over 150 guests
| ;ii a cocktail party last Saturday
nighl ... A huge snow-white
tenl protected the patio of their
home where the buffet table was
decorated with two-ft. high topi-
|ar> trees in varying shades of
[apricot mums topped with pine-
[apples from which fell spun rain
. The small tables repeated
I theme with miniature trees.
' filigree lanterns east a ro-
lie glow over the dance floor
. The brown haired hostess
eived in a Nile green chiffon
li'ock encrusted with beading on
the neckline and long sleeves
. Greeting guests with her,
e daughters Alicia Diane 9,
|Stephanie Anne 8. and son David
Vndrew 6 Helen's mother.
Li e Brody, flew down from
.'. Jersej for the occasion...
rs seen in the crowd, the
Hap Levys, the Junior Sam i.u-
the Jerry Blanks, and Judge
I. i Mrs Jason Berkman .
" the Marion Sibleys, the
[Harold I.eveys. Judge and Mrs
- Lawrence King. Commis-
oner Alex and Mrs. Gordon.
[I'r and Mrs. Irving Lehrman.
Rabbi Alexander and Mrs. Gross,
id the Perry Kay'es.
A third son. Chad Kevin, born
S >v. 1 to the former Jacqueline
Kramson and Stephen Tendrlch
. Big brothers are Todd 4'/a,
and Dean 2 Among those
paying homage to the new prince
at a party for him on Wednesday
morning at the Tendrich home.
8871 SW 82nd St.. were grand
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ted P.rani
son, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Tendrich.
great-grandmother, Mrs. Sylvia
Gardner, and adopted great-
grandmother. Mrs. Ethel Shochet
. Serving as godmother and
godfather, Elaine and Moie Ten-
drich.
Peggy and Mac Mermell hack
from an exciting trip over to
Europe after closing their Camp
Universe located near Ocala...
Son David is attending school in
Gainesville, and Sieve. Debby.
Handy and Cliff kept the home
fires burning while the folks re-
laxed after their summer activ-
ities.
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Dr. and Mrs. Santord I. /.iff.
i,l South Miami, and daughter.
Cindy, attending National Eye
Research Foundation convention
in Wa-hington. DC. this week-
end Dr. /iff is regional di-
rector of NERF and Metro Court
Vision Clinic consultant Wife
Helene chairing the Women's
Auxiliary program during the
convention
Mis 40th birthday was certain-
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Making plans to help out at the first annual fund-raising
luncheon of the United Cerebral Palsy Association in Miami
lore these members of the North Dade unit. The luncheon, one
t the larger early social events of the winter season, will be
held Nov. 29 at the Fontainebleau Hotel. Left to right are Mrs.
lames R. DeGise, president of the North Dade UCP unit; Mrs.
Murruy Fine, past president; Mrs. Irving Rosenblum. treas-
urer; and Mis. Marion Esler, membership vice president of
'He North Dnde unit.
DR. IMMY WIDMER
Dr. Widmer is listed in "Who's
Who in Education. She received
her Bachelor of Arts. Master's and
Doctorate degrees from New York
University. Specializing in early
childhood education and child de-
velopment. Dr. Widmer has run
the gamut of teaching from kin-
dergarten to college, from public
to private schools, and from par-
ent .seminars to graduate work-
shops
Dr. Ginott is an internationally
known author, lecturer and au-
thority on child psychotherapy and
parent guidance. He is a profes-
sor in the New York University
Graduate Department of Psychol-
ogy and serves as consultant to
mental health centers in the New
York area. In 1964 and 1965. Dr.
Ginott made extended visits to 1s-
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fJewist fhrkHan
Page 3-3
Shown studying diligently are interested par-
ents enrolled in a new course in modern math
being offered by Miami-Dade Junior College
at Temple Emanu-El's Solomon Schecter Day
School. Mrs. E. I. Berman, principal, was in-
strumental in bringing the course to the area
in order to help parents understand what is
tcught their children. Seated (left to right) )are
Mrs. Fay Feinstein, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A.
Rubenstein, Mrs. Harry Morse, Mrs. Myron
Zeientz. Standing (left to right) are Mrs. Ber-
nard Shindler, Mrs. Edward Roberts Jr., Miss
Deena Cohn, Mrs. Harold Hirschfield, Mrs.
William Glick and instructor, Mrs. Annette
Mendelson, of Miami-Dade Junior College.
Not shown are Mr. and Mrs. Irving Cowan,
Mrs. Dean Newmeyer, and Mrs. Samuel Gold-
berg.
Noted Editor, Bill Baggs, At Kennedy Tribute
William C. (Bill) Baggs, award
fining editor of the Miami News,
.ill be gu< i speaker at the third
nual John P. Kennedy Tribute
United Slates .Mission and per-
sonal representative of President
Kennedy to the founding of the
Caribbean Organization, Presently,
Florida Women's Division, he is a member of the executive
American Jewish Congress, dur-
ng ;i membership bruncheon on
luesday, Nov. 22. 12:30 p.m.. at
1 adillac Hotel. Mrs. Irving B.
Kaplan is president <>! the division.
s, will speak on 'John F,
"dy Three Years Later.'
'w of the accomplishments
nd legacy of the late President.
-. who recently returned
committee of the National Cit-
izens Advisory Council to the
Community Relations Service.
In addition to newspaper writ-
ing, he has contributed articles to
the American Scholar. New York
Times Magazine, This Week, and
is a major contributor to the En-
cyclopaedia Britannica.
Chairman for the day will be
Rabbi Icon Kronish. spiritual
leader of Temple Beth Sholom,
national vice president of the
American Jewish Congress, and
president of the South Florida
Council, will greet the guests.
Reservations can be made
through Joseph l Yanich, execu-
tive director. Miami.
NORLAND SENIOR
Sharon Wolfe
Eyes U.S. Career
In Diplomacy
Sharon Wolfe, a senior at Mi-
ami Norland High School, is the
only girl in her calculus class.
With this sort of academic dis-
tinction, the daughter of Dr. and
Mrs. Jack B. Wolfe. 2020 NE 197th
Tor. last year received a certifi-
cate for making straight As twice
and she was a National Merit
semi finalist this fall.
The 16-year-old student is a
member of the National Honor
Society, Spanish Honor Society
and Mu Alpha Theta, mathematics
honorary. Sharon is the grand-
daughter of Mr and Mrs. David
Rosner, of the Sterling Hotel, Mi-
ami Beach.
The Norland senior's favorite
subject is Spanish, and she hopes
to attend the University of Penn-
sylvania, and then join the IS
diplomatic corps, She feels she
gained experience toward tins car-
eer last summer, when she attend-
ed school in London and Paris for
Six week.-..
She has been playing piano for
SHARON IVOlFf
Sunday Picnic
Is Annual Event
Norman Bruce Broun Auxiliar
Jewish War Veterans, will plaj
host to 30 children from the Dad
County Children's Home, ai
servicemen and their families
from Homestead Air Force '
:it its annual picnic on Sund
Matheson Hammock, main pit.
Chairman ol the day will be
nine years, and was rated excel- Sol Koenigsberg, with Mrs. Belle
Schwarz and Mrs Sylvia Lie1"
lent in a national contest
Practicing is only one of Shar-
on's activities, she also enjoys
playing the guitar, reading, and
golf.
i o-chairmen.
Posl ci mmander is William <
Samel and Auxiliary preside it
Mrs Esther Jacobs,
rom a trip to Israel, is a member Mrs. David Muskat, past president
.1 the board of directors of the 0r (he division, and currently a
Fund for the Republic. In Septem- vice president of the South Florida
:>cr. 1961, he was chief of the Council, AJC.
Co-chairman will be Mrs. Jack
Shapiro, membership vice pres-
ident.
Planning committee includes
Mrs. Sylvia Silvers, president, Jus
tine Chapter; Mrs. Joseph Albu-
querque, president, Louise Wise
Chapter; Mrs. Jeanette Stern, pres-
ident, Miami, Coral Gables Chap-
ter; and Mesdames Abraham Aug-
enstein, Albert Zuckerman, Wil-
liam Brown and Irving Perlyn,
representing the North Dade
Eleanor Roosevelt Chapter.
Also on the committee are Mrs.
Louis Cohen, membership vice
president, Louise Wise Chapter;
Mrs. Maurice Cahn, membership
vice president, Justine Chapter;
Mrs. Selma Wolfson. membership
vice president, Eleanor Roosevelt
Chapter; and Mrs. Russell Winer,
membership vice president, Mi-
ami-Coral Gables Chapter.
Mrs. Fruchter
Elected President
Sisterhood of Young Israel has
unanimously elected Mrs. Morris |
Fruchter to the presidency of the I
group.
Other officers on the slate in-
clude Mrs. Meyer Weiner, vice
president and membership chair-
man; Mrs. Abraham Bender, sec-
retary; Mrs. Naftali Porush, treas-
urer; Mrs. George Wachtel, house
and decoration committee chair-
man; Mrs. Charles Resnick. fund-
raising chairman; Mrs. Morris
Steinbeck, telephone committee
chairman; Mrs. H. Bloom, sunshine
chairman.
The group is planning a Chanuka
party in December.

Heinz vegetarian Beans
now in
two new sizes!
still bigger!
Busily planning the first annual fund-raising luncheon of
the United Cerebral Palsy Association of Miami, to be held
Nov. 29 at the Fontainebleau Hotel, are (left to right) these
members of the prize committee: Mrs. Byron Topol, Mrs.
William Levin and Mrs. Richard Freedman.
(We've prettied the label a hit. Nice, isn't it?)
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Heinz Vegetarian Beans, packed in rich, tasty tomato sauce, help to solve some of your meal
planning problems. They go so well with so many menus. (Since they are parve as well as
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AH. UNO MRS. KALB
Kalbs to be Honored
At Hebrew Acad.
Dinner On Jan. 8
Mr I ,d Mrs. Charles Kalb will
be guests of honor at the 19th
annual scholarship dinner of the
Greatei Miami Hebrew Academy
on Jar 8. a' the Deauville Hotel.
Ann incem >. >l the Kalbs'
select was "Tie at an initial
commit'ee me last Sunday by
Louis ilerwitzer, president, and
Leoni Ko- chairman of (he
Ix an dp tor*.
Mr. and Ml*. Kalb, residents
of Miami Beach for the past 20
year; have 3?*n active in vari-
ous trucatior-al, civic, and phil-
nthropic Ol 3 unons. Kalb is
a fou-der of *h Academy, the
Mesi.-a of G'jiter Miami, and
a vetfran Zionist. Mrs. Kalb is
a lift member af the Hebrew
Acaotmy Wat* so, Mesivta of
Great* r Miar-i, and Pioneer
Women.
Tht Kalbs have endowed the
Ark the Beth Hamedrash in
the Aci iemy.
A -...; of 1,800 persons has been
Bel foj the 8100 a couple event.
The following )30Ciate chairmen
have been app Lnted by Merwitzer:
B I I ider I 5. 1'opick. Sam-
uel R< hard .. icob Rifkin.
Co-chairmen are Jack A. Cantor.
Josep) Cohen I Oscar Schapiro.
Oscj Mamber, vice president of
the ':' rew -. i-iemy, has been
d as hairman of the
specif linner cabinet
Rom an that a national
rnniil inner hosts and
a dim oosd are now being
form*
Israeli Star
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me gagement in
ligi of the Fontainebleau
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id thl ation sabra,
hbi j lied drama and
fo rking on her
hi r native land,
etS :;>; her with
'.i" Israel, or
) m medy hits and
jazz numbers.
I by '.^r.r.y Dawson and
ety .. >stra, who play
itinuou, jancing in the
4 ORT Chapters
Attend Services
Miami Beach Chapters of
the S" itheast Florida Region
"f Wo ien*a American ORT. Is-
Gulbl Business and
Professional, and Treasure Isle.
will attend services at Temple
Beth Sholom on Friday evening.
George Linden, ORT re-
gional vice president of special
projects, will be guest speaker.
Rabbi .eon Kronlsh will conduct
services.
Oneg Shabbat will follow serv-
ices.
Continued from Page 1-B
i" Bill Baros, but
lne I 100 engineered- bj
wife Irene most emphatically
was For the affair last Sat-
urday, the hostess decorated her
lovely home with swatches of
carpeting, hung a large magic
carpet at the door, and used
Carpet cutouts to spell -Happy
Birthday Bill" on the patio
For clarification, the honoree is
prexy of Miami Rug Co. .
Singing telegrams and other
birthday greetings kept pouring
in throughout the festivities, in-
cluding several from Bill's
Georgia Tech Alpha Epsilon Pi
fraternity brothers in Atlanta.

On a brief holiday here last
week and noting the many chang-
es in the area since their last
visits mot together), the former
Karole Karlan and bridegroom
Ronald Workman ... A some-
time resident of Miami Beach.
vm <^7sabel Cf
Mrs. v.
ni Beach High a
1 niveratty Of .Miami for several
semesters Couple now living
in New Rochelle, New York.
Dinner party at the Famous
Restaurant on Saturday night
will honor recently-betrothed
couple, Barbara June Carmel and
Richard Morton Krakow The
future bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. William Carmel, of
Miami Beach Among guests
at the festivities will be the
bride-elect's sister Linda, broth-
ers Allan and Jerry, and her
grandmother, Mrs. Anna Hyman
Other relatives. Dr. and Mrs.
Lawrence A. Weston. Mr. and
Mrs. Donald Kramer, Mr. and
Mrs. Lewis Anthony Bonell .
On the groom's side, in addition
to his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Krakow, of Washington,
D.C., Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gold-
stein. Mrs. Jean Sneider, Mr. and
Mrs Richi rd Sneii
Krakow.
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Gathering ol tr." cla
Bar .\liu\ah celebration last
urda\ oi Michael, son of Air. and
Mrs Irwin Ross Weekend
climaxed by a reception and din-
ner at the Diplomat Here
from Oak Ridge, Tenn., great-
aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs.
Norman Ross; from New York,.
Mrs. Pearl Levy, Miss Doris Levy,
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Rothman ...
Also Mrs. Gertrude Golub. Cleve-
land, and localites Miss Bertha
Golub. and the Leonard Fried-
mans .
And there will be an equally-
large get-together for a dual
celebration on Saturday when
Jeff Lawrence and Mitchell Jed.
sons of Mrs. Harriet Geller. Mi-
ami Beach, and Jerome Geller.
of New York City, observe their
Bar Mitzvah on Saturday .
Among those here for the cere-
mony and Eden Roc luncheon to
Spiegel,
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.Mr. and Mrs. Julius !i:......
.Neck. NY: Mario Noto. of
Washington, D.C.
Opti Mrs. Hold
Luncheon Meeting
Opti-Mrs. Club of Miami Beach
is holding a luncheon meeting on
Tuesday at the Lighthouse Res-
taurant.
Mrs. Bernice Troop, chairman
of the day. will introduce I.arry
King, radio and TV personality,
and local columnist, who will be
guest speaker.
Main project of the Opti-Mrs.
is supporting of scholarships for
emotionally-disturbed children at
the Montanari Clinical School in
Hialeah
Mrs. Sy Silverman is president.
In charge of reservations is Mrs.
Lawrence Weston.
liOOII TIIIXIi'S IX LIFE
Bagels...and Good Coffee
No taste in the world satisfies like a bakery fresh
bagel... and a cheering cup of Maxwell House
coffee. Both are constant, unchanging and match-
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National Board Member of Hadassah
To Address Joint Youth Aliyah Luncheon
Page 7-B
National Hadassah board mem
her. Mrs. Philip Kroskin, slated to
arrive in Miami this weekend, will
appear as guest speaker on behalf
of Youth Aliyah on Monday noon
at the Miami Springs Villas Play-
house.
She will address the Torah and
Shalom Groups of the Miami
Chapter of Hadassah at Turah's I
annual Youth Aliyah pledge lunch-
eon.
Mrs. Kroskin. who was born in!
Johannesburg, South Africa, and j
reared in Norfolk, Va., has been \
engaged in Hadassah activities
since 1930 as Norfolk Chapter
president, Seaboard Region pres-
ident, and regional chairman of
the Hadassah Speaker's Bureau
and Leadership Training.
Mrs. Kroskin's appearance in
Miami on behalf of Youth Aliyah
highlights city-wide observance by-
all of the Miami Chapter groups
Hadassah members have dedicated
hemselves for more than 30 years
:o this child rescue movement
which has brought 130.000 Jewish
children from 80 lands to Israel.
There are presently some 12.000
wards now in training in 267
Youth Aliyah villages, settlements
ind child-care centers.
Other Youth Aliyah observances
n the Miami Chapter of Hadassah
Mil feature participation l>\
Aviva, Chai, Menorah and Naomi
iroups on Monday, 11:30 a.m., at
lie Dupont Pla/a Hotel. Ben Essen
a ill be guest speaker.
Essen is a co-chairman of the
B67 Combined Jewish Appeal.
toard member of the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation, and past
president of the YM and WIIA ol
Ireater Miami.
Special added attraction at the
uncheon will be a fashion show
ij Parson's of Miracle Mile, with
-ah members modeling the
lothes.
Naomi Group also plans an auc-
ii n at iiillel House. Coral Gables,
Nov. 2(i for the benefit of
outh Lliyah. Additionally, on the
il Nov. 14. Naomi will
i mi i ling at ~:'M) p.m. at the
Miami YMHA, highlight-
preview and presale in con
i with the forthcoming auc-
ion.
tor of Hadassah. in a talk on Youth
Aliyah.
.
Eleanor Roosevelt Group will
hold its Youth Aliyah luncheon
Monday at noon In the MarLen
Gardens Auditorium. Following
the luncheon will b a card party
for members and guests.
a
Chaim Weizmann Group will
sponsor a Youth Aliyah pledge
luncheon on Sunday. Nov. 13, at
noon in the Rendezvous Room of
the David William. 700 Biltmore
Way, Coral Gables. They will hear
a guest speaker for Youth Aliyah
and present entertainment in song i
by Mrs. Muriel Ram.
> ; 37th Ave. Featured in the sale
Tikvah Group will hold its; will be home-made and handmade
Youth Aliyah luncheon and bazaar; items from food to wearing ap-
on Sunday, Dec. 4, from 1 to SI pare), all for the benefit of Youth
p.m., at Carpenter's Hall, 151 NW ', Alivah.
MRS. PHILIP KROSKIN
For a lifetime of service to Israel, Dr. Max A. Lipschitz and
Mrs. Lipschitz were cited "Life Honorees of Israel" at the
Beth Torah Israel "Chai" Dinner of State on Saturday night.
Joining in the presentation were Dr. Irving Lehrman, of Tem-
ple Emanu-El, and Drew Pearson, guest speaker. At left is
Samuel Fox, chairman of the dinnar. Some 500 persons lohied
in honoring Dr. and Mrs. Lipschitz at the Diplomat Hotel.
500 Join to Honor Rabbi Lipschitz
Some 500 members and friends Other program participants In
of Congregation Beth Torah join- eluded Ewald Ziffer, president of
- annual Youth Aliyah luncheon!e^ in honoring Dr. and Mrs Max the congregation; Mayor Arthur
m Nov. 14 at noon at Temple A. Lipschitz on Saturday night at Snyder. of North Miami Beach;
\dath Yeshurun. Guest speaker (he Diplomat Hotel. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Stein, who
Mil be Mrs Gerald Soltz. former n,. and Upschite wcre sel-vcd Ba chairmen of the com-
,."';",k;n,,Jof Jhe M,ami (ha|,V ci,cd 'ife Honorees of Israel" I mittee of hosts; Stanley Friedman.
Board ln r,'Cf;ni.,.i0n...0f "I0!'' li.fe".l.r!g a dinner co-chairman: and William
Albert Einstein Group will hold
- annual Youth Aliyah luncheon
Nov. 14 at noon at Temple
dath Yeshurun. Guest speaker
vill be Mrs. Gerald Soltz, former
'resident of the Miami Chapter
and Florida Region of Hadassah.
iow actively engaged in
>osts in both chapter and region.
nil leader in Zionist Youth Corn-
service to the State of Israel. Mak-
ing the presentation was Dr. Irv-
Stone. Cantor Jacob J. rtenzei led
, ing Lehrman. spiritual leader of ,he singing of the anthems.
'"h't'of K^STJi 2" r' ',V,",C Emanu-El. and a national The traditional Menorah candle
IBM of the da.v will be the show- ,eader an(| spokcsman of ,,ie to.
ng of a film on Youth Aliyah. rael Bond organization.
Kadimah Group will also meet!
>n Monday noon in the Sky Lake
lardens Auditorium. Honored
nest will be Mrs. Samuel Stein-,
icrg, president of the Miami Chap-
Newspaper columnist Drew
Pearson joined in the presenta-
tion and was guest speaker.
Chairman of the evening was
Samuel Fox.

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lighting ceremony was conducted
by Dr. Lipschitz. Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Fox were torchhearers.
and Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Cavell
were holders of the pilotlight,
Taking part in the ceremony as
candlelighters were Mr. and Mrs
Dave Margulies, Mr. and Mrs Sol
onion Sandier. Mr. and Mrs. Mor-
ris Goldfarb, Mr. and Mrs. Maxi-
milian Feldstcin. Mr. and Mrs
Sam Dorfinan. Mr. and Mrs. Stan-
ley Stein. Mr. and Mrs. Julius
Gordon. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ker-
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Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Chayt, Mr. |
and Mrs. William Dickman, Mr.
and Mrs. Burton Young. Mr. and
Mrs. Nathan Ostrov, Dr. and Mrs.
Wynne Steinsnyder, Mrs. Jennie
Schor. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Firtcl.
Mr. and Mrs. Isidore Goldstein.
Mr. and Mrs. Julian Nacron and
Mailech Lipschitz. Rabbi Lip-
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Mrs. Aaron Kanner, of Miami,
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' will play an important part in
the biennial meeting of the Dis-
trict Presidents Council of the
National Federation of Temple
Sisterhoods at NFTS headquarters
in New York City next Sunday
and Monday.
Southeast Federation includes
; the Sisterhoods of Reform eongrc-
gations in Alabama, Florida, Geor-
gia, South Carolina, and Eastern
Tennessee.
Mrs. Kanner. who is also a mem
ber of the National Federation's
board of directors, will remain in
New York to participate in the
annual meeting of the board set
for Nov. 16 and 18.
The 15 Districts in the National
Federation of Temple Sisterhoods
Serve as liaison between the na-1
tional organization and its local
i Sisterhoods throughout the coun
try. NFTS, which is devoted to the i
advancement of Jewish and hu-!
manitarian causes, hands together
115.000 women in more than 600
Sisterhoods in the United States.
Canada, and in cities of eleven
other countries in (he United Na-
tions.
It is engaged in a diversified
program which includes work on
behalf of the blind, religious and
family education, integroup rela-,
tions, projects of social justice,
youth activities and student aid.
and efforts to improve interna-
tional understanding,
MRS. GEORGE SOGG
Book Review
At Temple Israel
Temple Israel Sisterhood will
hold a general luncheon meeting
Wednesday noon in Wolfson Audi
torium. Mrs. Morris F. Greene is
Sisterhood president.
Mrs. George Sogg. accompanied
by Mrs Lillian Nelson, will pre
sent a musical book review i>t
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Claude Debussy, in Pierre I .
Mure.
Radio Executive Tapped
Sidney Levin, station manager
of Kadio WKAT, has hem ap-
pointed chairman of the subcom-
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SCaping, it was announced this
week by Iv Albert l'allol. head of
the City of Miami lieautificat ion
Committee.
Member Tea For
Women's League
Miami Beach Chapter. Womci -
League for Israel, has slat rd
membership tea for Thursday
Nov. 17. in the Hospitality Room
of Chase Federal. 425 Arthur Go
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Mrs Harry Kappel is presid) I
Mis Alex Dellerson is progra
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Friday. November 11. 1966
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WOMAN OF THE WEEK
Young, vibrant, vital is Jane, wife of Harold J Brooks.
Born in Morristown. N.J.. Jane and her family moved here
in 1945 in plenty of time for her to attend North Beach,
Nautilus and Miami Beach High School, as well as the
University of Miami She was a truly feminine little girl
played with dolls and sewed for them, took dancing and
piano lessons. In the summer,
instead of going to camp, she was
a counselor at her grandparents'
hotel in the mountains.
Jane wore Harold's ZBT pin
in high school. Jane didn't finish
college. The young couple were
married, and for a while she
worked as a preschool director in
the City of Miami Beach Recrea-
tion Department. For six months,
she went to Ft Knox with her lieu-
tenant husband, who is now a cap-
tain. They returned here to live.
When Jane went to the hos-
pital for their first child. Melinda
Anne. Harold arrived with foot-
ball equipment in obvious antici-
pation. The next time Jane went to the hospital. Harold
arrived with a football helmet this time, the baby was
Cynthia Sue. The third time Harold just went unattended
and the baby was Meredith Ivy
Harold does the football bit with the boys in the Nor-
Isle Optimist program, which he directs. Jane likes to
entertain in an informal way. families including the chil-
dren, to create a pleasant way of being together.
Jane is primarily a homemaker: although she has out-
side interests. In school, she majored in art she always
loved painting and still paints today. She prefers oil, but
also works in pen and ink and water colors. When she gets
out her easel. Melinda. Cynthia and Meredith think that
it is time for them to start, too. Her preference leans to-
ward, scenics. She collects antiques, and scrounges around
the country, finding things in the most out-of-the way
places. Harold says that if he could go around collecting
her deposits, she would be astonished at the fantastic fig-
ure. She likes porcelains perhaps the most. She has also
some interior decorating, including her husband's office.
Friends like her work, and she is called on to help with
their decorating problems. Not being able to find the
furniture she wanted for their own home, Jane designed
an Italian Provincial conversation piece and had it hand-
carved. Cooking and golf are two more hobbies in both
of which Harold thinks she shines.
Jane used to be on the board of the Art Institute of
Miami, belongs to Grove House, is active in the Women's
Cancer League of Miami Beach, writes the Heart Letters,
collects funds for any organization that catches her. and
works for Combined Jewish Appeal. Presently Jane is serv-
ing her second year as president of the PTA of Temple
Emanu-El. This, she finds, takes almost all of her time.
Jane plunges right in and does whatever seems to be
required with her whole heart and even,- bit of energy
that she possesses.
Traveling is great, says Jane, and so far they have
been seeing America first they haven't been to Europe
yet. which at present is far away from the house on Naut-
ilus and with their three little girls. They are trying to
see that the children will have the same wide scope of
interests they themselves have, as well as the same joy
in life. You have only to look at Jane's expressive face to
know that they have a fine teacher
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Michael Araks
On European Trip
On their return from a wedding
trip to Europe, new Mr. and Mrs.
Michael Arak will live in Ft.
Lauderdale. Ceremony uniting the
couple was held on Saturday. Nov.
5. at the Dupont Plaza Hotel.
The former Karen Gail I.efko-
witz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Herbert Lefkowitz. 510 NE 172nd
' St.. attended the University of
Miami.
Her bridegroom is an industrial
designer and a graduate of the
University of Florida, where he
was a member of Gargol Honor
Society. His parents are Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Arak. 740 NE 152nd St.
Trudy Ger+ler
Weds Peter Ban
In New York
Barbara Ramo
Planning Nuptials
A 1967 summer wedding is
planned by Barbara Gail Ramo
and Charles Edward Gans whose
engagement has been announced
by the future bride's parents. Mr.
I and Mrs. Joseph Ramo. 1335 Jack-
j son St.. Hollywood. Fla.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Sydney
Gans. 6475 Pinetree Dr. Circle,
the prespective bridegroom is a
graduate of Miami Beach High
and attended the University of
Florida. His fraternity is Tau Ep-
silon Phi.
Now teaching mathematics at
Pompano Beach Senior High, the
bride-elect is a graduate of South
Brovvard High and the University
of Florida. She is a member of
Delta Phi Epsilon Sorority
Date of the nuptials is July 1.
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Teachers Attend
Education Confab
Mrs. Leo D Brandeis. president
of the Council of Congregational
Preschool Teachers of South
Florida, and Mi's. Sidney Kay.
vice president, were in Chicago
to attend the 1966 Conference of
the National Association for the
Education of Young Children in
Chicago Nov. 2 to 5.
The conference emphasized the
attention currently being given,
nationwide, to the developmental
and educational needs of the
young child through its theme.
"The Young Child Rediscovered."
Mrs. Brandeis is director of pre-
school at Temple Emanu-El Relig-
ious School, and Mrs. Kay is di-
rector of preschool at Temple
Beth Torah.
Pioneer Women
Chapter Meets
Golda Meir Chapter of Pioneer
Women held its regular meeting
on Wednesday noon in the Bis-
cayne Cafeteria. Mrs. Abraham
Seltzer, chapter president, con
ducted the business portion of the
meeting which included plans for
the Child Rescue Fund dinner to
be held on Nov. 27.
* *
Pioneer Women Club 2 held
it.-- first luncheon of the year on
Tuesday noon in the Raleigh Ho
tel. Luncheon honored Mrs. Rose
Marcus, who has just returned
from a four-month May in Israel
Mrs Sally Barr was luncheon
chairman. Mrs Abraham Shedroff
is acting president of the chapter.
Judge and Mrs
have announce*
their daughter, Trudj s
Pel or Ban on > 14
York.
The bride. .1 f
Beach High, i; .
Sarah I-awrenc.
ville. NY. and
with Uta Hauen.
During her high schi
here, she was the recipii
numerable honors and a
dramatic interpretation
them the 1962 Florida s
pionship. the Miam: Hen
Teen.-' and the Silver K
speech and drama.
The former Trudy G<
lead roles in the Actors -
Playhouse product'
and "Blue Dcnirr. an
Anne in the "Diary
Frank."
The bridegroom- a>
major at CarnecH Tech ..
ied privately in New \
Uta HaRen. He has
directed in several off-K.
shows, and will appear
his bride in a one-act pla,
rehearsal.
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JWV Post Offers
Lecture and Films
Jewish War Veterans Auxiliary
of Miami Beach Post is offering a
lecture and films on "Rehabilita-
tion of Mental Patients in our
Community" on Thursday. Nov.
17. 8 p.m., in the American Le-
gion Hall. 1828 Alton Rd.
Dr. Marvin Harris, psychiatrist,
will be guest speaker, sponsored
bv the Mental Health Association.
lican
n the
.n will
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New Group
Forming Here
Companionship Unlimited is now
in the process of formation. The
organization last met at the home
of Mrs. Bess Jacobs. 2534 Flamin
go Dr., where information about
future meetings is available.
The new group is exclusively de-
voted to widowed, divorced and
unattached business and profes-
sional men and women between 40
and 60.
Entertainment
By Drama League
Strolling players and singers
will offer continuous entertain-
ment at the Drama League lunch
eon to be held on Tuesday at the
Pain- B Club
Mrs '..idre S ''Bialolenki and
Mrs. B. Robert Swartburg are in
charge of the afternoon program.
Mrs. Harry Simone is club pres-
ident.
Schwartzman on Writers
Louis Schwartzman. director of
the Bureau of Jewish Education.
will speak on the lives and works
of the two Jewish writers. S. J.
Agnon and Nellie Sachs, who were
awarded the Nobel Prize this year,
at the regular meeting of the Sis-
terhood of Temple Beth Sholom
on Wednesday. 1 p.m.. in the Sis-
terhood lounge. Mrs. Seymour
Silverman is Sisterhood president
Luncheon For
Hebrew School
Proceeds from Congregation
Beth Sisterhoods first luncheon,
held on Tuesday, were channeled
to the Hebrew School.
Hostesses were Mrs. Jack Sha
piro. Mrs. Max Rappaport. Mrs
Rubin Rlau^tein. Mrs. Solomon
Schiff. Mrs Ben Boskin. Mrs. Sar-
ah Jacobson. Mrs Sam Weiss and
Mrs. Mary Weingrow.
Rabbi Reviews
Malamud's Novel
Rabbi David Rc-sentl
appointed spin:. .
gregation Beth Moshe ill be
Sliest speaker for
ing of the N annr
Roosevelt Cha] Jew
ish Congit. .h tnke
place Thursdav. Noi 8:30
p.m.. at the home Hirsh
Weiner. 1450 Vr 1701 '. N.
Miami Beach.
In honor of Jewisl B nth,
Rabbi Rosenfeld 1 Ber-
nard Malamud :- test-si The
Fixer."
A report on 1.
Jewish Congre^ act
area of law and sc be given by Mri .rraha
stein.
Rabbi Shapiro
Guest Speaker
Rabbi David Shapiro
Sinai. Hollywof Southeastern Repif- of
Organization of America
dress the next eetii
Brandeis District ing at the Norm;-. Mi
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Newly-elected oil O
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ports on the no
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given by dclej.at<> Dr
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An added featurt vvil!
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Mr. and Mrs Ss-imel -
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WWOMEN an- always being told
" they dross for men. This
week, we decided to see just
what impact clothes seem to
have on men. We asked several
men what was the first thing
they noticed about a woman, and
dress did not rate at the top of
the list, but it was constantly
mentioned as an important fac-
tor to be considered.
Harold Abbott said the. first
thing that he notices is a wom-
an's eyes. He looks for bright-
ness and intelligence and turns
away from those who seem slow
" uninteresting. He quoted the
saying that -eyes are the path-
road to the soul," adding that the
cne thing man can never get back
It time, which should hence be
utilized to the fullest. By look-
ing at a woman's eyes he be-
comes aware of them as an in-
lual and also determines
how much of his time is to be
spent in her company.
MOT nearly so philosophical
~ was Marshall Feuer, who ad-
i that the first thing he no-
nces is a woman's legs, and that
1 appreciate a pretty pair." The
next thing he notices is a wom-
an s face, and he prefers one
with expression, one that he con
siders to reflect intelligence, and
that is also attractive. "Then
romes dress. 1 like to see a wom-
an well-coordinated, and wearing
jomething that makes her look
attractive." Marshall feels that
an intelligent woman should be
able to select the type of clothes
that coordinate with her person-
ality.
Harold Berkow said that the
first thing to catch his eye is
the way a woman is dressed.
Next on his list is a woman's
rosturc. He feels that the way a
woman carries herself is one of
the most important factors to be
considered. Depending on the
occasion and the individual wom-
an, the type of dress can either
be flashy or conservative, but it
must be neat.
The well proportioned figure,
attractively dressed, is what
Howard Kowit notices first. His
preference is for the well-defined,
hour-glass figure and many of
our current fashions tend to con-
ceal rather than reveal the fig-
ure.
* *
UMITH respect to size, most
" men didn't seem to have
any strong opinions about this.
Whether a woman is tall, short,
or average, with either a small
or large-boned structure, did not
appear to be of any particular
importance. Generally, the wom-
an's figure should be attractive
to her so that whatever dress she
chooses will fit in such a manner
to be interesting enough to
attract attention.
Mac Mermell admitted to no-
ticing the figure first. He dis-
likes a fat woman, and qualified
his statement by adding that
each woman should consider
her height and control her fig-
ure so that it is well-proportion-
ed." He is also concerned about
dress, especially the suitability
of the type dress for the occa-
sion.
In his opinion, just because we
live in a resort town does not
mean that a woman ought to go
to a downtown department store
dressed in clothes designed to be
worn at the beach. Decollete
necklines also have their place,
during the evening hours, not
during the business day. He likes
to see women looking neat, dress-
ed smartly in the current fash-
ion, and wearing colors that
make her more attractive and
feminine-looking.
Rabbi Sol Landau, spiritual leader of Beth David Congrega-
tion, with Rabbi Jules Harlow. associate director of the Rab-
binical Assembly, who spoke at Beth David on "Contempo-
rary Needs and Developments in Liturgy" on the weekend
cf Oct. 15. Left to right are Mrs. Lcwrence Scherr. Sisterhood
youth vice president; Mrs. Seymour Kaplan, president of
Beih David; Rabbi Harlow; Rabbi Landau; and Mrs. Leonard
Wolf. Sisterhood adult education chairman.
Photographic
Portraits by
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A valued gift...
A priceless treasur$
Planning the patrons luncheon of the Greater
Miami Women's Division, American Friends
of the Hebrew University, are (from left stand-
ing) Mesdames Jack Katzman, Ruth Johnson
Berger, Trudy Hamerschlag, Ida R. Lear, Mir-
iam Press, Lillian Goodman, Rose Hochstim,
Joseph Shawmut. Seated (from left) are Mes-
dames Maurice Yorkin, Philip F. Thau, Dor-
othy K. Fink, Myer Harris, and Harry Platoll.
Synagogue Set $ Chanuka Fete
On Sunday at 11 a.m.. the Jacob
C. Cohen Sisterhood and members
of the Congregation will have a
joint kick-off brunch to start ar-
rangements for the third annual
Chanuka luncheon to be held at
the Deauville Hotel on Dec. 11.
'Woman of Year' Patrons Luncheon
ill Gather for Champagne Reception
Sholem Aleichem
Theme to Spark
BB Council Meet
The nine chapters of Miami
Council. B'nai B'rith Women, di-
rected by Mrs. Otto Haengel. will
present a dra-
m a t ic script.
"The World of
Our Grandfath-
ers." at a meet-
ing Nov. 17, 8
p.m.. at Hillel
House on the
University o f
Miami campus. |
The meeting!
will be con-j
ducted by Mrs. j
Harold F e 1 d -
man, president
of the Council. The script is based
on Sholem Aleichem themes. "Pur-
pose of the program will be to
recreate and pay tribute to the
now-vanished world of Eastern
Europe, out of which so many-
American Jewish families have
emerged," Mrs. Feldman ex-
plained.
Participating chapters are Anne
Frank. Coral Gables, Eleanor
Roosevelt, Emma Lazarus. Fia
mingo. Gilbert J. Balkin, Miami,]
Shalom, and West Miami
Mrs. Haengel
Patrons of the Woman of the
Year luncheon of the American
Friends of the Hebrew University
will gather at 12 noon on Friday
in the penthouse apartment of Mr.
and Mrs. Walter Kirschner for a
champagne reception.
According to Mrs. Philip F.
Thau, president of the Greater Mi-
ami Women .-. Division of the
American Friends, patrons are
making gifts in support of the lec-
ture hall dedicated by the Greater
Miami group in the Popick-Miami
Humanities Building soon to be
erected on the Jerusalem campus
of the Hebrew University.
Co-chairmen of the lecture hall
project are Mrs. Louis Glasser and
Mrs. David Ponve.
According to Mrs. Leon Kron-1
ish. program chairman, a musical
program featuring talented young
soprano Elizabeth Walker and
tenor Joseph Papa, of the Opera
Guild of Greater Miami, will high-
light the 1 o'clock lunch in the
Fontainebleau following the cham-
pagne reception. Accompanying
the singers will be Dr. Paul
Csonka. associate conductor and
chorus master of the Opera Guild
of Greater Miami, former eonduc
tor of the Havana Opera Associ-
ation and assistant conductor of
the Havana Philharmonic.
Climax of the Nov. 11 luncheon.
program will be the announcement,
of the 1966 recipient of the an-
nual Hebrew University Woman
of the Year Award, which will be-
presented at a community-wide
luncheon on Dec. 15. Mrs. Max
Weitz, chairman of the patrons
luncheon, will make the announce
ment immediately following an
address by Dr. Warren J. Win-
stead, president of Nova Univer-
sity. Ft. Lauderdale. guest speaker.
Spinoza Political Philosophy
"Spinoza's Political Philosophy"
will be the topic of the lecture by
Dr. Abraham Wolfson before the
Spinoza Forum for Adult Educa-
tion which meets every Thursday,
10 a.m.. in the auditorium of the
Washington Federal. 1234 Wash-
ington Ave.
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Friday, November II 1966
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz congratulates hotel-owners for their
support of the Jewish National Fund at a recent luncheon in
their honor at the JNF offices. Left to right are David Freed.
Webster Hotel; Mr. and Mrs. Ben Rosenberg, Revere Hotel;
Judge Morris Berick; Michael Sossin, Blackstone Hotel; Rabbi
Abramowitz, chairman of JNF executive board; Mrs. Sally
Dermer. representative of Royal Palm Hotel; Paul Nash, of
Senator, Nash and William Penn Hotels; Mrs. Yetta Schefts.
Shorecrest Hotel; and Jacob C. Fishman, vice president of
the JNF Council of Greater Miami.
Sen. Gruening Due at JNF Banquet
William Bornstein, president of.
the Jewish National Fund Council
of dealer Miami, announced this
week that Sen F.rnes! duelling.
IS Senator of the State of Alas-
ka, will be guesl speaker at Ihe
Me Ami Jewish National Fund
founders banquet on Dee. 4 at the
Fontainebleau Hotel.
"Sales of tickets are pro-
ceeding successfully," said Born-
stein, "and the dinner commit-
tee is doing an excellent job.
The dinner promises to be one
of the most outstanding social
events in Greater Miami during
the forthcoming season."
In formation are plans to ex-
pand Me Ami, Miami's twin city
in Israel established by the JNF
here.
When the plans are revealed
the community, I am sure they,
will electrify the imagination of
al community, including all
who are Interested in
gthening the welfare and se
i"!' of the State of Israel,"
declared.
' origin-
ally intended to tx come a ph
ighl follov in the
lus fath m who had
achieved eminence in New York
Disney Film ior Children
Children's Holiday Film Series
at the VM and WHA. 8500 SW
8th St.. will he Friday at 1 p.m.
Presentat!on will ho "Fun and
Fancy Free," a Walt Disney ani-
mated eo'nr musical cartoon.
as an ophthalmologist and otolo-
gist. Me was graduated from Har-
vard College in the Class ot 1907
and from Harvard Medical School.
Class of 1912. From there, he
moved on to a career as newspaper
and magazine editor, author, gov-
ernment official. Governor of
Alaska and "general practitioner''
in the public service
The dedication of his energies
Over two decades to the cause of
Alaska statehood was climaxed by
the admission of the 49th State
and his election to the United
States Senate, where he took of-
fice Jan. 7. 1959
Gruening was born Feb (>,
1887. He was graduated from
llotchkiss School in Lakeville,
Conn., in 1903. Three honorary de-
grees have been bestowed upon
him. an I.I.D. University of Alas-
ka. 1955; l.l.D. University of Al-
berta, Canada. 1950; and Brandeis
University, 1959.
He was married to Dorothy
E. Smith, of Norwood, Mass., on
Nov. 19, 1914. Their son. Hunt-
ington Greuning, is vice pres-
ident for Alaska Coastal-Ellis
Airlines at Juneau, Alaska, and
the father of three Gruening
grandchildren, Clark, Winthrop
and Bradford. Winthrop and
Bradford were born in Juneau
in 1948. Two of the sons of Sen.
and Mrs. Gruening, Ernest Jr.,
and Peter, are deceased.
The home of Sen. and Mrs.
Gruening is at Eagle River Land-
ing, near Juneau.
Youth Weekend
For Me nor ah USY
Temple Menorah will la,rich a
youth weekend Friday evening
through Sunday afternoon, with
over 100 USY'ers expected to par-
ticipate in the religious, cultural
and social activities sponsored by
the teen-agers.
Following the traditior.il Fri-
day evening dinner, featuring
candlelighting and special songs,
the group will participate In late
evening services. Mark Sussman,
president, will represent Ihe teen-
agers to the adult congregation.
Evening will conclude w ".h an
Oneg Shabhat. refreshments and
Israeli dancing.
The young people will irtici-
pate in Saturday morning services
to be followed by a Sabbath, lunch-
eon, seminars and study sessions.
Sessions will highlight reports on
Jewish communities in South
Africa. Latin America and uroi
as well as a discussion on Ethics
in Judaism."
On Saturday night, there will be
an installation banquet and dance,
with the final activitv of the week-
end a barbecue picnic on Sunday
morning.
Thanksgiving Fete
At Beth Moshe
Senior Citizens Friendsh Club
of the North County VMIi will
hold its annual Thanksgivii g din-
ner and party Tuesday, N 22,
6:30 p.m., at the Beth Mo- Con-
gregation.
Planning committee i i
Mrs. Hose Dogoloff, Isidore Kirsch,
William Debin. Entertainment
chairman is Mrs. Sadve lvrmel.
and ticket chairman is Mrs. Bea-
trice Stone In charge of tickets is
Marvin Goldstein at the Y tem-
porary headquarters, 1100 NE
163rd St.
Annual Founders Dinner of the Jewish National Fund will
feature reports on Me Ami, Israel, it was reported by William
Bornstein, president of the Jewish National Fund of Greater
Miami. The dinner will be held on Sunday evening, Dec. 4,
at the Fontainebleau Hotel. Dr. Irving Lehrman and Rabbi
Mayer Abramowitz, both of whom recently visited Me Ami,
will report on their experiences in Miami's sister settlement
in Israel. Photographed on their recent trip to Israel are Rabbi
Abramowitz, Me Ami carpenter, and Dr. Irving Lehrman, as
they nail up new street signs in Me Ami. One sign says
Lincoln Rd., the other, Collins Ave.
Jaffe to Head ZOA Committee
JAffC
Max Cohen and Rabbi Sherwin Stauber, spiritual leader of
Young Israel of Greater Miami, shown before the bus whose
purchase was made possible by Mr. and Mrs. Cohen. Burt
Brody, president of Young Israel, announced purchase of the
vehicle this week. Rabbi Stauber said that the bus "is needed
to accommodate the many students in the North Dade area
who seek a traditional Jewish education and who do not live
within walking distance of the synagogue."
Harry Jaffe. of Birmingham,
Ala., past president of the South
east Kegion of the Zionist Organ
ization of America and of the
Birmingham Zionist District, has
been appointed
chair man of
the pro gram
and education
committee of
the Southeast
Region, accord-
ing to Rabbi
David Shapiro,
o f Hollywood,
newly elected
president of
the seven-stale
region.
Jaffe has toured the country
several times, addressing many of
the major ZOA Districts, and has
"visited Israel several times, indi-
vidually and on special study
tours.
On his most recent trip to
Israel, he visited the Mortimer
May Dormitory, which was erect-
! ed by the Southeast Region at
I the Kfar Silver Agricultural
Training Institute maintained
by the ZOA.
Miami Beach leaders whose
names appear on the Honor Roll as i
having dedicated rooms in the'
dormitory are Mr. and Mrs. Shep-
ard Broad. Sidney Raymond. Mr.
and Mrs. Jack S. Popick and Mr.
and Mrs. David Goodman.
The dormitory was erected in
honor of Mortimer May. of Nash
ville. Tenn.. a past national pres-
ident of the ZOA. Kfar Silver,
which is named after the famous
late Zionist leader. Dr. Abba Hillel
Silver, is one of the important
projects maintained by the ZOA
in Israel.
Beth Israel Gets
National Award
Beth Israel Congregation, of
Miami Beach, has been named re-
cipient of the 1966 Charter of
Honor Award of the Union of Or-
thodox Jewish Congregations of
.America, according to an an-
nouncement by Moses I. Feuer-
stein. national president of the
organization.
The Award, which is given by
the UOJCA to synagogues contrib-
uting significantly to the strength-
ening of. Orthodox Jewish life in
their communities, will be pre-
sented at the organization's 68th
anniversary national biennial con-
vention to be held Nov. 23 to 27
at the Shoreham Hotel in Wash
ington. D.C.
Beth Israel Congregation, at 770
W, 40th St.. was founded in 1954.
Rabbi Berel Wcin is spiritual
leader, and Moses J. Grundwerg is
president.
More than 1.800 delegates are
expected to attend the five-day
conclave of the UOJCA. national
organization serving 3,100 Jewish
congregations throughout t h e
United States and Canada.
Ner Tamid Segans
Adult Institute }
Temple Ner Tamid will
rate us Adult Education It
for 1966-67 Noi 16 I la; will
meet every' W v ",l
morning schedules from 10 ill
a.m., and evenings from 7:30 lo
p m.
Courses to be offered I
Elementary Hebrew, stressing
the basic skills of reading, con-
versation and grammar, ins ucted
by Mrs. Aviva Richman
Conversational Hebrew, an in-
tensive course in a minimal
amount of time, Bruce Richman,
Instructor.
Conversational H ebre w ad-
vanced Hebrew, with emph..sis on
oral talks, Rabbi I-eon Goldberger.
Intermediate Hebrew, emphasis
on grammatical construction, Rab-
bi Goldberger.
Also, a course entitled Great
Jewish Personalities in Modern
Times, reviewing the lives <> ,
Moses Montefiore. Samson I. ?'
Hlrsch, Solomon Schechter. Shot
om Alelchem, Louis D. Brandeis.
Chaim Weizmann. Isaac Mayer
Wise. Hyman N. Biabk. Theodor
Herd, Henrietta Szold. coi.ducted
by Rabbi Eugene I.abovitz
Fiddler1 Goes
On Tour Here
"The World of Fiddler on the
Roof presented by the \dult
Theater Workshop of the YM and
WHA of Greater Miami will be
going on tour throughout the
South Florida area. The first road
l>erformancc will lie at Temple
Bnai Raphael. 1401 NW 183rd St.,
on Saturday evening. Nov. 10, in
honor of Jewish Book Month.
This performance will be pre-
sented in conjunction with the
Bureau of Jewish Education and
the synagogues in the Nort 3ad area. The first performances wei w
given at the "Y" on Saturday and
Sunday evenings. Oct. 15 a.>d 16,
to capacity audiences.


mbeijl. 1966
+Jewl$ti fhriidliain
Page 11-B
MIDOM CITATION
rksiorah
O.creon held recently at the home of Rabbi
and Alexander Gross honored the newly-
elected officers of the Women of Mesivta
High School. Heelected for a second term as
president was Mrs. Murray Berkowi'z (front
row center). Her son. Abbey, a student at the-
schoofr/wttt guest speaker. Seated (front left)
isMre. Morris Waldman, Torah Box chairman.
Front right is Mrs Jerome Bienenfeld, vice
president, fund-raising. Standing (left to
right) are Mrs. Phineas Weberman, chaplain;
Mrs. Joseph Belitzky. telephone chairman;
Mrs. Abraham Groner, treasurer; Mrs. Theo-
dore Landesman, vice president, program;
Mrs. Samuel Zaager, financial secretary;
Mrs. Milton Simon, social secretary; Mrs. Mor-
ton Weiss, correspondinq secretary. Rabbi
Alexander installed the officers.
emple Judea Lecture Series Will Open
uesday With Address by Eric Sevareid
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al
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is.
I'>i-
cd
Temple Judea'-s inaue.inal -eric-
in Invitation to Discovery." will
en Tuesday night. 8 pm. with
political discussion l>> Km- Se\
eid, optional news analyst for
e i Broadcast im; Sys
n'S lion and radio net
I
flidnh Renick, vice president
mm t WTVJ, will introduce
the South
~-i.jlfiliat*
Sevare
iose im -
mptu analy
of election
turns on
esday night
blighted na-
nwide tele-
s t *, is ex-
fffN/CK
more detail
y of election- of 1966
I their impact on world and
erican affairs.
OtlMI Mgti lights of the series,
by D. Charks Ros
.. Mrs. George L.
'iea co-chairmen, in-
on philosophy by
Cawtman, the noted
m. Nov. 29 and
i religion by Bish-
he
ult
nd
be
he mtk- m
>ad pie owner of the
St., 1 dining spot,
in pancin Hestau-
Hhington Ave.,
>re- H reopening of
the Hgarian for the
and I Thanksgiving
ad on opening
and Kid "nosherei"
16, 1 house.
op James A. Pike of California
next Jan. 25.
An art exhibit, featuring the art
of the State of Israel on Jan. 14,
and a music festival on Feb. 19
round out the series. All events
will be held in the new Temple
Judea social hall. 5500 Granada
Blvd., across Dixie llwy. from
the University of Miami.
Winner of the Peabody Awards
in both 1950 and 1964 for his in
terpretation of the news. Sevareid
is considered representative of the
Edward R. Murrow school. He and
Murrow shared microphones at
CBS for more than a decade. lie
is now seen nightly on the Walter
Cronkite newscasts.
Tickets for the entire series and
for the Sevareid talk Tuesday are
available at the Temple Judea
office.
Zionist Cruise
To Caribbean
Leaves Nov. 17
On Thursday, Nov. 17. members
of the Greater Miami Districts of
the Zionist Organization of Amer-
ica and friends will leave aboard
the Israeli liner SS Shalom on its
inaugural cruise from Miami to
the Caribbean,
This will be the first time that
the SS Shalom, one of the newest
and most modern ships afloat, will
he in South Florida.
The cruise, sponsored by ZOA
Districts, is open to the public and
is being handled by the ZOA of-
fice. 541 Lincoln Rd.. and by Sam
Kosenkranz, of Bon Voyage Travel
The ZOA is still holding choice
accommodations on the cruise.
After leaving Miami on Nov. 17.
the SS Shalom will visit St. Thom-
as. San Juan. St. Maartcn. and
Guadeloupe, where voyagers will
have ample time for shopping in
the free ports, as well as to visit
the famous casinos and native
clubs.
Special events have been plan
ned for the entire cruise, includ-
ing sightseeing tours, entertain-
ment and an exciting program
aboard ship. Kosher meals are op-
tional.
"Since the SS Shalom will start
from New York, only a certain
number of choice cabins have been
allotted to the ZOA for its inaug-
ural cruise from Miami." Abe
Grunhut, president of the Miami
Beach Zionist District, announced.
The entire ship will be one
class, and each room has a private
bathroom, as well as many other
luxuries found only on new ships.
f/C SEVAREID
Judeans Show Film on Youth
"Youth." a film of particular
interest to those 12 to 17 years
of age and their parents, will be
shown by Young Judeans at Tem-
ple Tifereth Jacob on Monday at
7:30 p.m.
b empce
Ccypie Feted
At Bond Spread
Nearly 2.000 years ago, the last
rewish fortress m Biblical Israe
fell to the Romans but not be-
fore every defender died in the
struggle.
Since that time and the courag-
eous stand of some 960 Jews
against an army of 6.000 Romans
at Masada, it has been one of the
most dramatic symbols of Jewish
sacrifice for freedom
Commemorating this event,
the Israel Freedom Medallion
has been struck in Israel to be
awarded to a handful of Amer-
ican men and women whose
service through the years have
merited this high honor. The
design recalls an ancient shield.
In the center is a composition in
relief of Hebrew characters
reminiscent of a tower or fort-
ress with the letters spelling out
"Masada shall not fall again."
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Fuchs, of Mi-
ami Beach, have been chosen to
receive the Israel Freedom Medal
lion at the Temple Menorah Is-
rael Thai" Dinner of State on
Saturday evening, Nov. 19. at the
Fontainebleau Hotel.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. spir-
itual leader of Temple Menorah.
said that "the selection of Mr. and
Mrs. Fuchs for this high honor is
a rare tribute not only to them
but to our entire congregation.
Their dedication over the years
both for Israel and for our temple
has been exemplar\. serving as an
inspiration to all who hold Israel
and the faith of Israel dear."
Mr and Mrs. fuchs have been
residents of Greater Miami for 16
years. They have been active on
behalf of many civic and philan-
thropic causes, as well as leaders
in Temple Menorah. They have
been ardent supporters of the Is
rael Bond program since its in
ception.
Chairmen of the dinner are Mr
and Mrs. Leonard Rosen. Rosen is
former chairman of the Greater
Miami Israel Bond Organization
and now honorary chairman. Mrs.
Rosen is chairman of the Women's
Division of the Israel Bond Organ
ization.
MR. AND MRS. fUCHS
Chanuka Institute
At Emanu-EI
The Parent-Teachers Association
of Temple Email u-El sponsored a
Chanuka Institute on Wednesday
morning, according to Mrs. Harold
J. Brooks, president
Following a meeting of the PTA
hoard, the Institute, which fea
lured a complete program on the
Festival of Chanuka. was present-
ed. Dr. Irving I.ehrman related
the Story of Chanuka.
Following lunch. workshops
were presented by Mrs. Robert.
Frank, decorations: Cantor Zvi
Adler. Chanuka songs; Mrs. Zvi
Adler and Mrs. Jack Birnbaum.
Chanuka foods and games: Mrs.
E. Peter Goldring, chairman of
the Institute, Chanuka decorations
and parties
Committee members included
Mesdames Donald Arthur. Jay
Kushner, Jack Birnbaum. Herbert
Buchwald, Alan Ziffer, Nathan
Hose. Marvin A. Sackner. Robert.
Frank. Morris Bicky and Ah in
(awn.
Added attraction was a mono
logue written by Trixie Levin and
presented by Mrs K Peter Gold-
ring
Beach Sculptor
Wins Art Award
Sculptors from Florida Atlantic
University's Art Department are
exhibiting in the juried show of
the South Florida Sculptors Asso-
ciation now in progress In Miami
Eugene Brenner, of Miami
Beach, senior art major, has been
awarded the second of three prizes
for his entry, a welded metal
sculpture.
Forts seven entries were chosen
from a total of 147 applicants
throughout the state. Only thre-j
applied from FAU.
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rJtnisf n-cridH^r
Friday. Novembt* 1'.
" I
AT SERVICES ON VZTRA.\'S DAY FRIDAY EVt
JWV Will Take Over Pulpits
of Fl
. >h War '. ; II 'ci-
tato in Fridaj evening V'etei
Day M'niiT- !: s\ rj..>.i:i .-
throughout the South Florida urea
this weekend
This is part of a JWV national
program being conducted simul-
taneously in upward of 1.000 com-
munities from coast-to-coast where
JWV post.-, are located. JWV
spokesmen in pulpits of temples
and synagogues throughout the
nation will call for full support
of U.S. fighting men overseas.
National Commander Malcolm
A. Tarlov said that "we must, as
m always have, keep faith with
'ur citizen-soldiers fighting for
th. ir country "
In Miami, Daniel Neal Heller,
past national commander of the
Jewish War Veterans, who was
appointed Veterans Day liaison
chairman by Irving M. Cooper-
man, Florida State Department
commander, said that "we, as
Beth David Sets
Up Lecture Series
Rabbi Sol Landau, spiritual
leader of Beth David Congre :<
tion, will conduct three planned
discussion groups.
First group will hegin meeting
at Beth David on Wednesday. 8
p.m., and discuss a Jewish per-
iodical.
The second group will hold its
in st session on Sunday. Nov. 27,
8 p.m.. at the home of Mr and
Mrs. Leo Plotkin. 6080 SW 63rd
Ct., and will study 'Great Jewish
Thinkers."
Third group will meet at Beth
David South Dade School. 7500
SW 120th St.. on Sunday. Dec. 4,
8 p.m. Topic will be "Basic Jew-
ish Beliefs."
No fee will be charged for the
sessions, and credit will be given
to those interested in Beth David's
" c vditation program
Biscayne School
In Open House
Parent Teachers Association of
Biscayne Elementary School cele-
ted American Education Week
with an Opei li luse meeting
v. dnesday at 7:30 pm
Barents of students from kinder-
garten through sixth grade had an
ipportunity to meet teachers, \i>it
their children's classrooms and ob-
serve the progress made, accord-
in to Mrs Elnora Krueger, pi in
.. of the sch
lighligl the program, as
mnced bj Sirs Wilbui Wish-
president uf the PTA, was
ik Fair.
Americans o* he Jewish faith,
have, a special interest ard stake
in freedom under democracy.
For 2.000 years, Jews have
Icnown the baleful weight of tyi-
and oppression.
"Both Na 1 Communism
are modern varieties of ancient
tyrannies. Therefoie, Communism
is not only the foe of democracy
but the special enemy of Jews.
hat minority group which can
live and thrive only under a free
-ociety. Our threatened brethren
in Russia and Israel today give
grim testimony to that truth."
added Heller
Under our ancient biblical in-
junction, we are our brother"?
keepers, concerned with our
mother Jews in this country, in
K issia, in Israel, ar.d elsewhere.
We should also be concerned with
the welfare and security of our
men threatened by Com-
tmtr.ist aggression in Asia. Europe.
South America or elsewhere."
stated <.oni::;ander Cooperman.
"Since Veterans Day this year
falls on the eve of the Sabbath,
it is entirely fitting that we con-
sider the role of the veteran in
terms ;>f religious value in a con-
certed national effort," National
Commander Tarlov continued.
A special late Friday evening
service in honor of Veterans Day
will be held at the Israelite Cen-
ter. 3175 SW 25th St.. at 8:15 p.m.
Participating in the service will
be members of the Norman Bruce
Brown Post 174 and Ladies' Aux-
iliary William G. Samet is post
commander, and Mrs. Esther Ja-
cobs is auxiliary president
During the services which will
be under the direction of Rabbi
Avrom L Diazin. assisted by Can-
tor William B. Nussen who will
chant the liturgy, the JWV Post
will present an American flag to
the congregation.
Guest speaker will be James
Stern, senior vice commander.
Department of Florida
Commander Arnold Fein an-
nounces that the Harry H. Co-
hen Surfside-Bay Harbor Islands
Post, Jewish War Veterans, is
sponsoring Veterans Day serv-
ices at the Surfside Community
Center, at 11 a.m., on Friday.
Speaker will be Dr. Albert
Tomasula. new director of the
Coral Gables VA Hospital.
Bay Harbor Islands Mayor
Shepard Broad and Surfside Mayor
Louis H. Stallman will extend
greetings
Re\ George W. Penn, of the
Church_ by the Sea. will deliver
the invocation. Rabbi Eugene Lab-
ovitz, of Temple Ner Tamid. will
deliver the benediction.
A color guard, fii ad and
of the 13th Artill i
stationed al Homestead Air Base
will participate.
Haiold C. Chr Sr. vice com-
mander of the Abe Horrowitz Post,
will address the congregation of
Temple Sinai. North Dade on Vet-
erans Day.
The observance will be held at
the temporary home of Temple
Sinai, which is the auditorium of
Washington Federal Savings and
Loan. 699 NE 167th St.. at 8:15
p.m. Uhr is Department of Florida
Major of the Honor Guard, as well
as national deputy chief of staff
of the Jewish War Veterans.
I'hr. a disabled war veteran, has
been a resident of No. Miami
Beach for six years. His previous
home was Chicago. III., where he
v. is born and raised. He was
founder and first president of the
Garfield Ridge Jewish Center in
the south section of Chicago.
Rabbi Marius Ranson is spiritual
leader at Temple Sinai.
Other JWV posts and synagogues
participating in Veterans Day
services are:
Temple Emanu-EI, Rabbi Irv-
ing Lehrman. Miami Beach Post
330. Daniel Neal Heller, speaker.
Temple Israel of Miramar,
Rabbi Irwin Cutler. Post 682. Her-
man Gromet. speaker.
Temple Tifereth Jacob of Hi-
aleah. Rabbi Maurice Klein. Post
681. Herbert Buxbaum. speaker.
Temple Zion, Rabbi Alfred
Waxman. West Miami Post. I.eo
Slachter. speaker
Temple Sinai of Hollywood,
Rabbi David Shapiro. Post 613.
Jack Berman, speaker.
Beth Kodesh Congregation,
Rabbi Max Shapiro. Post 243. Sam
Kostoff. speaker.
Beth Moshe Congregation,
Rabbi David Rosenfeld. Post 682,
Daniel Abramowitz. speaker
Beth Torah Congregation,
Rabbi Max Lipschitz. Post 682.
Irvine Steinberg, speaker.
Congregation B'nai Raphael,
Rabbi Harold Richter, Post 746.
Noah Schisel, speaker
Congregation Beth Solomon,
Rabbi A. M Feier. Post 243. M
Jay Berliner, speaker
Temple Adath Yeshurun, Rab-
bi Milton Schlinsky, Post 682.
Emanuel Mandel. speaker.
Temple Beth Tov, Rabbi Sim-
on April. Coral Gables Post 243.
Morris Zipper, speaker
Temple B'nai Sholem, Cantor
Abraham Reiseman, North Dade
Post 746, Harold Bierman. speaker.
Ft. Lauderdale Jewish Center,
North Shore Post 677. Arthur Sel
evan, speaker
Temple Zamora, Rabbi Max-
well Berger, Post 243 Ail
, Ferdie. speaker.
Edward and Leonard Thai, of the "Epicure
Market, offer their customers personalized
order and delivery service in one of the firm's
fleet of delivery trucks. Stock includes choice
yarden-fresh vegetables, finest prepared de-
lectables, prime meats, and ready-to-heat and
serve foods from Epicure's Hostess Pantry.
Epicure aqua and white trucks are a familiar
sight in Miami and Miami Beach as they
make their way throughout the area for daily
deliveries. Each is refrigerated so that orders
arrive in the same state of freshness in which
they left the store. Epicure Market, 1656 Alton
Rd., Miami Beach, delivers any order any-
where in metropolitan Miami or Miami Beach
the day it is placed.
Mrs. Jennie Grossinger. world-famous hotelwoman of Miami
Beach and New York, receiving an honorary Doctor of Hu-
manities decree from New England College, Henniker. N.H ,
is congratulated by the institution's president, Dr. H. Raymo-
Danforth, while Dr. Robert Elinor, vice president, adjusts her
academic hood. It was Mrs. Grossinger's secend honorary
Doctor of Humanities degree, '.he other having been awarded
to her by Wilberforce University, Wilberforce. O. The honors
were aiven to Mrs. Grossinger, who had but four years o^
forrmal schoolina, for her "lifetime dedication to humanitarian
ideals" and "because she has won a place in the hearts oi
peoples of all races and religions."
0
iri
Is God Dead1
Series Will Open
At Beth Sholom
Rev. George A. Boyle, associate
professor of religion at the Uni-
versity of Miami, will be the first
speaker in a series of lectures on
"Is God Dead?" at Temple Beth
Sholom on Monday evening. 9
p.m., in the temple auditorium,
4144 Chase Ave
Rev Boyle, born in Kingston,
Canada, graduated from the Uni-
versity of Toronto with a BA in
1348 He received his Doctor of
Theology from Victoria University
in 1965 He is a director of the
Canadian Journal >i Tl
Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual
leader of Beth Sholom, will be
the discussion leader, and suc-
ceeding lectures will take place
on Nov. 21 at 9 p.m., when Fr.
Joseph Jurasko, of Barry Col-
lege, will speak from the Cath-
olic viewpoint.
On V" 28 at 9
Luther Pierce, dii : the
Greater Miami Coui
es, will handle the Prot
point '>; \ Lew
On Dec 5 at 9 p.m., Dr Ma \ \
Lipschitz, rabbi of Beth Torah
negation, president o! Great-
er Miami Rabbinical A>
will speak on I- rhere Room for
Doubt Coi : the Natu
God
On Di c 12 it I p.n Ira
Eisi -.-' president
structionist Foundation, i
the series of lectures wil
tion" to the problem of the death
of God."
The adult education program is
sponsored by the Board of Educa-
tion of Temple Beth Sholom. of
which Mrs Irving II Kaplan is
chairman
Tuesday Classes in Talmud
Rabbi Tibor H. Stem's boo'-:.
The Composition of the Talmud
will be used for reference material
in the course on th*- Talmud he la
conducting at the Jacob C Cohen
Community Synagogue every Tue*
day at 4 p.m.
P
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Betty Clooney
Sings Tuesday
Singer Betty Clooney will be
guest of honor at the luncheon
and card party to he held by the
Dade County Unit oi the American
Cancer Society on Tuesday, I
am. at the Beau Rivage H' *
Bay Harbor
Mrs. George Talianoff is cha
man of the board Mrs Irving E
Markua ami Mrs J iseph T Da
:. are hospitality chairmen Mrs
Mark Rubin ard Mrs Robert H
ticket chairmen
I Halberst idt Miami Beach
bridge tea hei I host the dupli-
\li procee -
will .jo to the Cancer Societv
Tickets are available the ol
of the Society, 1658 Lenox Ave
I
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Ir
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Hi
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Dr. Feldman On
BB Institute
Panel Discussion
Bernard Langberg. chairman of
the B'nai B'rith Institute on Juda
ism, announces that Dr. Samuel
Feldman, North Miami Beach pay-.
chologist, will be a member of the
panel discussing the problems of:
youth.
Other panelists on the pi-
Saturday evening are Dr Max \
Lipschitz, Judge Donald Stone and
Barron F. Shields.
The Institute is being held at
the Ritz-Plzua Hotel from Nov. 11
i to 13. Sponsoring unit is the Fior-
' ida State Association of B'nai
; B'rith Lodges, Eugene Eisen.
! president.
Top entertaining trio, offer-
ing music and comedy,
opens Nov. 15 at the Car-
riage Club, Miami Springs
Villas. They're Danny and
the Tunesmen who closed a
date earlier this month at
the Fontaine b 1 e a u The
Tunesmen Danny Bridge,
Chuck Miller and Chark*
Hudson have played ma-
jor clubs throughout th^
country. They'll be joini:./
the Jolly Jacks, who open the
night before on the Carriage
Club bandstand.


11. 1966
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Page 13-E
r 71/f. I *ovr Youngsters Win Top Avvcrds For Specialties
* I ttjZVCtft ler 12, an I"r-
ossiri
on of Mr. and
will become
l-day, Nov. 12.
1.
U'h!h grade at
;W H'.-'i He i.- :;
triple Knianii Kl lie
on an award
evement from
t's Assoc'ation
His hobby is
ill be honored
turday evening
u Hotel.

felfar.
On Saturday mo: m" \m \2
Hfc Young Israel of
**iter liami, Ban\ llelfan will
^Bar Mitsvah.
I'arenl of the nlrbrant are
lr. A. Helfan, 15 NE
1st St.
venth grde Undent at John
f .Junior Iliuh. Harry ">
.itsidi Interests <
ummii g and fisln:
Nancy Baker
Naac? Fawn, dan. I vr of \\>\ ...<<,
aker, I W. 47:1, si and the
At Mrs Baker,*ill celebrate her
ll on Sat ;:i d;i\ '1101 ninu.
t Temple Beth Sholom
IS a Student of Beth Sho-
jtion i ',:';:
toss Jacobs
Moss ^B Jacobs v ill
be-
on Saturday,
lr Judca of Coral
ables.1 He *on of Dr. and
!r. EM MCt> 5550 S\V 60th
m~
Bs an eighth grade
Hth Miami Junior
^k drums in the
^fc is interested in

Tnr|
tudaa
iish. I
ebalfi ^Btball.
Hoi the Bar Mil/
Hi. Jacob Sokol. of
''ashi V'- and Rlr an(1
Klosen. of Miami.
Hate the occasion.
Irs. Jgcobs will host the
1 their -nn's honor.
Hi
A Mitchell Geller
Hy morning. Nov. 12.
H Tamid, the Bar
Hf Lawrence and
Bis of Mrs. Harriet
N. r.a\ lid and .ler
Hew York City, will
bserved.
Hhell are students
H Tamid Religious
Htilus Junior High.
i'utsi Hs for both include
golf Lakkiing.
fche Eden Roc will
Bices
* *
I Jacobson
Ivan of David A.
flebrated on Satur-
Temple Judea.
nd Mrs. Merle Ja-
Jranada Blvd.. the
[eighth grade honor
|ce Junior High. He
the school chorus.
Nancy Baket
Bob Sunntss
the All Boys City Choirs and plays
piano. Outside interests include
goll and electronics.
*
Bob Sunness
Bob R.. son of Mr. and Mrs.
Stewart Sunness. 211 Shore Dr.
So., will become Bar Mitzvah at
Beth David Congregation on Satur-
da\ morning. Nov. 12.
Bob is an eighth grade student
at Sherandoah High, and he has
been attending Beth David Re
ligious School for the past five
years.
Mrs. Dorothy Sunness and Mrs.
Helen Isaac-, of Scranton. Fa..
grandparents of the celebrant, will
attend services.
Peter Mansdorf
i ler David, son of Mr. and Mrs
Edward .Mansdorf. 2015 Keystone
Blvd.. N. Miami, will celebrate his
Bar Mitzvah at the Saturday morn-
in services. Nov. 12. at 3eth
Torah Congregation.
Peter is a seventh year student
at th" I.ear School, and is in his
fourth grade at the Harold Wolk
Religious School of Beth Torah.
Peter's interests are spaceflight,
basketball, football and stamp
collecting. He is a participant in
a bowling league and is a Junior
Life Saver.
The Oneg Shabbat following the
Friday evening service will be
held in honor of Peter's Bar Mitz-
vah. as well as the Saturday morn-
ing Kiddush. A dinner and recep-
tion will be held Saturday evening
at the Diplomat Country Club in
Hollywood.
Attending frop out-of-town will
be Mr. and Mrs. Morris Frogel,
grandparents of the celebrant.
David Miller 12, an ei)
er at Ransom School for
. ve fastest 12-year
in the country, has
Pd a merit award from the
Dairy Council of South Florida
The son of Mr, and Mrs H. Jack
Miller. .6741 SW 69th Ter.. during
the summer months of training,
he swims as much as six miles in
a day. He placed second in two
events in a recent International
Meet here, off top place by only
tenths of a second.
He is described by his coach
as a "hard working, eager young
athlete who retains a good sports-
manlike attitude, win. lose or
draw.' During the International
Meet, he housed an opponent from
Jamaica. He attends Hebrew
school
L'nda Shapiro 12. an eighth
grader in West Miami Junior High
School, winner of the Robert Lee
Frost Memorial Shrine Poetry
Contest, has also received a merit
award from the Dairy Council of
South Florida.
She is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Lee Shapiro. 6471 SW 22nd
St.. Miami, A prolific poet, she is
a regular contributor to Poet's
Coiner in the Young Set. I.inda
has been taking dramatics since
age four. Very active at the YMIIA.
she is president of Beta Sigma
Phi.
Michael Cominsky 8. a third
grader in Bay Harbor Elementary
School, who has "arned a record
of excellent citi/.ciiship and
achievement, is another merit
award winner from the Dairy
Council of South Florida.
Michael is the son of Mr. and
Film on Zola,
Adolescents, In
Israel Spotlight
"The Life of Emile Zola'" will
be presented on Sunday. 9:30 a.m..
as the second in the film series
of the Eugene and Shirley Green-
field Institute of Adult Studies at
Temple Israel of Greater Miami.
Bart I.. Cohen, an attorney, and
member of Temple Israel's board
of trustees, will lead the discus-
sion following the film, which
deals with a classic case of anti-
Semitism and the challenging
theme of justice.
On Saturday, at 10 a.m.. in
Richter Hall, Mrs. Marjorie Fisher
will lecture on "Who is the Ado-
lescent?" as the sixth speaker in
the Parents' Series.
Chairman of the Department of
Psychology and Education at Mi-
ami-Dade Junior College, Mrs.
Fisher was associated for a num-
ber of years with a child guidance
center in Chicago before coming
here to teach at the University
of Miami and Dade Junior College.
David Miller
Linda Shapiro
k.'-'-aarm.Oi
Michael Cominsky
Scoff Portmon
Mrs. Manuel Cominsky. 1255 102nd
St., Bay Harbor Islands. Since his
transfer to this school from L'tica.
N.Y., Michael has received all As. |
He has been class president.
Michael attends Temple Beth
Sholom. Last summer, he partici-
pated in swim competitions in:
Utica and won nine ribbons.
Scott Portman 10. a sixth grader
in Bay Harbor Elementary School,
who is an all-round athlete and is
helpful with other children at
Surfside Recreation Department.
has also received a merit award
from the Dairy Council of South
Florida.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Stan Port-
man, 9272 Bay Dr. Surfside, he
has been with the recreation de
partment since first grade, taking
an active part in the program.
He plays football, baseball and
tetherball. He attends Temple
Menorah.
The Dairy Council has a contin-
uing program to honor meritorious
young people in Dade County.
Installation Is
Club's 1.6th Annual
Samuel Portin will be installed
' as president of Beth Kodesh Con-
gregation Men's Club on Sunday
at the Deauville Hotel.
At the 16th annual installation
banquet of the Men's Club. Abe
Goldman, a past president, will be
master of ceremonies, with Dr.
T. M. Presley, director of Sunland
Training Center, acting as install
ing officer. Rabbi Max Shapiro,
spiritual leader of the congrega-
tion, will deliver the invocation
Other officers to be installed in-
clude Jack Apte. first vice pres-
ident: Joseph Kaplan and Louis
Slotnick, vice presidents; Jack
Stone, treasurer: Mack Libman.
.secretary.
Portin was recently elected first
vice president of the congregation,
and will serve in a dual capacity
during the coming year.
Entertainment committee con-
sists of Rubin Peinberg, Harry
Schwartz and Samuel f'oi'cn.
Psychiatrist
To be Speaker
Dr. Martin Rosenthal will dis-
cuss "Psychosomatic Medicine" at
a meeting of Miami Beach Forum
on Saturday. 8 p.m.. at Washing-
ton Federal. 1234 Washington Ave.
A practicing psychiatrist in Mi-
ami, Dr. Rosenthal is a psychiatric
consultant to the U.S. Air Force.
Social Security Administration,
and Dade County Juvenile and
Domestic Relations Court.
He is on the teaching faculty of
the Department of Psychiatry at \
the University of Miami School of I
Medicine.
?dication
tu-EI
hechtcr Day School
fcnu-El will hold for-
fcatinn services on
am., it was an-
Irs. J. Berman. prin-
fal studies.
Pldren and staff of
ol will witness the
a new flag do-
and Mrs. Irving
Lehrman, spiritual
fiple Emanu-El, will
ram. which will in-
by Kabbi Arthur
education director,
by the school
tation
I tanei :c. Trot p
Hyman Galbut, chairman oi the Mesvita din-
ner to be held Dec. 10 at the Fontainebleau
Hotel, discusses with out-of-town students the
possibilities ci their parents attending the af-
fair. Standina Heft to right) are Pincua Ralbaa,
New Yos >hen S. Fallsburgh, N.Y.;
1 eh; Ira Blum,
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of Men at Mesivta; Galbut. Seated (leit to
right) are Keith Staiman, Williamsport, Pa.;
Joseph Lilowich, Pompano Beach; Ephraim
Goriin, N.Y.; Jonathan Landau, Teancck, N.J.;
Arnold Werther, Denver. Colo.; Abrafc
Topas, Lckewood. N.J.; David Merzel, Bi
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Insurance Exec Joins Firm
Jerry L. Kopelman has joined
Bernard Litman and Associates as
an agent for the Massachusetts
Mutual Life Insurance Co.
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Friday, November 11 [$*
CAPTURES GOVERNOR'S POST
GOP's Kirk Win
Over Mayor High
8
Congregation presidents and chairmen of con-
gregation school boards meet with Dr. Samuel
Dinsky to discuss the role of PTA organiza-
tions and school boards in religious schools.
Seated (left to rights are Rabbi Arthur S. Hol-
lander, education director, Temple Emanu-El;
Dr. Dinsky, local survey consultant; and Mrs.
George Baum, chairman of the education com-
mittee at Temple Judea, Coral Gables. Stand-
ing (left to right) are Mendell M. Selia. vice
president, Beth David Congregation; Geoige
Ban, chairman, education committee, Temple
Sinai, North Dade; Max Gleiberman, Work-
men's Circle Schools; and Max Parness, pres-
ident, Israelite Center.
Jewish Education Leaders Meet Survey
Consultant Here for Further Studies
Lay and professional loaders
from the Hold of Jewish educa-
tion were kepi busy this week at-
tending a series of meetings in
connection with the survey on
Jewish education currently being
conducted in Dade County under
the auspices of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation.
Dr. Samuel Dinsky. director of
the Community Service Depart-
ment at the American Association
for Jewish Education, flew in
from New York for another inspec-
tion of Dade County's Jewish edu-
cational facilities.
Dr. Dinsky, whose first visit
to Miami took place last May,
is an associate consultant of
the survey committee. He has
been working very closely with
committee consultant, Dr. Axriet
Eisenberg, executive chief vice
president of the Jewish Educa-
tion Committee of New York.
Concern about several problem
areas, particularly that of the com-
munity's role in Jewish education,
was the initial impetus for Federa-
tion's undertaking of the survej
The survey i- concentrated on sev-
eral areas: elementary education.,
secondary education. extension
and adult education, coordination
of Jewish education on both the
school and community level, serv- j
ices to teachers, principals, and
the communityatlarge. the finan-,
ring of Jewish education, and the ;
problems and unmet needs of Dade t
County's Jewish educational sys-
tem.
i
"Dade County's areas of con-
tern are, for the most part, sim-
ilar to problem areas in other
communities throughout the
country," said Dr. Dinsky. "The .
need for greater emphasis on
community planning in Jewish
education is the result of many
changes in our entire social
structure.
"Take the problem of secondary
education, for example," continued
i Dr. Dinsky. "Mo>t boys and girls
attend religious school only until
1 they reach the age of Bar or Bas
Mitzvah. Some continue on for
confirmation. Hut is this really
gh?"
Other items of consideration
cited '>> Or Dinskj included teach
or recruitment and education. tK'
roh' of school boards and IT A
organizations, curriculum develop
menl and experimentation, and the
role of the Bureau of Jewish Edu-
cation and the Greater Miami Jew
lsh Federation.
One of the conferences held
this week focused on transporta
tion problems. Kabbis and relig-
ious school directors met with Dr.
Dinsky to see if some community
cooperation project could relieve
the individual transportation prob-
lems of each school. Most of the
schools find it necessary to use
buses for transporting their stu
dents.
"Our primary objective of the
survey," commented Dr. Dinsky.
"is to raise the standards of qual
ity and relevance in Jewish edu-
cation for both the child and adult,
and to determine the community's
role and responsibility toward this
end. Only through the process of
communication can we attempt to
reach this goal."
David B. Fleeman. committee
chairman of the survey on Jewish
education in Dade County, said
that the remaining work of Dr.
Dinsky and Dr. Eisenberg will be
completed in the near future.
Other steering committee mem-
bers include, in addition to Flee-
man. committee vice chairman.
Joseph Cohen, and Dr. Sidney Bes
venick, Mrs. Dorothy Krieger Fink,
Daniel Neal Heller. Richard Hoi-
wich. Dr. Max Upschitz, Bernard
S. Mandler. Mendell If. Selig and
Leonard Zilbert.
Republican Claude Kirk. of.
Jacksonville, scored a sensational
upset victory' over Democrat Mi- j
ami Mayor Robert King High j
Tuesday to become Florida's first
GOP governor in 94 years.
Statewide, with incomplete re-
turns at press time from 2.407 of:
Florida's 2.561 precincts report- \
ing. Kirk scored 786.600 votes to
HJgh'S 637.585.
In Dade County, High re-
ceived 109,318 to Kirk's 73,420
with 243 of Dade's 326 precincts
counted.
In other races, results were as
follows
U.S. Congress, District 12 -
Dante Fascell, Democratic incum-
bent. 70,653. to Republican Mike
Thompson's 59,120
U.S. Congress, District 10
.i Herbert Burke, Republican,
78.523; Joe Varon, Democrat,
49.563
Attorney General Karl Fair-
cloth. Democrat, incumbent, 629.-
753; Ellis Rubin, Republican,
29
Treasurer Broward Williams.
Democrat, incumbent, 65 I 896; Jos-
eph Yasecko, Republican, 437,784
In the Florida State Legislature,
all Dade Democratic candidates for
Senate were winners, including
Lee Weissenbom, Edmund Gong
John SpottSWOOd, Ralph Poston,
and Dick Fincher
All Dade Democratic candi-
dates in the House, as follows,
were winners: Baker, Renick,
Matthews, Lewis, D'Alemberte,
Sackett, Featherstone, Hollo-
way, Hector, Graham, Brake,
Harris, Singleton, Firestone and
Brower.
Rhode Islanders
To Choose Slate
The Rhode Island Club of Great
er Miami will hold its regular
monthly general membership
meeting at Washington Federal.
1234 Washington Ave on Sunday
at 7 p.m.
President is Mrs, Ann Rudnick.
On the agenda for the evening
will be the noniination and elec-
tion of officers' for 1966-67.
Following the business meeting,
there will be a film and a guest'
speaker.
Dade legislators in the ; >u
unopposed, were Wolfson,
Dubbin. Pettigrew, Yartx .. |,|
Gautler and Hartnett
Dade legislators in the ..,,.
unopposed, were Haverfield
in. Ilollahan, and Spencer
In the race for S i
was incumbent Hoi Br;
Democrat, 108,852, over 1 Re-
publican challenger, olar \\
L'lrich. 62.907.
in two proposed toi
the Metro charter. Di
voted 76,590 to 67.468 to
the current elective sheriff- ">
tion to an appointsp om I
also voted 68.669 to l. 208 ,,'
new Kendall Hospital
Beth Moshe Aux.
Plans Luncheon
;i
Beth Moshe Si I
soring a lun<; i
noon. Mrs. Rubj R
man of the aften
Pro [ram will fe I
alie Greenfield ol
Inc.
i < chairmen are A<
ley Tor,)!) ir, l!
Bernard Jackson S
ident is Mrs. Burl
.
Men's ORT Will
Hear Specker
Greater Miami Chai I
American ORT I
hold its next regular |
Monday evening at Cl
Savings and Loai .,
425 41st St.
Bernard Finkelstem ex th
director of Welfare P '
Council of Dade County,
cuss "When Trouble Strike' \
question and answer period
follow.
Social period will lx ho- : b>'
Mr. and Mrs. Max Gi
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Beth Tov Views
Film on Israel
A general meeting of T
Beth Tov will take place
day. Nov. 17, at 8:30 p.m
A social hour will folio
showing of the latest film
rael. and refreshments v.
served.
President is Morris Zipp
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Going over final details for Saturday night's (Nov. 12) opening
of "Fiorello!" at Temple Beth Am are these principals of the
musical comedy which also will play Nov. 19 and 20 at
Beth Am. Left to right are producer Stephen Corner, assistant
director Mrs. Bert Albert, director Eleazer Greenstein, and
musical director Mrs. Stanley Wellins. Winner of the Pulitzer
Prize on Broadway in 1960, the play is based on the life of
the late Mayor Fiorello LaGuaxdia, of New York, and will use
the original score, professional lighting and sound systems,
ond a cast of 47 persons from the Beth Am Players.
Workshop On
Chanuka Offered
The Temple Beth Am Sisterhood
Chanuka workshop on Wednesday
from 10 to 2 p.m. will feature a
display table and a committee of
arts and crafts instructors.
In charge of arrangements are
Mrs Ralph I.eidner. Mrs. Alan
Reader. Mrs. Murray Dubbin.
Mrs. Murray I.ipinsky and Miss
Bertha Raskin.
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'Boys and Ghouls Together'
Miami Norland Senior High
School Drama Department, headed
by Mrs. E. Fetzner, is presenting
"Boys and Ghouls Together.'' on
Saturday. 8 p.m.. in the school
auditorium. Tickets may be pur-
chased at the box office.
Israeli delegation at recent international convention cA
held in Miami Beach presents a prize-winning "Shalcm U
to Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal of the Hebrew Acaa-
emy. The cake will be displayed at the Academy Vet-
Day assembly on Friday. The words on the cake are WW
from the Book of Isaiah "And they shall beat their SW0W
into plowshares, and their spears into pruninghooks: n shall not lift up a sword against nation, neither shall tney
learn war any more." Left to right are Uri Guttman. S
Dagan, Herman Wahl and Rabbi Gross. Not shown *
fourth member of the team, Yitzhok Neran. While in the ^
nary contest on food prepared in a hot kitchen, Israel 0
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Community Sing
Gs-pup Audition
I auditions 10 fill vai
in the Bass, tenor, alto, and so-
prano sections of the Miami Beach
Community Singers are being con-
ducted by Ben Vomen, music di-
rector.
Rehearsals arc held Monday and
Thursdays. 8 p.m., in the Ida M.
Fisher Junior High School band
room. Lessons in sight-reading are
conducted for members.
The group is now preparing a
Chanuka concert to be given at
the Hebrew Academy Auditorium
in December.
LEGAL NOTICE
Roosevelt issues a United Nations proclamation
citations to Prof. Andre S. Biaiolenki, president
... Chapter, Judge Harold Spaet, United Na-
rman, and Abe Grunhut, vice president of
h David Festival of the Arts Will
ure Large international Collection
F stival of Beth
throw open the
ning for a
showing one of
tions of :1
American and
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A committee of 1Q0 met for a
dinner meting Wednesday even-
ing at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Julius Spcctor to finalize plans
and details.
V Post Slates
nual Banquet
:.ii banquet scheduled
U: Beach Post 330 of the
.". U'ar \ eterans is slated for
(., .it the DiLido Hotel on
Beach, according to Mau-
post commander.
: '.. i ommandt r Pan-
: of Mi am! Beach,
mcee
or 7 3. p m.,
K ... Roon will
di and a show
i icer Mike
co -; t cial
the i for
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national offici n
Guides, hosts
were briefed on
both the exhibit
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
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IN AMD FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHA\CER>
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this 8th da) of November
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No. 66C12085
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Hall will be transformed into a
museum containing paintings,
sculpture, Judaica and demonstra-
tions of the crafts.
The Festival Art weekend, Nov.
12 to 14, will celebrate Beth Dav-
id's Golden Jubilee.
Young Israel
Dinner Sunday
Harry Lerner,
ways and
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
,N AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
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No. &6C12O02
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MIRIAM KESSXER
MYERS, KAl'l.an .^ HORTBR
Attorney! for Miriam Kessner
: iU S.W 1st Sir.-,.t
Miami, Klorlda ::;;ijo
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Courthouse In Dade County, Florida,
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IN THE COLNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLOR!DA. I\ FHOBA1E
No. 72466-B
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