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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
December 9, 1966

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

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

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
December 9, 1966

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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oclc - 35317254
lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
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AA00010090:01975

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Preceded by:
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Succeeded by:
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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
,'olume 39 Number 48
Miami, Florida. Friday. December 9, 1966
Four Sections Price 25c
Kosygin Vows to Ease
Emigration of Jews
PARIS (JTA) Soviet Prem-
ier Alexci Kosygin said here last
weeekend at a press conference
that "we will do everything to en-
able" reunification of Jewish fam-
ilies in the Soviet Union with
members living in other countries.
In what was believed to be his
first statement on the problem as
Premier, Mr. Kosygin, who is now
in Paris on a state visit, made the
statement in reply to a question
by one of the newsmen. He was
asked whether the Soviet Union
would give permission to Jews in
Russia to join their families in
other countries. He coupled his
reply with a denial of anti-Semit-
ism in the Soviet Union.
He also said in rtply to an-
other question that a Soviet-
sponsored peace conference in
the Middle East was not possible
because the "belligerents" did
not want it. In reply to the ques-
tion about permitting the re-
unification of Jewish families,
the Soviet Premier said:
"Hans people in the world have
already raised this question. Some
are speaking about anti-Semitism
in the Soviet Union. Others speak
about reunification of Jewish fam-
ilies. I have to say to you that
there is no anti-Semitism in th6
Soviet Union. That is pure imag-
ination and not a very brilliant
way of struggle against the Soviet
Union. That is not serious.
"Concerning the problem of
families and their reunification,
we will do everything to enable
this. We will make it easy; we "ill
open the road for those who want
to leave. There is no problem
Continued on Page 12-A
To Gary Waterman 11, of Dallas, and Judy Sasson 14, of New
Haven, the Chanuka lights symbolize hope for normal lives
oeing realized at the Jewish National Home for Asthmatic
Children at Denver. A two-year program of rehabilitation,
costing S12.000, is free to families of the 165 young patients.
Youngsters receive reliqious training under the supervision
of director of religious education, Rabbi Chaim Davidovich.
Mrs. Sidney Ritterman, 932 15th St., Miami Beach, is pres-
ident of the INHC Council of Auxiliaries here. Chanuka
opened with the lighting of the first candle Wednesday eve.
Jordan is Still Seen as Key To
Middle East Peace as Riots Abate
i
Wallace Studies Lead
Of Third Party Ticket
By ROBERT SEGAL
One of the most ominous rum-
bles to come out of the 1966 elec-
tions is the optimistic clucking
t'oing on in the camp of Gov.
George C. Wallace, of Alabama.
While Lurleen Wallace is minding
;he mansion as Governess these
next two years, the energetic Mr.
Wallace will undoubtedly be scur-
rying about the country trying to
organize a tough and vibrant Third
Party Presidential Ticket for 1968.
Gov. Wallace has a lot going
for him. He has the juicy recol-
lection of grabbing off 44 per cent
of Maryland's voters, 34 per cent
of Wisconsin's voters and 30 per
cent of Indiana's voters in his trial
run in the 1964 Presidential con
test. To achieve such a record, he
Continued on Page 9-A
Eban Worried About
Neo-Nazi Successes
JERUSALEM -- (JTA) -- Con-1 Democratic Union and the Social
Democrats, which "are undoubted-
ly democratic."
tern over the reemergence of a
neo-Nazi party in West Germany
vas expressed this week in Parlia-
nent by Foreign Minister Abba
Khan, who said that the Jewish
.eople were particularly sensitive
:o any sign reminding it about
the terrible Nazi past. It was fit-
ting, therefore, he added, that the
Knesset should be the first Parlia
meat of the world to express con-
cern about the electoral successes
of the National Democratic Party
.n two West German states last
month.
The Foreign Minister added a
warning against the danger of ex-
aggerating what had happened in
Hesse and Bavaria where the
NDP, which has officially been
described as neo-Nazi by the West
German Foreign Ministry, won
-eats for the first time. He said
that even in those two states, more
than 90 percent of the population
still supported West Germany's
two major parties, the Christian
Eban declared that anyone
Continued on Page 15-A

TEL AVIV (JTA) Jordan
remained the key this week to
peace in the Middle East as riot-
ing by Palestinian Arabs on the
Jordan West Bank over the Israeli
Samua raid diminished.
A Jordanian police station
which was one of the targets of
that raid was the source of shoot-
ing this week at Israeli workers
south of the Hebron mountain.
Jordanians in the Rujum El Mad-
fa police station began shooting
at workers well within Israeli ter-
ritory. Members of an anned es-
cort returned the fire. The ex-
change was brief and no casualties
were reported. Israel lodged a
complaint with the Jordanian-
Israel Mixed Arms Commission.
King Hussein of Jordan mad*
a number of statement* during
the week indicating that he con-
sidered his Arab neighbors and
the Soviet Union hardly less of
a threat than Israel. In an inter-
view with Associated Press, he
said the Jordanian Army would
- strike back at Israel "extremely
hard" on any future reprisal
raid. At the same time, he
charged the Soviet Union with
whipping up tensions in the
Middle East in a drive for con-
trol of the oil-rich region and
that Communists had exploited
Continued on Page 9-A
* *
TENSION DELIBERATELY AVOIDED
2 Egyptian Jets Downed;
Nasser Silent on Losses
THANT LISTS BORDER SAFETY FACTORS PAGE 7-A
JERUSALEM (JTA) Israeli
observers said that while Egypt
has considerably increased air pa-
trols along the Israeli border and
over Sinai, President Nasser's re-
gime apparently did not intend to
make an issue over the shooting
down of two Soviet-made MIG-19
jets by an Israeli jet pilot.
The observers said that if Egypt
wanted to build up tension, it
would have played up the incident
in a typical "victory" communique.
So far, however, Cairo Radio has
made no reference to the air clash
in its broadcasts, reporting only
that two of its planes had been ac-
cidentally downed. This treatment
was considered evidence that
Egypt wants to close the incident.
The Israeli military jet pilot
shot down the two Egyptian jets
in a brief dogfight over Israeli
territory, in which a Matra air-
to-air missile was used for the
first time. Capt. A. Michael
brought down one of the Soviet-
made jets with the missile and
the other with a salvo from hie
cannons. The victory was the
first time that Israeli fighters
had defeated a MIG-19 and the
first Israeli-Egyptian air clash
since 1961 when Israeli pilots
shot down a MIG-17.
The battle, which lasted about
two minutes at 15,000 feet, near
Nitzana, began when two MIGs
went after a Piper scouting plane
flying a routine reconnaisance
mission. Israeli radar picked up
the MIGs and orders were sent to
an Air Force base. Two Israeli
Mirage jets rose to intercept the
MIGs. Initially, two MIG-17 jets
entered Israeli territory in pursuit
of the Piper which went into evas-
Continued on Page 2-A
DEMAND END TO EXTORTION'
Extremists Issue Manifesto
BONN (JTA) A 12-point manifesto
issued by the extremist National Democratic
Party disclosed that the party wants an end to
the Nazi war crimes trials and to West German
compensation payments to victims of the Nazi
period.
The NDP, which shocked world opinion by
winning Parliamentary seats for the first time
last month in elections in Hesse and Bavaria,
has never issued a detailed program, only the
manifesto.
Point nine of the manifesto reads: "Twenty
years after the war, we demand an end to one-
sided trials which aim at wiping out the past,
while in other countries millions of war crimes
against German men, women and children go
unpunished."
Continued on Page 13-A
CHANCtUOR KIMNGtB
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Page 2-A
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Friday, December 9, 1966
John Knight Gets Roosevelt Award BsfiHHjg
CHANUKA FESTIVAL PAGE 10-A
TEMPtE BETH AfM SEC B
TEMPIE NEK TANRD ... SEC. B
Sam Blank. busifTeS"^in# civic
leader, will serve as chairman of
the patron hosts for the annual
Ambassador's Ball to be held Mon-
day evening, Dec 26. at the Fon-
tainebleau Hotel.
It will be at this occasion that
the Eleanor Roosevelt-Israel Hu-
manities Award will be presented
to John S. Knight, publisher of
the Miami Herald and other
Knight newspapers.
Blank indicated that a roster of
leading citizen from across the
nation, representing many areas
of communal life will serve on the
committee.
The award will be conferred
upon Knight "for dedication to
tn* causa of human freedom and
uneFerstanding in the spirit of
Eleanor Roosevelt."
MUM S. KNfCtfT
The presentation v. ill be made
by Avraham Harman. Israel's Am-
bassador to the United States
Previous recipients of the Elea-
nor Roosevelt Israel Humanities
Award include Archibald McLeish.
Marion Anderson and Justice Wll-I
liam O. Douglas. Last honoree was.
Dr. Henry King Stanford, presi-;
dent of the University of Miami.
Announcement of the award
tnovtoa that '"Eleanor Roosevelt is'
the epitome of the good in man
making possible such miracles as'
the rebirth of Israel. To perpetu-
ate the values which have made
this woman an immortal in her
own lifetime, the Eleanor Roose-
velt Humanities Award has been |
conceived. A select coterie of de-
dicated citizens whose devotion
and service have been a strength
and inspiration to their fellow-
man, have been named as stand-
ard bearers of this great tradition.
"In the year 1966, corresponding
with Israel's 18th year of state-
hood, the name of John Shively
Two Egyptian Jets are Shot Down
Continued from Pago 1-A A few minutes later, two other
ive aetion and disappeared without MIG\ this ,ime ,he more ad;
being seen by the Egyptian pilots
The first two MIGs then returned
to Egyptian territory.
vanced MIG 18s, flew over Israeli
territory in a straight line from
Sinai, apparently also searching
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for the Piper Cub. When the
Egyptian pilots sighted the Mirage
jets they tried to run off but the
26-year-old Israeli captain moved
in too quickly.
Dascribinf the encounter,
Capt. Michael said that whan ha
received the order to attack, ha
fired his air-to-air missile at leu
than a mile distance. Ha said ha
saw tha missile hit the MIG
which axplodad into "a mush-
roam of flame."
Capt. Michael then maneuvered
toward the second MIG, which was
engaged in evasive action, and hit
the MIG with a cannon salvo. It
crashed into Egyptian territory
near the border, the captain said.
For an hour after the clash, MG 21
Jets patrolled near the border but
stayed away from Israeli territory.
The Matra missile is standard
equipment on French, Australian,
South African, Swiss and Israeli
aircraft, but it has not been used
before against live targets.
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Knight, courageous man of letters,
humanitarian and champion of Is-
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roster of those selected for this
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oi nor of Florida, is sponsored by;
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Knight's record of service in-
cludes tha Presidency of the
American Society of Newspaper
Editors, chairmanship of tha Na-
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and Jaws, presidency of the In-
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His numerous honors include the
University of Missouri Honor
Award, HMO; La Prensa Award,;
Rio de Janiero, 1954; Brotherhood!
of Children Award, 1946; Amer
icas Foundation Award, 1959: i
Maria Moors Cabot gold medal.:
Columbia University, 1962; arkh
Doctor of Laws degree from the1
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Friday, December 9, 1966
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Page 3-A
MERCANTILE DIVISION INITIATES CAMPAIGN
CJA Unit Appoints Quartet
CAMPAIGN LEADERS PAGE 5-A
The Home Furnishing Group of
the 1967 Combined Jewish Ap-
peal's Mercantile Division has be-
gun to initiate campaign plans for
the forthcoming CJA drive.
Maxwell H. Weisblatt, division
merchandise manager of Jordan
Marsh Co., and Hyman Lipzin, vice
president of Richards Department
Stores, nave assumed the co-chair-
manhip of the Home Furnishings
Group. This marks the fourth con-
secutive year in which Weisblatt
and Lipi.in will share responsibility
for the group's campaign. Weis-
blatt has also served as chairman
of the Furniture Division for the
United Fund of Dade County.
Special gifts chairman for the
Home Furnishings Group is Men-
dell M. Selig. A member of the
executive committee and board
of governors of the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation, Selig
has served as co-chairman of the
cash committee and a member
of the budget committee for Fed-
eration.
Selig ll a board member of the
Bureau of Jewish Education, a
beneficiary agency of Federation,
and is also a member of the ad-
visory board of the University of
Miami. He is a vice president of
Beth David Congregation and re-
I
Maxwell Weisblatt Hyman Lipzin
Selig is chairman of the board
of the Selig Manufacturing Co.
in Massachusetts.
Honorary chairmanship of the
Home Furnishing Group has been
awarded to A. J. Alexander, pres-
ident of Kent Furniture Co., Inc.
Alexander, who serves on the
board of governors of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation, was
honorary chairman of the Home
Furnishings Group during last
year's CJA campaign and served
as chairman of the group for five
years prior to 1966.
He has also volunteered his
services as chairman of the Fur-
niture Division of the United
Fund of Dade County. Alexander
is a past president and director
of the Florida Furniture Manu-
facturers' Asociation and presi-
dent of the Florida Furniture
Mart.
On Tuesday, at 7:30 p.m.. the
four chairmen gathered for their
first committee meeting of the
year. Purpose of the meeting was
to establish plans for the Home
Furnishing Group's annual Initial
Gifts meeting.
A. I, Alexander hieniell Selig
Last year, the Home Furnishing
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tend the presentation on Saturday
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The rejections were stimulated
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The rejection by the Tunisian
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Chanuka Celebration
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Chanuka, like Passovei, is a
:.'..'. d-centered holiday. There are
c::.s. There is the dreidel, with the
Nun (nessi, Gimel (gadol). Hay
haya)i shin (shum) engraved on it.
reminding our young people that
the Festival cf the Lights is all about
c great miracle. There are the gus-
. ory goodies potato pancakes,
cr.d the like.
But like any other Jewish holi-
day, Chanuka has a story and a
r _rpose. Furthermore, it is a symbol.
" s an expression of our history, a
crmmentary on our tradition, and
a promise of the continuation of
z a culture.
Chanuka tells us about the Jew-
.:. clash with the Graeco-Syrians
: :.d the triumph of the Maccabees,
who brought the Jews out from un-
der the thumb of Hellenistic attempts
c: their oppression. It tells us about
the cleansing of the temple of idols
cr.d the rededication of the temple
^z ihe Jewish way of fife.
Hence the name of the holiday,
O.anuka, which suggests dedication an in-
cuguxation of a new experience.
Apart from the history, itself, Chanuka sym-
zz.izes one of man's earliest battles waged
:r. the name of religious freedom. Refusing to
hew to their oppressors and idolatry, the Mac-
ccbees and the Jews rose up to defeat the
er.emy and to preserve the integrity of their
tradition.
This would be miracle enough, but the
eicht-day's burning of the dedicatory oil, which
was in reality a quantity merely sufficient to
bun for a single day, added to the intensity
c: the first Chanuka occasion and to the sig-
nificance of the Maccabee triumph. Religious
freedom, as a concept of total human freedom,
in effect received divine sanction.
From all points of view, the child's and our
Own. the eiaht-day-long Festival of Chanuka
:s a celebration to enjoy.
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both sides, we do not show our neutrality. We
merely feed fodder to nervousness. Until our
government really insists upon talking peace
and meaning it, rather than talking while arm-
ing the participants, there will be no peace.
There will only be more power politics.
More Power Politics
It is patently impossible at this point to pre-
dict the immediate future in the Middle East.
AH parties involved, Israeli and Arab, are more
r.ervous than ever. The slightest infraction may
bring retaliation; and retaliation may mean
general war.
What is needed is an enforced consensus
cmong the Arabs that Israel is here to stay.
If the western powers, and particularly the
United States, believe this, then it should not be
too difficult to tell the Arabs that American
policy is dedicated to the recognition of Israel's
national integrity.
It would be much better to say so than to
sit on the fence as we have before. For fence-
straddling is precisely what Washington has
done since the Truman years; and it has not
brought peace since the armistice signed on
the Island of Rhodes. It would be much better
to be honest than to be fearful about the nexf
Soviet move.
For honesty and integrity can not depend
upon the gross, frequently illogical, and most
often jaundiced, contradictory and even im-
moral character of power politics. And power
politics is what seems to be governing our
stance in the Middle East today, not a genuine
concern either for Israel or for the Arabs.
This is why Washington released 36 F104
jetfighters to Jordan last week. This is why
Washington is continuing to process pending
arms sales to Israel, including the preparation
fcr shipment of light jet bombers. In arming
An Apt Budgetary Warning
In assessing the results of the recent Gen-
eral Assembly of the Council of Jewish Federa-
tions and Welfare Funds in Los Angeles, Philip
Bernstein, executive director, made a number
oi interesting points.
Among them, Mr. Bernstein noted that the
organized Jewish community must be careful
about accepting the increasing amount of gov-
ernment funds available for dealing with un-
met community needs. Selectivity was the key-
note of the CJFWF director's warning.
Increased government funds can help us
to explore new areas in which voluntary
agencies will be able to make specialized con-
tributions, he noted. But. on the other hand, an
across-the-board submission to the easy avail-
ability may very well attenuate equally spec-
ialized Jewish purposes.
We can understand how and why anv phil-
anthropic agency would be disposed toward
taking what is loosely, and perhaps unfairly,
called a "government handout." Today's in-
flationary trend does not quickly motivate con-
tributors to raise their gifts in order to balance
the depleting effect en their giving. The conse-
guence is that the same number of dollars as
last year will buy fewer and more inadequate
services next year.
Agencies worried about this turn uneasy
eyes toward government assistance. But the
nature of government assistance is such that
it must ultimately compromise the sectarian
view it must weaken the authoritv Jewish
federations and, indeed, any such charity may
have in budgeting the funds it collects.
This is precisely what Mr. Bprnstein warned
against in his survey of the CJFWF General
Assembly in Los Angeles. What it means is
that the individual Jewish contributor must be
prepared to meet, not only growina needs but
rising inflationary trends, as well. Because
even if the need remained the same, the
amount of monev necessary to fulfil them
would in any case be greater than before.
With Greater Miami's Combined Jewish Ap-
peal now oettrng readv for the 1967 campaian,
Mr. Bernstein's warning is an apt and mean-
ingful one for each of us.
Volume 39 Number 48
Friday, December 9, 1966
26 Kislev 5726
uring the week
... as i see it
IEWISH BOOK
Month
by LEO MINDUN
m minify raises the question -
of just what a "Jewish" bZ
is. particularly because X
image ot "Jewish literature
emerging out of the observ
ancc is a grotesque and gross
ly unrealistic one. When Z
speak about British or French
or Russian writing, what .
mean is writing by a British
or French or Russian author
This is so absolutely simple that it defies understanding for the less
than tutored in literary values.
Literature is an expression of the aesthetic sensibility. In the first
place, the sensibility is tempered by individual predilection There
is no point in tracing the general influences on a writer. It depend
upon his likes and dislikes, no less than the nature of his time, He
may be an American, but his interests may lie principally with the
artists of the Irish Renaissance. This would mean that he responds
to the technical and artistic discoveries and feelings of Joyce. for
example, or Synge, O'Casey. Gogarty, Yeats and O'Flaherty among
others.
But without an even more significant response to his American
nationalism, he would not be an American writer at all. i
English spoken by the Irish, the inflection, the idiomatic
the Irish history, culture and tradition none of these
any meaning within the American framework except as
clues. The American may have learnt d much about writ
the Irish, as indeed from writers in other countries, but :
bring his discoveries to the sense and sensibility ot" Anu-ric
out of it a new amalgam, or he has done nothing from
point of view.
THl ARTIST MUST TAP HIS UNCONSCIOUS
IT IS PRECISELY here that the often misunderstood and
must be frankly confessed, reprehensible Jungian cone,
raeml unconscious assumes its most valid meaning. There Is
be said for the belief that a given people have a given ,
that is fundamental to their nature. It is impalpable and thi
immeasurable-and unyielding to characterization. In most i
Ignored and never, if ever, tapped. It is born with ode's I but
it does not die with ame's ineluctable death, for it is a pa:
total people it is instilled into and shared by a!, a- .
spiritual understanding.
But the artist taps it. He taps it, or he is no artist. He res
to outside influences, but he also responds to the nature of*1iis .native
soil. In Brahms, you can hear Beethoven; but in the end. wh<
hear is "edit" Brahms. In Faulkner, you read Joyce, but: in ::.
what you read is Faulkner, a literary phenomenon that is ui
Faulkner. "Light in August" can never be confused with "Portrait
of the Artist," even if the lessons of one are implicit in the growth
and development of the other. Where both externalsinfhiei <
the racial unconscious have been properly synthesized, the crttte
never see more than mere derivatives. He will never" be confronted
by copy-art.
Perhaps the most classic example of copy-art, and it is
because it achieved aesthetic viability despite derivation bj
Virgil in tiie "Aeneid," where the Roman poet deliberately if .unwill-
ingly met Caesar's request virtually overnight to create a nal
Roman literature. Without a valid "racial" source, Jor the l:
had none of their own, he could only turn to the Greeks, and
fore synthesized nothing. For the "Aeneid is little more than the
extension of Greek history seen from a Roman point of vi
hinging on the myth that Aeneas, son of Venus, was destined b> the
gods to establish Hesperia or Italy (Rome).
*
RETURNING TO THt IRON-fRAMtD JEWISH THEME
lAfHAT HAS ALL this to do with "Jewish literature"? In to:
" Jewish Book Month, a lot. Take Bernard Malamud as an exa
author of "The Fixer," which has pervaded Jewish Book Month like
a plague. Of whom do we speak when we discuss Malamud" Is it the
author of "The Assistant." "The Magic Barrel,"- "A New Life.*' or
now "The Fixer" we mean? The opening story in "The Magic Ba
is about as "Jewish" as an American Jewish writer. I suppose, can
be. It deals with the ghetto experience transported to the hostile
environment of a foreign (American) city, where the Jew is not
a minority, but where his psychological attitude toward life has I
changed at all. What has changed is merely geographic location
In fact, the story achieves its purpose mainly as an Old
ment objective correlative Jacobs seven-year contract with i
for the hand of Rachel, after which Jacob finds that he must work
seven years longer in order to win her. What .Malamud did here was
to ignore the roots of his American racial unconscious entirely. *
cept generally to portray America as an alien environment,
therefore a source of anxiety. What he did. literally, was to CjO
trate on the mythos of his Hebraic ancestry.
This will work for a single story, or a book, or perhaps evei
or three books. After that, it must wither, and he must identify with
his environment, or the American writer, whether he be Jewish or
Christian, is no American writer at all. This was Malamud's dilemma,
which he resolved in "The New Life." But this work is not only not
Jewish, it is juvenile American and, in fact, no resolution. It is the
amateur's "Bildungsroman" the novel of the artist's personal de-
velopment which finds Malamud at his worst, a whimpering echo
of Thomas Wolfe, its uncontrolled inspiration.
For these reasons and others, in "The Fixer" he has returned t.
an iron-framed "Jewish" theme to the blood libel tales character
istic of the Russian Jewish historic experience. Here, he has learned
his lesson from Joyce that the novel is something more than a
story now, that it must be founded on myth and symbolic in the
larger sense if it is to be art at all. Reacting to his failure in "A New
Life,"he has once again sought the safety of his Jewish heritage.
*
THE ANTI-JtW IN CONTlMPOHAftY IMKATURE
MENTION MALAMUD here only because he has been the rage in
synagogue and other Jewish book review circles, where the object
is to learn "Jewish literature" and hence a scourge to enlargii -
the valid Jewish intelligence. This is not to say that "The Fixer" is not
a fine novel. But what comes after it? Malamud is only an example
of the larger dilemma. Joyce faced up to a similar one in "FinnetMi -
Wake." It took him twenty years to write and is an almost impost
exercise in communication. A far losser artist, what is there for
Malamud to anticipate? "The New Life" was not Jewish despite
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CJA Names Three Leaders
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Milton Weiss, chairman of
the 1967 Combined Jewish Appeal
campaign, has announced thj ap-
pointment of volunteers who will
trve'In a top leadership Bflpacity
on the CJA campaign cabinet
Weiss is chairman of the cabinet.
Leonard Rosen, chairman of
the board of Gulf American Lar.d
Corporation, will serve as co-
chairman of the campaign cabinet.
Rosen, who has long been active
in CJA campaigns, was a co-chair-
man of the Initial Gifts Division
in 1066, and is a member of the
board of governors of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation.
He is chairman of the board
of directors of the Hebrew
Academy and a trustee of the
United Israel Appeal. He has
served as chairman for Greater
Miami Israel Bonds in 1964-65
and was named "Chairman of
the Year" for his efforts.
Rosen is president of Temple
Menorah, and is benefactor of the
new Temple Beth-El in Cape Cor-
al, a community which his firm
has developed.
Weiss also named two honorary
chairmen of the campaign cabinet
Jay I. Kislak and Dr. Irving
Lehrman.
Kislak, chairman of the J. I.
Kislak Mortgage Corp. of Florida,
is a member of the executive com-
mittee and board of governors of
the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
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Committee of 21, Kiwanis Club of
Miami, Citizens Board of the Uni-
versity of Miami, and the Young
Presidents" Organization.
Kislak is an executive board
member of the National Confer-
ence of Christians and Jews, a
board member, director, member
of the Government Research Coun-
cil Executive Committee, and past
treasurer of the Miami Dade
Chamber of Commerce.
He is an executive board mem-
ber of the Boy Scouts of America
Jewish Book Month is Topic
"Jewish Book Month" will be
the topic of a lecture by Dr. Abra-
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Forum for Adult Education on
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tribution Committee.
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ern Region. He also served as past
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ciation of Greater Miami. Dr.
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j binic Council of the Jewish Theo-
logical Seminary of America, and
has served on a number of agency
boards which receive funds from
the CJA.
Members of thfi l'.*t7 eanvjmipn cab-
inet an- l*ounard Abesn, Mrs. Jack
AUin, H:thb. Mayer AbnmowltS, Wil-
liam AgmnoVA. It. Williams Aplo, \j.
Jules Ark in. Sidney Affonovtti, Jacob
M. Arvey, Jerome I Hank. Sain Hlank,
Louts Breslw, shepaxd Broad, David
i' Caiaman, i-<" A. ChaJkln, Joseph
Cohen, Arthur Cburahon, Leo Eisen-
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Paske, A. C. Kino. Martin Fin*-, David
R, Eneeman. Sam Fox, Samuel x.
Ftiedlandi Sydney Gana. Ben QIHer,
Mrs. A, L. Gllvkman, bam Goldman,
8am A. Goldstein, Abu Green, Nath-
an S. Gumentck, fcOUll Harris. Mai-
shall S. Harris. Sam J. Helmsn.
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Howard Kane, Aaron M. Wanner, Irv-
ing Kaplan, Leon Kaplan. Louli Ken-
in. taron Kravtts, Mrs. Inez Krenaky,
Robert Krinzman. Sidney Lefcourt,
Mra. Jean '. Lehman, Mrs. Irving
Lehrman, Sam Luby Jr.. Robert
Macht, Baron de Hlrsoty Meyer, Ben
Meyers, Harry Mlsrach, A. J. Molas-
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Friday. December
Speaking at dedication ceremonies Sunday is er, honorary president of Mount Sinai Hos-
Max Orovitz, chairman, board oi trustees, pital, Jackie Gleason, Maj. and Mrs. Albert
Seated (left to right) are Baron de Hirsch Mey- Warner, and Dr. S. Charles Werblow.
DEDICATION OF $1.5 MILLION FACILITY
ML Sinai Launches Pavilion
Max Orovitz, chairman of the
board of trustees. Invocation was
by Dr! Joseph R. Narot, of Temple
Israel.
Also appearing on the program
were Dr. Joseph Harris, vice pres-
ident of the medical staff; Mrs.
Yale N. Levinson. president of the
hospital auxiliary: Dr. Richard
Deutch. DDS, chairman of the sus-
taining board of fellows; Morris
Lapidus. architect for the Warner
Pavilion; Ronald Markham, con-
tractor; Arthur Rosichan, executive
director of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation; and Miami
Beach Police Chief Rocky Pom-
eiance.
Baron de Hirsch Meyer, honor-
ary president, introduced world
renowned TV comic Jackie Glea-
son.
Leonard Abess. president of Mt.
Sinai, brought greetings, as well
as Sam Heiman, chairman of the
building and grounds committee.
Past president of the hospital
staff. Dr. S. Charles Werblow, in-
troduced Maj. Warner.
Women Schedule
Chanuka Forty
A festive Chanuka parts win u.
held as part of lh9 monVv ^
ing of the Ys vnci ,,"
YMHA of Greater Mianu
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of the YMHA. Refresh,,,,^ Z
be served.
Complimentary baby-sit ag serv-
ice will be provided for than
women with small child n who
wish to attend and partii .ate i
the morning party, which -. 0pcn
to all women of the Miami com-
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Dedication of Mount Sinai Hos-
pital'a new ISO-bed Albert and
Bessie Warner Pavilion was held
rn Sunday, with over 600 people
in attendance. Jackie Qleason
made a special appearance at the
ceremony to pay tribute to Maj.
'Freddy the Clown' Slated
'Freddy the Clown" will be
leatured at the children's Chanuka
party at the YMHA of Greater Mi-
ami on Friday at 1:15 p.m.
Warner, one of the founders of
the Warner film dynasty.
Maj. and Mrs. Warner presented
Mount Sinai with SI.500.000 for
the construction of the new edi-
fice following his hospitalization
at Mount Sinai two years ago.
The new wing, on the bayside
of the hospital grounds, is a
four-story building, the three
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Thant Lists Safety Factors
Beth David Nursery and Daily Kindergarten Rhythm Band
prepares to entertain at the Sisterhood's open board meeting
Wednesday, 9:30 a.m., at the South Dade School, 7500 SW
120th St. Bottom row (left to right) are Todd Tendrich, Lisa
Martin, Sarah Gadon, Beth Perlman. Second row are Donald
Traurig, Michael Frank, Lawrence Scheer. Top row are
Charles Bretan, Daniel Goldstein, Nathan Seidan, Samuel
Pearl.
Klan Wizard Holds TV Interview;
'Florida Is Prosperous Growth Spot'
UNITED NATIONS (JTA)
Secretary-General U Thant pro-
posed this week to the Security |
Council methods to strengthen the
effectiveness of the United Nations
TruW Supervision Organization to-
ward "safeguarding the peace"' be
tween Israel and the four Arab
states with which it. had signed
armistice agreements in 1949,
Egypt. Jordan. Syria and Lebanon.
In a special memorandum to the
Security Council. Thant noted
that, in the recent Council debates
on the Israeli. Syrian and Jor-
danian contlicts, members of the
X'ouncil had referred "'to the ques-
tions of how the UNTSO might be
made a more effective instrument
for avoiding aimed conflict in the
area."
He reiterated the UNTSO's
present methods, noted that
UNTSO's force includes only 133
observers, that UNTSO has only
a few border observation posts
and cannot "play the buffer un-
dertaken by peace forces." He
then called on all the states in-
volved to give their fullest co-
operation to UNTSO and pro-
posed these steps
li The chairmen of the Mixed Ar-
mistice Commissions should be
enabled "to get in touch with re-
sponsible authorities on either side
at any time of the day or night":
21 "The parties should agree to the
deployment by UNTSO of mobile
observation posts in sensitive sec-
tors or wherever it may be ap-
parent that a UNTSO presence
might avert a military confronta-
tion ": 3) "The parties should give
to UNTSO every facility for get-
ting its observers to the scene of
an incident as speedily as pos-
sible":
4) "The parties should also ayree
to a wider employment by UNTSO
experts in its conduct of investiga-
tions, including trackers with,
UNTSO dogs and handler, sur-
veyors, demolition and explosive
specialists and interpreters for
both Arabic and Hebrew -langu-
ages"; and 5i "Having a helicop-
ter available and a speedboat sta
tioned on Lake Tiberias would, no-
doubt, greatly facilitate the con-
duct of UNTSO investigations, al-
though they would, of course, sub-
stantially increase the cost of
operation."
Mrs. Chasin New Bank Veep
At the board of directors meet-
ing of the Peoples American Na-
tional Bank, held Nov. 30. Mrs.
Norman Chasin was elected a vice
president of the bank. Mrs. Chasin
has been with the Peoples Group
of National Banks for five years
and is also active in many local
civic, banking and philanthropic
organizations.
#
United Klans of America, oper-
ating in 38 states, finds Florida a
"prosperous" spot for its growing
organization, said Robert Shelton.
Imperial Wizard of the United
Klans of America, on a television
program entitled "A Conversation
with a Ku Klux Klan Imperial
Wizard," telecast on Dec. 4 by sta-
tion WFTV of Orlando.
The Klan leader made the state-
ment in the hour-long program.
Ray Ruester. vice president in
charge of WFTV news, pru-lapud
the interview two weeks ago when
Shelton was in Central Florida to
appear at a public rally with six
other Klan leaders.
Shelton also charged in the
television interview that the
"House Committee on Un-Amer-
ican Activities was nothing more
than a political football used for
political expediency by the pres-
ent federal bureaucracy because
we were becoming a stumbling
block in the paths of the tyran-
nical powers under LBJ."
He is currently appealing a one-
year jail sentence for contempt of
Congress. Shelton has been con-
victed by a federal court jury, for
refusing to discuss and turn over
subpoened Klan documents to a
subcommittee of the House Com-
mittee on Un-American Activities.
Shelton protested that the Com-
mittee's investigation was not an
"authenticated investigation." and
"'the Committee has been taken
over by the element."'
WFTV president. Joseph I.,
lii'cchiiei. received the 1965 Leon-
ard L. Abess Award presented an-
nually by the B'nai B'rith Anti-
Defamation League.
Bikur Cholim
Honors Couple
Bikur Cholim, auxiliary' organ-
ization of the Israelite Center, will
honor Mr. and Mrs. Max Parness
at the Oneg Shabbat on Friday.
President of the Center, Parness
and his wife will be cited "for gen-
erous assistance beyond the call of
duty for many years." Among their
contributions has been the dona-
tion of the printing for all Bikur
Cholim functions.
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?i' Jewish National Fund banquet Sunday night at the Fon-
'-. nebleau Hotel are (left to right) Dr. Max Lipschitz, Jacob
C. Fishman, Miss Lillian Goodman, Mrs. Eva Blum, Dr. Irving
lehrman, in whose name a S5 million cultural center in
Me Ami was announced, U.S. Sen. Ernest Gruening (D.-Alas.),
Mrs. Miriam Press, Sam Schachno, Abraham Grunhut, Ben-
jamin Appel, Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, and Zev W. Kogan.
$5 MILLION PROJECT REVEALED BY JEWISH NATIONAL FUND
Plan Dr. Lehrman Cultural Center
2-v W. Kogan, Miami Beach at-
' ley and Jewish National Fund
lerder, announced Sunday night
the Greater Miami JNF Coun-
cil '.vill launch a Dr. Irving Lehr-
rrjT Cultural Center in this com-
ity's twin city in Israel, Me
A I
.'
E "me 700 persons at a banquet
which U.S. Sen. Ernest Gruen-
ing (Dem.-Alas.) was the guest
speaker at the Fontainebleau Ho-
tel also heard the Jewish National
Fund's decision to pledge to raise
$5 million over a five-year period
"to make Me Ami secure, and so
to strengthen the borders of the
Jewish state."
Dr. Lehrman, chairman of the
Foundation for the Jewish Na-
tional Fund, who visited Me
Ami this past summer, following
his last visit there when he
brought an American Torah to
the new border community, de-
clared in response: "My father
of blessed memory and my
grandfather of blessed memory,
revered rabbis and scholars,
cried their eyes out for decades
Gruening Slams U.S. Mideast Policy
I S. Senator Ernest Gruening of
A.'r-ka Sunday urged nationwide
ests and reprisals next Elec-
tion Day against present U.S. pol-
ices in the Middle East.
5n. Gruening, Democrat of1
A ska, spoke before a tightly-
ish National Fund at the Fon-|
if-ebleau Hotel.
I am profoundly shocked at the
. (I taken by our government at
UN against Israel.
Israel is the only nation in
-t Mideast that represents the
.try principles for which our
en and women have laid down
'-eir lives. Yet we condemn her
for taking the only action pos-
sible to protect the lives of her
citizens," said Sen. Gruening.
I
"Every citizen, Jewish or Chris-1
tian, should make his protest!
known through the ballot box.
That's the only language our poli- \
ticians understand. The United |
States can send men to fight a j
war 10,000 miles away in Viet |
Nam, but can not prevent a war
in the Middle East.
"I am afraid for another Pearl \
Harbor in Tel Aviv or Jerusalem.
It will not mean a little war. It
will be World War III."
One of the nation's formidable
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Southeast Asia, the Alaskan legis-
lator noted that "Nasser will not
gain any more aid from the United
States as long as Egypt resells
our aid to countries behind the
Iron Curtain."
Speaking before some 700 guests
at the Jewish National Fund ban-
quet. Gruening said that Israel has
been the most successful among
the new nations politically, eco-
nomically, and productively.
With Egypt out of the way for
American aid, he stressed that
America should "show an active
role in aiding Israel." He em-
phasized that three sessions ago
in Congress, he found approval
of his Amendment ending aid
to Egypt.
"But a provisionary clause has
been added, stating that the Pres-
ident may give Nasser aid if in the
national interest," a rider Gruen-
ing roundly attacked.
He said to JNF supporters that
"U.S. dollars had enabled Egypt
to wage war in Yemen, to foment
trouble in Jordan and Saudi Arab-
ia, and to stir up trouble in Cyp-
rus. Now this has changed, and
America should begin to recipro-
cate aid to Israel."
He called upon the United
States, which has extensive de-
fense treaties such as SEATO,
which guarantees the independ-
ence of small countries of the
area against attack. "Why in the
name of God is Israel not in-
cluded in such a treaty. Of all
countries, Israel deserves it
most.
"Ambassador Goldberg was
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In describing his first visit to
Me Ami four years ago. Dr. Leh
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for the Jordanian attack on th
eve of the 18th year of isr 'r:
independence. Me Ami would hTv.
been turned over for civilian M
cupancy. Instead, memorial
ices were held for the fallen hem
Iitzchak Neufeld. 20-year-old com'
mander of the outpost.
"Why does the United State-
send 325,000 soldiers to Viet Nam
to protect that country against on
slaught from the north, and at the
same time condemn Israel when
she resorts to self-defense against
marauders and terrorists who mir
der Israelies on Israeli soil?
"Despite everything," said Dr.
Lehrman, who is spiritual leader
of Temple Emanu-EI, "Israel %
will survive, and its people will
survive."
Chairman of the evening was
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. spirit
ual leader of Temple Menorah. In-
vocation was delivered by Dr. Max
Lipschitz, spiritual leader of Tern
pie Beth Torah. Millie Drazier ac
companied guest soprano, Molly
Stark, at the piano.
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Page 9-A
Wallace Eyes Third Party Ticket Lead
New West German Foreign
Ministe: Willi Brandt, Social
Democrat in the Kiesinger
coalition, is expected to try
to maintain friendly relations
with Israel. (See Page 1-A.)
Continued from Page 1-A
had to woo quite a few voters:
i away fiom both a conservative
, Barry Ooldwater and Wallace's
i fellow southerner, Lyndon B.j
Johnson. Actually, he committed'
himself in 1964 to run in 16 states;
but once he had made his pub-
licity splash and satisfied his de-
sire to annoy both the Republican
and Democratic high command,
he drew in his horn-.
Since that lime, our ration
has set a much larger stage for
the poli ical emergence of a
Wallace force. His segregationist
preachments and the alarms he
sounds about violence In the
streets adds up to the kind of
campaign material enabling
George P. Mahoney to make the
frightening threat he did in
Maryland and bringing Lester
Maddox so close to the govern-
or's chair in Georgia, he could
try it out for size.
Added to that, the whopping
Reds Warn
Syria On
War Aims
LONDON (JTA) The Soviet
Union indicated to Syria Sunday
that it had better tone down its
calls fci a "war of liberation"
against 3*Tael, and concentrate in-
stead en constructive develop-
ments.
At the same time, the Kremlin
attack*;! Jordan's King Hussein
for opposing "piogressive ele-
ments" in the Middle East, and
gain B:cu3ed Western "imperial-
ism" ol responsibility for the cur-
rent tt.-.iions in the Middle East.
It also criticized Israel, but in a
much milder form than earlier.
The Soviet \iew appeared in j
Pravda. organ of the Communist
Party, and was interpreted in part
as a hint that the Kremlin wants
the regime in Syria, which it has
support; d, to go easy on its war
aims. -.=sertini that even the
West recognizes now that the So-
viet policy in the Middle East
aims tovard lessening of tensions
and securing peace in the area,
Pravda -aid: "It is not on the bat-
tlefield, but on constructive sites,
that people build their future."
Pravda reminded Syria that the
USSR has been providing eco-
nomic and technical aid for the
construction of a proposed Syrian
dam or "he Euphrates River.
Jordan Key to
Mid-East Peace
Continued from Page 1-A
the Jerdenian crisis stemming
from Hie Israeli raid.
Tin '.ing 'old a press confer
ence ix Amman that Jordan was
willing to consider basing United
Nations peace-keeping troops on
the Jor: anian-Israeli border.
Jordan reported a clash with
Syrian commanders in which four
Syrian- were captured who, ac-
cording to Jordan, admitted they
had been sent by Syria to sabo-j
tage installations at Jordan. The
statement, if true, would indicate
a new and more serious division
within the Arab world camps of i
"royalists" such as King Hussein,;
and the "revolutionary" regimes
of Egypt, Syria and Iraq.
Rabbi Berger's Sermon Theme
Thorre for a series of Friday
evening sermons to be delivered
9 through December by Rabbi Max-
well Berger at Temple Zamora
will be "Are We Jewish, Relig-
ious or Confused?" First topic will
be "I Am a Good Jew, But "
two-to-one defeat of New York's
Police Review Board program is
bound to give the Wallacites heart
in their determination to whack
away at both major parties. Grant-
ed there were thousands of sober
and dedicated Democrats and Re-
publicans who themselves wanted
to get rid of the Police Review
Beard, it is still true that many
solid communal agencies like the
American Jewish Committee,
American Jewish Congress. Anti-
Defamation League, Jewish Labor
Committee, Catholic Interracial
Council. Protestant Council of
New York and such leading polit-
ical figures as Mayor John V.
Lindsay and Senators Jacob K.
Javits and Robert F. Kennedy put
their names on the line to keep
'he Police Review Board in busi-
ness.
Anyone who has attended Birch-
style meetings at which the "back-
yourlocal-police" battle cry be-
comes a part of the mystique of
the forces of fear will readily un-
derstand this allusion. The fierce
fight to limit the review of police
practices to police themselves is
deeply significant.
Given such a civic atmosphere;
given the political campaign re-
sults that amount to telling Con-
gress to pull back from social wel-
fare legislation; given the reac-
tion of anger that is certain to
emerge in America's hobbled and
sinouldeiing black ghettos; given
the blow now dealt with the anti-
poverty campaign; given the de-
feat suffered by those who have
worked so hard for the open occu-
pancy principles in housing; given
the tacit mandate to concentrate
more on guns and ease off some-
what on butter, many political
forces of the nation can be ex-
pected now to take on a far less
liberal coloration.
In such a climate, Gov. Wal-
lace has the opportunity he was
groping for in 1964, but with a
gate better oiled for 1968. As
early as Sept. 19, while attend-
ing a meeting of the Southern
Governors Conference, he came
close to announcing his candi-
dacy for the Presidency. The
day after the election, he let it
be known that Governor-elect
Ronald Reagan of California is
too liberal to head the ticket.
All of which suggests that it is
not too soon to have another look
at Article 2 of the Constitution of
the United States. There it is
clearly written that if no presi-
dential candidate receives a ma-
jority of the electoral votes, the
duty of deciding the presidency
shall fall upon the House of Rep-
resentatives. .Many members of
that branch of Congress are from,
southern and other states where
men in power are fond of kicking
over the political traces. In case
Wallace continues to gather steam
and in case the Vietnam crisis in
still with us in 1968. there is a
possibility that a tie may be brok-
en not by the electorate but by the
Congressmen.
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Friday, December 9, 1966

MET STAR JAN PEERCE TO SING
Bond Chanuka Fete Sunday
New Money Order Design
Postmaster E. M. Dunlap has
announced that new postal money
orders designed to cut in half
their processing time thiough
banking channels are now on sale
throughout the nation, according
to Postmaster General Lawrence
F. O'Brien.

Jon Peerce
The S.R.O. sign will be out for
the second annual community-
wide Chanuka Festival on Sunday
night at the
Miami Beach
Auditori-
um. Officials of
the Israel Bond
Organiza-
tion, sponsors
of the event, in-
dicated that the
event "will be
a complete sell-
out, duplicating
last year's
Festival.''
Compli-
mentary tickets
arc provided to
all 1966 Great-
er Miami Israel Bond purchasers
-------
Religious School
Weekend Activity
\ variety of activities took place
at Beth Torah Religious School last
v eekend headed by guest speakers,
with impressive Torah ceremonies
also held on Sunday morning.
On Saturday morning. Abraham
Tooch. director of the Jewish
Agency for the Southeast Region
ol the United States, spoke at serv-
ices of the student congregation
in the youth auditorium on Israels
18th year of independence.
He was introduced by Michael
Newman, vice president of the
congregation, welcomed by Alan
Bernstein and Erica Reiss, pres-
idents of the congregation, with
Jason Kati, Sheldon Enjler and
Mark Greenspan serving as ,
rabbis.
Following the services, Tooch
V. as feted at a special Kiddush I
given for officers of the congrega-|
tion. At the same time, students
ol the Alef Congregation held their
first Shabbat luncheon under the
direction of Miss Toby Cavell, with
more than 30 youngsters from the
aga of 5 to 8 participating. Each |
veek they conduct their own Shab-
bat services, with Andy Ross and
Moshe Gittelson serving as rabbis.
On Sunday morning, a ceremony \
was held marking the beginning of j
the study of Humash (Bible) by
class 2C of the Religious School'
taught by Mrs. Howard Homer.
and are obtainable through the i
Israel Bond office. 424 Lincoln Ln.
The star-studded program will
include Metropolitan opera star,
Jan Peerce, folk humorist Emil
Cohen, the Miami Beach Sym-
phony Orchestra under the baton
of Barnet Breeskin, the Hora
Fetival Dancers, the Greater
Cantor Breeh
Guest Vocalist
Cantor Saul H. Brech, of Tem-
ple Beth Raphael. Miami Beach,
will be guest vocalist at the South-
gate Hadassah Founder's Day
luncheon on Dec. 12 in the Gigi
Room of the Fontaincbleau Hotel.
Festivities will begin at 12:30
p.m. Mrs. Tillie Schwartz is chair-
man, and president is Mrs. Joseph
Rosenberg.
The chapter held an Oneg Shab-
bat on Saturday. Dec. 3. in the Ter-
race Room of Southgate Towers.
Review of the book. "The Fixer.''
was presented by Mrs. Hada.sah
Fassler Mrs. Henry Schwartz
served as chairman.
Mrs. Sadie Adakin portrayed the
angel. Entertainment was followed
by refreshments.
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Miami Choral Society, directed
by Lawrence Hedgpeth and the
Scottish Bagpipers.
A highlight will be the dramatic
pageant. "A Saga of Israel." A
special musical score for the page-
ant has been prepared by Conduc-
tor Breeskin. Musical consultant is
David Conviser. Choreographer is
Jack Nagle.
The narration will feature Ar-
nold Warren, of WGBS. and Ken
Taylor, of WLBW. Ch. 10.
Peerce will chant the traditional
Chanuka ceremony and present a
special program from the classic
Hebraic liturgy.
A Happy Chanuka
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CONG. WELTNER DUE AT JAN. 15 FLORIDA REGION GATHERING HERE
Maddox Foe Will Keynote ADL Meeting
Cify of Hope Review
Cong. Charles L. Weltner, of
Georgia, will be keynote speaker at
the forthcoming annual board
meeting of the Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith on Sunday,
Jan. 15, at the Dupont Plaza
Hotel.
Judge William L. Pallot, chair-
man of the Florida regional board,
said that "we are delighted with
the Congressman's acceptance of
our invitation because we recog
nizv in him a man of principles,
truly dedicated to what is best for
his country.
"Although favored to win *
third term in th House of Re-
presentatives in November, he
withdrew his own nomination
rattier than support his party's
nominee for governor, Lester G.
Maddox. Because he was com-
pletely opposed to the racist
views of Mr. Maddox, he could
not, in good conscience, comply
with his party's loyalty oath to
support all partv nominees. Act-
ing as he did, Mr. Weltner took
a step which is most rare in our
country's political history."
Born in Atlanta in 1927. Mr.
Teddy Approved UN Censure
JERUSALEM (JTA) Sen.
Edward Kennedy told the press
here this week that he associated
himself with the Security Council
Nov. 25 condemnation of Israel for
its action against Jordan on Nov.
13.
The Massachusetts Democrat
came to Israel from a visit to Jor-
dan, during which he visited the
Simula area which was the target
of the Israeli retaliation raid and
the Arab refugee camps.
He also told the newsmen
that he had always opposed the
use of United Nations Relief
and Works Agency funds for
refugees receiving training from
the "Palestine Liberation Organ-
ization," and that he continued
to do so "after visiting the
camps."
The Senator met with the press
after an hour meeting with Prem-
ier Levi Bshkol in the Premier's
office. The Senator called the
meeting "frank and useful." Later,
he planted a tree in Ihe forest on
the outskirts of Jerusalem named
after his brother, the late Pres-
ident John F. Kennedy.
Then he paid a visit to the Had
assah Hospital Reception Center,
also named tor the late President.
Ihe Senator then had lunch with
Foreign Minister Abba Eban and
later left for Rehovot where he
visited the Weizmann institute.
Good-Will Cruise Greeted Warmly
Members of the Miami Israel
"Chai" Good-Will Cruise have re-
ceived the warm blessings of the
.epresentatives of foreign govern-
ments stationed in Miami. The oc-
casion was a reception tendered by
Luis De Bayle, dean of Miami's
Consular Corps, and member of
:he corps, last Sunday afternoon
at the El Flamenco Supper Club.
The Miami Israel "Chai" Good-
will Cruise aboard Israel's flag-
ship, the SS Shalom, will embark
on an eight-day voyage from Miami
on Jan. 6. Ports of call will include
San Juan, St. Thomas and St.
Maarten, where heads of respec-
tive governments will entertain
the members of the cruis in official
exchanges of good-will. Some 200
members of the cruise attended
the reception tendered by De Bayle
and the Consular Corps.
Senior consul in the Miami area
remarked that the late Ambassa-
dor De Leasepa Morrison. Ambas-
sador of the Organization of Amer-
ican States, came from Washing-
Ion to launch the initial Pan Amer-
ican Friends of Good-Will Cruise
in 1961. He noted that that tour
"created a stir in all the countries
visited," and felt that the forth-
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agent for the Seaboard Railroad
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across the background of the seal
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and in visits to the refugee
camps, he said here that he had
found "great human misery in
the camps."
He deplored the United States
decision to cut its contributions
to the UNRWA budget and said he
would raise that issue on his re-
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School in 1950. he entered the
practice of law in Atlanta, after
serving for two years as a first
lieutenant in the U.S. Army.
First elected to Congress in
1962. he was the only southern con-
gressman to vote for the 1964 civil
rights bill. As a member of the
House Un-American Activities
Committee, he succeeded in bring-
ing about a probe of the Ku Klux
Klan.
Early this year, he wrote a
book. "Southerner," which deals
with the problems of the South.
Following his withdrawal from the
congressional race in October.
Speaker of the House John Mc
Cormack called him "one of the
bravest men I have ever met in all
my years in public life."
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i Jbwj Friday. December 3. 1966
Miami Beach Chapter. Women's League for Israel, celebrates
Dr. Abraham Wolfson's 85th birthday at Washington Federal.
Front row (left to right) are Mrs. Scrah Kunin. Mrs. Emma Rat-
r.er. Mrs. Rose Hoch;tem, Mrs. Viola Minkoff. Mrs. Elizabeth
Richman, Mrs. Alex Dellerson, program vice president; Mrs.
Harry Kapell, president and sister of the honored guest; Mrs.
Edwin Niman. New York, his dauahter; Mrs. Birdie Zahler. his
niece; Mrs. Jack Kahn. another sister; Mrs. Leah Udell and
Mis. Tanya Wolthin. Froaram featured Mn>. Fanuie Gold-
s'ein, who offered several piano selections, and Mrs. Udell,
who presented original poems. As a tribute to Israel's 13th
anniversary, the League has scheduled a Chanuka latke and
card parly for Friday, Dec. 16, 12:30 p.m., at Chase Federal.
425 Aithur Godfrey Rd. Mrs. Udell and Mrs. Morris Schor are
in charge of reservations.
DURING THE WEEK ... AS I SEE IT
'Jewish Books9Need Clear Definition
Continued from Page 4-A
its Jewish hero. "The Fixer" is
Jewish again despite him.
The problem is that once the
American Jewish writer's past
has been discovered and exposed
in his artistic experience, he is no
longer specifically Jewish. "Her-
zog," as an example, illustrates
the point best We are not in
this novel concerned with a Jew,
but with a depressingly neurotic
human being who merely hap-
pens to be Jewish. Hence, Her-
zog, himself, is not only the anti-
hero; he is the anti-Jew. And
this is precisely what most "Jew-
ish literature" in America has
been about during the past
decade.
Joyce, Proust and Mann, the
triad of twentieth centuiy gen-
ius in the novel, all used Jews
s heroes in the sense that they
(Bloom, Swann. Naphta) could
Symbolize the exile, the man in-
creasingly separated from him-
self and without, so to speak, a
spiritual country. Hemingway, in
"The Sun Also Rises." exploited
this technique in Robert Cohn,
who became a foil for the lost
generation typified by Lady Brett
and her impotent lover.
DH BECOMING WRTERS WHO
tRt INCIDENTALLY JEWISH
B
UT THE DECLINE in America
of the sociologically-hyphen-
ated life, where Jews looked
upon themselves as Jews trans-
ported to a new nation from the
Old World and where, at least for
a while, America remained inci-
dental to the force of their tra-
ditional cultural momentum, sim-
ilarly spelled the decline of the
Jew as symbolic of exile. What
Saul Bellow seems about today
makes him (and "Herzog") no
more Jewish than Hemingway
and "Sun" were.
What he seems about in the
first place is to capitalize on the
general American fascination
with the Jewish intellect, wheth-
er it be in art, on the college
campus, criticism or science. The
fascination may stem from a
variety of reasons peculiar to the
Gentile sensibility and unrelated
to the problem here; but, for his
part, "Herzog" primarily demon-
strates Bellow's determination to
prove his literary capability de-
spite his Jewishness, not because
of it. It suggests the Jewish writ-
er's desire to be recognized as
an American on his own terms |
to reach beydnd his recogni- j
tion as an elite or even exotic j
being.
To return to the beginning:
The ultimate end for American
Jewish writers is that they will |
inevitably become writers who
are incidentally Jewish. British
or French or Russian writers are
writers seen in terms of their
nationality. Also seen in these i
terms. Judaism has until recently !
Gordon Chairs Schools Confab
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Loan Association of Miami B",nth.
was chairman of the National Con-
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?ening on Sunday in Washington.
The conference, which brought
together 400 legislative leaders
from every state, is sponsored by
the National Committee for Sup
port of the Public Schools, of which
Gordon is secretary-treasurer and
a member of the executive com-
mittee.
Funded by a grant from the
Ford Foundation, the conference
brought state legislators involved
in planning and allocating the edu-
cation appropriations in each
state.
Gordon, who is serving his sec-
ond term as a member of the Dade
County Board of Public Instruc-
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been a nationality. It is less so
today because the American Jew-
ish writer, at least at this time,
aims largely to depress the dif-
ferences that set him off from
others. His metier is the anti-
story, the anti-hero, the anti-Jew.
It will not be that at all tomor-
row. If it is, then the anti-Semite
shall have again had h's way. for
the Jewish writer shall have
once again become artificially
sensitized to what is after all
only his religious exclusivity
not a national exclusivity. (No-
where, in all our frenzied search
for the "Jewish writer" and the
"Jewish novel," have we ever
suggested that it is a religious
writer or a religious novel we
are after).

LONGING TO DISCOVER
OLD ETHNIC THEMES
IJNTIL Book Month speakers
** make these points with
intelligence and understanding.
Kosygin Vows
Emigration Easing
Continued from Page 1-A
about reunification of families.
There is not a single country in
the world which found a solution
to the problem of interior nations
as did the Soviet Union. We have
in the Soviet Union very many na-
tions and all of them are equal.
We take care of the interests of
all nations represented in the So-
viet Union. This concerns Jews as
well as all the others."
The question posed to the
Soviet Premier about arranging
a Middle East peace conference
referred to the peace talks ar-
ranged by the Soviet Union in
Tashkent between India and
Pakistan which brought a cease-
fire in the war between those
two countries.
Replying to the question, Prem-
ier Kosygin said: "There is no
question of a Tashkent conference
for the Middle East. You must un-
derstand that there can be such
a conference only in case that both
sides, that means both belligerents,
would agree on such a conference.
This is impossible in the Middle
East because there they do not
want it."
they will never be talking about
Jewish books in America, but
only longing to discover old eth-
nic themes in a new setting,
which is an aesthetic impossibil-
ity. Or else, they will have to
turn to martyrology, or to Jewish
literature of the past, or to Is-
raeli writing, which is of course
patently national. In this context,
finally, it must be understood
that the chroniclers of the mar-
tyrs are not Americans, as are
the I. B. Singers among us also
not American from the literary
point of view. Singer, in fact, is
the last of the ghetto souls, the
historian of a worla now gone
and dead.
As for Israel, no Jewish Book
Month would seem to be needed
there at all not, at least, as
we know it in the American
synagogue.
Chanuka Festival
At Miami T
A Chanuka Festival, will be held
on Saturday, 7 p.m., in the Ball-
room of the YM and WHA of
Greater Miami. 8500 SW 8th St.
The program will feature "Y:'
members of all ages, II wit] open
with a dramatic choral reading en-
titled the "Meaning of Chanuka
presented by the Junior lliih The-
ater Workshop Group.
Candlel'ghtins ceremony will in-
clude leaders of all "Y" activities.
The program also will featu e
humorous skits. Special awards
will be presented.
List of soloists on the program
includes Bonnie Hertz, singer and
guitarist; Barbara Glason. song
stylist; Asher Stem, monologue;
Kim Gordon, song and dance;
Philip Naskin. monologi-.e. Molly
Roe, songs; Charles Weinstein,
monologue; Isabelle Gonshak,
Soprano soloist: Esther Stem, comi-
cal monologue: Jack Friedenn,
Gert Krasnow. Wilfred Rose,
Blanche Reisman. humorous skit.
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Jen 1st FIcrM/an
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Women to Hear Labor Authority
Sidney Lens, author, traveler,
i and authority on the American
j labor movement, was to speak on
'Latin American Revolt" to mem-
bers of the Women's International
League for Peace and Freedom on
Thursday, Dec. 8, in the Starlight
Room of the Biscayne Terrace Ho-
tel. Session was to begin at 8 p.m.
Besides writing numerous books
and contributing articles to maga-
zines including the Yale Review.
| New Leader, and Harper's Bazaar.
Lens has visited over 81 countries
in the last 12 years. He has served
Learning the story of Chanuka, children at
the Temple Emanu-El Solomon Schechter Day
School light a Chanuka Menorah. They are
Shelley Lipschitz, Ira Badtwald, Ycel Ynnich,
Jeffrey Kirschenbcum, Lisa Fred, Jay Adler
and Sarah Rubinstein.
Extremists Issue Manifesto
Continued from Page 1-A
Foint ten puts the NDP on record as 'de-.
maniling" an ?end to the lie about sole German
responsibility whereby thousands of millions of
money fias been extorted from our nation." The
party has called for an immediate end to such demonstration.
compensation payments.
Meanwhile protests against the extremist
Nat'onal Democratic Party continued in West
Germany, A group of 4.000 young people march-
ed through the streets of Hamburg in such a
Students from the four corners of the world attending the
Hebrew Academy join hands to symbolize world unity as they
jointly light the first Chanuka candle. Left to right aie Debbie
Lieberman, North Miami Beach, Fla., USA (North America);
Benjamin Flint, Bogota, Colombia (South America); Yafla
Segal. Tel Aviv, Israel (Asia); and Shira Rackovsky, Sidney
(Australia).
Gifts to Children At Chanuka Party
Congregation of Temple Tifer-
eth Israel will hold its annual
Chanuka party on Sunday, Dec. 11,
(sorting with a luncheon at 12:30
p.m.
Hebrew and Sunday School
students will participate in the
entertainment, and there will be
dancing to a live band and com-
munity singing.
Gifts will be given to every child
present.
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anon Iio.-pital on Dec. 15 to 17,
it was announced by hospital
president, Harry I.. Lewis.
Principal discussion leader at
the sessions will be Dr. Richard
Gorlin. assistant professor of med-
icine at Harvard University Med-
ical School, and director of the
Cardiova-cular Laboratory at Peter
Bent Brigham Hospital in Boston.
The final Saturday morning ses-
sion. 9 to 11 a.m.. will be a com-
bined clinical conference with the
cardiology section of the Univer-
sity of Miami Medical School, and
will be held at Jackson Memorial
Hospital.
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Friday, December 9. 1966
Sabbath of Prayer for Soviet Jewry
Proclaimed by Rabbinical Association
Rabbinical Association of Great-, proclamation throughout the
cr Miami has proclaimed Friday j United States. Some 30 major
night and Saturday as a Sabbath cities have designated this Sab-
locelly by Dr. Max A. Lipschiti,
president of the Rabbinical As-
sociation, and circulated for in-
clusion in tho various congrega-
tional bulletins by Rabbi Solo-
mon Schiff, executive vico pres-
of Prayer for Soviet Jewry
This is in keeping with a call
by (tie Afherican Jewish Confer-
ence on Soviet Jewry for such a
bath for the
Jewry.
theme of Soviet
Tha proclamation was issued
UJA 9a National
Confab to Hear
HHH and Eban
By Special Report
Nice President Hubert H Hum
phrey. Foreign Minister of Israel
Abba S. Eban. and Louis A. Pin-
cus. chairman of the Jewish Agen-
cy for Israel, will head the roster
of distinguished American and in-
ternational figures who will par-
ticipate in the 29th annual na-
tional conference of the United
Jewish Appeal to be held at the
New York Hilton Hotel on Friday-
through Sunday, it was announced
by Max M. Fisher, of Detroit, gen-
eral chairman of the nationwide
UJA.
Fisher also announced that rep-
resentatives of the Jewish com-
munities of Europe and Latin
America have been invited to par-
ticipate in the conference, which
will bring together 2.500 American
Jewish leaders from all parts of
the nation.
The conference will mark the
18th anniversary of the State of
Israel and will chart the UJA's
campaign for 1967.
Highlight of the three day con-
ference sessions will be the tradi-
tional banquet on Saturday even-
ing, when the major speakers will
include Vice President Humphrey.
Eban and Pincus.
HAPPY HOLIDAYS
BARBARA and
NEVILLE GREEN
LAMP and
SHADE CENTER
1626 ALTON ROAD
Miami Beach, Florida
Holiday Greetings to All
Our Friends and Patrons
Fenton & Muskat
REALTORS
529 Arthur Godfrey Rd.
MIAMI BEACH
Phone JE 8-0631
Holiday Greetings
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CARS TRUCKS
STATION WAGONS
Lubrication, oil changes, to
complete engine, transmis-
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Chanuka Greetings from
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Mug Barber Shop
"We Need Your Head
for Our Business"
Manicurist
Air Conditioned
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Phone Wl 7-9288
Rabbis were also urged to de-
vote their Chanuka programs dur-
ing this weekend to the subject of
Soviet Jewry.
"The community will be made,
aware of the plight of three mil-
lion Jews in Soviet Russia who are;
experiencing religious discrimina-
tion aimed at awakening Ameri-
can Jews to the plight of their fel-
low Jews, and to help bring to
bear a climate of public opinion
which will reverse the course of
Soviet oppression and allow Sov-
iet Jewry to live freely in their
faith."
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
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Open 'til 9 P.M. in Dec.
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from
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Vases if Frames & Plates
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Holiday Greetings
from
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Decorative Gifts & Accessories
For The Home
"Browse To Tour Hearts Content"
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Miami Beach, Florida
Holiday Greetings to All
from
the
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Owner "Beanie" Cabral
250 Opa Locka Blvd.
OPA LOCKA
CHANUKA GREETINGS
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(USED FURNITURE,
BUILDING MATERIALS, ETC.)
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Phone 688-0462
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MIAMI
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BEST WISHES
ft
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OF MIAMI BEACH
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Washington Ave. at Lincoln Rd. Mall, Phone 538-7831
S. Mort Zimmerman Walter L. Hartman
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HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL
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23 E. Okeechobee Rd., Hialeah, Fla.
Phone 888-7492
HOLIDAY GREETINGS from
Ralph D. Hollander
DADE UNDERWRITERS INSURANCE AGENCY
901 N.E. 125th Street, North Miami PI 1-8586
'V
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Neo-Nazi Successes Worry Eban
Continued from Page 1-A
who said that Germany was on
the way back to Nazism was
doing "this small party" a favor
it did not deserve. He stressed
that the development was the
emergence of neo-Nazis and not
an increase in their strength. He
declared that the NDP had pro-
vided a new rallying point for
Germany's neo-Nazis but that
they had always existed in an
undercover motion.
The Foreign Minister made his
remarks in reply to a motion for
Knesset debate on the issue offer-
ed by Mrs. E. 'Palmi of Mapam.
Mrs. Talmis motion was trans-
mitted to the Foreign Affairs and
Security Committee for further
study.
Shimon Peres, secretary general
of former Prime Minister David
Ben-Gurion's dissident Israel
Workers Party, also commented
on the issue. Mr. Peres expressed
the opinion that more attention
should be given to the fact that 92
percent of West Germans did not
Students Offer
Holiday Program
Monday, 8 p.m., has been set
lor the annual Chanuka party of
the Beth Jacob Sisterhood to be
held in the Whitman Social Hall,
311 Washington Ave.
Students in the Talmud Torah,
will present ja. Chanuka program
followed by a candlelight cere-
mony, and a musical selections by
Cantor Maurice Mamches.
vote for the extremist National
Democratic Party in the elections
in Hesse and Bavaria. The Kafi
dffical. a former Deputy Defense
Minister, said that the German ma
Joritjf sAmild be encouraged
against the neo-Naris.
Generally, Israel reacted calmly
disregarding Kiesinger's admitted
Nazi past in the expectation that
he would generally follow the
same policies toward Israel as
those of his predecessors.
Asher Ben-Nathan, Israel's
first ambassador to Bonn, home
for a brief visit to discuss with
Israeli officials Hie West Ger-
man political change-over, said
he had "grounds for believing"
that the Klesinger government
would show "understanding" of
the problems "mutual to Israel
and West Germany."
Peres added that "we will judge
Kiesinger and his government on
the merits of their deeds, not their
past record." He remarked that
in some cases, the origins of rec-
ords about Germans during the
I Nazi era was dubious.
Willi Brandt, the former West
Berlin mayor who fought in the
resistance movement against the
Nazis, was named Foreign Minis-
ter. He was expected to try to
maintain present West German-
Israeli relations while seeking to
improve relations with the Arab
countries which were ruptured by
the Arab Governments in response
to West Germany's recognition of
Israel.
A normalization of those rela-
i lions by the new Government was
i predicted by King Hussein of Jor-
] dan in an interview with the Ger-
man Press Agency.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
TO ALL
ST I ART
PROPERTIES,
INC
Harold Sehres Louis Alweis
Sheldon Leider
1451 E. 10th AVE.
Hialeah
TU 5-3831
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many friends and clients
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Holiday Greetings from
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TO ALL MY FRIENDS
IN THE GREATER MIAMI
JEWISH COMMUNITY .
I EXTEND MY SINCERE
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Phone 757-6941
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1436 Alton Rd., Miami Beach 531-5069
6150 N.E. 4th Ave. 751-6526
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tJfewisJIi Floridian
Miami, Florida, Friday, December 9, 1966
Section B
Hadassah's Henrietta Szold Feted
Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah, in celebration of Jewish
Book Month, is shown donating to the Central Jewish Library
of the Bureau of Jewish Education some rare Hebrew volumes.
Termed "Tarbuth," the gift consists of a complete Hebrew
encyclopedia of 16 volumes illustrated in color. This constitutes
the first part of the gift of the Miami Beach Chapter to the
Bureau's Central Library in a projected annual library assist-
ance program. Left to right are Mrs. Henry B. Wernick, pres-
ident, Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah, turning the collec-
tion over to Louis Schwartman, executive director, Bureau of
Jewish Education; Mrs. Barnett Beckerman, education chair-
man and vice president of Hadassah; Mrs. Bernard Lipson,
Founder's Day chairman; and Mrs. Manning Mintus, publicity
chairman.
.., 0
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j
by ISABEL GROVE
All proceeds from the Henrietta
Szold Day luncheons being held by
the Miami Beach Chapter of Ha-
dassah units during December will
be applied to the establishment
of the new Cancer Research
Building which will house the
Moshe Sharett Institute of Oncol-
ogy in Hadassah's City of Science
Medical Center in Israel.
t *
Mrs. Jack Miller, vocational ed-
ucation chairman, has announced
that the Miami Beach Chapter is
launching its second in the book
review series on Tuesday, 1:30
p.m., at the Algiers Hotel. Mrs.
Arthur A. Pekelner, leadership
training consultant of Florida Re-
gion of Hadassah, will review
"Bring My Sons from Far," by
Ralph Lowenstein,
The Bihle Study Group second
session will be held on Saturday,
12:30 p.m., at the home of Mrs.
Eva Blum, 4747 Collins Ave. Mrs.
Sanford Jacobson, chairman of
Bible Study Group, will discuss
the "Psalms."
a
Bay Harbor Group will hold its
regular luncheon meeting on Mon-
day, 11:30 a.m., at the Balmoral
Hotel. Afternoon will include a
candlelighting ceremony in tribute
to Chanuka, the birthday of Hen-
rietta Szold, founder of Hadassah,
and a film. Mrs. Joseph Epstein
is president.
a
Deborah Group will hold its
regular meeting on Monday, 1
p.m., at the Mimosa Apts.. 4747
Collins Ave. After a brief business
meeting, cards will follow, with in-
struction on pam by Mrs. Louis
Gidney and Mrs. Sandy Fine. Mrs.
Charles Gertler is president.
*
Forte Towers Group will hold
its regular monthly meeting on
Monday, 7:30 p.m., at the North
Building Auditorium. A special
Chanuka program will be present-
ed. Mrs. Frances Sass is president.
* t.
Israeli Group will hold its reg-
ular luncheon meeting on Monday
noon at the Algiers Hotel. Follow-
ing the candlelighting ceremony in
honor of Chanuka, there will be
a musical program led by Mrs.
Tibor H. Stern. Mrs. Milton Sirkin
will be guest speaker. Mrs. Joseph
Meyer is president.
* *
Emma Lazarus Group will hold
its regular monthly meeting on
Continued on Page S-B
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i
Unique feature of the wedding
which united the former Flor-
ence Peppi Hausman and Donald
F. Widenhouse on Sunday after-
noon, Nov. 27, was the anniver-
sary cake presented to the bride's
aunt and uncle. Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Hausman. of Baltimore.
IMi celebrating 27 years of to-
getherness Nuptials for the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben
Hausman, of N. Bay Village, and
the son of Mr. and Mrs. M. G.
Widenhouse, Midland, N.C., held
at Temple Israel with Rabbi Jos-
eph Narot officiating Among
the large group of out-of-town
relatives here from the groom's
home town were the Marvin Wid-
enhouses, Gail Widenhouse, Mr.
and Mrs. Howard Hartzell and
Don Morgan Also from
Maryland came I .or- Hausman,
Adelphi, Mrs. II. Alper, Silver
Spring, Mrs. J. Rose. Rose Haven,
and Jack Gelrud, Lexington Park
. Mrs. Billie Kremer, Mrs. L.
Resnick and Don Epstein are
residents of Washington, D.C.
... Gil Kitt is a Chicagoan, Mr.
and Mrs. A. P. Feldman, of Ak
ron, and Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Gold-
stein, of Cleveland, owe their
allegiance to Ohio, and James
Kenneth Feldman calls W. Hart-
ford, Conn., home.
e *
That old saw which refers to
the efficiency of busy people cer-
tainly applies to Lillian Chasin,
who has been upped to a vice
presidency of the Peoples Amer-
ican National Bank of North Mi-
ami after being with them a
mere five years Fortunately,
by her own admission, the inde-
fatigable Lil requires very little
sleep for among her activities
with local and civic groups she
serves as publicity chairman of
the Miami Chapter of Hadassah,
notifications chairman of the Na-
tional Association of Bank Wom-
en, recording secretary and di-
rector of the South Florida Youth
Symphony, active on the cultural
committee of the City of North
Miami Beach, and member of the
North Miami Beach Chamber of
Commerce ... In addition she's
wife and mother in a Sky Lake
home for husband Norman, and
two teen-agers, I.arry 16 and
Ellen 13.
* ft
Over 400 Morton Towerites and
friends piled into eight buses re-
cently for the trip to the Dcau-
Continued on Page 14-B
happy
holidays
'
All of us
at Burdine's
extend our greetings
for a
Happy Chanukah
to you
and yours
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Mesivta of Greater Miami sixth annual hostess committee
plans the program, menu and color scheme for the annual
function to take place Saturday evening at the Fontainebleau
Hotel. Shown (left to right) are Mrs. Murray Berkowitz, pres-
ident of Mesivta Women; Mrs. Jerome Bienenfeld. officer o
Mesivta Women; and Mrs. S. Louis Schwartz, co-chairman of
the arrangements committee. Not shown are Mrs. Samuel
Zaager, Mrs. Sam Shandler and Mrs. Hy. GalbuL
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^JewHsti flor/dHoin
Friday. December 9,1955
Miami Artists
Receive Awards
Second annual outdoor art show
>f the YM and WHA was proclaim-
ed "an artistic success" as hun-
dreds of viewers and artists parti-
cipated in the day-long exhibit at
the spacious grounds of the "Y."
Doris Reno, art editor of the
Miami Herald, was presented with
the YMHA's first annual art ap-
preciation award by Paul Faske.
president of the YM and WHA of
Greater Miami.
Mark Lynch, artist and sculp-
' tor on the faculty at Barry Col-
' lege, was official judge of the
: show.
Awards presented were for paint-
1 ing, first place, Miss Pat Sowecke;
second place. Sonja Riselia; third
place. Rita Concepcion and Mike
Nichols; fourth place. Abraham
Plutzer and H. B. Blunk.
Graphics, first place, Paul Rus-
sell (etchings and drawings): sec-
I ond place. Pat Sowecke (pastels);
1 third place. Rosamond Slano
\ (drawings and pastels).
Crafts, first place Elinor Jensen
(ceramics); second place. Mildred
Williamson (jewelry); third place,
Virginia Lee Davis (ceramics);
fourth place, Barbara Berns .felt
collages).
Mrs. Ann Rudnick will be in: dent; Mrs. Joseph Rotenberg. fi- Mandell. Mr. and Mrs. Jack
-lalled as president of the Greater nancial secretary and publicity | Pritcher. Mr and Mrs. Stanley Sunday Party for ORT Women
Business and Professional Chap-
ter of Women's American ORT is
and Mr. Harry Schaeffer, Miss Bea holding a membership and Chan-
Left to right are Mrs. Leon C. Shalloway, Mrs.
Stanley Friedman, Mrs. Arthur I. Snyder,
Mrs. George Goodman (standing), Sisterhood
president, Mrs. Morris Gruenberg and Mrs.
David Egczi, committee members of the lunch-
eon sponsored by the Mollie Kahaner Sister-
hood of Beth Torah Congregation in honor
of Mrs. Stanley Stein.
Rhode Islanders To Dine, Install '67 Club Leaders
vliami Rhode Island Club at its an- chairman; Irving Conn, recording R0gers jir an(j Mrs Joseph
lual installation dinner on Sun- secretary: Mrs. Nat Cohen, assist- ."', n J i
lay. Dec. 11, at 7 p.m in the Wash- a, recording secretary. Rotenberg. Mrs. Ann Rudn.ck. Mr.
ngton Federal Savings and Loan
Association Auditorium. 1234
Washington Ave.
Also. Mr. Louis Fishman, trea- Sjlverm.
surer; Mr. Alfred Aden. sergeant-
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph uka party on Sunday, 3 p.m.. at
rh'in'lain Shuster, and Mr and Mrs. Leonard the home of Mrs. Lee Pearlman,
Others to be installed for the at-arms; Alfred Aden, chaplain. .
Mr. Leonard White, sunshine com- j wmte- iavi ^""
mittee chairman; Mrs. Max Dubin
".967 seaon are as follows:
Ben Friedenn, honorary presi-
lent; Mrs. Dora Gersh, vice presi-
lent; Nat Cohen, second vice presi-
Chanuka Dramas
At Tifereth Jacob
and Mrs. Harry Goldberg, co-chair-
men of hostess committee.
Board of directors are Mr. and
Mrs. Aden. Mr. and Mrs. Nat
Cohen. Mr. and Mrs. Irving Cohn.
Mr. and Mrs. Max Dubin. Mr and
Mis. Louis Fishman. Mr. and Mrs.
Ben Friedman. Mrs. Dora Gersh:
On Chanuka Friday. Dec. 9, at Mr. and Mr Harry Goldberg. Mr.
1:15 p.m., members of the Sister- attt> Mrs. Lou Kerness. Mrs. Anna
lood of Temple Tifereth Jacob
vil) present a dramatization of a
Living Menorah." written and di-
ected by R*bbi Maurice Klein.
ntitled -Candles Talk."
Those participating are Sister-
lood president. Mrs. Harriet Kiin-
-:er, Mrs. Renee Lcvite, Mrs. Dor-
ithy Asher, Mrs. Ida Kirsch, Mrs.
Cay Lingaton, Mrs. Miriam Galik,
Mrs. Inez Schult/er. Mrs. Claire
Wright and Mrs. Mimi Klein.
On Sunday, at 10 a.m.. students
^f the temple Religious Schools
till present a Chanuka dramatiza-1
ion
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Friday. December 9, 1966
vJenisti fieri'dian
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'Hawaii1 Opener For NCJW Section
Anticipating a successful Hebrew University
Women's Division luncheon Dec. 15 at the
Fontainebleau Hotel are (left to right) Mes-
dames Florence W. Koot, Nathan Nash, Jack
Katzman, PhiUp F. Thau, Fannie Goldberg,
Frances Entine, and Oida C. Rubin.
Hebrew University Women Expect Large
Attendance at Luncheon Set for Dec. 15
Greater Miami Women's Division
of the American Friends of the
Hebrew University announce a
record-breaking attendance for
their Woman of the Year Lunch-
eon on Thursday, Dec. 15, at the
Fontainebleau Hotel.
According to Mrs. Philip F.
Thau, president, there will be rep-
resentation from Greater Miami
ship of Mrs. Dorothy Krieger Fink,
will include a special English pres-
entation trom the opera "Martha,"
with guest artists from the Opera
Guild of Greater Miami.
Dr. Irving Lehrman, of Temple
Emanu-El, will present Mrs. Katz-
man with .a specially hancl-illum-
State of Israel Bonds, "inasmuch j inated scro prepared by lhe noted
as the honoree, Mrs. Jack Katz- ] artist, Irving Billig. Mrs. Trudy
El Sisterhood, Hebrew Academy
Women's Auxiliary, Technion
Women's Division, Hadassah and
A midnight luau on Lincoln Rd.,
the first such function ever to be
held on the Mall, will be the grand
finale of Greater Miami Section
of National Council of Jewish
Women's annual theatre party toi
be held on Wednesday evening,
Dec. 21.
Festivities will begin at 8:15
p.m., when 700 people will be
ushered into the Colony Theatre
for the premiere showing of the
film. "Hawaii," based on the novel
by James Michener and starring
lulls Andrews, Max Von Sydow;
and Richard Harris.
Following the film, ticket-hold-
ers will be guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Alexander Muss for the luau,:
which will be held under a tent on
the Mall in front of the theatre.'
Hors d'oevres and a rum punch,
catered by the Luau Restaurant.,
will be served by colorfully garbed
waiters.
Funds from the theatre parly
will go to benefit Council's serv-
ices. Mrs. Burton Goldberg is spe-
i cial events chairman, and Mrs.
Edwin Oppenheim is president ot
! Greater Miami Section.
man. has played an active role in
these many organizations."
Events in preparation for the
luncheon have been held in the
Jewish Federation, the Bureau of *ome* of ThaU *? Walt"
Kirschner, Mrs. Leo Robinson, and
in the office of the American
Jewish Education, the Miami
Beach Symphony Society, Mt. Sinai ,
Auxiliary, Cedars of Lebanon Aux- I **"* tF?e "!brew Unlvers,,>'
iliary. Young Women's and Young
Men's Hebrew Association, Jewish
Home for Aged, Temple Emanu-
at 605 Lincoln Rd.
Program for the gala luncheon,
which will be under the chairman-
Hamerschlag, vice president of
the Greater Miami Women's Div-
ision, will make the invocation.
Past recipients of the Woman
of the Year Award, Mrs. Anna
Brenner Meyers. Mrs. Inez Kren-
sky, and Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff.
will participate in the luncheon.
Mrs. Jennie Grossinger was the
first Woman of the Year in 1962.
CHANUKA GREETINGS
FROM
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Who Are Back Operating
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Chanuka Supper For Dads. Tots
Men's Club of Temple Menorah i fathers will meet separately to
will sponsor a special Chanuka hear an address by Morton Perry,
supper for fathers and children of j of the Dade State Attorney's Of-
the Religious School on Wedncs- fice. Perry, who prosecuted the
day, 6 p.m., in the temple social
hall.
After supper, the Merry-Go-
Voegt Case, will speak on "Crime
in Your Neighborhood."
The club will round out the
Round Players will present the, evening by presenting to each
classic "Rumpelstiltskin" for the j child an appropriate Chanuka
children. At the same time, the present.
Those Planning to Attend the
18th YEAR OF ISRAEL DINNER to be given by
THE RELIGIOUS ZIONISTS OF AMERICA
MIZRACHI HAPOEL HAMIZRACHI
December 18th at the Deauville Hotel
are requested to
SEND IN THEIR RESERVATIONS IMMEDIATELY
OR PHONE JE 8-1152
The Committee
SIMCHAS
There
Three days of festivities marked
the inauguration of the new Knesset
building, perched temple-like
on Givat (Hill of) Ram in Jerusalem.
6,000 guests, including
representatives from 44 parliaments,
attended the opening ceremony,
one of the happiest national events
since Independence itself.
and here Yuban makes a Simcha!
The premium
coffee of
Genera' Foods
Yuban's flavor is so rich and rare that
every cup is a happy occasion in itself.
No other coffee can give your family and friends
the matchless pleasure of Yuban
The Simcha coffee o
K Certified Kosher Parve by Rabbi Bernard Levy
about
gathered for you
Miriam Held
Tliis (admittedly subjective) critic I*
awarding a galaxy of golden stars i
every Yiddish show in town, (I'm sorry,
dear lion-New York readers, about thee
'regional' references.') Musical com-
edy, lively vaudeville and movie 'greats'
are playing 10 packed houses on Second
Avenue and on Broadway itself. So lak e
your choice and take your children. Let
themlor a Chanukali treattaste the
rich unique untranslatable flavor oj '*
ylddish voil.'
C^ntertaining ideas:
Now how arc >ou going to enleruu*.
your Chanukali guests'.' A lalkc lunch?
By all means. (What could be bad?)
And here are some slightly otT-tne-
eaten-track suggestions loo;
*A "Second" Breakfast
*A Borshl & Bagel Braflchemi
*Tbe Skip-a-Coursc Luneheoa
?Do-it-yourself
Sandwich Smorgasbord
*A Nine-is-Fine P.M. Party
TalYing of festivities, I do want YOU
to have your share of "Fcstii e Manna.**
Far a FREF. copy of this rather exciting
aad quite unusual cookbook (40 pages,
57 recipes, lots of illustrations) send a
Planters Oil label or cap liner to Festiva
Manna. Planters Oil, P.O. Box 063.
Madison Square Station, N.Y. 10010.
t-Tnd, talking or Chanukah treaty
here are two, both festive and fancy.
CHOCOLATE SUGAR PLUMS
3 quares(l-oz. each! semi-sweet chocolate
V cup milk '. < cup Planters Oil
2 egg yolks, beaten
% cup chopped toasted Planters Pecans
',2 teaspoon vanilla extract
4 cups sifted confectioners' sugar
Caannine chocolate and milk in lop oT a
sable boiler. Cook oter boiling mer un-
til chocolate is melted; stir iuiaium unul
and thick. Remote from heal. AM
lers Oil and beaten egg >olks; stir
tigorously until mixture is thorough!* j
blended. Let cool 10 minutes. Stir ia
Planters Pecans and > an ilia extract. Graft- ,
uallT add confectioners' sugar, blending
tell after each addition. Chill at least I
hour. Roll into balls I inch in diameter. hT
desired, roll in grated semi-sweet chsc-
ulale or Imeh chopped toasted I'teaem
Pecan*. Chill until ready to senc Voa'al
as* about 4 doaea < 1 .'* panada) <
.S-carPtaoa.
ALMONOAPPU!
.. nip unsifted I
1 teaspoon baking powder Mi hi
'.'4 cup Planters Oil 34cup
1 egg >/4 teaspoon almond attract
V* cup chopped toasted Planters
8lanched Almonds
Vi cup chopped apple
Conlectionm sugar
SHI llgtlair flour, baking
salt; set aside. In medium howl.
Plasters Oil and sugar; stir to I
ia egg "ell; add almond extract. StarbThbV
ingredientv until moistened; stir in Plaama
Almonds and chopped apple. Spread nur-
ture in oiled 8 x 8-inch square pan; bake at
3SO*F. for 35 minutes. While narm, cat
into 2-inch squares. Sprinkle with confne-
liuaers' sugar before sen ing. You'll hat*
sixteen muachy cookie squares.
Of
waaader the Groat:
Every year, on a j ust-before Chanukah
Sunday, George Parkas, philanthropic
bead of AlcvanoW'sDeoartiricniStores,
opens his Bronx store to residents, of
local homes for lhe aged and infirm
With the friendly help of volunteer env
ployees, these \ery special customer*
re\el in the joys of holiday shopping
and proceeds are donated to charily.
Isn't that a happy Chanukah tradition?
It is a picturesque tradition in Israel far
m torch to be lit at Modin. home nl tkr
Maccabees, and lor young rela) runners
to bear the flaming torch from town 10
town. Let M hope that the bravely bunt-
ing Chanukali candles will carry ilm
message of freedom throughout tlm
world. The makers of Flcischmann's
Margai ines and Planters Oil wish yarn m
blight happy Chanukah.
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Jewish ncridinn
Friday. December 3, 1966
Woman With 'Buttoned Down' Mind Will
Attend Leadership Training Institute
Or. Scheinberg
Zev Bufmon
Bill Bans
Miami Chapter of Hadassah Presents
Myrtle Wreath Awards to Noted Localites
The second annual Myrtle
Wreath Awards, sponsored by the
Miami Chapter of Hadassah, will
be presented Monday evening, at
Temple Israel.
Myrtle Wreath Awards, the high-
est citation Hadassah can betow,
will be presented to William C.
Baggs, editor of The Miami News,
in the field of journalism; to Zev
Bufman, of the Coconut Grove The-
atre, for his contribution to cul-
tural arts in Miami; and to Dr.
Peritz Scheinberg, for his contri-j
bution in the field of medicine and j
research.
The presentation will be made.
by Mrs. Irwin Liss, past president j
of the Florida Region of Hadassah.
A special citation will be made
to Dr. Mordechai Shalit. member
of the staff of the Hadassah-Heb-
rew University Medical Center in
Jerusalem, who has been studying
here under a grant from the Na-
tional Institute of Health during
the past year. The citation will be
presented by Mrs. Samuel Stein-,
berg, president of the Miami Chap
ter of Hadassah.
Hadassah members who have
achieved outstanding goals in,
membership will also be honored,
at the annual Myrtle Wreath
Awards, as will all life members
and third and fourth generation
life members. Life associates (men
who have become associated with
Hadassah for life) will also be
honored. Miami Chapter vice pres-
ident for membership. Mrs. Ralph
Hankin, and chapter life member-
ship chairman. Mr* Joseph Mil-
ton, head these departments.
A special feature of the awards
night will .be a musical program
featuring Mrs. Bernard Fleissig,
soloist, accompanied by Mrs. Mar-
tin Braterman. Refreshments will
be served.
Chairman of the second annual
Myrtle Wreath Awards Night is
Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz, past president
of the Florida Region of Hadassah.
Other members of the committee
are Mrs. Bernard Kramarsky. Mrs.
Louis Schwartzman, Mrs. Henry
Paul. Mrs. Joseph Milton, Mrs.
Ralph Hankin. Mrs. Max Jacobson,
Mrs. Rose Rushkin and rflrs. Leon
Rosoff.
On Tuesday, at 9:30 a.m., the
woman with the buttoned-down
mind will arrive at Beth David
Congregation to take par' in a
Leadership Training Institute-
sponsored by the Federation of
Jewish Women.
She wiU spend the next few
hours listening to other women
with buttoned-down minds pin-
point the problems and solutions
which a woman encounters as a
leader of a woman's organization.
Who is the woman with the but-
toned-down mind? She is the wom-
an who belongs to one of the many
Jewish women's organizations in
Dade County, and she is the wom-
an who has bound herself to the
promise of a better local commun-
ity and a better world Jewish com-
munity through her participation
in that organization.
Daniel Neal Heller, a Miami at-;
torney and noted participant in
numerous philanthropic and civic
activities, will be guest speaker
for the event.
Joining Heller on the Institute's
program are Mrs. Robert Shapiro,
president of the Young Women's j
Division of the Combined Jewish t
Appeal, who will speak on "Agen-j
da Planning"; Mrs. Aaron Farr,
national campaign chairman and j
national board member of
the National Council of Jewish
Women, and member of the advis-1
Jory committee of the Federation |
of Jewish Women, who will dis-
cuss "Parliamentary Procedure"; |
and Mrs. Sidney M. Schwartz, also
on Federation's advisory commit-
tee, and national chairman of the
National Women's Committee of
Brandeis University, who will
speak on "Orientation of a Nom-
inating Committee.'
Institute guests will also take
part in a Problem Clinic. Mem-
bers of the Problem Clinic panel
include Mrs. Edwin B. Oppen-
heim, president of the National
Council of Jewish Women; Mrs.
Harry Rosenblatt, national vice
president of Women's American
ORT; and Mrs. Dorothy Kri<>err
Fink, parliamentarian of the Fed-
eration of Jewish Women.
Chairman of the day is Mrs. Irv-
ing Wexler. Mrs. Jack Katzman
served as chairman of arrange-
ments.
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Friday, December 9, 1966
* lewisti ftcridHan
Page 5-B
Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah Units
Mark Henrietta Szold Day at Luncheons
Continued from Pag* 1-B. .
Monde- noop. at Washington Fed-
eral. !*jnwiwiy 1ste>. Snack lunch-
eon and sweets will be served.
Mrs. Larnett Joseph will review
the bo:k, "Tell Me Another Morn-
ing," by Ziena Berger. Mrs. Jack
Wolfsttin is president.
* e
Honietta Scold Group will hold
its rt^ular lur.cheon meeting on
Monday. 12:30 p.m., at the Algiers
Hotel Mrs. Barr.ett Beckerman, ed-
ucatior vice president of chapter,
will present a Chanuka skit. Mrs.
Sol Greenberg is president.
*
Morion Towors Group will hold
its annual Henrietta Szold Found-!
ers Dey luncheon on Monday noon!
at the Algiers Hotel. Guest speak-
er wiJl be Rabbi Jonah Caplan. j
Also on the program will be Mrs.!
Hattie Wagner in a calvalcade of'
traditicnal Char.uka songs. Mrs.
Samuel Opper.heim is chairman
of the day. Mrs. Emanuel Mentz is
president.
Southgate Group will hold its
annual Henrietta Szold Founders
Jay luncheon oq. Monday, 12:30
p.m., in the Giyi Room of the Fon j
taineblcau Hotel. Musical portion j
of the afternoon will be offered |
hv Cantor Saul Breeh. of Temple !
Beth Raphael. Mrs. Tillie Schwartz
is chairman of the day. Mrs. Jos-
eph Rosenberg is president.
V K
Soph's Tucker Group will hold
its regular meeting on Monday,
1 p.m., at the Coastal Towers. The
book, "A Woman of Valor." will
be reviewed. Mrs. Edward Roth-
stein is president.
on
Mrs. Emil Morton will sing a
cycle of international and Amer-
ican songs at the Eddie Cantor
Group Henrietta Szold Founders
Day luncheon on Thursday noon,
De?. 15. in the Gigi Room of the
Fontainebleau Hotel. Mrs. Harry-
Glass is president.
*
Rerun jh twpter will have a
Mrs. Mindlin to be Speaker
Mrs. Leo (Hilary) Mindlin will
speak on "The Influence of Jew-
ish Writers in Literature" at the
monthly luncheon meeting of Tem-
ple Beth Am Sisterhood on
Wednesday, Dec. 21, at 11:30 a.m..
in the Youth Lounge.
Beth Israel Stages
Chanuka Plays
A Chanuka program will be
presented at Beth Israel Congre-
gation on Sunday at 11 a.m. by
members of the Shabbat youth
groups.
Program will include a talent
show and Chanuka plays, with
Rabbi Sholem I.ifchetz. youth di-
rector, and Marvin Schreiber,
chairman of the youth and educa-
tion committee, in charge of the
morning.
-\? Jjl !JX J$! Jfc J$M$* ijl 2$S
day at the races at Tropical Park
on Tuesday. Mrs. Robert Cohen
will serve as chairman of the
event. Mrs. Walter Lebowitz is
chapter president.
rtdcwt I lioJuk
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*Jewlsti tUrktiair
Friday, December 9, 1968
David I. Light (second from right) was the recipient of the
Herbert H. Lehman Award at the Temple Beth Am Israel
'Chai" Dinner of State on Sunday night at the Dupont Plaza
Hotel. Presentation was by Rabbi Herbert M. Baumgard. From
:eft are Herman W. Feldman, dinner chairman; Zeev Boneh.
Israel's Consul General for Southern United States; Dr. Baum-
gard; Light; Sen. John O. Pastore, guest speaker at the dinner.
David Light Receives Lehman Award;
Sen. Pastore Addresses thai' Dinner
Veteran community leader
David .'. Light received the Her-
bert H Lehman Award at the Tem-
ple Beth Am [srael Chai" Dinner
on bchall of Israel Bonds la.-,t Sun-
. aj night at the Dupont Plaza
Tlaza Hotel
Liyht was honored for his serv-
ice to the temple, many worthy
community causes and State of Is-
rael "in the spirit of Herbert H.
J.ehman "
The presentation was made by
Dr. Herbert If. Baumgard. spi-
ritual leader of Temple Beth Am.
Members of the congregation
purchased $163,000 in Israel
Bonds, responding to an appeal
by Rabbi Leon Kronish, chair-
man of the Greater Miami Israel
Bond Organization.
Guest speakers were Sen. John
O. Pastore. of Rhode island, and
Zeev Boneh. Israelis Consul Gen-
eral for southern United States.
Herman W. Feldman was dinner
chairman. Others on the program
were Herbert H. Newman. Byron
S. Cherkas. Barton S. Udell. Can
tor Michael Kyrr. Mrs. George
Malin and Joseph Altschuller
The Menorah of Statehood
ceremony was conducted by Rabbi
Leon Kronish. Mr. and Mrs. Her-
man VV. Feldman were torchbear-
ers. Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Eisen-
man were pilot-lighters.
Candlelighters were Mr. and
Mrs. Johua Segal, Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Altschuller, Mr. and Mrs.
Herbert Sobel. Mr and Mrs.
George J. Light, Mr. and Mrs. Mar-
vin Florman. Mr. and Mrs. Bern-
ORT Ladies
Set Candles
For Chanuka
The Southeastern Florida Region
of Women's American ORT has the ,
following schedule for its Decem-
bier general meetings, with Chan-1
uka candlelighting ceremonies and
celebrations planned.
Bay Chapter, Tuesday, at Tony's
Fish Market Restaurant, noon,
luncheon served.
Biscayne Chapter, Thursday, at
Morton Towers, noon, candlelight-
ing ceremony and refreshments
served.
South Miami Chapter, Tuesday,
at the home of Mrs. L. London,
4706 Granada Blvd., 11 a.m., lunch-;
eon served.
Gulfstream Chapter, Nov. 30. at
the home of Mrs. J. Silvers, 1580
Cleveland Rd.
Atlantic Shores Chapter, Tues-,
day. at the Sea Gull Hotel at noon,
luncheon served.
North Miami Chapter, Dec. 1,
Washington Federal. Chanuka
program.
Islander Chapter, Tuesday, at
the Deauville Hotel, noon, lunch-
eon served. Singer accompanied
by Mrs. Olga Stern.
' Greater Miami Chapter, Tues-
day, at the Tropics Hotel, 12:30
p.m., book review, "Cast a Giant
Shadow," by Ted Berkman.
Coral Gables Chapter, Wednes-
day, at the' Pub Restaurant, noon,
luncheon served. Book review. "In
My Father's Court,". Rabbi Abram
Drazin.
Cloverleaf Chapter, Monday,
North Miami Beach Civic Center.
8:15 p.m.. Chanuka party.
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Joseph Solomon, Mr. and Mrs.
Stephen Carner, Mr. and Mrs. J.
William Baros Jr., Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Marcus, and Dr. and Mrs.
Maxwell Dauer.
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the Beth Am Youth Organization,
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Goldstein.
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'Girl Talk' Virginia Graham to Spice
Fontainebleau Cancer League Luncheon
Worley is New President Sdlllte to Authors
Jack H. Worley, a leader in the Q Jewish Books
crusade to hold hurricane and
Women's Cancer League of Mi-
ami Beach will hold its eighth an-
nual get-together at a luncheon
next Wednesday "ht the Fontaine-
bjeau Hotel.
NBC's "Girl Talk" Virginia Gra-
ham will provide special flavor
to the gala luncheon, which last
year attracted over 1,000 women.
Proceeds go to Mount Sinai
Hospital's Tumor Clinic.
A Sara Fredericks fashion show
with top-flight designer creations,
favors and prizes will complete
the afternoon planned by Mrs.
Frances l.inn, honorary chairman,
and Mrs. Abe Schonfcld, luncheon
chairman.
President is Mrs. Morris Gidney,
and Mrs. Robert Grossman and
Mrs. Martin Wexler, ticket co-
chairmen, are in charge of reser-
vations.
Bolstering the attendance and
the proceeds arc a group of com-
munity leaders who have agreed
to be sponsors for the affair.
Under the chairmanship of Mrs.
Edward L Cowcn, over 40 people.
io far, have agreed to participate
windstorm insurance facilities in
South Florida, has been elected
president of the Insurance Infor-
mation Council, a non-profit, non-
political organization comprised of j
leaders in all segments of South
Florida's property and casualty
insurance industry. The Council
compiles and disseminates factual
information on area insurance.
on a special subscription basis
which, according to Mrs. Cowen
"will probably permit us to under-
write the entire cost of the lunch-
con."
Observing Jewish Book Month,
the Synagogues of North Dade, in
conjunction with the Bureau of
Jewish Education, will meet at
Congregation B'nai Raphael on,
Wednesday, at 8:30 p.m.
Program will include Mclvyn,
Frumkes, who will review "Thi-
Fixer," by Bernard Malnmud.
Maurice Samuel's book, "The Be-
leis Trial," will be the theme *>(
Rabbi Harold Richter's talk.
The Jewish Nobel prize winners
will be saluted by the executive
director of the Bureau of Jewish
Education, Louis Schwartzman.
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the Miami Beach Board of Real-
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Friday. December 3. 1966

ranees
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We
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Women
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
MflDfffD
Mildred Finegold, now Mrs. Morris Gidney, was born
in Indianapolis, but moved to Cincinnati when she was
seven. She was the little angel of the family, while her
younger sister, Carolyn, got into all the mischief. Her
mother always insisted that her sister tag along wherever
she went. As a result, later with
her own family, Mildred never de-
manded that the children be re-
sponsible for each other. Mildred
had registered to attend Michael
Reese to study to be a lab tech-
nician, but men seem to spoil wom-
en's best intentions. Little sister,
playing with her best friend, met
her best friend*s brother. Looking
at Carolyn's cute face, Morris Gid-
ney said, "Are there any more at
home like you, only older?"
So Mildred forgot the X-Rays
and lab techniques, and within six
weeks they were engaged. In three
months, they were married. Dur-
ing the first five years of their
married life, they lived in Cincinnati, then moved to Miami
Beach in 1946. There are three Gidney offspring, Marilyn,
now Mrs. Howard Fredin; Marsha, in college; and Marc, in
high school. Since Mildred had taken a course in child
psychology, she raised Marilyn by "The Book." However,
when Marilyn was five, she threw "The Book" away, and
child-raising became much less work and more fun. es-
pecially for the next two.
Mildred has always been a crusader, wanting to help
others. In high school she helped form a junior chapter
of the True Sisters and then became the first junior to
be a senior member. As a teen-ager she worked in the
EENT clinic of the hospital, which proved as valuable
later to her as having an old-fashioned medical book.
Since arriving in Miami Beach. Mildred has gone the
way of PTA at Temple Beth Sholom. the public school
I'TA's. including being on one of the first committees for
the new Miami Beach High School building, charter mem-
ber of Deborah Group of Hadassah program for Youth
Aliyah, and charter member and president of the Beth
Rose Cancer Unit. These are just a few of the stepping
stones by which she arrived at the presidency she now
holds of the Women's Cancer League of Miami Beach,
whic holds its annual fund-raising luncheon Dec. 14 at
the Fontainebleau.
The Gidneys live in a beautiful home on the water,
which is filled with feelings of warmth, friendship and
happiness. They have close family ties which are never
more in evidence than on Sundays, when they all gather
at the Gidneys, featuring food galore, plenty of big towels
for the pool, and great fishing. Morry baits the hooks for
the squeamish, takes off the fish for the faint-hearted and
even cleans their catch so that guests can take it home.
Of course. Pop and Mom Gidney sit in state and
everything contentedly. Mildred, incidentally, can fish for
hours she still talks about the dolphin she caughl isl
summer on the Keys.
The Gidneys like to take quick jaunts to New York to
see the new shows. They also go island-hopping. Mildred
particularly enjoys antique-hunting. It took two trips to
New Orleans and a trip to New York to find the item
that would be just right for the wall at the front entrance.
Now she has started a stein collection that she finds most
fascinating. In addition to these interests, she enjoys dec
Orating, sewing, cooking, and golf. Her golf trophies are
numerous and look imposing in the den. (She was chairman
of the Women's Coll Association of Bayshore.l
But first and foremost. Mildred is family-conscious and
before all else tome her family and home. Her own mother,
m they call Mama Betty, would be the first to attest
hat.
Sunday Ceremony
For Widenhouses
Florence Peppi, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Ben Hausman, 7540 Mu-
tiny Ave., exchanged marital vows
with Donald F. Widenhouse in an
early afternoon ceremony con-
ducted by Dr. Joseph Narot at
Temple Israel on Sunday. Nov. 27.
The bridegroom is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. M. G. Widenhouse, of
Midland, N.C.
For the nuptials, ihe bride se-
lected a gown styled with a slim
skirt of peau crepe and a bodice
with long pointed sleeves of chan-
tilly lace and scalloped neckline.
The camelot train had a border
and inserts of chantilly lace
sprinkled with pearls and irrides-
cent paillettes. The full illusion
shoulder veil was held by a prin-
cess crown of chantilly lace trim-
med with pearls and pearl tear
drops.
Bridal attendants were Joyce
Rosenberg and Gail Widenhouse,
the groom's sister. Bill Fanning
served as best man and Don Mor-
gan as usher.
New Mrs. Widenhouse gradu-
ated from Miami Beach High,
where she was Coronation Queen
and Miami Beach Optimist Queen.
She attended the University of Mi-
ami and is now a legal secretary
Her bridegroom attended Brev
ard Junior College, Brevard. N.C,
and the University of North Car-
olina. Chapel Hill.
The newlyweds will live in
North Miami.
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MRS. DONALD WIDENHOUSE
Temple Rites For
Edward Ludwigs
A chantilly lace gown and or-
chids on a white Bible were the
choice of Lois Enid Bookbinder
when she exchanged marital vows
with Edward Charles Ludwig on
Sunday, Dec. 4.
Dr. Irving Lehrman. officiated at
the afternoon ceremony which was
held at Temple Emanu-El. Follow-
ing a reception in Sirkin Hall, the
couple left for a honeymoon in
Jamaica.
Parents of the newlyweds are
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph George Book-
binder. 1239 Marseille Dr., Mrs.
Isabelle Ludwig. 7501 E. Treasure
Dr., and the late Mr. Herman Lud-
wig.
Attending the bride were her
sister, Phyllis Bookbinder, and
Iris Bookbinder. Barry Goldman
served as best man, and Eddie
Bookbinder ushered.
A graduate of Miami Beach Sen-
ior High, new Mrs. Ludwig attend-
ed Miami-Dade Junior College.
Her bridegroom is a graduate of
Long Branch High, attended the
University of North Carolina and
earned a degree at the University
of Miami.
Annette Grant
And Claude Cash
To Wed in Jan.
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Grar.t. 2376
SW 26th Ter.. have announced the
engagement of their daughter, An-
nette, to Claude H. Cash, of Jack-
sonville, N. C.
A graduate of Miami Senior
High, where she was a rrember
of the Spanish Honor Soe:-.> and
of DEBS, the bride-elec has a
1965 BA degree from the Univer-
sity of North Carolina, where she
was awarded an assistants!-.;;). Now
an instructor in Spanish at the
university, she will receive ..n MA
in January, 1967.
Son of A. G. Cash and the late
Mrs. Gladys Cash, of Fayetteville,
N. C, the future bridegroom has
a Bachelor of Business Adminis-
tration degree from the U: : ersity
of North Carolina, served ir four
years in the L'. S Marine and is
currently employed as a c tnager
in a national transportat:. j com-
pany.
A January wedding i> anned
for the betrothed couple.
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MRS. EDWARD LUDWIG
Sisterhood Cites
Prexy Mrs. Stein
Mo!lie Kahaner Sisterr od of
Beth Torah Congregation ill hon-
or Mrs. Stanley Stein. \ /> has
served as its president f three
vears. with a 'Woman o: Valor"
luncheon.
Mrs. Stein is waj s ;n neaiu
vice president of the con. .ation,
an unprecedented honoi for a
Sisterhood member, and treas-
urer of the Florida Cram >f Na-
tional Women's l.(.
She has been educati ictiv
ities chairman of Natioi Wom-
en s League for the last I ears.
Luncheon will be held in the
social hall on Tuesday n Ian.
24. Mrs. Irving I
keynote speaker
Mrs. Arthur I. Snyder --hair-
man of the luncheon.
Miss Braterman
Is Bride-to-Be
The betrothal of Ellen Frances
Braterman to Louis E. Pease has
been announced by the bride-
elect's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mar
tha Braterman. 17625 NE 8th PI..
N. Miami Beach.
The future bridegroom is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Everett G.
| Pease, 944 Ibis Ave Miami
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EWISH National Fund banquet
was held Sunday evening at
the Fontaincbleau Hotel. For the
evening, Mrs. Al Flederman
chose a white silk sheath with
a sequin trimmed lace bodice.
Mrs. David Adelson was in a
silver lame sheath with the long
torso line. Her skirt flared out
in the trumpet flounce. Mrs.
Frances Warner's white wool
knit featured silver sequins and
clear crystals scattered over the
sheath.
A floral print in greens, going
from the emerald green to the
olive shade, was worn by Mrs.
Rose Glickman. Mrs. Harry Shul-
riiner topped her black silk crepe
with a beige-colored ribbon lace,
mink-collared jacket.
<* *
LJRS. Wally Gluck wore a black
" chiffon skirt with a metallic
muiti colored fringed bodice.
Mrs. Ben Silver saw an unusual
iabric from which she made the
gown she wore, featuring a tur-
quoise silk chiffon with gold cut
velvet in a floral pattern. Mrs.
Morris Putter's black silk dinner
ensemble featured a softly-tail-
ored matching jacket. Mrs. Ida
Wessel also made her gown, a
two-piece silk matellasse with
ihe high jewel neckline and go-
rict insert low in the back hem-
iine of her skirt.
Ice pink silk crepe was worn
by Mrs. Miriam Press. Her floor-
iength gown featured silver-lined
bugle beads embroidered on the
Jitted bodice. Mrs. Ethel Curson
chose a peacock blue raw silk.
Her long-sleeved matching jacket
had a cutaway front. Mrs. Sadie
Kaplan's black satin had bur-
pandy-colored floral brocaded in-
serts. They were detailed with
French metallic ribbon lace.
Mrs. Louis Dublin topped her
black silk crepe floor-length
skirt with a silver and white se-
ijiiined shell. Blush pink alencon
lace was Mrs. Sam Gechman's
choice for the banquet. Her
sheath had a modified bateau
neckline. Gold and black pail-
lettes covered the shell worn by
Mrs. Emma Rattner. Her floor-
length skirt was in gold lame.
3
ILJRS. Rose Hochstim's ensem-
ble was bought while on a
recent trip to Hong Kong. Her
turquoise skirt was in satin, and
her hand-beaded shell featured
sequins, caviar beads, and crys-
tals. Matching crystal beaded
shoes completed her ensemble.
Mrs. Joseph Jaffe's color choice
was a deep misty blue. Her skirt
was in silk crepe, and her fitted
bodice was chantilly lace.
-Mrs. Hyman Dubowry's shell
pink silk crepe gown had a cloon-
ey lace bodice. A matching, long-
sleeved jacket completed the en-
semble. White silk was Mrs. Hel-
en Pollocks choice. Her jacket
had a small stand-up neckline
which was embroidered with
pearls and rhinestones. Mrs.
Philip Sahl wore pink crepe with
iridescent sequins embroidered
on her bolero-styled lace jacket.
Debussy Will
Theme Concert
The life and music of Claude De-
busy will feature a concert at the
.Musicians Club of America, 303
Minorca Ave., Coral Gables, on
Sunday at 4 p.m.
The theme will be drawn from
the book. "Claude Debussy," by
Pierre MaMure.
Mrs. George Sogg will sing
"Nuit d'Etoiles," "Beau Soir" and
"Reverie." accompanied by Morse
Haithwaite. who will also play
solos, including "Claire de Lune"
and "Golliwog's Cakewalk.''
Mrs. Sogg. former executive di-
rector of the Musicians Club, and
Haithwaite, present office manage
of the Club's home here, are pre-
senting the program for the Club.

B. Allen Becker
MISS JAYNl MARDER
Jayne Marder
Will be June Bride
Of Mr. Steinman
A June wedding is planned for
i Jayne M. Marder, whose engage-
ment to Arthur J. Steinman has
: been announced by the future
bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
i David Marder. 4245 N. Bay Rd.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Steinman, N. Brunswick, N. J.; the
prospective bridegroom is a gradu-
ate of Rider College in New Jer-
sey, where he was elected to the
Honorary Accounting Society.
He is now attending New York \
University Graduate School and |
Business Administration and will |
receive an MBA degree in invest-1
1 ments in June.
His fiancee is a graduate of
' Miami Beach High and is now
j majoring in elementary education
at Miami Pade Junior College.
Mrs. Bialolenki
Receives Award
From Demo Club
The Adlai Stevenson Democratic
Women's Club awarded Mrs.
Andre S. Bialolenki its Outstanding
Democratic Woman's Award.
The award was presented by
Mrs. Louis Glasser, president of the
club, to Mrs. Bialolenki "for her
outstanding leadership and her
contribution to the efforts of the
Democratic Women."
Attending the special meeting
for the presentation was Mrs. Wil-
liam R. Kidd. chairman of the Gov-
ernor's Commission on the Status
of Women, who spoke on the-need
for education of women in govern-
ment, industry and the home.
She also discussed legislation
for equality of employment based
on qualification, competence and
need, not on sex. Adequate child
care programs sponsored by state
and industry, and the protection
of the property rights of married
women, were also discussed by
Mrs. Kidd.
New officers of the Adlai Ste-
venson Democratic Women's Club
to be installed in January are Mrs.
Mai Englander. president: Mrs.
Andre S. Bialolenki, first vice
president; Mrs. Max Levine, sec-
ond vice president; Mrs. Marvin
Kimmel, third vice president; Mrs.
Saul Spielburg financial secretary; |
Mrs. Lillian Engle and Mrs. Mur-
ray Smith, treasurers: Mrs. Ben
Hammerman, recording secretary;
Mrs. Ben Packer, corresponding
secretary; Mrs. Rena Stein, parli-
amentarian; Mrs. Irving Cooper I
man. chaplain; Mrs. Austin Burke
and Mrs. Joseph Shawmut. his-'
torians; Mrs. Louis Glasser. hon-j
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E. Allen Becker
MISS JERRI GUTSTEIN
Terri Gutstein Is
Prospective Bride
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Gutstein an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter. Terri Irene, to Stephen.
Mechanic.
The future bridegroom is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. William Me-
chanic, of Miami Beach.
Contentment and Happiness
"Contentment and Happiness"
will be the topic of the lecture by
Dr. Abraham Wolfson before the
Spinoza Forum for Adult Educa-
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Federal. 1234 Washington Ave.
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Friday, Decerrier 9 1966
Final Lecture In
Temple Israel
Parents Series
The final lecture in the Parents
Series, "The Deprived Child of the
Affluent Society." and a noted
rabbi-author will feature the week-
end adult education program at
Temple Israel of Greater Miami.
Dr. Carolyn Garwood, assistant
professor of education at the Uni-
versity of Miami, will wind up the
ten-week Parents Series at 10 a.m.,
Saturday morning, with a talk on
"Home-School Relationships."
Dr. Garwood, who received her
doctorate at the University of
Missouri in counseling psychology,
also taught counseling there and
at Syracuse University before com-
ing to the University of Miami.
She has been consultant to num-
erous workshops and training in-
stitutes designed to help teachers
in guidance and counseling.
Rabbi Albert I. Gordon, of New- j
ton Centre. Mass.. is the author of
three noted sociological studies. ;
Sunday, at 10 a.m., at the Green-
field Adult Institute, Dr. Gordon
will lecture on "Intermarriage and
the Future of American Jews."
Rabbi Gordon served a Minne-
apolis Conservative pulpil tor 16
years, then as executive director
of the United Synagogue Ol Amer-
ica. He Is a member (if the faculty
of Andover Newton Theological |
Seminary and also lectures in
anthoropolgy at Boston University,
in addition to service on many:
civic and Jewish boards.
Book Month Rally
At B'nai Raphael
Celebration of Jewish Book
Month will culminate with a third
Jewish Book Month Rally to be
held on Wednesday evening, 8i
p.m., at Congregation B'nai Ra-1
phael. 1401 N\V 183rd St.
Sponsored by the Bureau of j
Jewish Education in cooperation \
with the synagogues of the North I
Dade area, subject will be "The!
Nobel Prize Winners and the Men-1
del Beilis Case."
Louis Schwartzman, executive
director of the Bureau of Jew-
ish Education, will present a
salute to S. Y. Agnon and Nelly
Sachs, Nobel Priie winners.
Melvyn B. Frumkes, local attor-
ney, treasurer of the Bureau,
will review "The Fixer," by
Bernard Malamud.
Rabbi Arnold Richter. of Con-
gregation B nai Raphael, will pre-
sent the background of the Men-
del Beilis Case involved in Mala-
mud's novel. "The Fixer."
A book review contest for teen-
agers is now taking place in the
Jewish schools of Greater Miami.
The winners of the contest will
receive prizes and participate in
the television broadcast, "The
Still, Small Voice." program of the
Greater Miami Rabbinical Asso-
ciation.
SHOPPING AROUND
WITH
f&rtbJflcth
Fleiichmann's Margarine
When cooking for Chanuka, what
better way is there to gain the ad-
miration of your family than by
treating them to a special dairy
dish?
And when selecting the ingredi-
ents for this dish, Jewish house-
wives look to Fleischmann's Mar-
garine to assure that favorite
recipe treats are extra good.
Fleischmann's brings out the
flavor of any dairy' meal. Delicate-
ly delicious Fleischmann's Mar-
garine delivers country-fresh gold-1
en goodness to your table. It's the i
margarine that comes from sun-1
ripened corn fields and made from
100 per cent pure corn oil.
The versatility of Fleischmann's
Margarine makes it adaptable to
any dairy eating occasion, and re-
member, it's certified Kosher. Be;
sure to buy Fleischmann's Margar-
ine and use it for your favorite
daify recipes.
Neufchatel Cheese
Lovers of cream cheese who
are concerned with counting cal-
ories will be pleased to learn
about another of Borden's quality
products. It's Neufchatel (pro-
nounced New sha tel) Cheese
which has all of the characteristics
of cream cheese but is 30 per cent
lower in fat and higher in pro-
tein.
Neufchatel cheese was first
made in France and has been
known to cheese-lovers for a long
time. It is a good-tasting soft
cheese which looks, tastes and
spreads like cream cheese. It can
be used in practically every recipe -,
which calls for cream cheese.
Neufchatel thinned with a little
skim milk and flavored with onion j
makes a fine dip. For a quick, j
easy, hot vegetable for luncheon
or dinner add softened Neufchatel
cheese to a can of pickled beets
and heat over low or medium heat, i
Look for the package with the
blue corner on the label which
identifies Borden's Eagle Brand
Neufchatel Cheese. If you like
cream cheese, you'll love Neuf-
chatel.
*
It's Latkes Season
There's a new angle to the tra-
ditional celebration of the ancient
Festival of Lights. Even if you
were to eat potato latkes eight
times, one for every Chanuka can-
dle, you could have them with not
just eight, but your choice of ten
| different Mott's Applesauces. Of
course, every one of the ten is
parve, so you can serve them with
potato latkes browned in butter or
in chicken fat, with any meal.
First, and most important to a
traditionalist, there's the all-time
favorite, Mott's Applesauce, with
the famous five-apple flavor. Next,
new in recent years, but already
a staple in many Jewish homes,
are the five Fruit Treats "heim-
ische" applesauce full of bite-sized
chunks of apple, plus a second
fruit for extra flavor: pineapple,
strawberry, cherry, raspberry, or
apricot.
And now there's the newest of
all, Mott's Fruit Sauces, designed
to please children and the young
at heart. These are specially
smooth applesauces in four de-
lightful varieties: one fragrant
with old fashioned spices, three
flavored with fresh fruit: cherry,
raspberry, and strawberry. What a
treat for people who wouldn't
think of eating potato latkes with
out Mott's.
If you have an electric blender,
you will want to give up the old
hand-grater that tends to grate,
hands along with potatoes, and let
the blender do the work. However
you make the latkes. Mott's Apple-
sauce or Treats are made just
righl I" serve with them.
Potato Latkes
4 medium potatoes, peeled
1/2 onion
2 eggs
1 teaspoon salt
2 tablespoons flour
Butter, oil, or chicken fat
for frying
Peel the potatoes, cut them into
small pieces, and drop into cold
water. Put half the potatoes into
the blender, add cold water to
cover them, and blend about 4 sec-
onds, just until grated. Drain in a
sieve. Repeat with remaining po-
tatoes. Cut the onion and put it
into the blender with the eggs,
salt and flour. Blend a few sec-
onds until onions are grated. Add \
to potatoes, stir well. Drop by j
tablespoonfuls into hot melted but- <
ter or hot oil or fat. Brown on |
both sides until crisp. Serve hot. |
Our Chanuka gift to you is a
secret that will give you a choice'
of not 10 ways to serve Mott's j
apple with your potato latkes, but |
20. Try heating the sauce, as an
alternate to serving it ice cold. |
This is especially good with
"fleishidig" latkes.
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Catholic Jewish Ties Eyed
conversation in order to know one 1 understand, and to understand in
another better. For to know is to I to love."
Several hundred religious and
lay leaders attended Florida's first
( athoIic-Jewish Dialogue at Barry
College last week.
The dialogue was sponsored by |
the Catholic Diocese here and the
Anti-Defamation I-eague of B'nai
lirith.
Judge C. Clyde Atkins presided
M the morning session, which pre-
ceded individual workshops on a
variety of social and religious is-
sues involving Catholic-Jewish af-
fairs. In his opener, Judge Atkins
|M>inted to the Declaration on the
Relation of .the Church to Non-
Christian Religions, with emphasis
on Schema 4 and the Jews.
Camp Pinewood
Reunion Sunday
Camp Pinewood will hold its
12th annual party and camp re-
union on Sunday. 2 p.m. at the
Delano Hotel.
At the festivities, the following
impeis will receive the tradition-
al Pinewood Five-Year Blanket:
Margery Peiderman, Janet Gold-
rg. Karen Kaplan. Patricia Lee.
J.inda Tate. Chuck Schulman, and
Cathy Woolf. all of Miami Beach;
.md Michael and Michelle Greene.
Barbara Jacobson and Marilyn
Schwartz, Miami.
Eli and Fran'Meltzer and Dor-
othy and Don Michelson are direc-
tors of Camp Pinewood. Hcnuei-
sonvUle, N.C.
Go/den Agers Celebrate
Golden Age Friendship Club of
the YM and VV11A of Greater Mi-
ami will hold its annual Chanuka
I'arty on Sunday at 1:30 p.m. Tick-
et* are available at the "Y" at
K.")00 SW 8th St. The Senior Social
I Uub will hold its Chanuka party
-9, Monday. 10:30 a.m.
Dr. Joseph Lichten, director of
the Department of Intercultural
Affairs of the ADL, a pivotal
figure in Rome and the Vatican
during the Ecumenical Council,
hailed the atmosphere of relig-
ious pluralism, which "can bring
forth the dialogue movement,
and can bring our two commun-
ities together for the benefit of
the community at large."
Judge William L. Pallot. chair-
man of the Florida Region of the
Anti Defamation league of B'nai
B'rith, presided at a post-luncheon
session, where he presented Fran-
cis K. Buckley, a Catholic lay
leader and attorney.
Summation of workshop sessions I
was made late in the afternoon by |
Rev. Cyril W. Burke, O.D.. chap-1
lain of Barry College. Rev. Burke I
emphasized the need for "people-
to-people relations," and pointed I
to the fundamental similarity in
workshop conclusions. "We must,"
he said, "recogime the need to
know more about one another so
that we "ill never fear that which
is at present strange to us."
Evening sessions were convened
by Judges Atkins and Pallot. with
some 750 participants in attend-
ance. Greetings were offered by
Bishop Coleman F. Carroll, of the
Miami Diocese, and Dr. Irving
I.ehrman. spiritual leader of Tem-
ple Emanu-El.
Rev. David J. Bowman, S.J.,
member of the Bishop's Com-
mittee of Ecumenical Affairs,
Washington, D.C., emphasized
the need for young people to-
day "to be sensitized to the
viewpoint of others."
Dr. Samuel Sandmel. professor
of Bible and Hellenistic literature
at Hebrew Union College, noted
expert in the New Testament, de-
clared that "when we learn more
about our troubled past and com-
plex present, we can look forward
hopefully to the fraternal harm-
ony, which will free men to work
cooperatively for the good of all
people and the likelihood of
peace."
Dr. Lehrman told the evening
gathering that "Dialogue, as we
have already learned during the
day. does not mean the watering
down of differences. On the con-
trary, it means accepting differ-
ences and reaching across them.
"We live In a country which
encourages religious and cul-
tural pluralism and, in a theo-
logical sense, we shall continue
to speak different languages for
a long time to come.
"But there is no reason why we
can not continue this meaningful I
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AGUDATH ACHIM. The Martinique
Hotel, 6423 Collins Ave. Orthodpx j
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AGuDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Itaac Ever
Friilay B:18 p.m. SaturilH.v 8:S0 a.m.
er vices
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Sermon: "What Is the Baseni o( the
Story of t'haniika?'1 Minolta :16 p.m.
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AHAVAT SHALOM CONGPEGA
TION. 985 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox.
Cantor Morria Barr.
ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th Ave
Conservative. Emanuel Kush-lwit*.
president. Cantor Sol Pakowiti.
Friday |.rn. Saturday : a.m. Min-
olta ." p.m.
BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd Ave. Con
ervative. Rabbi Sol Landau. Cantor
William W. Lioson
I**rlday 8:1."> p.m. Sermon: "Is the
College Campus Irreligious?" Pulpit
miest, Dr. Daniel I>. Michelson. Hil-
lel Director, University of Miami.
Saturday 9 a.m. Sermon: ""The Torah
l^esson." Bar Mltsvah: David, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Jaoobo Carldl. Mln-
OlM 5 p.m.
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BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ava. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Solomon Schlff.
Friday 6:15 p.m. Saturday 9:30 a.m. In
honor of Rabbinical Assn. of Greater
Miami proclaiming- Saturday "A Day
of Prayer for Soviet Jewry." Rabbi
Schlff will speak on "I Am My Broth-
er's Keeper." Mlncha "> pro.
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BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Berel Wem
Friday 5:0."> p.m. Saturday a.m.
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BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ava.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Benjamin Ben-Art.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Hadassah Sabbath.
.Students will participate In the
Chanuka observance. Sermon: "Are
We Dedicated?" Saturday B:4S a.m.
Sermon: "We Are Dreamers." 5 p.m.
"A Dream Realized."
BETH MOS~HE CONGREGATION
13630 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative.
Rabbi David Roaenfeld. Cantor Sey-
mour Hinkaa.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Hudnssnh SaMvuh.
Mrs. Maurice Simmons, past pres-
ident of Chal Group of Hnuassah. ill
be guest speaker. Oneg; Shabhat
hosted by Sisterhood. Saturday 8:45
a.m. Bar Mitzvah: Barney, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Feinbent.
BETH SOLOMON 50 NW Slat H.
Conservative. Rabbi Aharon. M. Feler.
Friday 8:15 and 8:11 p-m. Hadassah
Sahbath. Mrs. Sarah Herts will
1>e guest speaker. Onee; Shabbat host-
ed by Mr. and Mrs, Joseph Knvenoff
in honor of Chanuka; Mr. and Mrs.
Ben Jones In honot of grandson Roy's
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Maapilim Year (In Memory
of the Illegal Immigrant*)
Twenty years ago, after the
World War, whole cities lay in
devastation. Millions of people.of
various nations mourned a family
member who died in the war.
And the Jews? Almost all' were
killed. There were cases tfiat.'lrom
a large family, only one remained.
There was not even enough
strength to qry- There was no pos-
sibility to continue and live. Eur-
ope was one great graveyard of
the Jewish nation.
Where could the Jews who were
saved go? In Eretz Israel were
brethren who waited to help them
toward new life. The problem was
that the British, who ruled the
country, prohibited Jewish im-
migration.
The Jews sailed aboard small
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birthday; Dr. and Mrs Lewis Cohen
In honor "f her birthday, Saturday
! ajn. OoiUlon: "Portion of the
Week." Mlncha /:>' p.m.
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1ETH TFILAH 935 Euclid Ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky.
ETH TORAH. 164th St. and NE 11th
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
chitz. Cantor Jacob Renier.
Friday (:S0 and 8:15 p.m. "Plight of
Russian Jewry" will be theme of
serviie-. Sermon: "l.ft M> People
Go." Student Ohortia and cliulr of the
Religious School will Join Cantor Ren-
zer and the adult Choir In chanting
the. special Chanuka service. Satur-
day 8:1* a.m. lUir Mitzxaii: Larry,
son of Mi'- and Mrs. Robert Kahn.
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9'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd t
Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richter.
Cantor Jack Lerner.
Friday S:l" p.m. Chanuka Sabbath.
Sermon: "The Arising Crescendo of
Light." Bar Mitzv.ih: Scott, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Cohen.
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Plnstree
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross.
Friday 5:20 p.m. Saturday f> a.m.
Mlncha 5:15 p.m.
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L.
Drazin. Cantor William B. Nuasen.
sen.
Friday 5:16 and 8:15 p.m. Sermon:
"Playing Games In the Temple
Courtyard A Chanuka Parable."
Oneg Shabhat In honor of Mr. and
Mrs. Max Parness hosted by Blkur
Cholim. Saturday 8:45 a.m. Sermon:
"Portion of the Week."
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JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Tiber H. Stern
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Centor Abraham 8elf.
Friday 5 p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m.
Sermon: "The Lesson of Chanuka."
past president of Albert Einstein
Croup of Hadassah. will be ^uest
speaker One* Shabbat boated by Bls-
terhood. Saturday ;' a.m. Sermon:
Portion of the Week." Mr. and Mrs.
Hurry Rosenberg will host the Kir] -
dush.
Friday. December 9, 1966
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AM''Sh^ SL^thone..
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Sermon: "Victory of Faith Ovej
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boats without water and food into
the open sea. At night, in the dark,
they would come up onto the
shore of our country. Sometimes,
the boats sank. Many who were
saved from'We war, were drowned.
There were occasions that the Brit-
ish seized the boats and sent the
immigrants back. However, other
boats continued to bring immi-
grants. Ninety-six ships in all
reached th* shores of the country.
One hundred-thousand came in
this manner.
The government of Israel de-
cided that the sixteenth year of
our independence should be des-
ignated as "Maapilim Year" (these
immigrants were called Maapilim).
All of us, immigrants and old-
timers, will remember the "Maap-
ilim."
Published by Brith Ivrith Olamith
4 10 S:M p.m. Classes In Talmud and
u.ii .- of tiu- l-\itn, ra,
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MINYONAIRES SYNAGOGUE. 3737
Bird Rd. Modern traditional. Max
W. Temchin. president. Cantor Louis
Cohen.
Friday 1:13 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m.
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OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy Or
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineaa Weber.
Saturday S:3 a.m. Sermon: "Chan-
uka. Ulnrha ." p.m.
8EPHAROIC JEWISH CENTER. 645
Collins Ave. Rev. Cantor Sadi Nah
Priuaj mlncha 5 p.m. Saturday 8:30
a.m. Sermon: "The n.v After the
Victory."
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SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 18151 NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah
c. Caoln.
Fridav 5:1" :ind S:15 p.m. Sermon:
"Greatness Does Not Lie in Holding
Office." Irving Laufer will be hon-
ored as "Man of the Year." Rebecca
Balaban will be host. Saturday 9 a.m.
Sermon: "The Meaning of Responsi-
bility." Mlncha 5 p.m.
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TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. Con
ervative. 102S NE 1f3rd St., Miami
Gardens Rd. Rabbi Milton Schlinsky.
Cantor Maurice Neu.
Friilay 8 p.m. Hebrew and Nursery
School students will present a Chan-
uka program. Saturday 8:45 a.m. Bar
Mltxvah: Mark Kichard. son of Mr.
ind Mrs. Martin Knobel. Mlncha 5:30
p.m.
TEMPLE BETH EL OP HOLLY-
WOOD. 1381 S. 14th Ave. Reform
Rabbi Samuel Jaffa.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Annual Chanuka
family service. Sermon: "The Pag-
eant of Lights."
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase
Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Krenisn
Cantor Oavid Conviser.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Chanuka Sabbath.
Rabbi Kronlsh and Cantor Conviser
will conduct the annual candlelight
service: "The Light that Is Never
Extinguished." Saturday 10:45 a.m.
Bar Mltivah: Jeffrey Joseph, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Milton M. Gaynor.
TEMPLE BETH TOV. 6438 SW 8tn
St. Conservative. Rabbi Simon April.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Chanuka
Candies Apftenl." Saturday 9 a.m.
Sermon: "Portion of the Week."
TEMPLE EMANo-cL. 1701 Wastiino-
ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler.
Friday 5 and 8:30 p.m. Rabbi Arthur
S. Hollander will deliver a sermon
on "Dtacnal Chanuka Eternal Ju-
daism." Saturday 9 a.m. Rabbi Hol-
lander's sermon: "Weekly Portion of
the Bible." Junior congregation In
Maerabty hall at 10:30 a.m.
----------
TEMPLE ISRAEL OP GREATER ML
AMI. 137 NE 19th St. Reform. Rabbi
Joseph R. Narot.
Friday 8:15 p.m. "Crisis in the Middle
Bast: Israel and the I'nlted Nution.-
-----o
TEMPLE JUDEA. 5500 Granada Blvd.
Liberal-Reform. Rabbi Morris Kip-
per.
Fri'liiy 8:15 p.m. An original service
by Kabbi Kipper. Michelle Barkowltx,
Call Rosen, (iwen Rosen. Karen
Schulner and Judith Yesner. who at-
tended the confirmation class ai
L'AHC Coleman Camp during the
summer, will he confirmed. Parents
of the conflrmanda win host the]
oneg Shabbat.
TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th St
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram- \
owitz. Cantor Nico Feldman.
THE KABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
Judaism Will Survive
Because of Dynamism
ot. tun
TEMPLE NER TAMID
Tatum Waterway.
80th St. and
Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Laoovitz. Can-
tor Edward Klein.
Friilay 8:15 p.m. Chanuka sermon:
Let There in- Light Let There be
FVeedom." Special prayera will he
offered in behalf of Russian Jewry.
N. r Tamtd Junior Choir will partici-
pate in service.
TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative
8759 SW 16th St., Miami Rabbi
Ralph G I i x m a n Cantor Herman
Marchbein.
Friday 8:30 p.m. Saturday 8:45 a.m.
Bar Mitzvah: Kirk, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Roy Miller: Bruce, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Martin Yelen.
TEMPLE Sholom 132 SW 11th Ave..
Pompano Beach. Conservative. Rab-
bi Morris A. Skop. Cantor Leon
Segal.
Fridav 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "If Festival
Lights Could Talk." I'SY group u III
participate In service, with sermon-
ettes delivered by Jerry Hoffman
and Harriet Litowlch.
TEMPLE SINAI OF- NORTH DADE
18801 NE 22nd Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Marius Ranaon. Cantor Chet Gale.
Friday 8:15 p.m. at Washington fed-
eral, 699 NE 167th St. Sermon: "Hero-
ism and Freedom In our Day."
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 851 E.
4th Ave., Hlaleah. Conservative.
Rabbi Maurice Klein.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sisterhood will pre-
sent a Chanuka dramatization. Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Klrsch will ho.-t the
Oneg Shabhat in honor of their wed-
ding anniversary. Saturday 9 a.m.
TEMPLE ZION. 8000 Miller Rd. Con-
servatlve. Rabbi Alfred Waxman.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "The Possi-
bility of Religious Assimilation." Sat-
urday 9:30 a.m. Bar Mitzvah: Harold,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Cohen:
Jeff, son of Mrs. Fa>e Spector. Mln-
cha Bar Mitzvah: Howard, aon of
Mrs. Sylvia Bujaky.
-----o-----
TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamera Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell Car-
eer. Cantor Ben Oickson.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Re-Dedi-
cation." Saturday 8:45 a.m. Sermon:
"Portion of the Week."
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henr>
Wernlck.
Friday 8:80 p.m. Sermon: "Flicker-
ing Flames." Mrs. Norman Chasm,
By DR. SAMUEL JAFFE
Tempt* Bath El of Hollywood
Judaism has survived because
of its unique and inherent ability
of remaining ver> dynamic and
relevant to the great issues of life.
In each generation, it renews it-
self, and its spiritual message, like
a beacon, continues to shed light
on the path we must take.
We are now in the midst of
celebrating the Festival of Chan-
uka. For over
2.100 years this
holiday, consid-
ered minor
from the per-
spective of tra-
dition, yet ma-
jor in terms of
its manifold im-
plications, has
come with its
unique ritual
and ceremony,
reviving the
memories o f
the historic
struggle of our
forefathers for
the freedom of religious dissent.
The Syrian-Greeks were bent on
Hellenizing the Jewish way of life
and would brook no interference
with those who would not con-
form with the primitive practices
of the pagan cult they had en-
shrined in Jerusalem, and the hed-
onistic value system which they
had engendered throughout the
land. Chanuka commemorates the
military and political triumph of
the ancient Jews over the power-
ful forces of Antiochus Epiphanes.
Even more than that, it repre-
sents the zeal and dedication of
Israel to the principle of the right
to dissent when such dissent in-
volves the fundamental issues of
life moral values and spiritual
integrity. For the cause the Mac-
cabees valiantly championed, was
the right to be different in a clim-
ate marked by widespread con-
formity.
The right to dissent remains one
of the great challenges of our own
times. It confronts us in the re-
ligious, political and social spheres
of our culture. The pressure to
conform to the posture of the ma
I i'; 'ii-
Thii page u prepaid in co-
I operation with me Greater Mi-
I ami Rabbinical A-uocidfion.
Coordinator of features ap-
pearing here is
DR. MAX LIPSCHITZ
spiritual leader of Beth Torah
I Congregation of North Miami
Beach.
jority is felt very keenly today.
It manifests itself in insidious
ways. It is glaringly reflected in
both our manners and our morals,
in our attitudes and our values.
We would follow the mainstream
in its decisions and commitments,
sacrificing both conscience and
conviction in order to gain ac-
ceptance and status.
This philosophy ot life unfor-
tunately characterizes much of our
society and impinges especially on
our Judaism. Since we are a minor
ity faith, the pressure to conform
to the dominant culture, to the es-
tablishment and its value system,
is ever apparent. There are those
who would have us shed our
uniqueness and lose our distinctive
moral posture by identifying with
the majority. This in truth is out
modern idolatry: the fear of di*
sent."
Chanuka means many thins) .
rededication. loyalty, courage
Above all, Chanuka underscores
the miracle of survival because of
a people's commitment to tlw
principle of the right to be dif
ferent, the right of the individual
or group to live by its standards
without compromise and without
loss of integrity. This has been
one of the major contributions of
1 our distinctive religious heritage
Chanuka comes then with a
meaningful message for our times
It should strengthen us in our con
victions to be true to ourselves
and to our higher nature. It should
foritfy us in our resolve to free
our fettered spirits and seek thi
truth. It should encourage us to
stand up for what we believe to be
the right and live by our commit
I ments.
,

SYNOPSIS OF THE TORAH PORTION MIKETZ
His brothers bow before Joseph who is now the ruler of
Egypt.
f
"And Joseph was the governor of the land And Joseph's
brethren came, and bowed down to him" (Gen. 42. 6).
MIKETZ Two years later, Pharaoh dreamt a dream in two
slightly different versions. The dream terrified the King of
Egypt; but none of his sages could explain it satisfactorily^
Pharaoh's butler remembered Joseph's master interpretations of
dreams, and informed Pharaoh. Joseph was brought before
Pharaoh and explained the dream as forecasting seven years of
plenty that were to come to the land of Egypt, only to be suc-
ceeded by seven years of famine. He advised Pharaoh to appoint
a wise overseer to collect wheat during the years of plenty and
distribute it during the years of famine. Pharaoh appointed
Joseph himself to this post as his victory.
As Joseph had forecast, the Egyptian stores of wheat were
in great demand during the seven years of famine. Among those
who came to buy wheat in Egypt were Joseph's older brothers.
Joseph recognized them, but they did not know him. Joseph so
contrived that the brothers came to Egypt a second time, bring-
ing Benjamin, Joseph's full brother with them. Joseph received
them cordially; but then he made it seem as though Benjamin
had stolen a goblet, and insisted that he stay behind as a servant
The brothers refused to abandon Benjamin, and all decided to
return to Joseph's home.
Thii recounting of the Weekly Portion of the Law it ex-
tracted end baaed upon "The* Graphic Watery ef the Jewish
Heritage" edited by P. Wollman Tiamir, $15 Publisher Is
Shengold, and the volume it available at 27 William St., New
York S. N.Y. President of the aeeiety dlatrlbwtint the volume
h Joseph Schlang-


11 iuot. iwemDir :fll l kk
Friday, December 9, 1966
*Jenisti noricfia*7
Page 13-B
Dmyii Cariai
Nolan Altman
Mark Knobel
J%ar ^Aiitzvalt
Mark Knobel
Mark-Richard, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Martin Knobel, 1251 NE
175th St., will become Bar Mitz-
vah at the Saturday morning serv-
ices, Dec. 10, at Temple Adath
Yeshurun.
Mark is an eighth grade student
^Jit John F. Kennedy Junior High
I when he plays the sousaphone in
:he concert band. Other interests
are the Rocketry Club, football,
water sports and the clarinet.
The Oneg Shabbat following the
Friday evening service will be
held in honor of the birthday of
the Knobel'* younger son, David.
Mr and Mrs. Knobel will host
the Saturday morning Kiddush in
Mark's honor.
'Great-grandparents of the Bar
Mitzvah, Mr. "and Mrs. Ralph
Creenberger, of Miami Beach;
grandparents, Mr, and Mrs. Lewis
l Brooks, No. Miami Beach; and
grandmother, Mrs. Lena Knobel.
>f New "York, will'help celebrate
the dceasion.
The -ttelebraht will be honored
at a reception and dinner Satur-
day evening at the Carillon Hotel.
* *
Howard Bujaky
Howard,, son of-Mrs. Sylvia Bu-
jaky, will observe his Bar Mitzvah
during the Mincha service on Sat-
urday, Dec. 10, at Temple Zion.
Howard is a pupil at the Syl-
-Vania Heights School and is inter-
ested in fishing and swimming.
Mrs. Bujaky will host the Sha-
.os Si-ikId- following the service.
4 *
Jeff Spector
Jeff, son of Mrs. Faye Spector,
was Bar Mitzvah on Saturday
morning, Dec. 3, at Temple Zion.
Jeff is an eighth grade pupil at
West Miami Junior High, and is
interested in community projects.
Mrs. Spector hosted the Kid-
dush and a reception dinner at
the Famous Restaurant.
Mr. and Mrs. Alan Harris, of
Boston. Mass., grandparents of the
celebrant, were among the guests
attending the celebration.
*
David Caridi
David Henry, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Jacobo Caridi, 1271 SW 21st
Ter., will become Bar Mitzvah
at Beth David Congregation on
Saturday, Dec. 10.
David is an eighth grade student
at Shenandoah High, and has been
attending Beth David Religious
School for the past six years. His
interest lies in the area of sports.
Mrs. Gloria Caridi and Mr. and
Mrs. David Hekim,' of Colombia,
S.A.. grandparents of David, will |
attend the services and Kiddush j
sponsored by his parents.
* a
Nolan Altmart
On Saturday morning, Dec. 10,
Nolan Roger, son of Dr. and Mrs.
Donald H. Altman, will be Bar
Mitzvah at Temple Beth'Am.
Nolan, an eighth grade student
at Palmetto Junior High, is inter-
ested in science and mathematics,
and hopes to follow in his fath-
er's footsteps by pursuing a career
in medicine.
The celebrant will be honored
at a Kiddush following the Bar
Mitzvah services
*
Harold Cohen
On Saturday morning, Dec. 10,
Harold, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ken-
neth Cohen, will become Bar Mitz-
vah at Temple Zion.
Harold attends eighth grade at
Cutler Ridge Junior High. He plays
clarinet in the school band, and
is interested in boating and fly
ing.
Mr. and Mrs. Cohen will host
the Kiddush following services.
Mesivta Dinner
Slates Yeshiva
Prof. Saturday
Trustees, board of directors and
members of the Mesivta of Great-
er Miami I.oUis Merwitzer High
School were to tender a special
reception to Dr. Moses D. Tend-
ler, Talmud scholar and research
scientist, on Thursday evening at
.the Mesivta.
Dr. Tendler will be the prin-
cipal speaker and honored guest
at the school's sixth annual dinner
on Saturday night at the Fon-
tainebleau Hotel.
Friday morning. Dr. Tendler
will speak to the students of
Mesivta on the problems facing |
the modern teen-ager, and dur-
ing the afternoon hours he will
address the Hebrew Academy
students and the senior class of
the Olga and Margaret Weishaus
High School for Girls.
According to Hyman Galbut,
chairman of the dinner, "the at-
tendance will be the largest in the
school's six-year history."
Dr. Tendler is Yeshiva Univer- \
sity professor of Talmud and i
chairman of the college's Biology
Department.
Representing the more than 20
Latin American and out-of-state
students at the dinner will be
Joseph Litowich, an nili grade
student at the Mesivta, who will
speak on "What the Mesivta Has
Accomplished for Me."
Howard Bienenfeld will speak
on behalf of local students.
Cantor Abraham Seif, of Knes-
seth Israel Congregation, will con-
duct the candlelighting ceremony
in honor of Chanuka.
Participating in the dinner pro-
gram will be Max Cohen, Charles
Kalb, and Louis Pollack, chairman
of the arrangements committee.
psasT*
<...^&
Rabbis Attend
Church Council
At the invitation of the Nation-
al Council of the Churches of
Christ, the Synagogue Council of
America designated five Jewish
observers to the triennial General
Assembly being held this week in
Miami Beach at the Fontainebleau
Hotel.
The Jewish delegation is headed
by Rabbi Henry Siegman. execu-
tive vice president of the Syna-
gogue Council of America. The
ether members of the delegation
are:
Rabbi Balfour Brickner, direc-
tor on interfaith activities of Re-
form Judaism for the Union of
American Hebrew Congregations;
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Temple
EmanuEl, of Miami Beach; Rabbi
Max A. Lipschitz, Beth Torah Con-
gregation, of North Miami Beach:
and Rabbi Joseph R. Narot, Tern
pie Israel of Greater Miami.
The Synagogue Council of
America is the national coordin-
ating agency for the rabbinic and
congregational bodies of Conserva-
tive, Orthodox and Reform Juda
ism in the United States.
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Oocianf
Continued from Pago IB
ville Hotel, where they enjoyed
dinner, dancing and a show,
courtesy of the 1500 Men's Club
. There was continuous enter-
tainment throughout the cocktail
hour which preceded the show
with headliner Eddie Schaeffer,
and continuous dancing to the
Deauville Orchestra until the wee
small hours Club president,
Emanuel Mentz, relieved that
none of his little lambs strayed
b\f el C^
rove
as he shepherded every last one
back into the buses for the re-
turn trip home.
oo
This will be a happy New Year
for the Greenfield family .
Word has just been received that
Capt. David E. Greenfield will
be home from Korea any day
now His mother and two
sisters are eagerly awaiting his
return to 921 NW 174th St., N.
Miami Beach.
Dr. Eisenstein Concludes Series
Dr. Ira Eisenstein, president of
the Reconstructionist Foundation,
noted scholar, author and philos-
opher, will wind up the current
lecture series on the subject "Is
God Dead?" on Monday, 0 p.m.,
at Temple Beth Sholom, according
1o Mrs. Irving B. Kaplan, president
of Beth Sholom's Board of Edu-
cation.
Rabbi Leon Kronish. spiritual
'eader of Beth Sholom, has served
as discussion leader for the series
and will introduce Dr. Eisenstein.
burgh, University of Colorado,
Louisiana State University.
A prolific author. Dr. Eisenstein
has also published, with his wife,
many cantatas. He is the son-in-law
of Dr. Mordecai Kaplan.
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Harvey's Opens
On Beach Friday
Harvey's Stylist for Men. 1241
Washington Ave., will open its
new men's store location on Fri-
day.
Harvey Hirshdorf came to Mi-
ami two years ago, but saw that j
retirement was not for him.
A former salesman in men's
wear in Brooklyn, he decided to
try the restaurant business and
for a while operated Harvey's on
Bay Parkway in Brooklyn.
From this change of pace, he
became a movie player, perform-
ing as a "heavy" in two pictures.
"But the call of men's wear was
louder than any other," Hirshdorf
explained, and so he's back in the
retail men's wear business now.
The new store is next to the Cin-
ema Theatre, and will carry fine
label styles. S. T.
N. Mendelson,
Kosher Market,
Has Anniversary
N. Mendelson and Sons Inc., of
621 Washington Ave., Miami
Beach, is now marking its 20th
anniversary.
Open House was held Tuesday
evening at the firm's Corned Beef
Corner. The Miami Beach store is
newly-renovated and beautifully
decorated. It is also air-conditioned
for customer comfort.
Moats, poultry and delicates-
sen at the kosher establishment
are under the supervision of
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. N.
Mendelson and Sons is open
daily, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., and
Sundays.
Their prime meats include stand-
ing rib roasts, delmonico steaks,
crown roasts and lamb duck roasts.
Kosher poultry includes cornish
game hens, genuine capons, tur-
keys, and Long Island ducklings.
Among delicatessen products
are corned beef, tongue, pastrami,
salami, and bologna.
A new department now offers
ready-to-serve kosher home made
cooked foods.
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Auxiliary Mat'L President to Visit:
tartment of Florida Will Play Host
Department of Florida Lad-
\u.\iliary\ Jewish War Veter-
\i the U.S.A.. and its president,
Arthur (Sophia) Lee, an-
|ce the official visit to the
tment of the National Ladies'
lliary president, Mrs. Dave
cia) Kozlow, of Milwaukee,
Lc will visit the Veterans Ad-
ist rations Hospital in Coral
les.
riday, 8 p.m., the national pres-
|t will !> honored at services
iimple E:-.aiiu-El.
Iriday, a- 11 p.m., Mrs. Koz-
accomparied by. Mrs. Lee.
will speak on Larry Kings radio
program.
On Saturday, 11:30 a.m.. she
will be guest at a brunch given in
her honor at the Algiers Hotel. In
charge of reservations is Mrs. Max
Kern.
Visiting dignitaries will include
the executive staff of the Jewish
War Veterans of the Department
of Florida and Mrs. Ben Haber-
man, now of Sarasota.
Saturday evening. Mrs. Kozlow
and Mrs. Lee will participate with
various auxiliaries and posts in
social affairs.
Sunday. 9:30 a.m., Mrs. Kozlow
will be guest speaker at the De-
MKS. KOZtOW
MRS. IK
cember quarterly state meeting at
the Miami Beach Federal, 755
Washington Ave.
Monday, Mrs. Kozlow and Mrs.
Lee will arrange for a flight, to
visit with the upstate auxiliaries
in Tampa, St. Petersburg, and
Orlando.
Temple Ner Tamid Buys $203,000 in Bonds
As 500 Join In Honoring Louis Cohens
"*W* '
LAWMNCt WtMR
ist Officer
[o Talk Monday
O.awrence Weiner, trust officer
lithe Jefferson National Bank of (
'mi Beach, will be featured'
aker at the North Shore B'nai i
:th meeting at Surfside Com-'
nity Center on Monday at 8
rvine C. Spear, president of the
|e, has announced that Weiner's
lect will be "Estate Planning |
iMature Adults"
lie general public is invited.
In celebration of Israel's 18th
anniversary', and in honor of Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Cohen, members of
Temple Ner Tamid reponded to an
appeal by Habbi Eugene Labovitz
by Purchasing $203,000 in Israel
Bonds.
The occasion was Temple Ner
Tamid's Israel "Chai" Dinner of
State last Saturday night at the
: Fontainebleau Hotel.
The attendance of more rhan
500 and the total of bond pur-
chases were both records in Hie
history of the congregation's ef-
forts for Israel.
Mr. and Mrs. Cohen, veteran
leaders on behalf of the Temple
and the State of Israel, received
Israel's "Chai" Award.
Zeev Boneh, Israel's Consul Gen-
eral for Southern United States,
made the presentation.
Other program participants in-
cluded Murray Shaw, temple pres-
ident, and Sol Frankel.
Entertainment was provided by-
Jan and Lillian Bart, who present-
ed their special Yiddish-English
adaptation of "Fiddler on the
Roof."
The Menorah of Statehood cerc-
mony was conducted by Rabbi
Labovitz.
Torch bearers were Col. and
Mr- William Harris. Pilot-lighters,
were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hersch.!
Candlelighters included Mr. and
Mrs. Maurice Zaretsky. Mr. and
Mrs. Alex T. Eig, Mrs. Sadie Tro-
sky, Mr and Mrs. Sol Frankel, Mr.
and Mrs. Julius Resnick, Mrs.
Anna C. Corrsin, Mr. and Mrs. Isi-
dore Beemar, Mrs. Helen Tuck,
Mr. and Mrs. Isidore Schachter,
Mr. Solomon Siegel, Mr. and Mrs.
Meyer Tepperman, Mr. and Mrs.
Philip Randman, Mrs. Henrietta j
Fine. Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Donen,'
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Forer, Mr.,
and Mrs. Elgene Schwarz, Mr. and!
Mrs. Morris Rossein, Mr. and Mrs. I
Philip Shlansky and Mrs. Fannie
Sklar.
?neers to Honor Friedberg Here
[meer Women Club 1 was to
Mayshie Friedberg at an
jl thanuka party on Thurs-
7:30 p.m., in the Royal Hun-
Restaurant.
ibtrg was to be installed
honorary life member of
?r Women. He is being non-
Ion the occasion of his 85th
lay.
iberg is active in the Israel
irive, Combined Jewish Ap-
| Jewish National Fund, and
Brut.
speaker for the evening
be Rabbi Leon Kronish, of
Temple Beth bnolom.
Chairman was to be Mrs. Milton
Green, president of the Greater
M+ami Council of Pioneer Women.
Mrs. Joseph Krantz is club pres-
ident
*
Beba Idelson Chapter of Pioneer
Women will hold a Chanuka Fes-
tival on Saturday, 8 p.m., in the
DiLido Hotel.
Rue Wiesberg. chapter treasurer,
will sponsor the party. Mrs.
Michael Gibson, chapter president,
will be the chairman for the even-
ing.
a Ueii), noted Israeli aicn^boiogiac, discusses the
vations he directed at Masada with Edwin Newman,
I news correspondent, on the Eternal Light. The program,
i. 7. 11:30 a.m., this Sunday, is a jou-t presentation of the
lal Broadcasting Company and the Jewish Theological
nary of America. A him o: the die, made on location by
vT3C reiiaious programs unit, precedes the interview.
Ycdin will discuss the excavation of the ancient fortress.
Gerstein to Talk
At Beth Am
State Attorney Richard Ger-
sstein will address the Temple
Beth Am Brotherhood when it
meets for breakfast on Sunday,
10 a.m., in the Youth Lounge. His
topic will be "Whose Side Are You
On?"
Marcey Schaffer is president of
the Brotherhood.
*
A view in pictures and words
of the Yucaten peninsula will be
presented by Alfred Manheim and
Eugene Dynner before members
of the Friendship Circle of the
Temple on Tuesday evening.
The Circle is open to members
of the Temple who are 50 years,
and older. Friends are welcome,
announce,-! Henry Kauffmann and
Mrs. Juliet Burk, co-chairman of
the C.rcle's planning committee.
*
Youngsters of the Religious
School have donated gifts for the
Chanuka holiday to the Dade Coun-
ty Hearing and Speech Center.
Gifts were collected on Dec. 3 and
4 by members of Beth Am Sister-
hood.
Mrs. Alan Kessler, Sisterhood
chairman of the Center, is in
charge of the collection. Sisterhood
president is Mrs. George Malin.
Empire State Club Banquet
Empire State Club, a group of
Masons from the State of New
York now living in Florida, will
hold its annual banquet and all-
star show at the Fontainebleau
Hotel Saturday evening. Joseph
Kraus is president of the eight-
year-old club.
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SUIT FOR DIVORCE
PATRICIA A. MINNAMON,
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In RE: Estate of
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th.- Plalntlff'H attorney, ALBERT
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cayne Ilulldlng, Miami. Plorlila 33130,
and file the original Answer or Plead-
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agafnsl you tor the relief demanded
in the Bill oi Complaint.
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In 'I'Hi: JEWISH I UHtlDIAN.
DONE AND ORDKREIi al Miami,
.,. this 1-1 daj "i December,
A. 11. 1988.
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i 'Ireull i "oui'. I >ad< i intj. Ploi Ida
(Seal) Bj K M I.VMW
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AI>BERT NVH-WNHKY, ENQUIRE
Attorney for Plaintiff
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Miami, Florida 33130
18 9-16-23-30
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
NO. 66C 127iKJ
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
.lo ANN f. IIERKEN,
Plaintiff,
WM.I.IAM i: GERKEN,
Defendant.
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hereby notified that a Rill ol Com-
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against you, ami you an- rwiuired to
servi a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Bill "f Complaint on
the Plaintiff's attorney. 1'AL'l,
KWITNBY, 120 Mneoln Road, Miami
Beach, Florida, and file th,- original
Answer ir Pleading in the "fflce of
the clerk ol the Circuit Court on or
before the 10th day ol January, 1967.
If you fall to eh' so, Judgment by
default will be taken against you for
the relief demanded In the mil ol
Complaint.
Tins notli shall be published onca
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In Till: JEWISH PMIR1DIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 7th daj ol December,
A.D. I960
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ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 66C12039
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
:. MtltY OOULD,
Plaintiff,
vs. .1
ANITA COULD,
I lefendant,
TO: ANITA GOULD
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Apt. 409,
I ..is Angela*. California
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that a complaint for liivorce has
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the relief di manded in said Com-
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OONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 1st day of Hoc
1966.
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I vaile Count \. Fluriila
By: I,. SNEEDEN
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Attorneys for Plaintiff.
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Celebrating Victory of the Maccabees
llfewish FloiridiaHi
Miami. Florida, Friday, December 9, 1966
Section C
Chanuka Marks Reconstruction
Of Temple in Jerusalem,
Defeat of the Oppressors
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By ALFRED H. PAUL
IT is time to recall the reign of
the Hasmoncan Dynasty over
the land of Israel. We celebrate
the great miracle of the Macca
bean victory which culminated
the rcconsecration of the Tem-
ple in Jerusalem. Every Jewish
child knows how old "Mattathias
defied the Syrian conquerors in
the small town of Modin, how he
and his sons took up aims against
the Syrians, how the Hebrews in
Judea finally regained their re-
ligious freedom under the leader-
ship of Judas Maccabeus, how the
few drops of oil in the Temple
lamp burned miraculously for
eight nights. It is a story of Jew-
ish glory. What few remember
these days is that the Hasmonean
Dynasty, which started in ecstasy,
ended in agony for the Jewish
people in the Holy Land. Let's
take the story in sequence.
Mattathias of Modin was the
descendant of a man named
Ilashmon. or Asmoneus. A
Seleucid despot from Syria, sur-
named Epiphanes. had set out
not only to conquer Judea but
also to suppress that Land's re-
ligion. His troops were ordered
to Hellenize the Jews. The Syri-
ans converted the Temple in
Jerusalem into a Greek sanctu-
ary and erected altars to their
pagan gods in towns and cities
throughout Judea. meeting very
little resistance. But a country
priest at Modin. a great-grandson
of Asmoneus, showed fight
Soon, one of his sons. Judas,
nicknamed the hammer (Macca-
beus), took charge of the Jewish
army.
Three years to the date after
the Temple had been desecrated
the Temple was reconsecrated.
Using mainly what we would call
today guerilla tactics striking
by night, hiding in the caves and
hill by day the under-equipped
undcrarmed. hardly trained Jew
ish fighters defeated the highly-
Continued on Pag* 2-C


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Continued from Pag* 1-C
trained, disciplined might of the
Syrians. The Jews won against
superior forces literally because
of their spirit. This has happened
at many periods in history'- A
people imbued with an idea can
win over brute force. The Jews
had an idea. Their religion. They
triumphed.
Death for Wife
Skip almost a hundred years.
A half-Jew named Herod mar-
ried to a woman who descended
from the Hasmoneans seized
the Jewish throne occupied by
that time by Antigonus. last of
the Hasmor.ean kings. Herod had
Antigonus killed. He ordered
death for the remaining male
members of the Hasmonean
Continued on Page 15-C
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* The Jew and Civil Disobedience
c
LUHEN a southern Jewish merchant berates a
" visiting representative of a national Jewish
organization because that organization has sent
members to march with Negroes for civil rights
in that merchant's town, the merchant raises a
profound religious issue.
Thatassue is Hie problem of civil disobedience
and what Jewish tradition requires of the Jew in
situations of conflict between civil law and relig-
ious commitment.
It Ls true that the merchant is raising the issue
only vicariously because he clearly has not the
slightest intention of joining in such a march or of
having even the remotest connection with it. He
may have overwhelmingly practical reasons for
condemning the Jew who does march but in
view of one Reform rabbi he violates Jewish
tradition not only by rejecting a direct role in the
Negro's civil rights struggle, but even more so for
seeking to halt the marching Jew.
Critical Examination
Rabbi Samuel G. Broude, of Cleveland, has
examined the problem in a recent issue of the
Journal of the Central Conference of American
Rabbis. He opens his examination with notation of
the fact that more and more rabbis have entered
the struggle in the United States to help the Negro
attain equality of opportunity and citizenship. The
rabbis have taken part in freedom rides, sit-ins,
Continued on Page 4-C
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N.J., chairman of the board of governors
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cil. The AJC, a charter member of the
NCR AC, withdrew in 1952 and rejoined the
coordinating body of major Jewish inter-
group agencies this year.
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Friday, December 9,
1966
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
KENTUCKY FRIED CHICKEN DINNER
3 Pieces Chicken, French Fries, Cole Slaw,
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BAKERY
13349 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach
division of NEW YORK BAKERIES. INC.
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460 S. Dixie Highway Coral Gables
GENERAL CONTRACTORS
Phone 661-3403
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The Jew and Civil Disobedience
Continued from Page 3-C
pray-ins. school boycotts and freedom schools. They
have often violated local laws and have been ar
rested Xor so doing. Some of their congregants
have reacted with considerable nervousness about
such rabbinical behavior, citing statements from
some Christians to their spiritual leaders to restrict
their activities to the church and stay out of
politics.
Rabbi Broude poses a series of questions:
When is it right to defy the law of the state? Is it
even right to do so? On what basis? Who decides?
What authority does one have for knowingly and
consciously breaking a law? Is the issue one of in-
dividual conscience or does Jewish tradition impel
Jews to take a stand?
It is true that the issue is one of ultimate
loyalty, but in practical terms the question is: At
what point does the individual choose to demon-
strate which loyalty he will follow, if he feels he
must choose?
Higher Law
As a preliminary observation, Rabbi Broude
stresses that the committed individual is not
breaking the law to show his independence but to
fulfill a higher law, or to have a more just law-
enacted, or to bring about a condition of greater
freedom or justice. In addition, Rabbi Broude
holds, the person involved in civil disobedience
must be willing to accept the consequences of
breaking a law he believes to be wrong Rabhi
Broude then defines civil disobedience as an a
or an inaction, motivated by love, jn defiant
civil laws, which has as its goal the accompli^
mcnt of righteousness and justice.
Jewish lore is replete with examples of jews
Whose consciences compelled them to protest what
they considered wicked actions by those in power
One only need mention Samuel and Saul, Nathan
and David, Michah speaking against Ahab. and
others.
Determining Standards
Rabbi Broude then notes the introduction into
Jewish law of the concept of "dina d'malchuta
dina." which translates to mean that to the Jew
the law of the land in which he dwells is his law
This pronouncement made it possible for the Jewry
of third century Babylonia to accept the civil law
as binding in all matters not directly in conflict
with Jewish religious principles. As in all such
rules, the issue turned on when and how such
conflicts could arise. There are those. Rabbi Broude
notes, who argue that this principle makes any
deviation from the law of the land as not in accord
with Jewish tradition.
However, the rabbi adds, the Dina principle
was "never intended to legitimatize the civil gov-
ernment under any circumstances but only under
conditions which do not undermine the proper
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Draperies, Bed Spreads, Living Room Furniture
F. A. Cardelli, owner
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FR 3-8039
Mr. Scott, Owner



Fndoy. December !HI I MR
. Friday, December 9,
1966
*Jmvlsti fkrHlar
Page 5-B
expression of Judaism." The question still remains:
Where is the line to be drawn?
Rabbi Broude cites some cases from the Tal
mud dealing with taxes imposed on Jews by a non-
Jewish government. The principle of Dina is ap-
plied to the effect that in every case where the
law of the kingdom is without prejudice, "it is
the law of the land." But if ot? Then the prin-
ciple of Dina does not apply.
The question addressed to the concerned Jew
is: "whose standards do you use for rendering
judgment, who possesses you, whose image do you
reflect, who is worthy of ultimate loyalty?"
But then, the question is raised, should we
not use legal means to attain a moral end? The
answer is: yes, if it is at all possible. But in times
of social crises, such as the one in which America
is now struggling with its conscience on the issues
of the rights of the dispossesed American, "it may
be necessary, paradoxically, to break the law of
the state to make it a true expression of God's
law."
What about the argument that the extremist
can and does use the same tactics? When he does.
Rabbi Broude replies, he is trying to limit or deny
rights, not to assert greater rights. "Purpose
makes all the difference."
What about the end and means issue? Not ap-
plicable, says Rabbi Broude. The issue is a con-
flict between the legal and the moral. It is pos-
sible to be legal and immoral the Nazis passed
laws and therefore it may be necessary to be
illegal to be moral. Is this then the choice? No,
says Rabbi Broude, because for the religiously-
committed Jew there is, in fact, no choice. The
principle of Dina applies as long as the law of
the land does not conflict with ultimate Jewish
loyalty, as long as it does not seek to deny God.
When law does, it must be defied.
Disobeying the law of the land may lead to
martyrdom, "the highest form of civil disobedi-
ence" and, in fact, Jewish tradition counsels Jews
to accept death rather than to commit idolatry,
incest or murder under duress.
No Mutual Ground
Carrying the matter a step further, Rabbi
Broude adds that the Jewish commitment goes
beyond situations where only Jews are involved or
where only Judaism is threatened. The obligation
of Kiddush Ha Shem, Sanctification of the Name,
"applies wherever Gods image is not permitted
to be reflected on the faces of all his children."
The Talmud, the rabbi points out. equates the
sin of shaming one's neighbor in public with that
of shedding blood. All Americans "are in daily
danger of publicly shaming our Negro neighbors
by denying them full equality of education, inte-
grated neighborhoods, freedom of movement, ade-
quate employment opportunities." Hence, the only
civil laws which can properly claim the support
of the committed Jew "are those which eliminate
this shame or at least do not permit it to prevail."
The question finally is. does a person accept
divine commandments or simply "observe laws."
There is no neutral ground.
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JALCO Awning & Carpet Co., Inc.
741 N.W. 54th STREET, MIAMI, FLA.
Phone PL 4-5561
Aluminum Awnings iVall-to-Wall Carpeting
SAM TRAURIG and WALTER TRAURIG
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TRAURIG
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Insurance agency, inc.
3061 NW 7th STREET SUITE 205
MIAMI. FLORIDA 33125
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WORKS OF AIT
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INTERNATIONAL
FINE ART GALLERIES]
1228 Lincoln Rd. Miami Beach
T. SCHORR
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to.id.no PhMO JI 4-2501
TO ALL GREETINGS FROM
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Narovi Shipping Corporation
GRABCOLOMBIANA (NY) INC. HAMBURG AMERICAN LINE
NORTH GERMAN LLOYD COLUMBUS LINE
PAN AMERICAN CRUISE LINES, INC.
MAMENICLINE LINE
808 N.E. 2nd AVENUE
P.O. Box 1254 Phones FR 3-9830, FR 4-8585
HAPPY CHANUKA and BEST WISHES TO ALL
UNIVERSAL BEAUTY SUPPLY CO.
2780 W. FLAGLER STREET HI 4-8281
HAPPY CHANUKA and BEST WISHES TO ALL
ART'S NURSERY and LANDSCAPE CO.
Landscape Architects t Contractor*
990 NE. 79th STREET
BERNARD E. SELEVAN
Ph. 7572551
HARVEY GOLDSTEIN
GREETINGS FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA
LULLABY PRODUCTS, INC.
HARRY BAUMANN, Pres.
4102 East 11th Ave., Hialeah MU 8-4022
CHANUKA GREETINGS TO ALL
OUR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS
CHARLES R. REEVES
"Ifs Sure to Please If It Comes from Reeves"
REEVES SHOES
CORRECTIVE FOOTWEAR FOR THE FAMILY
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Miami Beach Ph. 538-8589
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TO ALL GREETINGS
DELUXE SIGN COMPANY
ELECTRIC SIGNS SALES & SERVICE
Phone 634-3233
2330 NW 27th Ave., Miami, Fla. Phone 634-3233
TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAY
ALEX MILLIGAN
rfr Marine Surveying Organization *
Marine Insurance Surveying -^ Yacht and Vessel Surveying
Marine Consultants and Engineers ^ Appraisal and Inspection
P.O. Box 126, Gratigny Station
Miami, Florida 33168
Phone: 757-9622 Res.: 681-4368
A HAPPY CHANUKA
FLORIDA DIVISION
Mutual of Omaha Ins. Co.United Benefit Life Ins.
Phone 371-1461 805 Ainsley Building
Season's Greetings
MIAMI SPRAY CO.
1201 OPA-LOCKA BLVD. MU 5-1521
OPA-LOCKA, FLORIDA
HAPPY CHANUKA
MIAMI BEACH APARTMENT ASSN., INC
Sidney Rubinowitz, President
350 LINCOLN ROAD Phone JE 1-0876
CHANUKA GREETINGS
MILLER ROAD HARDWARE
6787 S.W. 56th STREET PHONE 661-6461
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL
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Industries Inc.
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LABORATORY SUPPLIES AND CHEMICALS
. SERVING ^
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TO ALL HOLIDAY GREETINGS
ATLAS BOLT & SCREW OF FLORIDA
Bolta Nuts Screw* Washers Expansion Bolt*
Steel Brass Stainless Aluminum
IRVING M. STERN
3675 NW 67th ST. Miami Ph. 691-4351
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*Jew/sfl Fk>rfdf*ar
Friday. December 9,
1966
FLORIDA MEDICAL LABORATORY
723 DuPont Building
6915 Red Road (212 Red Sunset Bldg.)
Greetings to All Patrons and Friends
uaves ureynouna supplies
2618 West 3rd Avenue. Hialeah
TU 80874
LEON C. McASKILL
OF
McAskill Publishing Company
3811 N. MIAMI AVENUE
Wants to Wish All of His Friends
A VERY HAPPY HOLIDAY
GREETINGS TO ALL
"WHERE TO GET THEM"
Hopkins Carter Hardware Co.
MARINE SUPPLIES PAINTS and VARNISHES FISHING TACKLE
NAUTICAL CHARTS SHIPMATE & WILLIS BOTTLED GAS
FREE PARKING and DELIVERY
3701 N.W. 21st STREET PHONE 635-7377
HAPPY CHANUKA
H. G. SIGGIA -"IT PAYS TO LOOK WELL"
MERCANTILE BARBER SHOP
MANICURIST BOOTBLACK
Call for Appointment Bank Floor Room 239
Phone: 531-1579 420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Fla.
TO ALL HOLIDAY GREETINGS
FLAGLER INSURANCE
AGENCY, INC.
Donald Kaplan Marvin Haven
129 NE 79th Street Telephone PL 1-8613
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL
CASTLE HARBOR SAIL BOATS INC
RENTALS SALES
INSTRUCTION BY GEORGE AND NELL CASTLE
PEARSON ELECTRA ENSIGN HAWKS
GEO. O'DAY DAY SAILER RHODES 19
Dinner Key Charter Boat Docks Ph. 448-3212
EVENINGS 667-3954
GREETINGS TO ALL .
CHARLES1 RESTAURANT
GOOD FOOD GOOD COFFEE
CHARLES EMERSON, Owner
7121 N.W. 35th AVENUE
OX 1-6911
Home Issues Still Central in Israel
By ELIAHU SALPETER
Jerusalem
BARRING unpredictable international develop-
* merits, it may be assumed that domestic issues
will occupy the center of attention of Israelis in
the months ahead. A cut in paychecks at home
speaks louder than an atomic test in China or
the Pacific and Israelis are, not surprisingly,
watching the first with more concern than the
latter.
Last spring, with the introduction of the 1986-
67 budget, the Government initiated what it po-
litely called a "policy of economic moderation." In
plain words it meant a more stringent limit on
the expansion of public expenditure and a stronger
pressure on both the employers and the unions to
prevent major wage increases. Feeling the winds
of the slowdown in the unprecedented economic
boom, employers did not need much prodding
to oppose paying higher wages. And the Histadrut.
understanding the gravity of the situation, decided
that new wage demands must not go beyond a
six percent limit.
The central problem of Israel economy is that
its production costs are too high. As long as the
boom atmosphere prevailed, the domestic market
was willing to pay often quite unreasonable prices
for goods and services, prices that made them
unable to compete on open international markets
without direct or hidden government subsidies.
Cuts in subsidies, on one hand, and less monev
on the domestic market, on the other, quite natnr
ally resulted in a reduction of demand. This
together with the retrenchment of government
expenditure, particularly on housing, already bo
gan to result in a perceptible increase in Un-
employment.
Economic Moderation
The central^domestic issue in coming months,
therefore, is likely to be whether the government
in the face of growing unemployment, will he firm
enough to maintain the "policy of economic mod
eration" or will give in to the predictable erowui|j
pressures, loosen the reins and face the probable
danger of a major inflation. The other side of the
same coin is, some economists feel, whether the
government will show sufficient dexterity and
flexibility to prevent the new policy intended
to make Israel's economy ultimately more effi-
cient and competitive from pushing the country
into a serious business slump.
On the political front, the realignment of
party identities is likely to occupy the center of
the stage in coming months. This process started
before the 1965 elections when the secession of
the Ben-Gurion-Dayan-Peres group split the ruling
Mapai Party. It gained a major impetus more
recently when, under severe criticism. Menachem
Beigin for the first time in 18 years refused
to continue as the leader of the right wing Herat
Party which, consequently, began to show signs
TO ALL A
MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY
GARNER INSURANCE
AGENCY, INC.
(Established 1928)
GENERAL INSURANCE SURETY BONDS
MORTGAGE LOANS INVESTMENTS
8015 N.E. 2nd AVE. Ph. 757-5714
Miami, Florida
CHANUKA GREETINGS TO ALL
HIALEAH KNITTING MILLS, INC.
1100 EAST 41st STREET
HIALEAH, FLORIDA Ph. 688-4621
FLAIR MATTRESS & FURNITURE CO.
3705 N.W. 50th STREET, Miami, FU. NE 4-2585
MR. AND MRS AL GERSTEIN
Extend to All Good Wishes for a Happy Chanuka
Wait 'til you see the sensational
selection of sportswear at the
Jacqu. d. Loux Shop. 205 Mir-
acle Mile in Coral Gables. You'll
simply fall in love with their
slacks, skirts, sweaters, knit
shells and knit separates
cashmeres and woolens, tool
Allow yourself plenty of shop
ping time, because you'll prob
ably want to try on your favor
ites for sighs. Jacque de Loux
is open each Monday and Fri
day evenings til 9:00 P.M. too.
Drop in soon. Dial 445 1608
Chanuka Greetings from
III !''
slaters
caterers
2620 N.W. 27th Avenue
Miami Phone 635-6319
ROSE COOK of
MERLE NORMAN COSMETIC STUDIOS
Wishes A Very Happy Chanuka to All
7287 RED ROAD, So. MIAMI pn. 667-8193
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA
SCHOOL
AND SUMMER CAMP
11211 Biscayne Blvd. 757-1511
CHANUKA GREETINGS TO ALL
THE ORIGINAL
HOFFMANS
CAFETERIA
15th Street and Collins Ave. fh. 531-0357
KNOWN FOR GOOD FOOD OPEN ALL YEAR
HAPPY HOLIDAY
TARASCH
PHARMACY
18315 N.W. 7th Avenue
621-9961 NA 1-2881
A HAPPY CHANUKA
TO ALL
CENTURY
PLATING
3134 Coral Way, Miami
Phone 448-2456
"CHICKEN VILLAGE"
the Horn* of the Broatfed Chicken
380 ANDALUSIA, CORAL GABIES
Bromted Chicken Fish Platters
Romanian Steak Sandwiches
- TAKE OUT -
We Deliver and Cater
to Private Parties
Serving Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Clt4 Sundays
TEL. 448-9239
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Friday. December 9, 1966
fJewisli fhrMian
&
Page 7-B
Showing scenes of the Warsaw Ghetto and mosaic is housed at the Tucson, Ariz., Jewish
other events which took place during the Nazi Community Center. It is a representation of
terror, and stressing two themes from Jewish two hands raised in supplication for a peace-
tradition, religion and the law, this mural ful world.
of splitting up into four factions. There are some the party. A more significant trend, however, is
forces at work inside Mapai that would like to toward some form of joint framework or closer
heal the break and see the Rafi group back in Continued on Page 14-C
GREETINGS
Wilson Hart
Hardware
Phone 681-3432
Plumbing, Electrical, Paints,
Rooting & Building Supplies
1228 Opa-Locka Blvd
OPA-LOCKA, FLORIDA
GREETINGS from
DALLAS PARK
TAILORS & CLEANERS
Alterations Cleaning
Pressing Laundry
113 S.E. 1st Avenue
Miami, Fla.
Phone 374-3746
CHANUKA GREETINGS
I .on l on ilty
Moil's Shop
63 East Flagler St.
379-4806
Holiday Greetings To All
Angie's Florist
Don and Angie Swinney
Specializing in Custom Designing
of All floral Creations
ORCHIDS OUR SPECIALTY
3960 SW 99th Ave.
Phone 226-7007
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
ATLAS BATTERIES ATLAS TIRES
ALTON ROAD
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1422 Alton Rd., Miami Beach
Tel. 538-9443
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Generators Staffers
Wheel Balance Carbs Rebuilt
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BESTWISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA
GUARANTY BANK
OF MIAMI
8300 BIRD ROAD
Member: Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
DRIVE-IN FRIDAYS 8 to 8
TO ALL HOLIDAY GREETINGS
RED COACH GRILL
1455 Biscayne Boulevard
Ph. 379-4008
CHANUKA GREETINGS
FROM
ZAYRE
MIAMI HOLLYWOOD FT. LAUDERDALE
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO EVERYONE
and OUR BEST WISHES FOR
A HAPPY CHANUKA
VIENNA & WILNO
KOSHER SAUSAGE CO.
Phone FR 1-6551
2181 N.W. 10th Avenue
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
si iifmih: IIAllIII:n shop
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A HAPPY CHANUKA to all our FRIENDS & PATRONS
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Holiday Greetings to the
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Chanuka Greetings to Our Friends and Customers
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Friday, December 9,
1966
BEST WISHES FOR A
A HAPPY CHANUKA
maule
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SERVING SOUTH FLORIDA
FOR OVER FOUR DECADES
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751-6631
TO ALL .GREETINGS
DADE PAPER & BAG CO.. IXC.
65 N.E. 23rd Street FR 9-5653
HAHKY CINIT, PretMMf
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
CARUSO ORNAMENTAL IRON WORKS
Srrving Miami far Over 30 Years
OtNAMENTAL IRON STAIR RAILINGS GATES PIPE RAIIING
2732 N.W. 34th STREET Ph. 634-6362
GREETINGS TO THE ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY
ROLFES OPTICAL DISPENSARY
2340 GALIANO 446-7793
ALAMO CATERERS
Food for Thought and God said.
Let there be Light, and there was Light: and the
Candlestick was of Pure Gold.
9715 N.E. 2nd AVE., Miami Shores PL 7-6031 PL 1-4835
Trudy M. Seaton Lee M. Seaton
if* A HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL ty
RUTH AND JACK POPICK
Mechanic's Uniform Service
2100 N.W. 1st AVENUE
Ph. FR 7-4631
HAPPY HOLIDAYS TO ALL
STEELMAN CATERERS
1009 S.W. 27th AVENUE Ph. 443-2826
GREETINGS TO ALL .
HATTON DRUG CO.
"It is our pleasure to serve you"
Dial 373-8644
2200 NW 2nd AVE. Miami
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
To All Our Friends and Patrons
W. !. FICHT
General Passenger Agent
SEABOARD RAILROAD
Major Events Since Last Chanuka
By BEN GALLOB
A regrettable shortage of reliable crystal balls
^ bedevils any and all efforts to identify the
most significant news events of any given period,
particularly the major events of Jewish life, a
most active sector of the world news scene.
If any such selection is to be meaningful, it
must distinguish between the headline-popping
but transient events and those likely to have en-
during impact on the future. But a quick review
of the immediate past with or without a crystal
ball is at least a reminder to the reader that
he has lived through a period which in due course
will enter the purview of the professional his-
torian.
Again, as for at least the past 18 years, the
two principal centers of Jewish news are the
world's two largest Jewish communities that
of the United States and of Israel.
American Jewry's Future
In the United States, the debate again waxes
hot over whether the American Jewish commun-
ity the most affluent, vigorous and secure Jewry
in history has a future. Louis Sternr a well-
known Jewish leader, told the 34th General As-
sembly of the Council of Jewish Federations and
Welfare Funds that those American Jews turning
hysterical about the "vanishing American Jew"
were usually those most distant from the realities
of participation in Jewish communal life. But Rab-
Paraguayan authorities are searching, so
far unsuccessfully, for vandals who recent-
ly smeared swastikas on a monument to
the 6,000,000 Nazi victims in the Jewish
cemetery of Asuncion, according to infor-
mation received by the World Jewish Con-
gress in New York. A number of Jewish
tombstones were also smeared, as shown
in the above picture.
bi Joachim Prinz, an equally astute participant-
observer, told a convention of the American Jew-
ish Congress, as its past president, that it
could no longer be said with certainty "that there
will always be a Judaism, that we are an eternal
people."
Similarly, a psychiatrist, Jacob Arlow has told
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*.knist> Fhridiair
a New York conference of rabbis, psychiatrists
and social workers convened to ponder the
problems of mixed marriages in the unprecedent-
ed^ open American society that if existing
trends in such marriages continued, the American
Jewish population would eventually disappear
But Philip Klutznick, lormer B'nai Briih pres-
ident, has told a Jc.vHh Welfare Board convention
that reports 0:1 the imminent uennse o: American
Jewish life we're simply nonsense. The debate
seemed certain to continue.
Among the activities of a far trom dwindling
American Jewry is a massive anu growing involve-
ment in the spreading war on poverty to which
the United uates Government was committing
more than one million doliars a year __ the first
sustained attack by any government on one of
humanity's most enduring social disca^s
Meeting the Challenge
For the Jewish community, steeped in a mil-
lenial history of effective action on behalf of the
aged, the infirm, the sick and the destitute, the
challenge is one to be met swiftly with all the
communal resources created during decades of
practical experience. In virtually every anti-poverty
program, at every level, elements of all of the
varied machinery of the Jewish community were
hard at work. Thousands of Jewish welfare and
communal specialists are active in the whole
range of anti-poverty programs and scores of Jew-
ish institutions and agencies are sites for anti-
poverty projects.
There is one area of Jewish concern for
the dispossessed in which, during the itsu, the
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Prof. M. C. Shelesnyak. head of the Bio-
dynamics Department of the Weizmann In-
stitute, teaches Japanese scientists Mr. and
Mrs. Tachi the latest scientific develop-
ments in birth control. Prof. Shelesnyak is
considered an expert in his field in Israel
today.
outstretched Jewish hand of help was rebuffed
and Jews became increasingly concerned about the
tone and significance of that rebuff. American
Jews have consistently aided the Negro in his
usually bitter and often deadly struggle for full
emancipation. Jews have provided the leadership
Continued on Page 10-C
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CHANUKA
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462 W. 84th Street, Hialeah
Ph. 821-4050
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633-9661
TUCHARD "DICK" BERENSON
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LAND PLANNERS ENGINEERS LAND SURVEYORS
SOIL MECHANICS
18800 NW 2nd Ave., Miami Phone 624-8471 or 927-2871
SEASONS GREETINGS .
PALMETTO HARDWARE & PLUMBING SUPPLY
8237 SW 124th STREET 235-9341
7334 RED ROAD 665-4231
Don Hitchcock. Owner
TO ALL .GREETINGS
MADER & COMPANY
Steamship Agency
P. & O. DOCKS PIER 1
DIAL 379-3401
TO ALL GREETINGS
JENKINS TRUCK BROKERAGE
Refrigerated Service from Coast to Coast
FRUITS VEGETABLES
ARTHUR JENKINS
1335 N.W. 23rd STREET
Phone 633-8436
Happy Chanuka to All Our Friends and Clients
.MAC'S I.AWV MOWER SERVICE
3631 W. FIAG11R STREET Ph. 443-4611
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Phone MO 1-5831
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DR. STANLEY WASMAN
1929 PURDY AVENUE JE 4-2156
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es
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Poster and Painted Bulletin Displays in
MIAMI
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Miami, Florida
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ELECTRIC CO., INC.
ELECTRIC CONTRACTORS
COMMERCIAL RESIDENTIAL
MAINTENANCE REPAIRS
Ph. 667-1688 5523 S.W. 8th ST.
A HAPPY HOLIDAY
CHUCK'S PAINT & BODY SHOP
Ph. 759-9741 223 N.E. 65th St., Miami
GREETINGS
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445-7841
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THE OLDEST JEWELERS IN FLORIDA
Quality Diamonds Since 1868, Greenleaf & Crosby ha
been famous for its outstanding collection of gem quality
diamoi ds in traditional and modern settings.
Major Events Since Last Chanuka
Continued from PaffB 9-C
in many Negro civil rights organizations and much
of their financial sinews. Two Jewish youths joined
the long list of civil rights martyrs to Southern
white racism, paying with their lives in Mississippi
for their commitment.
Yet clearly this is a time marked by growing
evidence of anti-Semitism among Negroes, par-
ticularly though by no means exclusively at
the Negro ghetto level. When Clifford Brown, edu-
cational director of the Mount Vemon. NY. chap-
ter of the Congress of Racial Equality, screamed
during a heated school board meeting on school
integration that "Hitler made one mistake when
he didn't kill enough of you," Jews inevitably
wondered for how many American Negroes this
educated middle class Negro had spoken.
Concern Continue*
CORE officials disavowed his remarks and he
resigned under pressure, but Jewish concerns were
not dispelled. Some Jewish leaders, like Dr. John
Slawson, executive vice president of the American
Jewish Committee, bluntly told Negro leaders that
anti-Semitism among Negroes is a fact, that it
had no more valid basis than the same pathology
among whites, and that the widening split be-
tween Jews and Negroes was bad for Jews, bad
for Negroes and bad for America.
Rabbi Arthur Lelyveld, in his presidential
address to fhe American Jewish Congress, has
spoken out on the issue with a warning thai inn.
dents of Negro anti-Semitism had evoked a "Jew-
ish backlash." He denounced suggestions from the
"new. isolationists jn Jewish life" that Jews should
therefore drop out of the battle for the civil
rights of American Negroes. The demand on Jews
"to remember the stranger and the oppressed,
he recalled, was "unconditional."
Another activity which occupies much if the
energies of American Jews is their cont.nuin"
pressure on Soviet leaders to alleviate the q0^
ernment-imposed difficulties on Soviet Jewry. Rv.
ports continued to emerge during the year of new
harassments on Jews in various Soviet cities while
evidence of Soviet moves in the direction if en-
abling Jews to revive their cultural and re gious
life were scanty and suspect, at best.
The pressures which American Jews mtin-
ue to bring to bear, both in mobilizing vorld
opinion and in prodding the Soviet leadership
is not, of course, exclusively an American effort!
Jews throughout the free world organized pr .tests,
collected signatures on petitions, and adopts rev-
olutions in all sorts of conventions and gath -inRs.
The Soviets indicated their sensitivity > the
unrelenting pressures in many ways. One ha.- been
a report distributed by Novosti. Soviet news ,>ency
whose news is strictly for foreign consui ition,
that sufficient matzoh had been baked last >jrin-
for all Russian Jews who wanted the unleavened
Best Wishes for a Happy Chanuka
Community Federal
Savings & Loan
Association
461 Hialeah Drive
Phone TU 7-5591
HAPPY HOLIDAYS TO THE
ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY
EDWARD RADUNS
SOUTHERN MORTGAGE
ASSOCIATES
1999 S.W. 27th AVENUE
445-1596
A HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL
SHAYNE OF MIAMI MXC.
2610 NW 5th AVENUE NE 4-9724
HENRY TAUBES MEL BRICKMAN
TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS
CY mom < i: COMPANY
WHOLESALE FRUIT & VEGETABLES
1200 NW. 22nd STREET Ph. 379-2796
HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL
VOMVORT inv.
793 West 18th St., Hialeah, Fla. TU 7-8000
H. DAVID SCHULMAN MILT POLLOCK
BISCAYNE AWNING & SHADE CO.
242 S.W. 5th STREET, MIAMI FR 3-6248
J. C. LA POINTE (Pres.)
Extends to All Happy Chanuka Greetiings
HAPPY CHANUKA and BEST WISHES TO ALL
C OKI It ll I MIIIM.
RALPH H. COKER (owner)
5845 S.W. 68th ST., MIAMI, FLA. MO 7-7579
To All Happy Holiday;
THE CHANDELIER
"Light Up Your Lif!
With Beauty"
Ladies Beauty Salon
Mary Woodall
Angela Petrozelle
12316 NW. 7th AVS
Ph. 685-1421
Greetings for a Moil
Happy Chanuka frc a
MR. and MRS.
DONALD FARBER
MR. and MRS.
MILTON RICHMOND
holiday greetin::
TO ALL
SAMjO
Sl'ORTSWEAR
MANUFACTURER
LADIES' SPORTSWEAR
375 N.W. 23rd STRE6'
Ph. 379-4612
GREETINGS
>IAIITII.V>
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Flowers tor All Occasions
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801 Arthur Godfrey Road
538-5523
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1435 Washington Avenue
WISH THEIR FRIENDS
AND CUSTOMERS
A HAPPY CHANUKA
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bread tor Passover. But information collected from
a-variety of sources later gave the lie to this report.
Soviet Duplicity
Another Soviet tactic was a display of willing-
ness in some Soviet embassies in Western coun-
tries to accept petitions of protest and then to
inform the protestors that all such charges were
slanders against the Soviet Union. In Mexico City,
the Soviet press attache even called a press con-
ferer.ee to deny such charges made by a group of
Mexican intellectuals.
Such tactics failed to impress many Western-
ers, .-.eluding such disparate critics as the British
Communist Party which appealed to the Soviet
Communist Party to wipe out "the last vestiges"
of anti-Semitism in the USSR and 69 United
States Senators, who last April signed a statement
pledging their "staunch support" to the American
Jewish community's protests to the Soviet Union.
There are numerous indications today of
the continued high regard of Ameriicans gen-
erally toward their Jewish neighbors. Some of
these indicators, such as the rash of "Jewish
mother" themes in books and advertising, could
only be described as vulgar, however basically-
friendly the motivation.
U.S. Policy
two major areas, the United Slates policy
tow.-d Israel totals up in the recent past to
one of ambivalence. On the positive side, the
Unfit d States announced in May it was selling
"tactical" military aircraft to Israel to prevent "a
seftonS arms imbalance" in the Middle East. This
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was an unmistakable reference to the unabated
flow of Soviet offensive arms pouring into Nasser's
belligerent Egypt and, to a lesser extent, into even
more bellicose Syria. The tactical aircraft are
Skyhawk jet bombers, an advanced weapon of
America's air arsenal. The transaction represented
the first sale to Israel by the United States of
offensive military planes, filling a gap in Israel's
military air capability and reminding Nasser that
Israel at last was getting a deterrent to the threat
of his Soviet-made bombers.
The United States policy on another signifi-
cant area of coopeiation was much less clear.
Soon after becoming President, Lyndon Johnson
appeared at a Wckuiann Institute dinner and an-
nounced plans for a joint United States-Israel ef-
fort to test the feasibility of harnessing nuclear
energy to the task of desalting seawater. The pro-
posal recognized Israel's extraordinary stature
for so small a nation in nuclear technology
and its need for new sources of life-giving water
for its arid wastelands.
Nuclear Proliferation
Joint American-Israeli committees went to
work on the project and the stage was reached
of preliminary plans and cost estimates. Then a
lag began to develop. Last March, reports began
to circulate that the United States, concerned
about the dangers of nuclear weapons prolifera-
tion, was trying to link its aid for the proposed
S200.000.000 nuclear desalting rjrojeet to an Israeli
commitment not to develop nuclear arms. Israel
officials repeatedly had said the nuclear plant
Continued on Page 12-C
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HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL
East Coast Fisheries, Inc.
360 West Flagler St.
Phone FR 3-5514
HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL
ATLANTIC PLASTIC & ENGRAVING COMPANY
A. V. HARRISON
2945 N.E; 2nd Avenue FR 1-3806
HAPPY HOLIDAY AND BEST WISHES TO ALL
CYPRESS FURNITURE INDUSTRIES, INC.
WILLIAM PASCO
790 NW. 72nd St. 757-0341
CHANUKA GREETINGS FROM
PEGGY'S BEAUTY SALON, IXC.
1637 Washington Ave. (at Lincoln Rd.) Miami Beach JE 81665
TO ALL HOLIDAY GREETINGS
PARKS AIR CONDITIONING SERVICE
2435 N.W. 7th COURT
Phone 634-6178
HAPPY HOLIDAY AND BEST WISHES TO ALL
Hurricane Printing Company
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur J. Stern
1561 SW. 8th St., Miami 4-6702
SEASON'S GREETINGS
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CIVIL AND CONSULTING
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622 S.W. 27th AVENUE
Phone HI 6-0836
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Ph. 945-4335
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DADE REMOVAL SERVICE
Serving the Mortuary Profession
2502 N.W. 103rd STREET
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TO ALL GREETINGS
BONACKER &
LEIGH, INC
Food Brokers
MEMBERS NATIONAL FOOD BIOKtIS ASSN.
"We Cover South Florida"
5959 N.W. 37th AVENUE
Miami, Fla.
BEST WISHES TO ALL FOR
A HAPPY CHANUKA
Florida Upholstery Supply Co.
814 N.E. First Avenue
Phones: FR 9-3431-2
TO ALL GREETINGS
JAMFS E. REARDON
VICE MAYOR
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
HAPPY HOLIDAYS
Mto\i0i:i> spray service
ROOFS PRESSURE CLEANED-GUARANTEED ROOF COATINGS
TILE-GRAVEL-SLATE ASBESTOS
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GREETINGS "ISAIAH" 53
COCONI'T GROVE
EMPLOYMENT AGENCY
DOMESTIC HELP
CABLES S.W. SECTION Mrs. Erma C. Greene (Owner)
Phone 444-1631
103 GRAND AVENUE COCONUT GROVE
Hours: 7:45 A.M. to 12 Noon 1 P.M. to 3 P.M.-Mon. thru Fri.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL
FRANK O. PRUITT
& SONS. INC.
-INSURANCE-
350 NE 15th STREET
Phone 377-0691
BEST WISHES FOR THE HOLIDAY SEASON
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f efJit i.n.W Briars for Sal* and Kepahi Dmy M Hi, hf A*r wfcer.
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ir A COMPLETE TRAVEL SERVICE *
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Major Events Since Last Chanuka
Continued from Page IK
at Dimona was being developed solely for peace-
ful purposes.
However, the fact that the Dimona plant
could produce plutonium, an essential component
of nuclear weapon output, continued to evoke
expert opinion that Israel could, if it wished, pro-
duce at least two small atomic bombs annually.
The view began growing that perhaps Israel should
look elsewhere for aid for the nuclear desalting
project and conversations were actually held with
British officials. Then the NBC television network
telecast a film report repeating the statement that
Israel could produce an atomic bomb in two years
and showing photographs of the Dimona reactor.
Tht Dimona Dilemma
Premier Eshkol accused Nasser, who had
broadcast threats of a preventive war against Is-
rael on the nuclear arms issue, of trying to divert
world attention from the dangers of existing
aggressive arms in the area provided so lib-
erally to the Arabs by the Soviet Union by talk-
ing wildly about nuclear weapons "which do not
exist in our region." At the same time, it was
reported that the United States had informed
Israelis that while it was satisfied with their as-
surances Israel had no plans to make such weap-
ons. United States financing of the nuclear de-
salting project hinged on an agreement to permit
regular inspection of the Dimona reactor.
The^ngx.t development was a loud outcry in
Israel over reports, published in New York, that
engineers of the U.S. Atomic Energy Commission
had inspected the Dimona reactor and had con-
cluded tentatively" that the plant was not pro
ducing nuclear weapons. The ensuing debate in
Israel's Parliament centered on whether the trips
by the engineers to the Dimona plant were 'visits"
or "inspections." Premier Eshkol temporarily si!
enced opposition party critics with an announce
ment that the trips were made at the Israel Gov
emment's invitation, that they were indeed "visits''
and therefoie did not infringe on Israel's so\
ereignty. There matters rested with the joint pr>>
ject completely, though presumably only temporar-
ily, stalled.
Israel sT.iggest domestic problem is a com
bination of mounting price inflation and growim
joblessness in which a rash of strikes operated ai
both cause and effect. Israel, which must export
to maintain a decent living standard, continued t)
struggle with a huge unfa\orable balance of inter
national trade, aggravated by rising costs in which
strike-eniineereti pay increases were undeniably
a factor.
A hard-nosed economic program, aimed at
linking wage increases to greater worker pr
ductivity, with special Government incentives t>
export firms and penalties for industries failing t>
The Holsum Bakers
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to the
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+Jmi$ti fhridHan
Patriarch of the Jewish labor movement in
America, Joseph Schlossberg, was feted
on the occasion of his 90th birthday at the
42nd annual convention of the National
Committee for Labor Israel in New York.
An active trade unionist for 75 yeais. he
was among the first Jewish labor leaders to
recognize the importance of Histadrut ir.
Israel. Left to right are Schlossberg; Jacob
S. Potofsky, president, Amalgamated Cloth-
ing Workers of America; Dr. Sol Stein,
national director, Israel Histadrut cam-
paign; and Yehoshua Levy, Histadrut
treasurer.
keep costs down and efficiency up, was prepared
by the Government. It immediately evoked hostile
cries trom Israel's labor panics. Whether Israeli
oehcateh-balanced coalition Government could
carry out such an austerity program without a
government crisis remained an unresolved issue.
Israel's Election
Israel held an election recently which
was notable mainly for the electorates rebuff to
former Premier David Ben Gurion's war against
his hand-picked successor, Premier Eshkol. Mr.
Ben-Gurions dissident Rafi Party fell far short
of the voting support its creators had hoped for
and the new Government Eshkol assembled dif-
fered little from the prior one.
This is also a time of significant travels by
Israeli leaders. Premier Eshkol made a seven-
nation tour of Africa, underlining the strong ties
Israel has built with the new African nations
through its disinterested programs of technical
aid. President Shazar wound up a triumphal tour
ot Sorth American countries and capped his jour-
ney with a visit to Washington where President
Johnson gave a dinner for the President and Mrs.
Shazar.
Israels relations with two other major powers
made news during the year. Soviet-Israel relations
remained ambiguous, though not because Israel
wanted it that way. The Soviets matched friendly
guestures with negative ones. Thus, last March,
Soviet envoy Dimitry Chuvakhin told a Tel Aviv
audience that the Soviet Union wanted solutions
of conflicts in the Middle East similar to that
Continued on Page 14-C
CHANUKA GREETINGS
from
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Ph. 885-3401
Miami, Fla.
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Not "Just Another" Eating Place
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Phone 374-4658
200 N.E. 2nd AVENUE
Open 24 Hours
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Happy Chanuka
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MO 1-4245
Compliments of
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6393 COLLINS AVE. MIAMI BEACH
UN 5-5786
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CHIEF OF POLICE
MIAMI. FLORIDA
Tc A!3 Out Friends and Patrons Most Happy Holidays
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573 N.W. 71st STREET
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The I [ialcuh
Miami Springs Rank
The North Hialcah Bank
r.n 4tthSt.,Hiilaah.FI*ri4a
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The Airport Bank
Miami IMafnation
k of Miami I
lAiraart^J
Members: F*daral Dapoait Inauranca Corporation
"A FrtMMry .lr
TO ALL HOLIDAY GREETINGS
TKSeOTT FMAPOR COVBRMXG
1439 ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEACH
Phone JE 8-3308
To Our Many Friends and Patrons .. Greetings
CLARK & LEWIS CO.
WHOLESALE GROCERS
5301 NW 37th AVE.
Phone 633-0116
GREETINGS TO ALL
WHITE CASTLE RESTAURANTS
1199 N.E. 163rd ST. at 12th AVE.
also at 2698 WEST FLAGLER at 27th AVE.
Holiday Greetings to the Entire Jewish Community
KING'S STANDARD SERVICE & GARAGE
5175 NW 17th AVE. 691-9813
HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL
Royal Kosher Meat Market
The Finest in Kosher Meats at Super Market Prices
5987 SW 8th Street Phone 667-3733
GREETINGS TO ALL
SUTTON OPTICAL SERVICE
810 LINCOLN LANE
Phone: 534-0539
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MARVIN PEHR
JOHN HANCOCK MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO.
1190 North Miami Beach Boulevard Phono 947-3461
GREETINGS TO ALL from
ARNOLD LEDERER
METROPOLITAN LIFE INSURANCE CO.
Office: 757-8521 9990 NE 2nd Avo. Res.: 624-4072
GREETINGS TO ALL
Clyde & Nick Barber Shop
"We Need Your Head to Run Our Business"
18340 N.W. 7th AVENUE (Next to Fredericks)
GREETINGS TO ALL JOHN PUSTIZZI
ALWAYS BETTER SERVICE PLUMBING
REPAIRS REMODELING CONTRACTS
980 N.W. 182nd Street Ph. 624-5579
668 N.E. 167th Street Ph. 947-6031
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
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Members New York and American Stock Exchanges
- and Principal Commodity Exchanges
446 Arthur Godfrey Rd., M.B. Ph. 532-8301
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
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James T. (Jim) Harbig, Dealer
2050 71st, NORMANDY ISLE PHONE 866-6370
*Jfettlsf thrfefiatv
Friday, December 9, 1
Major Events Since Last Chanuka *
Continued from Page 13-C
arranged at Tashkent, under Soviet sponsorship,
ending the Indian-Pakistan clash over Kashmir.
But when Israel took part, for the first time, in
an agricultural fair in Moscow, the Soviets told
the world about it, but suppressed all news in-
side the Soviet Union about the Israeli' presence.
Relations With Germany
Israels emotion-fraught ties with West Ger-
many chilled during the recent past. After months
of haggling. West Germany granted Israel a credit
of some $40,000,000 for 1966, in a general agree-
ment which provided for negotiations annually
for additional credits. Israelis indicated that the
credit fell well short of apparently legitimate ex-
pectations. A new dispute then developed when
Israel formally reaffirmed its support ot the
Oder-Nejsse line as the permanent boundary be-
tween Germany and postwar Poland, a delicate
issue in German politics. Dr. Rolf Pauls, Bonn's
first Ambassador to Israel, publicly criticized
Israel for that reaffirmation and, for good meas-
ure, added a complaint that Israelis did not
sufficiently appreciate West Germany's help.
Israelis reacted bitterly.
Israels relations with its Arab neighbors re-
main in a state marked by Arab verbal hos-
tility and recurrent border raids by commandoes
of El Fatah, the terrorist group, organized by the
Palestine Liberation Organization. After suffering
repeated incursions, Israel struck back twice
Home Issues Still Central in Israel
Continued from Page 7-C
cooperation between Rafi and Gahal, the parlia-
mentary union between Herut and the General
Zionists. Such cooperation was highly unlikely
as long as the now retired Herut leader Beigin.
the Commander of the terrorist'- Elzel army
during the British Mandate, was the chairman of
Gahal and his departure, therefore, should make
this development more palatable.
But the extent to which these things are -till
in flux was underscored by one of the leader- ot
the Independent Liberals (who split off. for the
second time, before the last elections from the
General Zionists). He speculated publicly thai
Beigin's departure may open the possibil.-; ol
cooperation between his party (which is part of
the government coalition) and Rafi and the Gen-
eral Zionists (who are in the Opposition).
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TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS
J.C.S. Engineering &
Development Corporation
"Established 1945"
Diemakers Equipment & Supplies Manufacturers
and Distributors of All Types of Springs Complete
Machine Shop Service & Commercial Heat Treating
211 WEST 22nd ST., HIALEAH
Phone 7911
HAPPY CHANUKA and BEST WISHES TO ALL
Go where the Experts ore .
Ziebart Auto-Truck Rustproofing Co.
Stop In Today or Call for Appointment
250 N.E. 61st St. 754-4271
GREETINGS
LITTLE RIVER LUMBER YARD
LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIAL
PAINTS AND HARDWARE
7737 N.E. 2nd AVENUE
Phone 759-2404
Happy Chanuka
To All My
Clients and Friends
Stan Froinari
.11; a-o.:7
UNITED AUTO RENTALS,
INC.
1613 Alton Road
Miami Beach
Mr. and Mrs.
Nathan Spiegelman
Mr. and Mrs.
Robert I. Spiegelman
Mr. and Mrs.
Max Spiegelman
Fred and Guy Gerste -
grandchildren Stephen,
Gary, Ronnie and Larry
wish their relative;
and friends
A Happy Chanuka
GREETINGS
VENETIAN NURSING I
CONVALESCENT HOME
for Ait rrpf CASES
1330 NE Bayshore Or.
Miami 379-76*9
PW04- PltW lR*oWW
NATHAN R. SPKTOI
Dincfrt
Happy Chanuka
To All Our Friends
and Clients from
MR. and MRS.
BENJAMIN ZINN
of the
LIGHTHOUSE APARTMENTS
4730 Pinetree Drive
Miami Beach
Ph. 538-1224
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
BAKER'S
CARPET, INC.
120 N.W. 25th St.
Ph. 635-0902
John A. Baker, President
Gra.lar Miami's Oldatt A larjaat
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liuWlWn^'IH IUR
Hay, December 9, 1966
vJewlsti ncriJiair
Page 15-B
mm OF THE VICTORY Of THE MACCABEES
haiiuka Celebrates New Temple
Continued from Pag* 2-C
\ nasty. He culminated his orgy
decreeing death for his wife
hd for her mother. The Has-
Joneans were wiped out
In between Mattathias' revolt
id the blood-bath of Herod,
ther things were happening in
ludea. The Hasmoneans, having
Jiumphed over the Syrians, did
n deed reestablish the Jewish re-
ligion. Soon, however, the Has-
loneans grew more ambitious.
They wanted to be a power in
(lie world. Some of their people
lohjected to the new policies,
[ihey insisted that the Jews re-
rfnain an isolated sect, minding
llheir own religion. The Judeans
|had gone on, logically, from re-
lligious freedom to political in-
dependence. They saw a new
i-.orld, in which new modes of
.unniunii-ation had been de-
veloped, and they wanted to play
role in that world. They
lharged the isolationists with
Ibscurantism. The isolationists
HAPPY CHANUKA
TO ALL
LARRY'S
Men's Wear
438 Arthur Godfrey Rd.
JE 8-5456
GREETINGS
ROBINSON
GALLERIES INC.
NEW LOCATION
627 So. Miami Avenue
MIAMI
Phone 374-5713
CHANUKA GREETINGS
From
It H IIA It II G.
DOYLE
Insurance
Agency
'211 S.W. 62nd AVE.
SO. MIAMI, 43
GREETINGS FROM
BILL JOHANNESBURG
KOMI
MOTORS
9201 N.W. 27th AVE.
Phone 696-4212
retorted with accusations to the
effect that the country's priestly
(and' economic) elite were flirt-
ing with death for the ancient
faith. Out of this sprang what
became the conflicting ideologies
of the Pharisees and the Sad-
'ducees. Spiritual isolation de-
manded political isolation. But
political worldliness did indeed
threaten assimilationism. The
clashes were complicated further
by greed and lust for personal
power developed by the descend-
ants of those idealistic Hasmon-
eans of the time of Mattathias.
Lesson for Us
Which was best for the
country and for its religion?
How can one compute the reck-
oning today? The historical facts
are clear. The interpretations and
the evaluations are hazy.
But, as we celebrate Chanuka,
it is worth recalling that the
heroism of Mattathias and the
bravery of his son Judas and the
joy over the miracle that oc-
curred during the reconsecration
of the Temple all of these
ended in tragedy less than a
century later.
That there is a lesson for us,
there is no doubt. Exactly what
the dimensions are of that les-
son this writer must leave to
you. Today we worry about as-
similationism through worldli-
ness and perpetuation of our
Jewish culture. Today some of
us fear theocracy and others
shudder at the thought of iso-
lationism. Today, there are still
Pharisees and Sadducees.
And some of us are content
merely to spin the dreidel and
pile the plate high with latkes
and toast and L'Chayem and
let the pundits worry.
I wouldn't advise you to bur-
den the kids with- all of this.
Chanuka is a happy festival. Let
it remain so. But like so many
things Jewish it has deep im-
plications also.
Here's to Mattathias of Modin.
He started something, indeed.
How it all ended that's an-
other story.
GREETINGS FROM
CY'S LIGHTING, INC.
514 & 516 WEST 28th ST. HI ALE AH, FLA.
DOROTHY and SIMONE GROSS
also CY'S DRY CLEANING & LAUNDRY
BEST WISHES TO ALL
ALBERTS CABINET SHOP
Custom Cabinets, Office Furniture & Mica Products
ALBERTO RODRIGUEZ, Owner
4750 EAST 10th COURT, HIALEAH TEl. 681-7901
CHANUKA GREETINGS TO ALL
OUR WONDERFUL CUSTOMERS & FRIENDS
ABBE VENETIAN BLIND, INC.
25 N.W. 19th STREET
Miami
Phone FR 9-9751
HOLIDAY GREETINGS from MR. CARLTON J. COMBS
of the
CARLTON VAULTS MNC.
3898 Shipping Ave., Coconut Grove
443-7446
TO ALL GREETINGS
Logue Brothers Paving Company
Road Building Driveways
"NO JOB TOO BIG OR TOO SMALL"
FOR SERVICE CALL 681-5471
14571 N.W. 25fh AVE. MIAMI, FLA.
COMPLIMENTS OF
RAY BOONE AIR CONDITIONING INC.
if INSTALLATION and SERVICE *
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~t Wide* tjor
MIAMI
The Heart of Fashion
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NORTHSIDE FT. LAUDEROALE DADELANO
.-
HAPPY CHfflWKA GREETINGS
. TO ALL FROM
AMERICAN SAVINGS &
LOAN ASSOCIATION
OF MIAMI BEACH
SHEPARD BROAD
Chairman of the Board
MORRIS N. BROAD
President
1655 WASHINGTON AVENUE
JE 2-5566
To All Holiday Greetings
JANE S. ROBERTS
DADE COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD
TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS
J. J. Brown
of
MADDUX & COMPANY
Real Estate Sales & Service
INDUSTRIAL-COMMERCIAL- FRANCHISE MOTELS
INGRAHAM BLDG. Ph. 377-0991
Alamo Caterers
FOOD FOR; THOUGHT 'and God said "Lei there
be Light, and there was Light. The Candlestick was
made of pure Gold.
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Trudy Seoton Lee M. Seaton
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
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STATION NO. 1-1065 Washington Ave. 538-4016
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ABC BUSINESS FORMS
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A HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL
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Talesrf Representatives few Motion Pictures t Television Commercials
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GREETtNGS TO ALL '
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Friday, December 9
1966
He has a safe deposit box, ample savings, is fully insured, and his estate is in good order.
But he is threatening his family's security.
He has not yet made his cemetery arrangements. Like other
important obligations, these arrangements must not be over-
looked. If left unattended, they could cause your family unneces-
sary emotional and financial strain. By planning ahead, these
arrangements can be made with a minimum of pressure. Prices
and services can be compared in a calm, rational manner. And
difficult decisions will not be left for the family to make when they
are least prepared, financially and emotionally. If you have not
yet made your cemetery arrangements, we urge you to do so now.
Your family is certain to benefit.
MIAMI'S MOST BEAUTIFUL EXCLUSIVELY JEWISH CSMITIRY
5S05 Northwest 3rd Street Phone MO 1-7693


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^Jewish Floridian
Miami, Florida. Friday, December 9. 1966
Mid-Ei Century Polish Men.....'> From the Hebrew Union College Collection
I*
JUDAH MACCABEE REPLACED THE GREEK THEFT FROM THE TEMPLE
C77ie CZltannfta CHANUKA menorot are proh-
ably the best-known and
most widely-used kind of cere-
monial objects. Lamps in shapes
similar to the seven-branched
Temple menorah. which Judah
Maccabee had placed in the Tem-
ple for the one stolen by the
Greeks, are found in innumer-
able Jewish households. Most
Jews believe that the present
general shape of the menorah
has been traditional since the
days of antiquity, but this is not
the case.
Because of the Talmudic pro-
scription, which forbade the
fashioning of any of the objects
which were part of the Temple,
Chanuka lamps in the periods
following the destruction of the
seeond Temple had quite a dif-
ferent shape.
During the Roman and By-
zantine periods, simple one-wick
clay oil lamps served as Chanuka
lamps. During the Middle Ages,
it became customary to fashion
a metal container for all lights
and to hang this metal bench
type lamp with a triangular back
and trefoil at its apex on the left
doorpost of the house. This form
of Chanuka lamp maintained it-
self with variations for many
centuries. Only from the 17th
century" on did it become a cus-
tom to fashion large Chanuka
lamps in shapes resembling the
seven-branched Temple meno-
rah. This type of Chanuka
menorah, of course, had two ad-
ditional light arms, and the Heb-
rew Union College Museum in
Cincinnati has a rich collection
of such menorot.
From mid-eighteenth-centurv
Poland comes this rare and un-
usual lamp of this type (shown
above), a Chanuka lamp which
once graced the home of a
wealthy Jew in Lemberg. Galicia.
and is now proudly displayed in
the Hebrew Union College Mu-
seum.
A hill alive with many varied
creatures hares, dogs, squir-
rels, and worms rests on two
joining silver bowls supported
by eight lion bodies. Out of this
whimsical hill rises a sturdy oak
tree whose boughs and branches
carry leaf-shaped holders for the
eight Chanuka candles. The
trunk >f the tree carries at its
very iop the servant light, which,
according to ancient usage, must
occupy a more elevated place
than the other lights. In the foli-
age itself a climbing boy is hid-
den. Most charming and delight-
ful is the bear climbing the
trunk of tr-? tree and anxiously
peering at the honey pot with
the buzzing bee in front, com-
pletely unaware that it is a trap
set by the waiting hunter, kneel-
ing behind the tree, with gun
aimed at the bear.
The East European peasant
motif of the bear and the honey-
must have given the children us-
ing this Chanuka lamp a great
deal of delight, for this menorah
is a truly remarkable com-
bination of the holy and the pro-
fane; the pietistic and the se-
cular. In a sense, it embodies
the very essence of the Jew's
historic experience his ability
to laugh in the context of solem-
nity.
Many other interesting objects
of Jewish ceremonial art are to
be found at the Hebrew Union
College Museum. Leon J. Ober-
mayer, of Philadelphia, is chair-
man of the Hebrew Union Col-
lege Museum Committee, and
Dr. Joseph Gutmann. of the fa-
culty of the College-Institute,
serves as curator of the museum.


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+Jml$t> FhridHain
Friday, December 9,
1966
f-
rovn
Ted S. Finkel
and
Gerald R. Falick
FINKEL & FALICK ASSOCIATES
PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATION
BEST WISHES FOR CHANUKA
C*r\fstctl 5055 COLLINS AVENUE
Miami Beach
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
WOOLWORTH'S
410 Lincoln
Road
Happy Chanuka to All
MOl.\ \K*S RESTACRAXT
OPEN 7 A.M. to 9 PM
451 -41st STREET, MIAMI BEACH
GREETINGS TO ALL
MURRAY ROOF COATING CO.
Custom Roof Coating and Exclusive Silicone Process
PHONE 759-6604 FOR FREE ESTIMATE
HOLIDAY GREETINGS frorr Philip Livedis ft John Haralambides
Golden Nugget Pancake House
5330 W. FLAGLER 2700 W. FLAGLER
13001 N.W. 7th AVE NO. MIAMI
CHANUKA GREETINGS
HILTON J. LANDRY REALTY. INC.
Managemert Broker for Veterans Ad-run-sh-anon
NEW OFFICE 8922 S.W. 24th St. Phone 221-4772
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
FLV.\.\S IMMi; RIBS
Spec alizing :r R'bs Chicken Steak Key Lime Pie
15295 S. DIXIE HIGHWAY
GU'TAR LESS jr Expert tors) $2.50 Half Hour
636 East 4th Ave Hialeah Phone 887-5642
L
Chanuka and the Pursuit of Peaci
By ETHEL L. LEVEY
rCH year since., U was pub-
lished and saorfly before
Chanuka. I reread "My Glorious
Brothers." Howard Fast's mar-
velous story of the Maccabees.
I do so because it has the faculty
of reminding me of ideas that I
am apt to forget as I forge my
way from kitchen to meeting to
lecture to bridge table or where-
ever.
Active concern for the pursuit
of peace has been part of Jewish
conception since the beginning
of our history. The great Rabbi
HUM among others pointed out
that 'loving peace and pursuing
peace, both near and far" must
be a daily goal for Jews. The
road to peace, you must have
noticed, however, continues to
be barricaded by the general mis-
behavior and orneriness of hu-
man beings.
The Maccabees for sure never
started out to be anything but a
peaceful family, minding their
own business. They ended up
fighting a twenty-year war. a full
scale war. with at least twelve
major battles and as nearly as
Continued on Pag* 10-D
Jewish books, records, silver mezuzot. Stars of David and
refreshments are among the Chanuka supplies sent to Jewish
military personnel in all parts of the globe through arrange
ments made for them by the Commission of Jewish Chap-
laincy of the National Jewish Welfare Board (JWB). The tra-
ditional observance of the Festival of Lights to be conducted
by Jewish chaplains will be all the more home-like because
of the hundreds of gifts which have been shipped to them, as
well as to patients in Veterans Administration hospitals.
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'Wui
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Friday, December 9, 1968
+Jewlst tk>rldUan
t
German
Jewish
Schools
By H*MAN LEVY *
FRANKFURT/MUNICH (INB)
Around 1933, there were some
130 Jewish public and private ele-
mentary, lower grade secondary
and high schools in Germany,
which were attended by 18,500
pupils.
In the course of the program
designed to exterminate the Jew-
ish population in Germany, all
these schools were closed and a
ban placed on them. It took more
than 30 years before the first Jew-
ish school could be set up again
in the Federal Republic of Ger-
many, a visible sign of progress in
\r the consolidation of Jewish life in
the Federal Republic.
Frankfurt on Main's Jewish
community was the first to re-
sume the old tradition of the
"Philanthropinum." The first
elementary school of a Jewish
post-war community was opened
on April 18, 1966 in the Main
metropolis. It consists of two
classrooms and a hall which
serves for sports purposes. The
school is accommodated in a
side-wing of the synagogue in
the Freiherr-vom Stein-Strasse.
For the time being, it consists
of two classes: one of 20 children
for the first school year and one
Continued on Page 11-D
Page 3-D
Alter lessons at the first elementary school for a Jewish post-
war community in the Federal Republic of Germany, Frank-
fort on Main, the children are led all together into the street
by their teachers, Frau Ruth Moritz and Fraulein Amalie
Berger. There are taxis waiting to drive the children, who
come from all over Frankfort. (IN-Bild)
V
0
Cordial
Best Wishes
for the
Holiday
Season
FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY
MlUHO BUiLO FLORIDA
BEST WISHES TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
MISHAEL INCORPORATED
Manufacturer of Fine Office Furniture,
Store Fixtures and Architectural Woodwork
175 West 24th Street, Hialeah
888-4262
CHANUKA GREETINGS
THE SECOND NATIONAL BANK
OF NORTH MIAMI
BISCAYNE BLVD. at 118th ST., NORTH MIAMI 757-8411
/Member federal Deposit Insurance Corp. federal Reserve System
CHANUKA GREETINGS TO ALL
PYMS-SUCHMAN REAL ESTATE CO.
9265 S. DIXIE HWY. Ph. MO 7-6461
Specializing in Acreage, Homes, Business Property in So. Dade
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
4 IIAICHI T CHEMICAL CO.
916 5th Street, Miami Beach Phone 531-3309
CHANUKA GREETINGS
SEARLE & MORRIS INSURANCE, INC.
Alt FORMS OF INSURANCE
113 ALMERIA AVENUE C0RAI GABLES
Phone 443-2553
HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL
Tartak-ft OPA-LOCKA DRUGS
400 Opa-locka Blvd. Phone Ml) 1-3122
Greetings
ARCO NOTIONS & TRIMMING COMPANY
Trimming for All Manufacturing Trade
Complete line for Department, Variety and Fabric Stores WHOLESALE
2661 N.W. 5th AVENUE Ph. 634-8412
MANUFACTURERS
HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL
BOOK HORIZONS
South Campus Location Ph. 665-6161
1110 SO. DIXIE HIGHWAY (at Main Entrance of U. of Miami)
North Campus Location Ph. 681-0418
110th STREET and 27th AVE. (opposite MDJC Stadium)
To All Those Of The Jewish Faith
In Our Community We Extend
Our Sincere Good Wishes for Chanuka
MIAMI LINCOLN MERCURY
largest Dealer Smallest Prices
8101 N.W. 7th AVENUE PHONE: 757-8464
HAPPY CHANUKA GREETINGS TO ALL
DEPENDABLE PRINTING OFFSET CORP.
7701 N.W. 36th STREET Ph. 696-4651


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ft
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Ph. 633-1551
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P.S. Personal Service
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA
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16S7 MERIDIAN AVENUE. MIAMI BEACH
Max and Leonard Bobuck, Owners
A HAPPY CHANUKA
FROM
Oliver Manor
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1255 N.E. 135th ST., N. MIAMI
PHONE 751-9791
BEST WiSHES to all for a happy CHANUKA
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540 N.W. 26th STREET Ph. NE 3-9854
HARRY NISSEL. President
HAPPY HOLIDAY TO ALL
BEVERAGE CANNERS, INC.
4401 E. 11th AVE., HI ALE AH MU 8-8672
I. J. Wollowick R. Wollowiclc
mmmm outlined in nm publication
French Jewish Condition Changes
By Special Report
French Jewry, under the im-
petus of widespread immigration
from North Africa, has undergone
a transformation during the past
10 years that has made it the
fourth largest Jewish community
in the world. In the process, what
was a community tending toward
assimilation has become more
aware of Judaism and Jewish tra-
dition than at any time in its re-
cent history.
The dimensions of this trans-
formation, in which the French
Jewish community has grown
from a post-World War II popula-
tion of 150,000 to more than 500,-
000, are outlined in a report just
issued by the American Jewish
Committee's European office, di-
rected by Zachariah Shuster.
With it has appeared
64-page guide to Hie Jewish com-
munities of France, prepared by
the Community Service, 'which
AJC set up in 1958 in coopera-
tion with the Angle Jewish Asso-
ciation of Britain and the French
Alliance Israelite Universelle to
help spur a sense of Jewish
identity mor\g Europe's surviv-
ing J
The report and the booklet were
submitted at a recent meeting of
the national executive board of the
American Jewish Committee, the
human relations agency's top
policy-making board, by Richard
Maass. chairman of its Foreign Re-
lations Committee.
The influx of emigres from
North Africa has resulted in a
dramatic change in the composi-
tion of France's Jewish com-
munity. Where once it was pre-
dominantly European (Ashkenasi),
it has become at least 50 per cent
North African Sephardic, the lat-
ter being more Orthodox in out-
look.
Nonetheless, the report pointed
out, the North African Jews have
been integrating well into French
Jewish life, for several reasons:
They speak the same language
French and many of the
emigres have been educated in
French schools.
e They have had business ties
with metropolitan France in the
past.
A large number of the emigres
are well-educated, coming from up-
per socio-economic levels, and arc
marrying native French Jews.
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fashions in elegance
CREATORS OF FINE SPORTSWEAR FOR WOMEN
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distributed internationally
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CHANUKA GREETINGS
ABERBACHS
Miami Beach's Only Complete Photo 8 Art Supplier
Ph. JE 2-2716 466 Arthur Godfrey Road
Miami Beach 40, Florida
Groveland Products Company. Inc.
Extends Greetings of the Season to Its Friends and Potions
600 N.W. 10th STREET Telephone FR 3-6332
BEST WISHES for a
HAPPY HOLIDAY
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7800 NW 37th AVENUE
Miami, Florida
BEST WISHES for a HAPPY CHANUKA
Service First Insurance Agency
2497 N.W. 7th AVE. 635-7507
Mr. Jim tevtniM
BEST WISHES FOR THE HOLIDAYS
MIAMI PLAYWEAR
MFG. CO.. INC.
4619 EAST 10th AVENUE
Hialeah
Phone MU 1-2051
LAVIGNE ELECTRIC CO.
Established in 192<
INDUSTRIAL COMMERCIAL RESIDENTIAL
3640 NW 48th STREET Miami, R. NE 4^591
While there are also prob.
Urns of national integration _
amen*; thorn an .cote housing
shortage and competition (or
jabs In general the French
population as a whole and its
government art roportod to hay*
boon gonorous and helpful i0.
ward both *he Jewish and non-
Jewish emigres.
This has been accompanied by
increased attention focused on
French Jews, the report added,
pointing as illustration to the sit-
uation in French cultural areas.
For example, the most prestige-
laden of the French literary priies,
the Goncourt, on three recent oc-
casions has gone to Jewish authors
writing on Jewish subjects. Almost
any book on Israel chalks up ex-
cellent sales.
Further, events like the Eich-
maun trial, the dispute around the
Hochhuth play, "The Deputy," and
the Vatican Council's deliberations
on the so-called "'Jewish decree"
were subjects of considerable dis-
cussion in France. Such general in-
terest is reflected in everyday
events as well, with leading French
newspapers treating Jewish com
munity news as general news
A HAPPY
CHANUKA
ALLSTATE
CARPET SERVICE. INC.
371-7604
1036 No. Miami Avenue
Miami. Florida
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
I
from
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604 LINCOLN ROAD
ELI LINIADO
HAPPY CHANUKA
TO ALL from
Mr. t Mrs. Sum Zucci
of
SAM'S
PICTURE FRAMING
13030 N.W. 7m AVE.
681-5211
A Happy Chanuka to All
S. Z. BENNETT, M.A.I.
I EMM. AppfMMf C*!iulti>t
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Phone 3711639
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
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Friday, December 9, 1966

an old practice in the United
itajtes _hu) ;'ao0thing new 1n
France: *
The AJC report points out that
the--infusion -uf North African
emigres" iWVthe'rttlfch*U#irth
fabric Iras Sffectert nstttfe fKnvh
Jewry ae Vtoltvifi the -past. *h per
\ awoeness-'ffnd* *ppea 1-ef Freflth
culture. emphasized by the na-
tional' homogeneity of the French
edntatimiai system, often went
harrd in- hand with a loss of Jew
ish knowledge and the withdrawal
from Jewish tradition. Today,
though, the entire French Jewish
community native as well as those
recently arrived, is reaffirming its
Jcwishness.
Soma indication of the growth
of Jewish communal agencies is
indicated in the new Community
Service booklet which describes
in detail all known Jewish com-
munities, in France, listing
where available such services as
a ^ Jewish religious organizations,
' I "* schools, cultural organizations,
youth clubs,' residence for youth,
social services, medical service,
canteens, synagogues, and prin-
cipal Jewish newpapers and
periodicals.

A previous issue of the guide, is-
sued in 1961, found 23 towns in
the Park region where some form
of Jewish activity existed, much of
it desultory. Today the same area
lists 44 active Jewish communities.
And where in 1961 the French pro-
vinces excluding Alsace-Lor-
raine, which has remained rela-
tively stable listed 70 Jewish
communities of which 37 had a
rabbi or cantor, today these pro-
vinces include 91 Jewish com-
munities, of which 54 have a rabbi
or cantor.
More than half of France's 500,
000 Jews, the booklet states, reside
in Paris and its suburbs. Other
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JEWISH COMMUNITIES IN FRANCE. 1966
CwwBiWMiilMinttMrttfjiumtfwi, IfWISH POPUtAIION
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large communities are: Marseilles.
65,000: Lyon, 20,000; Toulouse. 18,-
000; Nice, 16,000; Stratsbourg, 12,-
000.
Following these are 17 com-
munities with more than 1,000
Jews: Bordeaux, 5,000; Grenoble,
4.000; Metz. 3,500; Nancy, 3.000;
Lille, 2,500; Montpellier, 2.000;
Toulon, 2,000; Villeurbanne, 1,800;
Aixen-Province, 1,500; Avignon,
1,400; Cannes; BeLtort. 1.300;
Nimes, 1,200; St-Fons/Venissieux.
1,206; Colmar, 1,000; Dijon, 1,000;
Rouen, 1,000. (These figures are all
approximations.)
*
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HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL OUR CUSTOMERS
FROM
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513 LINCOLN ROAD MALL, MIAMI BEACH
Ph. 538-4244
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* Jem all ncrk/iar
Friday, December 9, 1966
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CHANUKA GREETINGS TO ALL
WEST INDIES FRUIT COMPANY
1301 S.W. 1st STREET
Phone 371-8473
TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS
CARL'S DRIVE-IN TELEVISION
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1 GLEN ROYAL PARKWAY (22nd & Flagler)
Phone 634-8402
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8020 NE 4th AVENUE PL 8-4537
A HAPPY CHANUKA
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280 WEST 24th- STREET HIALEAH
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Klein Ttt 7-8833
TOIN & TOBIN
Insurance Agency, Inc.
JACK TOBIN LEONARD TOBIN
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CE 5-7441
The Intellectual's Happy Exercise
^^^ By HOWARD AMES
A RE you tired of the cliches surrounding us on
such subjects as "Who's a Jew?" the "Van-
ishing Jew," "Is God Dead?" "The Jew and Ecu-
menicity," etc., etc., ad nauseum? I am too. This
year, during the holidays, I'm going to escape from
all that by returning for the period to my home
town.
Let me tell you about my home town. It's a
city of 300,000-plus population, where the Jews
have numbered about 20,000 give or take a
minyan fpr fifty years or so. Last year, I visited
the home town hereafter referred to as H.T.
because one of my brothers, the only one of eight
born there, still lives in HT. A couple of days
after my arrival prior to the holidays, I went
about a tour of the places I knew and loved
as a kid.
Mora Nostalgia
First I was shocked. Not one of those places
was recognizable. My late father's little old syna-
gogue, where the most zealous group of hassidim
worshiped, was, true, still there. It had stayed on
through all the years, at its original locale now
a solid Negro neighborhood. Its president was
still Ls this year a wealthy industrialist who is
the grandson of one of the original founders.
There may be more nostalgia there today than
hassidism; but the shul is still functioning, even
though many of its leading baal habatim. unlike
their grandparents, come to worship in fancj cars
which they park around the corner before walking
solemnly a block or two to services.
But not another of the old landmarks wag
found on my tour. Beth Uainudio.-h Hagodol, the
fanciest Orthodox shul in our section of the city
is now in the suburbs. The old Yiddish school
run by the Poale Zion. is gone. The YM-YWHA
is now an integrated community center. Even the
Reform temple has moved, and the beautiful syna-
gogue built in our town by what was the "Now"
denomination in my youth, the Conservatives _
had been turned into a movie house. It was dis-
concerting, to say the least
Population Changes
My brother, however, started driving me
around. I found every one of these institutions
functioning. They were in different locations
but they were far from dead.
H.T. had not grown in overall population
any more than the Jewish sectors had grown in
number in many years, but the character of the
population had altered. About three-quarters of
the Jewish neighborhoods that I knew as I was
growing up in H.T. were now areas occupied by
Negroes. Some of the areas wore slums, but not
all. I found the house in which I had been born
turned now. int) an Abyssinian church. There were
three or four new, handsome homes on the -Heel,
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Friday. December 9, 1966
V
still shaded by maples that were saplings when I
was a boy.
Quantitatively, there are as many Jews in H T
as there used to be. But qualitatively, it seemed
to me, the Jewish community was livelier, more
dynamic, even more unified than it had been in
my youth when the Orthodox of East European
stock did not speak to and were not spoken to
by the German descended Reform, whjle both
sides laughed at the nouveau riche Conservatives.
The Zionists are more active today than they
ever were. Fund-raising for Jewish eauses is on a
much higher level now than it ever was and
much more .lucrative. Jewish cultural activities
are much richer. As for Jewish education the
old Talmud Torah is now an integrated nursery
school, but the enrollment in the Jewish schools
around town had multiplied roughly tenfold since
I had studied at the old Talmud Torah.
Vanishing? Far from it.
No Fancy Ttrms
I started checking on some of my old school-
mates. Several of them are rabbis one Orthodox,
one Conservative, three Reform. Only one lives
and leads in H.T., but the others, scattered around
the country, arc better Jews now than they were
when, as kids, they played hookey from their
fathers' synagogues, even during the High Holv
Days.
Who's a Jew? The grandsons and the^grand-
daughters are.
Ecumenicity? We didn't know that fancy term
then. But I still recall that the building housing
my own father's ha.ssidic shul had been sold to his
Jenis it rkuridrian
Edward M. M. Warburg (left), retiring chair-
man of the Joint Distribution Committee,
congratulates his successor, Louis Broido,
who was elected chairman at the 51st an-
nual meeting of JDC in New York. Broido
ing the outgoing Hebrew Year 5726. Broido
is Commissioner of the Department of Com-
merce and Industrial Development of New
York City.
congregation by the minister of a Lutheran church
for exactly one dollar.
If God is dead He is very much alive in
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+Jeisli ftcrktian
Friday. December 9, 1966
Chanuka Means Many
Things to Suburbanite
By BEN G. FRANK
WE5TFIELD, N.J. To the
more than 800 Jewish fam-
ilies in this suburban town
only a 40 minute drive from New
York City Chanuka means
many things.
Like thousands of Jewish fam-
ilies throughout the United
States and Canada, Chanuka in
this suburban town means light-
ing candles; giving the children
gilts; holding parties with de-
licious latkes; special meetings
and events; Temple services and
programs, decorative menorahs
in their windows.
And like hundreds of other
small towns and suburban areas
where Jews have recently settled,
new institutions and ways of cele-
brating this holiday on a com-
munity level are still being ex-
plored.
Out of Proportion
Moreover, this Jewish commun-
ity again like other commun-
ities at Chanuka-time also re-
acts to Christmas celebrations.
Herbert Ross, past president of
the B'nai B'rith lodge here, and
active in the Jewish community
in the area, put it this way:
"Chanuka has grown out of pro-
portion to what it really is, a
minor Jewish festival. Today it is
celebrated here as a major Jew-
ish holiday because it seems to
be a reaction to Christmas cele-
brations."
Chanuka, as we said, is cele-
brated in many ways here. The
Young Judaea group, for in-
stance, besides its Chanuka
meeting, will travel to New York
City to join with other Judaeans
in a program for Soviet Jewry
and Human Rights. After all,
they say, Chanuka stands for
freedom and independence, too.
David Berg, national president
of Young Judaea, said that most
of the Christian student body
knows it's Chanuka for the Jewish
boys and girls. "When they give
a gift to a Jewish youth, they
say they're giving a 'Chanuka'
gift." said David, who lives
here.
For the Kids
At Chanuka-time, much, of
course, is done for the kids. Ross
said that "a lot of what is done
is to satisfy and help the chil-
dren."
There will be parties and ex-
planations of Chanuka at the
Hebrew school and Temple
Emanu-El makes a special point
of sending home with each child
a box of Chanuka candles. It is
a pretty good bet that most Jew-
ish families in Westfield light
these candles, many with the
idea that they're doing it for the
youngsters.
Chanuka is tied in with other
community events, too. For in-
stance, the children of the Tem-
ple's Hebrew School will place
mezzuzoth on the doors of the
rooms of the new addition to the
building. After all, said Rabbi
Charles Kroloff of Temple
Emanu-El. Chanuka means "dedi-
Continued on Pao, 14-D
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from
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Friday, December 9. 1966
> Ifnisti ncrSdlain
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++.
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MIAMI BEACH
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Page 9-D
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Page 10-D
Khwlsti fhrki/ain
Friday. December 3. 1966
May the Happiness of
This Festive Season
of
CHAN U KA
"The Feast of Candles"
Gladden the Hearts of All Jewry

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Phone 446-9330
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5111 S.W 8th Street, Miami, Florida 444-7301
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L-
Chanuka and the Pursuit of Peace
Continued from Page 2-D
can be determined, some three
hundred and forty-four minor
sorties. Would you call that the
pursuit of peace?
Guerilla Warfare
And what a war! It was a war
filled with "firsts" at least for
Judea. It may have been the first
time that a Jewish family ap-
peared as a unit to do battle.
And what kind of battle? The
first Greek phalanxes advancing
on right and left flanks, the first
catapults must have taught them
a fearful lesson and the first
Syrian mercenaries caught them
agonizingly unready. But, led by
his Maccabees, it took the Judean
only a few days to learn the use
of another first guerilla war-
fare.
"A rhythm of motion," Howard
Fast calls it. Allowing the enemy
neither pause nor rest, they
moved quickly, attacking the
rear, dispensing with armor and
breastplate, using the small
weapons of their youth, cutting,
ambushing, disappearing, hit and
run, attack and seek cover,
struggle and survive, until the
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whole of Judea was aroused and
the name of Mattathias and his
sons lit up the horizon.
The other "first" is the reason
they fought. This was, we are
told, the first recorded war for
religious freedom. Many nations
rose and fell in battles for what-
ever freedom it was they wanted
at the time, but none up to that
moment as far as we know, went
to war to preserve their religious
freedom. For most subjugated
people, staying alive was an
"idee fixe." If they preferred to
remain in one piece by accept-
ing the gods of their conquerors
with some faint hope of a "spit-
in-your-face*' tomorrow, who
could blame them? For Jews to
fight a long, enervating, bloody
war of resistance for an abstrac-
tion like religious freedom was
not only unreasonable and futile,
it was, in the eyes of the Greeks,
at least, downright silly. But the
Jews fought for freedom to do
and think about their God as
they wished and it turned out to
be quite a war. It brought the
people of Judea all the sorrow
and the horror, the witless de-
struction and pestilence that
come with war but at its bitter
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from
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Food Service Equipment
6640 N.E. 4th COURT
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end the Greeks no longer looked
upon a Jew of Judea as a simple
scholar of the Book who would
rather die reading it than de-
fending his right to read it.
Man's Technocracy
So we know why the Jews
fought. What about the Greeks?
Even by the measuring standards
of the second century BCE the
show must have cost them a
fantastic figure in men. drach-
mas and time, to say nothing of
the interruption of trade routes.
However, let's not write the
Greeks off as stupid; the knew
what they were doing. It v as that
abstraction again. A war fought
by dedicated, committee fana-
tics for religious freedom the
Greeks couldn't let that continue.
The whole concept of trecdom
that little Judea was supporting
was a notion that could not be
allowed to survive for one single
moment in the Greek m >."ld or
in Greek thought. Judea wasn't
fighting only for its own free-
dom, but for the right of ill peo-
ples to be free and to i.ve ex-
pression to that freedom, and
fighting with a ferocity a-.d ex-
altation that gave the whole
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Friday. December 9, 1966
terrible war the dimensions of a
morality play staged in the
amphitheatre of heaven.
These days, ideas sometimes
tend to become obscured by the
fog oi man's technocracy. I won-
*Jefvisti meridian
Page 1.1-D
dcr what would happen if a
Maccabee or two appeared on
the scene tomorrow. Would we
rally round them? Or would we
call them beatniks and arrest
them as trouble makers? I think
I know how we woujd react. We
would ask them to appear as part
of a panel for the next organiza-
tional meeting. Subject for dis-
cussion: Freedom. Is it Worth
Fighting For?
Jewish Schools in Germany Today
Continued from Pag* 3-D
pof 10 children for the second. As
ps the case everywhere in the fed-
eral province of Hesse, the chil-
[dren have 18 hours of lessons a
I week in their first school year and
| 22 hours in their second year.
In addition to this, there are
rthree hours of instruction in the
I Hebrew language. Although chil-
id re a of other denominations can
be accepted for the school, it was
* created principally to enable Jew-
, ish children to receive religious
j instruction, which is not a prac-
tical proposition in other schools
I because of the extremely small
[number of Jewish children in each
[individual school.
In the new Jewish elementary
[school, which is for the time be-
ing only intended for the first four
I years of schooling, the children
[learn "he Hebrew language. The
[schoo: is financed by the Frank-
fort Jewish community. The teach-
ing standard corresponds to that
of other elementary schools so
that, if they should wish to, the
pupils can transfer at any time to
other schools. The elementary
school is run by a Christian teach-
er, Frau Ruth Moritz, who was
released from other duties by the
provincial government expressly
for this post. The other teacher is
Fraulcin Burger, who came from
Israel to take up the appointment.
At the opening of the school,
the rabbi for the province of
Hesse, Dr. I. E. Lichtigfeld, said
that the school was an experi-
ment. "We do not want a lot of
fuss. The school is a delicate
seedling which still has to be
nurtured."
As in the former Frankfort Phil-
anthropinum, Christian and Jew-
ish children arc being taught to-
gether in the new Jewish elemen-
tary school for it, too, is in-
tended as a bridge between the
religious denominations.
The success of the Frankfort
Jewish school encouraged the
Munich Jewish community to set
up a Jewish elementary school,
too. The ceremonial opening took
place on Sept. 4. with a parents'
evening. The new school opened
its doors for the boys and girls
on Sept. 6. It is situated in the
I'rinzregentenstrasse in a building
which is the property of the Mun-
ich Jewish community. The school
is run by Frau Ocsterreich. as-
sisted by other qualified teaching
staff. Twenty four children have
so far been enrolled for the first
class.
For the present, it is the two
biggesl post-war Jewish commun-
ities in the Federal Republic of
Germany which have reactivated
the tradition of Jewish schools.
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|T seefns to HH^wrifeVtfta^uhbut
twenty-five hundred years ago
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jor regression, a traumatic shock
resulting in a near total memory
loss. The amnesia that has ensued
since, with only vague instances
of partial recovery, remains for
the most part uninterrupted.
Since then, due to an increasing
reliance on the unwritten word,
events seem, if not clear, at least
sequentially logical. But the cycle
prior to this last one seems bur-
ied in a sea of unconsciousness
almost too murky and severe for
any hope of recovery- It is the sea
in which Leviathan sleeps. One of
his fins apparently twitched re-
cently, and admittedly the Dead
Sea Scrolls did float and bubble
to the top. This however is no in-
dication that he really means to
stir. Much less than he means to
awake.
Minus that lost body of mem-
ory the Jew, at best, is like an
amputee. At best he feels the
presence of an unremitting ab-
sence. This is what accounts for
the Jew's perennial bad con-
science. He is only half his
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image. It accounts for that con-
sist^qt-Jopk.of? deprivation.- a leek
even tma.muscular Sabras haven^t
quite managed te erase. It ac-
counts for his continual discom-
fort, because something should
be there, and what should be
there is not.
Chanuka is an excellent ex-
ample of that amnesia.
Day of Abomination
And what do we know of
Chanuka? We know it as the
Feast of Lights, as the annual
dedication of the Sanctuary. We
know it falls on the twenty-fifth
day of Kislev, corresponding to
the first day of the winter sol-
stice. We know it as the day of
sweeping from the Temple the
licentious Greek soldiery- We
know it as a day the observance
of the rituals was no longer held
a capital offense, and a day when
scrolls of the law were no longer
destroyed upon discovery.
We know it as a day of the
miraculous lights and as the day
of the seven sons who would not
scrape before a tyrant, and also
as the day when the bearded im-
age of the Olympian Jove was
removed from the altar of the
Temple, and the Temple was
rUansM^hafluWwe know. wV
"celebrite both as Victory and Di-
feat. Defeat, "in that on that da\
the Temple was scourged, and
Victory, in that on thaUday three
years later, the temple was re
stored.
But what do we know of Cha
nuka itself, the torgoiten original
Chanuka? What can we know of
it? We haven't even the faintest
notion of what the Sanctuary was
. the very sanctuary before
which the original lights of Cha
nuka were made to burn. There
are some scholastic clues. But
these hinder, not help, as the\
are considered under the very
nationalisms that make the Sane
tuary an unknowable, rational
isms that are the symptoms ol
the amnesia itself. In fact, so
far gone is that amnesia that we
haven't even the sensation of
what the Sanctuary might have
been. Not only have we lost the
"knowing," but what is worse,
perhaps we have even lost the
legitimacy of ever again possess
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negligible institutions in the bow
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stretch toward that knowledge.
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but these, too, are of only the
fuzziest scope.
Th Real Meanings
Chanukas real meaning is con-
sequently withheld from us. Not
only don't we know the Sanctu-
ary, but we don't know, the
Lights. Not only don't we know
the Lights, but we don't know
the Candelabra. Who indeed
knows the Candelabra that held
the flames of that first Feast of
Lights, lit first by Aaron? Which
of us can conceive the meaning
of the four fires, the white and
the red fire, the green fire and
the black fire through which vi-
sion Moses conceived the struc-
ture of that Candelabra? Do we
know what the fourfould division
is or the meaning of the se-
quence of its colors or what the
colors themselves signify? Are
the four fires correspondent to
the four letters of the unpro-
nounceable name? Are they cor-
respondent to the four rivers that
went forth from Paradise? Are
they the four- consecrated ani-
mals? Are they the four arch
angels, Michael, Gabriel, Uriel
and Raphael? Are they the four
worlds through which the Tree
of Life branches, Atziluth, Briah,
Yetzirah and, finally, Assiah?
Talmudic Legtnd
Is there any connection be-
tween these four and the sub-
sequent Talmudic legend of the
four who entered the Garden,
the Pardess, the Rabbis Ben Azai,
Ben Zoma, Elisha Ben Avuyah
and Akiba? For the most part
we assign such matters to the
convenient burial place.of leg-
end. We put "them In a book.
We dispose of them as imper-
ceptible fables, as primitive al-
legorizations solely of aesthetic
or imaginary import Poeticisms
we call them, segments of a de-
funct anthropology, but we ac-
*Jenisti fhridKan
Page 13-D
credit our unease to the natural
unfamiliarity that comes from
the presumed stretches of ma-
terial time that have elapsed be-
tween that THEN and this NOW.
If these are our excuses, then
obviously Greek Reason has had
the victory and the Temple is
still in its abomination. If it
weren't we should remember.
Chanuk. Dreidel
What, in the beginning, caused
this forgetting and initiated this
cessation of comprehensions, is
of course now impossible even to
surmise. Since Adam and Eve
there seems to have been a con-
tinual series of these memory
lapses. The Loss of Paradise was
ostensibly the first in this series.
Babel and the Flood were of
course the beginning and end of
a similar amnesia attack. Those
who like such matters for specu-
lation concur that the last of this
series of dimunitions occurred at
the destruction of the Temple
and the consequent Exile, when
the Shechina withdrew its pres-
ence, and in replacement left our
minds with a clouded and inferi-
or order of knowing, an order of
knowing, dull and crass.
Since that transposition we
have learned to trace satellites
but the source of the four fires
we cannot trace.
But hope there is. If trees can
be made to sprout through the
desert, and Ben-Gurion can evade
grenades, which require only
simple acts of magic, then, with
a bit more practice we might
finally avail ourselves of the
Isaiahic visions we were prom-
ised. Mass shock therapy may
prove prerequisite to such an
event, if it is to undo our present
state of coma. Evidence abounds
that the shock might be all too
imminent. At least there is
rumor to that effect in the dailv
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press. Judging from the cold
fires by which the cold war is
being waged, one might wisely
plan for it in the very nearest
of immediacies. Difficult it is
of course knowing whether to
look forward to that event with
utter trepidation or with utter
thankfulness. There is an oral
tradition that the emotion sus-
tained at that ultimate moment
may have much to do with the
immediate condition following it,
in whatever world.
However, the Shechina may in
fact return any midnight, espe-
cially as the Shechina and the
Moon are often identified as par-
tially coterminous, and as it is
to the Moon that our projective
fancies now lead. Then will our
Chanuka dreidels spin in a total-
ly anti-gravitational space, and
its celebration now, is not there-
fore the worst of ambitions.
There is always the possibility
that THERE the meaning of the
four fires, plus several hundred
thousand more items like them,
may become clear again. And
who knows who may greet us
at her gate? There is also a
tradition that her gates, like the
openings in the body, are nine
in number, since the Moon is
Yesod or Foundation, and also
representative of the bodily Cor-
pus. At any rate, extraordinary
things seem always to be hap-
cning in its light.
If we are very lucky, and if
the demons can no longer contain
themselves at their governmental
games, we may attend that
celebration there in our own
generation. The transition may
come via a multitude of possi-
bilities. An illuminating bolt, in
the mushrooming proportions
of the phallus, may be the ve-
hicle of transport. A simultan-
eous bolt on Israel and New
York may assure the Jews abso-
lute prior passage. The planet
thereafter may decimate as a
result, but then, on the other
hand, think of how good our
chances of learning the original
meaning of Chanuka will be.
They will be better than at any
time since Sinai was lifted over
our mutual heads and our utter
destruction threatened at a
stroke.
As for the get-away ship, by
which the going will be gone ...
measly Sputnik and her succes-
sors notwithstanding ... let us
say this: for those who want the
information, who want the tech-
niques to build it, so as to prop-
erly connect Adamah and Lev-
anah, let them go to Safed. There
are books there, somewhere, in
which the information is down
to the last ahair.
At any rate rid yourself of
your worldly worries. They are
due entirely to those foul fetid
Greek logistics. Cleanse the Tem-
ple in your brain and prepare
for visions. And in doing so, may
this be the happiest Chanuka
you've had.
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Friday, December 9. 1966
View of Chanuka for Suburbanite
Continued from Page 8-D
cation and this is a significant
time to dedicate our new quar-
ters."
In middle class 'Colonial"
Westfield, which is considered
the bedroom of New York City
because it is so close and so
residential, it is not hard to
locate a Jewish house. Most of
the Christian homes are deco-
rated with lights and scenes that
make the eye marvel at what
man can do with the electric
bulb. In some areas of town, the
single Jewish house on the street
stands out.
Mrs. Herbert Seidel, a leader
of Hadassah here, doesn't put an
electric menorah in the window,
but some Jewish families do.
The Seidels, who live in next-
door Mountainside. N.J., usually
invite another neighborhood Jew-
ish family to their home. The
two families light the candles;
give the children gifts and serve
holiday delicacies. She said their
celebrations' give them all pride
and strength within the atnio-
sphere of a Jewish home.
All the groups in town hold
Chanuka parties and Hadassah
has some interesting one. They
might present a "Yemenite Chan-
uka"' program or "Chanuka
Songs." with records, of course.
Family Services
At Temple Emanu-El, which is
the only synagogue in town and
vhich is Reform with traditional
leanings, there will be Chanuka
family services on Friday night.
And this year the children will
perform with songs they learned
in their junior choir
B'nai 11 nth again will hold a
Chanuka party. In the past this
group has held parties for their
members and children and in the
last few years has increased the
Jewish content of the program.
Some of the parties of course
may be a little too social in na-
ture. But some place along the
line, the rabbi and other Jewish
community leaders somehow try
to get across the spiritual mes-
sage of Chanuka: "In celebrating
Chanuka," said Rabbi Kroloff,
"we celebrate the courage of the
Maccabees who refused to violate
their Jewish faith, who refused
to act as pagans and at the same
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He'll go over the Chanuka bless-
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and an approach for the Jew to
behave during the season, and of
course he stresses the meaning
of Chanuka.
Not Entirely Committed
Westfield, with a total popula-
tion of more than 30.000, is not
the most-committed nor is it the
least-committed Jewish commun-
ity for a suburban town. And
there mav be Jews in town who
have Christmas trees in their
homes. Interestingly, everyone
assumes there are Jews who have
trees in their homes but nobody
knows anyone who docs.
And like some other commun-
ities, the Westfield Jewish Corn-,
munity always has a reaction to
the Christmas celebrations in the
public schools. Westfield High
School, for instance, has a Christ-
mas pageant which is "very re-
ligious in nature"
Thus, Westfield Jewry pre-
pares for Chanuka. The activities
are many. And though you don't
hear the words, "Jewish sur-
vival," it becomes evident that
this community like others be-
lieves that in the suburbs you
have to celebrate a holiday to
its fullest.
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BY HENRY LEONARD
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Cop/. 1966, Da.enu PfodbCfient
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUITCOURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, IN CHANCERY
No. 66C12712
NOTICE OF SUIT
the VYILLIAMSBURUH
SAVINGS BANK
Plaintiff,
V*
JOHN .I I .a FONTAINE, (I ux.
Defendants.
TO: .I'llin .1. LaFontaine and
Bonnie LaFontaine, his wife,
I 1 IT .lanis Avenue
Akron, Ohio
v. hi are hereby notified thai the
above captloned notion has been to*
stRuted against you in the Circuit
Court of ih.- Eleventh Judicial Cir-
cuit of Florida In and for Dade Coun-
ty to foreclose a mortgage upon the
following described real property:
l.oi IS Block .VI CORAL PARK
ESTATES SECTION .".. according
to the Plal thereof, recorded In
Plat Book 88 Page 94 of the Pub-
lie Records of Dado County. Flor-
ida.
You are required to file a respon-
sive pleading to the plaintiff-, com-
plain) with the Clerk of the aforesaid
court, and serve u copy thereof upon
plaintiff* attorney. MARTIN KINK,
I >ad.' Fednral ItUikMng, Miami. Flor-
i soth, I 966, .i i ieai '- Pro Con
ill be ntered against you
DATED November -< I960,
. i: II LEATHERMAN
Clerk ol the Circuit Court
Bj C P. col'ELAXD
1'eputy Cli rk
UARTTN KINK
Dade Ked< ral Building
Miami. Florida, 33181 12/2-9-16-23
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notified and re-
ally claims and
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 71953-B
' In RE: Estate of
TOSSIE MAE LAWRENCE
B k/a MAXINE LAWRENCE
B k/a MRS. JOHN C. LAWRENCE
I i eased,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All i Iredltora and All Pi
Having Claims or Demands Against
I Said Estate:
"ou art- hereby
quired to present
I demands which you may nave against
the estate of TOSSIE MAP, law-
RENOE a/k a MAXINE LA WRENCH
! a k/a MRS. JOHN i LAWRENCE
deceased late of Dad.- County. Flor-
ida, to the County Judges of Dade
County, and file the name in dupli-
cate an.i as provided In Section 738.18,
Florin.i Statutes, in their offices In
the County t'onrthiiusf in Dade
County, Florida, within six calendar
months from the time of the firs!
Publication hereof, or th.- sail., will
b barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, tin :'jth
(Uy ol November, A.I> 1966)
HARRY H. SMITH
As Administrator
First publication of thin notice on
tfte 2nd da> of D.-vmber, 1S66.
SAMl El. S. SMITH
Attorney tor Administrator
?> Ian, oil. Road
j_________________________12/2-9-18-33
tr* THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AMD FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLOfWDA, IN PROBATE:
No. 72895
n RK Batata ol
INK/. G lUCHMANN.
Dec... .i.
NOTICE- TO CREDITORS
To Ail Creditors .mil All Persons
' I lav mi: Claims or Demands Against
bai.l Estate:
. Ybu arc hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and
demands which jou may have against
the estate of INEZ (J. KICH.MANN
Bee eased late of Dade County, Flor-
ida, to the County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same in dupli-
cate and as provided in Section 733.16.
1 i.n Ida Statutes, in their offices in
the County Courthouse In Dade
County, Florida, within six calendar
months from the time of the first
publication hereof, or the same will
l,e barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 30th
day of .November, A.D. 1964.
J CASPER (1KYER
As Executor
First publication of this notice on
the 2nd day of December, 196ti.
MANUEL I.UBEL
Attorney for Kxecutor
101 East Flagler Street
12/2-9-16-23
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious italic
of MR. "K" at I6SJ Michigan Avenue,
Miami Beach, Florida, Intends t<> reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of
th.- circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida
EVELINE K ennard. I
tSOTTH VRDT, CHRISTIE A
SHEPA HII
Attorneys for Eveline Kennard,
Owner
11/211 i- .
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
No. 7SMM-B
In RE: Estate of
PAUL GROW,
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons
Having Claims or Demaade Against
Said Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and
demands whleh- you- roaiy have against
the estate, of PAUL GROW, deceased
late of IXade County. Florida, to the
County Judges of Dade County, and
file the same In duplicate and as pro-
vided in Section 733.16. Florla Stat-
utes, in their offices in the County
Courthouse, in Ihtdo County. Florida,
within six calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof,
or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 23rd
day of November, A.D. 1966
JOSH RBPHUN
As Executor
First publication of this notice on
the Snd dav of December, 1966
JOSH RKI'HIIN
Attorney for Executor
1370 Washington Avenue p ._,,_,,._,
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA,- IN PROBATE
No. 72885-B
In RE ftetati ol
EDITH SEARLE T< >KST.\D,
. EDITH S, TOK8TAO
i', < < asi d.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Pi
Having Claims or Demands: Against
Said Bsl ite
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and
demands .vhnr. you may have against
th. -., of EDITH SEARLE TOK-
STAI>, a k/a EDITH 8, T< K-
d UUo j Ml I 'ouiit..-, Flor-
ida, to, the county Judge*. Dads
County, and file the same in
cate and, as provided ,u Seotlon
Florid* statute*. In theii
the iviuaty Courtnouse ,a Dade
CoJiity, >1ortda. within six calendar
months frois 'i..- lime oi tli>- first
publication hereof or the same
he bai .
Dal d al Miami, Florida, this L5tl
day of November, A.D. I98(
SANFORD .- PAUNCE
As Executor
FAUNCE, FINK & PORMAN
Attorneys for Executoi
IjOJ Congress Building, Miami. Pla.
.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 6SC12235.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
MARIA ELENA Itos de OONEALEZ,
Plaintiff,
Vs
ANDRES ALBERTO GONZALEZ,
lief em
TO: ANDRES ALBERTO GONZALEZ
Calle 8 #."60 (altos) entre 21 y 2.",
Vedado, Habana
CUBA
YOU \i:i; HEREBY notified that
a Com plaint for Divorce has been
filed agalnel you, and you are here-
bj r. <|ilir.-d to s.-rve a copy of your
answer to the Complaint on the Plain-
tiff's attorney, LESTER ROGERS,
wl..... address is KM N.w. nth Street,
Miami. Florida, and file the original
of the Answer In the office of the
Clerk of the Eleventh Judicial Cir-
cuit in and for Had. County. Flor-
ida, on or before the 2Srd dav of
December, IM6, In default of which
the cm.piaint win be tali a> on-
fesai d by von.
DATED this 14th day of N
bed, 1966,
I-: B LEATHERMAN
Clerk of the Cumuli Com t
By K M I.Y.MAN
Deput) Clerk
11/18-2" 12 2-8
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 66C 12016 (Schulz)
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY
FOR CHANGE OF NAME
IN RE PBTITKTN "Pi
RICHARD '. LAN KWATCHEB
Notici Is hereb ven that RICH-
ARD ai.an K WATCHER, vhose
11 Id.....- 1440 Normandy
privet Man: .av.li. Florida, intends
to appli to one ot ihe Judges of the
Eleventh Judicial f'ircult, In And For
hade County, Florida, at his office
iMhoasc. al 9 10
c, do, k A M on th* !'ith day of
Deoember soon then-after
as he may be.heard, for an Order
changing his name from uichaiui
ALAN KWATCrotR to RICHARD
AI.AN COItBIN.
DATED: At Miaini, I 'nde County,
Florida, this 9th day of November
I960
EDWARD WALTERMAN
Attorney for Petitioner
van Blscayne BuUdlng
19 W. Flagler Street
Miami. Florida 33130
11/18-25 '
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
No. 71751-C
in RE: Estate of
ILVRRY HKLFORD
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons
Having Claims or Demands Against
snd Estate:
You are her*"by notified and re-
quired to present any claims and
demands which you may have against
the estate of HARRY BEDFORD, de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
to the County Judges of Dado Coun-
ty, and file the same In duplicate and
as provided in Section 73:'.. 16, Flor-
la Statutes, In their offices in the
County Courthouse in Dade (bounty,
Florida, within six calendar months
from the time of the first publication
hereof, or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 11th
day of November, A.D. 1966.
CHARLOTTE FURMAN
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
the 18th day of. November, 1966.
HARRY ZUKBRNtOK
Attorney for Executrix
430 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach
ll/W-25 12/2-9
NOTICE UNDEFt
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious names
of STATE PROTECTION SERVICE;
INTER- AMERICAN BUSINESS
S.OBNCY, at 100 S. Blscayne Blvd ,
First National Bank of Miami Hide..
Miami. Fla. 33131, intends to register
-ai l names with the clerk of the
circuit Court of Dade County. Floc-
ida.
.ii >HN \". ADAMS
MARVIN I, LE8BNE
Attorney for AppU
SOS Bit I illdlng
\-2 2-9-16-23
GELB
MONUMENTS INC.
Open Every Doy Clottd Sabbath
140 SW 57th Ave. MO 1-8583
Miami's Only Strictly J*'lh
monument Dealer
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NoncR is m rbb> im :n i
in bui ":""'
. .-. PROPER riES
n, Mian
Florid reglstei said name
Ciri in Curt of

y, INC Floi Ida Corpor il
: -
1-, 2-8
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
th ii- der !. desiring to encage
under the Mctltioui
\-ri.E OF I'.iltAI.
G VBLES al I Douglas Road, Coral
Intends to r
said name with the Clerk of the dr-
ill Cnurl of Daile County, Florida.
FRANKS-GEORGE, INC .
a Fi irida corporation,
By: KENNETH FRANKS
As President
ALLEN KORNBLUM
\ for Applicants
:. Flagler Street, Miami, Fla.
c 25 12 --t'-18
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring fo engage
ti business under the fictitious name
Of HARRY J, DELL ASSOCIATES
al 3665 N.W, 7th Si-,.1. Miami, Flor-
ida :::',U',. Im.....I- to register said
name with the Cli k of Ihe circuit
Court of 11 County, Florida.
FOREIGN M VRKKT SERVICES,
INC
Bs H \RRY I DELL
WILLIAM I LDWORN
An, i ni s for
Foreign Market Services, Inc.
n 'is--::, i!
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, IN CHANCERY
No. 66C12138
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
MARY LAWS' 'N,
Plaintiff.
vs.
JOHN c LAWSON,
Defendant
TO: JOHN C. I.AWSON
Residence Unknown
Yi.C ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Complaint for Divorce has
been filed acainst you and you are
required to file your answer thereto
with the Clerk of this Court and
serve a copy upon Plaintiffs Attor-
ney, MAX P, E3NGEL, 1700 N W 7th
Street, Miami, Florida on or before
the 20th day of December, 1966, Ifle
a Decree Pro Confesso will be en-
tered against you.
Dated this 10th day of Nov. n her.
1966.
E. B. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By K. M. LYMAN
Deputy Clerk
ENCKL AND POLLACK
Attorneys for Plaintiff
1700 N.W. 7th Street
Miami, Florida
By MAX P. ENOEL
1V1*-2C '- ""
IN THE COUNTY JUDOE'S COURT
IN- AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
No. 72983C
In RE: Estate of
MINNIE PARKASH
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons
Having Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and
demands which vou may have, against
the estate of MINN IK FA RK A SI I
,1......i-.-d la!.- of Dade County. Flor-
ida, to the County Judges of Datdc
County, and file the sain, in dupli-
ind as provided In Section 7:t::.16.
Statutes. In th.-ir offices In
the C house In J Mule < 'onn -
i\. Florid i. within v calei dai
month- the time of tt,.- flrsi
.....r 11" same ill
i- barred i
Dated il I .real Nee*! N Y thU
l'.iih da) ol Nc .ml" i. \ I 1968,
MILTON SHKRR
\- \,i.....isirntor
i publication of this nl Ii or
the 2nd dai of i lecember. Il
SMITH a M vM >LER
i Inistrntor
107 Lit K
il
8/2-9
NOTICE OF SUIT
OR
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 66C12689
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
CH VRLOTTE W VSKERMAN,
::tiff.
VS
HARRY WASSERMAN,
1'. f.-ndant.
TO: HARRY WASSERMAN
1 138 (loldl r. c .
M:i) fi. id II. Ights, Ohio
YOU, HARRY WASHERMAN, are
hi : bj notified that a Hill of I
plaint fir Divor a has been I Ii I
against you, and you are required to
serve a cpy l your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Bill of Complaint on Plain-
tiffs attorn.;.- CAIDIN, ROTHEN-
BERO, LELCHI'K & SUSSMAN, 805
Blscayne Building, Miami. Florida,
and file the original Answer or Pli ad
inn in the office of the Clerk of the
court on or before the 30tii
day of December, 1H66. if you fall to
do so. jlldinn-lit by default v\ ill h
tak.-n against you for the relief de-
manded In the Hill of Complaint.
DONE and ORDERED at Miami
Florida, this :>.ri day of Novemoi i
1966.
E. P. LEATHERMAN
Clerk. Circuit Court
Dadi County, Florida
(Seal) Bi K M. LYMAN
Deputy Clerk
c; :'-
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTCE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictions names
of DKSTEX DRY-CLKANKR. DKS-
TEX SHAMPOO, DKSTEX
MOTH-KIIJ.ER & DRY CLEANER.
at 7540 N.W. 2L'nd Ave., Miami. Flor
Ida. Intends to register said names
with the Clerk of the circuit Court
of Dade County. Florida.
ROBERT CABTORO
11/2." IS 2-9-16
NOTrCE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN CHANCERY
No. 6SC12508
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
JOSE LOPEZ-TRIOO
Plaintiff.
CARMENLOPEZ-TRIOO
Defendant
To: CARMEN LOPEZ-TRIOO
S12E 97 street Apt. 4F
Reiro Park. New fork
YOU ARE HEREBY N'i iTIFIKD
that a-BIH of Complaint for Divorce
has been filed against you and you
ore required t<> fil-- an Answer or
Plead rag with the Clerk of this Court
and to serve -< oopy on jack L.
KING. Attorn.i for Plaintiff, Suite
215. ii"." S.W l St. Miami. Florida,
on or before the 30th day of I h
h.-r, I960 or a default s!it;i be
tered Rgainsl vou
Tins Ni' I'h 'i: -'i ill' i
on.e each wei nsecul ve
weeks In Th- Ji
Di >NE and Ilaml,
Dade County, F |
ol No> ember,
i: i: I. N
i'.. i k :' the Circuit
Dade County, Ploi Ida
B) K M LYMAN
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