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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
February 3, 1967

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

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
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Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
February 3, 1967

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

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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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University of Florida
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"dfewish. Flraidian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 40 Number 5
Miami. Florida. Friday, February 3. 1967
Two Sections Price 20<
U AHC Chief Raps Rights Slow Down
THIRD SiSSION SCHEDULtP (IF)
UN Fears Break
In Border Talks;
Radio Threatens
UNITED NATIONS (JTA)
Pears were expressed by diplo-
mats here Monday thai Secretary-
General I Thant's efforts to bring
tranquility to the Syrian-Israeli
borders through his summons of
an extraordinary session of the
dormant Israeli-Syrian Mixed Arm-
istice Commission may fall far
short o! the hoped-for results
The Ci mmission has held two
meetings thus far. last Wednes-
day and Sunday a third session
has beei sei for Thursday by LI
I Bull, chief of staff of
the UN Truce Supervision Organ
bat ion who originallj urged Mr.
Than) to summon such s parley.
Gen Hull sei the next meetinj
held mi the Syrian side of
the frontier -- after Syria had
failed at Sunday's meeting to make
am practical proposal regarding
farm land cultivation in the demil-
itarized zone between the two
countries.
Continued on Page 10-A
More Segregation Now
Than Ten Years Ago.
Says Rabbi Eisendrath
By Special Report
SACRAMENTO. Calif. Rabbi 'NOT ALL BAD'
PAGE 16 A
DR. MAURfCF EtStNDRATH
things worse today
Syria Denies Parley
Must Mean Cease-Fire
JERUSALEM (JTA) The
Syrian Radio denied this week in
a broadcast an official United Na
tions report that Syria had agreed
with Israel to "respect and observe
the cease-fire 'between the two
countries
The UN report was issued b) a
spokesman for the United Nations
Truce Supervision Organization af-
ARRESTS ARE MADE
Bank of Israel Taking
Over 2 Old Institutions
TEL AVIV (JTA) The Bank
lof Israel announced this week that
lit had taken over the management
lof two privately-owned Israeli fin
lancial institutions. Bank Feucht-
|v.anger and Bank EUern. both of
vhich have beep under a single
lanagement since Feuchtwanger
look over Ellern recently. The
lank of Israel, a state institution.
innounced it had taken over all
Khe obligations of the two smaller
|banks. domestic and foreign.
The two banks, founded in the
|3n's during the beginning of the
influx of German Jewish immigra-
tion into Israel, have total assets
of I 200.000.000 (S6ti.660.000). of
which I130.000.000 (over $43-
| 000.000) is in foreign currency. All
of the foreign currency held by
tlif two hanks is on deposit in the
bank of Israel, thus being fully-
guaranteed. The banks conduct 5.1
percent of Israel's banking.
A spokesman for the Bank of
Israel stated that a routine check
of the conduct of the two banks
had disclosed that "some of the
shareholders of Bank Feucht-
wanger received exaggerated
credit, either in cash or through
bank guarantees, thus endanger-
ing the financial position of both
banks."
For that reason, the state bank
stated, a new management has
been appointed for both banks and
the spokesman said that the Bank
of Israel is backing "all liabilities,
thus no one will suffer.'' It was
Continued on Page 7-A
ter Israel and Syria had concluded
a meeting of the Israeli-Syrian
Mixed Armistice Commission
which lasted more than five hours
at a Syrian customs house not far
from B'not Yaacov, Israel. While
that meeting was under way. Syr-
ian authorities refused to provide
details about the session to news
men. declaring that any Syrian
statement would be broadcast over
Radio Damascus.
Later Radio Damascus said it
did not recognize the UN spokes-
man's statement or the commu-
nique issued after the ISMAC
session by Lt. Gen. Odd Bull,
chief of staff of the UN truce
body. The Syrian radio spokes-
man charged that Israel "had
tried to bring up the Palestine
question as a whole, presenting
general and unspecific proposals
which Syria regards as inconsis-
tent with the purpose of the
meeting."
Syria, said the broadcaster, tried
to "expose Israel's aggression to
preserve rights of Syrian farmers
to plow their land in the demili-
tarized zone in a calm atmo-
sphere.'' Damascus, he stated,
would not "guarantee the security
of the Zionist criminals."
Israel's delegation was headed
by Moshe Sasson. director of the
Foreign Ministry's armistice af-
fairs division. It included Ambas
sador Yosef Tekoah. a former arm
istice affairs chief, who is now
Continued on Page 8-A
Maurice N. F.isendrath. president
of the Union of American Hebrew
Congregations, termed the condi-
tion of the American Negro eco-
nomically and socially relatively
worse today than it was ten years
ago.
Addressing the banquet session
of the Northern California Council
at the El Rancho Hotel, the leader
of American Reform Judaism told
the assembled laymen and rabbis
that white people in this nation
must, therefore, assume a "sympa- j
thetic attitude" towards the plight
of the Negro and the "blank wall
of despair which rises before him.''
Rabbi Eisendrath called for
drastic congressional economic
programs, and accelerated per-
sonal commitment and involve-
ment on the grass-roots level on
the part of everyone. He sharply
criticized "those who would join
the backlashes and bigots."
In his keynote speech. Dr. EiSi
endrath asked "How would we re
act if we were black and we real
ized that, despite the revolution in
civil rights, the actual economic
position of the Negro is worse to-
day than it was 10 years ago."
He said "despite the most lib-
eral Congress in American history,
despite landmark legislation and
Continued on Page 9-A
Von Thadden
Is Identified
As a Fascist
By Special Report
Adolf von Thadden. deputy
chairman of the West Gen
National Democratic Party NOP
who was reportedly scheduled to
visit New York Wednesday, was
identified by a World Jewish I
gress leader as a participant in in-
ternational fascist conference
activil ies,
Dr Max Nussbaum, chairman of
the American Section of the \\ '
said in New York that von Thad
den had attended a conference of
Fascist leaders in Venice in 19t>2
and had signed a "European Pro
tocol" creating a "National Euro
pean Party.''
Other signatories had been Os-
wald Mosley, head of the Fascist
British Union Movement; Jean
Continued on Page 11-A
German Youth Oppose
Stuttgart Rightist Rally
STUTTGART (JTA) Lord
Mayor Arnold Kleft. of Stuttgart,
said this week that the hundreds
of German youth who broke up a
National Democratic Party rally in
Stuttgart had "acted in the right
manner and in a politically con
scious way."
The Mayor has led a fight of
Stuttgart city officials to bar use
of the city's public facilities to the
BUT MAINTAIN TIES TO COMMUNITIES ABROAD
Ireland's Jews Marked Anniversary
By Special Report
Though it numbers just over
4.000 Ireland's Jewish community
maintains Strong ties with .lewis
in othei parts of the world, accord
ing to a report received by the
World Jewish Congress in Niw
York on the structure and activ
ities of Irish Jewry The commun-
i<\ Is directly affiliated with the
WJC through its central body, the
Jewish Representative Council of
Ireland.
The report states that the com-
munity about 4.0(H) iii Dublin
and 53 in Cork baa jus! com
pleted a year of celebrations mark
Ing the 5()th anniversary of the
1916 uprising thai led to the birth
of the Republic of Ireland.
The Representative Council
was responsible for a central
service in the Adelaide Road
Synagogue in Dublin at which
the president and the prime min-
ister were officially represented.
There were services in all other
synagogues and special events
for children from the Jewish
schools.
During 1986, the communitj
learned with gratification" that
Rabbi Dr. Immanuel Jakobovits, a
former Chut Rabbi of Ireland, had
been appointed chief Rabbi oi the
British Commonwealth.
But the joy of the Independence
celebrations and the happiness at
the appointment of Rabbi Jakobo
vits wire marred by a disastrous
fire in the Tereiuire Synagogue
.Most of the interior of the build
ing including the seals, fittings
Continued on Page 10-A
extremist NDP. The city originally
refused to rent its hall to the NDP
but was forced to do so by an
administrative court order obtain-
ed by the party
The Mayor, in praising the ac-
tion of the youthful foes of the
party, said "it is impossible to
talk with these people, the mem-
bers of the NDP, and it is use-
less to talk to them." He added
that Stuttgart would not change
its stand of opposition to the
party, despite the court decision
which forced the city to rent its
hall, and would continue to seek
to prevent NDP meelir.gs in
Stuttgart.
The Mayor warned thai the city
could no longer guarantee the
safetj Of propei l> involved in NDP
public activities
West German Refugee Minister,
Kai I we Hassel, the formei
fense Minister, warned in a spee h
i-i o\ < r estimating the NDP
He said thai the expressed views
of th" part) were "confus
showing no clear aims He d<
ed the NDP supporters as
Continued on Page 3-A


tnqe 2-A
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Friday, February 3, 1967
Federation to Honor Lipton
For Civic Service
LABOR ZIONISTS GATHER PAGE 6-A
RABBIS PROCLAIM CJA SABBATH PAGE 6-A
TWO MORE CHAIRMEN NAMED PAGE 8-A
tures Chel Huntley. NBC eommen- tempting to raise 11,676,767
the needs of over 50 local, i
Ibined Jewish Appeal is at- al, and overseas agencies
Conva lessees nt
MIAMI'S NEWEST
MOST MODERN
HOME m _-a ^*&
JOSEPH M. UPTON
Katzenbach Gets
Top ADL Medal
By Special Report
Under Secretary of Sta:. Nich-
deB. Katzenbach received
he 1967 America's Democratic
legacy Award, presented annually
\v the Anti-Defamation League of
3'nai B'rith for distinguished con-
libutions to the enrichment of i
ur democratic heritage."
In making the announcement.
Dore Senary, national chairman of |
ihe League, said the award, which
nas gone to four Presidents of the i
United States, was presented'
"o Katzenbach in recognition of,
"his dynamic, skillful and inspired
contributions to the cause of civil I
rights during his tenure as At-
torney General of the United |
States."
The presentation was made
i New York on Sunday at the Wal-
ter! Astoria Hotel at a dinner
Joseph M. Lipton. president of
the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion, will be honored for over 30
years of dedicated service to the
Miami Jewish community at the
inaugural dinner launching the
Combined Jewish Appeal campaign
on Sunday evening. Feb. 12. at
the Deauville Hotel.
Lipton. a leading figure in the
Miami business and civic commu-
nity, is now fulfilling his second
year as president of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation. In 1961,
he served as chairman of the CJA
campaign, and had previously
served as campaign vice chairman.
Ha worked in the Savings and
Loan and Finance Divisions in
the Initial Gifts Divisions, and
in every important facet of tha
CJA campaign and the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation. Lipton
has been a member of the board
of governors and Federation's
executive committee since its
inception.
He was a member of the seventh
Jewish Appeal Study Mission to
Rome and Israel in 1960.
Beth Am Brotherhood Meet
j
Meeting of the Brotherhood of,
Temple Beth Am will be held on
Monday evening in the music
room, according to Macey Schaf-
fer, president.
He now serves on the board of
directors of the Joint Distribution!
Committee, and is a member of the
United Jewish Appeal s national
campaign cabinet
As one of the founders of Dade
Federal Savings and Loan Asso-
ciation, Lipton has guided that in-
stitution in continuous and sue
cessful owth .1 used in Mi
ami in 1925.
la i960, i : '"
receive the coveted Silver Medal-
lion Brotherhood Vward of the
National Conference of Christians
and Jews.
He is a past president of Tem-
ple Emanu-EI and past treasurer
and trustee of Mount Sinai Hos-
pital. Lipton has also served on
the citizens committee of the
University of Miami.
The Feb. 12 dinner, which will
kick off the 1967 CJA drive, fea-l
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lewish Convalescent Home of
South Florida's dedication dinner
i dance, it was announced this week
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dent of the community supported
home.
The annual affair will he held
this year on Saturday, Mar. 18,
;n the Grand Ballroom of the Fon-
tainebleau Hotel.
Tepper, who "retired" to Mi-
ami Beach after a lifetime of
community and civic service in
the New York and Long Island
rt, frankly admits that "the
habit of helping others is so
deeply ingrained that I have had
little time for retirement."
During the past five years, as a
resident of Harbour House, he has
served as founder and past presi-
dent of the Freedom Ix>dge of
B'nai B'rith. He is also a member
of the Miami Beach I-od^e of Elks
and the Hibiscus Chapter of the
Masons As a 42-year member of
the Knights of Pythias, he has
served as past chancellor and past
deputy, and is now active locally
in that organization.
As owner and president of Tep-
per Galleries in New York City,
prior to coming to Miami Beach.
Tepper held office on the execu-
tive board of the Appraisers As-
sociation of America and served
as an official appraiser to Buck-
ingham Palace Upon ins retir<
ment in 1959, he presented his
gallery and museum to his long-
time employees for the token sum
of one dollar.
While a resident of the New
York area. Tepper served as past
president of the Queens Division
of the National Foundation of Mus-
cular Dystrophy, and was founder
and past president of the Hillcrest
Welfare Foundation of Long Is-
land.
Toppers interest in the commu-
nity-supported Jewish Convales-
cent Home of South Florida was
first initiated by his friendship
with Leonard Zilbert. who serves
as chairman of the board of di-
rectors of the institution, and who
will be honored this year at the
dinner as the Homes "Man of the
Year."
The Jewish Convalescent
Home's dedication dinner Mar.
18 will come almost uoort the
eve of the official opening of the
institution's new 100-bed facil-
ity now under construction.
Kick-off dinner was hosted by
Tepper in the Red Carpet Dining
Room of Harbour House South last
week, officially to discuss plans
for the upcoming affair. Attending
were more than 20 civic leaders
who pledged their help toward the
success of the annual fund-raising
event.
German \ outh Oppose
Stuttgart Rightist Rally
Continued from Page 1A
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peasants and "brave soldiers
In Hanover, officials of the Ger-
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net with a representative of the
M)P in an NDP effort to obtain
peasant backing.
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the NDP spokesman had promis-
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Friday. February 3. 1967
23 Shevat 5727
Religion Must Speak
Out on the Issues
Clergymen believe they have
more of a purpose today than ever
oefore. In the face of vast social rev-
olutions, including wars, some of
which they believe to be unneces-
sary and all of which we join them
:n declaring are inhuman and a
wcsteful sacrifice of our resources,
Today's spiritual leaders stand in
their pulpits and expand on themes
way beyond the presumably class-
ical vista of their sermonizing.
What they are saying by impli-
cation is that the manner in which
men live is a projection of the eth-
.cal and spiritual principles em-
bodied in our religious tradition, and
:hal this is precisely their bailiwick.
Hence, not to speak out on political,
social and economic issues would
ze to interpret narrowly the mean-
ing of this tradition and to restrict
T.eir effective role as clergymen.
This is. of course, true. If the spe-
cific in current matters of moral af-
fairs is not their purview, then the
abstract laws we have inhented in
our faith are essentially meaningless. If a man
of the cloth can not say that we are living
without regard to our religious beliefs today
if we are in fact ignoring them by our social
conduct then what is left pertinent to Juda-
ism, for example, except the codification of
antiquity?
The difficulty here is where does it end?
Take the Canadian rabbi who returned with
a "message" from Ho Chin Minh for President
Johnson. Was this extra-political and purely
religious? Take, again, the message by Rabbi
Maurice N. Eisendrath before the Northern
California Council of the Union of American
Hebrew Congregations.

But Moderation is Needed
As a rabbi, and as national president of
the UAHC, Dr. Eisendrath feels it within his
province to speak out on the Negro social
revolution. But as a man of his high place, it
seems to us that he must also exercise intelli-
gent moderation in what he has to say.
His remarks before the California Council
showed no such restraint because he was not
acting religiously but politically. In flatly de-
claring that "the war in Viet Nam is being sub-
sidized by the blood, sweat and continued pov-
erty of the poor black man in American life,"
Dt. Eisendrath did inestimable damage to the
campaign as a whole and the balance of rea-
son at home. (The statement is less than un-
reasoned it is inflammatory.)
By declaring that Adam Clayton Powell's
krte "was the annihilation of a black man who
had achieved immense power in the House of
Representatives." he was engaging in irre-
sponsible rhetoric without foundation in fact,
except for an expression of his personal opin-
ion. By declaring that Powell, as "a demagogue
and a knave is secondary in the traumatic
consciousness of the black man today." he
was encouraging the variety of social insurrec-
. tion that must ultimately be our lot when
inexperienced men of power and prestige in
one field in this case the clerical take
the license to express themselves in all fields.
(In fact, he was demanding a double standard
of responsibility.)
In short, not a social scientist, the Rabbi
refuses to be bound by the social scientist's
necessary restraints. As a spiritual leader, he
has taken for himself the luxury of applying
religious principle without regard to the real-
ities of experience.
It is about time that our clergy, of all faiths,
learned some moderation in these matters.
CJA Sabbath Proclaimed
Greater Miami's Rabbinical Association has
scheduled this weekend as Combined Jewish
Appeal Sabbath.
From their pulpits, and on the Association's
television program Sunday morning, our spir-
itual leaders will bring the important CJA
message to our community, emphasizing the
annual campaian's good works with respect
to needs in Miami, throughout the nation,
abroad, and in Israel.
No more apt a group of leaders than our
rabbis can bring their talents together to tell
Miamians just how important it is for the 1967
Combined Jewish Appeal campaign to reach
its SI,676,767 goal.
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philanthropic drive that helps Jews locally,
nationally and overseas.
In giving to CJA, we are assuring the con-
tinuation of that tradition. We are giving help
where it is needed most.
Well-Justified Pessimism
To attempt an observation on the Syrian-
Israeli border situation would be to court the
danger of outdated comment from the very
start. The situation in the Middle East is chang-
ing that fast these days.
Nevertheless, it is interestina to note that
both the United States and Israel are placing
some store in the direct talks through United
Nations efforts last week this, despite Is-
rael's pessimism almost from the very be-
ginning.
No one was more surprised that the Syrians
showed up for the first round of discussion. By
the end, hope had been stirred that a potential
explosion had been at least temporarilv
allayed. '
Now comes Radio Syria which denied with-
in hours after the UN-sponsored and arranged
talks that Syria had agreed with Israel to "re-
spect and observe the cease-fire."
The United Nations report of the meetina
was issued by UN Truce Supervision Organ-
ization spokesmen after a five-hour meetina
between spokesmen for the two countries at a
Syrian customs house not far horn B'not Yaa-
cov in Israel.
JL tT\ ?mascus al*t immediately
stated that :t did not recoqnize the UN reoort
arid that ;t would not "auarantee the security
of the Z:on:s- cr:rr.;nc: '
Israel's pessimism seems well-justified
i
luring the week
... as i see it
by HO MINDLIN
d" BISHOP PIKE 18 a man with
. a mission. His appcar-
i irinn thp WPPK ance at Ter"P,e Ju<^ last
Ul -IV week brought out i huge
crowd that seemed to want to
learn something about it j
believe they came away dis-
appointed. 1 would -iispect
that only a .High He t)ay
-< rvice could equal tK Bish-
" op's drawing power. : foes
r'''"" not seem to me that the audi-
ence was composed of people who gathered to stare at a high chunh
official charged with heresy If heresy took a primary place in their
minds, it was that they wanted to learn why Bishop Pike ifa
be facing such a charge today. There is no doubt that he presen1. d
a forthright view of what he called prefab church ideology
that must be rejected if the church is to be saved There is V-
doubt that he wants to see the church saved. i am a conservative
in this regard." he declared I want to save the church" and
by inference he al>o meant the synagogue "as an institution
But the major flaw in the Bishops presentation is that he did
not say why. except in a tangential way. Hence, he all too often
on the guise of a daring youngster, who shows his defiance by hurl
: Stones at fragile things, like windows, for instance, and who
t in observing the destruction he has wr>
while the truth more nearly is that he is not interested in brea
the windows, but in showing the defiance.
A- a consequence, at least I was not convinced of Bishor. Pi
iconoclasm. which a> a process of rejection in essence demand- faith
ful dedication to the object of one's disregard. Rather, what emergi I
for me. was the Bishop's own view of himself as an "enfant terribli
as a man capable of throwing -tones at what is. after all. a
vulnerable target these days, and who takes great delight in thi-
personal view.
*
THE P&OSMCT Of A SHIFTING WORLD
THE BISHOP would not otherwise have made such gay references
to "show biz" or engaged in flip and unseemly tokes about God.
htaxen. hell, and the entire constellation of what he called th.-
Judeo-Christian propensity for the ultimate heresy: the idolatry :
men's words, which in terms of ritual are expressed in the finahr.
of holy vessels.
I think most serious theologians would agree with Bishop I
that the "finalizing idolatry" is. in his own words, "the grealr-'
block to the church They would agree that few religious leadii-
really regard these vessels n. absolute terms any longer. They .,
increasingly willing to substitute the symbolic for the ab-olu:.
Therefore, to berate the absolute without offering alternative view -
of the symbolic is to engage in a self-defeating exercise. It i- I
a sophomoric iconoclast and hence to dissuade serious support
The Bishop position is, in essence, a simple one to understand
He begin.- with the obvious thesis that the dichotemy is now gon>
between matter and energy in the physical science- "What then
he a-k> i- substance?" If. in fact. Einstein predicates an equati
between matter and energy, then substance is now a shifting I
We can no longer relj upon the basics of allegedly "unyielding
That which makes up our world, and indeed the entire universe, mu--
henceforward be regarded as eternally chanuin- (It i- interesting t
note that Einstein's theorj is not empirical but a priori a "lea
of faith." which trie.- the Bishop's views somewhat strictly )
IXPIAINING tVtKYTHING IN IMPIRKAl TtBMS
RECKONED IN these terms, the eternal verities are no lot
* either eternal or veritable What the Bishop called the "vie
of the empirical method" has now challenged and turned to a shan
hies the entire superstructure of church ideology. It is this ideolo-
that he characterized as prefab." Once, it served to "explain" hu:
fears and to fulfill human needs But the empirical methods of scieiu
have since preempted it. To illustrate, prayers for rain, prayers [o
the sick and the like all these have come to be more satisfac
handled by satellites capable of predicting the incidence of precipitn
tion and progressive discoveries in medicine.
The prayers that remain, according to Bishop Pike, sre in the
same realm as astrology and alchemy. Those organizations that cor
tinue to propagate the prayers the theological seminaries, for
example are "seventeenth century institutions training men fo:
nineteenth century ministries Furthermore, they are still livinc
the era of the pre-Copernican revolution, where geocentric parochial
ism blinded men to the realities of empiricism.
One can go on and on discussing the infinite variety of exampl<
Bishop Pike offered to illustrate the idolatrv of vessels vessel-
that should daily be set aside as daily new empirical discoveries show
them for what they are. But it is more interesting here to note that
even those a priori areas of human experience, which science ha-
not yet successfully challenged, the Bishop explained away in prag
mane terms. Hence, the revelatory inspirations of the prophets, and
even in his own religion the gospels, the Bishop discussed in terms
ot psychedelic experience and extrasensory perception.
in this regard, he went out of his way to demonstrate thai
psychedelic experiences do not require drugs that the exquisit-
Heightening of alpha wave incidence can now. as shown in the most
recent discoveries, repeat the experience without the use. for example
OI 1 I)

10 WHAT AVAIl TMI UAP Of fAITMT'
|T IS HENCE quite "easy" to understand how some angrv, visionan
rpvi!f ,Slnl/'r0phet COU,d in his ^traction of self achieve divin.
thini .COUrSe' *gain' ,he Bishop has not re*,lv offered an>
Z|J!r '" ,erms of disposing of the myths that should now be
1!; a- JnCC more' as in ,he vefy beginning, the question
rema'n* d'Scarded why? di**rded 'or what?
tim. .if.. B'shopuP,ke did ^.v is that things happen rapidly in our
ume. that the church, an archaic institution, is crumbling 'which
linH^nfUrCS !n.,erms of declining church attendance. Sunday school
student population, ministry application), and that something must
be done quickly before it is too late. 'I'm staying in." he declared
111 give it all Ive got right to the end." But why?
frm J. ri** *aves of nis a,,ack- ,he n*wer came slowly and in
Ir!8mu .. mUSt be a respect for truth d 'or persons W
are witnessing a decline in respect for unquestioned authority even
1?T ?r.cn,ldre"- *h refuse to accept authority unless it is Intelli
K, IT"" Mo>' !Vakj'"s "Grand Inquisitor" scene in "Brother,
ivaramazov suggests that the strength of the church rests on miracl.
^.1 a3'!d authority, all of which ultimately give way to intelb
< And that was ,o.e than half a eenturv ago .
ui -hort. we must drag the church "kicking and screaming." thai
io say again-! it- own will, into the twentieth century'. Bu'
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Menorah USY Talk on Viet Nam
Temple Menorah USY held a
debate on Sunday, 11 a.m.. in the
Youth Lounge of the Social Hall
following the weekly Sunday
morning brunch.
First in a series of debates.
Temple Menorah Men's Club pre-'
sented an award to the winning
team on "Resolved: That the
United States should pull Troops
out of Viet Nam."
Affirmative side was argued by
Mark Schickman and Jackie Axel
rod. Negative side was taken by
Steven Cantor and Janet Kratzer.
Schickman and Cantor were
both winners of county and state
wide debates.
Rece.ving proclamation from Mayor Robert
Kinc High is Commander William G. Samet,
of Ncrman Bruce Brown Post No. 174, Jewish
Wai Veterans of the United States. The Pro-
clamation designates Monday, Feb. 6, as Jew-
ish War Veterans Day in M ami. which co-
incides with the Post's annual Tag Day. Pic-
ture d above (left to right) are City Commis-
sioner Irwin G. Christie; Edwin L. Feibelman,
Post 174 quartermaster and chaplain of the
Department of Florida, Jewish War Veterans;
Commander Samet; City Commissioner Steph-
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Mebaveh Malkah
At Beth Solomon
On Saturday evening. Beth Sol-
omon Congregation conducted a
Melavab Malkah. with guest speak-
ii RabDi Phineas Weberman, of
Ohev Shalom Congregation.
Hebrew School students present-
ed a HasaidiC Cantata. "The Seven
Golden Buttons." mased on an epi-
sode in the life of the Baal Shem
Tov, founder of Hassidism.
Cas1 Included Richard Levine.
Daniel Booth. Paulette Kessler.
Scot Imsky. Dana Gold. Kenny
Golen, ^andra Gordon. Robert and
Carta, Moskowitz, Scott Karafin.
FranciTie and Eugene Sherwood,
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and we are still having our bas
mitzvahs over here." This, in ref-
erence to the Vietnamese war.
Who does Arthur Godfrey think
he Is? I. a* a Jew, object strenu-
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Vietnamese War and the sacred
ritual of the Hebrew Bar Mitzvah
in one breath
For his information, many of
ins cream of the crop" are men
of the Jewish faith who have lost
their lives .-.o that Godfreys way
of life and ours, too, can continue
I demand an apology from Mr
Godfrey and urge that the CitJ
Fathers of Miami Beach change
the name of Arthur Godfrey Rd.
back to 41st St.. as suggested by
your Mr. Leo Mindlin. I for one.
will no longer listen to Mr. God-
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too. too cold.
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ISRAEL DIPLOMAT SCHEDULED TO BE HEARD
Labor Zionists Gather for CJAppeal
Arieh Nether. Israeli man-
agement consultant and lecturer at
Tel v i\ University, and former
n en i I the Ministry of Labor.
jIJ featured a> guest -)>caker
lor "rv annual (Greater Miami con-
,'. he I^bor Zionist mose-
IM Combined Jewish Ap-
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th- \!;ier Hotel
hairman of the CJ.VI.abor
'/.. i conference. Joseph P. Zuck-
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i of the 1967 CJA cam-
ple and Dr. Irvin:; Ijehrman.
ual leader of Temple Emanu-
El srd chairman of the 1964 and
1965 campaigns, will also partici-
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Mapei's (Israel's Labor Party)
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and absorption program for new-
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AT OHEV SHALOM CONGREGATION DINNER SUNDAY
Former Beach Mayor Cited
An award for 10 years of service in the linen supply industry
is presented to Sam A. Goldstein (center), honorary chairman
of the board, Sanitary Linen Service Co., Miami. Looking on
is his son, B. B. Goldstein, president of Sanitary Linen, who
previously received the industry's 25-year award. Presenta-
tion was made by Samuel B. Shapiro, executive director.
Linen Supply Association of America, Miami Beach. The
senior Goldstein is presently active in local civic and philan-
thropic work.
Bank Takes Over Two Institutions
Continued from Page 1-A
also announced that tin- single
board <>i directors tor hotli Insti-
tutions had resigned.
The announcement was made at
night to minimize chances for fin-
ancial panic and a run on the two
banks. Their major offices are in
Tel Aviv, hut the institutions have
hianches throughout Israel. Dur-
ing the night and early morning
hours, armored cars rushed huge
Minis of cash to all banks through
out Israel to meet any possibilities
of mass withdrawals.
However there was no panic.
even at the two banks affected
The Tel Aviv offices of both banks
opened on time. While the num-
ber of withdrawals was said to be
larger than usual, it was noted also
that many people were deposition
motfe) in both Institutions.
Meanwhile, arrest of two bank
officials was announced Sunday
They were formerly associated
with Fauohtwanger's and Bllern's.
and ihe police are studying the
ease after a request made by the
Attorney General to look into it
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the Fontainebleau Hotel, the Ohev
Shalom Congregation fourth an-
nual dinner meeting will name
Harold Shapiro, former Mayor of
Miami Beach. "Man of the Year."'
The honor is in recognition of
"many yean and tireless effort
i he has devoted to .Jewish com-
I munal and religious life, and par-
! ticularly for his service to Ohev
Shalom Congregation."
Shapiro served on the City Coun-
cil of Miami Beach 1953 to 1959,
as mayor and councilman. A prac-
ticing attorney in Miami Beach,
i for many years he was a commen-
tator on local radio stations
The Jewish National Fund,
Greater Miami Jewish Home for
the Aged, Greater Miami Jewish
Federation, and Bureau of Jew-
ish Education are among the
many organizations he had serv-
ed in a leadership capacity. He
is a past commander of the
Jewish War Veterans, and a
past president of the Miami
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America.
Organization of
His fraternal affiliations ini lude
the Elks, Moose. Masons. Alpha
Epsilon Pi Fraternity. Tan ECpsilon
Rho I.aw Fraternity.
Shapiro served as a Lieutenant
in the U.S. Naval Reserve, and
published a book. Trial Guide
for SummaiA Court Martial I
Deck Court (Plea of Guilty)." He
lives with his wife. Sylvia,
was born in Israel, and his riauel
ter. Remma Esty, al 2:::::; No
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Rabbi Phineas A Weheri 1 n is
the spiritual leader, and & 11 Ar-
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program with the laying of .
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*JmUihkMEm
Friday. Fehruqry 2 1967
Syria Denies Parley Means Peace
Morton Towers Committee for the 1967 Combined Jewish Ap-
peal campaign has reported a 30 percent increase over last
veer's figures in the amount of money pledged for the 1967
CJA drive. Morten Towers co-chairmen, Abe Solosko (left),
Scmuel Norkeen (second from right*, and Morris Minov (right)
=c;d that more then 120 residents of the Miami Beach high-rise
mtended last week's CJA meeting. Judge Meyer Cherkas
second from left) was master of ceremonies. Dr. Irving Lehr-
:n served as guest speaker.
Continued from Pagt 1-A
the Foreign fflnistry'8 deputy
director-general, and Israeli Army
officers who are Israel's membi rs
of the ISMAC,
Noting that eight years had
passt d sini th Mixed Armistice
"informally."
Mr. S
lie re-
ferred to thi 5ol lem on the
bor l(
views order I prac

cultivation, which have been a
soui nsions "
Mr. Sasson stressed that Is-
rael's readiness to negotiate a
practical arrangement on prob-
lems of cultivation is without
prejudice to Israel's stated views
on the broader political and
juridicial issues, which are not
under discussion her*.
After the ISMAC session Dimitri
Chuvakhln. USSB Unbassador to
Israel, was briefed at the Foreign
Ministry here on the latest devel-
opment's along the Syrian-Israeli
border and i n the extraordinary
meeting held by the Isra iaB
Mixed Armistice C'ommi- -.
ior officials of the Forei
try, Including Mr. Tekoa! .,:'ici-
pated in the hin :: M jj,
reiterated to the Sovii
Israel's desire for
its bordei s
CJAppeal Units Name Duo
Dr. Arnold A. Oper. of North
M;ami. has accepted the co-chair-
nanship of the North Dade Divi-
-jon of the Physicians for the 1967
Combined Jewish Appeal cam-
ign.
Dr. Oper. who served in the
Medical Corps of the U.S. Air
Force with rank of captain, from
-958 to 1960. received his medical
tLree from the State University
i: Brooklyn. NY., and served his
nship at the Jewish Hospital
:: Brooklyn.

Stuart Winston
Dr. Oper
Paper Group
served as a member of the board
of the Miami and Miami Beach
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For ten year-, he has served as
a judge for the Miami Beach Box-
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of the board of the Israel Macca-
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Winston is a member of the Mi-
ami Beach Elks. Miami Beach
American Legion. Alumni Associ-
ation of the City College of New
York, and American Institute of
Management.
Stuart H. Winston, president of
Bell Paper Company, has accepted
Ihe chairmanship of the Paper
Group for the 1967 Combined Jew-
j-n Appeal campaign.
A former member of the board
cf governors of the Greater Miami
.\wish Federation, Winston has
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Friday. February 3. 1967
-JmisHkukUaw
Page 9-A
Hebrew Theological College Set to Hear
Oscar Schapiro at Loyalty Dinner Feb. 12
OSCAR SCHAHKO
Greater Miami Committee for
the Hebrew Theological College
will hold its second loyalty dinner
in behalf of the College at 6 p.m..
Sunday. Feb. 12. in the Fontaine-
bleau Hotel.
Scheduled as a "black tie op-
tional" event, the dinner will hon-
or Oscar B. Schapiro. of 1300 Bay
Re... Miami Beach
A World War I veteran, Scha-
piro is vice president of the
Greater Miami Hebrew Academy.
He is treasurer of Congregation
Knesseth Israel, founder and
builder of the Torah Center in
Jerusalem, which will bear his
name, and is active with Bonds
for Israel, Zionist Organization,
and other community endeavors.
Dinner chairman is Leo Robin-
son, of 4430 Pine Tree Dr.
Reform Leader
Raps Slow-Down
In Rights Drive
Continued from Page 1-A
:t decisions, there is more seg-
-.itioii today tan 10 years ago;
spite the great economic gains
nch America has made, twice as
inj Negroes are unemployed as
lite: and in some cities, 50 per
nt of the Negro youth are out of
tiodl and out of work.
II is now crystal clear that
lite people will not accept more
r\ tokenism in integration."
'How would you feel?" the
-abbi questioned the laymen and
-abbis "when one witnesses the
elections of a Lester Maddox and
Lurleen Wallace, when refer-
enda on any civil rights mm-
res in any community are voted
town by a majority of whit*
people in a clearly racist society;
'hat the rich got richer and the
ccor get poorer; that we have
rostponed the Great Society be-
cause of the urgencies of Viet
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Nam but we have not even con-
sidered postponing the man on
the moon in 1970; and that the
war in Viet Nam is being subsi-
dized bv the blood, sweat and
continued poverty of the poor
black man in American life."
He considered the current activ-
ities of the past few weeks even
worse for the Negro. Dr. Eisen-
drath pointed to the fact that
Congress i- once again controlled
by a Conservative coalition of Re
publicans and Southern Democrats
whose first act. he said, "was the
annihilation of a black man who
had achieved immense power in
the House of Representatives."
Rabbi Eisendrath added 'that he
(Congressman Powell") is a dema
gogue and a knave is secondary in
the traumatic consciousness of the
black man today. We have prom-
ised a new day and we have now
: given them closed doors."
The clergyman called upon the
80th Congress to enact legislation
in which billions of dollars in our
country- would be used for a pro-
gram like the proposed Freedman
Budget, a domestic Marshall plan
\ devised by the A. Philip Randolph
i Institute in New York City calling
j on our government to spend vast
[ sums for wiping out city slums.
) restoring the inner cities, and giv-
< ing greater job opportunities to
j the American Negro.
"This will never come about
unless the church and syna-
gogues again mobilize the voice
of faith and the call of con-
science in support of such leg-
islation," Rabbi Eisendrath said.
"All of you are needed in this
battle."
Earlier in his address. Rabbi Eis
endrath acknowledged the white
man's concern at the cries of black
, power.' "Many of us are disturbed
i by the bellicosity and negativism
which seems to be coming from
some Negro representatives. We
are troubled by the sporadic vio-
lence and threats of violence. We
are disturbed by the dangerous
and divisive sloganeering about
black power. All this has put the
civil rights movement into dis-
array,*' he said.
On the other hand he felt that
| when you look at the total picture
I "one must take a different atti-
tude."
A member of the citizen's com-
mittee for the University of Miami,
and a life member and member of'
the board of trustees of the Opera
Guild of Greater Miami. Robinson
has long been identified with Ile-
brew college.- and universities on
the local, national, and interna-
tional level.
He is a vice president of the
Greater Miami Hebrew Academj
was honored at the second annual
dinner of the Mesivta of Greatei
Miami, is a founder "i Albert Bin
-tein College, a member of the
Presidents Council of Yeshiva
University in New York City, vice
president of the Southeastern re
gion of the American Friends ol
Hebrew University of Jerusalem,
and is a past president of the
Southeastern region of the Amer-
ican Jewish Committee.

Honorary chairman of the din-
ner is Max Cohen, of the King
Cole Apts.. at 900 Bay Dr., former
chairman of the board of Mogen
David Wine Corp., and honorary
chairman of the board of the He-
brew Theological College.
Five of the College's distinguish
cd rabbinic alumni who are serving
the Miami Jewish community in-
spired the organization of the
Greater Miami Committee for the
Hebrew Theological College.
They are Rabbi Avrom L Draz-
in, of the Israelite Center; Rabbi
David Lehrfield, of Congregation
Knesseth Israel: Rabbi Naftali Por-
ush. of Young Israel, and Greater
Miami Hebrew Academy; Rabbi
Shmaryahu T Swirsky. of Beth
Jacob Congregation: and Rabbi
Berel Wein, of Beth Israel Congre-
gation.
A leading Orthodox institution
in the United States, the 44-year-
old Hebrew Theological College at
tracts student* from all parts of
the world.
A modern Orthodox rabbinic
seminary and school for higher
Jewish learning to prepare lead-
ers for the American Jewish
communities, it ordains rabbis;
trains teachers, chaplains, edu-
cators, communal leaders, and
MiMel Foundation directors; and
develops laymen with deep Jew-
ish interests.
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school, a junior liberal arts col-
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of advanced Hebrew studies, the
Ida Crown Jewish Academy in the
Melrose area of Chicago and Ye-
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More than 500 pulpits and He
brew schools throughout this coun
try and other parts of the world
i are being served by graduates or
former students of the college.
Thomas Weiss, senior student at the Mesivta of Greater
Miami Senior High School, receives Youth of the Month
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award is Dr. Jacob Berke, chairman. President of the club is
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Mrs. Jean C. Lehman, campaign
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+Jeistncrldten
Friday, February 3 1967

Chairman of the Feb. 9 annual attorneys luncheon of the
American Fnends of the Hebrew University is Judqe Harold
* Spaet (second from right). Co-chairmen of the event will be
Shepcrd Broad and Stanley C. Myers (right). Myers. Mis.
Anna Biennet Meyers second from left and Herbert S. Sha-
oiro deft), chairman of the qifts and legacies committee for
the Hebrew University, are shown when the four received the
Megiddo Award of the Hebrew University "in recognition of
their many years of devoted interest in the bequests program
of the Hebrew Univen
Brotherhood Sets Traditional Meal
Brotherhood of Temple Emanu Regular Fridaj evening service*
VI Mill hold a traditional dinnei conducted by Dr Irving U-himai
on Friday, << p.m Feb in. in Sir will follow the dinner
km Hall Herbert S Shapiro is Reservations may be made In
Brotherhood president the temple offlee
*%/), ***i

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OW BROOKLYN. NBW YORK
Come to MIAMI BEACH
Expert KOSHER Catering for that
VERY IMPORTANT OCCASION
Engagements Weddings
Bar Mitivahs Birthdays
Arranged in the HIRSCH Manner
Call MR. HIRSCH JE 1-0061
SCHECHTER HIRSCH S
emuBEM
0CIANFR0NT 37rh to 31th -f. MIAMI IEACH
UNDER Cu
WERVISIOH
UN Fears Break
In Border Talks;
Radio Threatens
New BB Lodge
Is Organized
Newly organized P'nai BYith
t.old CnaM bo4 -068. with
membership enrollm* nt which h; already approach'-' '(*> mat n
cently in the
Booth
Featured speaker* nell
Continued from P*oe 1-A
The pessimism noted by diplo-
mats here although the Unit-
ed Nations itself has made no
comment whatever on the latest
developments followed Syria's
official report on what its chief
delegate had said at Sunday's
ISMAC meeting.
According to Radio Damascus,
Syria's delegation chairman Capt
Vdam Abdullah, had told Israel
it must pull out Iti aimed forei
from the demilitarized tones and
'remove its fortification- there
if Syria was expected to observe
the cease fire between the two
countries negotiated by the t N'T
SO He also called for the return
I fo i i \rab inhabitants to theii
propi 'he disputed areas-
\ idit mall: l Vbdullah i h
d t" Israel i refeiencc to the
ism \( n eetings as "a din
lad between the Syrian and Israel
rnments He charged Israi
with efforts to "misleod" woi 1 I
public opinion
The ISMAC- sole agenda item
i- limited t" a discussion of land
cultivation rights in the demilitar
i/ed cones The Syrian statement
dealt with the very reason for Is
reel's boycott of ISMAC since 1988,
due to Syria's challenge of Israel's
sovereignty over the demilitarized
tones
Gen Bull adjourned the meet
ing Sunday when he learned thai
the Syrians had failed lo bring
specific proposals with them ami
did not care to reply to proposals
put forward by the Israel delega
lion at the fust session last Wed
nesdaj Gen Hull urged the Syi
ians to bring practical prop
with them on Thursday
At the start of Sundav's ses
sion, Gen. Bull deplored the lay
ing of a mine inside Israel terri-
tory near the Syrian border,
which was discovered on Friday.
He blamed the Syrians for the
incident by implication only, but
he did not state specifically that
the act was an infringement of
the undertaking by both sides to
keep the peace, agreed upon at
the last session and issued as a
United Nations communique.
Several tinv
meeting. Gen Bull intei rupted the
seniot Syrian delegate who
launched a I di-pul
l irael's right to '-
the demilitarized tones in theii
own territory m ar the bo
L'XTSO <
Syrian not to raiM
on "
Israel had de< ided l
meetini in
- thai !
be interpreted
S; i i,i'. thi is thai
Ireland's Jews
Had Anniversary
Continued from Page 1-A
,,: d ceilings were badlj dan
and the Bcxolli ami prayer books
wen- damaged bj watei a- the fire
department battled the bla/e
Fortunately, the fire (i |
managed to save the main strut-
tUN, and the community hope- to
have the synagogue fully restored
for normal services in the near
future
A- part oi it- efforts '< stri ngth
in bonds with communities in
othei parts of the world Irish
Jewrj played host lo .,
members from |
Ih The m.iwu the .hi. |
and officials ol the lush i,,,\
nunoBl n hand to well
the visitors
nol halt terrorist infiltration into
Israel while the talks were under
wa] l>iaeii circles fell however,
thai Israel might have to accept
responsibility, for breaking up the
talks if she failed to attend The
Israeli vie* ol tht situation with
regard to the ISMAI sessions is
thai unless the Syrians come up
with practical proposals, the meet-
ings will be discoi linut d slnci it
will be shown that the Syrians are
not interested in am reduction of
tension- along the >v
torney AJbort Pail' I totem itlon;
B'nai B'rith vie. -. : -idn Ja<
Morrison, of London, England ai-
an international vie* preeid
Geoi ge Kornt : Le
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appointed Municipal half
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* An/vil lhrHi.tr
Pago 11-A
Van Thadden Identified as Fascist
Continued from Pge 1-A
Thi' irl, of the Belgian Civic Ac-
tion Movement; and Giovanni
Lan'e. of the Italian Social
Mo.*ment.
!>r Nuasbaum produced > pho-
i copj "i a page from the
nil-' Union Mmemont |>u!>lica
101 \etion" of .lime 17. 1963.
iih picture featuring von Thal
i oilier Venice conference
irli< ;>ant- under thr caption
i .H!^ in < onfertttce "
D: N'ussbaum returned Jan 26
i 10-day MMt to Weal Gei
an.- when be eonaiilled with
'lea.fi:- m ncnernment, church ami
fduc.' on n the impact and fu
tu : the NDP
I (ierm.-in- arv looking for a
W'i> put .in end to the NDP."
D n --haum -aid, adding that top
pvernmoBt officials had explored
natter with him
S ;e Gonntaa in pl.-ue- of
;h authority want to outlaw the
lit> Pr Nunbaun itated, hut
ha -.. i that he conns. I..! aflaJavl
ml' action and bad offered an
alt' five
"I old the German Govern-
ment that they should embark
what I called an 'offentive
democracy,' with a carefully
mned wide-scale program to
>tect into every corner of Ger-
i the democratic ideali a*
now them."
Nusshaun -aid that his plan
. k*oive great expenses in text
s for schools and colleges, in
r ala and films for adult audi
on a continuing basis so
:f they plant tin seeds of
-ar\. no blossom should be
d to wither."
World Jewish Congress
-aid that he had explored
these thoughts with Seculars of
state Schaeti and with Director
General Kruegei of the Prime
Minister's Office
Pi Nuasbaum said that such a
program was vital to offset the
damage that von Thadden and hi-
party can do to the image ol
German) reborn German) diall-
ed, that Bonn i- trying so hard to
et "
The U.K leader -tated that von
Thadden's part) avoided anything
like Nazi insignia, but it- fi
Hitlei except the Swastika la
missing Von Thadden and his
NDP demand a rcglorification of
German arms The) don't attack
the Jews Naturally that's not ;i
good thing to do m toda) dim
ate
"It doesn't give the party a
nice image. And anyway von
Thadden says there are only
30,000 Jews in Germany today;
so thev don't pose much of a
problem. But he is attacking Is-
rael instead and that is a Jewish
State. He wants an end to the
war-crimes trials. He thinks the
criminals should be acclaimed
and exalted. He thinks Germany
should promptly sever compen-
sation and reparations that It is
paying to the hapless victims of
Naxism, harried, broken, many
living in utter misery."
His visit to Germany, In the
count of which In- addressed
meetings <>f the Jewish communit)
in Berlin riarikJuit, Munich.
Duesseldorf and Hamburg in he
Mali ui the Keren Hayesod, had in-
dicated that there is a deep cm
cern imt nut undue worrj over the
resurgence of Fascism in the
toral successes -if the NDP
Some churchmen were mon
concerned than other-, anil Di
Nuasbaum cited Bishop Neuhaaei
"f Munich, who propo-ed an edu
cational program amon^ the youth
However, an hour Inn- interview
with Cardinal FringS, of Colo
had "astonished me Pr Nuss
baum -aid He stated that the
Cardinal had -aid that there coull
he no comparison between the -itu
ation that had produced Hitler an l
the situation pertaining in Gt
man) toda)
In m> astonishment, < ardinal
Frinfis claimed thai Nazism has)
loin,.i mots iii German) because '
In' -aid. the Jew- were to be I (Wild
out oi all proportion in business,
the art-, education, in fact in
ever) area oi German hie l wa<
astonished by the statement, bur
even more amazed whn the (ardi
nal went on to explain that i. >
-uch basis tor Nazism could pos
sibly exi-t m Germany today f>>
there were onh .1(1.1(00 Jew- left
and. under the circum-tance-,
there wont lie any possibility of
the neo-Nazi group flourishing
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AGuDATH ISRAEL FM1 Crljrl Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi mi: Evir
r lda> Mi V > ?itui'Uo in.*
M u. I... "..SO ;

ANSHE EMES. 2633 SW 1th Ave.
.Conservative Cmani x istflwrts,
president. Cantor Sol Pakowitx
K MS] I r: .. Ill
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ETM DAVID JKjSw Ira An Con-
servative. Rabh' Sol LardJj Cantor
William W. Lioion.
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Sabbat n I
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bi Morris A. Shop. Cantor Leon K ..la> |n pin Pa nut J serri<
Sega, >hn R Taylui R
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,-...... Peter* Lutheran I'husVfi (Barni i
ii roi ill Whit I...... *' '' ''" Ml- '' '
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FT LAUOERDALE jEWISH CEN- TEMPLE SlNAI OF NORTH DADE Ml I Mr- Svl
CANDLELIGHTING TIME
23 Shevat 5:45 pjn.
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BETH EC SOC SW '7-.ri Ave Oitno
don. Rat i i> in
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BETH ISRAEL 770 *0th St. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Berel We.n
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BETH KODESH. I1C1 SW '2*n Ave
Modern Traditional Raoo, Ma
Snapiro. Cantoi Ben,am.n Ma-Ari
iy 8:15 p
terming I K
d>*h, will apeak '
rears In Mini Wr
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IETH SOLOMON : Nv\ }1M Pi
Rabb' Aaron Pels*
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IETH tfilam 035 Euclid Ave Or-
thodox Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky

IETH TORAH 164th St and NE 11th
Av Conservative Rabbi Mix Lip
schitz. Cantor Jacob Renier.
lit.,. niiil vi:, i Sen
Saturda>
\, ih Pavlil -"ii i>(
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r Mi nd Mis. Ida ate*. <-

3NA RAPHAEL '*0%- NW 183rd St
Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richter
Cantor Jack Lerner.
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Ml
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TER 54' E. Oakland Park Blvd
Rabbi Philip Chaiton Cantor Theo-
dore Mindich.
t la p in r 'ii "An 1
\ |lmr ..r A- I*OU .-!
nd i. ,i by Hi
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HEBREW ACADEMY 2400 Pinetrer
Dr Orthodox Rabbi Alexander S
Croat
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SRAELI'E LcNTER J'75 SW 25th
St Conservative Rahbi Avrom L
Orazm. Cantor William B. Nulien
ten

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JACOB C COHEN COVVUNITV
biS'nObl-: I8J2 A llhmgt n A.e
Ortholox Rabbi Tibor H. Ste'r
Cartor Mayr Eigel.

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i(\ESETh ISRAEL '415 Euclid Ave
Orthodox Rabbi David Lehrfield
Cantor Abraham Seif.
i
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18801 NE 22nd Aye. Reform. Rabbi
Manut Ranaon Cantor Chet Gale
Frhla

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TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB 51 E
4th Ave.. Hialeah. Conservative
Rabbi Maurice Klein.
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TEM"LE ZAMORA 4 Zamo-a Ave
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell Jer
r Cantor Ben Dckton
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TIFERETH ISRAEL. B00 N Via
Ave Coneervative. RabtM Men-,
Wernick
: n I 'Ti.-i: I J
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. Week
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YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER V
AMI S0 NE 171st St Orthodo.
R.ibbi Shervvm Sla.ber Cant.
P.ncus Aloof

YOlSfi lRAFL ~r VIAVi BE*C-
542-44 Washington Ave. RaDb> N If
j Pomsh
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PUIPIT
Commandments
Our Way of Life
MINYONAIRES
M
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SYNAGOGUE 3737
W
Cohen
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OHEV SHALOM 911 Normandy Dr
Orthodox. Rabbi Phmeaa Weber-
man.
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BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION
13630 W. Dixie Hwi. Conservative.
Rabb. David Ro.enfeld Cantor Se/- CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION
mour Hinkei.


OF MIAMI 1i4r Washington Ave
Orthoa^x Ribb' Dov Rojencweig
HEBREW LESSON
?f

->ds* DTP'!' ="~-H5 n"n
.--:- na^3 ox nnv a^-y
i-)3 r 33 ,n,xrD'3iDwn
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T :
T*?mtm m;xn *r;x 150
T T -
3-npy D-D-IO 710702 D-TSIQ
. .1 i : t :
trVBftTa ncoi3-:ixn r*f
- t r t ~ :
v$\ niainia w*$ psa t*?
main triw .nD*na p^iDon
t -: t : I
yTjni mn
-n .WTi wi *r:x i50"3
I T T "
-'rnn snsn ninplaa Eriato
r-;x-z -rxn ,nrn-:zr tra
on .-min"*ioW yiz *r:x
Bird'Rd "Moder'n"tradi'tienai Max B RABBI MORTON MALAVSKY [ll accordanct* With SOOW interpr-
Hollywood Beth Shalom ,,.r- the word Mid" forms a lir-
Th >cr.ptural portion desi. !**" ih* decal.mue witfa the
nated for this Sabbath It taken la^ to follow u.th continuity T-
from the book of Exodus 2! and indicative proclamation begins with the word- And these the tact that the earlier ordinanc
it God and later law> of man I
comparative!) equal, and the ii
pad upon mankind i- the
, bi not and should not c
.i division between law> a1
.in' of n
ind God a
mat
e, i
w ide J.t:
tiati the 1
which ;- n

bli find pe
v in i
SEPHARD C JEWiSh CENTER 46
Colima Ave. Rev Cantor Sadi Nah
*nlaa.
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SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE 1H51 NE
19th Ave. Orthodox Rabbi Jonah
E Caoi^n.
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.. in >. n !i.-|i I* k.
i: Ih- hel A I'nni
, n ~. n i...i and
I,if. \: i..i
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TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. Con
aervative. 1025 NE IMrd Si Miam
Garden* Rd_ Rabbi Muton Schlintky.
Canter Ma'nr ce Neu
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TfVPLE BETH AM
Dr. So M,;nii He'orrr, Raob'
Herbert Biumg.Kl Cantor V a-
Kyrr
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are the laws
that thou shall
set before
them
This instruc
lee la ration
falls immediate
Iy upon the
lie ten
indm n t
.i nee
which a- we
a r i- .i wan
basis

mat i*as to
till; '
-ISO N Kend.in '"' ,,llr
tin
Rabbi Molavskv
_..-^_. --_ ..- _,.. I_- TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLL
,i 1- -1J I *' llj [ -i I "l*i 'J WOOD. 1331 S. -4th Ava Reor
.nm sian ra ix
t : t "
T-m -i^ix -nil ^aa-
t :
np'o-a1? no\re\ nsna .ati'i
Rabbi Samuel Jatfe
I *
Bur M
.iTi-l at -Ii Kle :i
en .2^ 'ddd t\'7\ prxin
,tt -wa nnayn na-oia^ixa
-y ^xic?* did "?ya -xp-o
2i .-n'oaonfi n"nnn- jido
Ixpa1? ?'a'nea m;xn tik
i : ; t -: t : -
- ddfw .n-^xnn riy
TEMPLE BETH RAPHAEL 1 S4S
Jefferson Ave. Conservative. Onto*
Saul H. Breah.
Pulpit |
St'ha'artBmai ea<
I. -Ii Kdui itlufi l
ni the Ho
I T : t : t
nnax ,ma mxi^ fsna -tfai
T T T ~
DnJSg.ooann'jnfa^ja^fK*
mj?an maaa naiy nrx
-rsic ,nnn wnna D'i^^q #r. i-t
.U jl.D Jl U a!7 ,
a rravn D'xnmacn-ian lv r:l" : ,;
":* -' .-riK-san 'aj1? nn
* '" T, ~xn 'io"aa ]n*x oianan
, *y^a ?yn -ipina Batfan ,nx
Y-zra1?1?D'^ia'ynan*:irm t- j -.
nsixa a'Tns ncin -^ysa1?
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM 4144 Chas
Ave Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronisn
Cantor David Conviser
W<
-., k'. >l I Ii.- 1*1 ea
.in itai mit.. il .ii"
and M'- John I'.-n- la>
I Mrs Bl ml Zal
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TEMPLE BETH TOV 64U SW itr>
St Conservative. Rabbi Simon April
Sa I la ,
\\ eh
I"
TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM 16800 N v\
22nd Ave. Conservative Cantor
Abraham Reisemjn
.ynj
Religion and Science)
\tMiut ISO is safantists
iyed ii, the leading scientific
institutions of the State have t|(i. with "no'need to dese
founded a Society ol rorah-Obsen crate ,,... Sabbath."
Scientists The> arc endeavor ,
ing to find theo solutions to T,i,(' la0 r' ,u' ;rael
ious problen their opin- **. a_r!. '"^'"^ '> ""'-;
problem< In their op
ion, there Is no minmpatibility be
. the iievv I iiMFfr-itv in Jerusa
1 religion and the State or be- rt ....
lem, the vv ei/marm Institute in
TEMPLE EMANUEL 1701 WnMig
ton Ave. Conservat've Rabbi lrv,np
Lehrman. Cantor Zvi A i ei


entific erudition. u\ It is DOS ,:
Sible to maintain an orderly ecu
nomic existence, and an even more
a
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF GHEAT.r vi
AMI. 137 NE 19th St Reform RiDd
Jo'.rrh R Narot
I'-
e
TEMPLE JUDEA MOO G-madi Blvd
Reo-m. Rabbi Morns K nner
- '
:t we adopt automa-
main branihes centered around
Reh it bi thi Tecl ? ion In
llaita The first president of the
SI-
TEMPLE MESOHAH 620 th St
Conaarvat ve n-nbi viyr Aiiam
ov. ti Cantor Nico Fr Iman
Reson
t veen science and religion.
in each generation," says Dr
Weinreb, lecturer and research society was Pro^Lev7" "phy
bi in physics at the li^irew rfsl wh .A(||1 ,
University of Jenisalem.Bfople }u< ,,k PaAagnetic
particular!) men .,t sdei.cd. ,.; |of t^membert of the temple ner ta'v d w.h s, .d
tempted to se,- in religion a faith s,. ,.u ,,,. professional scientists, T"n. waters,
which has no basil Their conten wh,u. .,.. _,. sdl,,,.,., of ,,,,,
can not withstand scientific phv and ,.,,,
examination rn prubiem is how
to apply religi tut principles to
reality
V j-l-rn Tradi
tional. Rabbi Eugene Laoovitz Can-
tor Edward Klein
;
In : m 111. .- iv 1 y. .
The mcmtH-rs of the Society wish i Miuvah
to prove that it is possible to main- *' h"f
... N' Mrs. Iai Id w
tain ijood relations between be n
Knmneer Kytan. one of the ,,evers and non ,M.1]t,V(.rs and that -. ^- .
tnunders of the Society, a research |he Jorah of ,srae, ^^u, T trMMPLsEw0?,tlL80tM' M*r&,
chotar and scientific adviaor to achievemetlts are compatible Ki-*, ai V7<$Z m2X>
many large industries in the Marchbem.
I nited States, who has great sci Publishsd by tha Brit Ivrit O lam it ', ,'!\ ,' m"' Pnn,ll> "

ition Evet Iter i '
' i '
rhe word "and hesia
bett
ught -" that
lepl ii ed with bless

rCavvinical television f~ r&iMPHrtlt
Fb. 5 rh 10. 11 am The Jewish Worship Hour"
Rabbi Solomon Schiff Beth Kl CongregatMBi
fb. 5 i h : 10 am, rhe still Small Voice*'
Fedei I Jew i-h Philanthrop -
Feb. 7 Ch. 2. 9 Man to Ma
Topic l*he Spiritual Dimension"
Moderatoi Ret Luther C Pierce
Participants Rabbi Herbert Baumgard Trmplt- Beth
An, The Very Ret James l Duncai ^uffrauan
Bishop Diocese ol Smith Florida The BpiaoofBal
Church, Fr Donald I Holy Family cath-
olic Church; Ret Arthur Foul Spiritual Fl
tiers Feiiow>hip
SYNOPSIS OF THE TORAH PORTION MISHPAT1M
the Israelites in the dit ii e Law
i ml and re id ii I
' f the people iid "All that tht Lord
.ill we ii 24
-Mi'\Ti\i i he lawi submitted to the chti
the) had heard the fen '>nii*"ifiiiP"T _
ih the following subjects
I he Hebrev servant; murder filial ajurMggM and bjaj
Inapping criminal uaault; maimm. of a aervanl
theft, propertj dama;
Pro* .,: I the widow ,l
ind borrowing: the sanctification of dod and man. reia
th thi anem) the Sabbatical year; the Sabbath; the th.....
festivals; Idolatrj
rhis portion concludes with the renewal of the covenant w;
in- children of Israel accepted the covenant with the i
A "* the Lord hath apokan will we do, and obey" Exod '-* '
Moses then ascended Mount Sinai to receive the tablets oi
Law
Thi recounting of the Weekly Portten of tha Law la
tractod and basad upon "Th. Graphic Hjttory of Mm Jawiah
Heritag." ^it#d by p vVallmoivTsamir. SIS Publisher is
Sbengold, and tha volume it available at 37 W.lliam Sf., Nstw
York 5, N.Y. Prosidonf of tho sociofy distnbutin, tho volumo
is Joseph Schlang.
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itish Author,
ictive Leader,
|ead at Age 61
OTHIK DtATHS SIC. B
(LONDON OTA) Robert
ec, prominent author.
..^mi: personality and ac
\i leader in Jewish and Zionist
led here at thr aye of til
le the tv-t selling account
Sinai campaign, "100 Hours
in London, the seion of an
\ I. wish family in Kngland
. 1656 he was a senior British
in W6l III War II. and
r 'i fame in England a- ,i
i ility
Although he wn an anti-Zion-
it' in his earlv life, he became
r ardent supporter of the Jew-
s'- State during the war and, in
recent years, built a home in
talilee, where he spent several
-cnths each year.
: the Undue.
..'."". sponsoring
d work li i|". to Nrael for
\ and had served as vice
' of the Association of
lies in (Jrrat Britain, the
k tion for Jewish Youth and
World federation of YMH.Vs
!' a.i- also active in the Anglo
n-h Association He uas the
II man> successful novels
it he I holies votne of which
w.r literary awards
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Flagler Federal
Appoints Three
Mrs Kosal'e Urspruch has been
appo'nted assistant vice president
of FlaRler Federal Savings and
l ii.in Associa
lion
Until her ap
pointmenl by
'he Flagler
'> ard of din c
tois. Mis I'pj
pruch was ,i
sistant branch
manager of the
Vssocia lion's
Biscay ne Plaza
Branch.
Also announc
ed was ihe ap
pointmenl of Harvej Kaplan to
assistant vice president from su
pervisor of the data processing
center of the Association, and Di
id Harris to head teller in the
main office fioni teller with the
Associations downtown office
Sefer Torah
To be Dedicated
A Siyum Hasefer" will take
place at Young Israel of Miami
Beach. 1544 Washington Ave., on
Sunday. Feb. 12. at 2:30 p m
The Torah scroll is being do
nated by Mrs Host- Mchlman. of
Miami Reach, in memory of her
late husband Morris p Mehlman
Bahhi Naftali Ponish w !! offici
ate at the Siyum wh eh will be
followed by refreshments
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K'VICES FRIDAY, FEB. 3rd
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timatelv. will not the "victor) of
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precious little room for faith in
which to breathe and survive
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Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
The Miracle of Instant Book-Publishing Today
w
HEN LINCOLN was assassinated, Ihe
newspapers were full of the st<
nit Ihere were no books about the as
assinal on immediately after Some-
hing like 5.000 books have been written
ibout Lincoln, but most of them came
eiy much later
Within two weeks after New York's
nprecedented power blackout, a book
iul it appeared The Hood was a prettj bis story
everyom Noah and" hi- family was wiped out The
rj was mentioned In the Bible, and archaeologists
n to indicate that then- were fragmentary records
otherwise, bul no separate book waa published aboul it
Probably the publishers fell II had no sex interest and
would not -ell
NO books were written about Washington immediately
alter in- death Even his cook didn't come out with a book.
Oversees Newsletter: By EUAHU SALPETER
The Enviable Role of Gen. Rabin
Jerusalem
PRIME MINISTER and Defense
Minister F.-hkol took the unu-
-ual step of announcing that Gen
Yitzhak Rabin will continue to
serve as ( hief of staff of the Is-
rael Defense Forces beyond the
normal three-year tour of daty ia
that post. The announcement was
in usual because it happened only once before, in
the ease of Gen Dayan. that the Chief of Stafl
Itinued in that P'-st more than three years
There are probably several reasons for Mr
Eshkol's decision in this mater Israel is facing
another critical period along her borders because
Of the announced intention of the Syrians and of
the Egypt-supported Palestine Liberation Movement
Of Ahmed Shukaiiy to start guerrilla type of war
By:
MAX LERNER
Powell Syndrome
THERE ARE TWO quest
aboul 'i e Mam Powell syn
drome one is what kind of dis
ease it is, the other whether the
ire i ii il will prove good
(he fii si ques
Powell has a
that the disease i- so widespread
is that there is no real
,,. i. A i mbei ol commematoia nav
i him in pointing oul thi sleazy standards
her members oi the House, whether on jui
ing, payroll padding, absenteeism or weakness for
Lei him who is without sin, they saj
in eff< the firsl -'
Bul thi tj The fact that the
i morals ol I ongri ssmen are let ribly im
I mid i"i deprive Ibe House leaders ol
righl and dut> to do something aboul making them
less imperfect if you saj thai everyone is guilty
then no one can be guilt)
How lo uii aboul makii lhe Housi uds
less imperfect? The Housi has taken two drastic
.- stripping Powell ol his committee chair
(,,'1 from voting membei ship
pend Did Powell desei ve such
drastic actioi Was he punished a- a Negro who
dared to outdo the white member- at then own
tices, thereb) incurrinj a "lynching" at then
han double standard foi
whites, the other for Negroes?
[| (hi uld be in Washington to
hetl piiit. joining thi
i
Bul 1 cai I believi it tin is uc
N think thai Powell h
k-es it II ;- invoking the slogans
hich he ha- oft
What then has pi to invoke the House
n I- il that he ha- d the moral
I nth than hi fellow
men.I close, but is not quite il W hat
Inion
and Hou i him p New
York aw unto himsi If. on thi bt liel
i i would lai to i eai h h m
the pillar- of the Hou i ind the whole
thing fall to dusl
Powell then ,i- I see him, is by no means the
symbol ol Ihe sickness that afflicts the Amer
.ran policj and it- ethic, but he is a special kind
vmbol because he ha- gone beyond moral
ness to an open contempt for \> esses and
an open d< fiance of them.
But what about the medicine that the House
ha- used to gel at the national sickness which
Powel symbolizes? Here l must draw the lini
tween the two action- of the House The action ol
stripping him of hia committee chairmanship makes
sense to me.
Bul the second lion luding P
from the deliberations and voting oi the House
-'iik.--m. as exceeding!) bad medicim rousl)
conceived and unwisely administered
tare against this country The Government probably
felt that thi- was not the time to make lop-level
Changes in the Defense Fore.- Ml K-hkol pn
ably also preferred to avoid the necessity ol choos
ins between the likely successors (o Gen Rabin.
Bul above all, the extension of the present Chief
of Staffs tour of duty reflects Gen Rabin's overall
success in his job and the harmonious cooperation
between him and Mr. Eshkol. Gen Rabin, a shy in
trovert, is the intellectual type When he took over
lu- post early in 1964. the choice was generally
applauded BS most suitable one for what was
then expected to be the central challenge of the
Defense Forces for the subsequent three years the
procurement and absorption of new, sophisticated
weapons and the training of the officers and men
in then use
However, soon afterward, this task was pushed
into ihe background by the more urgent challenge
oi in.- Arab threat- to divert the headwaters of
the Jordan, to prevent the completion of Israel's
national irrigation project It is understood thai
Gen Rabin had a major -hare in develop;;
strategy ol flexible response to these threat-.
strateio which along with diplomatic action- proved
-., successful that the irrigation project was no! only
com without major border da-he-, bul also
. the deep internal fissions in
the Arai This flexibility ol
il approach to some of Israel perennial
e the hallmark G
Rabin's thinking in the past three yea
Vnother quality which ob' iousty endeared Get
Mr K-hk..i was his unswerving loyalty
p. his bos* No < hief ol Stafl Gen Dayan not
ided had such a influence in de
-, matters as Gen Rabin This is due n
G r Rabin's own qualities Gen Dayan,
imple. had a stronger personalit) than the pn
: But Mr H.r Gurion was more
miliar With d. tense matters and more interested
m both bi probh ms and mil or lech
'ban Mr Kshkol who befort I"
coming Prime Minister dealt with defense mat
lers only from their financial angle Consequently,
Mr K-hkol is understoood lo rely more heavily on
his ( Im! iii Staffs advice than his predeeessoi
cover, what goes for Mr K-hkol, in this
pect. goes also foi hia deputj n< Depot) Mm
i-ter of Defense the man who i- actually in chai
..i the day '" 'lav i unit if thi Defi i Mil
was Shimon Peres He rose from the ranks" in
that Ministr) and dealt also with main ol I
level political aspects ol Israel's securit) affairs,
i.ii ..- the development of close cooperation with
1 i BI
The present Deputy Minister ol Defensi Di
Zm Dien the other hand, "grew up" under
Mr Eshkol's wings in the Ministr) of Finance and
his new post was familiar mostly with the
lent and economic aspects ol national de
\- .. result, Gen Rabin s opii I da) carry
probi p less weight with Mr Eshkol, when il
i the political side ol the issues ii i
if Mr. V th Mr Ben < I u
Today's Thought:
You might have expected Alexander Hamilton.
said to have ghosted Washington's Farewell \
would haw written about his old chief, but he dldn I \
no one wrote a book about Hamilton immediate
the duel in which he was killed It was much later tl
Hamilton got hi- picture on the ten dollar bill.
Coming back to Washington, we mual admit bit
an exception in the ca-e ol the l'ar-on We.-ms btOgrap
of the Father of our countr) Weemi claimed to ha> e o
visited with Washington Weems" book sold very well ai
went on selling for some generattona Weems ha- b.
much criticized for the then\ tree itory its a he. I
critic- say, and he -houldn't ha\e told it Now a :
don't even know whether a President ha- ehei ti
or not.
one of the profitable innovation- in publi-
Thc Day" book- The <^\\ the Vlamo fell, the day Lino
died There is something (hat magnetizes the Imag at
when a great event or movement is telescoped
day We understand oui good friend-, Bernard Postal i
Hem*) Lew. both able writers, are doing a book i "I
Day Israel Was Established "
Capitol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN
Free I \ Rations
Wash 11.
THE ADMINISTRATION has fail
ed lo act effectively at the
United Nation- to end distrilii.
of free IN food rations to
terroi including some gw i
rillas trained in Communist < kria
foi a liberation war
Israel
Washington polio makers bav.
no -v mpath) the A tics. 1 he ti oi
makii lialitu il Ahmed Shukairy s son
Aral e known I I S i
i it the State Di partmi tit still fearf i
i.i" \. ab I les
Statt 11, p.: tment minimizes the \ -
guerrilla threat to Israel Jordan is menaced bj
ten Ihe Department but l-
ovei emotional and in no n al peril
officials debunk the emu I ihe
inn, bv Vrab extremists in the pin-prick infiltra
Department have sought lo explain ur
all) that war is i nill..- i
Viet Nam but Israi ick a
Arab coi mterpart Isi ael is t<
United Nations 1 his adv ice h.
ted bv '
wh.ii thi v di al with Vi. | v
Shukair) has op< that Red Chine
,n th.' Neai East for u-
-t Israel Hi boasted that Irab extremist
in ^vi:.. are rontlnutn | .. p
of sabotage der haraaamenl
I tl United Nat i
ed I-' linsl re-| \ .I.
nternat failed to aul ii
'he p i- that :di tn .
ervers thai A
ican taxi ayi financing
Kli Hussein to
the -am. sul i thai Vineries, is f*^d
in contributions Since the I
. Ibutor tn Ihe t N
and Works \gcnry funds foi the \rah refugi
i- difficult to understand why Ihe UN would i
i-t soldiers in a force leekit
k a UN The \i..b ten i
'heir bases in Syria
By DR. SAMUEL SILVER
The Rhymed Delights of a Clevelander;
QUT IN CLEVELAND, tl
^ named Arthur I Reinthal He part
ol a family which did much to build
up'one of the city lai .:< temples
known as Fairmounl In i I. v. land con
ins are often known by theii
1 mint was once Kuclid.
and there s the Temple on the Hi
and also Park Avenue, and even the a
once headed by the la'. in- Abba Hlllel Silver
who.,, -..n Daniel, has succeeded him; although if- o
im!I> "H Temple, ia known as Ansel Road Temple
When the editor oi the < l.veland Jewish weekly
Mr Reinthal volunteered to till up the i tl
tmn He did so with delightful verse, which reminds
i Nash And Nash ren inds me of Clevela
he late, great Rabbi I introdu.
"'lI '" Sisterhood with the comment that his
verse is like ,i nash, the Yiddish word for in
mi .I il. lights are i I
should lor example m a quatrain called ^
musi \ teenagi i bould be <
to -tn\. for some new ability mastered earn taj
yours, foi example would learn how to drive, Don I
in his w.,v
In another little gem the spriiihtly Mr. Reir
ov.i the woman who reads cookbooks of all
even those from overseas, bul -till confines hei
h.r mother*! recipes Elsewhere be aahrtea scl ,
medical mei J| that group.'' but f. els we
debl of thank- to the anonyaaeaH irrreutor of
Lack n| Kvtdence the pool tell- BjbSMl the BUS "',
drunk 'who Fifth." so they wouldn't coi
thai i- called Mraady'a Lament "
dares How brief its stay, how qaidd] spent,
vi.- call a permanent "
Whimsical though he is, Mr Reinthal can ds I
sentimental wallop In two -elections he pi
who is certainly lucky to have him.


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Miami. Florida, Friday, February 3, 1367
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INTERNATIONAL INAUGURAL CONFERENCE SLATED ON BEACH
$115 Million Bond Drive
To be Opened Here Mar. 2
ilHH.l GROSSINGIR Will BE HONORED PAGE 5 B
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l.ohrman, spiritual leader ot Temple Emanu-El of
. Beach, new head of the Rabbinical Advisory Council
United Jewish Appeal, is shown at the annual meeting
Council in New York together with 'left Charles J.
New Yor- nl of the Israel Education Fund
UJA. and 'right Rabbi Herbert A. Friedman of New
executive vice chairman of the U]A. Dr. Lehrman suc-
Dr. David Golovensky. of Beth E3 Svna^ogue-Center
Rochelle. N.Y.. as !67 chairman of the Couil
anlata Slated Sunday
Vasociat i f Great
will put on i'- m
n in the Sunda)
i 'n : i the Stai -
Miami Bendshell n S
i of Miss Carole MacKen
sted bj Vbraham -I <. 11
telsi niin ation li ectoi
Narration will be bj Rabbi Sol
uiKiii Schiff e ci i uti i
n will include a cantata Rabbinical Association
le "f Hopt ii [hi r\iii m.in
.' ill mi ludi Max Upscl
\ i -pn
.i if Bel
The 1'HiT campaign for the world
wide salt I SI 19 000 000 in SI iti
of Israel Bonds will be formall)
launched .it an intei nal ional in-
augural conference to be held .it
the Fontainoblcau Hotel from
Thursday. Mar 2 through Satur
da) Mai 4 ii was announced b>
I>i Joseph i Schwartz vice pres
Ident "i the Israel Bond Organiza
lion
The three da) Isi ael Bond
ce will bring together more
than 3,000 community leaders from
the i nlted States ( anada and
other countries of the free world
They will met to consider Is-
rael's increased reliance on Is-
rael Bonds in the coming year
and draft a campaign program
which will mobilize the invest-
ment resources required to help
finance Israel's economic devel-
opment qoals in 1967, according
to Dr. Schwarti.
Samuel Rothber :. "f Ppoi ia HI
w ho -i i \ es as national 11
chairman <>i the Israel Bond Oi
sanitation, will be cha the
inaugural conference, winch will
celebrate the 19th anniversar) "i
the State ol Israel
Noting that 1967 will also
the 16th anniversary oi the
lishment ol th< Isi ael Boi d drive
in the United States, I>i Schwartz
commended Rothberg foi making
outstanding contributions ,i> .1
founder and lead
In accepting the chairmanship
of the eonti rence, Rothbei g ex
pressed the hope that the three
da) "i -' ons here w ill pro* ide
;i strong rallying point t"i greatei
Israel Bond activit) in 1967
During the new yeai Roth
bei. said, the Israel Bond
paign must broaden it- role as .1
pivotal source ol economic life foi
Last year Israel Bond sales
were approximate!) S91 WO 1
reci rd goal "i II 15,000 0 1
hern established foi the \'-'~i cam-
to help Israel meet 29
'.' mi rease in
ineni bud 1 the comu
The worldwide Israel Bond
campaign for 1967 will be for-
mally inaugurated at a gala din-
ner on Saturday evening. Mar 4.
The first phase ol thi
conference will be the laun
of the drive ol the Isi
Dh isioi
will take place at a lunchei
Thursday, Mar 2. in the I >l
the world pi i '.
Israel B< on Show
Jan Peerce chairman ol II
-ion will preside
Second Talk
Dr \ .
liver his se
rates before the
: \ciuit Education
in .1 in in Wasl
1234 Washington Ue
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Friday
Megiddo Award Going to MiamianT
Five oraduate alumni of the Hebrew Theolog-
ical College, Skokie. 111. are now serving as
spiritual leaders in the Jewish community
here. Shown with Dr. Simon G. Kramer
(fourth from left', president of the College, are
'from left) Rabbis David Lehrfield. Congrega- 'See story. Page 9-A.
tion Kneseth Israel; Avrom L. Drazn. Israel
ite Center; Naftali Porush, Young Israel Mi-
ami Beach, and Greater Miam: Hebrew Acad-
emy; Berel Wein. Beth Israel Ccngreqation;
Shmaryahu Swirsky. Beth Jacob Congregation.
50 Years for Beth David
Miami's oldest congregation. Beth David, will soon celebrate
50 years 0f continuous sen-ice to the Jewish communit} of Miami
Plant have been made for a uahi celebration on Sundav
Mar. 5. in Spector Hall of the synagogue, 2625 su 3rd \\-'
The Golden Jubilee patron's dinner dance will featun Ma
Malkin's orchestra Joseph Milton is chairman of tl
committee planning the affair
Molasky to Receive Seminary Award;
Reception in His Honor Scheduled Feb. 12
\l. .; ; i \-.v .i-,l of tl iean

Ml
:its in the Ham S
Trim 'i the .Vhnnii
t on rhuraday, Pen
Plata Motel
tccord lack S Ropiek
presi leni Ihi South l-'ioi ida
of the Hel
i -it\ !:. rnard Cherrtek, will
i m make the pn -
Mi and Mi- Hi
kel, Dr and Mrs David
Mi .m I Mi s Baron do
Mrs
Leonai i Ro
The Klein* art sponsors of tht
Truman Center with a 91ft of
SoO.OOO and the others are all
among the initial 36 founders
who contributed SI00 000 each
toward "man's first attempt to
approach peace as a discipline 1
for study and research within
the structured curriculum of a
great university.''
lation will he nude at a
lunch* be attended bj
judges of Great-
er Miami, uitd Judge Harold B
n an 1 <>
' Rhep
ard B lanley C M
\\> .mi 1- j medal
f an enla pd Impression of
an am m m Mi 1 rent al datui
lurj 1:1 E found at
!* is ba im awarded to
porti
: vision and gener
osity in the 1
praoe '
Bank Names Fenton
a. 1. mousyy
DR. SAMSON Wf/SS
Orthodox Leader
To be Speaker
At Beth Israel
Rabbi Dr. Samson R. Weiss, ex-
ecutive vice president of the
Union of Orthodox Jewish Congre-
gations of America, will be guest
lecturer at Beth Israel Congrega
tion on Thursday evening, Feb
16. at 8:30 pm
His lecture, part of the syna-
gogue's annual Torah Thoughts
Lecture Series, will be on The
Quest for Jewish Identity "
Rabbi Weiss was founder of the
hivath Beth Vehudah in De-
Mich., and former national
of the National Council
of Young Israel
H" has recently completed a
1 service with the Union
' I Of Amei
";i 3.000 Ortho-
les in North ,\ ,
lecture will take place m
the synagogue's Harrj \ Schwarb
Auditorium, and will be roll
bj .1 question and answer pi
1 freshments
Samuel Priadland, chairman of
the board of Temple Emanu El of
Miami Beach and a member of the
board of directors of the Jewish
Theological Seminary of America,
will host a reception and cocktail
party at 3 p.m.. Sunday. Feb. 12.
at the Eden Roe Hotel, in honor
of A J Molasky. vice president
of Temple Emanu-El and a recipi
ent-to-be later this month of the
Seminary's National Community
Service Award.
Guest speaker at the gathering
will be Theodore C Sorensen. for
mer special advisor to the late
President Kennedy and author of
the current best-selling Kcnncdv
biography.
Special guests will be Dr. Ber-
nard Mandelbaum, recently in-
stalled as new president of the
Seminary, and Dr. Irving Lehr-
man, spiritual leader of Temple
Emanu-El.
Friedland said that the party on
Feb. 12 "will provide a special, in
timate occasion for the main
friends f \ ,| Molask) who want
to pas him tribute prior to the
bestowing ol the award, and to
is their own appreciation of
[he devoted, k wnil.n
he has perfo for the n
worthwhile institute ns and ...
in his home communit) "
Molasky [a a member ol the
' of governors of the
Miami Jewish Federation 1 .
on the Federation campaign cab
met and is a trustee of the Fed
eratmn. lie has annually been 1
chairman of the Federation Weal
view Federation Daj
In Si Louis, Molask;
ated with the Masons and Elk-
Mr and Mrs Molask) have been
residents f Miami Beach since
1953. when he retired from the
president of a large chain of
super market- in Missouri and
Illinois
Vrthur ll chairman
the I I f J .
anh of Miami Beach hai
ed (he pled in of David
Ion to the board of d n
Fenton is a partner in the firn
.-id Muskat, Reall II.
is .1 graduate of Rutgers I'niver
member of the New Jeraej
Bar. and past pi. .,,) !luv
' the Miami Beach Board of
Realtors
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MID WINTER MEETING SET ON BEACH
Israel Envoy at His tad rut Confab
AMBASSADOR ARNON
inmetx Will
ad Program
Miami V
nmetz, of North Miami,
appointed program di
: the YM and WHA ol
i it was annoui
i- ask<. presidenl of the
ii>ih< 1/ mmt i'M-\iouslj
. tor foi the "
(l Miami Beach brain hes
BWURiej .i long unfilled
. thi Y
i rngram director, Steinmeti
mate the total program
. i ncy This Includes sen
ered tn th- Miami Beat h
" Count) branches, us
the central facilit) n
I fraim H Gale executive
[ of (he Greater Miami V
ii \i was horn in Tel A\ i\
i came i<> the U S as
l He attended schools in
and receh ed his l' \
\i -hiva University, where he
m captain of the basketball
i ceived Mastei de
ii social work, also al Yev
ii,- .' m i ved in the U.S \'\<
h I once was stationed at
i i VFB in Miami He now
Donna, and two
i: Dennis ami Scott, at
in \\\ nth PI No Miami
hliner Cantor
Aqudath Israel
Matus Radzivilovei well
j I'.u licipated in
In
i n Saturda) mornii
i Israel Hi brew li> titute
hi pun inrr "i Voids n,
i L'antoi i.. n ilover was
the ue choir
i ii i) nf six rhe < i
J fm him Mai interrupted
with 'in- Nazi occup
!
Kt few years thi
forced to run from town
..... i hni
ten without !.!
r\entuall) to esi
i< ri States w here he was
ii
i referred to as the
k' tier I i l antor
i : has appeal ed
inadi Mi nieo and Is
is particular!) famous
-Kin oi "Vohlin,
'.i Vrnoi \\
i i for thn
dm ing which his nenl t.i-h
.i positive rel itionship w ith
most "i \: i tea's new l> emci
will !" ; spealtei
at the second annual international
mid w mil r con fen
Histadrul I >i velopmenl Found,
in Miami I'm a< li
The conclave, expected to attract
500 Jew i u communit) Ii a lei -
from thro I I United
will
pld Fi b 2
I lot eI A i
nci '' is |e joint I'
I William ll Sylk ol Philadel
Vmerl
M B oot i. Id. of Mon-
treal, < .' chail man ol the
Hi-'.uliut Foundation
Arnon now srves at Consul
General of Israel in New York
achites Win
lit Awards
at iosv the hall neighbors
i awards b) thi- Small
I Development Center a
Ision of thi- ,-inti povet t) pro
pi i"i meritorious volunteer
" a luncheon al the Seville
el i ii sda)
Recipients of the awards were
|vin Bender and George Wol
who both live al tin- Terrace
rers Apartments on Bella Isle
hn- was thi- third award for
I In recent months The,
pious awards were for volun-
wort with the Mental Health
et) and the United Nations
Ociation of Miami Beach.
City, and is considered one of
his nation's most eloquent
spokesmen. He was patron of Hi
Ambassador'* Ball in rAtami
Beach in December, 1965, upon
his transfer from the Ghana as-
signment to the United States.
Born in Viet na. Au i 1925
Arnon moved to Israel al the .i->
i ducated in Tel Avh and
i' l ondon lim pr*it> fa
School of International Affairs the
formei Ambassadoi was on the
he Ji i ii-
I
1945 until
'
d goveri enl I was
appointed press officer and spokes
man foi the Ministry of Foreign
Affairs. ,, position he held until
1951
His in >t app iii tn enl ab
u as ,ii i he En I assj "t I
I i mdon \ ftei three ) Gi eat
in, he 1i tii l-1 .a .
in I9S9 and IBM I was din
ol the 1st ael Govei nmenl Pre -
Office m Jerusalem Foi the nexl
five yeai s. he served as counseloi
in charge of press and Infi
tmn of the Israel Embassy in
Washington, D.( and then re
turned for i yeai 'r' Israel as
director of the Information Divi
ion of the Ministrj foi l i
Affairs befon named Am
sadoi to i,liana
The mid m inti r con
launch the ighth year ol the
Foundation's efforts to s<
ian.r comn itments to I
through bequi -' a< enl
insurance, trusl
ol propert) and other pro rams
Begun in Miami Beach at the
suggestion of Histadrut honor-
aiy chairman, Rabbi Leon Kren-
ish, the Histadrut Foundation to
date has raised more than $8,-
000,000 for support of such activ-
ities as the medical centers, vo-
cational schools, youth centers,
homes for the aged and svna-
oo-iups established in Israel by
Histadrut.
Plai

tel i
i .
ational scl I
Histadi ut Co
Cireati r Miami
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Mrs. Grossinger Will Get Award
At Sponsors "^Jewish Floridian
\\ y [d Temple Ner Tumid
. | i with M S Pi r'm in "nd
and Mis. Paul Wilson (left), cochc.r-
p will b i *sponsible lor ad
1- -> Reliqicus School. February
in N.te" on Saturdav evening, Feb.
m. Sidney Goib ;s chairman of social
I | on is Rabbi Fuqene Labovitz. spiritual
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Mi and Mi Joseph H\ n an,
'hirago, celebrating their wed-
. anniversary there on F
v. th< festivities
bt son Sam Hj man, and
, ii. m. ai d daughtei Hi
i I ields, all Chicagoans, and
star i<
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Mr li>man i
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include Hi" int<
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tit ..i liar than < m>. etc i but
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parents Mr and lira William
Jackman, and two young ladies
now lo he addressed is "Aunt."
Judj .muI Rorx-rta Jackman
Sam Seitlin attended the hri> in
New York for hi< fmnth grand
son, lint left there without his
Sylvia who wsnted I i gel better
acquainted with Bab) Jeffrey
l<\ the time June rolls
sround the new parents and heir
will be leaving New York lo
heir home here again
u., pt thi new
hild will !' Mrs
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nternationa
Lunch Here
Mi s Jennii Gi noted
philanthi npisi I civic and
munal Ii ader, ill be fjue -t ol '
or '* .hi international Spo
luncheon hi Id under the an-;
of the National Women s Div
of the Israel Bond Organization .>'
lie Fontainebleau Hotel .it noon,
Thursday I'< b it>
Mrs Avraham Harman, Ion
chairman of the executive board
ii the United Nations International
Children s Emergent^ i' ind lUNI
CEF), snd wife <>f the Israel \
bassad u lo the United States, will
be .i s" cial guest
rhe event, u hich ill be hel
conjunction with the I9B7 Inter
national inaugural conference for
Israel Bonds, was announced here
bj Mrs .lan Peerce, National Worn
ins Division chairman Sponsors
are women who each yeai invest
a minimum f Sl.ooii in Israel
Bonds
Mrs Peerce, who will pres
pointed out that the luncheon will
focus attention on the official open
ing of a campaign t'>: the world
wide sale of S11S million in State
oi Israel Bond- during 1967
will l' official!) launched In
a three-da> inaugural conference
beginning Thursday Mai -
One "f the highlights of the
- n lunchi "ii m ill be I
lion ol the Eleanoi R
Humai im< \ A.ud to Mrs fj
n n- which benefil mank
Mrs Peerce explained thai the
aw ai il m a b) i hi I-i ael
: Organization in rooperatio
with the Roosevi ilj I' is
lly to a do/en men
and women throughout the i
ii\ tin iln ii devotion to the cause
Friday. Febiuaiy 3. 1967

MKS. JtNNIt GKOSSINGIR
of humanity in th" spil It if E
or Roosevelt." she added
Mi Harman, w ho w ill addn --
ovei l.tMK) women at the Spoi
luncheon, will participate in cen
monies that will introduce the
ltMi" Sponsor pin, which a> de
signed and treated bj Jacqu
lJpschitz, world renovt 11 d
tor Each pin has bei n prod
under the personal supervisioi
Mr Lipschitz and beai the .i I
own signature Into the cl
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receive
-or i ins ea liamond hki
nates them
Sponsors 1 hi vi SOO Neget -
uned w ith Ne :e\ tur
quoise while the n SI 0 10
oi pin consists ol Mi I ip
chitz's bai de
Southgate
Unit Dines
Southgate Group i I
held ip
n the
iace Room ol So
Guest speakei was r
M: Joseph Sha| ho
pi i sented dip) i i
of the leadership
In chai bei hip
Mrs Ida Hit kson and Mr
5| ack. eye t i k Mrs
Chassin; blue boxc Mrs 1
Radin
On Sunday, Feb 19 startii .
7 30 i> m the Southgate Pli
will appear in the Hibisi .
pie
The plaj lo be pi -< nted
been written b> Mrs II
Schwartz, who will also d
irmance assisted bj Mrs
i> Kramer
Mrs Berl If
of tickets
Funds Wil
Help Variety
Hospital Defic

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Iren s Hospit
out economic lai i
Mrs Ma.-k .
and Mrs Bill Gn
chairman is Mr* our
i it hers on the commi li i
Mrs \ N !.. I Mi
l-'i iedman and Mrs Ii in (
Harry 'allege I'ulHire Serle*
... PRESENTS
The National Ballet
Under the direction of Frederick Franklin
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 5
8:15 P.M.
In Barry College Auditorium
11 SOO N.E. Second Avtnu*
General Admission MOO Reserved Seats %5.00
FiMwt Atti action*:
National Players
Saturday. February 11 at 2:30 The Merchant ol Venice
Sunday. February 12 at 1:15 Ailstophan..' Th< Birds
General AMsslon $2.00 tesertd Saati $100
Special Student Group Rates
CALL BAMY COLLEGE CULTURE SERIES OFFICE
7SI-4411 FOR RESERVATIONS
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Friday. February
Internationally-Known Artists Featured
At Beth Sholom Festival Opening Feb. 1)1
Frank Branca, director ct the Children's Cen- child at the Center. Looking on ere (left to
ter. accepts a SI.000 check from Mrs. Richard right> Misses Bobb- Ann Ossip and Audrey
Bernard, philanthropy vice archon of Phi Borok, co-chairmen of the fashion show; Mis.
Sigma Sigma Alumnae of Greater Miami. The Myles Eaton, archon of the Miami Alumnae
funds, which were raised through the Phi Sig Chapter; and Mrs. Robert Rosen, grand
annual fashion show have been designated archon.
for n scholarship for an emot.onally-disturbed
Women's League
Leader to Talk
At Beth Moshe
The Beth M will
>> honor* d Fi ida> night 15 p m .
at B th M ishe Temple
Sisterhood is a member ol the
National Women's League of the
United Syi a \ sue of Ami
which i< celebrating it< jubilee
and has close to l'ihi ooo mem
bers in over 800 Sisterhoods
throughout the L'nited States, and
in Canada, Mexico and Puerto
Rico
airs. Burton Strait will deliver
rln- president's message and grei I
Mrs Arthur .! Brown, president
le Florida Branch of the Na
tional Womei league will intro
si speakei. Mrs Milton C.
pic ill be
Desi i ;
Mrs l ippitz i- a p;it national
vice pn sident and is cui n
>< nm. .1- coordinator of nat
. s Shi
nej in the State of Illinois
i ho "I of
An-h
The Sisterhood will hostess the
Shabbal following the sen
H isenfeld is rah
hi at Beth M
The n itioi . Florida Branch was lo meat on
MRS. MILTON UPPITl
Thursda> evening, Feb 2, at I
pie Beth Shalom, Hollyu
Mrs Milton Mi'i Sisterho id
president, and members
act a- hostesw
Mrs Milton C Uppitz was
discuss 11.ui-iii m and Tradi
tion "
\ enda for the evening was also
to include Educatii n I>.i\ report,
for < ombined Campa
affair, and spi rence |
Flower Show
Due on Beach
At Beth Raphael
Fourth annual M ami r..
flower ihow will be hi i Fel
l to 9 ii m an 12 10
a in in it p m ii
Garden l enter. 2000 Cen-
Dr., .Miami Beach
Mi--;, i >| S| |, ;|,
theme for the -how. jointly spon-
sored b> the Miami Beach Tropic-
al, Palm Hibiscus Star Islands
Mount Sinai Hospital Gi
Clubs
The show committee is headed
by Mrs Joseph V Then, general
chairman; Mrs Edwin It D,
executive vice chairman: Mrs Hal
r> Ahlman, Mrs Mark c irlin, and
Mrs Rose Garth, vice chairmen;
and club presidents, Miss Jeanne
Canard. Mrs Ben Lond, Mis Hai
r> Shubin and Mis c Boykin
Reese
uary will be c for lhe Beth Dav,d Uh.
Fkuuuna Library : cre
Mrs. Melvin Rosenbaum, librarian; Mrs. Albert Beer
library chairman; Rctbi Sol M. Landau, spiritual leader- and
Harrv Pop' Simons, founder, whose name the library bears
Exhibited recenl book acquisdions will be viewed durina the
Oneg Shabba: reception.
Cultural Club
Oneg Shabbat
Michl Gibson, ol the Yiddish
ill be f. atured artist at
the Oneg Sh ibbi cd b\
the David Pinski Cultural Club on
Fridaj evening at 842 Wahin
Ave
A talk on -Der Vilner Gaoan
will he iitf( red bj I ouis I .i
lecturer, and Ben Vomen, ch
directoi will lead communal
ing
Abraham Fikosol i- chaii
Farband Branch
Mlnr I'm., and Medicare w
discussed at the -
meeting '.,., u
Branch Farband, on Tut
p m a' \v hington F< .ii ral
Mi.....ille Dr
Guest speakei will be Joi |>h I'
ith a i :
-music by
BILIV
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Two international!) known art
i*ts will lea'iii e Beth Sholom -
Festival ol the Arts concert pio
tram tHi- yi
Joan Fii Id, iolinisl
ied In Michele Le> in, vt ill pi
a twilight recital on Sundi
noon. Feb 1". .it 4 p m and on
Sunda) Apr Hi at 4 p m
- N'aruni famous cellist will
give a cello recital.
In addition, alter i the
concerts, there will i>e ,i preview
of art exhibits
on Feh 19, Jacques Wolfe em
ment composer and ph >tO| i iphei
will show contemporary porti
in pi hy, dedi the
fine talents in art and musii
the Mian i an a He calls in. show
i ontemporai y Portrait \ I
Color" and he will show 29
the
comn
1
On

The B lh S
when thi l ned a> a
cultural sen
On Sal 2] ihi
w.i- formall) d< as 1
I.owe Levinaon Art Galler} l>>
Rabbi Leon Km' ish -;:: itual Ii ad
er ot Beth Sholom, at a s|
ceremony in the sanctuary, notini
the generosit) ol Mr and Mrs Al
Vin B Lowe and Mr and M
Mrs. Kozloff
Will Host Home
Birthday Party
ii. ; Miami V Vn<
iary, Jewish Hem,- foi tl. \
will lhe next moi I

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Mrs I aw rence Silvei Au\
iliarj
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paj spei ial I
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Mrs. Bi ;
Mich .who Is lhe un
son in her Miai B.
hostii

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Mrs .,- m...
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will I
Ales Levinaon ho have
j possible
Mi- Dai d Drucki
of Beth Sholoi \
Committi
following committi |
lom w imi n I- in chai
cocktail receptions w hii I
low i ach ol the functi
Mesdames J<
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Lighte. Marvin Marx, Da'
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in Sat .11 28, with a din-
I i i >iplomal i Dun
i i lub Hostess wore a
1 ngth "f '-"iii. and
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Mai ried in Baltimore .< hall
11 < couple came
I ml \\ \ a tell
i [hen three sons,
, 1.1. San Si mlej and ten
| tildren ^till live In
i i were all here
ip once 'i life event
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listoi
Mr and Mi -
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Mi and Mrs
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dome foi
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Robert W oductioi
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Holly* n press
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lit nominations for then
i*n Globe awa
MR. AND MRS. JOf RUBIN
li will be ,i 43rd wedding am i
verearj for I il\ and Irving I
i k this weekend The pop
ul.ii maestro and spouse will be
feted bj thPir mam friends on
Satu in,.
Hotel Home from California
for the occasion will be theii
son. Eli, and family, and daugh
\ o attending will be Mi
Mm Uie u agner, prex> al
Haphai-I. Hhere P etrai k serves
a- ei tcrtainmenl chairman .
The Howard Golds, of Ki j Lar-
. o n ah n an oc a ion ol her
birthdaj bj
t\ ii. Marathon recent!) \,\ I
; i the i vening. the
iple four daughtei Shirley,
Gloi i Ireni and i lei 11
\ i I deb, I iza Joj.
added to the famil; ol Diai i i
and Mm :t\ Rubin ol So Miami
I'' bi h, lo round out Hi
which includes M
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Mitzxah '.i ; i)
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active oral Gableites have too
ii) communit) affairs cominti
along i" I'll, ei Lee is a
ni i'i< Mm ', wish
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.ind ni Temple Zion Sisterhood
Tom Adams At
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The afternoon activit) h.i-- been
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Mrs ; of the
resident cf the Hebrew Andemv's
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Friday. February 3. 1967
7>
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We
the
Women
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
married woman ol two years with a three
and a half-month-old babj and married to a rabbi at the
same time is not an easj challenge, but Devera Richter
takes ii in stride Her deep dimples, sparkling eyes and
the exciting catch in her voice a- she talk-, tell her listener
that the loves even minute of
being a wife, a mother and a reb
betzin Devera, daughter of .lack
and Katie Dermis, and now the
wife hi Rabbi Harold Richter, of
Congregation B'nai Raphael, was
bora in Pittsburg and moved to
Miami when she was three
DtVtKA
Devera attended the Hebrew
Academy, Nautilus Elemental*}
and Miami Beach High School
Dancing lessons had to stop when
they Interfered with Hebrew
School, but activities in sports,
especially tennis, could h- slipped
in anywhere Brought up In a i on
servative home, Devera adored
everything about the religious
emonies in her temple and her home She was always the
one in light the candles and put them in the window
Even at an earl) age, Devera would day dream about
being the wife of a rabbi she was active in B'nai B"rith
Girls and I SY at the same tune that her twin brother,
David, was president, and she was secretary \ttei two
years of taking an education course at St Petersburg
Junior C he returned to Miami, where -he worked
a- a teller in a hank and went to the University Ol Miami
at night At the same time, she wa- advisor to the B'nai
H nth Girls Then she decided to go back to college ti
her decree It was at this time she met her dream rabbi.
and two years auo got a marriage degree Instead of a
degree in education
Two years of marriage i- V*rj Short, |USI a -tarter,
hut theyv'e packed a lot into these two years The Kichter-
like to travel Their first vacation was a 9.000 mile motor
trip seeing the country
The mountains intrigued Devera, particular!) since she
was mainlj used to seeing the flat land of Florida Since
thej keep a Kosher home, a lot of cooking was done in
the car or prepared at places where the) -topped Then
along came the baby. Joseph R. When he was two and a
half months old. they packed him up and went off on a
4.000 mile motor trip He was a great traveler, and they
are now looking forward to many more trips
Devera ha- the trait most needed in a rebbetzin She
loves people lines the whole congregation in fact Her
deep feeling for her religion makes her participation in
her husband s calling a genuine part of her life Now that
the baby is so young, its a little difficult to continue with
one of her hobbies, tennis. Discussion groups and Sister
hood participation rate top priority But at the wonderful
rate children grow these days, it wont be long before
Devera is right in the middle of everything that is going
on in her congregation and her community as well as
on the tennis court
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Judith Kotzen,
Anthony Lyon
Married Jan. 28
The former Judith Lynn Kot/en
and Anthony Richard Lyon ex-
changed marital vows on Saturday,
Jan 28, at the Kontainchleau Ho
tel The 7 p m ceremony, conduct
ed by Rahhi Mayer Abramowitx,
was followed b) a reception at the
Ik tel
Foi tin' wedding, the bride wore
an elegant semi-sheath candlelight
peau de sole gown featuring a
headed alencon lace bodice with a
scalloped neckline and a kahuki
sleeve The removable tram termi
nated in a flowin : chapel train A
matching peau pill bo\ headpiece
held the triple tier of French il
lii-inn and matching gloves com
pleted the olltllt The hlldal hull
quet wa- a cascade of butterfl)
white roses highlighted with white
orchids and flowing streamers with
hly ol the valley
Honor attendants were Barbara
Turchin and Mrs Ja> Kot/en
Bridesmaids included Mr- ii
l'.i ai i ami Berse, Ra)na Block,
Mrs Michael dntt and Susan Sn)
dei man
Daughtei ol Mr and Mrs Bei
nard Kot/en. 7548 Adventure
Ave. new Mr- l>on i- a graduate
; of Miami Beach High, attended the
University of Miami, and l- en
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in Washington. I) (
The bridegroom is a graduate
of s,-dwell Huh in Washington,
D.C., and the I niver.-ltv of Miami
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Siegal
The bride-elect 1- .1 iuniot at I
On i versit) ol Miami where she 1-
majorin^ in seconder) educal
Her fiance 1- the son ol Mi
Mr- Saul s Siegal, of Chici
Hay Harbour winter residei t- Sov
a memhor of the Coast Guard Ri
serves, he 1- a graduate ol the
I'nivei sit) of Miami and att<
the universit) graduate school
A May wedding 1- planned
the couple
w i,
MRS. ANTHONY WON
Hi- fraternity is Tau Epsilon Phi
Son ol Mi- David Klee \'i u N 01 k
City, and Arthur T I von. Wash
n, I <" he and hi- bride will
live at 244.". Lyttonsville Rd Sil
ver Sprinp. Md.
Serving as host man was Jaj
Martin Groomsmen included the
bride's three brothers, Jaj Kotzen,
Richard Kot/en. Dr Sti hi K \
en. Lawrence Dubb ami Budd)
Berkley
Steve Horowitz,
Bride Honeymoon
A Saturda) e\ening 1 eren 01
.Ian 28 united Nick: .,.,
ter of Ml ai i Mrs Ii > Suss
man 8.Mf.l S\V 80th !
Steve Charles H010m.it/ a: thl Si
Vllle Hotel, where a reception in
honor of the ncwlvwed- followed
Rabbi Alfred VYaxmat ifl ated
Km the nuptial-, the bridi K
lected a wt\ of candlelight satin
with long sleeves "!'
.md earned .m arrangement
ol white orchids and itephai
Roberta Sussman served a- maid
of hoi
A graduate of Miami Huh new
Mrs HorOWitl attend,,! the I'm
versit) of Florida, earned j d<
m education from the 1 nivei sity
of Miami, and i- now teaching.
Ilei sororit) 1- Alpha E psi Phi
Son of Mr and Mr- I>av: 1 Hoi
owiti, :<2u 189th Ter. the bride
m, an attorne) I-...- both a BS
and .. ha degree from the 1 1
sit) of Florida, an I.I 1! from the
university's law scho il ..1 1 .1 Mas
tei degree in ta \ew
"i ork I'niversit) He is .. mi
i)f Alpha Epsilon l'i
I'i.i Alpha l'
Alpha Kappa I-
nit)
Vttendants
l Robi 11 B;
nee 1.1 ntile III
man, \:.,' I K.lt/
Mr Horowitz and hi- bride hon
' i in N.c--au
Elliott Bernsteins
Exchange Vows
At Emanu-EI
Temple Kmanu Fl Served a
setting for the marriage of I
cine .1 Goldstein and Elliott Y
Bernstein on Saturday evenin;
Jan 28 Dr lr\in-j Lehrman ai
Rabbi Leon Kronish officiated .
the double line eeiPtnony
For the nuptials, the hrido woi
\ shi.....ii own of Frenrh
in -oft i\nr> with reenbroi
ered alencon lace covered witl
hand embroidered seed pearls
d< tachable cathedral train ad
In appliqued border ol aaatchii
and peail-. and a French sill
illusion mantilla edged in 0
ihl; lace and seed pearls, complete
the ensemble .loan Liebi
ed as hlldal attend.lit
Best mar to the jumn wa
Schwartz, and ushers 1
eluded Steven Goldstein brotl
of "lie bride .leiiv and D01
Bernstein, brothers of the
\rthur Itskowiti Richard \
Michael Margolis Jamie Barl
and Jerr) Douglass
\ blue and white recepl 11
formal dinnei at the Fontaineblea
Hotel followed the ceremony
Daughter of Mr .md Mr- s
Goldstein. 1311 Wth s-
Mi- Bernstein 1- a graduate
M ami Beach Seni u Huh. ha-
degree in elementar) educatu
from the L'niversit) of Miami
is now teaching In Sabal Palm F
tarj School
The bridegroom 1- a graduate
Miami Senior Hiiih and the 1
versit) of Miami, where he n
I in accounting He 1- a me
bet of Tau Epsili Phi and I'
Alpha Delta legal fi stern tie- 1
1- the -nr of Mrs Meyei Korn
Miami < d Morris Beinstein
New York Cit) and grandson
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f^ACE l >;i I n I " can Cancer Societj
Mill it- Fete du Sol
lunch "ii and fashion
-h im Feb 3 in the Grand
I oi tainebleau
ii iti h mi Numbei One
m thi t-in I he annual affaii
i- n of Burdine i
Fa !
in I m is Mrs David
N I an i ihe has announced
thai bi it) n ception will be
held a ir. in the Jade Prom
designers who
will b in attrndanre art- Brif
tl d signet for "Fete du
ho ii .i ot) Award
\* mm The w innle," for beat
a!i round deal il coats niita,
tii.--, and beachwear The ju
rj cit '. hi read tor revolution
\:i.i'i lean worn
beach and f"i the moat
femii iooi 11 clothes evei
ed the Inter
Sil in National
First Italian
1": .! sportw i ai
desi ii .i Ii Del
l- Art I It. it the Palazzo
H
QRIG^NCE. to hit tri.
** ii- m, v b >:n in W
Tex -" lied Paris jnd after
overs*. arm; >. was intro
duceo v !<-an fa-hion l>
Lord i lav theii own d%
lit i |< i to use over
si7e patterns etrica, large
norall and Started the trend fin
raixini patterned fabrics togethei
nucIi chacki and tripes'
Among othei I it> Award win
ners designs will in- >hown
are N. luco. ot Guy D Monte
Strdtfield, of Strega; and Victoi
Joris, 4 i ..it Unique
print- the V: Nino collection
will .. -o b itured These
prints ere inspired b> the II'.M
urnku mod be inventions
of l ardo tj \ inei.
A edal Ce entitled
Sanda in th Sun will feature
the Bernardo sandal.- "Thongs,'
which i u ; ipular today and
plaj buch an important part in
the elegant wardrobe of f.i>hion
conscious womei were practical
K unknown in tl Unerican fash
ion i ire until the earl) 'SO's
Cpec al for suntans
i this pro
duel i Gi M inteil Be
i cosmetics.
Miss ti i ed an undis
puted .ace be Pai la haute
i tutun She I thai women
w"i l> i lipstick which
mon than ol bed with the
costui oloi hen she launch
cd i lipsticks at a
majoi hi n a they created
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when planes and angles lake
the nqht curve. Bnga:.
desicner wh^se dr.:
of prints first birr,
tin splash to sw.mwear.
calls this outfit from his new
amphibious' collection
"whirlpool." The designer
will be a guest of honor at
the 1967 "Fete du Soleil." The
knit suit. S18. and matching
cotton pique sheath S26. are
from Buidme's.
.i sensation, ami she gave up her
designing career to concentrati
on cosmetics
Mrs K iberl M Moi gan is
chan man of tickets, which i I
from $7 to $15 for runv
IiOui-e Rohner, author of Du
orcee's Handbook .- among the
guests She is n arket ana yst to
II.union Knits
Sheila Parness
Will be June Bride
Of Ronald Gaby
Mr and Mrs Max A i
3251 su ::-! si ha I
the e "nt of theii dau jhtei
Sheila Rae I Roi al I Gi soi I
Mr and Mr- Irving Gab 1321
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Hei fiance Is a Mi
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ward a Mastei -
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marriage, and she. too, "ill work
towards a Mastei ii bio -:>
Susan Schlein
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Mr and Mrs Davi I Scl
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Siivan Lee. to H lid Sti R
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+Jenist> fhrkliftti
Friday, February 3. 1967
. ^/4voui jtcod/c and / lace* .
A CAY LONG TO BE REMEMBERED
'. i f Mrs Phyllis Garber, wel
ed his sistei Deena from New Vork ami his
. Marj Garber, from Philadelphia
rhi to in lp him celebrate the daj
. ivh< n hi
;'i (he touching ceremony, luncheon was
Feldman, Aunt
d Mrs Robert Foreman and
'.i aded kids Mr and Mrs
Josi VI l! >l Mr. and Mrs
ii nd Mrs Robert ( hi
and Mrs. Fn er. Mr and Mrs Herman
Mrs Bernard \ui.
.in. Mr and Mrs Edwin A Op
pent* mi. Mrs Si Miss Elsie Schwabe,
Mrs he i man Mi I Mrs
Wexler M Abraham
S Lewis, Miss Edna Heller,
Mrs Ethel i Idstein.
Rul ;. '
Mei. 11 istman.
NEOPHYTE
W4KL1. Kissing Lovel) Ladies, veti
hai radio Mai Williams, showed the
- in h Shack Mai ino Island to
4C01 cwly indocl h
She listened in ti
dead band It was the first time she said,
This i- WB* OP
AMY'S WINTER WONDERLAND
Outside the Diplomat Countrj Club was
white sled, deep i and a tall accordionist
in white i. a high white hat kepi playing,
"Once in Love With Am) Bj the nine you en
tered, it was evident that the part) was in honor
ii Amy. who had jusl been Baa Mitzvah, given
bj her parents, Paula and Harrj Singei \m>
and her mother were in Identical white lace
-. Am) s short and Paula's, long Amy's
friends had their dinnei in Am) a igloo, set up
ii riu- tables looked
and snow balls
The older M't had jusl as grand a time Rabbi
Kronish deserted his wife, Lillian, in order
to dd > hora with Jackie Gleason \r oi
Mrs Emil Morton, Mr and Mrs
Jack ^ lunj Mi and Mrs Alex Manson, Mi and
Mrs Harr) Mufson, Mi and Mrs Harold land
fii Id Mr and Mrs Morris Landsburg Mr and
Mrs Samuel Halperin, Mr and Mrs Irving Cow
an. Arthur Godfrey. Sheila McRae Mi and Mrs
Saul l Lerner is better known a-
June Taylor Mr. and Mrs Ralph Scheei and
Mr and Mrs Philip Schifl it was a ga) evening
with thf i its adding that extra touch
oi excitement
Frances Lehman
an American Airways is catering the break-
ast for the final Temple Israel Sisterhood-
sponsored "Sound ol Books" series Tuesday.
reb. 7, in Wolfson Auditorium at 10 a.m. Dr.
oseph R. Narot, spiritual leader of Temple
srael, will review "Madame Sarch." the bi-
ography of Sarah Bernhardt, by Cornelia Otis
Skinner. Seated (left to right) are Mesdames
Julius Rosenberg and Sidney Rafiel, co-chair-
men; Robert Aptel, ticket chairman. Standing
'left to right> are Mesdames Morris E. Greene.
president; Clifiord Newmark. vice president,
administration- Irvinq Cracovaner, ticket com-
mittee; Barbara Rado, publicity chairman; and
Jule Balaban. hostess chairmen.
Greater Miami Section Divisions, NCJW,
Meet Wednesday for Variety of Events
The seven divisions of Greater
^ iai on, National Council
Jew i-h Worni n w ;H I old i
on W'edne* I l
Bay Division will meet at in IS
n al Washington Federal. Soi
I) Nliv : ip on
Pbe New Laws Protect inn Of
Evening with Art
At Beth David
'Evening w ith the Arts at Beth
I i\ id < lion w.i- to be
Lester Rach
e on rhur idaj in Sped Hall
w part oi iu-
< Hi'' tii n of Judaica, and coi
I it ion memh i dis-
theii Isaveli and Judaica
Included in the, evening was to
>> Reuben Idela, m hose
i aterial to include an ad
in- Abba Eban, and .. poaan
I Philip M Raskin
Ladies Map Future Events
Young Israi rhood of M
Beach meeting on Thursday,
Feb. at 7:80 p in will ini
for the annual l'linni
t) and installation o! officers
fenders Are We Handcuffing
the Police?" Lunch, a business
met tin \ and guest speaker, Larry
columnist and commentator,
will follow
Jud : I v, Ka|| M-iH dig
cuss Di Count) Small < .
Court' at the mi etii ol Coral
Division, to be held at Hill. I House
it i oral Gables at l! 30 a m \
in v .11 hi' served
paid up members
Islands and Indian Creek Divi-
sions will hold a combined n
i heon al the Sea Lslc
Htel at noon in honoi i i Ji
Music Month Mrs II. i rj Ba
will be featured vocalist
A ini- tour of Council's sei i
will be the order ol the daj
members of Lincoln Division, who
will begin the tour at u noon at
the s.., < .nil Hotel
Shores Division v. ill meet at 11!
noun at V/estviee Countr) Club
for lunch i a panel di
l- God P. :.d
be Rabbi Max Lip* hits Dr
uel Feldman, p
Lowell R
path) Moderatoi will be Mrs I
l p Bio >m, Florida State Li
tion chaii man St JW
A traveling panel k' v
"The Panel of Americans" will
present an evaluation ol Amei
ideals to members of South Dade
Division. The meeting will be
at the YMIIA. 8500 S\V 8th Si
with coffee and danish at 9
meeting and pro a chcduli-d
foi B 4"> a m
4K
Jawnbh
P a n Steal
Served Jdoanese Style
These smiles are worth S 10.000 to Cedars cf Lebanon I
pital as cssictant administrator. Raymond R. Grossman, ac-
cepts a check from Mrs. Leo Berman left vice president in
charge of the Lobbv Shop, and Mrs. Doian Zinner, president
of Cedars Auxiliary The check represents six months of pro-
ceeds from the Lobby Shop operated by the Auxiliai
$100,000 GOAL
Cedars Women
Eve Fulfillment
Of 1960 Pledqe
Six ip ol
ised the) would raise

new i lars
This wi
winti ih''
Kl I i.

-a!i i> from (he ( i
I obh) shop. w hit h is erat
tirely b) Auxiliar) members
Pi esidenf Mi Dor in Z
nounced to an overflow aud
it some 200 memrx i and gui -
that $82,025 has now
i the : V tot
.I8.t'iMi was raised in 1966
"We hope to meet oui total ob
on bcl ire the end ol 1967
-aid Mrs Zinnei Shi >i ended
her \ ice presi lents, Mrs Moi 11>
Mrs Ireni Finl
Byron Sparbei for thei yeat
I business like op. ration ol
the -hop winch is the prime source
inds for the
New Maimonides Club
V in
has c ime about in the foi m itioi
Man t for I
lliori
'
at Vi 'i Purd)
ip will follow
th no
Rcbbi Shapiro
Has Anniversary
Starting his sixth yi
.i i. it Bet I K I
. ion Rabbi M Sha| iro will
' ak on Mj Annitei ir)
Veai s in M I ida)
icr>
to M ai
: sorted Betl
1 was
I nderpn lent f the Ral binic
.. \- is a mi if the
i ncil, the facult)
'In- Uniw Miami and the
isor) Boa i r|
He i pr of
ring
the a i priest and
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Friday. February 3. 1967
+3flstfhridtor
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ORT Honors Mellah Mothers
Southeastern Florida Region social assistance
hairman. Mis. Jack Kramer, meets with Chap-
xia\ assistance chairmen
fives luncheon which took place Tuesday. Jan.
31, at the Deauville Hotel. Finos deiu
uies in which ORT's social assistance project
Harold Jacobscn. Mis. luck Kramei Mrs. Ira
Weiner. S'andinq 'left to riolit are Mrs. Som-
:. Mrs. Hon v K iufma Mi 1 ti
:i. Mrs. Nathan Liebeiman. Mrs. Morris
Grenberq. Mis. Syd Hoff. Mrs. Flop
Kupperman.
IN LECTURE AT TEMPLE ISRAEL
Dr. Gittelsohn Due Sunday
\ modern appi i*I will
- explored i i I ee lys ol
ectui al Ipmple l*i"'I ol n: ii in Sunds) and
Mom:
Several hundred l'i
11 ol
ho South Kloiida area v
' a ice LSusi isi i ititute for
he I on Mi"
I will hear ih>' distinguished
l liittel
annual Ii
At the morning session. Dr.
Gittelsohn will speak on "What
Can We Believe About God?"
Eollowinq lunch he will consid-
e the future state of religion
m his address. Will Our Grand-
children Still Pray'"
0* ROIAND GITlllSOHN
Pcrefz Schools Sponsor Concert
in \ wil
Bracha K<
:
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\ it hi r \ isiting rabbi I h
I the l
i on > W
the Rt
IT fl
II
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ildren in th Rel
Rabbi I talk i be
\\ In Your C hild S !
S ii run Rabbi 11 I
tcNohn will
Sal God \- th<
al i lod to students in the
sdull h Hi-
will be I
. -. il .i ti
II.
l

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I'll' Ii,' ol DRI" al thi ann lal M
Mother lui i of thi
! ..i R ion nf
icai '..' i
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Ml I ;
i thai
W ill 'ii| |ov
Mrs. Turman is
Dinner Honoree
\ hui Wcingai ten i ha
; ..'
t the I Hotel
lunces tii.it
honon for this \ eai s dii
Mrs l
the Yt in I rat i mo I n -
back 'ii 19 12. v hi i she laui
ih of a You !
lei of
V ue y die
'
I
\our l
and I'll as pn
and honora
of in il
'l in the Y'l'ir :
1 in lei Miami, she is horn
president of the Sisterhood
Rabbi Sht i in Staubei spii
Ii ader ol \ ounn Israel, stated, II
is fitting thai we honor Mrs Tur
al this ycai dinner, nol
for the active parl she played in
the growth of our synagogue hul
il n in ition <>f whal
has done fm Judaism .i- nhole
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Paoe 12-B
-Jeist Her Mian
Friday. February 3. 1967
Historian to Talk h,
4/ Beth Sholom '
DR. SAMUtL PORTNOY
Antiques Show
To Assist Blind
Miami I'nil of Recording for
the Blind, welfare project estab
lished and maintained by Zonta
Club of Greatei Miami, will I
fit from I hi- colonial tea to be
from 3 30 to S | n Satur-
Feb 11. at the original Miami
2'ith annual Antiques Show and
S I i to take place Feb 9 to 12 at
Miami Bayfronl Park Auditorium
Hours of the show are l to 11
: I tea is tree to pal
U show
Ethi'. Mae B tedj anti
f tl
I
i : the Histo \ Dt Klor-
s
!;
rhey i
The.. Effect :

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I
Dr. Porti
i
....
Dr Portm : has I a t<
I!
eveh i ativt
of New ^ Port
ol h lifi i '
He 1 '
of Wisconsin
As
[Wl tieth
siai history'i I'1' Porti
rl in the development of So
nmunism and has taught
ies relating to th d< ire ol
Russian tsarism and to I
problems of the recent past He n
currently vice i the
Florida Conference
Teachers of Hi-ton
Miami 3each Unit for United Cerebral Palsy ers. Left to right are Miss
AsiOciat.cn broke a new record far life mem- rr.cur Seldin. president oi lh. b. and
berships at ita annual membership luncheon hostess for the day: Mrs Edward V.
Jrn. 25 at the Fontainebleau Hotel. Topping Mr*. Drrvid M. Holstein. and Mrs. Bee Levin.
the ninety mark of wemen who have ccntrib- Mrs. Donald Barmack .far right is a p- I pres-
uted SIO'O tor hfe memberships in United ident of the Beach unit and currently s--.es as
Cerebral Palsy are these Beach Chapter lead- vice president in charqe of member,
Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah Units
Slate Study Group, Dinners, Luncheons
Auto Show Sets
Old MG in Spot
Miami Beach Chapter of HadSS
>ah ha- scheduled the Bible Study
Group session for Saturday. Feb
11. 12 30 p m., at the Had
office. 337 Lincoln Rd Mr- Sylvia
Kurland and Mr- Jennie Appel
routh will ho-t the sasl n Mrs
The fir>t MG sports car i
built, and affectionate!) knowi
Old Number One." will be am Sanford Jacobson. chairman ol 'he
the unusual cars on d at the
ninth annual International Auto
Show m Miami- Dinner Kej Audi-
torium on Feb l to 5
- will di-cu-* I' :.") from the Book <>f Paslms
Kadimah Group will hold it
regular monthh luncheon meet'ne
MG was devt in the on Monday noon at the S
Pome
with .'11
Ret the 1
tapes text
Schwartzman Will
Give Book Review
S I ioi Sat
h W l II ::. Will

10 a
K) Lint olr R l
B

Bun
i live di
B u \ iew "The
Mo 100 shin? i i v n >dtl-
fic.m the United Stat
tries will dis-
play
- ro British Mini
10 Rolls Royce I ntoi
Five,
II tel After a brief busint
Teddy at Dinner
For Brandeis U
t" s s I ard m Kent
ins. Mrs George Meisel will re
\ lew '!-. iok, "Ca-t Giant Shad
OW." Mrs Meyer Schneider is
pre-ident
Renanah Group ha- scheduled
dinner. dance and -how for s.it
urday, 7:30 t>m.. at the
Hotel Mrs Walter Lebowitz.
dent, i- expecting .< record l
out for the Ray Anthon> and h*s
Bookend Revue," which will be
held in tht i afe Le i an ("ai R
Mrs Mitch.: Lewi i;
< it Bt: rt are chan inc the
*
Hanna Senesch Group
it- n eulai nioi thh '
lay nooi at the VI
Guest speakei will be Mr
Fink who will
i.i k o ith \U Mi Svlxia
Special attractions at tht Show Abram I Sachar will deln.....he K resid
will include free or;-, el \
rung tests bj the Dade i
i;. < i; tometric Association.
The Dragster, con
i hute, which won tl
Florida Mate Dn K. eini i
ship and which has
i of 203 miles per h
be d:
Glenn Sudduth, dii i the
Dade County Citizens Safety. Coun
eil. officiated at the 0| ere
ies Wednesdaj noun
principal addresses at a d
for the Palm Bt Bt h Friend
Brandeis on Saturdav, Feb
the Palm Beach Tow<
More than 500 pei tv
ittt rid the foi 11
ner. which l i el b;
Brandeis Trustet Fellow*
dent i 'oun ilors 11 i
will be proceeded bj ., G
tion
Louis II Salvage a Bra
trustee, i- chairman oi the dinner
I. R. Goodman Group will
'' I
ton To\ iuth
\ will rt
Nt More l n
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Petite Luncheon
For MB Technion
M It Chapter. V
Divisi Technion as -
tiled petitt in foi I hurs
t the A ers Hotel
iker will
will
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Prt
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of 2060 Nl No.
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Beth '.' oi ih C Jtigi nkon
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ahead oi schedule, with occupancy promised
for Sept. 1 1967. The 14-story luxury high-rise
Hecht, Jack Cooper, Seymour Rub-n. Louis
Grossman, Georae Simon, Lester Goldstein
and Necl Amdur. The 562-unit Tnton Tower
be the second laraest individual apart-
us being developed by Triton Tower Ltd.. multi- ment building in South Florida, featuring an
million dollar project which includes Isidore S-shaped structure.
Rodeo Slahed
This Weekend
In Homestead
The 19th ai ual Rodeo
ui.:
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on I s l
'' front oi activities is
Milton l ,,, Fis
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Quarter hoi es, and ,, |
ndanl of the Levl family
Tt" S^'urd H | Sunday pei
2 p.m Pro
for the Homestead Reere
ation Fund and the Women ( |Ur.
Cultural Evening
Is Annual Event
Poalt /
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Dr Simon \\ i
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as program cl
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Young Adults Plan Dance
ipid s Flini a -e
dam-e. win i condut ti i tht
Voung Adult- Sim It il if tht
1 M and WH.\ of Ureste Mian
on Saturday, Feb n B W p m
in the South Ballroom at 1000 SV%
8th St Next general n.....tins oi
'he Young Adult- Club will be
held on Thursday Feb B p m
in the Golden Kr\ Room


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Eric Steinberg
Km, a of '.; Mrs Syd
tie;. Sl her*. Hri ; s\V Blind I t
will be Bar Mitival lurtfif Satin
iiirs, Feh 4 .it
TiTlM
Eric i seventh grade pupil at
or High and is Intel
d ii sport! and stamp-collect-
Mi i Mi SI u ill I oal
I he < ii Shabbal on Fridaj even
; Kiddush fo!
Satin d "i nine sen
tl elebranl
Mi I Mrs Mai uel '
f Mil snd Mrs
. sti inbei g of Spi ing Val
II the n Ipan I
Ba tzvah
crederic Berliner
!'u d Mark in of Mr
i) !' lii pi 529 Alters,
will become Bai
il Beth I).ivid < onj
Saturday, Feb 4
Frederic Ii a seventh grade stu
cs de i eon Junior lfn:h
n attending Beth Dav
; I Rehf ous School for the past
He i- Interested in
i llecting, reading, clay
sculptun drawing, painting,
(ports and belongs to tli.' Boy
Troop in ("oral Gables
Frederic has been awarded the
following honors winner, ping
irnamen! at Merrick Ble-
n pntarj winner, at Salvadore
mer tennis pro
championship; and Summer R
i Clul Award. Coral Gables
Li bran
audla Morris and Mrs
i i I., Bertinar, grandparents of th-
Bar Mitzvah, will attend the sen
id congregational Kiddusl In
honor of the celebrant
Jeffrey Mahl
Jeffrey, son oi Mr Mi Al
Mahl. 7553 Adventure A\e. will
be Bar Mitzvah at Temple Menorah
on Saturday morning, Feb 4
Jeffre) i- a student in the re
ligious school and al- i attends
V, .M i- Junior Higl
A dinner reception iri Jeffrey's
honoi will be held at the Biscayne
Terrace Roof.

Scott Demsky
Scott, fifth grade Hebi -w School
-i lent ..' Be h So o
m u ill !>'! .;
on Saturda) Feb 4
He will conduct si Fii
da) evening
nd chant tl 3 i '.
t m from the Ho s ill. He will
i delivei I
Scott i- the son of Mr and Mrs
5153 va 1st SI
Bart Corwin
Bart, son of Mr and Mrs Fmni:
uel Corwin, 4410 SW 13th SI will
!>< Bar Mitzvah at Temple Judea
of (."oral Gables, on Saturday n
ing, Feb 4
Jerry Levin*
Jerry Allan, ton >: Mr and
Mrs Gilbert Levine, will become
Bai Mitzvah on Sat ird i; eb 4
at Temple Beth \m
Jerrj is an .ichth grade student
at Palmetl i Jui ioi High and ;
the electric guitar
Mis parents >- the Oneg
Shabbal Fridaj ind the
Ki'ldusli Satu :.i
ceremon) The c lebi u I II lie
and dinner
al the Seville Hotel Saturda)
ing
Mr and Mrs Arthur it
terry levine
Scott Cemtky
frtdtr'c Berliner
and Mr- Jeanette Levine, the Bar
Mi''.
vent
Higl H plays I
in i small ei | an i l
man) affa rs .
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The ( f rar In l
Mi- Anna Schweitzer ol N Mi
ami, w ill help celebrat
Michael Browarnik
M hael William Bi ov arnik, son
if M :. iwarnik B064 i
\ i Mrs Da\ id W lie
kliami it No M
Ner
Saturd Feb
4
attends North M ami
rmple N
id Religious School He ci
ii
fric Steinberg
Sermon Series
At Zamora
i; iliiii Maxwell '
irs will di liver a si i

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Feb 10 be
i hristi How Do 1 he)
fei
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Book of Amos Discussed
A -
Rabbi iu is slated I
on Tuesda) Ban i
Religious Si hoi '. ["he Book if
. discussi dm^
to Jerold I ob irn, sei s in as 'hair-
man ol the -
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your day shorter
Or. GorWu
Or. Ant
Dr. Mandtlkmum
Emanu-El Slates
Breakfast Forum WVCG-AM now on
the air until midnight
Trmpie Kmar.ii El 9 annual Sun
Bay Morning Breakfast Forum will
i its series of three lectures
I eb 12. with Dr Robert Goi
clis profi isor of Bible at the Jew
Ish Theological Seminary, aa guest
>. eakei
Dr Irving I.ehrman. spiritual
I ler of the congregation, has an
ii unied that the topic selected for
i cusfJon this year is "The Moral
( i-< ol Our Times
The second lecture, on Feb.
19, will be given bv Dr. Max
Ant, vice chancellor of the Jew
ish Theological Seminary.
l he thud and fii al lecture will
be given b) Pi Bernard Mandel
baum. pre-ideiit ol the Jewish
Theological Seminar) f Ann
on Feb M
i he lectui es ai e held al the
North Bram h B 77th St and
Dickens Ave. at li> 15 a m Ad
vancc reservations ma) be obtain
, d at the temple office
.awyers Due at Hebrew U. Meeting
v rneys of Greater Miami will
heel with Dr Bernard (herrick.
i i n dent of the Hebrew i ni
rsit) <: Jerusalem, at a luncheon
in the Dupont Hotel on Thursday
boon, I cti <. as guests of the
Friends ol the Hebrew
rerait) Cochairmen of the
event with Judge Harold B Spaet,
Chairman, will be Shepard Broad
and Stanley C Myen
i he annual gathering sponsored
b) the gift-, and legacies commit
MriH h.' keyed to a discussion
of the i. | .i1 picture m Israel
Since the establishment of the
State of Israel in 1948, the law
school of the Hebrew University
Ins keen working on the integra-
I on of the various sources of Is-
raeli law. as well as the develop-
ment of a language of the law
in Hebrew "an unprecedented
service rendered a nation by the
faculty of a university."
Program Of the luncheon will
include a tribute to the late author
and attorney, Harrj Simonhoff Ac
cording to Herbert s. Shapiro.
chairman of the gifts and legacies
committee. Seymour B Liebtnan
will make the tribute
Dr Cherrick was horn in
Dublin. Ireland, and educated in
Bngland at the Universities of Lou
den and Manchestei He has been
ated with the Hebrew Uni
tj 'i Jerusalem since settling
m Israel in 1947 He bas appe
audiences in England, Aus
tralia, New '/ Africa,
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Friday, February 3. 1967
Pictured left to right are members <->l Temple
Or Olom who recently donated blood to the
Mt. Sinai Hospital Blocdmobile. Temple Or
Olom makes an annual blood donor drive
-.ponsored bv thf> temple brotherhood. Shown
Marvin Solomon, Arthur Roth, blood diive
. irman, Rabbi Ralph Ghxman. Ralph Fistol,
temple president, Gail Marartz, and Myles
Eaten, brotherhood president.
JVS Chief Reelected to Helm
Of Occupational Council
Marshall S Harris was reeli i
ce pn sident ol the Jewish l ><
itional Couneil al tin- meeting
<>t it< board ol directors on Jan
In submitting Harris' name to
the board on behalf of his com
mittee, nominating chairman, Max
well M Luchs, pointed "to Hie out
landing record of qualification
which Harris has for thi- high
position
"He has served in this capacity
lor three years and is currently
president of the JVS of Miami
and a leader and officer of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion.
"It should be noted that his
standing in both the*Jewish .
general community was main!) re
>pon-ihle for his having recent 1)
been elected to the Florida State
House ol Representatives His rap
ui rise in Jewish communal affairs
for one so young has beet especi
all} noteworth} Hi- grasp of the
Dr. Williams to Head
l)a Dr II I rahklin W II ams. vice
ol the I'niversit) ol Mi
is the nt of th<
mic Opportunitj Pro
Inc. which figl i po\
in Dade Count>
Williams succeeds Alvii
ami tV : ney,
ho headed the E< >P1 since il
eption i!" re than two yeai -
Elected with Williams at the
EOPI annual meeting was David
Fleeman, Miami builder, as vice
president.
' Assistant Disti ict v
ws was reeli h
rid inn l \ Evans i
i sel. v hon
. I foi h
arj devotion to the affairs <>i the
will remain on the
EOPFs board
The board also resolved to I
i In the neai future ith a
eon Richard Weatherlej i-
executive director} ol the
vocational service field is on a par
with that <>i experienced profes
sionals He has an intense Interest
in the JOC and has attended Ice)
meetings on our behalf
The Jewish Occupational Coun-
cil i- the national coordinating ami
consultative body for 25 local vo-
cational service agencies through
cut the United State-- and Canada
five national agencies ;iinl two re
gional bodies
\t its meeting, tin- board of
directors of JOC took action to
deepen tin- professional inter
change which has alread) begun
between American and Israeli i*o
onal service personnel
It also approved the launching
ol .i stud} of Ion lirections
ot movement of the Jewish voca
tional services and ol the JOt
it sell
Also serving with Harris on tin
board are Sam Lub} ai d I)i
Michael M Uoodn an execute i
ol the Jewish \
Service ol Miami
Second Emanu-EI
Book 'n Brunch
of til" i
ies w ill I" held on Wedn<
mornin : at the Ni Hi Bi
Bid i 77th SI ns Ave
Dr Irving 1 eh: man spiritual
leadei ol the i will "'
the be I Everything
But b} Sam Level
i m brunch
The annual series i- sponsored
jointly b} the Sisterhood and PTA
of Tempi) Emanu Ki Third
in al review will be held in March
The project is undei the su
\ ision ol Mi Max Dinisman s -
terhood i n vice i1
Mi Geoi je Goldbei. ai >i Mr*
Pan Am Bank
Elects Landfield
To Directorship
Hcrold A I .and field, longtime
business and ch i< li adei ha been
elected a directoi of Pa
Hank of Miami
Landfield is a member ol Mi
amis Downtown Development \u
thot it\. vi president of the
Dow ntow Bus ness i 'ouncil i i I he
Chamber ol ( omm< rce, and prcsi
tent emeritus of i edars ol I i b
anon Hospital, which he helped or
ganizt served a- first pres
He also w as insti umental in
liami's original Better
Business Bureau.
I andfield has been active in
banking circles foi man} years He
was one of the organizers and a
director ot Metropolitan Hank of
Miami, a major stockholdei
director for nine years ol the Bank
of Hollywood and vice chairman
of the board of Mercantile Nation
al Bank ol Miami Beach At i ach
institution, he served on various
committees of the board
He is now president of Whelan
Investment Co., and of Idaland
Corp., and a director of American
Title Insurance Companv Amei
nan Title and Pan American Hank
are subsidiaries of AT1CO Finan-
cial ( oi p
Two Shows at Saturday Hop
There will be a show ..t 111 I
and ai other at midi ight pi is
dancing to a live ba the
affair si hedulcd b} the B nai
i Social Singles on 5
Ihe Lucerne Hotel Tick
ets ma} be purchased at the di
Scholarship contract is presented by Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Zitner to the Histadrut Foundation
at a dessert supper. "Night in Israel." held
Sunday at the Fontainebleau. Pictured (left to
right) arp Mrs. Herbert Shapiro. Rabbi Leon
Kronish, Mr<=. Jenrue Grossinger. Mr. and Mrs
Zitner, Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, and Mr
and Mrs. Jacob Rifkin. The Zitners' gift was a
highlight ol the international host committee's
reception for the second annual mid-winter
conference of the Israel Histadrut Foundation
of the United States and Canada. The confer-
ence will be held in Miami Beach on Feb. 23.
Rabbi Landau
Pulpit Guest
In Lake Worth
R :> s,
W
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Hi* to] F the M
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Spiritus f Beth P
1 on the
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Our Days and "Christian-Jewish
lie i- a member ol the national
executn I the Rabbinical \
ol the
the i
Faith v ; ,- ,,
Dr. Irving lehrmon San levenson
Joseph \ i hair-
S terhood president is Mr*
l ma d Kbramson, PT \ pies',lent
is \ii Harol I J Brook*
HAROLD lANOflELO
Adult Study.
Dance Featured
At B'nai Raphael
Coi: ;. iti in B'nai Raphael Adult
Discussion Group will meet on
Wednesda) evening at the home
of Rabbi and Mrs Harold Richter.
1320 NW 183rd SI Topic will he
\ Jewish Notable of the 20th
Centurj
Vnnual I heart dance spon
: b) the congregation is slated
foi Saturday evening at the temple
and will feature SaJ Ronci. his
ban.' and I "lent
ill bj Vivian
.1 Oil
:' Rubin i- ii e ol
Mrs. Kave Will
Host Tea Here
Perr} Kay<
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rriday. February 3, 1967
#fn/f/lrr/ Pago 15 E
Contest
Winners
Mamed
i
Winners of the Teen fkge Hook
w Contest were niMwieed
in- week by Albert E 0
nt of lhi B ireau "f -ii wish Edu
i ["he contest was open to
,, igers in the Jewish school
ol (Greater Miami, sponsored an
v by tht- Bureau of Jewish
i iimtion in celebration ol Jew-
ish Book Month.
in the division with students
from gradei 9 to 12. first prtae
w;is won by Melody liudner. of
Beth David Congregation, for her
review of "The Rabhi." by Noah
Gordon Second prize was won by
Diane Alterman. also of Beth Dav
id. and third prize went to Fna
\ lick, oi KnexMh Israel (oncrc
cation. Fourth and fifth were
awarded to Beth I.ynn Maxwell
and Marsha Coulton, l>oth of Beth
David
in the younger division, first
i EC was won by Rohm Fell, of
Temple Israel, who reviewed the
hook I Never Saw Another But
terfly," b> the children on Ther
esicnstadt. Second prize went t<>
llarian Corndorf. of Beth David;
third, to Jody I'lan-e. of Temple
Sinai, Hollywood; fourth, to Alan
Klkins, of Temple Israel; and fifth.
to Mitchell Norwich, of Temple
Judet
First two winrrs in each divi
-ion will be heard over Ch 7 on
I he Still Small Voice." program
sponaored by the (ireater Miami
Habbinieal Association on Sunday
at 10 a.m. They will read their
winning book reviews, and will be
interviewed by Louis Schwartz
man. executive director of the
Bureau,
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YM and WHA of Greater Miami Invitational "Y," Chrs Abrams, YMHA team captain;
Basketball Leaque for senior high boys, com- Lester Wisotsky. Temple Zion; Mike Tandlich,
prised of temples and synagogues in Dade Beth Tov; David Kalish. Temple Or Olom; Paul
County, is now m progress of formation, with Berkowitz, Beth Am; and Al Tudor, director of
the "Y" sponsoring the league, and providing physical education at the "Y." Not shown are
the basketballs, equipment and officials for Lee Bukstell, captain of Temple Israel, and
the games. Left to right are Gordon Hagey. Bruce Berger, captain of Beth David teams,
assistant physical education director for the
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On Marked
Pioneer Miamian,
Lena Dubler, Dead
A pioneer Miamian, Mrs I.ena
Dubler, died hen Sunday, Jan 29.
at the ige of 85 She lived .it 1233 benrubi
10th St Miami Beach
A member of N......nal Council
Of Jewiah Women, she also hclnnG-
ed to Temple Israel. Faith Chap
ter of Order of the Eastern Star
and was a life member of lla-
daaaah.
Survivors include her husband, shuman'.
Morris; daughter and son in law.
Dr and Mrs Abe iHelen) Fried
man. two brothers Fdward and
Ijouis Falk. both of Miami, three
sisters, Mrs Rae Frank and Mrs
Mildred Bolit/cr. Miami Beach, and
Mrs Ftta Whetstone, Boston; two
grandsons and five crest grand-
children
Services were Tuesday, Jan. 31,
at Newman Funeral Home, with
burial in Temple Israel Section of
Memorial Park.
Way. Si Newman
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Adult Institute
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Joseph A. Nevel. president of
Vcnetial Rambler, said thin week
that the Jacksonville Zone of
American Motors reported the
largest sales in history for the
month of December, with a total
sales of new cars totalling 2.034
for the month.
The final ten days of December.
\'.' for the equal ten-day period ever
in the history of Ihe company for
the southeastern /one. with a total
n n< w caj| I durini' this per-
'Wl new ears
The month of December. I!Hr8
was up 15.8 percent over Decem
ber, 1965, .md PBUieasMed an in
: 28 percent over the pre
ceding month of November, 1888
It i- our opinion, u .i dealer-
that the sales Increases are
nit of the public, finally
finding out that American Motors
made drastic changes in the
.n of its ,-ars and that it i.
the wine public acceptance
the part of the large fleel buy
ers and individuals." Nevel ea
plained.
Mrs. Schwadron,
Sisterhood Head,
Dead at Age 61
Adult Education Institute
Temple Beth Ani will meet
Tuesday evening.
At 8 p.m.. Dr. Herbert M. Baum
gard will discuss "What Needed
Adjustments Did Reform Judaism
Make to the American Scene
The 9 p.m. course, conducted by
Dr. Ronald Shcllow. psychiatrist
will consider the problem of "Why
Does My Child Get into Trouble" '
A brush-up course in Hebrew,
tlao at 9 pin, is under the dircc
>f VI. detail lull I
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1941 SW 19th Ave. died here Sun
day. Jan 29. at the age of 61.
Founder and past pre-ident of tlon 0f y,. Ceil Wayne.
the Sisterhood of Miami Hebrew
School and Congregation mow
Beth Kodeshi, she came to Miami
from New York In 1940
In 15*41. she founded the Sister
hood
Survivors include her husband, nH,m- : '" M;, > s,h-"
Joseph; son. Adam Jeffrey; daugh f'''- presid.
ter. Mrs louis Zahler; sister, Mrs
Bdns Efron, of Washington, D.C.;
and four grandchildren
Services were Monday, .'an 80,
at Gordon Funeral Home, with
burial In Mt. Sinai Cemeti
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ELtVENTH JUDICIAL CIHCUIT
IN ANO FOR
DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA
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Farband Men C.urion Branch
scheduled a monthly meeting for
Wednesday evening at the Miami
I' .ten Federal, 755 Washington
Ave,
President Bernard Furman con
ductnf the business agenda which
included committee reports, and
plans for the forthcoming Createi
Miami Jewish Federation cam
paign, Labor Zionist Division pro
gram.
Kvening concluded with a com
niunity sing led by conductor com
poser A. Krashiiisky, and readings
by Samuel Wexler, humoriat.
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