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Mrs. Ann S. Shier
Area Resident.
Dies Here at 62
Mrs. Ann S. Shier. t>2. of 3001 So
Miami Avo died Monday, Oct. 30
Mrs i( es wi '' In Id Not, l .it Gar
don Funeral Homo, with interment
m Mt. Nebo.
Mrs Shier came here m years
ajo from Trenton. N.J. She was ;>
iber ol Beth David Congn
tion, Torah Group ol Hadassah,
Denver Home for Astrftnatic Chil-
dren, Variet) Children's Hospital.
Brandeis l niveraity women -1 om
mittee. Cedars ol l ebanon Auxil-
iary, and 20 Aids ol the American
Cancer Society.
She la survived by her husband,
Henry; three daughters, Mrs. Edith
Zipp. fashion editor ol The Jewish
Florldian, Mrs. Jo Ann Long oi
Miami and Mrs Sandra Altsehuler
of Orlando: four brothers. Herman.
Frank. Car! and Henry Sokolosv:
and 12 grandchildren.
SASS,
Arthur. M, of RMS Collins Ave died
o. t 28 An '' v,u v'"''
City, h, came here eight year* ;it"
anal wan a vocational rehabilitation
. n|i -. '.. H< II BUrvlva .1 bj nil
wife, Moreno a eon, Mart In Ban
Of N T.C.: a .laughter. Mrs. I(..l.. rta
Irvine "f Miami: : "later. Mrs
Tru.lv Careaa ..f M.Y.C, and one
grandchild Services were > ii net
in at Gordon Funeral Mum.- wltli
interment i" kit Mebo
Williams-Mancini
Concert Slated For
Friday Night Here
A real 'double Reader" will be
on tap lor muaic lovers this Fridaj
evening when An Ij V\.....ims and
Henry Mancini join forces to i
one nighl concert at the Miami
Beach Convention Hall starting at
8 19 p.m.
Today, And} Williams albums
are sold at the rate ol 25,000 per
week In only five short years,
Moon River," "Days ol \x ine ana
Koses," The Wonderful World ol
Andy Williams." "Great S
from M> Fair Lady," "Call Me I
i. sponsible, 'The Andy Williams
Christmas Album," "Dear Heart,"
"Shadow ol Vour Smile," and i
rently "Born Free.' have brought
tn a total of nine the number ol
Gold Records he has won for mdi
vidual album sales over $1,000,000
Mancini believes the main rea
sun for the SUCCeSS of his hack
ground discs is that they are not,
literally speaking, music designed
for movie or TV films.
To date. Mancini has been award-
ed 17 Grammies Irom the National
Academy of Recording Arts and
Sciences.
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FLORIDA IN PROBATE
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No 67-167S5
NOTICE OF SUIT
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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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English
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
November 3, 1967

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Began in 1927?
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
November 3, 1967

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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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cirewislh FILor idian
Number 42
Combining THE liV/ISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
M: :::.: i !: in. Kn.iny *.' -v, ::ih- r 3 1%7
ions : :.
ort Says Judaism In Russia Is Nearly Extinct
>RK (JTAI Soviet JW-
actit .iiiy ceased to exist
|ty in the 50th year of the
levolution and any hope?
I 50 yeai for the re
L viable Russian Jewish
Yv musl be grounded
jfa ih than on reality, the
Times reported this
but of Soviet Jewry a n
I So\ iel Jewry and the
described in one of .i series ol
eles being published by the
Times on all aspects of Soviet life
and policy in connection with 'he
50th anniversary. The article was
written b; Peter Grose, a Time
Ci rn -; indent in Moscow
The article stressed the impact
of Soviet anti Jewish policy i"
term- of fundamental dlfferenct
between the older religiously-
youngi r "Sovietized Ji *
The older generation of Jews, re-
membering purges and Stalinist op-
pression, have no intention of risk-
uig new troubles. The younger yen
eration, which has complaints but
not over anti religious phases of
Soviet policy, is less inclined to let
I ommunist part) logmatis n" or.
Jewish issues go unchecked. Croc
reported
Soviet pressures for assimila-
tion, strictures on worship, limi-
tations on teaching children
about God, plus traditional anti-
Semitism which is officially
frowned on have dealt "a sav-
age blow" to the Jewish com-
munity of the Soviet Union.
Soviet Communists, Gros
ported, are on th<- defensive abou'
the Jew-, and "the) havt mucn to
be defensive about, the i
dint wrote but. he a d (1 C (I.
world i oncern is misplaced
The picture of a communil '
some S.OOO.uxK) Jew- living
dail) mi < ry and fearing for I
lives, i- wrong, and one can
Soviet Jews ever) daj whosi
actions to overseas campaign*
behall of Soviet Jewry range I
i! bi wi'd( rment to sinceie
ger" he reported.
\\ hat has been perst i
Continued on Page 6 A
In Urges
Canal
\rnative
IGTON l i i For
i %bl .i l an cal
til I.. .w-ek I
( anal v hich has Lm :
recei trab
thai Ihe) ill ev< i
insil
pli
de .i.ii-
|a Idi >s .u M Sal lonal
|b In re, Mi Eban Ifered
i! i.i the Su< Canal
...>. the
jl.,i which he said, "will
ine mori ec inon.it a.i>
thro igh our decision to
tger pipeline which would
pi to be exported from
an
jr\\ Foreign Minister also
itroction oi larger
|hu-h would not nat
. .i,d
that if the (anal re
td. it will ha\c. perhaps,
effect on the economies
countries, but they
tally be well advised in
if what ha- happened In
in K.">(i. to make them
exclusive!) dependent
mule ditch I think the
ESHKOL TELLS KNESSET:
Israel Must
Secure New
Frontier Lines
Israel Foreign Minn with
Florida Congn in Claude Peppei during Mr. Li
A/asl
Johnson Reiterates Stand
With Eban
In Meeting
W VSHINGTON IT \ Israeli
sources di-clo-cd tin- week that
The White
comment on
House declined to
ion Eban
kindcr-tand that while
|for the reopening ol th<'
will m ver again make
dopendenl upon it. to
that the) have been 10
President Johnson bad reiterated meeting White House spoke-man
hi idherenre to the live points George Christian said the Amen
i Northern and Western on the sfiddli East situation which cai positioi was clearl) enunciat
some of whose ministers he led on June 19th ed b) Vmbassadoi Vrthui .' Gold
mm- gave dear indica berg in ,;- l S resolution offered
0f I ..mi Israel In in the I niti d Sati ins
a meeting with Foreign Ministci _, .
" """" i he discussion was described as
Abba s Eban ol Israel The meet- ,.,,,.,,.K Mtj from ,|u. |s
ing la-ted f r more than an hour raeli point of view b) Ihesi
sources The pom'- iea i ted
11 ,i the main objecth es of
enl Israeli policy including
the demand foi face to ace direct
talk-, tra of the
11 ase fire lines through negotia-
idjustments into per
marent boundaries, and no return
to the situation that existed prior
'uric 5, these sources assei
jJuish
llllH'll
Federation To
Israel Drive
United Fund campaign.
Norton s Palli I who is chair
h 1968 CJA < ampaign,
announced thai he was calling the evidence ol deviation by the Pres-
- meeting of the Campaign Cab
i for i bui la) v- -' 'h-''
ling m ghl begin immed ati
l -I M .ri'.i Jewish i i I
I.iiiih a a special 1-; i
Fund m response to
ih eds arising fi m la it
PJle E ist Wai. it was an-
wee* by Icon Kap
v < the Jo* ih Feder
i e K drive, Mi li and the loinl camp.
it d. will be conducted tarl during the month ol Decem
Both Ml K-'i,an "'' M: 1';'""'
expressed opt I at th. Gi si
M i nl Jewish communit) w ould
respond in ltxw as it d
when 'i v:{ ioimmmi
ed m the l E F camp
wing the termination "f Ibe
paign lb- l E F.
i he) stressed that then- was no
Continued on Page 5-A
JEW S VLEM J1 \ Pn
ter Levi Eshkol Ih
winter session of the Ki -
lament) here thi- week with
a HO -minute speech In 'bub hi
declared unequivocall) that Isra<
intend- to replace the 1940 armis
tice lines with secure nati
boundaries agreed to within the I
framework of formal peace Ires
ties, and that she will not retunrj
to any status quo ante which com
tains the -eeds of future havoc and
destruction.
In hi- address opening political
debate. Mr Eshkol advised the
big powers and the United Na
lions to avoid vague formulas like
declaration- on cessation ol hos
tihtics unaccompanied b) any rca
peace treaty, if an end to the
Middle Easl crisis i- to be at h
ed lie reviewed in d
-nice the Si* Da) v\ ar and noted
thai the Arab- have not aban
doned their hostilit) Israel, he
said, maintains her preparedness
and will do all in her power to
equip her defense forces with what
evei arms and equipment are need
nl to protect the nation
Referring to the boundary sit-
uation, Mr. Eshkol said the 1949
lines had no characteristics of
normal boundaries and were the
result of nothing more than mili-
tary expediency. The Arabs
have insisted on this principle
throughout the years and, for
this reason, "there is ample jus-
tification from legal, political
and security points of view for
Continued on Page ll-A
U.S.REPLACEMENT FOR ELATH
PRIMIIK ESNKOt
Eshkol Slated
To Visit i. S.
JERI SALEM i r\' Prime
Minister lev. Eshk : will pa
oificial visit to the United Stati -
in mid Decen bei when he
Johnson, it
was hi irted here this week 11 -
w as no ofl
i d -it
I'm ing hi- \ i-it
Mr Eshkol rt ported!) will dit
with Mr Johnson the situatu in
this region resulting from lh< S -
Da) War It s expected that the
'.i ill include also lui
i oi wati
Continued on Page 3-A
Ihe reg I ir ca npai in
vri d Jewish Appeal to
Cal. national and -
PI
':.()< to eon luct Iwo si
fund drives in 1968
.-d unanii I the
.;'- i Mi i.tiv e i o'ii
Kill Would Loan Israel Ship
W tSHINGTON tJT v A bill
was introduced in the House this
week which would authorize the
'ncing th* decisi;i ne-
by 'he ecoromic crisis
rom the recent ho-'b
in Israel an.4 the Arab
Kanlsn 'nn'-Mii'.l
Hicitati. ns will be made
close of the current
double that
he campaign, and have
of the most
b) an)
IA and Israel ni nl
ivernment to loan Israel
l ea ler < Serald Foi l of
Michigan Rep Schweikei
in.; that Israel was in seiious
naval difficu I I the l niti d
llou-c Committee on Armed Sen
ices, who said he was meel
with committee leaders on ihe
ile proposal and that he hoped it
lyer to replace the Klatli. which would be acted on within a week States Wl na
was sunk ofl Port Said on Od 21 as si l< lor val vessels to a doien counl es
b) Soviet-made Egyptian missiles the idea among both parties Mr Ford said ,h>f fne Ad.
The bill was offered b) Rep Rep Schweiker introduced the mjrilitrat,on did not sufficient-
Richard Schweiker, Pennsylvania bill il to
! ... a member ol the that el i adi bj House Re Continued on Page 3-A


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MISSION SETS PLANS
IJ A Renews Emergency Fund Drive
Religious Services
1
For Veterans Day
GaMBt speaker \ il ,.
V tTO comrni-
By Special Report
L A\ IV The United Jew .
t al announced plans this
-, :.> renew it- en ersjen< .
paign in 1968. in addition 10 con-
sular campaign.
leeision to continue the Is-
rael Emergency Fund, which was
established during the I last
June, and which raised vast funds
in j.idition to UJA't resj :lar drive.
.,- announced b> Max M Fisher
of Detroit, l.'A General Chairman
The announcement ca.ne at a
dinner ot the I nited Jewish Appeal
Stud] Mission now :n Israel, at
whit prime minister. U
Eshkol, told 550 American Jewish
gencj .- -'
with
J Mission members have
been n Israel analyzing the new

particularly in the a
ibsoi ;"
a result of
UJA LAUNCHES
CASH DRIVE
NEW
-:ied a
,

- 1967
- MO.OOO 000
i the
Israel 1 I

I
ed by pro
aign
max m. hsmb
Rcpn 'i < : li Uiia Mis
lien are Mr and Mrs Shepard
Ml Mrs Morton Hill.
Mr and Mrs Ronald Rosen
The Israel prime minister told
the Mission members that whit*
Israels victory in the Six-Day
War saved us from the threat of
extinction it had not yet solved
Israel's problems of the future
li- ..
\i a >
, position when < mw
hundred- milliow nf do
ev.r, rea. on securh) With
ed in the maintt
defense establishment, m i
withoul sufficient funds to build
and develop our countr)
K-hk. I asked the I nited J
Ai.peal and the American Jewish
leaner.- to extend the Emergency
Kund into 1*>8 These funds he in
ited would "< required for ai>
;..,, ., ,i. welfare assistance and
,-hei humanitarian tasks which
the people of Isi :'"< in
position t" meet at present
Mr Fisher, respondin
prime n nisti r remarks
ed You ha e sa the <
rJnut s.Oui answt r is tl
jencj Fund ill also continue I
-,,% thi- not onlj tor myself, hut
eal I I and
the communities I
i ja general chairman de
I of J< wish
Tif
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Friday. November 3, 1967
* k n i st fhrktlan
Page c-A
Harman Due In Miami
For I. E. F. Dinner
V I. iidr Avraham Ilcirman.
Israel's envo) t<> the United States,
w.jj| : speaker .it .1 Dinner
0| Tribute to th- Defenders of is
1 ael, honoring the leadership "i th<
.., i Emergency Fund of ihi
I'nited Jfish Appeal on Tuesday,
\,,.. 14. .it toe Deauville Motel
Announcement of the function.
l.\ invitation only, was made this
IS ABU CKOVl
Isabel Grove
Assumes New
Editorial Post
l-jr*-! Grove, u ho ha-, been on
thi editorial staff of The Jewish
Floridian since 1W50. w.i- appoint-
ed City NtW Editor thi^ week.
according to Fred K StlOCbet, ed
itOT and publisher
y ir .eial yean prioi to join
The Jewish Floridian, Mrs
Grove was assistant editor of The
rravel Digest," 1 magazine pub
lished m \rw Vorh
\ native New Yorker where the
ved her early education. Mi>
Grove attended New York and
iimbla Universities, studied
ournalism at the New School for
I 1 arch and English lit-
erati re il the Universit) of North
>lina.
SI < .lined I B.A and
graduate work at the 1 niver
sity of Miami Rrherc -be majored
in English and art blatorj \n
sceompUsbed musician, she also
''idled \10i1n and piano at the
Juilliard School *( Music
Locally, she has served .1- an
facer of thi' Greater Miami Sec
lion Nal -l Council ol Jewish
Women, ami of the Auxiliarj of
MOUnt Sinai Hospital She I- .c
ife member of both groups
week bj Leon Kaplan, presi nl of
the Greater Mia.ni Jewish Fed* ra
which conducted the Israel
Emergenc) Fund campaign in
th Florida -Mr Kaplan a I si
- .1 chairman ol the South
Florida Council on (he Israi 1 1
'. Fund, .i bod) fon I
June with representatives ol ever)
Jewish 01 sanitation in Dadc l 1
ly im luded in its membership
Mr. Kaplan sid Ambassador
Harman is making the visit here
expressly to thank Leonard Ro-
sen, general chairman of the
I E F., "and the other leaders of
the Greater Miami Jewish com-
munity who responded so mag-
nificently to Israel in its most
critical hours of survival."
\ dinner committee of the fore
most members ol south Florida's
business, civic and religious com-
munities is being formed Among
those who accepted invitations to
serve are Hanoi Mayer Ahramo-
witz. Sidney l>. Ansin, Dr. Herbert
M Maumcard. Irving Blilig, Sam
Blank. Sbajpard Broad, Jack Coop-
er. Marvin Cooper. Isadora Drell,
Dr Joseph Harris. Isadora Hecht,
Morton Hill. Arthur Horowitz.
Also Howard Kane. I.eon Kap-
lan. Rabbi Morris A. Kipper. Jay
I Kislak. Dr. Leon Kronish, Sidney
Lefcourt, Dr, Irving Lehrman,
Harry A Levy, Dr Max A Lip
srhitz. Joseph M. Upton, A. J
Molasky, Saul Morgan. Max Oro
viti. Herbert Paige.
Also Norton S. Pallot. Clifford
Perlman, Stuart I'erlman. Louis
I'oller. Jack S Popfck, Jacob Kit-
Km. Seymour Rnbm. Robert Rus-
sell, Robert Siegel, George So* \
Stuart Sunness, Carl Weinkle
Milton Weiss
Special recognition ribbons in
dicatinc the designation of D
fender of Israel- being awarded to
distinguished leaders of thi- I E 1
of 1967will be presented at the
November 14 dinner More than
$3,100000 was raised dur rig the
whirlwind campaign which I"
within hours of the outbreak of hos
tilitles 111 the Middle East last
June 5
Mr Rosen himsell will receive
the Legion "i Leadership, which
will be conferred upon him by
Amba I! arm.in
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AMBASSADOR HARMAN
Eshkol Slated
To Visit U. S.
Continued from Page 1-A
a project which Mr. Eshkol and
Mr Johnson discussed when the
Israeli Premier last visited Wash-
ington as head of the Israeli gov-
ernment in 19t>4
(In Washington. State Depart-
ment spokesman Robert McClos-
key. who was asked about the
reported K-hkol visit, said: "No
one here seems to know anything
about it i
Congress Bill
Would Loan
Ship to Israel
Continued from Page 1-A
ly grasp the extent of Soviet in-
volvement with the Arabs, that
Israel deserved the same con-
sideration as other nations men-
aced by the Soviets and should
be loaned a destroyer, which,
he said, was available from
present resources.
Rep. Seymour Hal pern, Ni
York Republican, cited the |
ence of "thousands of Soviet mili-
tary technicians" in Egypt In a
House speech, he said that re
fusal of the State Department to
find fault in the sinking of the
Elath would only tempt the Rus
sians to send more men and Wi
ons into the Arab states. and
"contribute to the refusal of the
Arabs' to negotiate with Israel
DRIVE TO REPLACE
ISRAEL DESTROYER
PARIS (JTA) Apopula:
subscription began here th
week tor funds to buy a ne
destroyer tor Israel in '
place the Elath which wa
sunk h> Egyptian missiles ol
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the other two di\.
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t'JtnisI Ik ridli tr
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Mr. and Mrs. Simon To
Receive Israel Award
^1, I Mr- .- mon h;r. v
eivc the coveted
eedpgi V.wfd
i; -xlfrt'-i w axman, spiritual
I em i i Zion, announced
.,n.i Mrs Simon have been
to receive the award in rt4
,: ;i p iKsUnding -<-r\
iall ol l-< lei
| !,i ard ill be presented t"
the Temple Ziea larael
i, : state Saturday evening.
,,t tin- Kontaineblaau lie
In enouncing fha award. Rab-
bi W<-man said. "The selection
of ov- own Stavan and Marilyn
Simo' for fha lirael Freedom
Aware reflects honor upon them
and jfton our entire congrega-
tion.
award ;^i 'w confi
m al our i em pie i lirsl
i enl sini l>r Bel's Sia l la)
\ will : ai '^ Cfting ol n>>
and resolution It Is most appropi-i-
ati thai Stevan and Marilyn Simon
have been choaen t<> reojaity this
award at Una occasion tor thej
have been at the forefronl <>f all
efforts im Israel in our congre ia
lion .mkI in the communit) "
Mi and Mrs Simon are active in
numerous communit) endeavors
Thej .i i : hi: :< and charter
members ol Temple Zion He has
served .>- the \ ii e president and
lrea>urei Mrs Simon is a leader
oi Pioneei Women and i- active in
I othei ... ou| Mr and Mrs
Simon are Hi. parents of u.> sons
Walter and Je frej and a daughter,
Diane.
Plans tor the Temple Zu.n Israel
iMnm i .ii State will be initiati i ..i
a reception to "< jiven Sunday
rn.ht. No\ ."> ( \ Mi ami Mrs
Mmi.is Levinc, at their h
B181 Miller Rd \li and Mrs Le
\ ine art' r\ ing as cl airmen of the
Committee of Hosts tor the dinner
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Israel Will Prevail
MR ANK MKS. SJIVAN SIMON
Art Preview at Beth Sholom
The paintings and sculpture ol
Dennii I. Lowe, a student at the
Univerait) oi Michigan, will be
previewed al a reception follow
services Fridaj evening, Nov 10,
al Temple Beth Sholom i -
Levinson Ai | Gallorj
The art exhibit i- the second in
., scries ol monthlj shows sponsor
ed l>> Beth Sholom Festival of the
An- Mi- David Drucker serves
i- chairman of th<- Hcth Sholom
\ I i net Music ora in it tt"-
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
In the light ol recent events in
(he i learn ai
'.,ni lesson in history
\ bitter conflicl i- al I go
ing on between I i lib
' in one hat I ) pt u ith
ai t en ilizal in thai
bai k for five oi six th tusand years
I In ir monun n thai period
.in,l the pyramids are in existence
even al present E j p i became
i infl ei n and at
p escnl i- pr u I i< all) a i assal ol
the Soviet Union which controls its
policies and destin)
On the other hand, a small si l
>i I-1 arl m hi< h jusl has bei
irrected b) the Jew afti r two
thousand years in exile, though
small in numbers, within a short
.....d became one ol the leading
nations in -< ience and culture
won thf admiration and respeel <>i
the entire world
The an&v er is simple The l<
il Eg) pi u ere intereste I i
promoting their own ambition De
the assistance the) n i e I
from otlier nations, their own pop
ulation lived in misery, poverty
and
This i- why despite their gi
numerical superiority, they fell
easy pre) Ii the .. iv aneing Israeli
arm)
The bonds ol common interest
to then newl) won
eland and their solidarity
i-i ael strong, and. .,- long
as that -pint prevails among then'.
the) \\ill o\ ercome all difficulties
and obstacles
Dr. Simon Wilensky, President.
Labor Zionist Assembly
of Greater Miami
Johnson Reiterates Stand
In Meeting With Eban
Continued from Page I A
any oi the five points
ted I hal the sink
., Elath on 'lei 21 and
quei dc\ elopments in
Canal area figured only
pheral a> in Mr Eban's
111 lure especially in
- with state Department
in the meeting
President and Mr Eban
; -idential aide Walt W
I tow White rlOUM -'Hike-man
1 .1 Christiai rVsaistaol Seen
Stati I mill- Battle Am
\\1al1am Harman of I-
Ephraim K\ ron, Minister
.oii Embeaaaa
les which Mi Eban
had >ti ^ meeting ith
Si SI ite Dean Rusk
v -d pre*, iouslj aaj rt ed agenda
loud 1 d lightly on the
1 Israelis declared The)
plan a- followed
Rusk and a Reneral dis
< II 11 -lit 1 n \i;tti l\i.,H re
1 eace the United Nations
matters as avoiding of
arms imbalance in lighl ol the
il I hi vrab
Mr El tedl) described
Israi cneral \ lew on t peace
settlement and the refugees quei
lion Israeli sources said Jerusa
leiu was not mentioned .1- an issue
l-iaeli sources lenied ttut Secre
tai> Rusk had urged Mr Eban to
influence Israel lo show restraint
in the tvaki .ii thi Elath sinkii
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Friday. Nov

By EDWARD COHEN
Liebman Awarded Grant for Research
rights to cite la to denj the tcacl -
COHEN
Problems And Dilemma!
cal Ihis '
I R<
Jew ish d 'v
ce In mj role as a s> i a
administrator will pai
ite in the 26th coi vent
. tional Ass iation of Temple
sti
g with soi le 140 <
newest metho
I our bic religious i1
-
Several i r, 1 will
gate from Tei iple Israel to
40th biennial g< nei al assem-
:' of the Union of American
:' brew Congregations Its theme,
ntemporory Challenges to An
I rnal People.' will cover the
red, the spiritual and the
.alar concerns of K
-
~he 10 days in Montreal may
shake the world but they
tainl} will in- illustrative of
problems and dilemmas which
. front all Jews m America -'
- point in his) '> The I nion
"- nnial can very well rock the
; nin movement to its founda-
- in a manner uh.ch is
, wing cono
The adm tors look upon
r meet
igement" They will
ut automati
rati\e I
training I uture
admin;-'
rs and
lership ti
blem now that the pi
nals have
- i have
loubl that I will retun
etter equipped a', the

i
modern Jewish II
. it has little meanii
rt an i soul of thai
u i- ha\ e come
.:-
Judais
to survui is v hat the d<
- always, should be in-
. g e lui iti mal. informa
tive But the n will
at the pli
when the controversial n
red i ir passagi As
a prelude and .< wan
mighty Temple Emanu-El ol N<
York last spring resigned from
the UAHC on a note of disl
for the social action con;
thi l nion leadership, particularl}
that of Rabbi Maurice I
drath. the president But while
Emanu-El's voice will not be
heard at this convention, there
is no doubt that main
ho* man) is the m
will take up the fight against the
involvement of the syi
governmental questions w
political ssui
alread) has i><
of th< Re
the Greater .''
as throuahoir
This i- nol i i wish
issue alone. Da\ id Law i em i
recent Herald column stated
that "Man) people are be
ing to sa> that cli and
church organizations are driving
awa) parshioners b) talkin
much about politics and by
failing to teach the all important
- .if ethics and morality so
iai today in countries troubl-
I i b) disorder and violence
Man) Jewish leader- also feel
strong!) thai but more
I na
'
rel ;i in" and not i
speak on politics les
The rabb.s and ti.
then- sei i thai \
nam. the di wai
the House I'i
Activities I ci\il
Judaism as the) viev them
Those who agree with
Law.....ee would coaiine theu
wholehearted :h'""'
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kind ol i
the kind his grandmother had If
thi- attitu
pan
the past two decades, it n
i me to the surface in Montn
within the next two weeks
We ve been warned that th.
weather can get ver) void in
Montn al th lime ol the >
1 have a fei that it will be
so hot ii "' ball
no oni nol even Miamians,
tice it's c dd outside
Methodist Minister
l> Guest Leeturer
Di \ Ro) Eckardl
j
.. Greater a
A Mi tl dist minister Dr El k
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"The Ri
and '
Jew ..: 1963 64
he spent thi
bridge L'i
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Friday November 3 1967
Jfwisti nrrktirnr'
Page 7-A
Reform Rabbis Will Visit Miamians
On University Of Florida Campus
Several Reform Rabbia from the i
Miami area will visit the Univer
of Florida on Mondaj and
Tui sdaj No\ 'i and 7, to me I
with the young people of "
congregations and of oth< i R 'iorm
congregations in the state
Rabbi l'i Herbert M I
spiritual leadei m Ten Beth
' m, Assi tanl R obi Ste\ .'.
ci,i)- di Temple Israel of Great
Vfiami. and Rabbi Richard Leviton
"i Temple Emanu El, of Ft I aud-
erdale arc am ing Ihosi a l<
area
II 11 be
a dim held at tl
MilU! House al the LTi of
Florida 11 hundred >ui -
pi ople are ex cted Thei
m open que -i ion and answ 11 i
i in i on the -
The 1 I a si of
'
Rabbi B n his cai
f tl iuth-
t Ccnl R
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Mrs. Leon J. til, Lee:. ).
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JTA Editor Retires After Half Century
Of Service in Field of Jewish Journalism
\; Vi iRK T \ The retire
Bori 5n ilar after 49
the Jew r k gi aphic
, i la 2' Kdiinr in
i e world news sen
annoum ed this week bj
Robert \n." IT\ president
Mr J who il 70, will eon
a rite hi* popular column
I by JTA to the Amen
BORIS SMOtAff
v ill carrj the
l i itu-
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: has been
ctoi
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need
Kaysl n as
ii IT \ Mr
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contii
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at N Chi
(tafl ol the
1 I i Daily 1 intil he
,
He later became chief Euro-
pean correr oondenr for JTA nc<
coverco most of Hie world's ma-
jor news iterlea involving the
Jewish people over a period of
nearly two decides.
lie was one of the JTA team
which provided the world press
wnil it- major i"\ei age ol the
1929 Palest.ne ri its He covered
pogroms in Poland and Rumania
Hi- dispatches fi >m Most o to t
JTA ami the New V rfc World
ing .i (.:::. ii i iod in the <
ii m ol the So\ iel Revolution did
much to intorm th, world .i- la the
i.i i
Pei h his ingesl and mosl ar
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il in
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be w .ii until
., n he iv irned to New
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Mi Bienstock, a native 'if Hart
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Vork Hi raid Tnbu I the Lon
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He enl lo Europe in 1935 with
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ANNIVERSARY MARKED
1 Jalfour Declaration Is 50 Years Old
i
By S. M. GOLDSMITH
LONDON
.'he Pillowing letter was senl by
1 ord Balfour, the British Foreign
Secretary to Lord Rothschild on
n v 2, IM7
Dear Lord Rothschild,
I have much pleasure in con-
eying to you, on behalf oi His
Majesty's government, the fol-
wing declaral on ol sympathy
v. ith Jewish Zionist aspirations
\. liich has been submitted to and
. pproved bj the Cabinel His
Majesty's government view with
fi vor the establishment in Pal
< stine ol a nan.ma! home for the
ish pi opte, and ill use iheir
~i endeavors to facilitate the
. hlevement ol this object, it be-
I clearly understood thai ne-
ng shall be done which may
prejudice the civil and religious
i jts of existing non Jewish
communities in Palestine, or the
it- and political StBtUS i DJOJ
i | i>> Jews in anj other country,
I should be grateful if you would
bring] this declaration to the
knowledge oi the Zionist Fed<
budding work in Palestine, more anxious I I have II than the
British were to issue tl Batwui
It was not a beginning of course had his difficulties in the War
There is a Jewish tradition that the cabinet, not least with a Jewish
Messiah was horn on the da) the minister bj the name oi Edwin
Temple was destroyed The long Montagu, who fought the prop.
tag for Zion is part of our faith Declaration with a neurotic ve
But it was not mere longing Mai
mooidei wrote ol .leuish sovereign-
t> and Nachmanides settled in Je-
rusalem Yehuda Halevi's Zion
Cantos are*parl ol our literary her
itage. There were Olim in ever)
generation The original colonies
are forty years older than the Bal
four Declaration and the first Zi
onist Congress took place twe tj
years before Balfour"- letter to
Rothschild. In fact, the letter itself
acknowledges the existence ol the
British Zion sf Federation.
But the Declaration did bring in
its wake a surge ol Zionist enei
Perhaps more use could have been British Jews
made of this opportunity And foi
this we must blame ourselves and
not the British Through all the
In niencc
Outside the government, there
were the leaders ol the Hoard ol
Deputies and the Anglo-Jewish As-
sociation. They had a joint com-
mittee for foreign affairs whose
main job was to send deputations
to the government, a kind of plead
els union, and it went all o.it
against the Balfour Declaration
The short sightedneaa ol these pen
pie was obvious even then, but
(here were Englishmen in powerful
positions who did not like the idea
oi tin- Declaration, and the) made
pod use of the opposition among
Lor.-.
icing
Yours.
Arthur .l..nic-
>ur "

haw -iv< u the text verbatim
I, cause such documents tend to be
killed b.. their own popularit)
ryberiy knows about the I
fi ii Declaration hut fet take the
ti mole ; i look up it- actual w
I iv is a classical Biil
'i .11 can make of il liki
peopli did We are no) even
si re whether Balfour meant a Jew
State or merel) a spiritual
ci nter l ih re are differing v iews
his ubject, and Balfour him-
/
Numerically, these British Jews
wen- in a minority The then cine!
Rabbi. Dr Joseph Herman Herts.
mad. it clear in his famous lettei
The lime- that the opponents of
.u ce|
home and
to public
opinii
The late Conservative
for more to the idiotic proi
n.cnt ol Mi John Hopt S
that > ou i annol m inj i
Palestine In retrospect il
ne
Hi, aration did not represent Leopold Ami i told me how, .-,.,, Wci/mann. Ja
lenl
ludes id the Mandate, Bal
lour had his followers, among 'hem
Winston Churchill, who gave us the
Jewish Brigade in World War 11
British Jew- and were not even a
able minoi it) Lord Rothschild
identified himself with the Decla
ration, and eventually became its
addressee an honoi hi- thoroughl)
di sened I ord Samuel and I
influential Jews and non-Jews, and
he Zionist kith '
>v ,-mann at then head pri
for the Dei laration Prime Mini-
Lloyd George, Smuts and M
were in favor
As the da; went b; the w I
hearted ol Bran
his followers u as < nlisted, or -
ven as a matter of course, and
en 'i as an argument that the
Dei laration was a good thing f"r
- i who lived to participate in the only he could have broken through Britain and not merel) an act ol
rting ol the Hebrew Cniversity
i to make several speeches on
/ onism, never made it quite I
is very likely that In- was not
ar in 'us nwn mind al the time
1' is not relevant today
Yet, it is a landmark in Jew-
ish history. This document and
t->e British Mandate over Pales-
tineApril, 1920. San Remo
cave Zionism a new impetus and
enabled the extension of the up-
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the wall ol resistsi i e and thus
laid the foundation for the Isi
Defense Koreas
in, the victories of im 1956
and l!(>7 are solely and exclusive
1> Jewish achievements, the fruit
of the Jewish genius But Balfour
and Churchill do stand out as two
[towering Anglo-Zionists And when
we Ma me the British for Mali
Macdonald and Ernest Bevini we
must, in fairness also recall Arthur
James Balfour and Winston S
Churchill
We had a checkered relation-
ship with the British during the
nineteen years of the Mandate,
and British Middle East policy
continues to be ambiguous.
To realize the significance of the
Balfour Declaration we must cast
our minds back to 19177. At the
time, it was vital lor Zionism to w
cure British approval and partner-
ship. Herzl spoke of it u> a great
goal in his time. Britain was still a
great Empire alter the first world
war. and America was still Strug
gltng to secure it- place in the sun
as a great power, let alone a super-
power
i It was not eaaj to secure the
Balfour Declaration. For obvious
reasons, the Zionists were much
international humanity and natural
. America wai
be I partner at the peace COItfei
The influence of Amci.
s w.i- pei hap- exaggerated foi between li'l
the purpose of the argument but
not invented In ,,nv im-atis
In tin' end the decision, in prin
eiple, was ripe but the text was not
It had to be text which
would satisf) the Zionists, not ol
the Irabs, placate the oppo
nents among British Jews and be
as Sn :< t.iiv !> the \\ ar I'.ilnnet.
ne the author of the fa
moiis text Atier everybody had
nil
thai
i.
mis-.
out what it meant, hi at it
rent I
Wh.it he implied was that a
more clearly defined document
would have had no chance of be-
ing approved by the Cabinet. It
had to combine Balfour s ideal-
ism and imperialism.
We kit r Ihi stoi v that follow
Palestine bei ami the most \n\ i
into "i the world v I
the British government did
mi! know what to do next, the) .'I1
pointed a Royal Commission The
last inquiry was bj .1" tl
American committei which only
went to show hou times > hat
i l!Ht)
The ideas about Palestine rai
from w eizn ann as Jen ish as
,m 1- Bi Jabol
sky's 'both side's of the J01 dai
Male ilm Macdonald mmi
gi ation .' I nest Be mi -
ler to tin- Arabs; from
Ben-Gui ol six mil
- in .1 Jew ish state, with mom
lurion wele 1
The greatest achiet < 1
ionism- and subeequentl)
.. 1-: .1.1 was not sn mui 1
tish patrol u 1
h al -oi from il 1
lishmen admil it fre<
.in place In Jew ish '
re amoi the H
ai gumenl as 1
much the Bi dish hj\
to the
th, lhn.1 Jewish 0
1 : incor and the
rgotten lode) It Is 1
1 elebratlon by I
who have, aftel r>
ined on speaking tern
the a-in.veraary both
guard thru owi
is .1 best as ihej kno
dn it
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t
hi'if in our h. livhinmi
REVIEWS
THE AMERICAN
JEWISH YEAR BOOK
and
NEGRO IHKOIS SHOW Mil WAY
Page 9 A
i the past (< years Ik*
Publication Society and
i, jean Jewish Committee
jointly publishing the
\\ IEWISH VEAR
rhe I9v edition [volume
ii now available
volume contain* p<
which make the book
than ."' aggregation <>f
tables and demogra
of the two ipecial
. rurrenl book Cai I
! he Purpose ol the
i immunity Cental Mo'
should 1h> of intaraat to
h community of Dade
since we allocate almost
ol a millioa (lollat- to
\ from the Combined
Vppeal Ovei the yeai the
investment and operating
havi cosl the local com
. n an) millions "I dollars
! bonl writes that the
absence of clear di
ol rommnnit) center pur
ii k >> disquieting to
: its leaders He a rites
overwhelming majoi it)
immunity center directors
irticipated in the itndj felt
' ii the r chief aim was to pro
thf recreation for the mem
tutions which arc the
Si ea "f .Icwi.sh funds and
ripheral to Jewish neligkoui
bould undergo periodic re
Data and activities
Men once said that funds
i 1 and in its name
have limit in the ISA more
lor the aged, hospitals
'i than American Jew s
!': Charles 8 l.iehman
I Orthodox) and the
ntei (Tradition, Win-
By R. S. ROTH
munit) center pi
The editors of tin \MERll \\
JEWISH YEAR BOOK have again
done .i creditable job Some
errors -''II appear Foi Instance.
the article on Mexico i- written
in .i Men can Jew who
that the Jewish population ol
the countr) is 45.000 p287
However in the statistical table
the incorrect fi 10,000 is
givi n p 483) I"! the ; as( -.-v,
yi ..I \i ntina ha: appeared
.i. havuig -in estimated Jewish
population ol 4ju.immi This is
trifle absurd since the hnth iat<
is highei than thai of the I S \
and jIi\ ii is of little i
i-nee Returnees almosl equal the
number of those who emigrated
This index has failed to list
World Jewish Population an
important -:. I and it .- nol
.>> to 111i.l without such aid
NEGRO HEROES SHOW
THE WAY
By R S ROTH
Rosabeile S Roth has publish
fd i book written b) her aboul
living Negroes and their eon
trihu'ier- to America She lakes
account of a long DOted need to
recognise and hold up as modi Is
outstanding Negroes in the Amen
can culture The following are
sonic of the observations made h\
.i NegTO educator in another pail
Of the Slate
"Since one of the problems ,,i
minority groups i- Identifying
with the larger national group
and since effort- at integregation
permeate all sspects ol our
ciety, it might have hail more
ter. 10061 collated 'he arguments
tor the necessity ol Orthodox; to
communicate with Jewish com
Impact tor the book to be 'in-
tegrated If the book had beei.
entitled Heroes Show the Wa)
and white- had been included
fBSd win not also include the
Jcwi who w.-re murdered in Mis
sissippi while helping the V
it mighl have served
purposes of increasing intei
racial understands for both
Whit.- and Negro student
"'I he Glossar) Mmetimes gi\e!
inaccurate oi narrow definil
1 adership i- defined as "the
abilitj to lead others and tel
them what to do The concept
oi leadership bj people in
ithorit) .mil pov er has
prevented the developmenl t><
those whom (hey have purport <
to lead ll i- .i perversion ol the
basic purposes ol d<
procedure The definition ol (hi
word prejudice To hate others
because ol then- color, race oi
in" excludes such feelings
of prejudice as rejection ol
''I.....Iteachers oi distrust ol in
surance companies oi other pre
ludicial feelings which ma) not
m. lude hate
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Friday. .November 2
Capitol Spotlight:
Bv MILTON FRIEDMAN
Russia is Growing Threat to Troubled Middle East
Washington
^EMBERS
W of Con-
gress are on
thi' verge of
attacking Sec-
retary of State
Dean Rusk
.. ,. n
phasis on Southeast Asia wh'le
the Soviet menace to the Middle
East is debunked.
Sen. Stuart Symington, Mis-
souri Democrat, is former U.S
Air Force Secretary Speaking
a> the ranking member <>f 'he
Senate Preparedness Subcom-
mittee. Sen. Symington voiced
concern over Mr Husk- pre
occupation With China and Viet
Nam while an even more omi-
nous storm is brewing in the
Middle East
legislators have learned that
the Soviet Union has continued
its rearmament of the Arab
Mute- without interrupt on
Much of the new arms and
equipment is even more mod-
ern than material lost in the
Day war last June.
There is good reason to be
In ve that Russia has inert
advisory teams of Soviet per-
sonnel in Syria and Egypt. The
most sophisticated ground ra-
dar, range finding, snd elect
|c equipment was rushed from
Russia and installed on the
western bank of the S
nal The. possibilit) of Soviet
instructors becoming involved
in action a sainst Israi l U con
able
lund to mound Russian
rockets oi the latest di
have been rushed to Egypt
The Egyptians have now I
resupplied with 80 perci nt of
the jet combat planes .it their
disposal before the June wai
Newei and better models have
been provided Betwi i
60 Sukhoi-7 jets, a lethal
c-aft. wen U) replace the
12 destroyed bj Israel The
Mb. 15, MIG IT. and M1G 19ail
I :.,: Ii '
by thi I
\, w llyushin 28 jet boml
have
'llv Egypt e now
ed with k.) per-
il planes
at thi I befon the
June ai S< i and better
I .led
r tei I 80 Sukh ii 1
v re nt
, ce thi lestn ed b>
Israel Thi Mb. ''<. Ml I I"
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European Newsletter By Alfred Wolfmonn
Egypt Is Home To Nazi War Criminals
BOSS -
taf HEN THE Six Day War began in the Middle East.
" the Communist press of Eastern Europe opened
a campaign of slander against Israel, likening that
nation's efforts to avert its own annihilation to the
acts of the Nazis. Neither Moscow nor its allies could
give the slightest proof of the Nazi-like atrocities"
charged to Israel But apparently that has no impor-
tance to the Communist press.
There is a grim irony in this. For if the Soviets
and their Eastern European friends really feel so
strongly about the Nazis, they have only to turn to
Olf the Record:
their Middle Eastern allies, principally Egypt, to
discover a veritable rat's nest of former Nazi war
criminals who live in comfort and safetv and. almost
without exception hold high positions within vanou>
government ministries and agencies.
One example is the former commander of the
Nazi extermination camp at Treblinka, Franz Stangl.
who was recently extradited from Brazil to Germany
In 1948 Stangl fled from prison in Austria to Syria,
where he lived for several .vears before he went to
Brazil.
One of GoebbcLs' leading anti-Semitic figures was
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
American Jewish Organization Men
A FRIEND OF MINE who was recently
** released from years of servitude to
Jewish organizations maintains there are
three kinds of Jewish organization men
Their distinctive life styles, he believes,
reflect the evolution of American Jew-
ry in recent years. But why paraphrase
when I can let him speak for himself
Sociological study of our organiza-
tions would define three kinds of personality Of course,
there are many hybrid types, as well I believe, however.
that the most clear-cut fauna to be found in the Jewish
field are the following:
First, the Old Guard. Typically East European-
oriented, he is an amateur Yiddishist and a failed scholar.
He retains an engaging innocence of mind, loves to difl-
Jewish life and cultureon which he is remarkably
well-read. He will often interrupt pressing tasks for re
ooversation. Yet he is also, in the French &
of the word 'engage,' a man of strong viewpoints which
he fearlessly sets forth.
"He is graciously forgetful and slovenly, a fact that
annoys his younger colleagues. But he is alsothere i
word that more accurately sums him upa 'men
honest, affectionate, profound And. ala-. his rank- an'
dwindling throuuh debility and death.
"Second, the 'Semi-Professional." He tries to swim
with the tide of change, but he gets winded His hel
really not with the wave of the future, but with tin 1. -
exacting past He is in his late forties or early fifth
son of immigrants who remembers .. penurious East
boyhood of the Talmud Torah and the Yeshiva Hi
members involvement in social cause-, the depress
strident years at a citj the lost elan of the New
Deal, the turbulent years of Zionism that climaxed with
Israel's rebirth.
"Today, amor younger men. he .. ,, reflect a
hidden distrust of the new organizational order and of
himself. He is painfully aware of certain indefined limi-
tationsand he is mellow, melancholic He has the K
of himself in In- professional role as va tto borrow
tin' terminology of existentialism) inauthentii He Is the
salt oi the earthbut he i- slightly outmoded
"The thud category comprisi the I mi i
born into the computerized and automated a
type is devoted to the sub to the J< wish
1 'Cation ot his | jldrcn bul his public manner
ttuned to Mac- in Avenui to t pn
ci p's ol his grandfather Hi
and 'cool' in mind and
imagi : ilfillment ol all modern orgai izational as|
He I u! and efficient-
's the organization grows, it i | thi charn
U he- an l simple humanness of the I
earni tness of the S rhe Agi
of the Expert begins Progress We'n not i | <
As We Were Saying:
Bv ROBERT E. SEGAL
No Laek Of Advice For Israel
^NODLES of people are giving
^^ ad\ ice to Israel and her friends
these days. The- flow of suggestions
is fascinating.
Some writers of letters to news
papers are explaining that the
trouble would be settled soon if the
American press would shake off its
Jewish influence and start to pre-
sent "the Arab sine" They forget thai cotrespono.-
of Wester.", i wspapers were, m some Instances
booted out of Arab nations during the June un-
pleasantness Nor do the letter writers evidence any
realistic understanding of the conception of a free
press. Indeed, some are disingenuous enough to
veal they have been missionaries in Arab lands and
are just plain irritated by the insertion of a pro-
Western democratic asylum for Nazi war victims in
the rich oil lands that ring Israel
Again, there are the cables by leaders of Moslem
and Christian churches to IN Secretarj Genera] U
Thant and other key personages complaining that
Israel is violating holy places in Jerusalem. 1'ictonal
proof of Jordan earlier desecration of Jewish
shrines and graveyards seem never to have hit the
light of exposure. Nor is there any visible evidence
now of violations by the Israelis with the possible
oki ptions ol -i ars that ma) inflicted in
I I eat Ol .. wai to defend a little nation i
rod intention of the L'nited Arab Republic
the I'alestme Liberation Organization to wipe
that sovereign state off the m p
Then there arc thi ins that Israi I
been committing atrocities against Arabs trapped
by the outcome Of the Six Day War I Thant IDC
representative on the welfare of Aral,- (Nils-
I quickly dispelled that rumor
I the most ironic criticisms come from
land Here i- Bertrand Russell, for example,
with a charge bv his seven-member mission digging
Middl. East for what Russell calls "war
criminals asserting that evidence has now been
thai the Israelis used "inhuman
against the Arabs
There was once a British Foreign Minister by
the name of Ernest Bevin who did use an "inhuman
weapon m the Middle Fast The gadget was anti
Semitism Bevin displayed it by suggesting that the
Jews of New York had undue influence over Wash-
ington 'this at the time Hitler was riding high in his
determination to kill all Jews in Europe). And the
Hon Ernest Bevin implemented his hatred of Jews
by usnig every trick in his toolbox to keep them from
the sanctuary, Israel.
Johannes von Leers, who went to Egypt '
\lar 11. became a Moslem and i;vc undei
., \rnin ben Omar He continuic. r V
da in Cairo within the Egypt.< pro| ..ndj
ministry
The former Nazi minister to Ea-t r ...-..; i
trie- during the war. Kadcmacher. respons for
thi murder of thousands of Jews, bved ii iyni
under his real name until a few month! ago
so secure that he dared to return to Germai
he was .ii rested.
It is well known that the notorious Doc:
Eisele >( the concentration camp a: B .
( I ro tome vears ago German court! a si
hi- extradition, but Cairo refused. ?so Dr
who had committed terrible crimes .- Bucl
continued his work as a doctor in i. ro
there last April.
t ot the Chief aides of Ad '
Bl r ehmann had tent 1
slovai Ireece to an ange th< I al
For vears now tie has lived in Syl B and I He
|s wanted by Austria, the I SSR .
i -;i < where he lives todaj. is I
I rmer SS Standartenfuhrer i *
part m the liquidation of the Ghetti in W
in K. >p! H. w irked first for the
:i. I ater he became an '*in
Palestine Liberation oi>;anization
The list goes on and on. Tb ,w'
major Nazi criminals have found .
:n Arab countries, and the Comn...r, -t .
ept tins situation without pro:. *ho
thi friends and allies of Moscow
Highlights In Sports
JESSE SILVER
Spilz Wins Three
1 rmai w< i Id swimming record
' on m his wake Bl he churn,
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ltenly wii
S I .den. the 17 v, ||
I butterfly and the M0 net
i >pe will, thri .
Is
Kai Sv tan and Booth Lust* I I
iball ro iki< s, had wen little or
tht -eason s, .
the Detroit Lion-, and p
Buffalo Hills Lustefl as
"i. Miami Dolphins' tax. squad i
d 88 in 1868
Bo! b) stem is fin.iii> gettinj anci
the Ail-American football player
-em ., ti:( 2J1 pa
- defensive end for the L'nivi
I junior this season. Stein .- .-:ill
< in intercollegiate competition I i
; knei i ist him most of the 1981 -> -" ''
in only the Indiana and Iowa game- I ll i" I
in those two appearances hi
"ii the Associated Press All-Big n team
I II ..- an athlete, Stein, a pn
eragi w.,- named to the Ural Ml Bij i
team and (be Second All America
in the 1!* i I,, good |)-ir.
d knee 1 the 2S-3 win I .. I SMI M*jj
quarterback la the end om a"d
kuked two extra points. His tar was the differ.
Gophers 1:112 ripening mmr victor* aver Di
Hi- greatest, attributes are that h. itro r*'s
and wants to play," said Gopher .Coach Wan He
the things that you look for in 1 P
Also in the football news is Harvard I lard I ";*'p|
Bruce weinatein, playing for Yale, linebacker M >!'att
with Florida State; Brent Kaufman, with How Small
leading the blocking, scored three touchdowns for llhode
Mand; San Jose State has sophomore guard Don Rose, and
Honda State sophomore defensive back Steve Tanner
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Eshkol In New Plea For Immigration
From West To Aid In Peace Talks
S M i \i JTA) Prime
Levl EMikol warned an
,,t Rnai Briih leaden
thi< week that poor prospi
rther immiiration of Jews t.>
particularly from Western
i could Mrioualj hamper
i n any future negotiations
i he Araba aw boundarlai and
, ntual peace settlement
--in- the o|>enin2 session
,; the B'nal H nth Israel (onimis
-urn. the Prime Minuter referred
eater Israel" includiriK the
pied parti <>f Jordan. Syria
Egypt and to the "new OOpOT
tunities" that faced his nation in
ih'' afti rmath nf its victory in the
Uiii lat June He noted
eater" Israel's population
:-timhers 3 8 million, of
4 percent ar- Jews and 36
on ie- "if >on were
isk me what is required to
these opportunities. I
r in one simple phi
lew he said
Mr Eshkol Mid he did not
Hint to predict now what the
population figures and percen-
ould be in five, 10 or 15
years "That depend* on too
'acton." including "boid-
'). relation* with the Arabs.
internal developments in the
-'ales and internal develop.
meofi here."
However, he warned, whatever
political decisions are made even
tually. they mils; not be di Unn:n
ed by .i situation in which there
is no aliyah or prospect of aliyah
The Prime Minister conceded
that the Immigration outlook is
hleak He noted that only a few
more tins of thousands will come
from the Middle (East countries and
that Russian Jewry is hehmd the
Iron Curtain, which is getting
thicker and more unpenetrable
The only serious HHirce of Jewish
immigration today is from the
West, he said although he rccognil
ed that prospects of large scale
Immigration from Western coun
tries are not too good He taid
that Israel on its part will do
everything to streamline the pro
cess of immigration and eliminate
red tarn'
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Ronald I Gaines, son of Mrs
Robert Ryan o( 1965 SE 117th Rd
North Miami, ha- been promoted
to airman lirst class in the I S
Air Force
Airman Gaines is i personnel
specialist at Wurtsmith -\tr Force
Base Michigan He is a member of
the Strategic Air Command, Amrr
lang-rangc nuclear bomber
missile force
The airman is a graduate ol Mi
mil Senior High School and attend
ed the University of Miami
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iairm m I (hi Un ler Mi
ZOA Presidents Council, is shown con
tulatinq Abraham A. (.irunhut upon his
lent ol tlv
Zionist Distr. Iv tch is the largest ZOA I
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Kshkol Insists
On New Lines
Continued from Page 1A
Israel's attitude that secure na-
tional boundaries must be deter-
mined within the framework of
peace treaties," he declared.
Vs. for i Hi ghts, Mr I
aid, \ e shall nol permit .i
' il the situation ,
la Jui e 5 that bon ol
I lestruction \:l
the valley, nor will the
situation in Sinai the tiulf ni I
oi the Suez Canal !> restored to
what it was
Mr. Eshkol warned Egypt.
Syria. Iraq and other Arab coun-
tries that Israel will not remain
silent in face of the harassment
and persecution of Jews within
their borders. He demanded that
Jews imprisoned in Arab coun-
tries bo released and permitted
to leave those countries.
The Prime Ministei --.iiil that
the local Arab inhabitants ol the
West Bank region and the 'i.i/.i
strip nave m cooperated with
terrorist gangs, and the situation
is sett! : d iwn He noted thai I he
unification of Jerusalem was car
ried out without any uphi i
I an.d the n ha returned tn
norm r,
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Israeli War Hero Is Guest Speaker
At Beth Torah Israel Dinner Saturday
,1 Yitvhnk MB, larnnU
\ar I l .' MMl .' aatol officer II
.-:..(t h adquarteri ol Isra
i, i who phryed maior rote
La the recent S Daj War, will ho
a special ,us* a: the Both Torah
Israel i1 nnei ol ta
will Join in Bonorinj Samuel Fox,
Miami businen and !""--
> will be tiie recipient ol the I*
raol Pi < Minuli n I
the d nnei
Tu' dinner al Ini i ehleau
! rtU .-, al : M | n preceded
on at 7
v n r*M will '
.... ,-. to Israel through the
Neii'ng tS* omnar committee
CtH TIIIMAK Mfft
,r* Dr. Max A. Upschiti. W itoal leader of Beth Torah Con
gr*<|it,on; B >rton Youno. chair-
man; Me> r it fto. cochair-
man; and Mr. nd Mrs. Mattliew
O. ttiin9>r. chairman of ha
committee of host*.
Km.l Cohen, recogniied u
,. outstanding performers on
the nent scene, will P">
special program ol humor
i then will preaenl a program find
in both in American
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the chairman ol tnt n
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Suez Closure Cost Britain
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Installed at Banquet on Noy. 12

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Section B
Clifford Porlman To
Chair 'Y' Campaign
i Perlman, chairman of
oi Lum'a Inc ban been
-> i
chairman "t the
\i y\\HA of Greater Miami D
, it Fund. "Y" president
..... announced Wednesday.
Perlman, who played a key
, m the hiRhl\ successful 1967
..,,, i Em< gency Fund Hiim' in
!! head a countyw iil<
n for capital lun.Is in
y programs ai ill
\ irth Dade and Miami
. i hes
honoring ci\ 1c leader
, ..: i.i. v." orig
., ., dule I inr No* k haa
ed to Dei 8 Mr Fas*a
Ded ..lion of Langer
i main athletic facilities
N >A Hih St.. will
dinner which will
. .1 IC SoOOlNHI in
. .ii throu shout Dadi
nounced thai
i- thi Fli la busi
ncss community will aerve with
him .. co hairmen of the Develop
ment Fund Thej are Herbert G
Paige. \ice pn sident and general
manager "f Pepal <' < >; ;* Bottlera of
Miami and secretary and director
of American Beverage Corp. Aaron
Kravitt mid William A Weintraub,
chief executive officer! of Dade
Wholesale Products, Inc and of
Kagle Arm) Navy Sior. a, a chain of
7t> retail outlets In the -tatc
Mr Paige was .in associate chaii
mini if the Israel Emergency Fund
and has sei ved on the boar
directors ol the YM YWHA I
i.n ater Miami He is active In I i
Miami Dade Chamber <>i i
merci Temple Israel, t nitcd I
: Dade inty, Rotan i
nun era ither civi and i
ions,
Mi Kra\ li is i hairman I I i
Jewish 1 \
1 hrifl Shop Committi e
in th Coml
Fox-Singer Lounge
To Be Dedicated
The Fox-Singer Lounge al Beth
lii.ih Congregation will be dedi-
cated during late Friday services
conducted by Dr. Max A. Lip
schitz.
The lounge has been endowed
by Mi and Mrs Samuel Fox in
memory ol his mother, Mrs. Clara
Fox, and her mother, Mrs. Bertha
Singer.
Mr and Mrs Fox will he hon-
ored at the State of Israel Dinner
of Tribute Saturday night at the
Fontainebleau lintel
Jew ish
decade
Appeal for more than a
Sale!
Imported Italian
2 and 9 pe. Woof Knits
1.5151
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II in brig
.-.cols aid '

Mount Sinai Hospital's Foun lei eel Drates tl
dcy Plateau (5 yet.' Is) ot Fou r M<
Ldward L. Cowen, Charles Reskin Mrs. Haul Gora:.
tnd Ben Markowitz.
Moe Levin Elected New
President Of Histadrut
Mr Weintraub is an active leal
r in the li< art Association ol
Greater Miami, past president ol
he Edison Center Board ot Trade,
,ii I has sen ed as i hairman of ie\
eral ma jor com mittees of thi
Greati Miami Jewish Fcdei ation
"With this quartet ol > i
ccssful business and civic leaders
.1, i. pting thesi positii if con
nsibilit) our De> elop
Fund campaign i rospeel -
dec l bi ight, Mi Faski a
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Mm I e.in Miami Beach i usi
i -- ami civic lea ler, has I
elected president iii the Israel His
tadrul ( ommittce ol Gn ater Mi-
ami and named cochairman ol the
\o\ 22 .i!Mm r at thi Font
H au I lotel honoi I leli Gen
Vvraham Yat.e
Mr Levin succeeds Samuel I i
under whose leadership the
Hist; In act i ities i| anded in
yi in conjunction w ith
the South Floi Ida C luncil on Med
, Sen and \ ocat ional I:
ng in Israel
R chairman I th
< nith Floi ida L' >un< il, will >
...: n
Vaffe. i andei Isri
lank Coins m the Noith -
ch ci .hi I Egy| tian arm
.,. June's S x Daj W ...
Anno ii emi i I ol Mr l e\
ion was Eal eoji
K mish ol rcn pie Beth Shol
national \ ice ';
< ent Foundation,
.mil bj Abraham Rovinsky, chair-
., il th board of directors of
i-. ael Histadrut Committee ol
Greal i Miami
Mr l.r. si le ol the
Aeizmann Branch of Farband and
i a si president ol the Lebediker
major units ol the
' movement in
Mi also is a past chairman of
the ex< ci hoard ol Histadi ui
-
D ii ins Israel's w ar ol Indepen
1948 and 1949, Mr i i
i as a i ler ol the H
ird ol Jei i n and has played
le in support
>iate '. I ts rebirth
\r a :, r i>i M Shi
.. past worshi

nd sei v. as Vmbassa lor 11 the
Miami ^ Sponsor*
Israel Stamp Shov.
Ar. o md colorful dis
p a) ol Israel post)
i ii has been on exhibit at Mont-
EXPO iii be I ov n i i me
time in Miami. -
12th at the \ M YWHA oi Gn
: iii, Paul Faske, president oi
the Miami YMHA, announced
one section ol the exhibit
(ait ot the collection ol Fra
I ardii al Spellman w ho has one ol
the world a foremost collections ol
Israeb stamps
The opening of the exhibit will
coincide with the Career Oppor-
tunity Day' at the YMHA cospon
,i b) the Jewish Vocation!
Service lo help teena
their careei -
Mot lecifi 7ocob (fiflcin
1 ol a to thi

Mniuiir* feerncni
BURDINE
The N uembei dinm will bene-
. g ati r Miami Amal V i
II ..ii St hool in Ramie, Is-
I h -lu>
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... i len
in gj i i uand bj thi l
e< o
y, xi cuti' e lirec
drut lor I
the Greater M ami
.,... i en r in Bei >
the i ol the &
i inincil headed b> Mr. Rii
km ..i I b> the Israi I Hist
i oi nittee of Greati r Miami
'. .. | .... : B Ol
ors ol the Israi li desti
nk last month in I
Mediteri mean
Rosenberg IVanted
Cedars Trustee
M Rosenberg oi Miami
. !-. en nami I a Ti
i banon Hospilal
Rosenbi
nent was
1 j : ,-[ tal pn sident Harrj L,
The former Del Ms
. : th. well
M r R ( is v i ci n t ol
I i a ben
Wt
Sin Hospital. He is i
Club West\ iew l
In ciul md thi \ .. i and M I T.
i and Mrs R
-dars L
i i lasl arc ...
e i ie sot ial le ol M
Bi : i 'etroil and W ashini I n
:> c
.i le. :
I he i xhibit will be on dis| aj
at the YMHA Branch,
s.\\ 8th St from N"> 12 to Noi 18
,ll then move lo Miami I
First Nat onal Ba k o Uton Roi d
exclusive M
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the in'...: w | be in
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an opportunit) to i u th ma
..cent displaj
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Rabbi Rubel Feted
By B'nai Raphael
At Saturday Dinner
Rabbi Caarlc M Kubel svai bS
ored piiest at an installation dinner
Saturday night sponsored b> Con
greeation B'nai Raphael.
Before affiliating with B'nai Ra
phael in August. Rabbi Rubel had
served as spiritual leader of Tem-
ple Beth Sholem of Providence. R.I.
He received his B.A defTM from
City College of New York, and his
rabbinical and M.H.L. degrees
from the Jewish Theological Sem-
inary In Providence he reived as
chaplain of Howard Medical C'cn
ter and State Institution, the Jew
ish chaplain c.l the Providence Po-
lice Department, and the Davis
Park Veterans Administration Hos
pital. He was a member of the
Kiwanis Club of Providence, and
What Cheer Lodge of the Knights
of Pythias
Among dinner guests were Dr.
Max Upxchitz of Beth Torah Con-
gregation; Rabbi Sol Landau of
Beth David Congregation: and
Cin!oi Jack Lerner of B'nai Ra
phael
CerainkUeweiryrMetal Sculpture
Featured at Temple Judea Art Exhibit
every|
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Birthdays Noted At
JHA Sunday Party
Greater Miami Women's Auxil
iar>. Jewish Home lor the Aged,
will hold its next birthday part>
at Douglas Gardens. 151 NK 52nd
St on Suruiav at 1:45 p.m.
Mr and Mrs. Morris Kripph'.
auxiliary life members, will host
'In- .illair in honor ot her birthdaj
.All residents with October birth
daj i will ko b' feted.
Mrs. Lawrence SU verm at), auxil-
iary president, will five the mes-
sage of welcome Mrv Louis Ma
kovsky, program chairman, will in-
troduce Nina Renard Diamond
who will pre.M-nt Israeli and Yid-
dish songs with Mrs. Olga Bibor
si. n at the piano.
Bus transportation to the party
may be arranged throuuh Mrs
Anne Tannenbaum. and guests
who wish to. may tour the build
Ings ami grounds of the Home
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GREATER MIAMI SUCTION, NATIONAL COUNCIL OF JEWISH
WOMEN, is seeking information about MRS. DORA MUNDER
for overseas relatives Her last known address was Hotel Revere
1100 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach. Please contact Council office
373-6256.
THE NEW AMERICAN JEWISH SOCIAL CLUB
IS SPONSORING A SIMCHAT TORA DANCE ON
NOVEMBER 4th, 1967 AT 9 PM
AT THE YM-YMHA, 8500 S.W. 8th ST., MIAMI
5 PIECE BAND FOOD FUN
COME AND MEET A LANDSMAN'
Sunday Musicale Presented
Featured artists who will Rive a
concert Sunday, 4 p.m.. at the
Musicians' Club of America are
Ariana Moore, soprano. Arturo De
I Castro, tenor, and Dr. Paul Csonka
at the piano
Cera,.... v irwelrj and
wulrrfmr Hill he featnred at the
Biaux Arts Committee of Temp*
Creative Personalises n
art'exhibil Nov. 9 to 12 in the
social hall
Artists spec'*1 '"- '" l''':"
who will show their works are
Juanita May. represented by
13 pieces ranging irom small rag
out potteiv to a large stai
sculpture, and Eddk 'i ie, who
trill have varying sizes ol pottery
on display.
Also Marilyn Sherwood, a
tiva Miamian, w ho ha- st
awards for ceramics i her credit
and is currently showing SOI
her art objet U al Ji rdan Marsh,
and Fran William- who-. !8 ;
include figures, tile- and -mall
panels Miss v> IDiams Is also i m :>
alist ol note and has several ol hei
wall murals on displa) n Mian i
and K.'\ West
Completing the show > ill b( fret
form jewelr) in gold and
,-d h\ l i u Scherker, and
, m ., ; ... shown by local
artist Jim I.4W*
Rxhibil hours *fl] ho Thur>day
Nov. !"" 8 I*-"1 '" u' *m'
\,,\ 10 during the line.;
|a, Not 11 from
r pm t<> 10 pm and Sunday.
Nov 12, from lO 30 a m to 12 30
pm and from 2pm to 4 p m
the > wnt .- Mrs
, |. Baun. a Tempi-' Judea
memtM '' "'
human IK the I nuer-ity ol
Members ol the Beaux Aria
rcmmitti t are Mrs \ '.-tor K- ti I
Mr- Josepl M>1 I "'ii-
St hne.dei man. Mr- Warren Zim
dell Mr- Norman Rosen and Mrs
1 ee Lebou
Othe/ committi I i mher< in
Mr- Samuel Nedelman
Josh Kit curator of the
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leth Torah Ladies
Schedule Luncheon
>nd Annual Show
The Mollie Kahaner Sisterhood
Beth Torah Congrezatiqn w,dl
tonsor its annual fashion bIkm
[inl luncheon Wednesday, \m .'(
|l 11 a.m. in the social hall Some
ii guests are expected to attend
, affair, and all n in Ii rais *J
i-)ll be channeled | i the temple
in fund!
\ir* Fred Wertheimer is chair
n of the day, and Mrs William
k is in chai ge of tickets Mrs
Bttheu Ettinger is serving ..
;,\ and n i presidenl
'I'h Sisterhood eduled its
paid up m. nberjhip meet-
.1 i .. im for Wednesda; al !>
l.ni in the social hall.
Mrs. Bo) Marbii membership
L c president announced that the
ptivit les w :ll featui e an original
bis al entitled A I ook In on a
resident Dream" written b>
rs Irv log Mandell and Mrs Hai
> Rose, and directed by Mrs
irvin Gerbw The cast ill eon
: of Sisterhood members
Mrs George Goodman is Slater
t presidenl
the LXJontan s \AJorla
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Friday N
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Sunday Cot ill inn Starts at Both Am
Temph Beth Am will sponsoi a
Sunday i tillion Class al the tem
pie beginning on Sun lay i ening
The twenty sessions will be open
t" yo le in the seventh and
ii will be from
7 .in to 8 ;n p m. and childrei
n gister in the Tempi)
In i : arrangi
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Shewn a: installation lun heon cf the re-deration c\ Jew-
h Women are (lelt to right): Dr. Irving Lebanon of Temple
L'mnnut'l; Mrs. Sol (Goldstein, president, Federation ot
iewish Women; Mrs. Hobert Shapiro, president, Young
Women's Division; and (seated) Leon Kaplan, president
of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
Miami Jewish Women's Leadership
Honored At Installation Luncheon
Charged with a major responsi ry Silvcrman; recording secretary,
bility for shaping a real Jewish Mn F'hilip Thau;
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community, presidents of the ma-
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in the Miami area were honored
last week at the installation lunch-
eon (if the Federation of Jewish
Women and the Young Women'!
Division Almost 500 women took
part in the event.
corresponding
secretary, Mrs Irving Wexler; par
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Kink; nominating committee chair
man. Mrs Aaron Farr.
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Women's Division respectively Dr
Irving Lehrman, of Temple
Bmanu El, wai the installing of-
ficer
Mrs. Irving Lehrman, retiring
president, was given a special
tribute, led by Arthur S. Rosi-
chan, executive director of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion.
Mr- Edwin Oppenheim was
chairman of the luncheon. Install
nl in addition to Mrs Goldstein
and Mn Shapiro: for the Federa-
tion ot Jewish Womenvice presi-
dent*, lira Milton Green, Mrs
Jack Kattman, Mrs Florence Kup-
perman \l: I Sidney M Schuart/.
Mis Robert Shapiro and Mrs Lar-
Scuthgafe Towers Club
The first meeting of the newly
iblished women's social clubol
the Southgatc Towers Apartments
will he held at 1 p in Monday in
the Terrace Room Mrs ..\nn
Schwartz, president, announced
that the group now has rj
than 100 members.
tec chairman. Mrs. Lloyd Ruskin
The Federation of Jewish Wom-
en and the Young Women's Divi-
sion are sponsored by the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation.
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Friday. November 3, 1967
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Anita Zavk Weds
Harold Velluvk
Now on a lioiie.wnoon in Kuropc.
the termer Anita Zaek and Harold
i'etluck exchanger! marriage vows
M WrdneMtay. (Jet 25 at Temple ,
Bmaao-Ki. Dr. Irving LakrmaM oi- '
ficiatcd at Ur- 4 p.m. ceremony
Tito bride is the daughter of Mr
tad Mrs .lose RaMaovioh of 200
N" Hibiscus Dr., where a reception
in honor ot the newlyweds followed
the nuptials.
The bridegroom ll the M>l>ol Mr,
and Mm Lmb Pettuek, Spring-
field. Mim He attended Harvard
I nnersitx and owni I'ethuk- l>e
partment Store in Springfield
New Mrs I'etluck atten>led Ru-
ton Academy in Havana ami the
University of Michigan

. tZsQbout J^coplc and jr laces .
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MRS. MARC f MlSTONf
liurhfti (i Parker
Marc Firestone
Exchange Vows
The formal Barbara Parker,
rtaugbtei "t Mr and Mn Jack
Parker, wai married Sunday, Ocl
39, i(> Man Peter Kirestom ton
I Mr an.I Mrs Edward ((dun
Miami Beach at the Fontainebleau
Hotel
The bride graduated from Miami
Beach Senioi Huh School and at
tended Miami Dade Junior College
The groom graduated from Flor-
ida < ntral \< ademj and attended
the L'niveraitj o Miai
After i wedding tii|> to Me*
>iir i ouple w ill lit i- In South M lami
vv\)em
THE HIPPIES WENT FOR DINNER
The part) wa- at the S Richard Rubin- boUM
Dick greeted his guests in white levia with a
symbolic peace necklace Adele was In a dress
with the geometric peace design Imprinted on
it Cocktails and a buffet dinner in an Intense
Hippie atmosphere with posters and bumpei
strips much in evidence. The psychedetlic music
played and there was psychedelic lighting
For the uninitiated that means the lights
flicker on and off giving one a feeling of di//i
ness. Some ol the guests came in COStUme, most
of them wore wlgl or hair falls of some sort and
over half couldn't be recognised
.lerry V/ittels was the epitome of a real dirty
Kuy complete even to the garlic smell that kept
people, at a distance His wife Blame was a teenj
booper l>r Hillard Halpyrn's wife Harriet had
changed her hair from red to blonde and had a
turojUOise flower painted around one of her
eyes
Other guests included Ruth (iulnev all in
black with her husband LoU, Dede and Alan
L'ohen, Martha and Marvin Weldman, Judj and
Paul Rosen and Helen and S> Somerstein Jerr)
Kipnia was unrecognizable with long black hair
while Norma was in a short red beaded dress
Some of the company wasn't so hippy like Mi
and Mrs Han I.liter. Mr and Mrs Bennett Lifter,
Mr and Mrs Morris [.ansburgh and Mr and Mrs
Sam Cohen Time hurried in ii wasa greal part)
and lot- of fun
WHAT? NO ELECTRICITY?
Jodith arm Bel Gindj took Iheir three child
I'M the three D's Deborah, Daniel and David to
Expo tin- summer But of course thej saw what
the kid- wanted to see Recentlj the Gind;
led a convention in Atlantic Citj (Ben i-
vice president ol Miami Life Underwriters) So
back thej went to Expo and -aw what thej were
interested in main I) architecture for Ben and
the fabulous sculpture in the Mexican Exhibil
lor Judith Judith has two sculpture piece- in the
!' Ik Da\ d show a bust of a child and a dancei
Oi Ihi traj home the) stopped at "Bird in 11
a town in Pennsylvania Tnej stayed with a
Mennonite family Actually the Mennonite
the Reformed Amish The Amiab make Uand made
furniture and go about in hand made buggies or
carts They do not have electricity, no doubt
feeling that their young people will be corrupted
b) TV A high -pot in the Gind) food adventures
was eating a 'Sho Fl)" pie
FOR THE MONDAY. FRIDAY AND
SATURDAY CLUBS
Love and kisses from Myra and Aaron Parr en
route from London to Greece for the ASIA
Convention There will be no living with Myra and
she still hasn't been to Greece. They went to
see "Fiddler on the Roof m London Second
Row ( enter'
THE START
la-t year Lili Mr- Joseph Dento\ had
"evenings at home They were moat inti
ii'- and gave Lili the opportunitj to Ik- with her
friend- Tin- yeai the tirst one was in honor ol
Eve 'I itu- who 1- goin 1 to M. xico I live lor two
years, teaching and writing she writes the v.
tole books You know the) are about that
cunning little mouse Among the guests were
Mrs Ann Satin. Mr and Mrs Jerome Nov< .
) Flaum, Kurt Sevi rln Mi Km R<
nick and Mi and Mrs Seymoui B Liebeman
THE BUSY. BUSY FORERS
Id 1 I Mrs Mike I'oni ,
Shoe Show in Boston and da ighter Mind
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audition she appeal in A r m n) Thini
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Son. Joe Forer. entered his second seme
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Mizrachi Women Chapters Set Agendas
For November Luncheons and Meetings
Chapters of Mizrachi Women's
Organization of America have
planned varied programs for the
November meetings which will in-
clude the first annual membership
tea Thursday. Nov. 16. 1 p.m.. at
the Fontainebleau Hotel
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Aviva Chapter will have I card
party Wednesday, 12:30 p.m., at
the home of Mrs Freida Optakin,
2365 SW 25th St. A general meeting
has been scheduled for Monday,
Nov. 20. 2:30 p.m at the (iu.il
Gables Savings and Loan As-n
200 Ponce de Leon Blvd. The meet
ing will be conducted by Mrs. Si
mon April, president
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Dov Chapter has scheduled S
noon meeting on Wednesday at
the home of Mrs Irene Leaser,
1643 SW Tib SI Mrs I.ouis Tokay
ii i- president.
'general meeting Wednesday, 8:30
p in at which time the White
Elephant sale will be in progress
at Temple Zamora Jewish (inter.
Mrs Bernard Gelberl is president
ol the group
Mrs Rachel I..-infer Katz, presi-
dent Ol Miami Beach Chapter, will
duct the Tuesday. Noi 14.
,, ting "i ti"' group al I p m in
the Washington Federal, 12th St.
and Washington Ave
Shalom Chapter was to hold its
l p m meeting on Thursday at luo
Lincoln Rd. Mrs Solomon Trach
tenberg is president.
Hadar Chapter was to hold a
hoard meeting on Thursday at the
home Of Mr- Bernard Dicller. 0350
Bay I>r Mrs Charles Simon is pres
idenl hi the group
Hatikvah Chapter was to have S
board meeting on Thursday, 1"
a m al the home <>i Mrs Jacob
Bergei 418(1 Chase Ave A geliii.il
meeting Thursday noon, Nov 0, at
Kneseth Israel Congregation wil
be ti\ a lM,.)k review
given bj Mi Ja< k Da is A petite
luncheon will be served A
parts at Kneseth Israel i- slated
for Thursday, Noi SO, noon Mi-
ll) man Koiko i- president.
Beth Raphael Sets
Adult Study Plans
A lull program of adult educa
in.ii will be held at Temple Bi lit
Raphael tor eight successive
weeks
On Saturdaj .it 4 p m Di
Isaac I nterman, scholar and edu
ir, Will CIM' a mill Be 'Hi liu
mash
Bej innii a> al 10
toi Saul II Bn Ii will t. .nil a
class m the i hantn "i ihe I"iah
Reading
Rabbi Dai id Raah ill l< ai h i
rla in I lii hi I ul I n
itional llehi w on I hui mI
I in .i m
Mrs. Rosen To
Chair Academy
Women98 Lunch
Mrs. Leonard Rosen, lounder and
first chairman ol the Brick pi jecl
, of the Hebrew Academy Women
will be chairman ol the annual
luncheon on Wednesday al noon
The .ill.ni which will be held in the
Deauville Hotel is an annual evi
which was n.it. ited during
building campai ;n ol the school's
Irucl irs ago
It was under the leadership ol
Mrs Ro ''ii thai the Hebn w Vcad
, mj Wi men raised sr.ii.niH) for the
Ida Appel Auditorium through the
Brick and Binyan campaign The
pn gent chaii nan. Mi \ Joseph Sha-
piro, log. r with the
Bank Chairman Mrs J
stem. ha\e announi p a Roal i an
additional $50,000 to i the
kitchen facilities for the school, in
which meal- foi the 575 studi
are prepared daily
Helping Mrs Ro pn will
men's are Mr Sa n iiel Ro> n< r,
MRS. U0NARD ROSIN
I, i .' Ilan n i i
i Firtel, Mrs Maurice
: o ir Heckei Mi
v i melli, Mr- Sol Sandier,
Mr* Joseph Hoffman, Mrs Jacob
l) Katz, Mrs Harrj Genel and
Mi llyti an Kolko Mi Charles
pi 0| i m c h.tiiman
Art Festival Opens
With Cocktails
Temple Beth Sholom's fourth an
nual Festival of the Arts will open
with a cocktail party at the home
of Mr. and Mrs Tom C. Kravit/.
10321 E. Broadview Dr., Sunday,
al 4 p.m. Mrs Harvey E Kia.ner
Ii chairman ol this year's festival.
Serving with Mrs Kramer on
he committee are Mrs Max E
elman, cochairman; Mrs. Mor-
ris Green and Mrs Jack I. Sand
ler. subscription cochairmeii. Mrs.
David Ka.-kcl. Mr-. Morton Wein
berg Mr Benjamin Mandell, Mrs.
Samuel Meisclman, Mr- Nathan
Bushman, Mrs. Irwin Teplis and
Mr- Meyer Kotler.
The Sisterhood and Hi- Brothi r
hood o( the temple are cosponsors
oi the festival Prcsidenl of the
Sisterhood is Mrs Seymour Silver
man. and president ol the Brother
hood i- lame- S Knopke Spiritual
leadei >' Beth Sholom is Rabbi
Kronish
Full Calendar of Varied Events Planned
By Workmen's Circle School, Branches
Monroe Nelson, chairman of
Workmen's Circle Branch 1064, an-
nounces a branch meeli
.", p in at tl"
Federal. 80S NE 167th Si A lull
h ngth film will be shown
Workmen's Circle Branch 692
to meel on Thursday at the
.' orkmi n's Circle I. ceum,
M ashin ton v Nominal ion ol ol
. v a- to he held with electi m
c heduled for 'I hursday, No< 16
Max Zimmerman, corresponding
secretary and hospitaler for the
branch, was to g > e a n ading from
the Yiddish writer, Sholem Alei
i hem Mrs Freda Le\ itan was to
provide the musical portion ol the
pi o i am with i.....p ol
English Speaking Branch 1050
v. ill have a regulai meeting l ues
day, '! n m at the oral Cables
Federal 2501 I'onee de l.eoll I'.lvil
Elections for the Florida represen
i itive to the national hoard ol
directors will be held with Harry
Sch ildiner, branch i hairman, one
ol the nominees Games will follow
the meeting

The Greater Miami Culture Group
ol the I I. Pereti Workmen's
i ii Ic Si v Is will 'art iti regular
thlj meetings Fi iday, l p m .
al iii< .'. .1 hington Federal, 1234
V. ishington Avi Ml Mary Dan
seen tar; will introduce Boh
ri Pogram who wUl offer read
from class c Yiddish liters
Ben thi Gre it r M
Workmen'- Cin le horal Group,
has resun I rehea il on Wednes
7 p in at 'hi l .ceum
Workmen's Circle Branch 609
ha slated installation ol officers
(or Sun I al the Lyceum
' 'lub 800 has planned a
al foi Wednes la) No. 8 al
8 p in in the Lyceum
Seymour Liebman
Talks on Israel
Avifa Group of Hadassah will
hold its opening study group meet-
ing Monday at 10 a.m. in the
ho ne ol Mrs. David Liebman, 7760
SW 125th Terr.
Guest speaker will be Seymour
Liebman, author and lecturer, who
will -peak on "Israel Today, Inside
Report."
Mr Liebman has written "His-
tory of Mexican Jewry" and cur-
rently is having a book published
by the University of Miami Press
entitled The Enlightened." He is
a former instructor at the Univer-
of the Americas in South Amer-
ica and is presently an .instructor
at the University of Miami.
Mi-. Howard Tnnz is president
i the Aviva Croup, and Mrs, Allen
Rutchlk is chairman for the study
up
Temple Adds 2u0 familks
The more than 200 families who
have joined Temple Israel in re-
cent weeks will he honored at a
reception preceding the 8:15 p.m.
- i vices on Friday.
Kenneret Chapter
'rew of pofterv et


Fine Arts Event
is Nov. 11
Openi
'ill demonstrate and
ceramics -in-! weaving Lunch .sill
tore tale on the patio There
will be a live band foi dancing.
C*M#M
Btudenl guided loun will be eon
The Fine Arts of Beth David ducted Noi l.i 15, ln.m noon IM
plan to hold their Second Annual til 5 00 p m
Fine Arts Festival Nov. 11 16.
opening with a cocktail preview
.showing in BpectOT Hall.
The following evenlnc Zvi Zeil
lin. noted [araell violinist, will be
presented in a concert in the Main
Sanctuary of Both David where he
will perform lor his first solo re-
cital in the Miami area.
The art to be exhibited for sale
from Israel has never been shown
in this community
Invited also are a number of
local artists who will shov. new
works done especially for this fes-
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TEMPLE NER TAM.IT "";""
Tlum Waterway. Modern Traa.
tional. RaOBi Euoene LaDovitl. Can-
tio
tor Edward Kle'n
KrnlH> I I' Tl1
i.-. non i..tiiiii---
,i....iu. ..i Sermon rh. >>"- M'
..,..1 !-. S .....I TOIWII -',u'
THC RABBI SPCAKS FROM HIS PUiPIT
Human Rainbows
.SliniTU isEL 7801 Carivle Aw*.'TEMPLE BETH RAPHAEL.. 1545
n^tiJJl R.hh, lir E.Vr J.fferson Avo. Come, vat.ve. Rabb.
Orthodox. Rabbi Isear Ever D>v|d R^^ Canto- Saul H. Breeh.
AHAVAT 3H>LO,v CONCBEG*
TION. 9*5 SW 67th Awo. Orthodox.
Cantor Morn* Barr.
ANSHE EMES 2533 SW 19th Ave.
Conservative. Cantor Sol Pahowita.
-
BETH DAVID. i26 SW 3rd Ave.
Conservative Rat>b. Sot Landau.
Cantor William W. Lipaon
da) 5 .ni'l *:IS P s- "" v'
vv, LarvoMpnm Ptayboj i"
[i l(Jrriaj m Borraon The
-.., ,i, i.. .- Mltavati MichMIr
,;,. .||. .UiMKhtrrx ol Mr sVBd
n 1-. Rai him'- MliMiM "'
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BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Avenue.
Orthodox Rabbi Solomon Scniff.
In.I.,v I! P > Smunl.o I am
0 iti. I ..ui- K HOIt of Mr
I. s. Iteohlnuta Mini i
David Raab.
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TEMPLE BETH SHALOM of Holly-
wooo I/8b Hour*, sc Conserv itive
Rabbi Morton Malavsky Cantor
Philip Lotman.
1 Viriay v 1". p in Sermon I -'
1 MM iivivi.mIi..|I lltie* Sllnl.n.il
iii honor ol Cantor leo rrllch s.uur-
I mi Sermon: l'..i n. n <>
vv ook Mlrx-lia ii "" |. in
TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative
6th St.. Miami nhO'
pa* M Itaval Tern.
Mr.- Me* R*
SW
I7H
i:..n), .......i Mf "' Mb N* *

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TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 41
Avo. Liboral. Rabbi Loon Kromsn
Cantor David Cormier
I'nili.v :13 |. m "Sermon: The ""'
\:.nu.i-:.ii. .1 ilw Ui.li.ur l>..-l:irii-
... .1 Mi. Kauutian R< vataMon
T\Vtl \111m r.-;il i. -i-t.-.i. S.llir-
| tin) 10:43 am Bar Mltsvah .lam.-.
-,.,, ,.1 Al'..111 liaki r bi 'I thr late
V| n. Ruth llaJuT; I'll fiord won !
Ml .. 11 1 Mr- Anliur Mark
TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH DOE
Temporary office. 18S01 NE 2?nd
i:aPR.f.?m ,.ob. R.-oh Kino. >
oJ Fritbis fc-13 i'i Sormmi roiwoiw"
"' ,.;;..,, ..,., >>.,-.,... >-<-'.
Tlu- Jew I* BUB llH victin >
44 Chaoe "' s,u''V ."'Vu.i
... >. ill ,,.ii.lu.i Ihi -"..- hUd
1.1..--I Son 11 vsarti
..... \i: 7'i. Stn '
Kill Ik
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TEMPLE BETH TOV. 6438 SW Stn Sl, ,, s
Conservative. Rabbi Simon Aanl
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951 t
4th Ave.. Hialeah. Contervativ*
Rabbi Maurice Kiem.
Kn.l IV *-1
. .1 Mr.
r
BETH ISRAEL
Orthedox. Rabb
N ha
770 40h St..
Berel Wem
:- 111
M B
BETH JACOB 301 Waih.ngton Ave.
V B Orthodox Rabbi Shma^yanu T
Swiraky. Cantor Maurico Manichei.
BETH KOOESH 1101 SW 1?th Ave
Modern Traditional Rabbi Max
Saapiro Cantor Ben Dicfcion
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,<| bi Mi and Ml*

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\ w ..11.1 r..' floatr
Th w
EETH MOSHE CONGREGATION
13630 W. Dixie Hwv Conaei v.itive
Rabbi David Boaenfeld Cantor Ben
Zion Kirachenbawm.
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\ N. H I.If. S l*>l ; "ill
Ihi .-- lurdn?
in Sermon Porlfc Un
EtTTH SOLOMON NW 5* PI
Conaervative. Rabbi Samuel Glass-
man.
o
EETH TFILAH 935 Eucl'd Ave Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joieph E Rackovtky
o
BETH TORAH :64th ^t and NE lltr
Ave Co"ervatne Pibb M.ix Lip
ch"l* Cantor Jacer '"!'
m S. mi. Th \\ a-
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1 /
1 laajhtoi
III lay B
til Mi-
Mr '
B NAi RAPHAbL *i nw 183rd St
Conservative. Rabbi Charles M Ru
Cantor Jack Lerner
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ki Hi. 1 Sattl n l.-.i
1 Ja) xoti Mi and Mra
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C.SAN HEBREW CONGREGATION
OF MIAMI. 1MB Wash.naton Av.
Orthodox Rabbi Dow Roaencwaio.
uitlai a III
o
FT. L*UDEhil*LE EMANUEL 1801
S Andrews Ave Reform Rabb'
Richard M. Leviton Cat.to. Jerome
Klomont.

FT LAI DEHUALE TEMPLE BETH
ISRAEL S47 E. Oakland Park Blvd
Rahoi Phil p Cnaiton. Cantor Theo-
dora Mina.ch.
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HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER.
126 E Hallandale Beach Blvd
St
Krl.lay |;|S |> m Sermon "Tin Tlir
,.. i ^ shabliui ii- li il bj
Mr an.I Ml* Sam KravlU Botui
III S. I IIH.11 I'i.iii.. .
a
TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. T75 NW
19th Street Conservative Rabbi
Abraham M. Cassel
o
TEMPLE CMANU-EL. 1701 Washincj
ton Ave Conservative. RaTjbi Irvino
I ehrman Canto- 7vi Ad'r
- lurilaj am
e
-EMPLE ISRAEL OF GREATER Ml.
AMI 13" NE lth St. Reform. Rabb'
Joseph R Narot.
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TEVPLE IbHAtL OF VtlRAMAR
S500 SW 69th Wiv. Conservative.
Rabbi Irwin Cutler
a
TEMPLE JL'DEA. 5500 Granad.i Blvd
Reform Rihb' M01 m Kipper.
p in
liar
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TEMPLE ZAMORA Zamora A.o
Conservative R'bb' Maxwell ler
ger. Cantor Seymour H.nkes
Kn.l..' -
Salt!
tl M
II. i ..1 M Hun "
o
TirFflETM ISPAFL S"^ N Mia-
Ave Conservative Rahl" Ralph
Carmi Cantor Albert Glanlz
v \
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I
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Rabbi Jwiriky
fr.-m
TEMPLE ZION 8000 Miller Rd Con
.er.at.v. Rabb' > Frulio Pi x'
CANDLELIGHTING TIME
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YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER M
AMI OHO NE ITIal St Orthodox
Rabbi Na'taii Porosi-
o
VOUNG ISRALL OF M'AMi BEr
1842.44 wash.noton Ave Rabb a
Ben-Hillel
o
TEMPLE SHOLOM 131 SW IHll '
Pompano Beach Conserve!-e Hah
bi Morns A. Skop Cantjr Leon
Segal
St
TEMPLE MENOR.n 620 75th
Conse-vat.ve. Raob- M>." Abram-
ow.ti Cantor Nico Feldman.

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HEBREW ACAOEW
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi
Groas
2400 Plnetree '
Alexander S
r-OLLVWOOO TEMPLE S'NAI 11
Johnson St. Conservative. Rabb*
David Shap.ro. Cantor Yei.udah
Heilbra'.n
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ISRAELITE CENTER 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L.
Ora*m. Cantor Nathan Parnass
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JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave.
Orthodox Rabb. T.bor M. Stsrr
Cantor Meyer Enajel
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RNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrf.eld
Cantor Abraham Self.
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MINYONAIRKS SYNAGOGUE 3737
B.rd Rd Modern Traditional Cantor
Loirs Cohen
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OlEV SHALOM. 7011 Bon.ta Dr MB
Orthoaox. Rabb. Phineaa Weoet -
man.
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SERHARDIC JEWISH CENTER Sat
Collins Ave. Rev Cantor Sadi Nah
miaa.
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S^Y LAKE SYNAGOGUE tS151 NE
iath Ave. Orthodox Rabbi Jonah E
Caplan
TEMPLE AOATH YESMURUN Con
oervative. 1085 NE iMrd St Miami
Gardens Rd. Rabbi Milton Schiintky.
Canter Harry Sterling.
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TEMPLE BETH AM 5*50 N Kendall
Dr.. S. Miami Reform Rabbi Her-
sart Baumgard Cantor Michael Kyrr
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TEMPLE IETH EL OF MOLLY-
WOOD 1351 S 14th Ave Reform
Rabbi Samuel Jaffa.
Synopsis of Ihe Weakly Torah Portion NOAH
Noah and hi> wife behold i rainbow in the sk> G
promise never to destroy mankind
<. forth from the ark thou, and th> wife iGen
NOAH Noah H commanded to build an Ark for sheltei
rrom the Rood that would overwhelm the earth. In the Ark he
placed his wife and three sons. Shcm. Ham. and .lapheth. to-
gether with their wive.-, also two of each ipeciei at creature
on earth, one male and one female to perpetuate the ipeciei
(seven were allowed for the species that were rituall) cli
The Flood that covered the earth drowned all living ihi
except those in the Ark with Noah After a year, the wal
receded and the earth dried Noah let all the creatures out of
the Ark. that they might be fruitful and multiply on earth He
sacrificed in thanksgiving to God. God. for His part promised
Noah that He would never again send a flood that would destroy
the earth. The -sign for this agreement, or covenant, is the rain
bow
Men increased and spread over the world: in the land of
Shinar they sought to build a tower whose peak should reach
to heaven Here, they thought to concentrate all the earths
population But God. irked at man s presumption, confused
their speech. Previously all men had spoken one language Now
they spoke various languages; not beini: able to understand each
other, they could not work together, and the building of the
Tower of Babel ceased.
Terah, the father of Abram. came to Haran
By RABBI S. T. SWIRSKY
Bath Jacob Syna9*we
In these cataclysmic times when
mankind generally and the Jewish
people particularly are f-eed with
SgonhBBg deci-
sions, when
sober and ri^
orous reassrss
ments are re
quired la dispel
the Cimmerian
darkness and
behold a dawn
lhat will be the
barMager of
tranqinlity t"
prostrate poo-
1'1,-s. it W e re
well 10 torn lo
the blueprint of
< reatioa, lo Ihe
spiritual resei
Judaism, and ek there the
hold outlines for eternity which
..n ..hi man from oblivion
i the cyt "* lime tin House ol
Israel I '" ,l"' '',r
ginning, to Genesis Ihere lo seek
inspiration ami '
V decisivi mpl
,..: m the N iah While
manj '
find .......u paralleli in
Mesopotamian Ii Ihe m
In nt iii.il essei I ints of tin-
the spiritual guidelines which rie
like mounts of powi I
(hi
namely. mai w 01 ship
!
read v
1 tr:n_ 1
for tin
. ,' 1
sun ii ed : some m> s
tenons -!,. nt (osMllzal
defj he
turn but be
the
tuneless tradition ol the Tbiah Oui
hislerj is simply an inspirl
' levi tion and dedication to
: 11.- disciplii
When clouds begin I
of J ','.
thi- 1 sn perl
feted by waves of cynicism ,
laJ-ism. assimilNlion and even mis
cegenartion. the urgency of th<- hou
is for bold action, for the Jb i
display the iridescence of rUla
chsh and live his Judaism in the
Greater Temple which is th. trena
of daily living, not only the syna
gogue but the marketplace as well,
reaching out to every sphere 01 .,,
tivity. Judaism is a religion which
sanctifies lime, moment.*, imper
teptible secoodl and is never rele
gateal only ti) space, to a piece
The covenant with God was estah
11 shed to hallow and ennoble each
waning seeand and not partu
places only The ultimate ;oal q|
our religava is not to have, hul
l>e. not to own. Uit to give; not ;
control, but to share; not to sub
due IkiI to be in accord, not to .n
ularite. but to bt- holy, not t 1 .
to forgeries of happiness hul
every action to rear the mi
i. nt cathedral Of sanctity
Make a rainbow of yours, i:
is the tall to all American!
struggle in th' Near East -
directed sa much agaia t
.,-.. 1 ns-t the 1 encepl of den
Israel is the target bei
1- tin standard bearer ol the
ciplea u|xin which mil co ml j
founded those principles
from ami inspired bj Ihe
the -1! it Prealdenl Johi
the State Department
S t beast A
principles of lOkart) and \
., aniaWI and democracy are thri
'.".i much nun. 1.
. UK is the attack
. the Arab tl
I nut so iniu hi 1 I*
the pi ,". ip
equality and human dignit) wl
run counter to thi
llle that holds tnilll'i'
in jhiv 1: -..Ilutes!
In out synagogues vv, begai
a. am 'he reading Of the To
in we are on the etei i
inn e IT-. 1 are WB trave-
path ovei which thesjouh ai
.it Israel have gene, And the n
the old aied Hi roal
will give us the strength I
new one that begins sneM
hojie and prayer that th:- i
lead t" the Progaiaed i .'''!
LIVINC HEBREW
A TOfRlST I .t K TO A
NgWCOMgJI (OLEH)
Kmi-i Ami hou. are vmi settled
in the cwunirv.' Ate wu pKd'
Oleh Have vimi seen a hanpv Okh
in Israel' they are Slwass .m-
plainink ui>ingi ami muu,-
in.
I v/h> tie thev cooiplamin|>
U. Lislca. you am dcaiing auk
Jeauh Olini."
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r -. "
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T-jt-5 r-frt
rrgm: fwip cn-
o*ri sri TVtt-trs
jnwMr
:nrj
r. Thai's arocuj with i7
aanteJ a Jewish State
W.
IKctvvinicai *Jetc
vision
v,
roftramt
Nov. 5 Ch 7. 10 a.m The Still Small Voice
Host: Rabbi Sol I-andau. Beth Iiavul Congregation
Topic: Religion and Science
Guest: Rabbi David Raab
Nov. 5 Ch. 10. 11 a.m. The Jewish Worship Hour
Host: Rabbi Mayer Abramowit? Temple \lenorah.
Miami Beach
Nov. 7 Ch. 2. 9:30-10:30 p m Man to Man
Topic: Jonah A Whale of a Story
Moderator Rev. Luther C Pierce
Participants: Rabbi Sol I.andau. Beth David Con-
gregation; Bishop James I Duncan. Eptacopal
Diocese of South Florida, ftfsgr Joseph H OShea
Diocese of Miami iCatholici
Special guest: Chaplain Cal MKarter. Homestead
Air Force Base
O I dhtn't say n wss vreag, W
there aie ptoblem. rlaol'>.
T. "Tsarot" arc not bad'
O My ft lend, the word "T^sarot"
an Israel hat a dutaraM Oavar
T. Now I aaa comaattcly SssdtSjfaj
O There arc the
"Tsaroi' ui accoenmodatiofl. httt-
Ihere aie housuvg Jevclopoientt
for 'Olmi Il a Jittuult 10
male a livins. bul thank God.
all manacc sorochvm. They
come without knowing a wotd
of Hebrew and tbc> ail speak
T la brief. -raios" ami resrackct
, O. That 1 right. No* yon have
caught ua This is ihe laavl ot
mn sk> ami taxes.
?D'aV ^S?
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i riday, November 3, J%7
ORT Region Covers Area With Parties
For Paid-Up Members on Wednesday
* h n tst> tkridli&r
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The southeastern Florida Ri
,,i Women a Aini'i icin ORT baa
,i paid ii|> memberahip af
H pi lesda)
event, to be beM at the
Sorlh Hiaml Beach V It lot \ Park
w i, i eater al 8 i> m., will feature
,,ii or tal revue produced and dl
.,t-> Mis Felice Tracktman
and Mrs Marlene Randall, with
Mrs Roselyn Sacha aa itage man-
: I ha i >i; I (.ui- in the
. .i-i
Dr Vrthur StiUman clinical <\\
: the PlOlida St.il,. Hos
pilal, -ol be guest ipeaker.
Mrs Edward Ufhl is vice preal
md north area membership
itoi Area chapter preai
..< membership vice presi
- ire Mis Myniaii Mallii
\ir- Howard Horn. Cleverlcaf,
\ir- Vith.ni Adelman Mrs Arthur
: Grt j nolds i'.irk Mr- Sam-
I:,--. Mr- Barn Pollock
Hollj Mrs tficke) \i, ,
thai, Mis James Diapete, North
Dade; Mr- Sell* We nstein. \i
Mart) Waaserrnatl North \l
Mrs Herman Robins Mrs \i.......n
Blum, Poinl East
The M>utii area ill hold its
membership affair .it the ymh \
0 SW 8th Si al lfi:30 p m
theme ol the das is the 'Golden
Key to Learning
Jordan Marsh will present
fashion -how
Mrs Harold Schneider president
of the Southeastern Florida Region.
will !> guest ipeaker
South area chapter presidents
and membership vice presidents
are Mrs Vndrew Both. Mrs Sam
Rogei ( oi ..I Gables; Mrs Allen
Radcliff, Mrs Seymour Leopold,
South Miami Mrs Michai l Re
thai, Mrs Dave Kaplan, Southwt -
Mrs Harold Simonhoff, Mrs Mei
ton w i -t> n rroi i i! Park
Post and Auxiliary Unit Sets Memorial
Services; Annual Picnic Also Scheduled
\. iin.in Brace Brow n Post
\ niliary, Jewish War Veter-
i- will participate in memorial
.rvici conducted by Rabbi Alfred
\| \\.i\:iian at Temple /ion on
las evening, No% 10, in honor
i \ i "i ran Daj
Di Sundaj Nov 12. the post and
Iliar) will hold its annual picnic
n the mam pit oi Matheson Ham
k picnic gTopads. Members of
itb groups will entertain tome 40
children from Dade founts Cbil
- Home ill KeiKlall. .is well
: number of servicemen and
GELB
MONUMENTS INC.
Open Ivery Day i/oi' Sobborfc
140 SW 57th Ave MO 1-8583
Mian i i Only Sti.it!, Jttvilh
Monument Oralf
then families from Homestead Air
e Ba in charge oi arrange-
ments are Sol K ei t, pasl
commander, and Mrs Sylvia Lieb
man Post commander is William
G Samet, and auxiliar) president
is Mrs Bcfl Sw nt/
West Miami Post and Auxiliary,
Jewish War Veterans, will hold its
annual membership social on Sat
iirday, 8 pm. at the Hillel House
1100 .Mill, i Dr. The program will
include dancing to the music ol
live band, a oommunit) sing, and
lefreshments.
Masters of ceremonies will be
William Avirom, past post com
manner tad Mrs charlotte Beil,
past president of the Auxiliary
Arnold Fein. Department of
Florida. Judge Advocate, and Mrs
Meyer Cohen, Department of Floi
da vice president and state mem
hership chairman, will address the
membei i
Also included in the activities
will 1h- post commander and .iumI
l.u > president, Mr and Mrs Nor
man Burman.
Simchat Torah Donee
The New American Jewish So
cial Club will hold a Simchat To-
rah dance at 9 30 p ni Saturda\
at the YMH A. 8oHi SW Kih St
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Jeffrey Bullet Michelle Rachline
fiochel/f Rachline
Larry Sigma*
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Michelle and Rochelle Rachline
Michelle and Rochelle, twin
laughters ol Mr and Mi- Leslie
Rachline, will mark their Bas Mit/
vah mi Saturday, No* 4, .it Beth
David Congregation
The celebrants are in the eighth
grade at Palmetto Junior Huh.
and the sixth trade in llibiew
-i hool.
Rochelle's outside interests in-
clude art, athletics and reading
Michelle plays the violin and
spends extra lime reading Both
membei s of the i 'nited s> na
gogue Youth
Grandparents of the celebrants
arc Mr ami Mrs A Rachline, and
Mrs s Segal, Arverne, N Y
\ Kiddush will follow the care
mony,
Jeffrey Butler
.ieiire> Lawrence, son ..t Mr
and Mrs Moo Buller, 946 Ba> Dr.,
will be Bar Mitzvah on Nov. 4. at
Ohev Shalom Congregation
Grandparents Mr and Mrs
Solomon Buller of New York;
Grandmother, Mrs Dora Pishman
N I and Aunt. Mrs Fanny Bull
it of New York are here lor the
occasion.
A Kiddush in honor of .let I rev late- Mrs Ruthei Baker, will
Louis Schectman
The Bar Mitzvah of Louis I. son
it Mr .iiid Mrs. Henry Schectman,
1460 SW 7 St., will take place on
Saturday. Nov. 4. am. at Con-
gregation Beth tl
Louis is an eighth year student
at the Miami Military Acadcms
Hi- bobbies are making model
cai ami planes
Roxanne Storm
en Friday, No\ ''. al Temple
rifereth Jacob, Roxanne, daugh-
ter of Mr and Mr- Jordan Storm,
will become Bas Mitzvah
Roxanne is an eighth grade -tu-
dent at Palm Springs Junior High
School and her hobbies include
cooking, swimming, bowling, ice
.md roller skating and collecting
stuffed toys
Maternal grandmother is Mrs
Sadye l.ebovut/ ol Hialeah and
paternal grandparents are Mr and
Mi- Samuel Levin of Miami.
A reception will he held in the
social hall following services
James Baker
.lame- I) Baker, son ol Abram
Baker. H'MI W 47th St and the
ob
will he
\ ices
-lived tollowin^ the sei
Matthew Burkholi
On Saturday morning. Not 4.
Matthew Laurence, son of Mrs
Yvonne Burkholz of 7441 Wayne
Ivc will be Bar Mitzvah al Tern
pie Ner r.iiiiid
Matthew 1- a .student of Nautilus
Junior High and Temple Ner Tainid
Religions School He is a member
of the newspaper and drama cluh
al school and is also on the honor
roll He enjoys tennis and art.
A kiddush will follow the Rer
vices, and on Saturday niaht a re-
ception at the Pontainebleau will
be tend, red Matthew
Out-of-town guests will include
maternal grandparents Mr and
Mrs Raymond Schwartz, of New
York Cits
Gary Shapiro
Gary, son oi Mi and Mrs Nor
man Shapiro, ilfto-twth St. Bas
Hail.or Island, "ill Income a Bar
Mitzvah at Temple Menorah Satur
das morning, Not 4
Gary, Is .< student of the reli
gious school and al-o attends
Nautilus Junior Huh where he
plays the trumpet in the school
band Hi- hobbs is photogi aphs
\ luncheon Kiddush will follow
at I a dinner reception in
Gars honor will I*- held al the
Sei die Hotel on Saturdas i
i
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Larry Bigman
on Saturdas morning Not 4
Larry, son of Mr and Mrs Irving
nan 8750 SW 32nd St will
observe his Bar Mitzvah at Temple
Zion.
i ,ii i > i- .in eighth grade honor
.student at Qladea Junior High He
has won spelling championships
from grades 5 through 7 in suoaei
ion Larry's hobby is the collec
lion oi rare comic hooka
Mr and Mrs Bigman will host
a Kiddush following the service-
and a luncheon at the Yorkshire in
honor of the celebrant
Amonn guest.s Will In- Mrs Saudi
Pearlaton, grandmother, ol i-os
lea, Calif
serve his Bar Mittvah on Saturdas
morning, Nov. 4 at Temple Beth
Sholom
I he celebrant is a student ol
the Beth Sholom Confirmation
Class 5729
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Friday, November 3. 1967
Mrs. Ann S. Shier
Area Resident.
Dies Here at 62
Williams-Mancini
Concert Slated For
Friday NightHere
Mrs. Ann S Shier, 82, of 3001 So
Miami Ave died Monday, Ocl 30
Services were held Nov. l.,ai Gar-
don Funeral Home, with intermenl
in \ii Nebo
Hi i shier ame here 37 yean
ago from Trenton, N.J She was a
me | Beth David Congn
tion, Torah Group of Hadassah,
Dei m r Home for AVstMrrtatic Chil-
li, \ aiuiv Children's Hospital,
Brandeia I niveraity Women's Com-
mittee, Cedars of Lebanon Auxil
iary, and 20 Aids ol the American
Cancer Societj
She ia survived by her husband,
Henry; three daughters, Mrs Edith
Zipp, fashion editor ol The Jewish to .i tota
Floridian, Mra. Jo Ann Long of
Miami and Mrs. Sandra Altschuler
of Orlando; four brothers, Herman,
Prank, Carl and Henry Sokolow;
and i- grendchildren.
SASS,
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wife, Plorei..... --I' Martin Saaa
, f N V C :. daughter, Mr- K-I-. rl
l.i Yin, .'f Miami .i atster.
Trud> Car.....' W.T.r
hlld S. run r. hi 1,1 "'
Gordon Funeral Horn* with
interment In Ml Nebo
A real "double ncader" will be
on tap tor music lovers this Fridaj
evening when An Ij V-----ims and
Henrj Mancini join forces to do .1
one mcerl al the Miami
Beach Convention Hall ;"
8:15 p in
I day, Andy Williams albums
re -old al the rate ol 25.000 per
week in only five short years,
"Moon River." "Days ol Wine ana
Hoses." "The Wonderful World of
Andj Williams," Greal Songs
from Mi Fair Lady." "Call Me li
responsible, "The Andy Willia
Christmas Album." "Dear Heart.
"Shadow oi Your Smile." and cur
rently "Born Free." have brought
oi nine the number ol
Gold Records he lias won for indi
vidual album sales over $1,000,000
Mancini believes the mam rea-
son for tho success of his back
ground discs is that they are not,
literally speaking, music designed
for movie or TV films
T 1 date, Mancini has been award-
ed it Grammies from the National
Ac ad.-my of Recording Arts and
Sciences
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NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
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OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAOC
COUNTY. FLORIDA
No 67-15031
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LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF SUIT OR
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
No 07-16223
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
CAROL Ki.l.l.Y
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IN- AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
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No. 67-1S307
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li ANO FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIOA IN PROBATE
No. HUIA
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NOTICE OF SUIT OR
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I ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIOA, IN AND FOR PADE
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CIVIL ACTION. NO 7.t0t6
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FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No 7S078*
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IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
No 07.ISJ7?
NOTICE Bv PUBI ICATION
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FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70410-B
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 70364-C
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No. 67 IS740
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