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The Jewish Floridian ( November 17, 1967 )

UFJUD
HERE AND THERE
HEREwas Sunday mshj; at the Miami Beach
Auditorium. The first nighters. all glittering in
"satin, buttons and bows." outdid themselves.
They were on time, appreciated the new con-
ductor, Alain Lombard and the 82 piece Phil-
harmonic orchestra and stayed until the final
bcw! Quite a switch from their usual hurry.
Seen in the dressy audience were Dr. and Mrs.
Julius Alexander. Mr. and Mn Alan Reskin (she
is Joan Field). Mr. and Mrs. Sam Levenson. Mr
and Mrs. William Binder. Commissioner and Mrs
Alex Gordon. Mr and Mrs. Benjamin Movers. Mr.
and Mrs Henry King Stanford. Councilman and
Mrs. Joseph Malck. Mr and Sin. Adrian Thai.
Mr and Mrs Se> incur Alterman. Mr. and Mrs.
David Druckor. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Orleans. Mr
and Mrs Djud F.wing and .Mr and Mrs. Charles
Topmiller.
THEREwas Dade County Auditorium. alo
on Sunday night, when the first seasonal offering
i the Miami Civic Music Association was pre-
sented by the Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra.
Pianist Gyorgy Sandor captivated his audience
completelythe bandage on his right little finger
didn't affect his playing at all. In the audience,
thrilled with their evening, were Mr and Mrs.
Milton Cadden. Mrs Jane Raff. Dr and Mrs. Mark
Cirlin. Mr. and Mrs. George Newman. Dr. and
Un Louis Alper. Mr. and Mrs Sidney Schwartz.
Dr and Mrs. Norman Atkin. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Rosichan. Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Kaplan. Dr Phil-
lip Weinstein. Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Freehling.
Dr. and Mrs. Rudolph Drosd. Dr. and Mrs. Hyman
Lieber and Mr and Mrs. Arnold Greenfield.
FOOT LOOSE AND FANCY FREE
Quite a name for the Deed Club Ball at the
Deauville Hotel but then it was quite a ball! The
fourteen club members, among the town's most
dedicated volunteers, were all dressed alike in
maribou feathers and pants. The table decorations
were free form things, black faces with jeweled
eyes and feathered, feathered, feathered pants.
Some of the guests came in fancy pants or as the
invitation said, glaring, flaring or just plain dar-
ing. Mrs David Serns looked darling in a black
velvet Pilgrim outfit with her blonde hair all in
curls Among those seen at the ball were Mr. and
Mrs Norman Klein, (she's the Deed Club presi-
dent). Mr. and Mrs Jack Taylor. Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Baron. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Cohen and the
whole Cohen family. Senator and Mrs. Robert
Shevin. Mr and Mrs. Hilliard Goldman, and Mr.
and Mrs William Gersten. Also, there were Mr.
and Mrs. David Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Luby
Jr. Mr. and Mrs Paul Jay. Mr. and Mrs. Larry
Blasbers. Mr. and Mrs William Kaatox Mr *"""
Mr- ai Kaskell and Mr and Mn. Joseph Klein
THE BEST EVER
Even year Marge and Irvlnj Cowan nave .1
partv. Everv year it i. a sensation lhi> year it
was'the best yet Held m the Regency Room ol
the Diplomat Hotel, the party was in honor ol
Sheila MacKae and her groom. Ronnie Wayne
The Cowans and the Waynes greeted the guests
in a garden house laden with white mums in front
of two twinkling fountains. The decorations wen
Viennese and weddingish with Iota and lots of
crystal chandeliers and lots and lots of white
mums and sparkling fountains Irv set Ihe style
by wearing one of those new turtle neck silver
threaded sweaters with hi- dinner clothes. At the
buffet table, keeping watch was a tall lovely all
spra\ed with gold paint She was just .1- entranc
ing as the gourmet fowl Around the stag)
ballerinas posed in a garden of white mun
Among the show people who flew in just to
honor Sheila and Ronnie and give them tl
wishes were Johnny Olson. Janet Leigh. Tony
Randall. Mel Torme. Sid Caesar and Petei Nero
Home folks included "how sweet he is Jackie
Gleason, Mr and Mr- Mas Orovitz. Mr and Mrs
Mel Grossman, Mr. and Mrs Leonard Abess Mr
and Mr- Art Carney. Dr and Mrs Stanle\ Wcin
klc. Mrs Fay Ablin. Rabbi and Mrs Irving l.ohr
man. Mr and Mrs. Rocky Pomerance. and Mr
and Mrs. Jerry Blank Marge's parent.-. Mr and
Mrs Sam Friedland. were there, and Mr and Mi-
Leonard Fncdland, Ivan Tors. Mr and Mrs
Harry Mufson. Mr. and Mrs. Hank Meyer and
Mr. and Mrs Richard derstein
Most of the guests (the ones who knew bow I
got upon stage. Billy Daniel- hasnl lost thai Old
Black Magic. A four-tiered wedding cake that
tasted as good as it looked was wheeled in on a
golf cart and cut by the bride and groom Then.
in a turnabout surprise, two song writer- goi up
and sang a song about Marge and Irv Truer w
have never been sung. The title1 "The Hosl and
Hostess with the Mostest of them All "
AT THE STANDARD CLUB
It was a gala evening, the formal dinner
dance at the Standard Club. No speeches, no
awards, nothing, just a get-together to haw fun
Among those present were Mr and Mrs Julius
Rosenberg. Mr. and Mrs Sam Blank. Mr and
Mrs Leo Chaiken. Judge and Mrs. Irving Cypen,
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Lapidus. Mr. and Mrs Joseph
Upton. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lipton. Mr and Mrs
Herman Rubin and Mr. and Mrs Morn* Lomas-
kin There was a whole table of Segals, Bill and
Norton and their family and the Harrj and Ben
Markowitzes.
Frances Lihmin
mes marking
. 27th l.Hii.Je;-' Da> on
Mr, ni ndly
Tarek, trustee and board ,
of Florida Memona' (olleee n(i
charter member of the V. nen'
ere Committee Jv tht new ,n(j
IS ol the honor wet
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Friedman Tapped
For Theta Delta
Richard Friedman, a student at
the University of Miami who plans
to be a rabbi, was among those
tapped for Theta Delta, religion
honorary, on the I'M campus dur
ing Homecoming Week.
Mr Friedman and the other tap-
pees will be initiated on campus
at 5 p.m. Sunday. A 7 p.m. dinner *"
meeting at the Sylvania Cafeteria j
will follow the ceremony
Theta Delta was founded 10 years
ago "for men and women who have
demonstrated excellence in relig-
ious leadership and scholarship,
and are in. or planning to enter, a
religious vocation."
MKS. CMAIMS FIHKfISTIIN
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Mrs. Finkelsteiii
In Own Program
On Channel 2 TV
Mr.- Charles Finkelsteiii
munity leader, has .
weeklj 10 minute program on
channel 2. to be seen Tuesdays al
9:20 p.m
"Woman'- View" featun inter
view- of a topical, provocative
nature, with local and interna
tional personal.tie-, geared toward
"expanding the horizons of worn
en and thtir personal .
Mrs Finkelstein, a former .
dent of the American Jewish (
mittee. and still one of its most
active board member-. Is also a
former president of the Girl Scout
Council.
She is the chairman of the Kdu
cational Committee ol the Com-
munity Relations Bo.rd. and vice
president of both the Council for
International Visitors and the Unit
ed Fund Women.
She has received numerous hon
ors and was named "Outstanding
Citizen of the Year 1964
Ka.hruth Supervision by
prominent Orthodox Rabbi:
Rabbi Ben Zion Ro.enthal
and two iteady Maahgichim
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tJ&wviah Floridian
Fridny November 17, I
Pi:- PV
Pioneer Women's Chapters' Functions
This Month Benefit Child Rescue Fund
Mrs Ida Liftman, president of
Club 1, Pion*r Women, has an-
nounced that the chapter's first
Child Rescue Fund dinner of the
year Will be held on Sunday at 6:30
p.m., in the Royal Hungarian Res
taurant The dinner will honor the
Harry Greenbtrga "for their con-
tinued support on behalf of Pio-
neer Women's Child Rescue Fund.-"
Mrs Abraham Shedroff will be
chairman for the evening. Mrs
Sadie Hubert will deliver the invo-
cation A musical program will be
presented by Joseph Hurwitz
Mrs. Ida Denmark and Ann Co-
hen of Club 1. held an "adopt a
child luncheon" on Wednesday at
i their home. 2402 Alton Rd. Pro-
. ceeds from the luncheon will main-
tain several Children in Israel for
one year.
The regular meeting of the Club
was to be on Thursday at 1 ->.m..
in the Washington Federal. 1234
Washington Ave Mrs. Jennie Seit-
lin was to give a report of Pioneer
Women's national convention.
The Kadimah Chapter will have
a noon luncheon and card party on
Monday at the home of Mrs I.illie
Cohen, chapter president, 3111 SW
nth St. Mrs Leah Prtedson will be
chairman of the afternoon.

The next regular meeting of the
Gold* Meir Chapter i> scheduled
for Wednesday at 1 p.m.. in the
Washington Federal. 1234 Washing
ton Ave The program will be a
salute to Jewish Book Month, with
a review of "The Chosen" by
Chaim Potok. given by Rabbi Av-
ram L. Drazin of Temple Israel.
Mrs Nathaniel Soroff is in charge
of the program. The business por
tion of the meeting will be con
ducted by Mrs Abraham Seltzer,
president.
Hutting tinal touches to the contract tor Greater Miami Sec-
tion of National Council ot Jewish Women's upcon..-
special event at the Coconut Grove Playhouse, Dec.
are (standing, left to right): Mrs. Nomi Zank of Coconut
Grove Playhouse; Mrs. Charies Rosenberg, Section Vice-
President; Mrs. Edwin Oppenneim, Section President; and
(seated) Mrs. David Rich. Sect-dp. Special Events Chairman.
T Girls Model Fashions
The Delta Psi Gamma Girls Club
of the Miami YMHA will present
and serve as models in a "Fashion
Happening'" at the "Y" on Sunday
at 1 p.m. Mrs. Rbona Gubermar.
Hill coordinate the fashion show,
and the afternoon will include
dancing to the music of a locat
band called "The Mass Confusion."
Mrs luiittf Rosenberg ol
Miami 3earh. decorations
chaumar. M the Cedars ol
Lebanon Hospital Anniver-
sary da!! previews her gown
lor the eve:.: which will be
he!d December 9 at the Fon-
tainet>leau Hotel.
M fruiters To Model
In Fashion, Show
Th Sisterhood of Temple Or
Olorn ). pinning its annual fashion
show luncheon to he held in the
tempk' auditorium on Tuesday.
Nov. 2fc. at noon.
Serving as models will be M<-
damek Edward Block. Gilbert Dia-
mond^ Sy Ehrlich. Arthur Gold
berg. Chick Goodman. Sidney
Greer.-.tein. Gabe C.ruber. Alan
Kurzweil, Bob Parent. Jack Pn
tnak. Barrett Rothenberg. Harry
Sarnoff. Gerald Schwartz. Herbert
Seltm.T., Paul Zuckerman.
Mrs Marvin Bochner is chairing
the affair and Mrs Herbert Cohen
is en:.airman. On the committee
of th. gala aftair are Mrs. Gerald
Baker Mrs Arthur Goldberg. Mrs.
Ell Kaufman and Mrs. Murray
Kay*
Way. and moans vice president
i- Mrs. Richard Behren. and Mrs.
Joseph Rothnun is president of
SisU-rhood
SOFT DESERT HUES IN
JEWELRY FROM ISRAEL
Eilat stones from King Soloman's mines,
set in sterling silver. Lovely, muted tones of
Azurit blue and blue-green, typical of the
desert colors of Israel. All artistically designed
in floral, geometric or contemporary style.
Choose from pins, earrings and bracelets
in this collection from 3.00 to 10.00.
JM FASHION JEWELRY, first ffoor, miami;
at dadeland, fort lauderdale, west palm beach
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Novc
MAYOR JAY DERMER mi Beach it i
:ionic al
It) and I
lint ha Goldberg
Cited Its trade my
I or Long Service

Hi' i \.
- hi- -
:: iei
The mi ol the
ncnial to
.Mr.- Goldberg,
.- retiring
I 7
w ith i he
em>. will Iw
Those Won it-1
Mr,. GoWfcer, yeirt-
in '!< school ni n> earlj
..!, i :i ce clerk. Mrs Gold
,i- !h en succcssh ely school
i \ linn registrar and .it the
it her retirement, adminis
i instant
Mthough she has known hun-
theii parents
1 her IT years .it the Acad
M i loldtx ; was alwa) -
i greel < by name
nquirj or commi
OM TO ALL MY FR'ENDS
DOMINIC K00
Candidate for Miami
City Commission Group 3
Umver -inesota,
>r government finance)
B Univ nool
'962
de manager, Interstate
- of Way Office (in charge
d' over 100 Mii'ion Right of
Funds All projects corn-
el or under construction
*--'965
>6d d 'o practice
S. Supreme Court, Wac.h-
>n DC sponsored by
Attorney General William
Clark.
All I Nave Done, ( Owe To
The Kind People 01 Miami
PILL LEVER 15A-GrouP3
Bureau I Ipau Set
To Open Tuesday
n Hi
by the I
>,, i Ossi|
- i > ill tx
the
MO Lini oln Rd a
for Id two hour u i ..'.: es.
-i- offeri
' i ginners, mu-i n .1
vanced students
U.F. TOTAL
MAY TOP GOAL

Count)
mi
week with the annour
In James 1 Kni
I nd chairman, I
totaled $3,797,920 ("he cam
paisn will end on r"'" '"
N ns that the toti
was the best ever foi that
period ol the campaign, Mi
Knight voiced the hope that
the final results ol the cam-
paign would be between 5
and 12 percent over II1 goal
Sky Lake Sisterhood Schedules
November Rummage Sales
The Sk> I ki Sj 1 :- "
hood ;ll hold a Rummage Sale lor
Iwo days in November at the w ash
ington Federal Auditorium
The sale
]],., nil \ lam until
n and on So> 30 I
until 5 I1 m
\rticli
\
: : :'
rare Mr n
f\ irttual
I I
Doral Hotel Plans A Musical Fii>i
\ -first Ihe I l"i' <
n the t nited
v madi
1
Club and ilotrl thai
on
the featured soloist w ill bi
\v.aii pianist and Marcl
violinist Toaaj Spivako>
featured
Alain 1
Paris, has alread) estal
oi Id wide reputation a- .
and has t. k.
the ii> 1
Miami Philhai
ll
Free Loan Group To Elect
The Greater Miami Hebrew Free
Loan Association "ill hold it-
annual election meeting 8 p.m Sun
day, at Miami Beach Federal Audi
torium, 778 Washington Avenue
The entire
I tl
con,:
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SIMCHAS
There
In a joyous annual celebration,
several hundred young relay runners
carry the burning Torch of
dom about 30 miles
ancient Modun near Lod Airport to
Jerusalem where it is received
by the Mayor. The event
commemorates the Maccabean
victories over the Syri ins,
over 2,100 years age.
and hereYuban makes a Simcha!
MAN THAT Z\P COX REALLY
SENDS ME...
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every cup is a happy occasion in itself.
No other coffee can give your family and friends
the matchless pleasure of Yuban
The Simcha coffee
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Friday, November 17, 1967
Lo*alit<\s Assigned
To Now AF Posts
Capt. Kenneth I) Kaplan, son of
Mr and Mrs Harry M Kaplan of
4310 Nautilus Dr.. is enrolled m
tlio Air Force Institute of Technol-
og) iAFIT) education-with induatrj
program at the Ix)ckhccd (icor^ia
Co. of Marietta.
A graduate of Miami Beach
Senior High, ('apt. Kaplan received
his Bii.B.A. degree in 1954 from
the Iniversits of Florida where he
VU commissioned through the Air
Force finerrrr Officers Training
< orps program. He also holds an
\i B A degree from Ohio State
University, ami is a member of
Tau Lpsilon Phi Fraternity
His wife. Hoslynne. is the daugh-
ter of Mr end Mr.s Harry Miller
Ol 4340 Nautilus Dt
Airman Paul L. Glance, -on of
Mr and Mn Jesa Glance of 1244
SW uth St. has graduated, with
h meal school .it Sheppard AFB, i< \
He has Urn assigned to .i unit of
the Strategic An Command at
Horn U B
A ittuate ol Miami Senior
d Ml
ami Da nd is
.i m Phi
* kmisti Ifhtrncffa' trt
Paq
Ombudsman Post
Is Urged By Koo
l>'r- nit Koo. the Shanghai boin
Miami attornej who i. ,i Group 3
. andidate for the Miami Citj <
hi-- on, this week called for the
eatabHshment of the office of Om
iMidsman to hear complaints ol
citizens and to cut red tape when
needed '
Ten yean ago, when Mr Koo
won $16,000 on the $t>4.ooo Quea
'ion" television Program, he pre
tented check foi si.ooo of his
innloga to the Combined Jewish
Appeal
JERRY ROTHBARD
Group 2
PLEASE PULL LEVER 9-A
This is your time to speak up
for the American form of
government. I am glad to be
an American and have the
privilege to run for politic.il
office.
I will work as hard as I can
to work for ALL OF YOU!
Let's all make Miami a pro-
gressive city and the best in
our country. I will do my best
for you. God Bless you All.
JERRY ROTHBARD ... a Pro-
gressive small businessman
I WANT YOUR HELP!
CALL 759-3331
Dignified, beautiful and
reverently cared for
surroundings for our
departed loved ones are
source of very real
comfort to alL
a .n cow-
MO 1-7693
Beth David Will
Present Review,
Forum Tuesday
Beth David Congregation will
hold its weekly adult education lec-
ture forum al 9 p m. Tue-da> in it-
South Dade School. Toil!) SW 120th
St Hanoi Sol Landau will review
the hook "The Choti n
"n thai same ei ening al 9 p.m
at the total Way school. Jli2."i SW
3rd Ave., the adult education lei
ture forum will be chaired by
Kabbi fSliezer Levl, who will intro-
duce the evening's discussion that
will precede the viewing of "Health
and Holiness," thi- week's topic or
the "Man to Man" television pro-
gram
REFINED WIDOW
will accommodate 2 adults
season Private home, all privi-
leges, near Reform Temple, Dip-
it Hotel, Beach and Cabana.
No smoking, no pets. Reason-
able. Hollywood, Fla. Code No.
305 927-2228.
Mr It) and Mr. cm
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led
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B'nai Raphael Sets Workshop
Congregation B'nai Raphael Sis
terhood will sponsor a Chanukah
workshop at 8 p.m. Monday, under
lirection ol Mrs Lillian Rubel
Various Chanukah projects will be
presented in order to acquaint the
members with Ihe know how

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Friday, November 1
967
Temple Judea Opens Cultural Series
On Nov. 26 Featuring Meyer Levin
Leo Mindlin, columnist for the
Miami Herald, and assistant pro-
fessor at Miami Darie Junior Col-
lege, will introduce author Meyer
Levin on Sunday. Nov. 26. as Tem-
ple Judea opens it< cultural s<'
Perspectives: 1967-68."
Levin, who was on hand for the
entire Six-Day War last June will
describe the recent Arab Israeli
battles and the continuing Middle
East crisis. He is currently writing
a novel set in Israel, and recently
published a non-fiction book on
Israel, designed for young people.
Milton Goldberg and Mrs George
Baum are cochairmen of the cul-
tural series committee, which also
announces the signing of Dr. Rob-
ert Altizer. father of the Protestant
God is
appearance
tizer is a Drofessor of religion at
Emory University in Atlanta. Adon
Taft. religion editor of the Miami
Herald, will introduce Dr. Altizer.
of Connecticut, slated at Temple
Judea's new social hall Jan 7. and
Gen S I A. Marshall, one of the
world's foremost military authors
and commentators
More than 100 couples have en-
rolled as patrons, and more than 40
couples have signed up as spon-
sor" of the series, Mr. Goldberg an
nounced. He said tickets for the
entire series are now on sale at the
Coral Gables congregation. 5500
Granada Blvd
Sunday Barheque
For Tor ah School
Max lenter, AirtW, To Be Here For Tochnion Dinner
||M lerner nationally known Reach Hotel. Mr Lcrncr ui
syndicated columnist and author. on -The Nation in an Ag.
will be the -e.-t speaker at the rCP ,n,| Technolotu
annual Technion Societ) d.nner
Jacob Kitkin. iiei\ <
u the afiair. to be held Thurs Went of the Florida
erring. Dee 21M, at the Doral be the honored gu<-
I*ak

Time for Tetley Tea
The Women's Auxiliary of the
Da van Raps U.N.
Dead" theology for an Oholei Torah School plans to hold KailIIPC To FlX
e next February. Dr. Al- its first annual picnic barbeque
Elath Attack Site
Sunday. Nov. 26. on the school
grounds at 1536 Bay Rd.
Scheduled from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m..
the festive outing will highlight
games and races for youngsters, as
for
TEL AVIV (JTAi Gen Moshe
Dayan. Israel's Defense Minister,
expressed this week Israel's pro
The series will conclude May 11. ^
with Miami News Ed.to.- Bill Baggs parenU and childrcn
introducing Bishop James A. Pike. ., ., w .
ntho-___ .- .. Mrs- Michael Jacobovitz is pres- tions to investigate and fix the ex
c ude L S In Abrah RK S"" f *? h1C' Tmh ^ a" *** ,h< S'"ai "*"
c.ude L.S. Sen. Abraham Ribicoff Women s Group. .. ... ..
-----------------------------------------------------------------------___________________! the destroyer Elath was sunk on
both I found regret and disappointment"
over the refusal of the I'nited Na
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\AJnat s Ooo/^

I Oct. 21 by Soviet-made missiles
ung
If you wish to experiment with wine cookery but have been
afraid to. a good, safe way to begin is with chicken and rice plus
Sherry wine, I'se a pale dry sherry for this purpose. Your success
will probably encourage you to more ambitious culinary efforts.
Following eRgplant casserole is a good way to prepare this
vegetable as now they are fre^h and plentiful as well as reason-
able in price.
CHICKEN AND RICE CASSEROLE
from Egyptian attack boats
Those views were relayed by
Gen. Dayan to Lt. Gen. Odd Bull,
head of the IN observation forces
J| in the Suez area, during a meeting
?'here at Gen. Dayan's office Gen
Bull came to the office to discuss
proposals by 1'N Secretary-Gen
era! U Thant to extend the IN ob
force both in manpower
1 chicken, quartered
'- cup rice
1 green pepper, sliced
1 onion, sliced
3 tablespoons oil or
rendered chicken fat
l4 cup Sherry
1 can mushrooms and liquid or
"* lb. fresh mushrooms.
sliced, or chicken soup
Water to cover rice and
chicken
Salt, pepper and cayenne to
taste
Saute onion and green pepper in 1 tablespoon oil until onion
is translucent. Roll pieces of chicken in 2 tablespoons oil. Put
washed rice in casserole and chicken on top. add salt and pepper
and cayenne; add canned mushrooms (including the liquidi, top
with the Sherry- and chicken soup or water to cover chicken Cover
and bake in a 350 degree oven for lVt hours or until chicken is
tender. Add more water during bakine if contents of casserole
become too dry Uncover casserole last half hour.
EGGPLANT CASSEROLE
1 medium eggplant peeled and
medium
diced
Salt and pepper to taste
1 sliced onion
1 sliced green pepper
2 cups canned tomatoes
2 tablespoons oil
Saute onion and green pepper in 2 tablespoons oil add to-
matoes and simmer 30 minutes. Add eggplant. Mixture mav be
put in casserole and baked until eggplant ia soft, but not mushy
Or it may be simmered on top of stove instead of baking.
BROILED FISH FILLETS
3 lbs. fish fillets (haddock, hali- Salt and pepper to taatC
but. sole or flounder) '/ cup (about) melted butter
Broiled fish fillets are wholesome and simple to prepare If
fish is small, may be used whole with head removed or not.
Wipe fish with a damp cloth, roll in melted butter Put fish
fillets in buttered preheated pan about 2 inches from heat and
3. J,PaL f butU'r on ,op Sa" and PePPer fiUets and broil until
slightly brown. Serve with quartered lemon, sour pickles and
quartered tomatoes.
GREATER MIAMI PHILHARMONIC
ALAIN LOMBARD, Music Director
MON., NOV. 20 MIAMI BEACH AUD. 8 30
TUE., NOV. '
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4 J servers'
jand transport facilities, including
tsea and air vehicles
4
4j Gen. Dayan repeated Israel's de-
mand that the UN. map a fixed
| cease-fire line between the Israeli
4 and Egyptian positions along the
i Suez Canal, but Gen. Bull reported
< that Egypt opposed such a step.
Run down from cleaning up?
When you need a pic* up. nothing brightens your life l4*Tet'-- '!
The secret is Tetley's tiny too leaf flavor plus bags t*at b'
fast you get real potbrewed ta am. Favored in Jesh h j>nes
smce 1875.
Real old
Hahnischeta'am!
Tetley taotta better
because It n*v*r
Ustes bitter.
K on the package means kosher certified kosher aid pa ve.
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21
- DAOE COUNTY AUD. 8-30
ALAIN LOMBARD
CONDUCTOR
JAMES O. BUSWELL IV
VIOLINIST
Tickets 5.50, 5.00. 4.00, 3.00,2.25
ai auditorium box offices and
GREATER MIAMI PHILHARMONIC
Douglas Entrance Bldg. Under the Arch
Coral Cables 33134 Tel. 444-6411
LIMITED NUMBER Of SUBSCRIPTIONS STIU AVAILABLE
JVffl J
S.mka Coffee tastes as good as
or better than your usual coffee.
And it'k97<,cafrcin free.
So, drink it. enjoy itan good health
Its 100<-c real coffee, too.
And caffe.n adds no flavor to any CUp ofcoffee.
( omes instant and ground.
Another hoe product of funeral Foods.
CERTIFIED KOSHER-PARVE



iay. November 17, 1967
Dr. Erhard Believes
Anti-Semitism Not
A Force In Germany
SALEM JTA> Dr l.url
n'l. former Chancellor of
i ,i rmanjr, told ncu uneri IN i
i-eek ihat he did not believi
Si mittlfn in "democrat c Gei
had any chano- of bet om
tagioUS ci a fore
Weal Geraan leader and his
I me here on the invitation ol
. r Levi K-iikn!
ndinn to sharp question!
- ime newsmen. Dr Krharrl
il record proved beyond an>
jbl that he had been consiatenl
- flgbl against the Nazis and
he had foregone many aca
(x)>itions and honors be
ise he refused to join even Nazi
m MaveitoiK academic groups
also noted that it had been his
tonal oVeision to extend MM
i of the statute of limita
us for nuirdcr until 1969.
i -aid that he had been very
received during his stay here.
rling that he uu not so naive as
Make small demonstrations
[Ml him. such as one by stu
at Bar Hart University, for
< vprcssjo* of the people's atti-
i aoanj: political questions.
. said only that he wished Israel
. r;i ancnt peace based on mu
' recognition with the Arab
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Page 9-B
All i 99 o! the Grand Piemiere Ball ol Temple
Emanu-El Sunday nighl as the Miami Beach Congregation
opned its new Social Hall-School Building are (trorn lett)
Mr. and Mrs. Lnnl Morton and Mr. and Mrs. Max Boderman.
Mr. Morton, vice president ol the synagogue and chairman
the building Committee, served as general chairman ol
the Ball. Mr Boaefrhan is president ol Temple Emanu-El,
with Mrs. Boderman serving as chairman of the arrange-
ments.
*V To Offer Games Nilit On Saturday
The YMIIA of Greater Miami
will hold its annual scholarship
.james night at the Centra! YMHA.
1500 SW 8th St.. on Saturday All
oroceeds go lo the Scholarship
Fund which makes it possible lor
less fortunate hoys and girls to use
the facilities of the YMHA.
The prizes donated by local mer
chants include appliances, cloth-
.ng. food products, furniture plants.
hotel and motel weekends, dinners
at leading restaurants and night
clubs, tovs and a silver tea service.
Mrs. Range Seeks
Election To Seat
Held For 2 Years
Mrs Athalie Range, who ha-
scrved as Miami City Commission
er for the pa-t two years, is now
seeking election to the Croup 2
poal lo which she was origin,
nted
As incumbent. Mrs Range stn 5!
es her record of accomplish
mint." considering "the introduc-
tion and eventual passage of a
tough gun ordinance which re
stricts the sale of firearms. which
-he sponsored, "one of the most
significant pieces of anti-crime leg
illation passed in the entire conn
t>."
Mrs. Range states that "It has
been my aim to be a commissioner
who represents every single seg-
ment of the population, and a check
of my voting will show that 1 n
spect the rights of all the people in
the city."
As confirmation of her attitude.
Mrs Range calls attention to her
active participation in "the tenant-
landlord ordinance which provides
more services to the tenant and
more protection against malicious
destruction to the landlord."
B.B. Flogs for New Citizens
The South Florida Council of
B'noi B'rith Lodges w ill once again
distribute American flags to 14#
new American citizens, it was an-
nounced by Irving Matlin. chaii
man of Veterans Affairs and t^m
munity Service The ceremaeit
will take place at 1:30 p.m. Friday
at the Main Post Office in Miami
Rabbi MTke Attends Confab
Rabbi David H. Wice of Phila-
delphia. Pa., will give the presi-
dential address on Friday evening
at the Americana Hotel when the
Family Service Association of
America launches its 5-day confer
ence on Miami Beach.
Murray Solomon Post of Coral
Gables. Jewish War Veterans, will
cosponsor a games party with the
Men's Brotherhood of Temple Za-
mora Sunday evening at the tcm-
'. pic. Post commander is M. Jay-
Berliner
what's LOX urV?
tu-
rn i~
mi
9 a
n
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vv^7vv\
Is it diamonds tor your anniversary
or dancing at the Plaza Ritz?
no!
Is it a Sunday breakfast of bagels,
lox and Philadelphia Cream Cheese?
yes!
LOXury begins with the finest, freshest,
tastiest cream cheese in town...Philadelphia brand!
gathered for you.
Miriam Held
V/ic Men-Are-Always-Complaining
I'rpi. "I see some women who are atl
the time occupied with applying washes
to their hair to give it a blonde color. .. .
At one lime you art curling it, atouorliei
you are uncurling it. Why tan'l you
leave your hair alone ''" So, this fa not ii
huh iii a lot al beauty parlor quoting hti
husband. Il is the querulous comment ol
Human writer Jertullian, uttered \ornr
eighteen huntlred years ago....
Joint Games Party Planned S
trictly for Compliment-Collectors
If >ihi are concerned about making
brunches, lunches and dairy dinner*
"meaty" enough for >our menfolk bin
and small, here are some rilling sug-
gestions, simple yet substantial.
oliaths favorite fopovers
6 ergs M tup Plaafe's Oil
2 cups milk 1 \t cups uns.ited flour
lVa tsp. silt
In large bowl combine egga and Pointers
Oil; beat ttgStfly. Gradually bnl I* milk.
flow aad tall. Poor batter iato 10 well
gre%f ruatard nqn. Place on haklag
beet and bake at "VK I kaar, or uatil
arm sad browa. (If desired, X trem
i" m after 45 aabaatea, cat "Alt bj m* at
each papas er to let steam escape a ad
qtnckly trturn to orrn far 15 iniwatei.
Make* tea great bag "IMtk breads."
SPANISH OtsfLET OV OLE
- eup Plate rt Oil
W rue chopped onion
Vs cup chopped green pepper
1 cup (8-ouncr) tomato sauce
^ cup wale' 1 tsp salt
1 tsp chili powder ( eggs
'a cup milk Dash peppe*
To preaare the mace heat 2 tablespoon*
Plaaten Oil in pan. Saute onion aad green
pepper until lender, stirring occasionally.
Stir in tomato sauce, water. f teaspoon
salt and cbili powder. Bring to a bail; taen
simmer, uncovered, about 10 to 15 min-
utes, stirring occasionally.
Meanwhile, prepare the omelet. Beat eggs,
milk, rest of tall anjpepper together until
i-ii in.\i d Slowl> heat remaining 2 table-
spoon. IManirrs Oil in large skillet Ouickly
add egg mixture and rook orr low beat
\s i...ii..in of omelet sets, loosen and lift
edge with spatula: tilt pan to let uncooked
portion run underneath and cook. Con-
tinue lullnu and tilting until omelet is al-
most dr> on top. I or roll Ota* and tilt oul onto warm scrting
plate. Serve it w with hot sauce, riaa-
for four. \ikI he prepared to hear them
exclaim OletOlcl
NOODLES NAFOll
1 package (8-ounccs) medium noodles
'. cup Planters Oil
-* cup dany sour cieam
M cup giated cheese
i tsp peppet chopped parsley
Cook noodles according lo package dkee-
Iiimin; drain well. I ightly lo*a togethei
dr .mi. il hot cooked noodles. Planters Oil
and sour cream until well-blended. Sprinkk
wilh cheese and pepper; ton until noodles
arr II-coated wilh cheese, t.arnish with
panic*. Sane hot lo four or maybe sin
(nolnecessarils Italian) nrmaV-ioins.
\^
CBHTtf ISO KOOHffOT
Kraft tltt paxkagi k) year luaraaux f the nnatt for oi. lieshness and purity
jw let's talk about Law....
M hai is the shortest hret story in lit-
eralwi Pethapt the tale of the Pain
oi, h an.: ihe ShephcraUss. With its cut
tomer} conciseness the Bibie relates (m
lust eleven Hebrew leweiaw) mat "Jacob
served \rven years tor Kaehel, and the\
sermetl to him but a few amys, for tht
love he had for her."
Talking of love, it is innieating to note
that the command to hree (or protect)
the stranger is repeated m the Tor ah no
fewer thorn thirty-six limes...._______
Jnslant Reoematior,'
It take* some neoale a Hha to earn
their portion in the Worlk>4t-<'oaB,"
rum a Kabbtnic axiom, infinitHs sage
and ctmipassionate, "whilst others can
earn it in a single hour." Surely, bawv
ilrcds of tHousands of people rcaVeroed
bjcmselres instantly by tkeir vrhole-
Scartcd and crapathetic response to
Israel's fateful crisis in June 1967. For
nany of us, it was a moment of truth
and an hour of decision.
MANNA ABOUT TOWN
IS A STANDARD BRANDS EXCLUSIVE
EXCLUSIVELY FOR THE
RIGHT V0UN6 HOMEMAKE*


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* tfi*,ttkridiK*r,
Friday. Ns.-.


K/IUKItl
i
Trance* JL,ehman
We
the
Women
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
She's a little bit of a woman, Muriel Mrs Eugene R I
Katz but she packs a big wallop.
Born in Boston her family moved to New York where
the) lived on Long Wand When
she was 12 she started soinj; to the
Art Students League alter school.
Always interested in art. the desire
to |>a,nt and t l collect fine paint-
ings ha- never left her
When Muriel's motbei became
ill. the famil) divided their tune
between summers up north and
winters in Miami Beach it was
h< re tl a Muriel coi I
oscl torn-
er Ida M Fi hi r H il. It
was
Street 1 t he

Mu
>hi
ii rl al Mt S
in ;
: Mi \ Sew Jersey. Gene b< ol Hi<'
United N lation Administral
He wasCI teception It was .. most i il
g to all ol the Embassj parties ng to the W
House and getting to know the people in the news Gem -
duties were man) and varied but always interesting Like
the time be Hew crates ol hatching eggs in i big old
bomber to Czechoslovakia before it became Communist
The Katies have two childrenBarbara, who was born
in Washington and who n ds the L'niversitj
Denver, and Janet who was born in Miami and
High School
In 1949 they moved to Miami, where Gene went into
nesi IK1 had always loved Florida and Muriel was
hted to call it home The) both got involved in a
roup. which included the actual running
he bathrooms! Muriel
I
Th. mtil in I l
she tx over heels I involved in
Muriel has I
i ears. SI in
ip the H)
if the nev I.F.C.S

Pn is i
i ship
I she woi ks as a i
Thi | have been all o\
raveling b) him
nds it a small world Takii i pill thai
on the market, he found that a business ass i
ciate in Finland is taking the same drug. When he was in
South Alma, he -aid i! looked like a Miami Beat h
with an English accent.
The Katz home is delightful and enchanting because
\.i> fine art collection. Returning last month
from Europe, the) brought some different French and
sis> lithographs Muriel also Marches for antiques This
trip she discovered two unusual boxes
A gourmet cook, she collects gourmet cook books, too
But -he find) it a t nan..us thrill reading them and refrains
from trying out the best recipes because Gene is on a
low cholesterol diet.
Muriel is a quiet, unassuming person with a perceptive
qualil) >f knowing the needs "f others Both Muriel and
Gene are generous in their giving, emotionally, physically
and financially However since they are the type that stays
in the background, few are aware the "nth" degree, Muriel holds a very special place with
her friends her family and with the Jewish Famil) and
Children's Service
"MCh Wedilinq Timer
FLOWERS
BLOSSOM SHOP
'Mercantile Motional Bonk Building)
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December Nuptial*
For Eunice Tall.
Richard Martin
Mr and Mrs Murr> Tall, 7435
s\\ 104th si announce the en
emenl of their daughter, Eu
nice Ingrid to Richard Alan Mai
i,. son ol Mr. sjsjal Mm Jesse
Martin of Hollywood. Fla.
Miss Tall Is i new f< atun re-
porter with the Miami Herald and
previously worked tor the Coral
Gables Times and Miami Heacn
Sun she is a 196T journalism grad
uate of the Universit) ol Florida,
Gainesville, where she was chosen
a member ol the Hall of Fame and
who- Who in American Inner
sitics and Colleges
She was president ol Thcta Sig
Phi journalism honorar) I
di : ol Savanl I 1 women's
irary; member of Delta I'hi
E| tilon sen ial sororit); memberof
pi ; staff Bnd execu
[eatun editor; and n
bei tard ol Student Publi-
eat,on- she attended Han
S 100I in 1966 She is a
Palmetto Huh graduate
Mr Mart i 188 tri I
re at the I
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xaminei u
Holl)
V Dei 24th wi
it 1 e
Denyse Levin Is
Engaged To Wed
Mi and Mrs Aivm il Levin o(
mon Md I .. e announced
the .'lit of then daughter,
Denyse Barrie, t<> Efrem Lieber ol
Wilmington, Del son of Mr and
Mi S I lei i
[ Foi
Park High ai .1 the I mversity
M : and
I at thi
M/SS IUNKI 1 ALL
Chapter Members
Invite Husbands
To Dinner Cruise
Freedom c hapter ol B*aaJ B'rith
Women members and their hu
bands will embark on a Jui
Queen" cruise on Saturdi s,
28 Dinner and a \aude\
will be on tap during th<> evening
on Thursd ij al no n Bap.
ter was lo ha
at Harbor House South !' gram
chairman, Mrs Samuel
was to Intro luce Mrs. S p
li,ak. who was scheduled |
"The Chosen
Mrs. Dooald Jarretl is
n eana ehairmsin, and \i..
i Austein is chapti r i
Hcach Hadassah
Offers Scries Of
Book {Reviews
i he Miami i- u
Hadassah will launch it>
-. lev I. M
l ei it the A ers Hoi
Millei i
M. h \ n !


MISS DINTS* tARtll
Hi..
and
Mr Licbi
h High and the < ersitj ol
M i yiaand < ollegi ol Enginei i
.- iaplo)esl at tin- Tcu.i. Re
search Lahsvatorf of the du Pont
i osapsM) He is a member ol
Am.ru-an Institute "t Ohemical
s. and the : Hun
i -
The futu 1" the
ler ol Mr and Mrs

of M R< Kat
28
\cir Members 1/
Dessert Urea Li a si
Mo
I
sei t bi eakfasl
The 11am
Bt the home I M
non
Mrs \ n.
It :.t of :he
M. mbefsh p \ui
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November 17, 19R7
* k*i*>ly ITh ridHftr
'
v^/iur#)i/Via/i
Wfl
y*"rs,
.
Juk
&
-econd annual fine ait- tea
.1 Belli la\ id ( ongTC -l.ilinn
|> thi- past Saturday evening
champagne receptioai and
a ihowinR fin subscribers
\hibit area held m Spectoi
h.i and ihaii men of the festii al
Mr and Mr- Julius Spei t"i
Formal length gown was ...
-Ik brcM ade with silvei
rystal cat iar bead- detail
c brocade pattern
11.in\ Harwich i
A ( Hi" .. >w n slashed
I across .it the neckline
straps en aitii
l he beau
n lorn bi
Rosen waa ',

Mi -
i i

Mr- v : \ Beer
ble whu li -he wore The
. ngth sku! aii.I matching
ere in i I
featuring an
each i d Hei
ind luif tequined <>\ pi
.- a ,i- ti .'in |1m l)i lent Mi -
Spei '"i ensemble aa- a
Original Musk) olive
rsey a aa the color and fa t >
i tin- goMii ahich was ci
mo-t unusual pin, and the
* .< topped ith a
.i evening coat tut in the
'i i Hat it) le
How aid I
I :ttl a
. cumnu r
bund encircling her waist, The
gown had the high yoke treatment
and was sleeveless Champagne
satin was worn b) Mrs Boberl
Segal Her floor lenxth gown was
banded in lime satin around the
square neckline and short ileevei
Mrs Henrj I susi won- a black
.ii i tun piece ensemble with the
cowled neckline completely cm
ered with jet cr) -tai- and u ads
\ ''In ho chose Mack for I he
i i ung Mas Mr- Brenda Sai
Hei silk gown wa> figure molding
and had ., decolette neckline
Mr- Sol landau whose hus
nd is Beth David rabbi -i
'i ', ... ppi
t ||
ack
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:...... V and
- S
! w.i- en cred in multicol
,., i Mrs Badanes
w..- an ice turquol i de
.in,.1 embroidi
in a floi patti Ml on tin- silk lllll
n bodice Mr- Henr) Kamen
, ,i tloor Ii ngth gown in "
challis with maroon and orange
dominating the ml": In tin paia
le) print
Mi \.i-\ M iller wa- in a three
piei i bla< silk embroidered d)
ii.,-- Her lackct had
p. loll.ii \ black
\, [vet flooi Ii ngth sheath
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An evening ceremon) on Su.i
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Synagogue with Rabbi David l i
field officiating, the wedding was
followed by a reception at the M
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On their return from a motor
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will live at 7545 E Treasure Di
Daughter ol Mr and Mr- Hai
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the bride wa- attended by Mis
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f It* 1st ntridtinr
Friday N.-prr.b^r 17
JQar Knneh Goodman
;The Bar Mitzvah of Ker.neth.son
>f Mr and Mrs. Max Gooilm.ii..
*ill be celebrated on Saturday
morning. Nov. 18. during services
it Temple Sinai of North Dade
Kenneth is in the eighth grade
it North Miami Junior High and in
the Temple Sinai Religious school.
His hobbies are coin collecting,
model airplanes, and sports, partic-
ularly golf. He has received the
\merican Lemon Award for schol-
irship and citizenship
*
William Nankin
On Saturday morning. Not 18th.
William S son of Mr and Mri
Franklin Nankin. 1000 88th St.,
>ill be Bar Mitzvah at Temple Ner
Tamid.
William is a student at Nautilus
'unior High and Ner Tamid Re
ligious School. He plays the drums
n the school band and is a mom-
i>er of the Junior Ner Tamid Choir
A Kiddush will follow the serv-
ices, and a reception on Saturday
venmg at the Seville Hotel will
lonor the celebrant.
> Paul Pui*'
Paul, son" oi Mr and Mrs
ue! FunL 15531 NE 15th I"
r^fflflu- Bar MTtzvah at Beth Toral
Congregation Saturday morning
Nov 18th
Noah Yanich
On Saturday. Nov. 18th. Noah-
Eliezer. -on of Mr and Mrs. Josepl
1 Yanich. will become Rar Mitl
vah at the morning service ai
Temple Israel.
Noah, a straight A student, at
tends eighth grade at North Miami
Junior Huh. where he plays firs: i
violin in the orchc-tra He won a
Future Scienti.-ts of America
award and placed fourth in the
Dade County Spelling Bee last
year. His interests Include base
ball, natural and applied science,
reading, and coins.
A Kiddush will follow the serv
ice. and a M 'lav eh Malka will be
held in the celebrants honor at his
home Saturday evening. Present at
the Bar Mitzvah will be Noahs
grandparents. Mrs Annie Yanich
and Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Kassel.
Mark Blank
Charles Andrews
Noah tamich
ScaM teaman
Scott Baarman
Scott I Bearman will
Bar Mitzvah at Temple Judea on
Saturday morning. Nov. 18th.
The son of Mr and Mi Julius
E. Bearman. 435 Hardee Rd.. Coral
lables. the celebrant is an eighth
^rade student at Ponce de Leon
lunior High and a graduate of
Temple Judea Hebrew School. He
- continuing his religious educa-
tion at Temple Judea Scott, who
l>layed Khoury League baseball for
fire years, bowls, swims and plays
;alf. Other extra curricula r activi-
ties include guitar and dancing.
The Oneg Shabbat will be ten
iered by maternal grandparents.
Mr and Mrs Leo H Ebstein and
i>areinal grandparents. Mr. and
Mrs Daniel Caming. local resi
ents. Scott will be honored at a
eception and dinner dance hosted
> his parents Saturday evening in
temple Judea's Social Hall

Jeffrey Cahan
Jeffrey, 1070 NE 152nd Ter.. son
T Mrs Manuel Bergman and Ar
hur Cohen, will become Bar Mitz
.ah at Beth Torah Congregation
Saturday morning. Nov 18.

Charles Andrews
Charles Brentford "Brent" An
rev-, son of Mr and Mrs. Reuben
Nordenberg. will observe his Bar
lit/vah Saturday morning. Nov.
18th. at Beth David Congregation.
The celebrant will receive a tallis
nd case, yarmulke. bible and
afillin brought by his parents from
erusalem.
An eighth grade honor student at
Palmetto Junior High, the cele
rant is an assistant patrol leader
nd belongs to Boy Scout Troop
<33. He plays piano and trombone
nd is interested in coin collecting.
mateur movie making and scuba
iving.
Mr. and Mrs Nordenberg will
host the Kiddush following the Sat
irday morning ceremony, a lunch
on in Spector Hall at Beth David.
ind an open house in the afternoon
t their home. 6600 SW 127th St.
Among gdests will be Mrs. Lena
Mordenbecg. and Mr and Mrs
Lloyd E. Andrews, of Chicago,
grandparents of the Bar Mitzvah.
Fam Barman
Fern, daughter of Mr and Mrs
become Benjamin Berman. 1201 NE 175th
St.. will become Bas Mitzvah at the
Beth Torah Congregation Friday
evening. Nov. 17th.
Sunn and Stevon Goodman
Twins Susan and Steven Good-
man will observe their Bas and Bar
Mitzvah at a special Thanksgiving
service at Beth Torah Congrega-
tion Thursday. Nov. 23. at 10 am
The celebrants are the daughter
and cor. of Mr and Mrs George
1 Goodman.
t
Mario Ciniborg
Mario, son of Mr and Mrs Saul
Gwrburg. 7901 Biscayne Poiut Cir .
will become a Bar Mitzvah at
Temple Menorah Saturday morn-
ing, Nov. 18th.
Mario is a student at the relig-
ious school and also attends Nau
tilus Junior High
A Kiddush will follow services
and a dinner reception in Mario's
honor will be held at the Seville
Hotel Saturday evening.
Mark Blank
Mark B.. son of Mr. and Mrs.
Jerry" Blank, will become Bar Mitz-
vah on Saturday. Nov. 18th. at .
Temple Emanu-EI
Mark is in the eighth grade at ,
Miami Country Day Sct.ool He
plays the tenor saxophone and has
received honorable mention sev-
eral times for scholastic standing.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Blank and Mr. ,
and Mrs Barney Weinstock. Mark's
grandparents, will attend the event
The celebrant will be honored al
a reception Saturday evening in
the temple's social hall.
Linda Joy Raab Is
First Has Mitzvah
At Beth Raphael
Linda Joy Raab will be Bas MltZ
vah Friday evening. Nov 17th.
luring services at Temple Beth
Raphael, where her father. Rabbi
David Raab is spiritual leader
The ceremony will In- the tn-t
Bas Mitzvah to
be held at th<-
temple Rabbi
and Mrs Raab
vvill host the
Otteg Shabbat
reception in the
temple social
hall following
the observance
The celebrant
i> a seventh
grade student
liada a, ,ho Hebrew
Academy. Her hobbies include
swimming, bowling, football, fish
ing and dramatics.
Linda's grandparents are Mrs
Shifra Raab and Mr and Mrs
Moshe Shalman of Tel Aviv. Israel
Larry Waks
Larry, son of Mr and Mrs Ken
neth Waks. 8840 SW 17th St.. will
become Bar Mitzvah at Temple Or
Olom on Saturday. Nov 18th
Larry is an eighth grader at
Ransom Prep School He is inter- I
ested in sports, plays tennis, and '
won an award for swimming at the
YMHA He is treasurer of Alpha
Delta Phi of the "Y."
Mr and Mrs Waks will host the
Oneg Shabbat at the temple fol
lowing Friday night -ervices.
SMMOil rUSMKO
Israeli Muwcal
Due Here Dec, 17
Israeli composer ShmueI Fershko
is producing a musical. Israelis
Are Coming."* to be held at the
Miami Beach Auditorium on Sun
day. Dec 17. at 8 p.m.
The concert, which will feature
Israeli musical stars, is being sored bv the Jewish National Fund
Council of Greater Miami Pro-
ceeds will be channeled to funds
for the redemption and refore-ta
tion of land in Israel.
A musical protege in Vienna.
Fershko emigrated to Palestine,
now Israel, in 1937 He wrote popu
lar music for the theatres of the
da) and during the Mandate, was
musical director for the under
ground Haganah radio station-
In this country. Fershko served
a.- producer and musical director
of his own TV ihOM on Channel 5
Dumont He records for the Ron
lette label has written the musical
-core (or several films and has
appeared on many of the popular
television shows
Ceremony Honors
Temple Students
Dur.ng Friday evening services
at Temple Zion. Rabbi Alfred Wav
man will consecrate student-
the beginners class of the aftei
noon religious school.
Following the 7 30 pm
mony, the Sisterhood will host
OneR Shabbat in honor of I
-ec rants.
Young guests for the evening
are: Bret Feingokl. Steven Glantl
Harold Gold. Randee Gordon. Ste
ven Greenberg. Marcy Hopmitz
Rita Horowitz. Randi Jacobi. Last
rence Kaplan. Andrew koppel
Robin Landers. Michael Mem.el
stein. Michael Murray. Iris Oaken,
Bruce Rabin. Michael Rosenthal.
Maria Samuels. Evan Shapiro.
Stephen Sleswnger. Mitchell Sonn.
Kenneth Vogcl. Gary Walowitz
Renee Weintrauh. Ronald Wein
traub and Edward Weiss, of daai
1A;
Jed Burger. Mimi Enerfeld. S-
Feldman. I .ami is Joseph. Robert Lei
kowitz, Felicia Levine. Robert I
denbaum. Howard Perlman. Lor
Bobbins. Saniord Samuels. Karei
Rothstein. Thomas Wasserlauf
William Whitman, of class IB.
Joseph Brams. Bradley Ca
Alan Gross. Gilbert Isgar. Scott
Kane. Barry Katz. Jack Lei
David Mathn. Edward Phillip-
Donald Schauer. Richard Sti
berg. Jay Weissman. Barbai.<
nick and Ftedriek Tonfcg
H
B.8. Thanksgiving Lunch
The Miami Beach U,
Chapter of B'nai B'rith Wil
a regular meeting and Th.i
inf luncheon at noon Tue-
the Deauvilla Hotel
Chary! Avlna
Cheryl, daughter of Mr and Mr-
Robert Avins. 17401 NE 10th Ave.,
will become Bar Mitzvah at the
Beth Torah Congregation Friday
evening. Nov. 17th.
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Page I3-B
[Quiz Box
What i* the origin of prayer?
According to the otunion of the
iabbil m the Talmudic literature.
he act of prayer is as old as man
limself. Xttam is said to have of-
red a Psalm to the Almiphty i ..,.,' M, 's.'L u' Av' Miami City Commission in group 2.
Heaths In Jerry Rothbard Is
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t j ^ the Psalm which we consider
|- the l'-alin for the Sabbath Day).
I.un's plea to the Almighty (Gene-
s' u 5:13, !*) is regarded by Nach
fcianidis ,in his commentary to the
: ntateuchr as a prayer. The
lausc found in the early chapters
(t-ncMs stating "Then began
.!i to call upon the name of the
Lord" iliervwis 4:20 is interpreted
hv the Targum i(>nkelesi to mean
i.,t they then began to pray unto
. \inui;ht>.
The Talmud iTaanit 2a) inter
ret* the Biblical commandment
-> rve the Almighty with all
II art" to be a Biblical com-
ni lit ordering the Jew to
..> Apparently, it seems that
an fulfill* one of his most baaii
,.:- in hus act of prayer, i e to
.,r ..-i tcntact with a Higher
| i and to feel that man has
newie to h*m he can address
iiM .1 in his hour of need, some-
e who is powerful enough and in
position to help man. What .hi
iism dnl was to formulate and
.mdardize as well as regulate
i torn, the pattern and the ref
arit) of prayer, to the extent that
ayef became a daily exercise fur
- MMtl M that this soul could
at] tune- be kept in a most
. althy state of well being.
r for man's soul is like
r hia body. Krom his very
. -t day tin earth, man learned to
it uhen he experienced hunger
wai the gradual development of
- c.vilization that taught him to
egulatc his eating habits and par
akc of food at regular intervals
, tervf his physical health So
'. 1 Judaism do with man's soul
.in it trained to exercise In
-)(t at regular inlrvaU instead
v.iiting until Uiere was spiritual
:o his existence
According to Judaism how
*e* prayer influence rha Al-
miohtyt
' I statement in the Talmud
ms that the prayer of the
| teom can annul the decree of
Mmighty bimfldf Mo'ed Ka
Ani'^her statement. In a
iorm. states that the praxer
" righteoiM can transfer God's
attribute from anger to compas-
in thi- same refer, nee
ilmud (tatei that the Al
ietim< withhold- some
laing from man so that man will
bra) foi it lYebamoth B4a' Thus
re the matriarchs barren be
|iiim h' Almighty wanted to hear
l"i prajren of the patriarchs ask
I-. for offspring to carry on their
Jentage. -
Nachmaoidei iCommentary on
I -i. -i- 46 f5 regards the change-
the world effected by prayer
I one of the \eiled miracles in
H( universe According to Albo
Oh of, Principles 4:19) the
mge brought about by prayer is
result of the change in the
r-hiper himself.
| The -aintly Rabbi Kook of bios
memory claimed that prayer
Either changes God nor does it
fangt' man It serves, he said, as
|mtaru atf tattratins man (Olath
i iyah 1:14). It is possible that
|is elevation makes man himself
Use that whatever is happening
|all for his eventual good.
"ontemporjjjrliters have said
kt actually tirayer does not
Uige the iofat of the Almighty
in His infinite Wi-dom, Btver
I'-nded to cajftBCa harm. What
[i>er doe- bring about is only the
(ritual outcome of His Great
prnal Plan which was for the
of man all along (B. S. Ja-
kson. Shanah BShanah. 5723. p
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
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AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 67-17335-Kmg
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
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LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
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DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No 67-17374
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
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No. 69660-B
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FLORIDA
No. 67-10283
NOTICE OF SUIT
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SUIT FOR DIVORCE
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Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
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T "Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
time 40 Number 44
Miami, Florida. Friday, November 17, 1967
. v. _, Sections I :.
Protests Mounting On Plight Of Soviet Jews
\F.\V YORK Jewish organiza-
- used the occasion of the 50th
vcrsary of the Soviet revolu-
thia week to remind the Soviet
: that the promises of that rev-
lion had consistently been de-
1 to Russia's three million
j ws
TweDty-five national Jewish or
izations, comprising almost the
Johnson Pays
Surprise Visit
To JLC Fete
,'. YORK (JTA) President
.ri made a aurpri e
wi eh to tell a dinner of the
n al convention ol the Jewish
r i 'i mmittec thai "the tame
i| issues .He al stake in the
.i- in the v
conflict.
Preaidenl made his ui
visit at the dinnei ol the
1: .nil- I in ion i i
;. hts i>f the JLC, in h
i ileanj pn
> li k who was gnen ttu
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ian hip if Chai s S Zim
eat Ihe li

T!i? White House kept the Pres-
trip here a secret until
< i f in the evening to prevent
. hostile demonitrations. In a
s i onq defense of his Vit t Nim
y. the President said that an
American failure in Southeast
> vould "risk far more terri-
ble war in the future."
Id I Tin- nme kind of
.it itake tonight in the
i liu-ic- we see Ihe
j ol in.-ii struggling toward
amid the danger ol ar
President urged > ntii
-n to att
ih.it would enable ti.<- p
: the region to "live together
nit) and mutual reaped We
m thai failure in the Mid lie
cat condemn the childi ol
region to endless and -cum'
- warfai
inual Uuravchik, JLC direc
told the 900 delegates at the
ilon thai Ihe organize
hi had pledged an increaae in its
- t.ir doser cooperation be
Jew Ish :* i Negro com muni
i and t>> combat separatism,
Si mitism, anti-white and anti-
entlmenta
full spectrum of the organized
American Jewish community, pro-
tested the continued cultural and
religious discriminations against
Russian Jews in a letter to Presi-
dent Nikolai Podgorny of the
U SJ5.R.
The letter was signed by Rabbi
Israel Miller, chairman of the
American Jewish Conference on
Soviet Jewry, in behalf of the 25
organizations comprising the Con- '
ference The organized Jewish i
communities in seven other coun-
tries also issued protests to the
Russian government
Dr. Nahum Goldmann, presi-
dent of the World Jewish Con-
gress, issued a statement in
Geneva, expressing "profound
sorrow" over the pl'/iht of Soviet
Jowry Lauding the "remarkable
achievements" of the Soviets "in
so many fields," Or. Goldmann
said that the situation of Russian
Jewry had deteriorated from
conditions in the first decade
after the revolution. He appealed
to the Soviet government to re-
move "ths disabilities and in-
eqMJliies" orsssira on Soviet
Jews and to "accord them full
facilities" to live as Jews.
The letter from Rabbi Miller t)
President Podgorny urged the So
viol government to fulfill the
pledges made by the Declaration of
Rights of the Peoples of Rut
promulgated by I.coin 50 years a.;
this month which "promised I
Continued on Page O-A
EBAN TELLS SECURITY COUNCIL
Israel Will Not Accept
Pre-War Conditions
PMSIDtNT JOHNSON
1 M! ED \ VTIONS, N Y 1-
Foreign Minister VI., S
Eban t< Id Ihe United Nations Se-
ui tj Council this week thai it was
l-rat firm resolve i re
turn inger and vuli i
the Six Daj W ar in June
Israel Hi ft Worries
South African Jewry
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,:i can Jewrj was i at*

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een I Sou'
, and Israel

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ect : f !
i) and fiiei P exti led bj
h Africa to I lei pa l i
durii
iurn Six l '.!> War a
., ] I'm. v also express d gn
conciin with the angrj read
South Africans t<> Israe -
apartheid stand as reflected in re
cent comment in the pres
! adio hi i <
The immediate cause for con-
cern was a speech by Israeli del-
egate Dr. Joel Barromi, widely
reported here, which denounced
apartheid and called on UN.
members to act r.idinU it
rici P rtei i hairman <>f th<
South ah naii .leu ish Board ol
Deputl teH compelled t<> issue a
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e iewpoinl as distinct Irom
s personal
Vfi lea s race polii ies
nunit) is far from
at this inci d e n I look
lid it was api
that Dr Barromi "did not
tiati in th in i
bitter attack
epre
v.;thout defending his
'hoii e i w ords l belies e
that he did i
it n in an) spirit
Mr Porter expi disap
pom al the toi ne ol
the reactions to Dr Barromi's
eh in section ol the press and
: on the radio. He refened
;i. to an editorial in the
i i spapi r Die Transvaler, which
be aimed particular!) at
n .1. wrj
I hi litorial said In part "A
citizen of the Republic l>. after
ten place in \< York
the t N si. lympathy for
Israel, reveals that he possesses no
national sell reaped an I does not
li serve t> enjoy the privileges
n hull go W it!' citizenship
He told the Council "This resolve
will prevail over ever) other con-
..'. n To avoid a retui i. to i )
the conditions m hi. h pi e\ ailed
luni is;, supreme national
worth) ol ever) effort and
The Israeli spokesman reji
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the i
clan d 'We i annol rel in to the
shattered armistii e n
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i ouni authorize Ih< ai poinl
. Mideast representative, Mr
Eban insisted thai an) such i
sai > must nol be -.\ en
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'pre ud Isi ael'a nositiot It is
our abs iluti right." he said "I
approach tl
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Eban Backed
By Cabinet
USALEM ITA
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Continued on Page 8-A
Knesset Supports Eshkol
On Middle East Policy
JERI SAI M ["he Knessel I-
rael's Parliament adopted a reso
lution this week reiti rating the
government's stand thi
itiations between Israel and
the -ti to a si lu
tion ol the Middle East crisis The
resolution approved the govern
in nt's polio which was reaffirm
Jewish Groups Assail Poverty Fund Reductions
SEW YORK (JTA) -Spokesmen
I Jewish organisations aaaa
us- this week for failing to
ide adequate funds for thi
mestic ar on pot art) A bill to
I the anti-povert) program baa
II in hung up in Congress in a
t.-ht over efforts bf some n
to aharpl) trim such funds for
i ui it-nt fiscal year
criticising were made b) t!"'
ional Community Relations \>i
* sory Council Rabbi Irwin M
hairman of the romm
-in,- ,,ini peace "i th. Ri:
Central Conference "f American
i; and Rabbi Man H I anen
baum, director f Interreligious \t
i.ois oi the American J< ish ( om
miitee, who is also president ol the
National Interreligious Foundation
Communit) Organization The
roup is .ui activist one wjiosi
members work and I > v In slums
and ghettoea of A ei < an cities
The NCRAC. speaking in be
half of its nina national Jewish
o .-janiiational affiliates and 81
Jewish community councils, de-
clared that President Johnson's
request for funds for the anti-
poveriy program wn "modest to
begin with" and that efforts to
cut the proposed funding "must
be quickly repelled if the war on
poverty is not to be turned into
a war against the poor."
The statement also warned that
Congressmen "crying havoc" about
tropolitan rioting h no* con
tribute "to the scuttling" of the
program "will have to bear a ma
-hai.' ol responsibility" if more
.In s occur.
Rabbi Blank declared, "In their
unwillingness to throw the toll
weigh! ol national treasure and
personnel into the Mar against pov-
ert) Preaidenl Johnson ami ( on
gresa .hi- failing in their moral re
nsibilit) lo the educational!)
and economical!) deprived
He said Ihe) must i>. held re-
to 'ti. des
Deration ol our poor and th< blight
which infects .'in cities' and I tat
"historj would judge them hai -'
Continued on Page 13-A
M ster Le\
us thi
; ess in Pi Mr
i d hat
Six I'..> \\ ar ..it June Isi
- and a' .i
ments tain d .ii :rom Jl billii i
$1.2 billion Nov.. however, Soviet
Russ a is rpli the Ai ab ar-
sens I he sa
smirching Israel's ..
i planning new
ess on, the sami llega
tions thai prompte I Sasser : i
gin his a i last June n hi( h
pluni' i h intoar,
with th. loss ol thousands of livi -
Mr Eshkol said he gave little
11 edulence to Irab pi I nsions >l
moderation," which, he asserted,
are designed to make Isr.iH give
up her -ti ategic ad> a
supposition that the A.rabs will ac-
quiesce tn international nil
and cease thdr i
. ;ui onl> di ceh e th.
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No Bail For Israelis
Accused as'Agents'
MUNICH (JTAi-Bail was Still
refused this week for two Israelis
i. nsted here on suspicion of at
tempted housebreakmg and contra
vent ion of West German passport
regulations.
The men. Baruch Shur. 39. of Tel
Aviv and Daniel Gordon. 38. of
Haila. were picked up by police for
allegedly trying to enter the apart
nient of Mrs. Henrich Mueller, wife
of a top Gestapo chief who disap-
peared in 1945.
Police said Shur and Gordon
were suspected of beum 'Israeli
its'' Their attorney. Rolf Bossi.
said that both had lost relatives in
Nazi extermination camps and
were trying to track down Mueller,
but were acting on their own initia-
tive and had no connection with
.my organization
Mr Boss] said that he would file
, i.mplain: the rejeel
by the Bavarian state pn
ffice of 15.000 n arl l i I
ed in bail r his elu n !'
i that Nazi war crimii als are
ased on I la] irently nol
Israelis
Mueller i the superior \
Eichmann in t1
rchy lie has beei rep
ut no conclusivi
fact has ever been found
Germans or b} lews hunl x
ar criminal
Paid-Up Members feted At
Night of fashions and Art
Shores Division, Nati
cil of Jewish Women, will feU
aid-up members and .'!1
i vening of I and rt at
Gallerie 99. 168 NE 4th St. on
Saturday a" 9 | in
Members will .servo as mode's
nd Steve Fortga will
supply the mi
Mrs Kennc" Mr-
S. L David, hi '
ihairmen.
RUSSIANS RESTORE
TALINN SYNAGOGUE
M.w YORK IJTA)World
public opinion, outraged at
(he confiscation two years
ago of the only synagogue in
Talinn. capital of Estonia,
has forced Soviet authorities
there to restore to the Jews
of that city a place where
the> can worship, it .,v
learned here this week. The
site, however, is a small,
wooden hut on the outskirts
of Talinn. which still has a
.Jewish population of 4.500.
Stern Emphasizes
Housing Code Need
Bi i Back to Life'
says Jerry Stern, candidate for
Cit) Commissioner in Group 3 as
he' continues his vl i i < "
,-hich culminates in 1 > -
::.;. 's elect
One plank in Stern's platform
calls I r "mon pol an!
pay cou]
u he feels
: rati
\ *' ii resident for 1
years, S
I one bit s i
l'\t
- the
fa certificate ol occu-
' landlor
i to Stern
Hi, mdidate
of Roherfs Drug Store
"a solution to the establish,
men! of a new Citj Hall in the
downtown area" As a Citj Com-
missioner, he also pled.r- to work
to attract "future State Countv
and Federal offices to d
Miami as well a The Fashion
Mar: which." he feels "would at
trad nnual
visit rs the area "
Extinction of Italian
Jewry Is Predicted
KOMI fJTAl Italy's wall
Jewish community, which numbers
oniv 33.000. U danger*! UN
raphic extinction as a result oi a .
declining birth rate, migration and
the effects of Na/i and Fascist per
secution 25 years ago.
This conclusion was drawn from ^
a statistical study by two Italian
Jewish graduate students. Sergio
Delia Pergola and Franco Saba
tello They fo.ind tl;..t there Is I
natural decrease of 47 percent
among Italian Jewry, '"
an annual increase of 8T percent
for the Italian population a- a
whole The avi the Je
ish population is 41 years r
pared to an avera !e of 34 y<
for the general population
During World War II. tl Fa
,,.. ie N'azis de

v lew '
Jew

igral '
The decrease in b Jewish
population is ts-xc..>!lv not.ee-
abla in ima'l and medium size
common *ies from which there
has be'n a steady mioration to
larc^r eitiOS. The tomest Jewish
eent-rs in Ita'y are Rome with
13 OCO Jews and Milan which has
8,500.
: that 3 nercent
.f Daly's .' 'a

nd 40 pel I r<
ploj Fifty-se\i I all
. employed ;. vs are in
n e, Ifl pi rt. nt bi
sionals nd I
and technicians
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Poa.. 3-
HONOREES AT MANUEL DINNER
Sirkins To Receive Israel Award
Mr. and Mrs slilton Sirkin,
!ri^umc leaders in the civic, re
11mom am* philanthropic eadoamvw
o' ihc community, have been nam
v,i recipients of the Israel Freedom
\ward, it was announced this week
bv D*. Irving Ix-hrman, spiritual
leade. of Temple Emanu-El.
Mr. and Mrs. Sirkin will be
honored at the Temple Emanu-El
Israel Dinner of State. Sunday
.sonins, Dec. 3. to take place in
the new Temple Ballroom
in announcmu the dinner anil
the award. Dr l.ehrman said
Miriam and Milton Sirkin have
given unselfishly of their time,
energy and means to every worthy
CMUNV As lounders and leaders of
Temple Emanu El. they have been
.i strength and Inspiration to the
congregation, the community and
Israel through the years."
Dr. Lehrman Mid Mr. and Mrs.
Sirkin will be honored with the
Israal Freedom Award in rec-
ognition of their many years of
service on behalf of the State
of Israel.
Milton and Miriam Sirkin havi
n in the ranks of the BOW
munity's leadership since moving
i v ami in IMS from Jamaii I
i ng bland Bach hai been active
in .i wide spectrum of dvic and
philanthropic endeavors as well
,- i bahall o4 Temple Emanu-El
Mrs Sirkin has held high office
m liadassab, of which the was the
youngest president in the country.
Hebrew University, the Council of
Jewish Women and OKT She was
the first and only woman president
of the Greater Miami VMIIA She
was the first woman president of
the eleven-state Southern Region
ol the National Jewish Welfare
Board.
Mrs. Sirkin, currently president
ol the Miami Reach Chapter of
Technion, also Rrved on the Board
i| M1 Slnal Auxiliary 'he i nited
r i. the Women- Division of the
i ount) Safety I ouncil and
Ihe executive committee oi the
MK. AND MfS. MltTON SIRKIN
Miami Beach Symphony Orchestra
Mrs Sii kin i- chairman of the
Miami Beach Auditorium and Con
vention Advisory Hoard She is a
past chairman of the Women's
Division of the CJA and a past
president of the Federation ot Jew
i-h Women's Organizations
Milton Sirkin, a member of
the Board of Temple Emanu-El,
is on the Board of the Jewish
Federation and is chairman of
the Red Cross. He is on the ex-
ecutive board of the Miami Beach
Chamber of Commerce and of
Commerce end of the Better
the Better Business Bureau. He
also serves on the Board of Di-
rectors of the Miami Beach First
National Bank.
He is past president of the Civic
League of Miami Beach, the Presi
dent's Council and the Lincoln Road
Owners Association. He is currently
president of the Miami Beach
Kiwanis.
Mr and Mrs Jack Katzman are
serving as chairman ol the com
mittee of hosts and are plannit
n for 'lie committee at
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Who guides
the Guides?
Or pcrhapt it would be fairer to .i^k.'W ; it C'uidcs the
Guides?" No matter.There i^ a spirit abroad now in Israel that
goes beyond maps and N>ok and the words ->t guides. It is the
-pint ol .i land where the places that have made the Holy Land
holy have bci-n brought together, One an find these pla es on <
map. In disparate tourist guides. In legends And in the Holy
& ripturcs ol .ill the religions that call this land sa< red The Tomb
.'t Rachel, the i hurch ol the Holy Sepulchre, the golJ-domed
Mosque of Omar. Bethlehem. Mount Scopus Hie Valley ol Kid
run The Damascus Gate The Wailing Wall and the entin Old
( u\ ol Jerusalem
These are no longer the scattered and inaccessible go.il
pilgnniN ,iiid tourists. An Israeli guide ian take you to them and
make them live once more.
And .in Israeli airline an take >ou t>' this land. I's Foi w
live there And no one tiies there as often as v\e do Eithet direi tl \
Irom New York, we've got the only nonstopflif
to K-l Aviv,or Irom 11 European cities In tact, no
one knows our home as well as we Jo Let
travel agent be yout guide. He knows .ill about us
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Friday, Noverr.:
"Jewish Floridian
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Telephone FR 3-4S05
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'A JOB L. CHERNOl Wing Ed
The Jewish Horidl.n h .bwtxd M* '*' ^
th. J.w.h Wet* < e Jew'sh 7"'gr"h't,
Aney. Seven '< Syrtwate. ^*N'
Serv.ce. Nafon.. Editar.al An America* A... o
Ens***"*""** -.e-.paper.. and th. Fior.da Pre.a Aim
SLBSCRiPT|ON RATES
Local Area
One Year 15 00 Three Yean f2 00
Out ot iv*n upon hiequett
Th Jewian Ficnan" aoea not guarantee the Kaahruth
of the merchandise advertised in itt columni.
} bHakaava Prtdsn too tax? by n> Jewtel
ml. Florida
at IMM.E s.\h 9 Ma
November 17. 1967
[4 HESHVAN
. in 40 Nui
Bond Drive Is Vital To
Economic Recovery
ty is
:nce rcjau
'
\
. :.- : : | I I I rl rl :
mi Israe. be-
rhly successiui High
. aay appeals in synagogues
. 3hout the area, is now ap-
proaching its most intensive phase
with all segments ot the community
: zrticipating in a series cl events
ever the next lew weeks wnich pro-
mises to mobilize record sums in
bond purchases.
Israel's tormer Foreign Minister,
Mrs. Golda Meir, is here in Miami
this week to help spark the effort tor
Israel's economic aid. Last June,
Mrs. Meir also visited our commu-
nity when Miamians purchased
more than 55,000,000 in that month
clone.
Since the end of the Six-Day War.
it has become increasingly clear
that large-scale financial aid to
ter Israel's economy will be a
vital factor in that country's struggle
to achieve a lasting peace settlement.
The process of restoring normal economic
:.:e in Israel's postwar period has been slow
and coetly. It has been complicated by the
fact that a highly expanded industrial develop-
ment program is needed tc bring the economy
cut of the slump with which it was struggling
prior to the outbreak of hostilities.
The situation mak^s it imperative tor the
Israel Bond campaign to mobilize record sums
the coming months to provide more ;obs in
an effort to restore the war-disrupted economy
to a condition of normalcy and, at the same
tune, tc resume agricultural and industrial de-
velopment vital to growth in the years ahead.
Israel must rely heavily en the sale ot Is-
. bends to finance the development pro-
rrp which will enable her to achieve these
The Jewish community cl Greater Miami,
which nas an outsianaing recora in Do.-;a pur-
.- the past, will continue to meet more
- .snare oi this obligation.
ed fire on lsraen units in attempts to supply
cover for terrorists. This represents a gTave de-
velopment in the border situation in view ot |
the fact that the Amman Government had nere-
tofore given only moral and verbal support to i
ant:-lsrael terror.
In the light of these disclosures. Huss
drive to convince the world oi rus ajiegea ae-
sire far peace should be taken tor what it
really is a thinly disguised afempl to cover
up terrorist activity that can only leac
newal cf war.
King Hussein's Real Mission
Bit of Joraan s King Hussein to this
I has giver, rise tc speculation on wheth-
Arab monarch was continuing to pre-
sent a "moderate" image on the Middle I
. or whether he haa hardened his line
on a signal from Egypt.
When Hussein suggested at a meeting of
National Press Club that the Arab posi'. n
was softening" he proceeded to threaten Is-
rael with a struggle that could continue until
either the Arab world was subjugated or until
ids might eventually destroy Israel."
While the Jordanian King has. from time
to time, tried to assume the posture of a moder-
ate, the truth is that his Government's policies
have been just as detrimental to Middle Last
peace as those of th<* other Arab rulers.
Even while Hussein was visiting world
capitals in an effort to win friends for the Arab
cause, an Israeli note to the Security Council
crew attention to the active support and en-
couragement Jordan is extending to armed
marauders operating in Israel from bases on
Jordanian territory.
The note listed a number of incidents in
which regular Jordanian military forces open-
Bureau Honors Schwartzman
This Sunday, the Bureau
tion marks its 26th year oi service to I
er Miami Jewish
ner.
Chosen as guest of honor at
Louis Schw tor ol
Bureau who has guided tho v.
tor the past ib .
honoring M
is r- ndenn
work in an area that
handling of thi
front an agency sen
Jewry.
Under Ml
edu w rk of
scope with :.-. .
schools.
The
includes me trc
the spc
S nool. the supervision and i
ad:
school? the promotioi
ana Ui i hoc! cull ira
library and I er related activities.
In the complex .. .,_
many problems remain that ch
Bureau an |
of its o-; iit.
V/e are
Jewish c ,-:d go ir
' nth in meeting these chaile: ;.
iutuie.
MPH ALSDP

AIS0P
Micrometry Of Doom
V, \- \ I I
- retary
McN man's
the So
quisitel) entitle Pen-
System aliai
I OBS
: irith. the n
>nish
ted 'in i
. ,i- standard or one
lay the h:iihl> devi
practice of doublethink' that pre
vaili in tbis Miuntrv todav Here
at least halfway toward breaking
their promise to put no bombs in
-liter space.
But was there the kind of chor
us of outrage about wicked people
stepping up the arms race that
greeted the announcement oi
America's "thin" deploy merit of
antiballistic ntSsUSmt! Why '.
course not' And was the miracle
of detective intelligence behind
the McNamara announcement
greeted with a chorus of praise to
balance the constant attacks on
our intelligence services" Wh>. of
course not'
H* FOBS Story
TfxtM who ask such silly ques-
tions probably ought to go stand
in a corner, in fact .Meanwhile
the real story of FOBS, which
hardly came through in Mc-
Namara I characteristic grand-
stvle presentation. i< also im
mi !is<-i> inten d Instruc

'I'-.- thii ;- simplj an
I* BM ..; ji
ellite which i- built to hurl a
from
i round
the |
f will tx
I '
in full orl t I t been I
t of that
I
v li have the

much more i and lesi
nl kin ; >l -.,-. Ihti |i BM
Foi FOBS .-head
FOBS i n
issile
1 L'nil tea It will
i" attach rtrai
plane*
other
llj an anticity
Pen ias not d out by
,h< :' tary, but it ex-
why
',Jl1 '.o the extra
: and kdi ., ., a (bej a!
> ha\- trerj |ood l< Bsfs?
Hire, the answer is curious in-
deed The Soviets evidently ex
petted Ihe Untied State* [0 toaUll
a full antiballlsi
ad of t'lC :
"th n" lystero thai -
*hicn v*il .
ft n
er protect on I
lunac)
linmuiir In Drlrdimi
The proof of this. Sevii
taUoa li The oni> .
tages of TUBS dertxe li
low orbit Thia BWltes f<
tnune to detection on tafce-ofl
the eststiag Soviet and Asm
long range radar systems ...
also makes FOBS immune to
terception by ABals-of the S
type.
It is not immune to interc-
b> the 'spnnt" element ..;
American ABM. but this
only happen very eioae to h
More important. FOBS will r
immune to detection at tax.
or very soon after takeoff b;.
new American "over-tbe hociu
radar sy.stcm
This new system it alrea.!
ing installed to ftuppiement tf.c
existing BMEWS radars In a
months, when installation ol
over the horuoo" radars
compieted. FOBS wilt. Iber---
lose its main advantage the
;hortnes> of warning of a)
Hence. FOBS is not a disturb-
ing development, axexpt in the
ease that it strongly undt .
the Soviet determination to .
forward with the arms>*,
t'nited States it denon: -
Icing determined not to p|
ran hut. it there is one 1
always the greatest daiia>
- leads in turn, to tl
aued by FOBS t
OCerni the peculiar n ki.
n practiced in :n>
Namara Pentafon to meas
i quac] ol dcterrenn
DficiTfnl Effffl
The point ii that h '
ei as good *- yoo '
A :. in truth
. m. other si.,. :
U letei rent will rk I
other ~.dc miscalcuttti
I : grading the eV '
I or b> overesUn
Itri their iliii m
th- deterrent
In the McNanuia IV
he sun- forecasts .,! ft
oils M W-lopiliellt have I
Id..
I D the McNamara i
aiove all. U S plgBBrni
on ihe ever present |-
t.'lat the Soviets will racei
lorecasti
V.t this strange FOBS
111 again, a reallj
fact Ihe Soviets do DO)
defense planning. m<
ons i.kr their ABM
kind of defense ana
Samara does So a pot)
vnt miscalculation must
be guarded against
.-.,.> pki ..-. iatt Th.
iM.lrl.ul.d I -
Tumrm M>u4ica

Friday, November 17, 1967
fjfeftfjft Thrill kr
Page SA
Dr. Lehrman Given CJ.F.W.F. Award
Dr. Irving Lehrman. spiritual
leader of Temple Kmanu El, Miami
Beach, and president of tljp Greater
11 KabBtnicai Association, is
one ol seven rabbis In various parts
ct the country who have been hon-
01 ed b\ community organizations
With vp:'i-:al rabbinical awards en-
titling them to attend the 36th Gen-
eiai Aasembl) oJ toe Council of
Jewish Kederations and Welfare
Funds meeting this weok in Cleve-
land.
I>r Lehrman is representing the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
ai the five-day conclave
D*. IKVING IFMf MAN
Adult Classes at Beth Tov
Rabbi Simon April will conduct
adult education classes at Temple
Beth Tov with sessions slated to
begin on Tuesday. Nov 28. at 8
p.m.


This is Maurice Ferre, taxpayer, Miamien,
homeowner, parent. City Commissioner.
What's
Ferre
for?
He's for you.
He's for you AS A TAXPAYER. He's for
your getting the goods, services, protection
you pay for. He's for you AS A MIAMIAN. He's
for a new convention center to draw medium-
size conventions to Miami proper. He's for
you AS A HOMEOWNER. He's for reducing and
eliminating those duplicate taxes and redundant
services. He's for you AS A PARENT.
He's for realistic pay scales, greater respect
for teachers and policemen. He's for you
AS A SENIOR CITIZEN. He's for programs
that utilize a lifetime's skills.
HELP FERRE SERVE YOU i
PULL LEVER 13-A
FERRE FOR CITY COMMISSIONER
FOR YOUR RIDE TO THE POLLS
CALL 373-5313, ELECTION DAY
Paid for by Citizens For Ferre.
'The Zohar' to be Topic
The Miami Beach (hapter f
Bnei Zion has slated a cultural
meeting (or k p.m on Wednesday
at Washington Federal. 1234 V.
ington Ave Topic will be 'The
i (,( 1.11 .n Jewish Book."
. Mrs Kate Bell serving .<-
leader of the discussion.
SHtHWIN SrAUBfR
Religious Zionists'
Reorganization Set
Plans for the reorganization of
the Greater Miami chapters of the
Religious Zionists of America were
announced this week by Rabbi Ti
bor Stern, spiritual leader of the
Jacob C. Cohen Community Syna- '
gogue and chairman of the South-
east Region of the R.Z.A.
Shei win Stauber. a practicing at-
torne\ who had formerU served as "
spirit..al leader of the Young I>rael
of Greater Miami, has been named
acting president of the Greater:.
Miami R.Z.A
Hyman Kolko. former national:
vice president of the R Z.A.. was
named chairman of the board and
Rev. Joseph Krants was named
honorary president.
A meeting marking the formal
reorganization of the group is
scheduled for Nov 28 at the Coro-
net Hotel. Rabbi Israel Kreedman. .
national director of the Jerusalem
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f.knist FkridHar
Page 7 A
line ii f I'u:
Anton Scholarship Fund
Started At Hebrew U.
EDWARD COHEN
The Religious Press
The next-to-last page of The
Christian Century, a liberal Pro!- ,
eslant weekly, is brightened each
issue by a sprightly column de-
voted, in the main, to a com- i
mentarv on advertising and news
about churches and the clergy
which strikes the writer as quite
(Hit of keeping with their true
mission or. as the MM may be.
utter nonsense
For instance, at Kankakee. III.,
faculty members and students of
Olivet Na/arenc College held a
liible read-in in an eflort to break
the apeed record lor non stop
i dv< r t cover Bible reading The
I il nut: 711 hOUTt, 44
minutes a- against the previous
ol 78 horn- i ommented
!' n iltimate,' the I "hi 1-u.m Cen
.n Mere's a chal
lenge lor olh !i seeking lo ele
rate ihe nation's -pi: n
:,l In In' 1' '--il.I' lop nil
those 44 iiiuivit -
in a recant Issue, in keeping
with Um tciUMnical spirit ol the
day, the column reported on some
of the more painful items .iis
covered by reading synagogue
bulletins isent in l>\ a discrim-
inating rabbi, no less) .md n re
nnndtd me that over Lba years
.,- .. professional readai ol those
bulletins 1 base collected mj
share ol Ihesc pieces
Theaotnewnat distorted vieu of
i 01 the
\. : can -
in .1.1 sh.iiii sl belief,
not 'i-i Ihe Refoi m is mel hi
on bj one i past

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ny oi ,i I : i; it to
mm ial costs
' th<
what those costs might
be i:>,iiis one ad I el nv n akc
ilu- candle lighting ceremony ol
your son's Bai Mitzvab original,
clever and memorable. The entire
ceremony written In novel, poetic
form Model ate fee
And. the Inevitable stories
which follow tin- original, clever,
memorable lend interminable)
candle lighting Headline Re
ception Guests Lisl Over 400, in!
lowed bj tin- opening sentence,
A 65 lool buff el table marked
the l!.ii Mitzvab reception last
Sunday honoring And the
fellow wlm sent me the clipping
informed me that if there WOW
loo at the synagogue lor the serv-
leas on Saturday morning then-
were a lot
Hi this, which began, Mrs
- in a stunning floor-length,
white Htin shift, with a jacket
encrusted with gold and silver,
stood bentde her husband and Min
greeting then fi lends at the Coun-
try Club in honor of Stephen's
Har Mit/vah lhe seven tiered
cake was magnificent, all blue
and white Heal Jewish colon,
right?
Well, the secular press i- after
all not presumed to be as vigilant
guardians of religious taste as
the synagogues One of which an
nounced thai a "Reception and
Cocktail Part) ioi V'w Members
would precede the Sabbath Eve
services, and another, involved In
a regional conference, pro\ l<
the program note that "the Hai
dalah Ser\i<-e will be held follow
cocktails." Of course, we Jews
have never been prohibitionist in
outlook, so the announcement of
the Men's Club Seagram's Night"
occasioned no surprise.
What may be surprising is the
lack of raids on synagogues in
some parts of the country line
Long Island bulletin last year re-
ported: Now that the World Se
ries has become historj for this
year, the Mens club comptome-
ters have been grinding out tabu
lations to determine winners of
the Baseball Pool Lucky ticket
holder- -hould be getting '.Mint
oi th "i- prizes cashi shoi
Further West like a I
congregation, (oi in dance the
month!) me I Ihe Men -
c lull was advertised Gents are
mvHi >i 'o ari ange the r own h
dividual games from Faro and
< .i-ii :. i ld Ma .1 Solitaire ami
Stud, Blind or Mi aw Poker I i
Rummy, etc
S lerho-ul studv groups include
one- which have rewards for ex
cellencc such as, Points will now
be given in Ihe bridge group
which his been sanctioned by
the Nalioi al Bridge League, meet
ings Tuesdaj Wednesday, al 10
a in Art Vppreciatioa Fane)
Foods ' 10 4 p in "
ii, course, we, have always
at least lately been noted f"i
eating and meeting There are
many woi lerful examples to ba
cites), but our favorite remains
Ihe pron oi ion foi .1 "('hanukah
style rhincse Dinnei to be served
bj the il 1 lied
latki
Ml of the abovi
it can oui
. I
i ill Ho-h H
or Rosh lla-li.n.i This will be
foil th
>u tkot and then Simchat,
I Simhal I'oi ah i In
i ,: nners could be hanukah
style, oi llanukkah, Chanuko, etc
and the Jewish year will end
with Shavuos, Shavuot, Shevuoth
or what have you And, if that
isn t tough enough foi a stranger
to figure out, we give you the
bulletin which announced that
"Family services will be held .it
2 p in on both R II and Y K
The establishment of a Joseph I.
and Tnelnia Anton Scholarship
1 Fond to assi-t medical students at
; the Hebrew University in Jerusa-
lem through a gift from Dr. and
Mrs Joseph I Anton of Miami.
' was announced by Dr Jack Simon
, Kff. South Florida president of the
Medical Division of the American
! Friends of the Hebrew University,
In announcing the gift. Dr. Fff
DOted thai Dr, Albeit B, Sabin. na-
tional preaidenl of the medical di-
vision of the American Friends,
had made known that the need for
scholarship assistance at the medi-
cal center was gravely increased
because of post-war problems. Stu-
dents who had been studying
abroad rushed home 10 participate
in the war and now desire to con-
tinue their studies m Israel The
university is making available
some go extra places for returned
soldiers necessitating greatly in-
creased loan and scholarship ,i-
sistaace
In addition to the Anton gift.
Mrs Jai tendorl ol i oi a
Gables has esl iblishi 'l the Janet
and Flora Bui
hip Fund in memory ol
Di l...... I lemsfui ter *v oil i ir
the b medical student
The Anton and Lichtendorf
scholarships wera announced at
a recent medical division gather
ir*j in the home of Dr and Mrs.
wani im
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Hebrew University medical cen-
ter.
Dr. Joseph Harris, president of
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A Hollywood-North Miami Beach
branch oi the group met last week
in the home ol ir and Mrs Myron
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participating in the program
DR. AND MRS. JOSIPH ANJ0N
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Beth Torah Men
Beth Torah Men's Club is spon
soring a square dance on Saturdaj
it in the temple social hall
rickets may be purchased at the
iffice from Bob B tumohl The al
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Men n of the
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Te<*liiiion Chapter
Honors Educators
The American Technion Society
South Dade Chapter Women's Di-
vision will hold a meeting and re-
ception on Tuesdaj al 10:30 a.m ,
at Temple Judea
The occasion will be used to
honor the president oi the l niver-
- it y ol Miami. Dr Henry King
Stanford and Mrs Stanford, as well
as I M faculty women and faculty
wives Chairman ol the daj !l be
Mi Lee l lai ris
Di Stanford will also spei i
Israel \- l See n Todaj and
Dr ll Franklin Williams, Dei n of
Ihe I'niM e. will di
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Mrs Ii Franklin W
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Ihe progra
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Clifford Perlman, rongratulated by Leon Kaplan.
M andI Norton S. Pallot on assuming chcnrmanship ol
YM-YWHA oi Greater Miami Development rund. Mr.
Kaplan, president ol the Greater Miami ^ l^ijn.
the Combing Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency rund. is
vice president of the YM-YWHA.
Items Of Interest
- -----------CUud. PPP-r has been name! the recipient of the
tatCctaMTlSLl M = .l l hn o. or Ik. N>n~a' l">P"ed
Mail Service.
M.yor J.y 0*rm*r of Miami Beach has been named to the com
mc7on Greater I.ban Problems oi the Florid. I cauue of Mu
palities Abraham A. Grwnhut. vice president tad branch manager
of Washington Federal Savin* and Loan AttOelaUon. has been.ap-
pointed to the Mian,, Beach Mayers Safety Committee E< **
has been appointed acting general manager of the Miami Dade County
Chamber of Commerce, it was announced by Lawrence B Sheffcy. vice
president of Southern Hell lei. phone Company, and ( hamber president.
Arthur H. Ceurshon. chairman of the hoard o! Washington Federal
Savings and Loan Association of Miami Baach bai b an installed as
vice president of the National League of In ringl Associations
Mn. Sydney L. Weintraub, prasidenl of the Florida Society for
Crippled Children and Adults, is chairing a session at the convention
in Los An'jeles this week of the National Society lor (rippled Children
The late Charles F. Kettering. inventor of electric auto Ignition
will be honored Friday as the recipient of this year s Outstanding Miami
Beach Citizen Award sponsored by Miami Beach First National Bank
Charles -Chuck" Goldberg, managing director and owner of the
Sorrento Hotel. Miami Beach, has announced the recent appointment of
Jack Meodes at resident manager of the hotel Lawrence Kaplan,
CLL'. of Miami, recently marked his tenth anniversary with the Home
Life insurance Company Philip W. Marcus of Miami Beach his
been named vice president of Frederick Arthur and Associates, building
consultants.
Or. Herbert *lcian has been appointed a child psychiatrist for the
Children's Psychiatric Center of Dade County L Stanley Beremon
ha* been elected president an.t general manager <( Miami Jai-AUi
Fronton Or. Jack Stiiim*n was recentlj presented by Miami Began
Mayor Jav Dermer .:tl> an award on behalf of the Southeast Florida
Pfcj
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Friday, November 17, IT",7
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Page 9-A.
Miami Jewry To Fete Schwartzman At
Bureau Of Jewish Education Dinner
Leaders of the Greater Miami
Jewish community will join Sun
day evening in a tribute to Loula
Schwartzman. executive director of
the Bureau of Jewish Education,
who will be the guest of honor at
the 28th annual dinner of the Bu-
reau at the Diplomat Hotel
Mr. Schwartzman will be cited
for his 18 years of service to Miami
Jewry. Dr. Irving Lehrman. presi
dent of the Greater Miami Rabbini-
cal Association will deliver the
tribute to Mr Schwartzman.
The event will also mark the in
stallation of the officers of the Bu-
reau bv Leon Kaplan, president of
the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion.
Officers to be installed at the
dinner include: Albert B. Ossip.
president; Leonard Zilbert. Al
Sherman. Mendell M Selig and
Melvyn B Frumkes. vice pre-,
dents: Jack Katzman. secretary;
Owar Member, treasurer; and Jo-
seph Cohen, honorary preside*it.
Others on the program for the
event include: Rabbi Sol Landhu of
Beth David Congregation; Hanoi
Morton Malavaky of Temple Beth
Shalom, Hollywood; and "B ahbi
Daniel Franzel of Temple Beth
Sholom. Miami Beach.
The proceeds of the dinner will
go to the Bureau's central liihrew
High School and College "f Jewish
Studies. Mr. Zilbert is chain I an of
the event and cochairmen arc Mrs.
.Kick Katzman and Joseph Cchcn.
Eban Backed Fourteen Persons Contest For Three Commission Seats
By Cabinet
Topic is Trial of Socraf/es
"The Trial of Socrates" vi ill be
i the topic of the lecture Ijy Dr.
1 Abraham Wolfson before tli.e Spi-
noza Forum for adult Education
Thursday. 10 a.m. in the auditorium
of the Washington Federal, 1234
\Va-hington Ave.
Continued from Page 1-A
ment made by the Foreign Mm
ister to the effect that Israel will
not cooperate with the IN s spe-
cial representative, if he is given
instructions contrary to Israel's
principles of freedom of action in
any forthcoming negotiations.
"The Cabinet further reiterates
Ihe guidelines according to which
the Foreign Minister acts during
his political contacts. These guide
lines are based on the precept that
Israel sees only one way for the
solution of the problems in the re
i gion through direct negotiations
with her neighbors, leading toward
the conclusion of peace treaties
i This is the only way in which it is
! possible to settle the disputed is
j sues, and it is in accord Wth this
i principle that Israel determine! iU
I attitude toward IN resolutions."
The mayoralty and two oilier
vacancies on the Miami City Com-
mission will be contested by 14
candidates in Tuesday's primary
election.
A deciding runoff election will I
be held a week later on Nov. 28.
According to the Miami city
charter, the Mayor is required to
run every two years with two of
Ihe city commissioners whose stag-
gered four-year terms are due to
end.
Candidates for the mayor's seal
arc: Stephen P. Clark, the incu.ii
bent, who became Mayor after Ihe
death last August of Mayor Robert
Leaders to be Installed
The Miami Beach Chapter.
Mi/rachi Women's Organization of
America, will have a noon in-
stallation luncheon on Sunday.
Nov 26, at the Royal Hungarian
Restaurant. Mrs Rachel Katz is
president.
King High; John F Leach. 0 D.
"Jack" Henderson, Carlos G. De
Torres and Jon Carlton
Candidates for Group 2 on the
I Commission are: Mrs. Athalie
Range, the incumbent; Gerald M.
Itotl.bard and Harvey H. Baker.
ifroup 3 candidates arc: Maurice
Kerre, the incumbent; Hendrik J.
sterns, Jerome Stern, Dominic Koo,
Gilberto Hernandez and Albert J.
Carpel.
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book reviews al the Surfsidc Community Center.
The Beev Rive-*, Chateau and Sahara resort motels are currently
being refurnished and redesigned in preparation for the winter and
tpnng aeason.s Miami Chapter 75 of the American Society Women
Accountants will be hoflt to four of the organization s Honda, chapteis
on All .Florida Day Saturday.
Last month Northeast Airlines had a 55 percent increase in pas
senger traffic for the busiest October in its Florida history. E. H.
Bishop, southern region vice president, reported this week The
first annual installation dinner of the University f Miami Sport* Hall of
Fame will be held Wednesday evening. Nov 30 at the Miami Sprints
Villas Playhouse.
Pawl Marks, bead of Miami contracting firm, has been elected
fourth vice president of the First Marine Division Association The
Miami Beach Associated Hotels Dcauvillo. Sherry Frontenac. Casa-
blanca. Crown. Vei.sailles and Saxony will present for their guests a
star-studded lineup of performers from Dec. 26 through April 17 at
the Cavalcade Theatre in the Deauvillc.
National Airlines and Airlift International have made the first
agreement in airline histors for the joint use of two Boeing 727 quick
change jet aircraft for passengers hy day and for car^o by night, it
was announced by 1. B Maytag, president of National and James R
Franklin, president of Airlift A colorful new map of Coral Gables
with a complete street index and listing points of interest, is now avail
able free of charge at Coral Gables City Hall or Chamber of Commerce
. The Republican Party has installed a Party Line' phone number
373 4849. for messages on public activities Dec. 12 is the deadline
for entry in the sixth annual Junior Oranoe Bowl Tennis Championships
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Pnqe ID-A
hni Fnaay, Nov- 17, 1967
Gen, Peled Of Israel Defense Forces,
Opens Israeli Stamp Exhibit at Y Here
With scores of spectators rant
ing in age from tiny tots to senior
citizens, General Mautyahu I'eled
of the Israeli Defense Forces, offi-
cial^ opened the Israeli Stamp Ex-
hibit at the ym-ywha o: Greater
Miami, this week
Among those assisting Gen. Pe-
led with the tape cutting ceremo
nies were Paul Faske. president of
the "Y." Leon Kaplan, president of
the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion; and Cliiford l'eilman. chair-
man oi the ymha development
fund
The general brought words of
greeting from the youth of Israel
to the teenagers of the ymha who
Historian's Topic
Is Mexican Jews
A little known chapter of Jewish
history will be related to the Green
field Adult Institute of Temple It
rae! of Greater Miami on Sunday,
when Prof Seymour Liebman
,k- on t"h '' w "i Mex
at in a in
Historian, author and teacher
i i| i.i. i.m.m is 'i- lei d the
leading wi ' latin A" lewrj ami hi
, b iv "The Enlightened 'leal
ing with that subject. is being re
i ,'inl
Prol I iebman hi ed to
r a number <>t yi
spent ill Mexico "' aching at the
I'niversit) of the Americas and
doing extensive research mi the
Jewa hi that area since 1500 He
i- now on the facult) ol the I m
t) ol Miami.
CARIB .MIAMI
MIPACLEl163-St.
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2nd WEEK
frank
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SURF 1 ESSEX
pauL
iNEWMaiM
as cool
HaiMD
LUKE
TECMNrCOIOR
Mere involved in a series of special
workshop sessions entitled Career
Opportunity Day," sponsored joint-
ly by the YMHA and the Jewish
Socution Service.
William Lehman, member of the
Dade County Board of Public In-
struction, was the keynote speaker.
Dade Repre-entative Marshall S.
Harris, president of the Jewish Vo
cational Service, also addressed
the gathering.
The outstanding and colorful dis-
play of Israeli postage stamps, be-
ing shown for the first time in
Miami, is on loan from the Israel
Philatelic Agency of America.
The exhibit will be on display
from Nov. 20 to Nov. 24 at the
Miami Beach First National Bank:
from No\. 27 through Pec 1 at the
Washington Federal Savin.us and
Loan Association's North Miami
bi anch.
The final day of the show. Sun-
day, Dec :<. will be part of -tala
"Artorama" which will feature a
tj ol artistic exhibits al the
YMHA, 8500 su 8th St It is open
; the public
Harvey FMachman, senior
vice president in charge ot
Wometco Theatres, has been
appointed to the exec
ttee of the National
II neatre Owfr

Roval
(Offers
Same
Hungarian
New Decor,
Finr Food
Eighth Graders
Elect Leaders*
1*1 a n Projects
'l hi i mi' of
Temple Beth Am has elected i
iwing rostet president, Jill
ent, Pamela
Kess etary, Roberta Ri -
and treasurer, I>a\ id Ross
Mis. Allan Rutchik is advisor to
the eighth and ninth gra le groups,
which meel Mondays at 7 :io in the
temple
mi \o\ 20th, 20 (hildren Inun
the South Miami Neighborhood
\ th Centei will be guests oi the
temple youth. Ai ol folk
I as been plan-
th groups u ... be mal
up I
the nee
Al Leibert
i
The Royal Hungarian K
731 Washington Ave
on Miami Beach has had a i
ng, and is nou read)
for Its 22nd consec uti\ season
Mr and Mrs Phi own
if- ol the strict!) ko*her establish
ment. have enhanced the decor ot
the premises with imported wall
decorations, new chandeliers and
i ompli l< sj stem of indirect I
ing
Popular foi its catering "i Bar
Ifitzvah celebrations and wed-
dings, the restaurant is almost
completely booked for the winter
season .. I has alreadj opened its
: i .r on listings (<>r the spun,
and summer
\ mg the community
osher foods; th.' l(">
al Hungarian has scheduled its
: ks.:n me
I'a\. 'I'b ii sdaj Not 28, at A p
Tropical Park Offers 51 Racing Days
As It Launches Early Opening Nov. 18
ii ai Park thor-
ough a numbei of
tractions when it
i In the racini season on
urdaj
The So\ 18 st;,ri,.r marks the
earliesl op nine day oi the racing
season following a departure from
the traditional Thanksgiving Day
which was instituted by Tropical
Park last season
SAND-ELL
KOSHER CATERERS
Undtr ftobbimcaf SuperviliM
BAR MIT7VAHS
WEDDINGS PARTIES
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-*4 Haiti Work
SOL WEISS 866-6226
If No Answer Dial 866-5278
The Only Kosher Caterers
not connected with
Restaurant or Delicatessen.
1216 Normandy Dr., MB
The a son will
run a total ol 51 days, the Ion
ndividual season on record
mi w ill present 310 also
i C > i d, and a new high Oi
(262.000 has been set aside tor
handicaps and stakes Total pins,
listribution will be approximate])
11,700.000.
Activities will -et underway with
the traditional Hurricane Handicap
which is expected to draw a ban
ner field of sprinters.
First post for the Tropical Park
races will be at 1:15 p.in Monday
through Saturday with the nates
opening after 11 am
No Pre-War
Conditions
Continued from Pag* 1-A
without having this matter pre
Judged in advance If the SecuriU
Council wishes us to consider the
appointment of a I'.N. representa-
tive.' he said, "our view is that
such a representative could play a
useful role in bringing the parlies
together only if his directives or
frame of reference do not preju
dice our policies or our negotiating
position."
Mr Eban countered the Arab re
fusal to recognixa Israel, saying.
We do not seek Arab recognition
of our nation's right to exist In
general, he said. Israel is not in a
position of juridical defense "
As to the 1!H armistice agree
nients with Keypt and the other
hostile Arab states, he said. Israel
accepted the fact that Egypt had
always interpreted its pact with Is
rael as 'the absence ol peace, mar
itime blockade and a prelude to
ultimate total war He declared
firml) that Israel now will I
i idling to lo" m ith ai tins
, indei the ltwti foi tnula "oi
an) i ilar situation ol i
i ie only
ivai lull, foi
War has
thro times, i trm .'
i i
peaci
I in houi is rip thi on
tried expeliment ol |h i
Berns Promises To
Be Full Time In
City Commission
Newspaper publ.-fer Hendrik
Berns. campaign, l tor the Miami
City Commission in (.roup 3. has
pledged. "If I a.n elected. 1 will be
a full time commi-., r.er. I will
campaign for accelerated urban re-
newal, municipal cooperation with
county, state and fe:oral efforts to
cope with air and watte pollution,
and streamlining it lovernment
operations."
Mr. Berns also esUed for "ex-
pansion and better pay for Miami
l*>lice and fire rT^r>artments based
on national manpower and pay
standards."
(in the eontroxcrsial Poxiadis
plain for downtown redevelopment.
Mr Berns said. "1 support the
concept and mart of the details,
but recess)mend any of several oth-
er site* for the convention hall and
cultural center proposed for Mia r. i
Bay, front Park "
\niong many comSMinttj recog-
: e hSl I ained. \!r Rerns is
recipient Of the Brotherhol
\a ird ri i ',i iatians and Je
i- 1MI the M ami I i'\ Commls-
intlrui and
Ii d catcd inn
' e actions
have b'en fit always in tbc
put i .
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:: Nov ber 17,
* k'nisf HrrMifir
'. .
ir Tamid Institute Of Adult Education
lunches Season With Weekly Classes
I'l v"'~ i.. Uebrau 1 k
n if T< 'lc Nee i im .1 e\ nn hour v. take up ele
Ih U S 'ii ne
n ch r ,. :, ,| ,h ,
hour will be devoted loan intensive
roi rse ii convi national !'
undei the direction of Rabbi Gold-
04 Launehi I on No* S il
I cod this :- u ill
every V ednes la)
l c\ ening
Burst at 7 80 ano" B 30
[\\: l!;iiibi Leon Goldbei Ber as
or, the subject ')f the moi n
u ill be i oi i i-i sational
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'ead a. e.eratVb.rector
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tfatfJE 1-6061
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MIAMI HACH
.1 gei
li Eugene l-abot iti will con
lucl u minars on "Great 11 iais in
Historj
Alto on the institute schedule
will be .i scries of month!) dia-
m Mi Jewish and Christian
religious leaders participating. All
scss ons will be held at ihe temple
and are scheduled to start al 8pjn
Listings and p< raonnel include
"Jews and Christians Look ai
Christmas und Chanukah.*' Dec
13 With Ret Luther fierce and
\ iui Ii Vevois "Shall
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Keb 14
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I hi \ m rj about
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tin- menu, the Rowers,
c\er\ thing I In
right up i" the end
you KOn'l linil Ixiu r
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Friday, November 17,
/OATH ISRAEL '801 anyie A
Orthodox- Rabbi Isaar Evsr
AMAVAf*H A L O -.. CONf.OEOA
TION. 985 SW 67th Awe. Ortholos.
Cantor Morns Barr.
ANSHE EMES 3533 SW 19th *ve.
Conaervative. Cantor Sol Pakowitc.

BETH DAVID. i626 SW 3rd Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau
Cantor William W Lip"r
i-Yki... 5 and 1:15 pm Bui Ulei
Hut- Ink will ..mill, t
nl..| "NetH V lataVS in Ami.
ludaUm A l'. reoi il E' iluatli
ihe United 8j rui
Satui da) 9 in rrow PI r '
l*-s.-n liar MltSV .ill '
drews, *< Nordenberg Mini i 5 p m

BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Av-nue
Orthodox. Rabhi Solome- S"h fl
r*riday B IS p m Satui ~- '
mo Ii% in.- K< vel......'. M
|i m
Bp-ru itqC' ----- --' ., MB
Orthodox. Rabbi Berel Wem.
Krni.il in.mii. i- hi

BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave .
MB Orthodox Rahh. Shmaryaho T.
Swiraky. Cantor Maurice Mamcuet
l-*n '
in..i "Strange Secularism li thi Pul-
pit T.mI:i\

BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave
Modern Traditional Rabh Max
Shapiro. Cantor Ben Oickson
p*rtda* 8:16 p m rueal ......I C
Israel l.utxky of radio atatini VVKVD
in New Tor* Topli "A Tale of T>
it lew Bernard Sedon will host ili-
Ones Shabbal In honor of Mrs M
Sbapiro Saturday 1:85 a.m Sermon
A MOW Birth." 4 4". pm A \.u
Heir "
---- ----
BITH MOSHE CONGREGATION.
13630 W. Dixie Hvy. Conservative
Rabbi David Rosenfeld. Cantor Ben
Zioei Kirechenbsum.
Prtda) a IS pm Sermon I lilted IVi
.i ..I Slaterri.....i III hoal il
Shj ill..11 Baturda) I n P i
Mil. of lh- W't'i'k
--------- O ---------
BETH SOLOMON 50 NW 51st PI.
Conservative Rabbi Samuel G'ass-
man.
---- ----
BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid Ave. Or-
thodox Rabbi Joseph E Rackovsky
------a
BETH TORAH. 164th St. and NE 11th
Avi. Conservative Rabbi Max Lip
schrtz Cantor Jacot Q.nzrr
I i". p in Bar >
,,i > tiers I. dautrhtei of Mi il
ir- Robert a\ mi- Pern, daughti
.lr and Mi- r- i launli
SaiurdJuy B:S0 .i m Bai v Jef
*..ii. n son of Mrs < n -
.mil Arthur l 'ohei Pan
ir md Mm Samuel Punl Thursda)
...\ IS, Bar and Baa Mltsvah ol
n 11 -. 8 i
inter of Mr and Mrs G.....*
... Iman
---- -
B'NA; RAPHAbL '401 -aw 1B3rd St
Conservative. Rabbi Charles M. Ru-
bel. Cantor Jack Lernrr
-. I IS |. in >RT Sabbath Ruesl
iM.,hr. Mr Beverlj 11
, ri Mont, North Mi.iin IVnmei
'h.giier nllT Bai Mltsv I Irew,
.i of Mr and Mi Kennel) Col
---- -
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREOATION
OP MIAMI. 14? Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Dow Rosencwaig
--------
FT LAUDEKOAt e EMANU-EL. 1801
6 Andrews Ava. Reform Rabbi
R.chard M. Leviton. Cai.tor Jerome
K lament.
FT LAUDERDALE TEMPLE BETH
ISRAEL. 547 E. Oakland Park Blvd.
Rabbi Philip Chaiton. Cantor Theo-
dore Mindich
---- ----
MALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER.
12S E. Hallandale Beach Blvd.
---- ----
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2*00 Pinetree
Or. Orthodox Rabbi Alexander S.
Grose.
---- ----
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201
Johnson St. Conaervative. Rabbi
David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah
Meilbran"
---- ----
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
8t. Conaervative. Rabbi Avrom L
Drazin. Canter Nathan Parnass
PYtdajr l:M ami IS pm Bern
liii H.Iikioii B/lthOUl I'm
*M ll'.l.tl I 4. .1 111 S.llli-.l: A Mlta-
. all for Ki eryone
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JACOB C. COHF.N COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1538 Waahington Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H Stern
Canter Meyer Enfel.
Prtday S:M p.m Baturda) 8:30 a m
H%rmom: A Protasi foi the Aim
I III! i Ive "
., ,cf e> ___
KNESETH ISJLAEL 1414 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox > Rabbi David Lehrfieia
Cseitor Abraham Self.
MINVONAIREI SYNAGOGUE. 3737
Bird Rd. Modern Traditional. Cantor
Louis Cease.
---- ----
OriEV SHALOM. 7011 Bomta Or.. MB
Orthodox. .:ftJMh ?'mneae Weoe.
man.
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8EPHARDIC JEW.Si-. CENTER. 6*5
Collins Ave. Rev Cantor Sadi Nah
miae.
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE 18151 NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah E
Caoian.
I'riilny 5 pm Saturday I am s.
inon -The Knd Never Justin.-* the
ksoana, I'oUtkallv. Rellarloual) oi
MoraBy." Mlnclia .'. p m
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TEMPLE AOATH YESHURUN. Con-
servative. 102S NE iF3rd St.. Miami
Gardens Rd. Rabbi Milton Schllnsky.
Cantor Harry Sterling
rrni.'tv x:i6 p m. Bornion: "Ra>flsC"
iniii on Boetaty." Salunluy I M i m
---- ----
TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall
Dr., S Miami. Reform. Rabbi Her-
bert Baumgard Cantor Michael Kyrr ,
lYulay H.JO p.m Sermon "Is the;
.'hi-i Kabbi of Israel KiKlu Shoul.l
.. ., i ...,.
i lh Am ^ u :
. \ >.ililr.l.i
in Mil /. .' Id. I
' ... sii\ erm
I Bin
i. .
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'EWLE BETH Fl OF hOlli
WOOD 1j1 S 'Jth Ave Re'orn
..... .... i j'e
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on the i : \ .-1 ... Hehn
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TEMPLE BETH RAPHAEL 1541
l#e*r*i ftv. ^-n--v*<- Rsl .
David Raab. Canto' Mul H Breeh.
p.m Si ur Youth
j ral II MlUt ill I .Il -I.i
ul.-i Rabl Mrs
I ..i \ i m Si
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T
CANDIEIIGHTING TIME
14 HESHVAN 5:11
H'
TEMPLE BETH SHALOM of Holly-
*vrtn(j !'?, vonro- St Conservative
Rabbi Morton Malavaky Cantor
Ph'hp Lutman
---- ----
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOV 4144 Chaa-
Ave L'beral Habbi Leon Kromsn
Cantor David Corviser
Prida) '' i. in Sermon "CI illenare*
I to a | Pi opli hi me 4 lh<
11 I'nlon ol Kvnt
Hebrew I Baturda)
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TFMPLt BHW Trv 64~e SW 8tn
St Conservative. Rabbi Simon Ac"i
s 1 "ii Ben Ti i.. i

I.i .%! nd Mrs v. "i HaUsei
e
TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 275 NW
199th Street. Conservative. Rabbi
Abraham M Casael
K- >!... "I pm Bertnosi A-^ \\ .
oi Sid Hod S .-u..I i

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TEMPLE NEB TAM D 80th St. and
Tatum Wterw.-v Marr r-s-
tiona! R^bbi Fogene Lanoviti. Can.
tor Edward Klein.
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TEMPLE OR O1 "V a-ervai
ar sw -th St Miami Rabbi
Ralph 2 Gi'Xnian Cantor Benjam r
t>-n An.
a) |i m Bnrai > r n in Bar
Mi and Mrs
Kenneth v.
rlpturu i n Bai Mltsvah
: Ml ..i i Mr.. Mi '
PhOs
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Ave Conservative Rahbi Ralph
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VOL'NG ISRAEL OF GREATFR V-
AM' ""0 NE i"t St Orthodox
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TEMPLE SHOLOM IJJ <;w 11th Ave
Pjmp.-ino Beach Co"iroit vt Rab
i.i Morrlt A Skop Cantor Leon
Segal
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AMI 13' NE 19th St Refo-m Ra'jh,
pm Bern I' ai
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.,.;.. hiarl achool depai imei I
iv ,.i itrrnenl servloi tneme
thai l'!;
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TEMPLE ISRAEL OF M'RAMAR
S500 SW 69th W.iy. Conservative
Rabbi Irwin Cutler.
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TEMPLE JUOEA 5500 Granada Blvd
R-form Rahbi Mirrit Kippe'
r. D m 'UT Sald-atl '
ts vi ill pan ii -
m Bar Mltaval
Mi and Mi u as E
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rtMPIE MENOR't 820 75th St
Cnnse-vat.ve Raobi Mayer Abram
owiti Cantor Nico Feldman
I ,, n. RertntM ii ill satrel ,
II., i Brute' Saturtta) an Hera
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,ul liinj-
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TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH DAOE
Temporary o'fi'e. 1880' NE *2nd
Ave Re'orm Fianbi Ralph Kmosl'v
I- ids) pm ai \s istilnjcton Fester-
,i ...... -i i7rh si Annual "HT -i-
-,,iu la) I' :. 111 Isar W.tzv ,i
K- eth eon .< Ml an.I ktra v..v
EMPLfc TIFERETH JACOB. 861 t
th Ave.. Hialeah. Conservative
"abh. Maurice -m
, iv .ii be f,.i-
i. .. ,., i.-rho.xl Sabbath dinner
Saiurda) I BB
e
remi'lf 7AMORA 4 7amora Ave
Consr'vative Rbbi MawH er
ger Cantor Seymour Hinkes
,. in > i ti. il IdU
i ... Satui i v t .ii- mon
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
Education in the Home
By RABBI MORTON MALAVSKY
Temple Beth Shalom Hollywood #
i ,-i week, wotei indicated that
the) ()! t standards of
educ ition and finer facilities for
their children 11 u gratifyinj to
11 o t thai
have be
come .. little
roeniranl
aiiii < incerned
ir, regardi to
training mold
iik and g liding
..ii >
da) It is es| e
, i.i ile
to realii that
where precept
ma> I
ie pan i I
ample i the
i .1
tokki Maleviky ,n influencing
our childrrn.
VMien I roler to being influential
in th* lives >f .'ii.- children, this
goes lor aood or e\il for nuht
or wrong guiding the destinies
o.' a child and th<- privih-ije of
shaping a soul if parents were
the authors of thi- lives of their
children, this, in ltx'lf. would o>tab
lish a deep parental responsibility.
But the parents are more than ju that They live ith their children
during the most Impressionable
years and they serve a> the chid
influence upon their lues Diirinu
the years of plasticity, parents are
instrumental In not only shaping
their children's past, but influent--
in*; thejr present and even their fu-
ture.
Il is so utterly important to
make cij-tjv to parents that their
responsibilattes canrfot be shifted
| irom tb.c ho.aie. tot the school Too
| many penplA \pxt miracles of
.service from the school The meas-
ure of efficiency In the school is in
almost the same proportion to the
efforts and accorsSfsfsshn-.-nts
i'ii. < i of the home. t\ would
w*jrrn\ih:le to usnetirbrr f^.-ii i
school cannot repair the darn..
and deficiencies oi the h<-me in the
training of a child. The home ma)
be ., school, but the school mat
never be the home The parent ,
,lo the work of a teacher, but
teacher can never do the worl
parent II our educational -.-
j state of dilapidation or ,
-it is because the I
has tried to relieve itself of I
tasks resting upon it and to I
den those upon the overweigl
ihoulders Of the teacher Si
and I.one must sraie Sftth I
other. School and home mtltl
tinually cooperate. The home n
DC the preparatory department of
the school and the school i
the outdoor branch of the ho
I ft it. however, be renu.nl
hat the home and not the M
must be the center of the life
I he child.
Hot I wish that all our Israel
and educators would be given an
opportunity to cast their votes lor
an increased tax tnitlage to be Dse I
upon parents, so thai they will
better teachers in the ho im-
mure loving companions in I
home finer example setters n
the home and thereby enable
the child of today to be a better
adult citizen of tomorrow
BBtaaSh.' -' ^'i*
Trui paifr u pr llpBf flea unlri tht Greater Mv
ami RuM>inK-al AiXHiJItim
CardinjI.iT of frjtii'fcl af
prannf hrr* is
DR MAX UPMNRZ
ir-mtual IradVr f fttlh Toran
C. "affSSJ anon of \orth Miesaa
BrecH.

SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Vayera
LIVING HEBREW
seasaeiHd k THI TAIBUTN FOUNDATION FOI T>M AOVANCEMftfT Of
HEBREW CULTURE one the AMERICAN JEWISH PRESS ASSOCIATION
falifar: Dr. Shlease Ke4ek m .'r.,*^. ,
Easy conversations taken lrom everyday lile in IsraelWith typt
colloquialisms and proverh-
Abraham^swlcomee'the three angels into his tent
"As he sat in the tent door in the heat of the day; and he
lifted up his eyes and looked, and. lo. three men stood over agailUl
him" (Gen. 18:l-2>.
VAYERAGod appeared to .Abraham as he sat at the door
of his tent in the heat of the day Lifting up his eyes. Abraham
beheld three men (actually angels in the form of meni. Abraham
ran toward them, took them into his tent, and treated them
hospitably.
One of the angels foretold that in a year Sarah would bear a
son. The other angels went on to Sodom to destroy the city be-
cause of its wickedness only l.ot, Abraham's righteous nephew,
wa- to be saved. God revealed this plan to Abraham, who pleaded
that Sodom be saved for the sake of the righteous persons living
in it But it turned out that Sodom could not be savedthere were
not 10 righteous persons in the whole city. Lot was saved, and
lived in a cave There his two daughters bore him two sons:
Benammi, or Ammon. and Moab.
In fulfillment of the angel's prophecy. Sarah bore a son. who
was named Isaac. When the lad grew up. God tested Abraham's
devotion by bidding him offer Isaac as a sacrifice. Abraham pre-
pared to carry out God's bidding; at the last moment, an angel
intervened, and Isaac was saved Abraham had passed the hardest
trial of all.
sates i-
sfc*ar.. ...

FKc*bc>inicc*f *Jelt
eviston
v.
roarams
NOV. 1*Ch. 7, 10 a.m. Th Still Small Voice).
Topic: Involvement of clergy in government policy
Hot: Rabbi Tibor Stem. Jacob C. Cohen Community
Synagogue. Miami Beach.
Gv*r: Rabbi Alfred Waxman. Temple Zion
NOV. Wtfc 10, 11 a.m. The Jewish Worship Hour.
Most: Rabbi Eugene l.abovitz. Temple Nor Tamid.
NOV. 21-Ch. 2. 9:30-10:30 p.m. Man to Man
Topic: Health and Holiness
Maadorator: Rev. Luther C. Pierce.
Participant*: Rabbi Herbert Baumgard. Temple Beth
Am; Bishop James L. Duncan. Episcopal I)io
cese of South lorida; and Father Roger Radloff
Catholic Family Counseling Center.
THE LADY AT THE
HADRDIkESSER
Hairdresser Shalom. Madaai. I
haven't seen you for a lone i
I thought thai ytHi already haw
ckscrud me (become unfaithful).
Woman: God forbid! Do I look
like that to you?
H. Very good Well, what shall we
do today?
W. Make roc beautiful.
H. There is nothing left to do, it's
ail perfect.
W. Thank you. you have a stock of
cotnpluneala, ready to go .
H. Well, what shall it be' Haircut,
shampoo, hairslyung?
W. All of them As foe the styuhs,
find somethiag thai suits aay
pel sonslil)
H. What do you think of a
style?
W I am
in your hands like "Clay in
hands of the Maker."
nni"iD risifi
H. OK The day is good and
maker isnt bad. let's
work. .
set to
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no pM .1*3 -."TM
Tlli'rJ HsTJJJ
Hh Ji'isTft nsj -91 rt
.. n?o*uj
*ir^p ^ r-t-rr
... tswt p r*HC^=
jvympn Tno tssi
Tngniy/i eatstrw'Bn
nwf jitMmw
vtaTD itfpji ^vp-non?
.'Irl'sT'Bt nH eWsTIT}
ITirOJrWQai
^ aasataas Sa^^aaSl eBb^SaaaaBl 8k SO OjO OaS
^jT^i ^sst.njri ~ r*i
^rvn 3is) Tsjhiin .'Viiy
.... hairtoV W .in it>
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:i8K
;rnai
:-a>o
:M"QJ
:io
:rraa
:1BC
:n3J
jnzi
New VVorsts
perfect Dst^0
haircut rniCCn
euiu (f.) n8"n.i
becesme "fia?
unfaithful
coenpli-
hairdo
bottle
nwarq
r^noit
n.sTtn o*>
tohoeea Mfel'
do you think of
Eaper*
Uko rOoy in the
Maker "
aWsda Of dM


November 17, 1967
*- fu h i*,t Ifrridtmr
Page 13-A
BOOK REVIEW
Hvymour b. tivhmnn
REVIEWS
Rabbi Narot Calls On Reform Jewry
To 'Shun' Authority, Choose Freedom
MICHEL MICHEL
By ROBERT LEWIS


Michel. Michel, a novel by Rob
i Litwii (Simon and Schuster.
- so) recalla we famous Plnalay
-, in poll war Prance and the
I ir i cafe oi the last century
i fluid is place.I in
,>: .i Catholic womai
(,f the Nazi Invasion "f
, i be nispenseful, emotion
^ involving stool >v tale <>(
aUon in trying to have the
returnee' to hi- only iur
relativean a ml In Israel
, h erarchy of the Church be
active participants in foiling
legal effort of the aunt and
,k i> hidden in convent", taken
Ul of Use country and completely
ftdoctriOOted with the idea of en-
'ring the priesthood Jews are por-
I rayed to him as being* damned to
i w-rnal perdition. However, this is
I story of "good guys" and
bad guys." The sincerity <>f mdi-
\iduals, both Catholic and Jewish.
< mphasize the difficult human
problem b to be resolved
Michel is a pawn in the wake
oi the chaotic upheavals of war
and of conflicting sources and
Is of love which are directed
toward him. His Catholic foster
li r dotes on him and feels a
nd responsibility in having
a Catholic of him. a Mother
Snot nor sees herself as having rec
.(I rum as "The One" for
whom the world waits and UHa
every means at the command of
the powerful and widespread links
of the ChWCk to educate him. care
for mm and save him tor Catholi-
cism; his aunt cherishes him as
the only child of her martyred
brother *4 '' to brin* nim "*
*- her own; and. herlegal repre-
ntative la a* famatle^who sees in
Michel the symbol oi injustice.
Annual Membership Tea
Norman Bruce Brown Auxiliary.
liwivh War Veterans, is sponsor-
S its annual membership tea on
ia>. at 8:00 p.m.. at the
Knights .rof Pythias Hall. 4601
W Plagler St.
IS. -
REPHUN'S HEBREW
BOOK STORE
Creetrr Miami'i largest I OMttl
party Hh it >yi|iffiMi
Hebrew 4 (MtS| Sckeell
Whtltiol* I '!/
ISVartf CI*TS AND Novnriis
417 Wa.k Miami Hebrew Book Store
ISRAELI A DOMESTIC OIFTS
Hebrew flligjo,. SuppHti 'or
Synagogues, School* A Private uee
1 55 Waskmqta* Ae.
Miami Irak H 13*40
which h:' fei Is called upon to right
Michel ;- ui appealing \oung
iter but seems w-t a little too
11 s mi ntal soliloquies
are ; in! ii > e iri
II points of view
mix oddlj th 01 ad i chil Hike
expressions Hi i I eai ful, torn
and tortu ha..nt. I bj the
idi .1 .1 ii beloved fath r must
be suffering eternal damnat on be
cause '- v' i l< risk Ii roical y,
the final < ho ce of religion I
upon \\n hi! himself.
Sinking Of Elath
Subject Of Talk
Chain) Weizmann Branch Far-
band Will hold elections at a urn
era! meeting on Sunday at 7:30
pm. in the Washington Federal.
1234 Washington Ave
Guest speaker will be Dr. Aaron
Kahan. executive director. Bonds
for Israel, recently returned from
Israel His topic will be "Israel
After the Sinking of the Destroyer
Elath."
Refreshment hosts will be Chair-
man and Mrs Moe Levin.
AMERICAN tSK^cLI
RELIGIOUS STORE fi
All Religious Article*
For Synagogues
.. School* Hamas
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Carlos De Torres
In Bid For Mayor;
Is Tor All Miami'
Carlos He Torres, campaigning
for the office of Mayor of Miami,
promises to bend his efforts to get
"more industry for Miami, revi-
talize the downtown area, and cre-
ate a Latin quarter in "The pre-
dominantly Latin area."
A business man and civic leader.
De Torres feels that 'a vigorous
campaign should be launched tn
fight crime and a greater effort be
made to curb juvenile delin-
quency."
He advocates "less talk and more
action to bring better housing and
more opportunities t" our less for
lunate citizens."
Dt Torres is opposed to the Con-
vention Hall being enroled in Bay
front Park Keep the park as it is
and place this facility on the old
Port of Miami site where it be
lontS,'1 I- his statement oh the
problem
By Special Report
MONTRE \l. Dr Joseph K
Narot, -;i ritual lea let of Temp]
rael of Greater Miami, called upon
Ri : m colleagues throu (houl
he nation th;s week to shun" .ill
forms o! authority in religions doc
ne and seek out the freedom and
autonomy "to define, to create, to
pioneer and explore "
!>r Narot. who addressed a for
mi on "Authority and Freedom"
it the 49th bienn-.al assembly of
he i :i o i o American Hebrew
igregations, said thai for the Re-
form Jew, "there is no dilemma
ii i ci betwi en authority
m i nil .1 im We must choose :
lorn "
While .i ertinq it was the g*al
of Reform Judaism to "bring the
emancipated Jew back to Juda-
ism," tt-e M'a-ni spiritual leader
said, "Ths we canno* da through
authoritarian attitudes and tech-
niques. Only the persuasive pow-
er of reason, knowledge and ex-
perience must be our strategy
ane" cur frame of action."
Taking issue with those in the
Reform movement who urge sub-
mission to authority, "guides and
codes" in religious practice. Or
Graduate Students
Art- < hi Staff At fcY'
Two students from Barry College
of Miami, now working for their
master's degiee in social work,
have been assigned to the YM
YWIIA of Greater Miami, Efraim
H Gale, executive director of the
YMI1A announced this week.
Mrs Antonio iGraciela) l'enas.
of Miami Shores, and Herbert Ru
bin of North Miami K at the "Y" assisting in program-
ing and activities.
Mrs l'enas a graduate of the
I'nivcrsity of Havana's School of
Education, has been in the l.S. for
five and a half years. A former
grammar school teacher, she was
employed by the Florida State Wel-
fare Department in its Child Wel-
fare Division.
Mr Rubin, who recently retired
after 20 years of active duty in the
U S. Air Force, is a graduate of the
Universtt) of Miami, with a B.S.
ree in Business Administration
which he received prior to enter
ing the armed forct -
While in the Air Force. Mr Ru-
b'n was assigned to the Statisticil
Services Division as a supervisor
of Computer Programing.
He also acted as lay leader for
Jewish programs and religious
-<; \ id's
t warned It I
r< hrHirm that
hi Re orm Judaism into be
.n the first place, just as "
t rebellion sent others of our
people to i.' "el gious fulfillment
of theii Jewishness or t I run fro.n
that J< wi.-hiH thei
"It is freedom," Dr. Narot add
ed. "that will strike a responsive
chord in the hi art of our youth; of
our alienated intellectuals on and
off the campus: of those who aie
searching for an understanding of
the universe, for ;i guide for their
own perplexed lives and for ;in
swers !o the aeon./in;, quest
that confront them and us every-
Whl : i
Groups Rap
Poverty (Juts
Continued from Page 1-A
for their continued failure to pro-
vide adequate funds and personnel
for the war against poverty while
pursuing fantasies in the Far
East." The 1.000 rabbis in the
CCAR were urged to mobilize pub-
lic opinion in their communities
for the endangered funding
Rabbi Tanenbaum. speaking as
head ot the ac'ivist group, said in
Los Angeles that during visits to
slum areas, he had sensed a "deep-
ening mood of frustration and re
sentment" over cuts in anti poverty-
funds. He said this effort was >vvn
as a "racist tendency which would
contribute to radical polarization
of fanatic extremists on the one-
hand and emergence of a white
fascism on the Other." He empha-
s./ed that he deplored the resort
io violence by Negro black power
leaders, calling this a "nihilistic
and destructive philosophy."
MICA Monday Meeting
Next meeting of the Miami Ileos-
tomy and Colostomy Association
is scheduled for Monday at 8 p.m.
in the Dade Federal. 5800 NW
7th Avenue.
CK. I0SIPH NAK0T
Kahlii Stern Offers
Six-Lecture Series
And Torafa Classes
Rabbi Iibor II. Stern, spiritual
eadei i I the Jacob C Cohen Com
nunity Synagogue, is offering a
-ems oi six lectures which will
Ii ;il with the State of Israel. To be
resented in the form of a sym-
posium, the sessions will be held
the last Wednesday of every month
at 8:15 p.m.. beginning on Nov. 29
The following topics will be dis-
cussed: "Israel in the United Na-
tions." "Should the Temple Be
Built in Jerusalem." "Aliya to Is-
rael. Economics or Religion." "The
Status of Jerusalem." "Israel A
Mission in Reverse," "What Is the
Messiah?"
Following each lecture, an Is-
raeli musical program will be of-
;fered by Cantor Meyer Engel.
Schedule for the fall and winter
series of Torah classes for adults
. includes Mishna. 7:15 a.m.; Torah.
5 p.m.. Sunday through Friday;
Talmud. 4:30 p.m.. Tuesday; and
Midrash. 4:30 p.m. Saturday.
Every meeting of the Sisterhood
will be preceded by a cultural pres-
entation.
e^**^r^*^r^Ar^**r^*^rV%r^r^r^*r^*r^**r^rV^*^*V^^^r^*r%***r^****AAr^r^**
/ CARLOS
DeTorres
MAYOR of MIAMI
"A MAN FOR ALL MIAMI"

HOMEOWNER
VETERAN OF
BUSINESSMAN
FAMILY MAN
KOREAN WAR
CIVIC LEADER
PLATFORM:
woo
* Launch a vigorous campaign to fight crime. Higher Mleries
and 20 year retirement for Police and Fire personal, and
greatei effort to curb juvenile delinquency.
* More parks and playgrounds for our citizens,
tain Federal funds to increase our recreational
Week to ob
facilities.
* More jobs, more industry for the city of Miami.
" Launch a 4-year program to clean up the slums in the-Negro
areas. Strict enformement of all health, building and zoning
laws. "Less talk and more action to bring better housing and
more opportunities to our less fortunate citizens."
* Revitalization of the Downtown area.
* Opposition to the Convention Hall being erected in Bay-
front Park. Keep the park as il is and place this facility on the
old Port of Miami < site where it belongs.
* Cieate a Latir quarter in the piedominamiy Latin
aiea. Give this section of our city a Spanish atmosphere and
make it a new tourist attraction for our city similar to
the New Orleans French Quarter. Pd. Pol. Adv.
VOTE TUESDAY, NOV. 21 LEVER 3-A
V'VV>r>*>>e>V,^A>V'^^VWWV^^^^VVV'V*WV^*V*^^*^*V


Pnge 14-A
fjeniit tkvkflar
Friday. November I 1967
Between You and Me: By BORIS SMOtAR
Negro-Jewish Marriages Create New Problems
O .. _, ... ,,., mothers for adoption with a New Wk
N'
IEGRO-JEWISH relations are
now beginning to find expres-
sion in increased intermarriage
formal and informal between
Jewish and Negro youth. As a result
of the fact that Jewish youths are
now very much in the forefront
oi the fight for negro rights, in
jM timacy among the two groups de-
velops much further when working for the same
cause, .
No data is available on the number o| Jewish
men marrving Negro girls, although such cases are
known But in regard to Jewish girls marrying Negro
men there are facts and figures indicating that
such marriages are on the increase Manj of the
Jewish girta have given birth to colored du Ire.
and sett to Place them for adoption, especially ti
the babies are born out of wedlock.
They come to Jewish family agencies for advice
in finding a .amily willing to adopt then child, but
discover that this >s a very difficult problem to
solve. In numerous States the law requires that
children for adoption must l>e entrusted only to
families of the same relngion as the mother Ihi-
would mean that babies of NegroJcwi-h parents
must be placed for adoption with Jewish families
Only, if the mother is Jewish. However, there are
very few childless Jewish families wishing to adopt
a colored child. Of 400 Negro babies placed bj
Israel Newsletter By ELIAHU SALPtTER
Elath Inquiry To Answer Vital Questions
lewish mothers for adoption with a New York
Jewish familj agenc} hoiping unmanitu nan
only 4 were adopted
The problem could perhaps be partially -> bj placing such children with families ot the orgam
communities ot the mack Jews functioning M
Harlem and in Brooklyn However, these famOus
are as a rule too poo. to support their own child
ren and are not seeking children for adoption
H is estimated that among all the white iirls
m New York married to Negroes, more than 70
percent are Jewish Obviously devoted to the eauaa
,.f racial equaltt) tbej consider it consistent to
practice such equality in family life The problem
arises when unmarried Jewish guls give birth to
I heir fust child. This has become no small problem
for Jewish family agencies seeking to help un
married mothers in New York the problem is
acute but is also exist! in Philadelphia. Chicago
and other large communities
Jerusalem
rE DEPUTY Chief of Staff. General
Chains Bar Lev, has been appoint-
ed chairman of a committee ol inquir)
into the circumstances oi the sinking ol
the Israel destroyer Elath by Soviet built
M-at.-sea missiles ot the Egyptian Navj
The Israel warship was hit by the Egyp
tians in international waters. 14-. miles
outsle of Port Said, but the establishment of an inquiry
in Itself is a normal routine matter What points to the
special importance attached to this investigation is the
appointment of the Deputy Chief of Staff to head it.
It is to the credit of the maturity of the Israel public
that despite the pain of the disaster, it began to ask
questions about several aspects of the tragedy and was
able to separate the issue of Egypt's grave responsibility
from the questions raised about its circumstances. It is
also to the credit of the military that despite the sensitivity
of the subject, no attempt was made to silence or muzzle
such questioners.
The immediate questions referred to the fact that a
destroyer was used for anti infiltration patrolling, some-
thing for which such a ship is generally considered un-
suitable. Additionally, the destroyer was sent to the vi-
cinit) "f enemy coastal waters without any smaller vessels
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Year of Jubilees
THIS IS A YEAR of jubilees The
len mthe Hebn
all
. d iuld
i is
i in the more restricted sense
ol any fifty-year anniversarj The Russian revolu
tion i- its jubilee this yeai ;md it is also
the fift) year jubilee of the Balfour Declaration
Both Of these historic even'- date back to the
First World War The Communist movement exist
ed before the war. but without the instability ol
the war Lenin would problj have failed In a
different way. the Hrsl World War spurred Zionism,
as Britian came on thi N" i East scene and. with
the Balfour Declaration, conned the support ol
woi Id Jev. ry
\ great crisis like .. war will ineviti act
man) thing-. The di al ol Jewish life,
Russian ai I Poli h J> bj
accentuated tin.....d ol
,; ; al wa- h
I he Jev ish
It too I
jubilee

isked
i i in i-t he explained Bui that
i "1
. : out il," the n
nmunist tion
thi ei
i
it that w
ippo
f Zioi
>n winch he said then- existed onlj ,;
anti i in Russia First, apartment anti
-> ^t.-in There i- a shortage of dwellings in
Ru lia and non-Jews don't like to be I with
Jews second, the subways are crowded and there
is subway anti-Semitism, Thud .there i- anti-Semi
tisin about job- Outside oi these three areas, averj
thing i- rosy.
With respect to the Kalfour Declaration, a few
of the Jews were most opposed to it and a tew of
the best Zionists were Christians
'
accompanying her. as is customary The first missile hit
the ship at about 1730 local time but -he went under
Old} after another full hit that c.me about two hours
laterand before airborne assistance reached the -pot
That first hit destroyed the mam engine room, made the
ship totally immobile, cut off electric suppl) and made
the ship's communication system inoperative it also turn
ed out that the base did not notice the lack of commun:
cations from the -h.p because it operated on a once-in-
cvorv four hours contact basis.
This led to the more basic questions though it ma) be
customary, under normal circumstances, to maintain con-
tact onl) one in every four hours, why was routine pro
cedure followed when simple prudence should have dic-
tated Otherwise? Was not the Israel Navy, or at least
major sections ol it. extremely tradition and routine bound
- in complete contrast to all other arms of Israel Defense
Forces' Was the fact that much of what the ship did or
did not do on that fateful day was explained b) "routine"
an indication that the Navy was out of Step?
But tne most fundamental question concerned the
fact that the destroyer involved was an antiquated ship,
built a quarter of a century ago Nobody in the Israel De-
fense Forces would dream of sending, for example, a
similar aerial patrol mission planes of World War II
vintage Yet, when it came to the Navy, its budget was
of such low priorit) that orders for modernization were
placed only two and three year- ago, with much of the
equipment yet to be delivered
the tasks and responsibilities ol Ihi Israel
before the Sis !>,.> War wei ndar) compared to the
\r Force or the Armor True also that the lightning vic-
tor) Of the Air Force and Armor in the Six Da) War JUS
I the the.-:, tii.it the war for Israel'* survival *ould be
i l in the air and on land and not al sea,
Nevert now asked whether this i
allocat
I badl) hurl
unpn pared is i net
. an i nem) cored its -- s by a
; i ii herous iolation ol the i Mali is! cc
nt
The tragic history ol the Elath now focuses attention
on the relative neglect of the Nav) and particularly the
di -proportion between its si/.- and force and its greatl)
enlarged tasks while Israel hold- on to all the occupied
territoriesand coastlinespending Vrab readme to .,t
dow ii and negotiate peace
Highlights In Sports
JESSE SILVER
Capitol Spotlight:
Basketball
Art heyman, i,.nn Brown Steve Chubin and
. i.eibouit/ were all in action as the Ameri
can Basketball \saot ation, the new professional
league, opened its jnit al campa ;n W th franchises
in ii cities, the new group hopes tomeda) to rival
the established National Basketball Association
Heyman, the former Duke All American, i-
forming with the New Jersej Americans The club
is based in T.aneck, N.I. with Arthur Brown as
owner and \ia\ Zaslofsky as coach and general
agei Brown is head of the ABC Freight For
warding Co., and Zaakrfak) is i former NBA All-
star player
Heyman, t>5. played in the Eastern League last
season and before that in the NBA Besides playing
pro basketball the 25->ear-old Heyman operate- a
restaurant in Connecticut.
Blown, who won an Olympic gold medal in lfWM.
had been an assistant coach at his alma mater.
North Carolina, (or three years before turning pro
Onl) "> 10. he is with the New Orleans Bucrcvieers
( hubui is living to inject some life into the Ana
heim Amigos. The former Khode Island star !
42 points as the Amigos won their first game after
five setbacks He played in Italy last season
LeibowiU a 6 2 playmaker with 111' last war.
Is performing th.- same job for the Plttsbt
Pipers The Pipers are owned b) Gabe Rubin who
run- a chain ol the. In
\\iii/man joins veteran Rod) LaRuss
tli N
.
i lifficufl .'in m ti
i iltii -
-o havi
:
I Wi itzman at the P i v
- in 1966
Vom K Sal |
tnosl Jewish f< otball playei ren
held thai da) !< .-i the -.
were Bob Sti Minnesota and Bruce Weioatain
of \ \ thei who took the da) oti was Wattei
Blum hoi ->- for la ing.
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
Republicans Score I .S. [Mideast Role

tt.. .hin .'on
HE ADMINISTRATION is
' by tl from Re-
' the

raced wit I
i
M
1 '.ion is i
to pi
rrani iscov the Arab-1

L'.S tl Kiemhn i
ed tl Fleet
i b lildu up so,
before l g) pi Nasser mo Israel. I
ipparent to men like Sen Stuart Symington,
Missouri Democrat, who .is Ah |
and now erves on the
committee Sen Symington feels that American Interests
face greater peril in the Middle E m Southeast
Asia
The state Department policy has been to publicl) ig
none the Boviel iole in the Middle Fast Secretai
State Dean Rusk wants to avoid a confrontation there
N nth V '
are n
to i unsel not
II
\
hsiii
IN
ecord that "1 ra. a
are. Im Viab
betweei

many in YV.
Ill l,i I
ifve points' last hint, ii
Um Bl the United Nation- A
that Mm Aia'- m I
i d b\ so\oi strategists who
l to continue exploiting teutons
of the Israeli daatmjei Klath by I I
le was seen here as a dangerous pie-
eeMj| to which the Administration provided no answer.
State Department spokesmen refused to "point a finger'
at the guilty party Thi* evasion was immediately ne/ed
by the Kupubhcian leadership in Congress


ir"r
17, 1967
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idrut Fete Launches
dilielh Anniversary
istadml Committee
mi and the South
I tor Medical Serv-
lonal Training in Is
i night will launch
ide celebration of
rsary of the State
a dinner honorinc
and philanthropist
It the Fontainehleau
rahaon Yafte. tank
of the Israeli army
dined Egyptian ar-
jr.ai peninsula during
i;ir will be principal
be dinner, slated to
pm Wednesday.
r^ov.rnment announc
Official celebration of
anniversary began
|h anniversar) "' '"'
la rat ion this month.
h dinner Wednes-
1 nited
'. ., inour.cement
.I Kroniah, natii :..ii
* ol rOstadrut,
in of
leader of the Combined Jewish Ap-
peal and Israel Bonds.
Dr. Michael Sossin, Histadrut
vice preMdent. is program chair-
man for Wednesday's dinner. Co-
chairmen are Jack S. Popick and
Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers Other
steering committee members in-
clude Herbert S. Shapiro. Morris
Newmark. Leonard Zilbert and
Abraham Kovinskv.
Mr- Elsie Bonem and Mrs.
Trudy llainerschlag are arrange
ments committee chairmen Lillian
Goodman is chairman of the wom-
en's diviaion, with Bernard Katz
chairman of hosts. Joseph Ash pub
licity chairman and Moshe Ber-
man executive director
\ sponsors committee i> chaired
by Mar\m Cooper with Samuel /it
ner as eocl airman Committee
members include Abraham I !.
Samui. G< Hand Morris Honig-
im Grunhut.
asS'K'iate chairman
: pney Fund
| .-V, \<
,,:... ir i :
1 [| itituti
Urges New
In Downtown
uction Drive
ijror Steve Clark this
an intensification
volpment pr ). tovt D Miami.
t a candidate for
Pne>day'a beiiotini
> to step ui> the pro
ir. i leveropmenl
aim al
MO in ; i
construction of of
p : ise .ii artmenl
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losed a
this we* k sh<
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mm i '
i til use of Y ii
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l sen poiica
Cleric: Jews Right
In Scoring Church
Silence On Israel
SEW YORK JTA) The
R Hunter, < i put j g< neral
rj : the National Cow
of Churches, said here this week
that the Jewish community was
"quite ncht in denouncing Chris-
hurches for ulence during the
ii genocide .....nal Israel
i Arab states prior to la~t
i m -six-Day War He added,
that he thought the
were Jllstifu ,; m not
S govai ami l 11> do
lid in defense >! Isr.ie, :i
,i i "we and they had to m
balance in the an
Hunter's remarks w<
., statement issued ear-
\ thi >^ oagogue i oiineil of
i which charged that Chria
..,r id en morally las
l the r failure to condemn
\r.ii- threats The Synagogue Co
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Israeli General to Speak
At Temple Zion Dinner
GenenJ Amos Horev. of the Gen
eral Staff of the Israel Offense
Forces, will be a special guest and
will deliver an address at the
Temple Zion Israel Dinner of State.
Saturday evening. Nov. 25. at the
Fontainebleau Hotel.
Kabbi Alfred Waxman. spiritual
leader of Temple Zion and dinner
chairman, noted that Gen. Horev's
presence at the Temple's dinner
on behalf of Israel Bonds will be a
special tribute U) Mr and Mrs
9tevan Simon, who will be honor* I
at :he event. They will be th.
oipients of the Israel Free
fcward in recognition of then years
il sen Ice tor Israel as wreU as
man) communal causes
Heading the dinner comi
t-ith Rabbi Waxman are three co
chairmen, Albert F Green, l'r
Max Newmark.
the president of Temple Zion.
Dr Bernard Lieberman Chairm n
.i the committee of hosts are Mr
jnri Mrs Murray Levine.
Rabbi Waxman emphasized
th.tt the evening would be a gala
event as well as filled with reso-
lution in keeping with Israel's
co-itinued need for support from
the American Jewish commu-
nity.
A military career man
specialist in ordnance. Gen Hore*
is Israel's Chief Scientist I" the
Ministry of Defense and a> re
sponsible for the development of
the weapons, armor and sell pro
pelted artillery that were used so
effectively in the Six Day War
In Israel's War of Indl
Gen. Horev shared the responsilvl:
tj for th.- defense ol Jerusal
ind played a decisive n l in open
rig the legendarj "Bun
hai helped to raise I
vas th i'i ime I Ch el o i
lions S nithern I
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~afewji]li Flomdian
id Friday, November 17, 1967
Section B
ADDRESSES ROSEN TRIBUTE DINNER
Israel Envoy Hails U. S. Support
Ami can Jewi were urged here
this week to "strengthen the hand"
of President Johnson in his active
- ipport of Israel's interests both
inside and outside the United Na
lions
Fphraim Evrun. Israel's M n 1
ter to Washington, toM a gathering
of Greater Miami Jewish leaders
Tuesdi evening that "the United
lerstands Israel's position
. log Israel support" dur
ing tt.- current Middle East dis-
Mi ron came to Miami t" hen
hi 11- rd Rosen fur his outstan I
.f leadership as chalr.nan
i.f tin 1961 Israel Emergencj Fund
i which raided more than
I 000 during the recent Mid
crisis
tented Mr Rosen with the
of Israel citation mi be
.< Israel government
Israel Ambassador Avraham
had been scheduled to
i presentation but was pre
i nt< :rom comini; by current
tc pressures concerning
, East situation,
tun 350 eommun.il I. :
i *ere >n hand at the dinnei t"
ie tribute to Mr. Rosen
Warning that Israel was still in
' mie of the must critical periods
history," Mr Fvron said
the outbreak of hostilities last
June ua> due to four major fac
tors II. IisIihI these ..-
Thi determination of the neigh
\r.ii) states in destro>
ael
Thi behavior of the interna-
.' community which chose
Seventh Annual
MesivUt HiiHjiirt
Set For Dec. :i
nth annual b
'.i High School <>f Greater
ii i>e lu-id mi Sundaj i
i at tn- Deauville Hotel
announced tins week b)
: nl Ol the
'
i' Galbut, a Miami
ttornej and formei Coun
is een nan I hail man
anquel Commit
than 7" \
' i attend thi banquet the
on s inaugural huh lion ol

' i i ". i even
" '.i i Hi
I intensified !! brew
t'> m..re than :!<><> si,i
i have benel ted from the
ai .. .-.. ral si i
C J. A. SEEKS
INCREASED GIFTS
I eon Kaplan, president of
the Greater Mis ni Jewish
Fl .1 ration, announced this
week that Miamians will be
called upon next year to in-
crease bv lo to 25 percent
their 1WJ7 contributions to
the Combined Jewish Appeal
in addition to "topping their
gilts t,. the i!>8 Israel Emer.
gency Fund." The dual cam
paigna for 1D68 were an
noum < I arlier this month.
MrSJAN OALBUJ
to ignore Arab thre.its to de-
stroj I-i .
The incitemenl of the Arabs b)
the Soviet I'll.on Which used
the Middli East n-h to exploit
Us own interests
Arab miscalculation of Israel's
militarj capability
Referring to the failure of the
international community to react
\r..h thieats against I-: .,,; Mr
Km. n said that this served a- an
invitati in to the Arabs to pursue ;(
aimed at Israel's total de
struct ion
Noting that no! a single rep-
resentative objected when Aral)
delegates voiced threats against Is
rael in the I nited Nations.' Mr
BvrOB told the Miami Jewish lea.I
ers that "nothing wsi as depress-
ing a- the solitude in which IsrM I
fought for its \.r> surxiv.i!
Asserting th.it Isiaei was deter
mined not to risk another mis
calculation b> the Arabs ol ins
country's armed capability, Mr
Evron said "We must be stronger
than we were on June 5 much
stronger War will not come if we
.lie stroll-
The Israeli envo) hailed the iden
tification ol world Jewry with the
cause Israel and said th..t the
outstanding Israel Emergencj
fund campaign under Mr Rosen s
lership has jn expiess on ol
that solidai it)
Leon Kaplan president oi the
Hebrew University
Women's Luncheon
Set For Friday
The program of the Fridaj pa
Irons' luncheon of the Greater Mi
an,i Women's Division v
fi ends of the Hebrew 'nit > rsity,
will include a report h\ Mis s
in I Simonhoff, past-president, on
I i aei visit
I he mu si< .1 p. rtion of the after
will be .. presentation
members ol thi Miami Opera Guild
leading tenoi Joseph Papa and
ana Judj Drucker, accompa
med bj Dr Paul Csonka, music
director ol the Opera Guild
According to Mrs Carrie Rosen,
dent of the Hebrew Univerait)
len's division the luncheon
will benefit the Scopus scholarship
mil student loan funds set up to
rial needs of Hebrew I'm
versitj student- involved in Israel's
recent ~- x Daj War Admission to
i hampa gne ret ept ion
12 SO lunch will be ,i contribution
of tlOO to the scholarship hind
Participants lit the arran i
nients for the luncheon include
Mesdames Ernest Abrsmson
Tiu.l> llameisehl.i Brenner
Meyen Dai id Ponve Jai h s Po
pick, Jacob Rifkin, Oida < Rubin
Mis Philip K Thau, and Miss Lil-
lian Goodman
Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
presented Mr. Rosen with an orna-
mental Torah Shield in apprecia-
tion for his unprecedented efforts
last summer in the Israel Emer
gency Fund campaign.
Ti ibutes to Mr, bus: n were also
voiced by Norton C. I'allot. chair-
man of the 1SXJ8 Combined Jewish
App.al campaign: Jack s Popick,
associate chairman of the HXiT I-
ra.i Emergency Fund; Louis Pol
ler, associate chairman of IK F .
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, spiritual
leadi i of remple Menorah, which
Mr Rosen serves as president, and
Arthur Rosichan, executive due
tor of the Miami Jewish Federa-
tion
Mayor Shepard Broad of Bay
Harbor was toastmaster and Dr
Irving i.ehi man. spiritual leader ot
Temple Emanu-El, and president
of the Rabbinical Association of
Greater Miami, delivered the in
vocation
Leonard Kosph (center) receives an ornate Torah Shield
m presides ireatei Miami
'' ''''''' sday evening honoring
Mr. Rosen's leadership role in the 1967 Greater M
y Fund car: Mayor ;oad
of Bay Harl i was toasl
Testimonial Dinner For Joseph Cohen
City and county officials, includ-
ing Miami Beach Mayor Jay Der
mer. Baj Harbor Islands Mayor
Shepard Broad, Hade County May
or Ch irles buck" Hall. Congress
man Dante It. Fascell. and others
are expected to attend the Jew;-!.
National Fund dinner honoring
Joseph Cohen, president of the
Jewish National Fund Council of
Greater Miami
The testimonial will be held at
the Diplomat Hotel Sunday eve-
ning. Nov. 26th Municipal Court
Judge Herbert a Snap.ro .v.II serve
is i hairman
Prominent Jewish Community
leaders headed b\ Dr Irving l.ehr-
man, spiritual leader of Temple
Emanu El, Rabbi Mayor Abramo
witl of Temple Menorah. and Ze\
v. Kogan will also be among tl
attending,
Joseph Cohen his had a distin-
guished career it: Jewish commu-
r\.\\ service He i- vice president
ot Temple Fmanu Fl
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ORT Sabbath Observances Scheduled
Saturday By Greater Miami Synagogues
Observance Ol OaOT Sabbath, on tional South Section Chairman
Saturday will be Md In syna
OgUM and temples throughout the
Miami area. In special servicc-
parallelinc hundreds of others
throughout the nation, tribute will
]>e paid to the global program of
iiRT. the vocational faining agen-
i | of the Jewish people
The .schedule of ORT service?
will include:
Atlantic Shores. Raw Suncoast
Th.ip'ers Temple Ner Temid.
^,taker: Rabbi Kuger.e Labo\itr.
GuHstream r, Pine Tree.
Miami Business and Professional
,pters Ttmp! Beth Sholom.
speaker Rabbi Leo:- Kronish
Bisi aj ne Fl nin ind Greater
Miami Chaptei Temole Eminu.
I. Speaker Mrs Louis Baron, Na
Norton Tin- Co.
Now Distributors
Of Michel in Tires
Norton Tin nj has been
!>po:Pte m ol M
car sizes I
_ vehicles
Currently establish! ..- the
orld's largest dealei in B F
uKxirn ;, :.: S I i Tire Com-
>an) will
12 rompan: res from
Wesl Pa Homesti
ind distri xit Uichelin to other
outlets
A famil> pan? Sari
Tire was founded s >me *:'. j
i>> Louis Pallot, ..ho named
bis business i r his ion, Norton
Today, Nor;, n > president, bis ii.~ i
;s board eha r-:::i':. brother Ror.aH
serves a- irer and
brother-in la> ) man Kat
Ice pres
The wh Di ner
ial Tire dealei shi|
from K. ">v -: to W, I.uder
ire 'hm
liars wofl
uicts. mot
Miami Roach Afternoon. Ocean
Harbor, and Treasure l>le Chapters
Tempi* Menoreh.
Members of North Miami Chap
ter will worship at B'nei Raphael;
Cloverleat Chapter at Temple Si-
nei; North Hade. C.reynolcN Parh
ami Point East Chapters a! Temple
Beth Toreh; and Hollywood Chap
ters at Temple Beth Sholom in Hoi
lywood.
Mrs Theodore Zalles Regii
ucation Coordinator, said: "ORT
Sabbath is 8 time for giving thank-
for h.it ORT has been abl< I
complish in the 87 years Is e>
istencethe vocational rehal
tioii ol "lore than ion up-
deprived, an.I |
lews 11 also a time for rededica-
t lie bel ire us.

today :>ov mse of the recent war
East "
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