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The Jewish Floridian ( December 8, 1967 )

UFJUD
"(Jewish FlorMian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
um* 40 Number 47
Floridi Friday ''--nber

Two Sections p:.
Study Links Intermarriage, High Divorce Rate
By Special Report
NKW YORK-While the itcadily
( imbing rale of intermarriage in
the United Stales touches upon all
giout denominations, its most
-crious impact is being felt among
Jews and Catholics, whose mar
i to those outside their faiths
,,:ry a high risk of divorce and
, ent a source of conflict in the
, aring of children
. tindings are disclosed in a
HAIM BAR LEV
report made public this week by
Dr. Victor D. S.inua. associate pro-
fes-or of psychology at Ycshiva
University's Wurtweiler School of
Social Work, which encompasses a
number ol studies on intermarriage
made during the past 35 yean.
Dr. Sanua said. "With few ex-
ceptions, all studies indicate the
intermarriage rate is increasing,
and is expected to continue up-
ward Fifty per cent of Catholics
.ind Protestants mam outside
their laith. while approximately 17
percent of American Jews inter
marry.
"While data shows that inter-
marriage may affect the three
religious groups differently, the
more serious repercussions occur
among Jews and Catholics.
"All studies show that the inter-
married have .i high risk ol di-
vorce. While there i- some evi-
dence thai the risk increases if the
husband is Catholic and the wife
Protestant, it was discovered that
those unwilling to identify with
any religion had the highest di-
vorce rate," the report declared.
Conclusions drawn from a study-
made by Iowa State University in
Iowa, the only state which requests
religious pieference on marriage
and divorce records, indicate tht
rate of broken marriages was more
influenced by the lack of relig
identification ol the non-Catholic
partner than by a clash of relig
values and belli fs
As there are tin definitive stu
of intermarri ige divorce rates
amon; Jews, information gathered
in the report piint* out that Jews
marrying outside their faith see
their relatives less regularly .
what is considered more signifi-
cant, feel the unmarried can be
just as content as the married. It
Continued on Page 15-A
Israel Army
Gets A New
Staff Chief
JERUSALEM Brigadier Cen-
tral Haini Bar-Lav was named by
Cabinet this week .> the new
of Staff of Israel's ar.ned
rce Gen. Bar Lev. 43. whose
ntment takes effect next
nonth, will succeed Ifaj Gen. Yiu
Rabin, who awed In the post
: the past four years and who is
! with initiating the strate
i the Six Day War The Cabi
el announcement said that Bar-
. will he promoted to the rank
Major General.
i name '>f Oca. Bar lev. who
i> presently Deputy Chief of Staff,
was form all) submitted to the Cab
net by Defense Minister Moshe
in He noted that the termina
tion date ..i Gen Rabin's appoint
meilt and the choice ol his lUCCCI
-or were made by Prime Ministei
I evi Eshkol earlier this year when
lie still held the portfolio of l>e
Minister Ccn. Day an spoke
high praise of the qualifica
- of both generals Rabin and
Lev.
Gen Bar l-ev. formerly Broil-
iki, was born in Austria in 11124,
spent most of his childhood in Yu
via and came to Israel with
ins family m 1939 at the age of 15
He studied at the agricultural
school at Mikveh Israel and later
joined i'almach. the famed shock
troops of Haganah. the Jewish de
f-nse force, prior to the establish
mint of the State of Israel
The young Bar-I-ev rose rapidly
through the ranks. Israel's war for
pendMBM in 1948 found him a
(lion commander in the rfegCl
repuLing Kgyptian attacks from
S.nai During the Sinai campaign
ol 1986 he commanded the armor-
ed brigade that routed the F.gyp-
liani at II Ansh and Rafah
During last June's Six Day War.
Gen Bar-Lav aerved as Deputy
ol Staff.
Miami Visit
1$ Recalled
In an address in M ami
Beach in 1962. Gen Maim
Bat I ev Israel's newly ap-
l>'inted Chief of Staff, hailed
he role of Miami Jewrv in
he founding of Me Ami set-
tlement in Israel, which, he
-ml. helps to settle the
country and add to its de
He spoke at a Cre.it
Miami Jewish National
Fund dinner marking the
ion of the settlement.
FOREIGN MINISTRY STATEMENT

Israel Warning Scores
*!.* Soviet Bomber Force
GIN. HAIM BAff-UV
JERI SALEM (JTA>A Foreign
Ministry spokesman warned this
week that the presence of Soviet
Tupolev heavy bombers in Egyp
; an skies, piloted by Russians,was
i new element in the Middle East
situation that should be viewed by
the Western powers with as much
concern as it is viewed b) Israel.
He referred to the reported "good-
Plight Of Soviet Jews
Grown Worse Eshkol
JERUSALEM The situation of
lews in the Soviet I'nion has
gn n worse" linee the l SSR
broke diplomatic relations with Is-
rael during last June's Six Daj
War. with the Soviet authorities
going so far as to halt the emi
tion of Jews who had previous!)
been promised exit visas. Prime
Minister I.evi Kshkol declared this
week
While the emigration of Russian
Jews tO Israel, for purposes ol fam-
ily reunion had amounted over I
two year period to only "a thin
trickle.'" Mr Eshkol told the Kues-
set. tlie Kremlin's complete stop-
page of this emigration since June
was "an inhuman measure devoid
nf moral, political or practical hll
tification."
The subject came before the
Knesset when H. Landau, a Gahal
number, called for open debate of
the topic, objecting to what he
called the government's "silence"
on the issue The Premier replied
that, prior to last June's war, the
government had informed the
USSR it would never be silent
about the denial to Russian Jewry
of its full rights as a Soviet minor-
it) group.
"The plight of Soviet Jewry,"
he said, "is the most painful and
the most burning question for Is-
rael and for all of world Jewry."
While some of the facts regard
ing Russian Jewry's fate cannot as
yet be made public. Mr. Kshkol
.said, he could reveal that Israel
knows now that the number of Rus-
sian Jews applying for exit visas
was tar greater than those actual-
ly permitted to leave.''
The meager emigration permit-
ted prior to last June, he added,
had "increased, rather than de-
creased, this desire Many Rus
sian Jews who wanted to apply for
emigration were not even permit-
ted to file applications, he declar-
ed, and that number "was many
times greater than the quota for
last year, which was the best year"
for Russian Jewish emigration.
*
RUSSIAN CLERK SAYS
will" flight of 16 Russian jet bo.nb
rs over Cairo which observers
constder a morale-booster for the'
Egyptians and a demonstration by
Soviets that they can bring
their airpower to bear in a local
Middle East conflict if the) wish
to
i In London, the Manchester
Guardian -aid that the Soviet air
force visit to Egypt may be part of
a war ol nerves designed to re-
inforce the diplomatic pressures
whuh are being brought to bear
on both Israel and the CAR to
accept a compromise." The paper
said that the aircraft demonstrated
.No that facilities for Soviet air
power were readily available in
Egypt should the Russians decide
to take the Arab side in any new
Middle East conflict.
(The Daily Telegraph reported
that military attaches in Cairo be-
lieve that the TU 16 bombers, arm-
ed with air-to-surface missiles, are
the ones that Soviet Communist
Party leader Brezhnev promised
Continued on Page 10-A
Russian Jet
Bombers Fly
Over Cairo
LONDON JTAl Sixteen i.
Man jet bombers arrived in Egypt
on a good-will mission this week
and immediately Hew over Cairo
as .( demonstration of Soviet sup-
port, it was reported here. The visit
by the Russian planes is believed
here to be intended as a morale
hooter for the Egyptians, and to
discourage Israeli reprisal raids
The Soviet government is more
deeply involved and committed in
the Middle East than ever before.
the Sunday Observer said in dis-
patches from Moscow, reporting
talks this past week between Soviet
diplomats and delegations from
-everal Arab and Moslem coun-
tries, including Syria.
Worldwide Protests Hit
De Gaulle Statement
PARIS 1JTA1 French President
Charles de Gaulle's severe de
nunciation both of Israel and the
Jewish people stirred sharp critical
responses this week among the
French people, in Israel and in
other countries.
The official translation of the
Kremlin Would Let Rabbi Out
nkw YORK (JTA) Metropoli-
tan Nikodim. chairman of the de-
partment of external church affairs
for the Russian Orthodox Patriar
chate. told a delegation from the
Synagogue Council of America this
week that he saw no reason why
Sowet authorities would prevent
Moscow Chief Rabbi Yehuda 1 Lavifl from accepting a Synagogue
Council invitation lo visit the Unit-
ed States.
However, the Rutaian prelate de-
clined to convey to Rabbi Levin
the invitation from the Synagogue
Council He told the delegation that
the formal invitation should go to
Rabbi Levin through 'proper chan
mis He said he would be pleased
(0 convey to Rabbi Levin the greet
mg- of American Jewry After the
meeting. Rabbi Jacob Rudin. SCA
president, said that the Synagogue
Council would send the invitation
immediately to Rabbi Levin.
The Russian prelate told the
American Jewish religious lead-
ers that not only the Russian Or-
thodox church but other Chris-
tian denominations in the Soviet
Union, as well as the Moslem
community, had been allowed to
establish formal contacts with in-
ternational church bodies, such
as the World Council of Church-
es, and to visit cc religionists
abroad.
Rabbi Rudin then commented
that Soviet Jewry had not been al
Continued on Page 10-A
Fiench President's comments, re-
leased by the French Mission to
the United Nations, made it clear
that his denunciation went well be-
yond a political attack on Israel
and that he had impugned the Jew-
ish people through the ages" for
having "provoked'' and "caused"
ill will in certain countries at cer-
tain times."
He also told the press confer-
ence in Paris that it was "always
feared" that once the Jews "gath-
ered on the site of their former
grandeur," meaning Palestine,
"they might come to change into
a fervent and conquering ambi-
tion, the very touching hopes
they had for 19 centuries."
He said the creation of Israel
had raised apprehensions "even
among many Jews" that placement
ol "this community" in the middle
of "hostile" Arabs would produce
"friction and conflict." Neverthe-
less, be added, the Jews had "the
capital that resulted from the vast
memory ol the Bible, nourished by-
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Friday. December 8 1967
As We Were Saying:
By ROBERT E. SEGAL
Arab Front Man 'Entertains' I S. Audiences
<< ( ULI..1 ,.,,.! i.,u ilktl IvV'juI s>V.'l*\..'v >.
STIR JOHN
^ v a g o
G 1 u b l). the
Bng
an who
- in his
role .i* com-
mander ni the
\ : I 1 i I l
in yean ago visited a Dumber
merican cities recentl) and
made Arab propaganda capital
bj insisting that the Buss
u anl the Ai abs to lose Iheii war
with Israi
l!.- reaso I j pi "the
c ent< i ol grai it) in the
has long been coveted
i.> every ambit o is European
.n Power hungrj Russia
determined to be master ol the
tr nit' and the rich waterwaj ol
the Middle Bast, would be fool
ish io make a frontal attack on
Nasser in Gen Glubb's view.
th would have been "rather
awkv ard Russ i 'he
I, 'he
ited, sure
|j not because she lovi the
So Moscow while public
]> upbraiding the Israeli forces
was eovertlj cheering them on
'1 his is shrewd concept, be-
cause undiscrimlnating lecture-
i often only
the one pill, In thi- instance, the
pelh: > .i- American Russopho
i he K.i- i oming'
nh iful end prop
up the
v :. agaii thai pes
\ stence ol the State ol
i hal iverei in nation
and it al i resp> nsible foi
all o: the Irab troubles Nol
of slave ii.hie nni
ilism nol "
rop failures, not the avail'
abilit) of oil in other parts oi
. in-ill These an nol whal
ails Egypt Syria and Jor-
dan Israel i >

Gen Glubb had predict)
short a hen June host I
broke w I \ short war \
tarj man should know and ...
nowledge thai v
Israelfanned bj
ii da Intel
i r< kindle I I
closing of the Straits ol r
ling on foi
two decades There h.. -
peace only armistice
Israel Newsletter By ELIAHU SAIPETER
Israeli Youth Identify With Diaspora
Jerusalem
THE SPONTANEOUS
' i ins ol support for Israel by all Amen
- houi ol trial last Maj and
June dramatieall> den i ictenl oi i
lifical The fai I
this idci tifical irse has been be)
i ute for a long lime
Prom Jerusalem nov come the results ol .i
stud) showing thai Jewish identification on the part
Israelis i xtends also to the young generation, born
and raised since Independence The stud} under
mines the once favoriu theorj of some sociolo
OH fh# Record:
t thi is a breed apa......ntif) i
sell w Jews in the I1 aspi
Vbout 3.700 si asses
in 120 high schools
in tl the Institute of i
irj Judaism and the Department ol Psycho
of the lIII it w i ersil and sponsored bj the
i Jew i-ii Commitl I Ihe
\ wen the opening ol lh<
Institul hel I foi Ihi firs! l
Ihe Mounl Scopus campus ol the universit)
Answering Ihe qui I n you wen horn a
would you want to be born a Jew ~ pel
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
Proud Moment For American Jewry
THE RECENT Six-1 the
Middle East, Ihe critical w<
led up to ii and the pei io l ol
and diploi ha e
. part id
the e|
Ihe pn
tj even pub
? 4p4l**W^ licitv h .: \cant and in
II g ow and theoretic ans w ill
Io whal mil hi have ha I this oi thai
. nt had nol o
l
I
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: B md 11

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and man)
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tun iWish
Ihe i
force wa
itch those
hi plani
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ih volunti i
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Ihe I .1 \ ai I l-i
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mr nn.lei
Highlights In Sports
JESSE SILVER
Miami Boat Racer Is New Champ
IT'S BEEN A for 1 rn ei Brooklyn i oil
athletes Nes York Giants head coach Allie Shei
man has a football team again, and Don Aronov ol
North Miami Beach, Fla captured both the world
and national ocean powerboat racing championships
A 1950 graduate of Brooklyn College, where he
sevnn varsji\ letters in football wrestling and
haaaini i throwei Arnow is the first
driver to win both titles m the same yeai Petei
Rothschild of California arai the national ehami
in '.!**>
Arnow. 40. designs and aells powerboats for a
living Me campaigned in Europe this past sumcaer
won races in Prance and Sweden, and was a close
finisher in most of the othe: contests The champion-
ship is decided on a point bull
reaching and construction business in Mew ii rsej
came belore boat building for Arnow AI>out 10
0 he mo\ed to l-'lorida. discovered ofishorc
racing, and ha- been at it ever liaaa A former
chief life guard at Coney Island, Arnow sold his
first two boat companies Formula and Donzi
and is now president of a third. Magnum Marine
Arnow s latest victory, the Miami -Re) West race
will count toward Ihe 1JXJ8 championships He chum
ed the distance in a record-breaking three hours and
four minutes. Bill VYishnick of New York placed
sixth. Jerry Langer of Miami Beach, 10th and Joel
Cohen was 15th
Barr) I ohen ol Long Beach NY part
ner were the laities ol the I ohen -
crafl exploded and burned al the dock before the
race got undei wa) He i as hospitalized with minor
injuries
Yesl vt i in- ersit) of New York ha
foi its fencinj iquad this eomin season Coach
Arthui lauher who i- mi In- 18th year al the hi
he men to do the job
i- Adle) Mandel of Cleveland, Ohio and
Ales Zauderer of New York Cftj have hem named
plains Mandel was 284 nh the saber last
while Zauderer compiled a 22 u record with
the foil
Other memben of the team are senior Jack
Peterseil epee and junior Norman Seiderfeld, foil
The team wa- 10 2 la-t yi
Bob Stein kuked lii- first field goal 01 197 as
Minaesots stopped Iowa 100 In addition Stem booted
the point after touchdown Fullback Bret Kauf
man scored two touchdowns to help Rhode Maud
down Bucknell 27 7 He ran seven yards for one
.score, and took a 27-yard pass for another
Saul Sindell of c W Po*t tallied tw.ee a-ainst
both Ithaca and Guilford. The big halfback seorad
all four TDs from the opponents' one yard line Allen
Goldstein grabbed Ins fourth touchdown pass of the
season for Post at Ithaca Post beat Ithaca 27-14
and lost to Guilford 35-14.
Iivel) 2H
y 2 pen i-ni said
nt to be born again Jew
oiild like to he boi
in th. I1 in Israel the picture wa
said yes 25
.1 1 no diffei 1 'i but 21 percent
Jews in t1 D
mon 10 limi .1- man) as those si
ativi in thi first m<
Asked whether the) would
born Israel Bl percent answered
; Kent fell it made no difference, and 2 pel
ihe) would prefer being born nor. 1- 11
Th.- comparison of the two sets ol
I turprisingl) high as the Jewish idem
1- the Israel national Idi 1 n
u hile the pei centagi of those ho
lo be Israelis is tin same .1- of tl
nt I < Jews
As expected there a
tween the religious and the Jewish nal
ition of tho-i questioned <>t the inti
libed the'
they were
1 stud) .
res will 1
e time Bui .: 1 ea I) I is quite <-\ idem I
n from the D y Is
h ha\e been prtwed undue pi o|
Cur film folk:
By HERBERT G. IUFT
The Fixer
COWARD LEWIS
.' I
Metro M
1 1887 Pu
novel b) !'
' .'
it n in Budapel on U '
the eastlrs
ol "i akov Bok, .1 -,n ,
lymsn fslsel) accu '
in Ci irist H
the plighl f I
caughi in a wave o) mast hysteria
inkenheimer. told this column sborU) befon
left foi Hun.., I,, sri dupUcating the old 1
Budapest foi the town of kiev, th.- pogrom-ridden I
Ihe Fixer al the turn of the centtir\ I:
is staging the tragii account ol injustice m utterl) 1
tit terms giving the trial ol Yakut Bok a valid fn
meaning for the world ol todaj Since the picture
nut be made in Russia, the countryside of Hun BO
the next hevi settbig of authenticity for the "shtel
Yakos Bok, and the peasants ol today a pointed
part for the towiispeopie of the period
mi government, well awan- of the si H
implications, has given it blessing to the movie. 1
""ii aviuia nrtdUM- 11 w .....
accents confuse the audience, no one fakes a Bassist
Yiddish accent, and all speak a British slanted 1
Hugh Griffith, Academy Award winner known for his
Ben Hur" and "Kxodus." appears as Lebedex, the nan
dyman'a employer, member of the dread militant Black
Hundred dedicated to the persecution of the Jews.
Elizabeth Hartman essays the pathetic role of his
daughter, a crippled girl in love with Yakov who ha-
been hiding his Jewish identity in order to secure hi-
meager job Carol White portrays his runaway wife Risl
Others in the cast include British star Dirk B0**"^
ho plays the role of an honest government lawyer ww
realizes that the state is so insistent upon a conviction
because it will be a judgment against Russian Jewry-


December 8 19C7
*ifHf**# I h rid/inn
Pige "' '
IimIy Links Divorce*
With Intermarriage
Continued from Page 1A
l-o '.hnun that Catholici and
B CUT) an additional burden
'hat both croup.-, havr to cope
i more pressure from church
I family than do Protestants, he
|>rted.
over, strong religious ties
long either or both parners of
intermarried couple present a
Lirce of conflict in the raising
children and their religious
laining.
llie report disclosed that prom
made prior to marriage undei
Ante-Nuptial agreement Insist
upon by the Catholic church
he sometmie.s reneged on r>> the
tant and Jewish parents
One survey disclosed that in 50
percent of the cases involving
Catholic-Protestant marriages the
,hildren were raised as Protes-
tants. Another example <>f disturb
.nice is found in The interference of.
idparenti in the religious edu
in of children Parents "ma)
torn between the demands for a
compromise to assure their marital
ness, an i| the:r own parent-. Dr

Various solutions, to these prob
-. such as bringing up the chil-
in the separate i be-
il their parent-, letting the
decide upon his own religion,
,i i-ion i't one of the parents or
creation of a "religious vacu
m in the house, are seen as con-
; to th-' child, making him in-
. cine.
Particularly disturbing is a find
'hat in approximately 75 per-
nt of the cases where Jews inter-
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marry, based en the Iowa study.
the children are not identified as
Jews The conclusion drawn is thai
the future growth of the Jewish
population is seriously affected hy
the increasing degree of Intermar
ge within the group.
With all of the data gathered
on the incident of conflict be-
tween an intermarried couple.
Dr. Sartua, in his published re-
port, cautioned that with the ex-
ception of religious Jewish stu-
dents, college youth surveyed
show a growing acceptance of
intermarriage.
Dr Sanua said, "In view of the
complexity of the variables in
VOlved, each intermarriage repre-
sents a unique combination of two
individuals Some may succeed, but
the probability is that these will
carry an added burden which will
manifest itself in later years, par-
ticularly at the time when the re-
ligious education of the children is
to be decided.
"If young people decide tn em
bark on intermarriage, education
must be discussed thoroughly,
since it will reveal when- each
partner stands on this most deli
.nid crucial question, while a
thorough discussion is nol .i guar-
antee the marriage will i>c success
ful. it might minimize, m certain
.irices, the serious problems
which may arise
Since we have seen that many
young people today do not find it
objectionable to marry outside
their religion, one of the greatest
challenges for both parents and the
religious l>odies is to encourage
young people to marry within their
faith." Dr Sanua declared
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"dewish Flcxridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
ump 40 Number 47
Miami. Florida Friday, December 8 1957
Two Sections Price
Study Links Intermarriage, High Divorce Rate
By Special Report
\KW YORKWhile the steadily
climbing rale of intermarriage in
the United States touches upon all
religious denominations, its most
terioui impact is being felt among
Jews ind Catholics, whose mar-
to those outside their faiths
,r> a high risk of divorce and
iiit a source of conflict in the
ng of children
tindings are disclosed in a
HAIM BAR-LEV
report made public this week by
I)r Victor I) Sanua. associate pro-
fessor of psychology Ytshiva
University's VYursweiler School of
Social Work, which encompasses a
number of studies on Intermarriage
made durum the past 35 years.
Dr. Sanua said. 'With lew e\
eeptions, all studies indicate the
Intermarriage rate is increasing,
and is expected to continue up-
ward Fifty per cent ot Catholics
.ind Protestants marry outside
their faith, while approximately 17
percent of American Jews inter
marry.
"While data shows that inter-
marriage may affect the three
religious groups differently, the
more serious repercussions occur
among Jews and Catholics.
'All studies show that the inter
married have a high risk ot di-
vorce While there i- some evi
dence thai the risk increases it the
husband is Catholic and the wife
Protestant, it was discovered that
those unwilling to identify with
any religion had the highest di-
vorce rate, the report declared.
C inclusions drawn from a study-
made by Iowa State University in
lowi, the only state which requests
rcligious preference on marriage
and divorce records, indicate tht
rate of broken marriages was more
influenced by the lack of religious
id< ntification ol the non > 'atholn
partner than by a clash of religi J-.
values and belie fs.
As there are n<> definitive stu i -
of intermarrni,e divorce rates
among Jews, information gathered
in the report punts out that Jews
marrying outside their faith see
their relatives less regularly and,
whit is considered more signifi-
cant, feel the unmarried can he
just a< content as the married. It
Continued on Page 15 A
Israel Army
Gets A New
Staff Chief
IER1 SALEM Brigadier Cen-
ll.iini Bar Lav WSJ named hv
tbintl this week .- the new
hief of Staff of Israel's armed
, Gn, Bar Lev. 43, whose
ntment takes effect next
h will succeed Maj Cen. Yitr
- K.ibin. who served in the post
the past four years and who is
credited with initiating the strate
: the Six Da) War The Cabi
jiinouncement said that Bar
I ev will he promoted to the rank
ijor GeotraL
,i name of Gen. Bar Lev, who
is presently Deputy Chief of Staff.
\> .i- formally submitted to the Cab-
inet by Defense Minister Moshe
Dayan He noted that the termina-
tion date ot Cen Rabin's appoint
men! and the choice of his succti
or were made by Prime Miniate!
1 .evi Kshkol earlier this year when
he still held the portfolio of D.'
Minister Cen. Dayan spoke
i high praise of the qualifies-
- ot belli generals Rabin and
I'..ii Lev.
Cen Bar-l*v. formerly Brotz-
lawski, was born in Austria in IBM,
-pent most of his childhood in Yu
ilavia and came to Israel with
I family in 1939 at the age of 18
lie studied at the agricultural
school at Mikveh Israel and later
joined Palmach. the famed shock
troops of liaganah. the Jewish de
fense force, prior to the establish
merit of the State of Israel.
The young Bar I.ev rose rapidly
through the ranks. Israel's war for
independence in 1948 found him a
battalion commander in the Negev
repul-ing Kgyptian attacks from
Sinai. During the Sinai campaign
ol l5b' he commanded the armor-
ed brigade that routed the Esjyp-
- at El Arista and Rafah
During last June's Six Day War.
Gen Barl-cv served as Deputy
Chiel of Staff.
Miami Visit
Is Recalled
In an address bj M ami
Beach in 1962, Cen llaim
Bat I ev. Israel's newly ap-
pointed thief of Stuff, balled
he role of Miami Jewry in
'he founding of Me Ami set-
tlement in Israel, which, he
.od. helps to settle the
country and add to its de-
" He spoke at a Great
Miami Jewish National
Fund dinner marking the
Btion of the settlement
FOREIGN MINISTRY STATEMENT

Israel Warning Scores
____
*! Soviet Bomber Force
OfN. HAIM BAR If V
JERUSALEM iJTAiA Foreign
Ministry spokesman warned this
week that the presence of Soviet
Tupolev heavy bombers in Egyp
; an skies, piloted by Russians,was
i new element in the Middle East
situation that should be viewed by
the Western powers with as much
concern as it is viewed by Israel,
lie referred to the reported "good
Plight Of Soviet Jews
Grown Worse Eshkol
JERUSALEM The situation of
lews in the Soviet In ion ha-
_i. ,.n worse" since 'he l SSR
broke diplomatic relations with Is-
rael during last June | S \ Da)
War. with the Soviet authorities
^ so far as to halt the emij
Uon of Jews who had previously
been promised Minister Lev! Eshkol declared this
week
while the emigration of Russian
Jews to Israel, for purposes ol fam-
ily reunion had amounted over .i
two year period to only "a thin
trickle." Mr Kshkol told the Knes-
set, the Kremlin's complete stop-
page of this emigration since June
was "an inhuman measure devoid
of moral, political or practical tall
t (fixation."
The subject came before the
Knesset when H Landau, a Cahal
member, called for open debate of
the topic, objecting to what he
called the government's -silence"
on the issue The Premier replied
that, prior to last June's war, the
government had informed the
USSR it would never be silent
about the denial to Russian Jewry
Ol its full ; 'its as a Soviet minor
it) group.
"The plight of Soviet Jewry,"
he said, "is the most painful and
the most burning question for Is-
rael and for all of world Jewry."
While some of the facts regard-
ing Russian Jewry's fate cannot ,i>
vet he made public. Mr. Kshkol
said, he could reveal that Israel
knows now that the number of Rus-
sian Jews applying for exit visas
was lar greater than those actual
ly permitted to leave."
The meager emigration permit
ted prior to last June, he added,
had increased, rather than de-
creased." this desire. Many Rus-
sian lews who wanted to apply for
emulation were not even permit-
ted to file applications, he declar-
ed, and that number 'was many
times greater than the quota for
last vear, which was the best year"
for Russian Jewish emigration.
*
RUSSIAN CLERIC SAYS
will" flight ol 16 Russian jet bomb
is over Cairo which observers
consider a morale-booster for the
Egyptians and a demonstration by
the Soviets that they can bring
their airpower to bear in a local
Middle Easl conflict if they wish
to
iln London, the Manchester
Guardian -aid that the Soviet air
force visit to Egypt may be part of
.i w.n ol nerves designed to re-
inforce the diplomatic pressures
which are hemg brought to bear
on both Israel and the CAR to
accept a compromise The paper
said that the aircraft demonstrated
also that facilities for Soviet air
power were readilv available in
Egypt should the Russian- decide
to take the Arab side in any new
Middle East i nflict
iThe Daily Telegraph reported
that military attaches in Cairo be-
lieve that the Tl 16 bombers, arm
ed with air to surface missiles, are
the ones that Soviet Communist
Party leader Brezhnev promised
Continued on Page 10-A
Russian Jet
Bombers Fly
Over Cairo
LONDON JTAl Sixteen Rut
sian jet bombers arrived in Egypt
on a good-will mission this week
and immediately flew over Cairo
a- a demonstration of Soviet sup-
port, it vvns reported here. The visit
hv the Russian planes is believed
here to be intended as a morale
hooter for the Egyptians, and to
discourage Israeli reprisal raids.
The Soviet government is more
deepl) involved and committed in
the Middle East than ever before,
the Sunday Observer said in dis-
patches from Moscow, reporting
talks this past week between Soviet
diplomats and delegations from
several Arab and Moslem coun-
tries, including Syria.
Worldwide Protests Hit
De Gaulle Statement
PARIS [JTAlFrench President
Charles de Gaulle's severe de-
nunciation both of Israel and the
Jewish people stirred sharp critical
responses this week among the
French people. In Israel and in
other countries.
The official translation of the
Kremlin Would Let Rabbi Out
NEW YORK (JTAlMetropoli-
tan Nikodim. chairman of the de-
partment of external church affairs
for the Russian Orthodox Patriar
chate, told a delegation from the
Synagogue Council of America this
week that he saw no reason why
Soviet authorities would prevent
Moscow Chief Rabbi Yehuda I eiD
Levin from accepting I Synagogue
Council invitation to visit the Unit-
ed Slates
However, the Russian prelate de-
clined to convey to Rabbi Levin
the invitation from the Synagogue
Council He told the delegation that
the formal invitation should go to
Rabbi Levin through "proper chan
Dels." He said he would be pleased
to convey to Rabbi Levin the greet
bigg of American Jewry After the
meeting, Rabbi Jacob Rudin. SCA
president, said that the Synagogue
Council would send the invitation
immediately to Rabbi I-evin
The Rusaian prelate told the
American Jewish religious lead-
ers that not only the Russian Or-
thodox church but other Chris-
tian denominations in the Soviet
Union, as well as the Moslem
community, had been allowed to
establish formal contacts with in-
ternational church bodies, such
as the World Council of Church-
es, and to visit ct religionists
abroad.
Rabbi Rudin then commented
that Soviet Jewry had not been al-
Continued on Page 10-A
French President's comments, re-
leased by the French Mission to
the United Nations, made it clear
that his denunciation went well be-
yond a political attack on Israel
and that he had impugned the Jew-
ish people through the ages" for
having provoked" and "caused"
ill will in certain countries at cer-
tain times."
He also told the press confer-
ence in Paris that it was "always
feared" that once the Jews "gath-
ered on the site of their former
grandeur," meaning Palestine,
"they might come to change into
a fervent and conquering ambi-
tion, the very touching hopes
they had for 19 centuries."
He said the creation of Israel
had raised apprehensions "even
among man] Jews" that placement
ol "this community" in the middle
of "hostile" Arabs would produce
"friction and conflict." Neverthe-
less he added, the Jews had "the
capital that resulted from the vast
memory ol the Bible, nourished by
Continued on Page t-A




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Jewish Orientation Is Chief Concern
WAS : v
I B'na; 1
ta-- .dependeniiv
10k at the
in Am.
am the mawr and pr:
I :can Jen
i will be tlu Jewish orien-
\*:. of ;heir chil
The km which
7 pen >'.' :t;x>rt
k b> Dr
A .' Savannah, president
of E -iai B'nth. at the openir
al meet. itl board of
indicated I
g of the cultural
and Jewish identifications
- and neani to cope
.rvpover^hments in Jewish
" are already the d
concern- of the Jew.-
The problem< of anti-Semit;
sine from the
. rightj movenH nl ai
-or
political extremism, rank second in
Iwencj among tfx- maj
likely to claim the attention of
American Jewj dun:
tail foro
showed an Jewry'i rela-
tionship with Israel ranked third,
but. it was pointed out. this re-
ject was investigated prior to last
Jam > War
Dr Waxier said the stud] -bowed
that "more affirmative acti
aaiaed Je' are required
- at i J< ,-n > outh from
awaj from Jewish moot
ward a more humj cietj
He urged Jewish federations and
em-
phasis in their allocations to Jen
educational institutions and
pros:r*m>. since medical and social
are incr
subsidized by public grants "
The task forces listed the follow
hey
forei as
.n t:., : \- deea U i be loss among
,!eisfi youth uf invorfeiajem
authen'K J -" expression, Oj
imilation;
domineering mil..
.1. wish experieno
(arailj lift tin T!'"' '
A.
commui a the present lack .>
in Je"
'
Jen into a neo
k.n.!
out religious emphaa s
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{mbassador's Ball Sot
For December 23rd
i ial Ambassador Ball
trie patronage <>f the
11! Israel and sponsor
: Greatei Miami Isi ael
11 niaation, \wll be held
evi nin Die x\. in the
i room of the Fontaine
i i
k. pioneer Miami resi
.is bei n acti>< in Jew
,1 life for mure than
I mill he chaii man of
i ii Mr- Anna Brenner
i r< vt A be grand host! (S "t
l ,11
incing preparations for
. Ball Mr Blank *airl that invi
latioi Ik- lasued shortly fur
I i' v e n I which traditional!)
Ii i Umax the annual I>
H drive Mr Blank noted
i are no solicitation! si
It .1 honorees of Israel
h >l SI.iioo or more in the
< ir .ire issued invita
h M Blank emphasized that
Hall climaxing the his
|: A Isra< Six-I aj W a
deration of Jerusalem
I r.e of the salient events in
|t tiisti ot the community "
highlights of the ;>>"
if Um Ball will be
I'm ., ntation of the emissa
' i of the emments
whoa offu .ii presence at the Ball
^^; I' emphasize the stature which
''"' youn Israel has .it
d in hei place among the
Prest i : hi s> na
ie .Hid oi mal honorees
of the year, bj their respective
i abbis and organizational heads, re
flective bl Miami's Bond With-Is-
rael in this yen- ol destinj.
Presentation ol the young
ladies-come ol age, -\ mbolic of the
chain ni tradition from generation
ei ati n in the service ol the
peopli ol Israel;
Kormal presentation ol the
Eleal oi R losevell Human i
eej were
Archibald Mel eish, Justu e w il
liam Dou tlas, Di llenrj King
^'-i1 ford and lasl year John S
Knight, publisher ol the Miami
Herald
Mrs Meyers noted that the Ball
i i sentiall) an oc b on ol cele-
bration full of color and paean
trj She -aid thai music throughout
the evening will he provided bj
the Vincent Lopez Orchestra and
.in Israeli ensemble
Elks' Holiday Ball
To Help The Needy
Needy families and crippled chil-
dren u ill benefit from the am
holidaj ball sponsored bj the Mi-
ami Elks Lodge to be held oi
i at 0 p.m.. m the
Bayfronl Park At ditorium
The partv will feature thi
ol the \ lucent I i pez ok in iti n i
some 50 door prizes
Ai thur ll Miller serves as chair-
man ol the yearly e\ ent,
SAM BtANK
MRS. ANNA BRtNNIR MtYtRS
Israel Invites Arab Pilgrims For Moslem Religious Fete
JERUSALEM fJTA)The Israel
authorities announced this week
ems from other countries
v. ish.r ake the pilgrimage to
the Dome ol the Rot k In the Old
City of Jerusalem, a sacred Mos-
tie, during the holj month
ni Ramadan can apply for Israeli
The military government
said there was no objection in prin
i iple to their admission.
The authorities wer< preparing
to help the Moslems with their ob
servance of the hoi) month in the
usual fashion, including the dis
a cannon each morning
at sunrise The authorities said
that Christian Arabs wishing to
visit Bethlehem during the Christ
mas season "ill be permitted to do
SO unless (he individual concerned
i- considered a security risk
Documentary Stamps Expire
Postmaster K M Dunlap an-
nounced this week thai documen-
tary stamps will not be sold at post
offices alter Dec 'A 1 I he e
tion .Ian. 1 of the federal law re-
quiring tax -tamps on real esl
transactions will bring to an end
more than a centur) of selling doc-
umentary stamps b) the Posl
fice Depa and the Intel
Hi" nue Sen ice
who orders the
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The Winds Of Change
In Not So Gay Paris
1 I ] |c 1
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:
"ta-
pl
Soviet Union
tads the Jewish Si i
I eriod oi
;enden.- fledgling n
..... rmpion or: I
motional scene than Rua
r a she:' -1 however, the
shifted into its cur
'
do no wrong and Israel could
o right.
Nearly all Iher Commu
s followed the same pattern
towards 1.
n the K- and turned
insl Israel when Moscow did.
To a lesser extent Britain has
seen fit to shift its policy toward
iber of time- In the two decades
rung typical British reserve In not joing
' : .....
For bablv suited to their
is various I i n and Afr.
reversed their per with
ect to Israel ac the dictates of
r : -": rial interests.
Ever, th towards Israel esi
by the United E is not been w I
ips and downs at times assuming a very
ii i] form.
The latest mplete a re-
... ...
of Pres. : rrles d= Gaulle.
Once c rj the clos I md staunchest
v......Is
.:'.-.-. Arab car
ering a" : (gainst 1st '. rivaling some
Arab spoki
It should b
in most of the
has turned ag iel. the attitude
::gely t; has
.ot ben shared bv the peopli li
i or. t!>
:
of faee I
I has 1
kn
to Do G .
The [act thai tl '
... ....
I
Semittsm whicl
wrv ex
Israel and deplored
This latest jver DeGaul'.e's
selection of ex;
what many Isr
.g: Tho cannc'
pend for its security on the friendship or good-
will at any nation but must rely on its
resources along with the continuing support ol
its only consistent allyworld Jewry.
HeADyfO^ THE NEXT J06

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but the second
lewish spii leader
ist Sh;. "ember, a bomb was set oij at
.;on's Temple 1
baum serves as rabbi.
While the Jackson
nounc^d the posting of I
uon of the culprits and t
ernor denounced th
repetition cf such acts of '
linst a rabbi would ca:'. for s 11
measures.
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.... ... ths. In 1 :
I
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Tribute To The Miltcn Sirkins

l
Violence In Mississippi
The bombing of the home of Rabbi
Perry E. Nussbaum In Jackson, Miss., has
rotne as a shock to all decent citizens in tho
on largely because it was not an isolated their role of active leadership.
Ista
In citing th coup'<
'
o* th"
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ar>H inr: ItOt t>n
'.
Mr. and Mrs Sirkin :.
m a broad rar:
mur have
vita! needs at the local, natic:
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smration bv th* Sirkins as they
Hf\1 v.7A,//.t \f '%,, /
JOSEPH ALSOP
ALSOP
Kennedy and Johnson
U ASHING TON The tragic an
rarj .: President Renne ly -
!,. en observed
- in dim. that P
dent Johnson ha- now com|
in in.-* i
h mei 'ins
K| irrent
ot Uh Ki
Ij \ .: isti iti h who hve now
i issionati hnj 'i
II h .- I e n -.
pel mis ivem -- I
iutsc pursued by St n lot>
i Keni I) in the malti
'- el Ni Hut it is still blat
fraud
ths real nati re ol
ilien President's
look ^ .'ii M casts
real light mi the ect in Ar-
thur Schlesingei '' Thousand
Days.' jH'ihap- because Schlesin
ger hinueh was on the losui| tide
the tad remains that Mr.
Kennedy's world outlook was the
center of an Intense struggle that
lasted from hi* election thi
at least the Oral year of hi- Id
numeration.
Di.sputr On (abii.fl
The composition of the Cabinet
w..- the Brst subject In dispute
linger, I'rof John Kenneth
Galbraitfa and other like-minded
- wanted Uh- late Adlai
Stevenaon for secretary of
and the) kysm almost hysterically
oppose to the Presidi
it Douglas Dillon for secretary '
the treasury (Their choke for the
if you can believe it,
wai Sen Albert Core I Prei
Kennedy firm!) rejected their .it
vice on both counts
Th<- outcome of this first ro
Which include'! the semiexile of
Steveni ta the l aited Nations,
in tur: foretold the cojirae of the
after President K-
ffta Ai thli ri portei
e time, It was a i u i
the hard boik
i
int in this
.ii the
exile of c heater Bot i
,.i
misleadn
I I Ken
I'look KI
decid
' ol the soft both
' ion. II duly
red
\ Fringf Figure
The extent ol the defeat
the r.-ai roles p
in the K. :. I) Mminlstratioa by
the person- in the soft boiled
faction p/ho now adopt ihe pos-
ture of being true continual
the late President.- thought.
Schlesinur to l>e;in with, was al-
ways .-, fringe figure. Cherished
by President Kenned) for being
excellent company, he repeatedly
had to lurk at the door of major
policy nuttings in order to ask
the actual participant- .
been de< ided and why
In the tan e fashion a '
tent Kennedy al i
Prof Galbraftli
,i i. iee
msly i
- adtIce, v.hirt!

cl ->( V let Nam \-
third if this
ti imvirate, R i
i
.-, to Um
dj rears.

There ii some Iro
m the i < oi the ab'.>- 'i
for
si eloquent apei i
who brou..I I .i>.)dv*in h^> -. I
White House and made
if him He i- genci
rn .i K.
tnit he wa-
John-.ii! j !' Isei m th
when hi- adsu-e counted ><:.
If you glance at the other !
of the coin, moreover. J
even clearer evidence tl
braith Schle-tniter and C
are not Kennedy coni
For whereaa their advice
Vt7 llttk in the Kenneo.
those whose advice counu
BHkSl then had. and still ha\
day. ideas of an altogether
brent sort
\il\irc iha! lomilrii
Schlesingcr is correct that Pi
ident Kennedy had about P
up hi- mind to terminate '.
Husk- secretaryship of itau
1861 and, although MCreta
Husk did not press his viswi
all strongly while John Keni
lived But along witli the I
present, brilliant Theodore S
i the three other men to a
I ice the late President eave '
creates! weight were ceita
Secretary ot Defense Kobt-rt W
Hi.Ion and Mi I
Bui
three. Dillon I
moved on befori Pi ll
i le his crucial >
Nam; but be the
thej were perfectlj
.'
ill 1'i-rsuient pa
..is laeft, sloi
irj R -k who clueily r
r.i in course in Viet
mi I'h-den; Johnson.
We ca. hi sh
President Kennedy mM '
done itv.t we can tell. With
certainty
don. by the men whose fcl
I're-,dc-nt Kennedy vslaed
highly as President Johns.
docs today Their wild PUl
was. and is. altogether diif
from that now attributed t
late President And the) p
such roles in the Kennedy j
precisely because thi< w..
world outlook that seemed I
to President Kennedy.
Sit, Thr Waafe
P I ulrj by If
Tliuri. S> nJuate.


Friday. December 8, 1967
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

Calls On Dr. King To
Protest Jews' Plight
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
Dr. Martin Luther KinR. Nobel
Peace Prize winner, loft for an
official visit to Communist Russia
One can only wonder about the
purpose o( such a visit and what
after-effects will be forthcoming,
as a result of it.
('oncklenn;: bjs activities In the
civil rights movement and his rJc
VOtiori to freedom, one should ex- j
peel that he will turn Iiin Bttenti in
toward the most suppressed na-
tional minority in Soviet Russia j
the Russian Jewry Since their
status la well -known to him. ha\
bean informed about their condi-
tion! there, a man of his stature
who is able and willing to speak
out for freedom in this country
would also do so there for the
human rights of the Russian Jewry
Surely to bring up this delu ate
question of Communist anti-
Semitism will be embarrassing to
his hosts; but can a humanist
wh EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
In the name of the Hebrew Edu-
cators Alliance of Greater Miami I
would like to take this opportunity
to ofter our congratulations to Beth
David Congregation and to the
State of Israel Bonds for having
chosen Mr l^ouis (iadon as its
guest of honor at the Israel Dinner
ol State this Sunday. Dec. 10th.
It is with great satisfaction and
pride that we witness the Greater
Miami Jewish community bestow-'
ing such a great honor upon one
of the veteran Hebrew educators of
Miami I feel that this is not only '
an honor for Mr. (iadon, who has
devoted himself tor the past 30
years to the education of Miami's
children, but indeed an honor for
all Hebrew leachgra In Miami.
I feel that other Jewish commu-
nities can well take an example
from this action, for the llebiew
<...her is indeed the backbone of
all Jewish communities.
Again, may I extend our heart
felt wishes of congratulation to Mr
Louis gation, The Israel Bond Organiza-
tion and to the Greater Miami
Jewish community
RABBI SHIMON AZULAY,
President,
Hebrew Educators Alliance
trying lo bring out this issue at
the place where these injustices
ire committed?
It is remarkable that a close
Jewish friend of his who was asked
to remind Dr, King of this oppor-
tunity to voice hi- concern to the
Soviet offi< all regarding the treat-
men! ol the Russian Jewry, refused
to do so He was almost sure that
he wo Id receive a rejection to his
request ivith explanations to the'
effect that the Jewish question was
not on the agenda.
This kind of Jewish attitude of
not pinpointing those who claim to
be humanists but do not have the
courage to lace the problem, is to
saj the least, deplorable.
MAURICE GOLDRING
Temple Institute
Features Author
"Jewish LiberalismIts Origins.
Causes and Prospects" will be dis-
cussed 1>> Milton Himtnelfarb at
the Greenfield Adult Institute of
Temple Israel of Greater Miami
Sunday morning at 10.
Mr Himmelfarb is director of
information service of the Amer-
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articles of his on "Federal Aid to
Parochial Schools."' and on "The
Jewish Liberals ami Their Dilem-
ma" have appeared in Commen-
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Isaac Bashevis Singer
Annual Chanukah Mart
Ml mini c( The Heth S
hood an- invitinu their
children t<> the anr,
kali Marl being held at
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|| Mrs Jack iiolncr
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when Isaac Baahevis Singer
t at to Unerica, ho carried with
him the biases of the later immi-
grants, among them the feeling
that American Jews had onl> one
aim to stop being Jews.
Thirty two years later, he is
convinced that American Jewish-
, .- .- is gOO '">' that it is
rot only not finished hut is be-
Hinnin;: a great new chapter in
our 4.000 > car history in combina-
tion with the building of the State
c t Israel
The ..II. Vid lish w i iter mighl
Iticall) have (alien into a
statistical trat> had he not been
- down tO-eaith, BO Jewish. ;is it
were & a passi
of hi- v ork in mamalos
in? a lecture at Reform syna-
i emple Israel he inquired
how many "understood Yiddish "
The show of hands was over
whelmingand in a Reform syn-
ie. yet'
Well, he's neither optimistic nor
pessimistic afaoul the future of
Yiddish as a language Neither
the children nor the grandchil-
dren of the early immigrants
speak it But "Scholars will not
be able to ignore btx> years of
Jewish hlsior) written In Yiddi-h
Y'n v H ill have to study the poem-
and books written, and in that
va\ at least. Yiddish will live "
Wryly, he gave additional .
fort to the Yiddishists, purij
who chargt that his works have
ta'am" because he has brok
en with the Jewish tradition >>i
writing nostalgicall) and senti-
mentallj
h the population explosion
- on be i"" billion i
S K I will need a
tic for h: I". I> thesis they'll
tun to et erything in-
ks written in
i sfa writers including bimsi
-iation. he believes is due
primaril] to "he eagerness of the
wond to know more a:
Jews who .i.-e ignored I
re than a thousand years ex
r stereotypes like Shyioek
Jew ish liter. i no\fltj .
and will wear off The bad books
will be read and the ood
,i- in i try literature
Believing, as hi Iocs, 1
should confine themselves to
what the) k: :- be -
rlos* ly I ;. Europi
hi- >outh "It is hard for in.
write about Jew- DOIT) in An
icj 1 nave written t*<> short
stories onlj M .
Beach, the other about Browns
ville, and 1 guess that covet
of the United States Jews
Some of America's leading lit
erary figures have translated his
works, men like Saul Bellow, Irv
mc Hove and Isaac Ko-enfeld.
Despite this. h< feels that he is a
"heavy loser" because of his fre-
quent use of Yiddish idiom- and
he used to be furious until he be-
gan to translate some of his own
-tones into English 1 now have
great compassion I i trans
l.itors "
To iblem. he
told of the Hebrew translator who
took his descr ption <>: ant
woman in labor to mean,
cried like a woman in the KistS
drut." And when lie -poke of "an
aruma mann" ; i he re
vealed some 20 different interpre-
tations in the Yiddish which lh
- mple U missed
I-aac Bashevis Swivel is a re-
ligious man. with a deep faith in
God; he does not believe m all
the do.ma of the Shulhan Arm!)
although he feels no ties in ra
tionalism (;<>d was with us dur-
the Six Daj -. in my own heart
I know it was a imiaele On< has
to prepare for such miracle- and
the Jews were ready.''
One could make a t .i~- about
two different generations of Jews
and it has been made in other
contexts after listening to two
it literary fiume- mi nieces
sive Sundays Yoii'h.'ul Khe w*ie
-el. a survivor of the concentra
camps -|Mike with deep fer
VOr of the need to fight openlv
for the surviv al ol Russian Jew i >
to protest, to demonstrate, to
make it known to the world that
we are not indifferent to the t
of those Jews as the world was in-
different to the Jews of the holo-
:-t
In answer to a question. S
to manv summed up tle Jew
the shtetl The Russians are too
strong, and if we don't have the
Itaength we should refrjm from
demonstrating It will not help
the Jews of Russia to demon
strate "
He -peaks and writes of an old
world ttiat had fi ous mo
mer.ts in Jewish history, and a
world most of us would ni
make for ourselves Hut as Khe
Wlesel said, and Isaac Bashevti
Singer wool be a Jew
.- to take upon oi.
whole Jewish past l iannot I
dilettante and chouse 1
I B Sinner- works in Yiddish
or in English. i> to miss an as
of the Jewish pa-t
Terry Becker [in ur.iior:.
Voyage to the Bottom ol
loLos Anq t H
v itivi '
Angeles HUJ Mr. and Mn
Joseph Becker o: '
The Hebrnv Teachers Association
of Greater Miami
coi'^^endi
BETH DAVID, RABBI SOL LANDAU,
ALBERT J. BEER, Congregation President,
MORRIS RABINOWITZ, Beth David Israel
Dinner of State Chairman, and its
OFFICFRS
m taking the leader;
.. fduedtor a^d Teachei
Mr. Louis Gadon
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F: re 3-A
> f*istfk rilitr
Friday, December P
Worldwide Protests Hit
De Gaulle Statement
Continued from Page 1-A
( ent
. tb< eon
..on inspired d> ancient mis-
I in our own
,g Je ned by the
inaba ex-
World Wai II
swelled tince t : had acain
la "<
::\< <:".'. the eoui
eir s i -
aid :h:- was hj many coun-
ir.clud:r._ France, were r
-. [sraeli -jtehood and hoped
by using a little modesty, the
Jews might find a peaceful way of
with their Arab neighbors.
K ever, he ad.'ed. since 1956.
wbtn the Susei campaieyi took
e, there appeared a warrior '
State of Israel determined to en-
. r i* That occasion, he said.
w; the Akaba affair, unfortunatc-
1.. eated by Egypt, "which offered
etext to those who dreamed
ihting '
-ponse in France was im
iate and sharp Many leading
-chmen. including members of
Pr.'-. u part>. took i--
ner Prime Minister Gnj Mol-
called a pr< -rence in
~ in the name of his Dc
c and Socialist Federation to
ounce De Gaulle's Mideast poll
and his attack on Israel Mollet
thai De Gaulle "smelled
oil of tl and
ninterested
i
i
Ct.'
Men's Fashion (iiiiM
Gift To Ml. Sinai
check for Sl.Ouu eras pn
M iunl ipital as one
tfa annual
Steak Dinner of th. Mi
I .ion Guild of Greater Miami
presentation was made by
Linn, pa-: president "I the
1 to Judge Harold B Spaet, a
ee of the hospital, and repre
rd the final payment on ;i
- the Guild had
I I to the boa] :tal
in the future of peace in the
or in "the fate of a martyr-nation
\ meet Rf of
Israel in Paris was
id.v forn
membe:. M Cls
Marcus a member ol
- I luncil Jean Louii Tlsiei
ancourt. a rightist lea
rs "ho denounced the Presi
- did Andre Francois Poin-
editor of Figaro, and Ft
Com-
bat
Grand Rabbi Jacob Kaplan
charged that the President had
given "the highest possible sanc-
tion" to a possible wave of anti-
Semitism. He made the charne
after two days of consultations
among leaders of France's major
Jewish groups.
Rabbi Kaplan said that 'to shore
up his denunciation of Israel as an
aggressor, the General attributed
to the Jewish people a secular in-
clination to domination He warn
ed that President de Gaulle ran the
risk of giving the highest possible
sanction to a campaign of discrim-
ination He added that 'French
Judaism declares its solidarity
with Iirael and support- Isr
efforts m favor "i a fair and lasting
The French press of all shad<
opinion, except the Commui -'
tinued to as>ail Gen de Ga
and to repudiate the position he
had taken on Israel The newspaper
Combat said that De Gaulle h.i I
-Toyed any chance of Fi
:n the Arab
I dispute A frontpage edi
al in l.e Monde said there was
unpleasant smell of ant:
i Gen le < liaise s re
mark- The newspaper. Aaron
; wa- "unthinh
able" that a responsible Fr<
.,., lei ihould be guilt) of i i
crimination It said that the
Fr< nch people rejected the Pi
- "incredible attitude
Internati mal \ U I
Semitism issued a statement
Gei l< Gaulle's views
URGE BOYCOTT
OF FRENCH GOODS
WASHINGTON ITA
Rep. FJward J D
Iliino: Hep blican. denoiinc-
.! President Cl

for hostility
i boy-
Imenl
France Mr Dl
for the <
I
the current holiday
buying se
Dr. Narol to Lecture
In Beth Torah Serieg
The next lecture scheduled for
the Beth Torah I -
- on The Jew and the Happen
e on Wednesday
Dec 13, at 8 90 p.m in the Sane
tujr>
Guest lecturer will be Dr
R. N'arot. of Temple Israel, who
w.ll -peak on Prophetic Ideals
Peace. Truth and JusticeCan It
Happen Here""
Mr> Stanley Cohen serves a>
senes chairman.
Israel Cabinet Score
Attack By De Gaull
c
N
5A1 im T\ Foreign
i s i *i I Use
I
i
inti-
'
'
to I .in.-.
ued
the il Franco Isr
tions would impr \e
turn to their traditional state
President Charles de Gaulle's
bitter attack on Isreet was de-
nounced by a special Cab.net
committee as "a distortion of h /
tory, and a grave injury to the
Jewish people and the State of
Israel."
The Parliament's committee on
foreign affairs and socuritj
ntire Cabinet headed bj Prime
v sti I e Battkol met in .
and adjourned w-
erhearlnf
'' I
n the r- I Na
inryl em* k
the Middle Fa-"
|.> the osn
committee re:->
lovi I by
I on Not II. that
. nn no OC copied Vrab ter
under the \ i m of a
p.a. treats arrived y
With the \
that, until then, the pres.
I be mair.:..
Members of the r-.ghtwing He-
rut Party put up posters m Tel
Ai) n*ar the French Embassy
bearing he slogan: "Long Live
Franca! Down With De Gaulle!"
This protest, as with most criti-
csm here of the anti-Israel state-
ments by President de Gaull* it
his press conference in Paris at-
tempted to draw a line between
the French chief of statt and the
French people.


Gen cV
|i to be anl
.' i

State Israel, but
h.-ir beli< < that U
and iym| atl
.md the Jewish na
Student groups bold
ition in the vm
French Kmhasay a-
protested Gen de Gaulli late
Ufa and voiced en: I
ship for France.
1
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Friday, December 8, 1967
+Jenisli tkrilktr
Page 9-A
Chanukah Festival Will
Feature Dance Group
The :. nial Chanukah Festival
of Great) Miami will Ik- held on
tin- iir-- and BCTd ninhts of
(hanulu bee no and z~ at Dade
Count) Auditorium, ;t wai an-
u. eh l>v Dr Aaron
K.ihan. executive director of th-
Grei ni Isi < I Hnnd Organ-
iaation. which sponsors the event i
For : first time in the historv
o! t! It, tin- entire program
v. ill i 'i all Israeli ensemble
of top-li singers, dancers and
othei variety performersell
<>; wrhon served with distinction in
the !> Six Daj \\ ii
} i the e\ eilt M ill be the
Israel G and Music-Hall, a troupe
o! ilxtj Israeli entertainers who
have Im. a acclai.ned i>y critics and
audienct since they arrived in the
United States last month
In announcing details of the fes-
tival. Dr. Kahan said. The Chanu
kah Kef..',al this year will truly be
in the spirit of the Maccabees of
old. Two thousand years ago Judah
Maccabee rallied the people of Is-
rael and led them to victory in one
of the greatest victories for free
riom in Daman history The Chanu
kah Festival this year will brine
to Miami a group of young Israelis
boy* and girlswho only a few
month- ;.ko gave a living demon
stration of the spirit of the Macca
beei b fighting for Israel's life
and rtI .:iiiii: Jerusalem to Jewi-h
hands for the first tune in 2.000
yun
Greater Miami residents who
have i rehased Israel Bonds in
1967 ar> eligible to receive com
pUmen'.l : tickets of admission to
the ( h. ikah Festival Details can
be oh:, it i from the Israel Bond
office i : Iron vnagogues In
the Cr- .ter Miami area
The Grand Music-Hail of Israel
opened *s first American tour on
Nov l .. Philadelphia following a
triump! Pal isian run Public
pert in Greater Miami
will c nue at the Dade County
Auditoi urn through Jan 7
Sixt; Israeli dancers snd singi
cavon lapping, foot-
stamp ari< -how which fea-
ture* famous Karmon Kistadrut
balli folk sing
ers Ilan and llanit. The High Win-
dows and the llacarmelins. Almon-
?ino. who has peuecieu ute ancicni
' h nese art ol hand shadow projec
lion beyond description, i> pn >ent>
ed along with a master oi the
vibraharp, Nichri.
Directe lb) ii ternationally fa-
mous Jonathan Karmon and u
musical direction b) Yitzhak G
liani, noted Israeli <.....luctor, the
show was mounted b> French im
pressario Bruno Coquatrix win..
with the full cooperation of Ihe Is
raeh government, auditioned more
than 700 acts
Prior Chanukah Festivals were
all complete "sell outs" and stand
in,: room only crowds are expected
at this year's Chanukah Festival.
Israel Bond officials noted, sug-
gesting that ticket requests be
made early
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P-A
vJenist fkrkJi. nr
Friday mber 8
Israel Warning Swires cleric: Rabbi
Soviet Bomber Force
Continued from Page 1 A
!)! last October. The Times"
t iru correspondent said that the
!ti u;i~ no match tor Israel's
R rase tiyhters but could handle
I M\s; if tighter and could pose
II threat ot niuht boatbinf Mon
i: portant. per hap.-, they ii pre-cnl
dement ol the olten-ive to the
A Jb world which somewhat un-
I. rly looks to Cairo to provide
T! oroign Minister Abba Kban and
I1 tense Minister Moshe Dayan ad-
ned thf ( abinet on the current
i.i.il and security situations
F'kui said tha: be had informed
f Prench Ambassador I hat Israel
I; dc ties with France in the atmosphere
friendship that prevailed prior
ti Presi< enl de Gaulle's attack on
I- .1.1 at in- No\ -T press
nee.
Jen Da) at n ported that the
si ib (age -the blasting
of the water reservoir at Alm.vjor
near the Syrian border, was the
first instance of Syrian terrorists
crataing the cease-fire line directly
into Israel. I -ually. he -aid. sabO
teurs from Syria entered via Jor-
danian territory.
Previously, (Son Dayan had is-
sued a stern warning to Jordan
hat it sabotage incident.-continued
along the .Jordan River, the cease
fire line since the end of the .tune
war. the Jordanian population also
might not live in peace. Gon D-
..an said 'hat Israel wanted to
maintain peace along the cease
tire lines m the occupied territo-
ries, but that it unrest continued, it
would be unrest both v ays He
-aid that "there can In- only peace
or war There i- no intermediate
se
Gen. Dayan said that within a
year the Arabs would have Ihe
auie rumbei ol tanks and planes
. ley had prior to the June .'i
and lhai some ol these 'will be ol
.i belli i i)pe" than their pre J
:., He said a n newal ot
. had been made "rather
i.-ibie bj the speed ol Aral) re
nl by the So\ iet w hich
had beei Fastei than ex
ed
Continued from Page I-A
lowed io eetabllsR suA contact-,
and expressed the hope to the pre
t that Soviet authorities would
facilitate Rabbi Levin's acceptance
of the SCA invitation. Other mem-
ber- ot the delegation asked the
prelate and hi- three colleague-.
who left for the Soviet linon. about
he failure of Soviet officials lo
keep promises for publication ol
Jewish prayerbooka, permission for
.lens to maintain a seminary f training ol rabbis and (or reunion
of Jewish families The Ruaaian
prelate -aid he u.i- not sufficient!)
informed about the details of Jew
Ish life tn reply lo such questions
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ridgy, December 8 19C7
Becker Due
In Miami
For Parley
The head of Uriel's mant labor
federation will vtsil Florida this
week, and will be guest of honor al
a community wide reception Satur
riat nisht at 7:30 o.m n the Pon
taincbleau Hotel's French and
Jade toonis
Aharon Becker, Secretary Gen-
eral of IQatadrut since IQCI, will
he in .Miami Beach as the personal
pj -r of Georsjv Meany, president
of the AH. ("In .lunnB the lahor
OTga ./ation's annual convention
Mr Becker a member "f Israel's
Ki easel since 1961, will i>e feted si
a meeting convened under the aiis
pices of the national and Cii
Miami Israel Histadrut Commit-
tees Moe Levin, president of the
Greater Miami llistadmt Commit
Ice will be chairman of the cv<
nine
Vrranajsjments for the reception.
at which there will be no solicits
lion it fund., are beini handled b)
mmittee hi aded bj Dr Leoi
h of Tempi, Beth Sholom,
i vice president of Hista
drut; Jacob Kifkm. chairman ol
lie s-nith Florida Council for Mod
ical Services and Vocational Irani
ing in Israel; and M -- Lillian G< a I
H :it of the Women's I>i
-. i.". ol tin- South Florida Council.
ANo working on plans for the
affair are Dr Sol Stein of New
York, national executive director
>f Histadrut who will accompan)
Mr Becker to Miami Beach; Mrs
Elsie Bonem and Mrs Trudy Mam
erachlac arrangements cochair-
men; Morris Ncwmark, Histadrul
tn-asurer for Florida, and Moahe
Herman. Florida director for His
tadrut
Mr. Becker who emigrated to
Israel in 1924, has played ma-
jor role in the .growth of the State
of Israel and in the increase of
Histadrut to a labor federation
with more than 1,000,000 mem-
bers.
lie is the Israel Workers' dele
..' .it the Inti national Labor
Conferences and has been deput)
'>t>er of the governing bod) ol
the International Labor Organiza
lion, the ILO, since 1954 Me alsti
serves on the National Advisor)
ommittee of the Bank of Israel
He ha- c.niicd out numerous
nis. ons abroad on behalf of His
olrnt and has written extensivel)
in economic .md labor problems
He is married and has a son and
\ki< married daughters
* ffHiU Ikjrirfiti

AHARON gfCKflr
Vandals Desecrate
Hartford Cemetery
IIAJtTFORD Conn .1 l.\i A
'.' e : i andalism in the Jew ish
section nl ,i local cemelcrj where
re than 130 gravestones were
: limed ami I a litter of i mpt\
liquor bottles and beer can drew
xpi i --.ons of shock and disgust
tin- week from Hartford's Chief ol
Police and from the head of the
lewish Federation's com munit) re
lations committee
The i itions, which occur
red at Ihe Zion Hill Cemetery while
the caretaker was on vacation,
were confim d lo ;he Jew i-li
tion Damage was estimated in ex
cess of $2.ooo
Police Chief John Kerrigan said,
"These daatardl) act. committed
by unknown bigots who defiled and
tnppWd gravestones ol Jewish de-
ceased are appalling and. I feel cer-
tain, shock the conscience of all
men ol good will cvcr\whcn
Jerrj Wagner, chairman of the
Federation CRC, said, "We want
to express our shock that such an
incident could happen in Hartford
tti are satisfied thai the police de
part men! is doing everything to
apprehend those guilt) and assured
thai this <* ill not happen again
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MIMBIft DADl COUN1Y CHAMBIR Of COMMIH l nemploymcnt Down
Since Six Day War
NEW YORK UTAi I nempltu
nunt in Israel has been cut in
since Ihe S;x Da) War last June,
bul it is still a serious problem
which can be overcome only bj
increased capital investment in
' Kport i and ncreased
imm oi .i, i |0 [srael,
Becker, set retary gem
"i Histadrut. said hi re last week
' the 4Kb annual convention ol
the National Committee for Labor
Israel Mr, Becker spoke before
.'i.iXM) delegates who attended the
four day conclave Other speakers
included Mrs Golds Men. former
Foreign Minister of Israel; and
American trade union leaders
l.ouis Stulberg and Jacob S Pa
tofsk) Histadrut is Israel's feder
ation of labor
Mr Becker, who came I i Ni *
York follow ins ;> tour ol fh e Latin
American countries, said that there
are aboul l'i......i unemployed in
Israel, huh is hall of whal il was
at the beginning ol last June bul
still o lai c a number He said
' that an estimati d $1.9 can
be elfectivel) invi
during (hi n< xl five
years of v hich hall sho
from foreign sources and the re
maindt r from Israel's ov n t
omy
Vi 'her cconomtt expert, Shi-
mon Alexandroni, Economic
ister of Israel, told .. session ol Ihe
American Histadrul Development
Foundation that sft billion had
been invested in Israel since 1990,
and that the country honed to in-
crease its gross national product
al an annual rate of 8 percent
The parlC) marked the opening
of a drive to raise Sri million in the
United states and Canada to aid
Histadrut': health i ducation and
welfare set i ic< in Israel VI
i o iclu ii : ol 'in com ention, a roll
of Ihe di le ales shov ed that.
Iota 1968 goal, $1,242 000
li.i- a en pledged
Joseph Schlossbcrg "as reeled-
resident of Ihe National < om-
ttei for Labor Israel Charles S
Zimmerman was elected chairman
ol the Board of Directors Louis
Hollander was elected chairman oi
the national executive committee;
William II Sylk was chosen chair
man of the American Histadrut De-
velopment Foundation: and Sam
uel .1 l.eirak was elected chairman
of the Foundation's national ad
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ABuOATH ISRAEL. 7801 Canylc Av.
Orthodoa. Ratioi imw vsr

AHAVAT 5HALOV CONGREOA
TiON 9S5 6W 6h Ava. Ortholox
Cantor Morris Barr.

ANSHE EMES 2533 SW 19th Ave
Ccitrniivf Cantor Sol Pakowita.

BETH DAVID 26^ SW 3rd Ave
Conservative Rabbi Sol Landau
Cantor William W Lipson.
.i ; .;' p in Si rn
Moan* Dayan, i-i : Wai Hi
nrah
i-~ i .. Mttsvah > n, non
ill and Mm
I |> m
----
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Avenue
Orthodox Rabhi Salomon S-ruff
laj IS p in B urdaj 9 .i m
n.i.l;,,-,h Sabbatl Ken
Hadaaaari Mini ha P m
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St M B
Orthodox Uabbi Berei Wein.
BETH JACOB. 30i Washington Ave .
M B Orthodox Rabh Shmaryaro T.
Swirsfcy. Cantor Maurice Mamrhes.

IETH KODESH 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional Rabhi Max
Shapiro Cantor Ben Oickion.
p in s. rn m VI "hal-
, gt |o n>\ ell- i >ffl< and
,. |j i led w tti
S..IH s hulv I anted n
itih .i~ president Pull su< will
I Mr- ': : B '
,.'. Haddaxaati Sahba h Rudoll
Mali' i. ill hIm h. ii- > tui
4', .. m Si rmon: "i 'ur Fa
H- nn
ETH TORAH. isatr) St and NE "tk
Ave. Conservative Rabbi Max Lip
achitz. Cantor Jacofc nxer
Prtdaj 5 and I IS p.m Baa Mltavah
iMi.i:. daturhter ol Mr and Mra
Beymour LlehtenfeM Saturda)
. m Bar Mltavah: Stephen Amdur,
i Mi R Rnaii han. Mart*, aon
i 1 Mr ai 'i Mrs i.i w Ii La vy.
----
ETH SOLOMON. 50 NW 51at PI.
Conservative.
i-- ,i. v ': i- in Hadaaaah Sabbath
Mra Maurice Blmrnonw,
.f Miami Chaptei
m idda --..ii Baiurda) I m Mini ha
p m
---- ----
BETH TFILAH 935 Euclid Ave Or-
thodox Rabbi Joseph E Rackovsky.
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BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION.
136 W. Dixie Hwy Conservative.
Rabbi David Roaenfeld Cantor Ben
Zion Kirschenbaum.
a-rlday B IS pro Sertnni \ Daujtht-
Bax Mttas ah Judj
. I Mi and Mr- 81
..U'"h S.i t u' 1. i \ 4. :i m .-
pi ii ion of the Week
---- ----
B'NAI RAPHAEL 401 i 1Mrd *t
Conservative. Rabbi Charles M Ru-
bel Cantor Jack Lerner.
- ----
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION
OF MIAMI. 124? Wahmgtnn Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Dew Roaencwaig

FT LAUOEKOAl e EMANUEL. 18C1
8. Andrews Ave. Reform Rabbi
Richard M. Leviton. lji.ic Jerome
Klament.
OHtV SHALOM. 7t1 Bortfta Or M.B
>aitrj,o> laaV r-mni-as m i -
atui'l.i' "" a m S. i .1
Ww> .Minrtia '.-l. pin
iFmDiC .'t* 'N"R 64?
Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmias.
e
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE 18151 NE
19th Ave Orthodox. HabOi Jonah E
Caplan
I- .'.<\ S ., 11.1 i m S liimi
im.-ni-in Pan K
li -ata, Mr and Mra, Hi lie*
Saturday 8 .i m Bern I m
.nil Thi '. K ldduh i i
r ..f Mr and Mr- J .. Abui
Mini ha m
"EMPLE AOATH YKSHURUN Con
aervatlve i0?*> hiE 'P'r^ st Miam
r.ird-n< Ril Rahbi Milton Schlmsky
Cantor Marry Sterling.
in Hadaxnal S i l>l
rsuesl speaker, Mra XI
aduli educa lion Klrnidn
I i h .if ihi N'.i' Ii nal W mi I I
CUi
.f 111. I
i- eu>
CANDLELIGHTING TIME
6 KISLEV 5:09
v 11.- rli .i Tnpii Stni .1 i 'p .. .i i;.
. u ti : Saturda; i am
Mltzvah Bai rj Peril
--------- e ---------
TEMPLE BETH AM 5950 N Kendall
Dr.. S Miami. Reform Rabbi Htr~
bert Baumgard Cantor Mirhaei Kyrr
in l >i Raumjrard will
i. ev. the I- i. Betweel P
Child, i.\ Di Hatm ilnnil
Satui da) 11:1." i.m iai Milsi '
f: n 'i 'l" < i Mi Ki
1 r I v n <-l* Mt !"'! Mi -
Lloyd Qardnei
---- ----
TEMPLE BETrl EL OH HOLLY
WOOD 1301 S 14th Avs Reform
ttnhl *tr^t,ei Jaf'-
ill Vouth i !r. DP ill
pr..... drama lltli .1 Man, When
Arl Thi.u
TEMPLE BETH RAPHAEL '545
****^n *ve r*nae^vativa Rabhi
David Raab. Cantor Saul H Breeh.
.V 1 :. p HI S. I nil'!! ,'.
i .. I.. Kor Vou \\ hai > u
Can !* for Saturdaj
in Si rmon TI Laddi
! ii. ..in- Mlnrha p in

TEMPLE OR OLOM Connervative
87^* SW '*th St V..m. o-r.-
Raloh Z Glixman Cantor Berjlmn
ben An.
Pi da> I p.m Saturda; I n
Mltavah Michael son Mi i Mra
Jami 8pa> loi Mini ha i> m

'IFERETH 'SRAtl 6"-"' N Mlaff
Ave Conservative. Rabbi Ralph
Carnn Cantor Albert Glantz.
- e
TIMPLE ZION 8X Mil'er Rd Con
servative Rabbi **>d Wixman
Frul.iv Brli |i in Ser| I
J. lah Ba i Itlinerved
Modi rti \ in. .. i ", rn
Mitaval I
Mrs ; rs-i Kli In
e
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GRFATrR Mi
AMI aOO NE 17'st St Orthodox
o,i,r ,. aftall Ptii
n
Mil in
e
YOUNG iSRAiL O" MIAMI "FAC
1542.44 Wash .njton Ave. Rabbi A
Ben Hillel
TEMPLE SHOLOM 132 SW 11th Ave pr.da>
Pomp-no Beach. Conservative Rab-
bi Morria A. Skop. Cantur Leon
Segal.
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rEMPi t bmanu FL iTni Washing
tn v C"-""!'1*' ihbi irvlno
Lahrman. Cantor Zvi Adler
......,nn l:aj |i in I'uliui Kueat
\ Itu-i lilk. Sal u<
sent* 'Hr'fvly PWti.'n I
le. unptr < '"
n m
MPLE ISRAEfc mm UH* A T r at 4M
%IU S? n.F 'th bt Reform Rat>bl
*^^ph R Narot
i iii S. i Bton l-'ir-t Ihi
Children and 11.- BchcMds ..'"i now
Whai Will Klorldi
Ui-a Thr< \. >
----
TEMPLE IS>MAtw O-' .vllRAMAH
3500 SW 69th W.iy. Con-n vati ve
Rabbi Irwin Cutler.
a
TEU'LE JUOEA 5500 Granada B.vd
Re'orm Rabbi Morris Kipo'r
i is p m Saturda)
Mark l un : '
i Knaenki
*
rEMu MtNOii-i a. ta *
Conse-vative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owiW Canvor Nico Feldman.
---- ----
TEMPLE SINI OF NORTH DADE
lnr,porar> otti'e. 1880- NE 22no
A.i Reform haobi Ralph Kingsley.
la) i'. |i in Si rmon 1H I
.. tnnr Pi
mri I' s State I i
Mil Steven,
Mra Bel..... II W aliern All
,i \\ .i-i.,i i Ii i.il.
. \ i: ii Tth si

TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB 951 E
4th Ave.. Hiaieah. Conservative I
a-ihi Maueiee H'-in
lay v IS pin Queal speaker, Mra. i
Mai' in Zla;li ul Ihi Miam I'm
,,( Hadai | Shabbal hoi It 'I
b) Til.n lh l-r.i. I \\ om< I
Porl n of the Week
Bar Mitivah Daniel Jai i-. son nf ,
.1 rs Hernai d [a p> Iti h

TEMPLE ZAMOPA 44 Zamora Ave
- *er
ger. Cantor Seymour Hlnkea.
i\ \ is p in Hadaaaah Sabbath
i iii- Mr- Ralph Hankln
da) i in 84 rmon S< i .i-iur-
.il I..
e
TEMPLE BETH SHALOM of Holly-
wood 17?-- Mnnro- St Conservit.v-
Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor
Philip Lutman.
a
'FMPLE BF1H SHOI OM 4144 Chas.
^v Liberal Wabhi Leon Kromsn
Cantor David Convtser
m Rabbi Da I I
How Havi u. Pall-
. I 'in > utli Satw da) l" 4'. :. m
liar m lit .1 i:..i n Allan, I Ml
I .l.i.i- Kr.i\ iti
a
TEMPLfc BtTH TCV 4ia e.W **>
at Coi-s^rvative Rabbi Simon AsHI.
: Had
Mr- Sim %pi Sal
i >. rmni r- ii
ihi \\
TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 275 NW
?ih Street Conservative. Rabbi
Abraham M Cassel
, "i Kermoi Tin r i.
im Pycl kiar ami
r \ hlatr) Saturda) I I m
a
TEMPLE NER TAMiD (Oth St. inr
Tatum Waterway Modem Tradi
tionil Rabbi Eugene Laboviti Can-
fir Ei-ward Klem.
i> in Pal urda) I I
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
Gate To Heaven
By RABBI DAVID ROSENFELD
Beth Mosha Cort*re This week's Sedn, \':ivet7e. be
|1m w:lli l'ii-c words. "And Ja-
mb left Bin-rsheba. and went in
Haran." The FJabbis of the Talmud
a.-k. why does
the Torah re
peat thCSC
word-'
It i< to em
u that
when righteous
|i. opll 1 r .1 \ I
a community,
their absence
bj ti-ll For a
righteous por-
son [a the ipleii
dor the elory,
the community
town, the lustre

obbi emlsH
the beaut) ol
When he leavi -
and the bx'auty departs with him
A town is beautiful not for her
buildings nor for her riches, but
for the righteous people who dwell
therein.
Sodom and Gomorrah were beau
tiful cities, but morally Ugly
Jerusalem was called the crown
of beauty, because people of in
tegritj dwelt there Peace, Justice
and truth prevailed there.
The Talmud brings this story:
Once Kabbi Joshua took a trip to
Rome He was thrilled by the
buildings and roads of this great
metropolis He looked at the beau
tiful statues covered wUh coslh
tapestry as probction from th-
cold of winter an*heat of summe
While he was admiring the beaul
of the statues, a beggar :
his sleeve The man was standing
there in rags, cold and hungn
Kabbi Joshua loohjtd nt tne ma
nificence of the huildii i,-'
rc-s of Home, then he
the man in rag*. Here la
ing of stone. Ufelna,
eovered and psotecte I,
i- a man. a human belli ,t |
in the image of God,
hungry and cold. A ei
that places more empli..
buildings than upon bums valuis
and human beings ,
Hirvive one musi val
l>eins of those in the ,
around him as if his owi
and welfare were at it
The loftiest ambition
not to stand tall in tin |
rather to stoop down let
to lift mankind a little b
his dream Jacob saw a la Idi n
angeLs climbing on it a stood nearby, promised to
and his children the Lax the
Bible. To make a better
must lead a noble dedicate 1
righteousness, to ascend I
through repentance, prs -"d
charity Every heart can -a
gate to heaven, a holy ter i
LIVING HEBREW
hgjf conversations taken from everyday life in l-rael
colloquialisms and proverbs'
-v.." .-1
A BIT OF COSSir
TH rfllONE
BY
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Vayetzc
FT. LALDERDALE TEWPLc BETH
ISRAEL 547 E. Oakland Park Blvd.
Rahbi Philip Chaiton Cantor Theo
dore Mmdich.
...
Chi uw
i-
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HALLANDALE JEWISH CFNTER,
?* E Hallandale Beach Blvd.
e
HEBREW ACADEMY ?410 Pinetree
Dr Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S
Cross
---- -
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE S'NAI 120'
Johnson St. Conservative Rabbi
Cav d Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah
Heiibrann
a
ISRAELITE CENTER 3175 SW 2Sth
St Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L
Draz n Cantor Nathan Parnass

I ..!.,-. .- h-HtI mli
Mr- Joeepli lllltoi
---- -
JACOB C. COHrN COMMUNITY
8YNAGOC.UE. T533 Washing!, n Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. *trr
Cantor Meyer Engel
l--.il-
KNESETH ISRAEL 1415 EucH- A
Orthodox Rabbi David Lehrfield
Cantor Abraham SaW.
MINYONAIRES SYNACOGUU. 3737
Bird Rd Modern Traditional. Cantor
Louis Cohan.
Jacob's dream.
Thu fdgf is prcpaitd rn co-
operacion u-itri the- Grrater Mi-
ami Rdbhimral Association.
Cnordinafo-T of fealur ap-
ptd'ing here it
DR MAX LIPSCHITZ
ipiniudl leadtr if Bfth Torah
Corgrejation of North Miaaaf
Btach.
"And he dreamed and behold i ladder set up on the earth,
ami the top ol it reached to heaven and behold the angeli I
God ascending and descending on it" (Gen. 28:12)
VAYETZE On his way to Haran, Jacob lay down to real al
ce where God appeared to him in .1 dream, promising to b<-
him and to give the hind to him and hi- si-.d after him
R Ihi next morning, Jacob lifted the -tone on which he had
lepl and sel il up .1- ., p ir He called the place Beth al, rm bi
ing 'Housi ol God,' and vowed to serve God tin-re when he
returned to his fathei -, The 1 ,:,i w.,u|,i be hit God
In Haran, .1 yean ai 1 shepherd foi
Laban rirsl ife, Leah, teven yean foi hie
ond wife, Rachel, and six yi an for the sheep. Hi- wivei
him then- maidservants Bilhah and Zilpafa 1 Jacob's four
wives bore him 11 sons: Kcui.cn. Simeon, Levi, Judah, Han.
I her, lasachar Zebulun, and Joseph; he also had
daughtei named Dinah At God'i direction, Jacob returned
home to hi- la;lu r' house On the way be met the angels of God
rCao&Micm U elevision f-^roarama
Deo. 10 Ch 7 10 a.m. Th Still Small Vo.ce
Host: Dr. Herbert Baumgard. Temple Beth '
Dec. 10 h. 10. 11 a.m. The Jewish Worship H
Host: Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Temple B
Shalom. Hollywood.
Dec. 12 Ch. 2. 9:30-10:30 p.m. Man to Man.
-: Ministry Beyond the Sanctuary.
Moderator: Rev. Luther C. Pierce
Participants: Dr. Max Lipschitz. Beth Torah
Congregation, North Miami Beach: !
Robert W. Shaw. First Christian Church
of Miami: and Fr. Arthur DeBevoise,
Aquinas Newman Center. University of
Miami.
Kitka: Hello. Sara. ROW ait vou'*
Sara: Who is this. Risla' I hanlv
n's fixd thai you called
I looked fof %>u vrilrrday
al the rj">- I*"1 m vain.
Rika: ll'l aUa>i like Ihis, nh
nis YeJsSCfcel Al die last
minulc he lells nic An
iinrnirlanl nieclinf:'" And
we could not come! How
did Ihe part) .'' \N ho a
Iherc?
Sara: I didn't recognize half of
the faces, li uas aica In
Ihe bejiinn'nf: it iui a l-it
-ul and lense. until llic
IfTHWfthere wanned up and
tetanic ga>.
Riika: I heard that you WOTS >our
while Ju
rjBft7v .r .?
ITTcjUl ta^af! *-'"> .irr? ."?*5"? ^-" ;
.-Vr th,*-*"*- s; "'-n -3 .-
"**! :aL*"~ r""*5" VI )
% w- rr -. m J
tvi wi -a
tPf "5*r--r-, .*.
nah .-;-: rwi .*." "
iwiiM r:r- rx? "]"
an rn rtrs-r
iv- .- -
Sara: ^'cs. my Joseph surprised
tne I -or 0111 wedding
annivcisaiy. he bought me a '?"".. '
lovely necklace from
.lei
Kbka: And Zehava was beautiful
and "alortny," as usual?
V -
L '"-.,: J ^
*
-,s rr to rrK ,".-, t,
"2"Z~2 *VSaWa*l K'" "" ."
.w*sv- rr-r,, irrflr .-. :
r*c*s :*! *: '" -
T
2--1 dt.% ur .r-s Vf*
."*,*" P,t 3
Kika: the main thing n that her )n rK-**: H"V '"r"
GidSoa likts her. _.r ,.?. ,.'..-
Sara: Good for her' What do "J" 2\r-- rt *"* 5'^*-'
men understand about f umqi C" 3
beauty? ... ....*-
Sara: "Stormy." but not so
beautiful Only she herself
is convinced, she's a beauty
queen.
Kika: When it comes to beauty.
we re ail inclined to flaiier
our-;
Sara: Yes, but one should llkgajs
hreasrvcj mikI lasts It
shouldn't be a ease of "a
gold ring in a pig's nose."
....
necklace
convinced
to flatter
faces
stormy (f.)
YOUR DICTIONARY FOR TODAY.
Pa?
D'lTtX-rB
myio
party
in vain
official and
tense
atmosphere
to surpnse
rry
IDIOMS:
A gold rwg in the nose of a pig.
tiood for hw!

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idcry, December 8. 1967
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BOOK REVIEW
svifintfiir b. Uvbtnan
COMMENTS ON
JEWISH BOOK MONTH
Ju tm will not survive a< a
of fund raising, however
worth) may be (he recipient! <>f
thr funds. People who identify
themselves u Jews may survive
without knowing v. hat it means
to be n Jew. The era of ecumeni
(> and conformity, in the name
i d will." ha- emph
of various reli
groupa hut Judaism will n I
vive unless Jewi ire aware of the
,i [ferences hich se| irate Juda
i-m from other religions.
\ ledge ol the uniquely
- law
ual literature, customs and cere
history and philosoph) re-
Stil :r.>m itudj. rea ling and
pralfiee Kaisine funda for to
[sh ciuati floea not, in
r".,k<- n literati Jen We si the
Am Ha-aefjtr, the People
Book who, ironically, do not iuf
,\ value Jewish edu<
rning A people honors
rl it values
\ list of community hon
, unmistakably reveal that
Mindk^aisers are honored beyond,
..nd almost to th- exclusion of.
i e There is absolute!)
iid ut tf ity to
: inda for Jewish causes, but
is th..t the totalit) >! our
l> it a >>ib>timte for ethical V a lues
intellectual development''
Ut ure currently celebrating
B 10k Month, thereby call
ention to books on Jewish
subjects^ It i* fit lime to con-
aider Jewish ichoiarship and the
lack of support which Jewish
scholar* experience Except tor a
few bea| seller* with a Jewish fla
War or Peace in Israel?
"Israel War or Peace'' will be
the aubjeel of talk by Cap! Leo
lardner at the North Shore Lodge,
B'nai H rtth. meeting on Monday
ing a', the SurMde Community
!enter Now regional nles man-
tger for El Al Israel Airlines rap*
lai Iner was aMOng pioneer lead
r- ol Ihe Israeli Air Force
vor, serioui books of Jewish con
tent sell a meager number o
copies, if indeed a publisher will
take a chance on them at all.
Jewish Book Month is aa good
a time as an) ior us to atte.npt
tn be more worthy of our tradi-
tional title. Am Hasefer. During
tin- ei "i do iui> a book uith
Ji iVish coi lenl Joit wish
Publication Soi ': and supi irl
thi ept ol Am .': I ha
nukah achir i ;e J ew
ish b oka as ai p pi iati
Gableite Lt. Davis
On Vietnam Dniv

Firsl Lieul nan| Vlan J Davis,
n ol Mi and Mr.- Dave Davis
d 8710 I. rega I Gables, is
nov. on dul i al Nha I ai .. \B. in
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Lt. Da^ was serving
il Reesi Al B T< \
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h I Davis received a B.C.E,
ree from the University of
Florida and was commissioned
there in 1!*>"> His wife, Barbara.
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I'eter J Steincrohn of 1430 An-
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KALER UNVEILING
The dedication ot a monument
to the memory ot the lat<
MORRIS KALER
will take place
Sunday. December ICth
at 1 1 am at
Mt Nebo Cemetery
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Fndoy Ccr.-mber 8 i967
As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAl
Arab Front Man 'Entertains' I S. Audiences
eiR JOHN
^ B g o I
<, i ii i) b. the
\ Eng
an who
- in his
role .iv com-
nder oi the
trab Legion
10 j ears ago, \ isited a number
of American cities recentlj and
mada Arab propaganda capital
l>\ insisting 'hat the Russians
want the Ai al war
with Israel
I!,- reasonin Egypt, "the
center ol jrat ly in the
world" lias long been coveted
i.\ every ambitious European
>n Power hungry Russia,
di termined to be master ol the
i ide and the rich waterwaj ol
the Middle East, would be fool
ish to make a frontal attack on
Nasser. In Gen Glubb's view,
this would haw been "rather
awkw ard Russ a ai ted the
Is lis to "'" she
wanted th 'ted 5ure
I) not because she lovi the
Jews So Moscow while public-
I] upbraiding the Israeli fon i -
was covertl) cheering them on
This is a shrewd concept, be-
cause undiscrlminating lecture
- often n. fed only
the one pill I" this instance, the
pelh : as American Russophi
bia The H ans i......ming!
(,h rail) >'e fa thful and prop
up : ng Vrab
So there ii P*s
o| the Stati
Israel 1 nal soverei in it i
and it i !,i' ''"'
all ol thi \\ oles Nol
the onus of slave trade nol
ilism nol overp |
rop failure* not the avail
abilit) of oil in other pan- of
the world These are nol wbal
ails Egypt Syria and Jor
dan Israel i
\ illain
Gen Glubto had predict)
short wat when June host
broke out v shot' wai \
man -Mould know and a<
nowledge tl at t \\
Israel fanned i\
: .i anda Intel
i n kindled i
c losing of the Straits ol i
been go ng on foi
two decades There has
peace only armisl
Israel Newsletter By EUAHU SALPETER
Israeli Youth Identify With Diaspora
Jerusalem
?HE SPONTANEOUS a immediati mi
lions ol suppi rt for Israel b> all Amei
i <>t trial last Maj
dramatical!) den i xtenl ol li
tween (hi Thi lai I
this ident I rse has been bej
i ute for me
From Jerusalem now come the result* ol .i
stud) shi that Jewish identifii the
Israelis i xtends also to the youn
and raised since Independence The studj undo
mines the once favorlti Iheorj ol some sociol
Off" the Record:
I thi is a brei enlifyn
sell w Jews in Ihe Diasp
Vb in :; Tom iudi i lasses
:. 120 hi
in
p rar> Judaism and the Department ol Psj
,,( the Hebn ersity. ai I > the
,-i Jew ish Committee Th< Ihe
study IU*'
, nferenci I tl Institute heldfo firs! lime
\ t Scopui pus ol the univcrsitj
Answering Ihe i^> stion H you wen born
Id you want to be born a Jew 70 percent
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
Proud Moment For American Jewry

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and diplo erin i wl
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nteei fessional i >l
then >| rtivi activities but pli ed tl
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Highlights In Sports
JESSE SILVER
Miami l5oat Raeer Is New Champ
IT'S BEEN A lo., iklyn I oil
' athletes Set \ i nts head coach Allie Sher
has i to* it ball leant agait : Vi on< ol
North Miami Beach Fls captured i*ith the world
and national ocean powerboat racing championships
A 1950 graduate of Brooklyn College, where he
sroi MNnsl varsilj letters In football wrestling and
as a hatannr throwei Vrnow i- the first offsh
driver to win i>oth titles in the same year Pi
Rothschild of California was the national champ
in 1966
Arnow. 40. designs and sells powerboats foi -
living. He campaigned in Europe thi- past summer,
won races in Prance and Sweden, and was a close
fini-her in most of the othei contests The champion
-hip i- decided on a point basis
reaching and construction business In New Jersej
came belore boat building for Arnow About 10
year- ago he moved to Florida, discovered ofishor
racing, and has been at it ever -ince A former
chief life uard at Coney Island. Arnow -old hi-
first two boat companies Formula and Dona!
and is now president of a third. Magnum Marine
Arnow's latest victory, the Miami -Key West race
will count toward the 19U8 championships He churn
ed the distance in a record-breaking three hours and
four minutes. Bill Wi-hnick of New York placed
sixth. Jerry linger of Miami Beach. 10th and Joel
Cohen was 15th
B < I..... ol Long Beach N V and his part
i i were the only casualties ol the contest i ohen -
craft exploded and burned at the dock before the
race got undei way He was hospitalized with minor
injuries
Yesl I ersltj of Neu York has hi
foi its fencing squad this coming season Coach
Arthui Tauber, who i- in his lHth year al the hi
has the men to do the job
Senior- Adlej Mandel Of Cleveland. Ohm
\ie\ Zauderer of Neu York (it> have been named
CO-captains Mandel was 2ti H with the label last
year, while Zauderer compiled a 22-B record with
the foil.
Other members of the team are senior lack
Peterseil, spec and iuntor Norman Seiderfeld, foil
The team Was 10-2 la-t year
Bob Stein kicked bis first field goal oi 1961 a-
Minnesota Stopped Iowa HID In addition Stem booted
the point after touchdown Fullback Bret Kauf
man scored two touchdowns to help Rhode Island
down Bucknell 27 7 He ran seven yards for one
score, and took a L'T yard peas for another
Saul Sindell ol (' W PoM tallied twice agaiug
both Ithaca and (luilford The big halfback scored
all four TDs from the opponents' one yard line Allen
Goldstein grabbed his fourth touchdown pass of the
season for Post at Ithaca. Post beat Ithaca 27-14
and lost to Guilford 35-14.
.i]> 2H pei i
-.ml o differi
. 2 percent said
" to be born a_am ai h
NrouM like to he bl '
m tin I' not in Israel '!>< pictui w a
ski lifference but 2\ pei rent
I not ant l bi boi n Jews in the D
10 limes a- man) as th
in the n< lane*
Asked whether thc\ would
Bl percent I
fell it made no difference, and 2 \-
thej would prefer being born non-Isra<
Th. MB of the two -<-t- ol
i ngly high as the Jew Ish idi i
lion i- i i it ael national Went
while the percentage of those who
in in Israelis is tin same as of thosi
i Jews
As expected there was cle
Iween the religious and Ihe Jewisl
ition <( Ihosi questioned it the inten m
ribed 'hi
-aat thej a <: e ibsei vii
pet i ius
fie rtud) a :d coi relal ioi
: bus)
me Hit already it is quite evident that
il ii hat e been pro* ed undue pro
Our film Folk:
By HERBERT C. IUFT
'it ^ .iKnl
lie Fixer
EDWARD LEWIS is
.'.I
Ii
I .. froi '- l*W
; I .
enl i

'';
pie J< wish
murderii
in i >, iteryi ..r I he icreei
d accent the plight
a ivt il in..-, hysteria
Frankenheimer. told tin- column thortlj '
. tint he was duplicating the oW i
Budapest foi the town of Kiev, the po i
ol The Fixer a' the turn of the century Tl
is staging the tragic account of injustice In utti
I ims givUsg Ihe trial of YakOI Bok a \ahd fl
meanini for the world of todaj Since ,;"
not be made in Russia, the countryside of Hu"
the next best setting of authenticity for the
Y.ikov Bok and the peasants of todaj a pointed count'
part for the townspeople of the period
The Hungarian government, well aware oi the *' "
implication- ha- given it- blessing to the movie, t
photographed by M-G-ll m lota In and near Budi
with color footaga to be- processed and edited
continent Technicians and bit players wen
from the native craft- while the leading parts sr<
trajred by British actors Becauaa II la fell that
confuse the audience, no one takes .. RttSsil
hsh accent, and all speak a British slanted El
Hugh Cinftith. Academy Award winner known for hi-
"Ben Hur and "F-xodus." appears as Letoedev. the^naa
dyman's employer, member of the dread militant Hi-1
Hundred dedicated to the persecution of the Jews
Elisabeth Hartman essays the pathetic role of hi-
daughter. a crippled girl in lo\e with Yakov who na-
keen hiding his Jewish identity in order to secure M*
meager job. Carol White portrays his runaway wife Bstti
Others in the cast include British star Dirk B-'ari!j"'
who plays the rule of an honest government lawyer wn
realizes that the state is so insistent upon a conweu
because it will be a judgment against Russian Jewry.


>r8, 1967
* Jcnisl' Ihiridliiiir
I!
itudy Links Divorce
With Intermarriage
Continued from Page 1-A
l-D shown that Catholics and
carry an additional burden
lat both group* have to rope
more pressure from church
family than do Protestants, he
trted.
>ver, strong religious ties
ionj either or both parners of
intermarried couple present a
|urcc of conflict in the raising
children and their religious
raining.
The report disclosed that prom
made prior to marriage under
Ante-Nuptial agreement insist
upon by the Catholic Church
e sometimes reneged on b> the
I'rotestsnt and Jewish parents
One sur\ey disclosed that in 50
percent of trw CUM involving
Catholic-Protestant marriages the
ihildren were raised as Protea
nuts. Another example of disturb
ance is found in the interference of
'paicnts in the religious edll
ition of children Parents "may
torn between the demands for a
o in promise to assure then marital
appiness. and the intransigent de
i. "t their own parents," Dr
aid
\ arious solutions, lo these prob
i, wch as bringing up the chil
. n m the separate religious be-
fs of their parents, letting the
nld decide upon his own religion,
ion i-l one of Ihe parents or
ition of a "religious vacu
ii m the house, are seen as con-
K to the child, making him in-
i cine.
Particularly disturbing is a find
hat in approximately 75 per
nt of the cases where Jews inter-
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many, based on the Iowa study,
the children are not identified as
Jews. The conclusion drawn is that
the future growth of the Jewish
population ia seriously affected In
the increasing degree of intermar-
i iage within the group
With all of the data gathered
on the incident of conflict be-
tween an intermarried couple,
Dr. Sanua, in his published re-
port, cautioned that with the ex-
ception of religious Jewish stu-
dents, college youth surveyed
show a growing acceptance of
intermarriage.
Dr Sanua said. "In view of the
complexity of the variables in
volved, each intermarriage repre-
sents a unique combination ol two
individuals Some may succeed, but
the probability is that these will
carry an added burden which will
manliest itself in later years, par-
ticularly at the time when the re-
ligious education of the children is
to be decided.
' If young people decide to em
Kirk on intermarriage, education
must be discussed thoroughly,
i it will reveal where each
partner stands on thi- most deli
cate and crucial question, While
thorough discussion is not a guar-
antee the marriage will be succesi
ful. it might minimize, In certain
instances, the serious problems
which may arise
' Since we have seen that man)
young people today do not find it
objectionable to marry outside
their religion, one of the greatest
challenges for both parents and the
religious bodies is to encourage
young people to marry within their
faith." Dr Sanua declared.
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Friday

1967
Sect.or. B
JiWISH FOLK ORGANIZATIONS
40 Local Groups To Meet On CJA
-.:ng lor the new i<: ol Ihe North County YMHA
|a .:rom left) Paul Fcisk president of the YM-YWHA ol
tel S<:1" president ot the North
y YMHA- Samuel Fox. coc: ot th^ North Y
I : and Lionel E Fund.
Groundbreaking Friday
For North County 6Y9
dbreaking ceremonies for
Dew North County YMHA will
i' .a 8 30 j iii Friday, it m
aunced by Raul Fsske, presi
ij tin- Y\i YWHA i.! Greater
Ic) community, business, gov-
mt-nt and religious leaders will
licipate in the event on the 10-
lite at NYV I6UI St and 5th
. just oft the Golden Glades
erchange.
|ovi rnment officials represent-
South Florida who will part in-
in the ceremonies include:
Ited States Rep Claude i'epper.
Sen. Robert Shevin: State
Marshall S Harris. Kenneth
^er-. and Gerald Lewi*; Mayor
irles (Chucki Hall of Dade Coun-
. Mayor William M. McDonald of
th Miami Beach. Mayor Sher
S. Winn of North Miami and
Ivor Kenton N Wells of Opa
tka
leligious and spiritual leaders
will be in attendance include:
Max I.ipschitr Beth Torah Con-
fctation; Rabbi Milton Schlinak)
Heir.)'.' Adath Yeshurun. Rabbi Jo
^h < apian, sky Lake Synagogue;
lb',. Charles M Rubel. Con)
n B'nai Raphael. Rabbi David
mu Id. Beth Moahe Congrega
koi; Rabbi Abraham Cassel, Tem
< H run Staolom; Rabbi Naftali
Horu-h. Young Israel of Crcatcr
ui:m. Rabbi Ralph Carmi, Tem
! fereth Israel Rabbi Ralph
Ingsley, Temple Sinai Of North
)
Chairman for the earl) morninjj
m will be Lionel Bos< m w ho
is chairman ol the North County
ymha Development Fund He wil
be assisted by Samuel Fox, co-
chairman, and North Count) Y
President Michael Salmon.
Donald Reiff, past president of
the North County Branch of the
Y. ha- designed an ultramodern,
all purpose facility which will serve
the needs of the Jewish commu-
nity.
The first stage of building, which
will be launched on Friday, will in
dude a large swimming pool, com
bination auditorium and lounge, a
two-story classroom building which
will provide meeting places for
various size groups day and night
dressing rooms and a complete out-
door athletic facility
Four tennis courts, four softball
fields, courts for both four wall and
one-wall handball and paddleball.
basketball and volleyball courts
and a complete nursery school
playground area are included in
the first stage plans.
Second and third stages of the
building will include a futuristic
health club, fully-equipped gym
naaium, a separate nursery school
wing, additional classrooms plus I
I auditorium and stage
Completion of Stage one i| e\
pected b) the spring of iw>8
The YM-YWHA of Greater Mi-
ami is a beneficiary agenc) of the
I ruled Fund and Greater Miami
.'. m ish l edei ation
Delegates representing more
than 4ti local Jewish folk organisa
tions (landsmanschaften) will meet
under the auspices of the Greater
Miami Jewish
Federation at
!l a :n Tues-
daj Dec 12. at
the \\ ashington
Federal Audi-
torium, 1234
V. a s h i n g
ton Ave Mi-
ami Reach to
hear first hand
reports on con-
ditions in Is-
Abraham Grunhut rap|
The meeting, the first of its kind,
will be held in conjunction with
the Combined Jewish Appeal and
the Israel Emergency Fund cam-
>aign.
In extending the invitation to
the various organizations. Abra-
ham Grunhut, chairman of the
South Beach Division of the Com
bined Jewish Appeal and the Israel
Emergency Fund, said
"We want to take this opportu-
nity to e\pies> our deepest apple
ciation to the leaders of the Jewish
Folk Organizations for their help
and solidarity that they demonstrat-
ed to the heroic defenders fro.n the
Jewish State during the Six-Day
War in June Also we will give
them lirsl hand re| rts about the
present situation in Israel and the
serious and verj important prob-
lems that Israel will lace in the
near future "
Speakers :i[ the conference w-ili
include Mr Grunhut. who is also
president oi the Zionist organisa-
tion in Miami Reach, and Arthur
Rosichan, executive director of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
Mr. Rosichan recently returned
from a visit to Israel, leading a
delegation from Miami Mayor .lay
Dermer of Miami Beach will gre< I
the delegates
All of the invited Jewish Folk
Organizations will be represented
at the conference by three dele-
ates The organizations and clubs
[hat did not receive invitations can
still participate by contacting
Sen ler Kaplan at the Fedei al
'Hue
Beach Bar Group
Guest speaker at the next lunch-
eon meeting of the Miami Bi
Bar Association will be William P,
Simmons, Jr.. president of the
Florida Bar, it was announced by
Mayor Jay Dermer, president of
the Association. The meeting will
be held on Monday at noon in the
Mr Simmons will be introduced
bj Harry Zukernick, past president
of the Miami Beach Bar Associa-
tion and member of the Board of
Governors of the Florida Bar.
Dil.ido Hotel. Miami Beach
B U R D I N E 'S
USA Doll 4.99 Israel Doll 4.99 Ireland Doll 4.99 Spain Doll 4.99
!0A Seventh Annual 'Tribute To Israel'
(inner Is Scheduled For December 17th
The seventh annual "Tribute to
Dinm i ored bj the
louth Florida Districts of the Zi
}i I irganization of AmerU a will
: on Sunday evening Dec
Pth, at the Foiit.unchlc.nl Hotel.
wa- announced by Ren Oilier,
c n ...n ot the South Florida /'' v
presidents I'oum il
Mr Gilter said an outstanding
I n has been planned for the
nrent and that a noted national
tionist figure will address the din
Also participating in the pro
Iram will be Rabbi David Shapiro.
President of the Southeast Region
: the Zoa. who will address the
inner and will describe the role
lh ZOA has played In helping
Israel achieve its goals He will
discuss the organizations in
plans A special musical pro-
nd entertainment has been
. d
Mr, Giller pointed oul thai earl)
reset vat ions should !>< made and
' commiiMty is invited to
h the ZOA In Mi annual
" lei ratson
the Koahei din
tin'
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BIN GIUtK
Annual Chonukah Workshop
Scheduled At Beth David
Beth David oni re ation s I i
annual Cha
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al Beth Da< I South 7500 SW
12th SI
Customs I
discussed by Rabbi Sol Landau;
toi William W *'H' '''ll1
. -,
>nd Mrs David Parni and Mi
ildstein will conduct a
workshop I '" ;'"'1
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If you are a single adult be-
ween 2! ami 55 (no fibbing
?lease> jrOU ihould be comfort
.ible with the Social Singles Club
jf the YMHA The men and wom-
en in the froup pursue a well
ounded prosrj.v. of social, cul-
-ural and athletic activities, plus
veeular meetings the second Mon
lay of every month If you have a
lull weekend up. you maj
ioin the group for it- "Fun with
Friends" Chanukah cocktail par-
Isabel Grove
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more : ou int to k low > ou n
conl
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Center for W inti r Resident
it- <>:". W edi 1
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Mot S fi iii u
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tion. Gn '
B< a I Had) u ih I
!>. exten led bj Mi Henry Wei
nick speak
er wi M ton Silbermai
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Men -
their guest
1 1 to
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and a 1 i 1 foi thi
favi 1
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White j F rm tn whi -
ervatioi Me; 1 bile, as
rehearsal :<>r the m a i n event
there'.- to hi OUt a'
Algiers 1 Bund j with 1
and entertainn

Knot bleak 1 ho
..way from home can be the
Ladies' Auxiliary of the Depart
ment of Flori la Jew ih War Vet-
erani l l annual Th
ins dim-, foi boys and girls in
the l' S Umed Pore* 1 St
Some 139 men and woman enjo>
ed the boepitalit]. and
honor 1 men's 11
on Miami Beach were 45 boys
from the FI', I S mar Schi >1 choir
under t'mdr. John Condit, -
Navy. K. Weal Adding lo the
gaiety, a ere
auxiliary chairmen, distributed
gifts to hick) number holders,
with M Reba Bi part
ment president, participating m
the festivities. In a touching care
mon>. Mrs. David ( obdin pre
ed a coffee urn to the center In
memory of the late Mr- Ceil
Simon.

IN THE SPORTS WORLD
Judo is a rapidly growing -port
in the United States So popular
:- it becoming, doctor- at Ihe
nual conference on medical as
pe. -or."! bj '
a\i-\ centlj wi re glvet 1 hrt
course in wh.it to expect in
injuries TTv -1 i,,v"
let i here and l t the ex
pandinj '
"> M YW HA. an exl
sport will be given then Sui
c is
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'1 embers of ju
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OUR HONORED CITIZENS
busj
Henry I el I I 1
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which -he -end- to Ihe
v ;\; Hospital in Hoi
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Mrs F -
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innv
...n in
area '
QoeJt of honor at a NovW
lun.heon bj *****
of Beba Idelson Chapter of Pto
,., r Women was Anna Gomoerg
\ crusading -pint and a deep lie
wlton to the "rk done b) Pta-
Beet Women mach- Mrs. Bomberg
a natural choice when the croup
decided to "point with pride
IN MUSICAL CIRCLES
Welcome news in the area -
musical circle- Ruth Brotman.
ho lefl here last summer to at-
tend the Universal <
v. \, ;- Convention in conn.
with Expo B7 held Mai I
turnn "
- Ruth is rounder
Young
' "n 'lir
then, the careers ol
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MARCELLA
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DECEMBER 17, 1*<7 l\M.
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Bring the sweet taste of Barton's
chocolates to your holiday season
with a selection from JM's Candy
Shop! Keep an ample supply ot
everybody's favorites on hand for
entertaining and for gifts!
Shown, only a sampling from our
wide assortment
A. The Menorah, 14 ounces of
Barton s famous assorted continental
:hocola'es The idies in the c
of the box are carefully foiled
o resemble a Menorah. 2..*J?f
3 C- rites 12 ounces of
-issor'od con- itui
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parve or assorted miniature chocoi<>"
wrapped with n losaic Menorah
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> Adoth Yeahurun. N.
v iamj Beam, will be no ::i^mory oi Sura Dena R -
I I-!rs. Ben Rotenberg ice
d mors oi the facility. Also shown are K:rs Sam Moms
airman of the youth center building committee;
R'^to Schlineky Bpiritual leader wigieaaij
\il;illi WsJiurilii
Dedicatee Center
Sunday Morning
Dedication ceremonies for the
Youth Center of Temple Adath
> sharun in heduled for Sun
d..\ jt lo 4 m
the tempi* ex| i
program, the nea center will have
- tl capacitj of 175. It srifl
- '- to resideats m the
" me in youth group activj


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will Judg. Uiltoa Pi
:nan i- a pa i 3 and
r oi
.< Hi
was ni BB V >uth I
For si)
the tent men
governors of the
'"'- : h .;nn
Friday Oneg Shabbat
The David PiaaU ones Shar>bat
on Friday evening at the Work-
men 's Circle Center. 2."> Waialaatoa
Ave., Mill feature t talk on "She-
lent Ash the Controversial Author"
bj Louis Lasavin Soprano Preda
Levitan will be guest artist, and
Ben Vomen will li mmonity
Mayor To
Install Kaal>
On Smichn
in Beach Major Jaj Def-
mar "ill formally install Kabbi
David Baab as the tir*: saiiueaeol
spiritual leader of Temple Beth K.i
phael at a gall installation ban-
quet at 6 p.m. Sundav in the Deau-
villc Hotel
Pormer Mayer Harold Shapiro
will act .is Master of Ceremonies
Installation dinner chairman is
Ham Ko.senthal with Sal Podol-
>k>- serviiiK as coehairman
ainee the arrival ol Ka'>6i Kaab
in July, the membership h.i> B
than doubled, with plans now tin-
'..... 'or expansion of its ereeenl
facilities.
... Seal H Breeh ill be
honored the same evening.
Others to be installed as ofl
ot the Temple are Sam C then
lident; Harry Bosenthal, a
president San Segal second vice
president Sam Hussein treasurer
Sol Podolsk) fiaaneial secretary;
Isidore Rosenberg m irding se<
retan
\ice president Paul K<
1 PW^daal ;
etao \
linaut
EPICURE
PMUDLY
PRESENTS
WURMET FRUIT
Sisterhood officers to be installed
Mrs H; nun J Bergef praat
dent. Mrs Harrj Heluian. Vice
president Mrs A Win (.erst man.
con.l rice presuient Mrs Hart)
Stern, record ma *crrtar> Mn
S Kricun, lafniimialiin sacra
lap Mis gan s.,,.., ,,,,. Ir,.JS
arer
Met i in Sal
dolskt president Harr svrn
uuraim
in Mum Beach onh th
EPICURE h.i the*
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eat atraa aata. aiaan aucs
MR S ILE
< IM>P APARTMENT
in South Beadi
apart.
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irpet frost tree reirige-
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g ^ear bus and
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4 rnished Phone
"gs tcr appointment
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RACES
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our convenience
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SEE THE MUlTI-MiUION
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(.OOimilXf.S IX LIFE
Bagels...and Good Coffee
No taste in the world satisfies like a bakery fresh
bagel...and a cheering cup of Maxwell House
coffee. Both are constant, unchanging and match,
less m the joy they give-each in its own, a tradi-
tional favorite in Jewish homes.
MAXWELL HOUSE
INSTANT OH RKG11.AK
A AI"ay...Good to the last drop!*
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Friday, Do^mber ? 1967
* k\%i*>l FhrMi-Tin
Pnn-
R ibbi Eugxa Lcibovitz. spiri-
tual leader
..I I Iving th*
i. A
. i i vi Bsl
-. :; r of Slai
urdcdj '
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Film /$ Program Feature
The. S tterbood of Temple 7. i
i paid
ui- Inas >\ e* ii
hall
The i film
I
look ma
no pits!
The tastiest prunes ever...
fresh fruit flavor, moist and
tender, and instant me-
chayeh right out of the
package! That's the marvel
of new super-tenderized
Sunsweet Prunes ... today,
no pits. Everyday ...
Abi Gezunt with
SUNSWEET
The Pitted Prune
Beth Am To
Hear Israeli
General
Brigadier General Joseph Geva,
larael'i Annul Fences Mtacbe in
the United States, and a hero of
hi- country'a War of Liberation,
will deliver j major address at the
Temple Beta Amlsiael Dinner of
state. Saturday evening, Tiu- din-
ner will be at the Fontainebleau
Hotel at 7:30 A champagne recep-
tion in honor of the General will
be held at 7 o'clock in tlu- Gigl
room
Dr Maxwell Dauer, dinner chair
man. noted that the General will
ioin in honering Hubert II New-
man, who will receive the Israel
Freedom Award Mr Newman, for-
mer Temple Beth Am president,
ha- been a) the fon front of sen ice
fOI Nrael
Gen (l< v.i i
"huh spans j period ol over two
idea "i set i began a ben he
i a 16-yi ar old volunteer in Ha
anah, u lewish defense force in
I
Gi n Geva -< i ved vith distinc
el's Wat ol Liberal
the Givati Brigade, and later as a
r He partit i
JVleiiorali In
\\ inclup On
Dinner Plans
I'lans for the Temple Menorah-
Israel Dinner of Slate to be held
on Saturday, Dec i*>. were put Into
high near at a reception Tnursdaj
night for the Corps of Hosts .it the
home of Mr and Mrs Robert Sie-
gel, host com.nif.ee chairmen
Heading the committee are Rabbi
Mayer Abramov ti, spiritual lead
11 of Temple Menorah; Leonard
Rosen Temple President: Mrs El
-. Belsky, president of the Sistei
: .'. Levin esidenl ol
- Club nd Mi Mrs
gel
ln ol the din
... the i di i's ol
Rabbi
keeping
tradition
ah d nners on
rhis will be the occasion when
our own :> k>\ i d Joseph and S> \\ ia
Mansbach will have the distinction
iving the Israel Freedom
iward, a historii honor which Ifceir
service to Israel has jo richl) mer
ited "
The dinner will be held at the
l ontainebleau Hotel, storting at
7:30 p.m. preceded by cham-
eception in the Gigi room
at t -i. lock There will be music
and dancing throughout (be eve
ning at the optional black tie event
British Synagogue Fires Are Attributed to Arson
LONDON iJTA) Police said here this week The blaze
here this week that arson was in- ,,,.,] a ,,.,, ,,i,.....< call to a loc -
volved in two small fires that dam
aged a synagogue in slough, neat newspaper.
CfM.JOSEPH GfV A
p.ited in man) military operations,
including the capture of Kartiye.
the defense ol Julis, the battles (or
Negba, Beth Darras and Paluja,
the opening of the road to the N<
and 'in lifting ol tlii' sieg ol
Jerusalem
Dr Dauer in head
the dinner preparations are
man W f i Idman. dinner
. m .: Davi Li h h i orarj
Jan B tv lei'. Tern-
\i Vlan K
ent ol the Sisterhood and
Herbert the
lei hood
The committee ol patron hosts is
i nard and Gloria L
ria Dr Herbert M. Baumgard is
Rabbi ol Temple Beth Am.

In convenient 'oil-wrapped slices and
sedges The way you want it, for sand-
wiches, snacks or when comp.i
Imported from Thoune. Switzerland,
by Gerbpr Cheese Co.. Inc., Ne York
SWISS KNIGHT

VEGETARIAN
BEANS

in tomato sauce.
The beans that
made the famous.
K KOSHER PARVE
Robert Sieqel.
man ol the host commitl
the Tempte Menornh I
Dinner ol S
lex ol tht
r the
II
(|,so to fO years ago. the House of
Heinz introduced a new variety
Vegetarian Hemsto meet the
muls of Jewish families l'" i
Kosher, quick-to-fix many-purpose
delicious food.
In reassure our customers of Kash-
ruth, we arranged (or rabbini-
cal sanction and the y seal of
llll I WON Ol OK I HO
DOX (1 XX Mi ( ONGREG v
ik.ns oi ami Kit a to be
placed on our label.
The was little known In those
days. In fact we were the iirsi large
American food compan) to clearly
identify and advertise our Kosher
products with the u .
Today, you will find the u on many
hundreds ol well known prod-
uiis, but no one of them is
more welcome in Jew ish
homes than the "beans
ih.u made the i famous.'*
H.J.HE1N'Z COMPAN.r\57


Page 8-B
+jPKtHtrk#Hi
We
the
Women
Friday r-TF^.^p
Alrct
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
Alyce (Mrs Louisi Spector is really an Alyce who live!
in a wonderland of her own creating.
She war born in Corona. I.I.. New York, called the
Corona Dumps." near where the Worlds Fair was held.
She was one of those spoiled bratl
who screamed for attention. She
didn't get it from her mother, but
wai the apple of her father's eye
Her father, who wasn't well,
came to Miami in 1932. Adoring
the air. sun and water, he ex-
toiled the praises of Florida when
he returned home. The family
came to live here three years later,
feeling the same pleasure in their
new home as their father.
Alyce and her brother. Pavil
Hue. of whom she is so proud,
went to what is now Miami Beach
High School. But when her father
became ill again, they both had
to quit school to go to work At
13, Alyce was head ca>hier at Schanuck's Men's Shop on
Flakier Street. But she was always mixing up the cash
drawer and generally not finding that kind of work so
exciting.
The family moved to Miami from the Beach when her
father felt better and opened a bar supply business where
Alyce worked. Her mother insisted that her brother take
ber to the Y.M.H.A. where she could meet some "nice
Jewish boys." That is where she met her Louie and fell in
love. They were married and son Stuart was born before
the war came along and all hell broke loose in Miami
Louis got a war job in Key West, and came home for the
weekends. One weekend he came home with the news
that he had enlisted. He went to Officer* Training School,
was in the service for 11 months before be got sick and
was given a medical discharge. It was then that Mark
Jason was born.
Alyce's mother had told her that you cannot give a
child too much love. But Alyce did, being the crary kind
of mother who had to be with her children every single
minute. Fortunately ifor the children) they started school
and then began the I'T.A. regime One day out visiting,
Alyce overheard pan of a telephone conversation which
started her working for a new school just coming into
beingthe Haven School. Alyce helped make drapes and
bedspreads and worked \iolently at fund-raising. She also
helped staff the National Council of Jewish Women's Blind
project.
All of the work that she has done with childrenwhich
has been in many organizations, with varied project-is
her way of saying "thank you" to God for giving her healthy
and wonderful children of her own.
She has been active with the Patrons Committee of
the Museum of Science, for the last few years working
with the Art Show.
The Spectors spend a lot of time on their 38-foot cabin
cruiser called "The Sea Rogue." Louis teaches celestial navi-
gation and Alyce teaches piloting and navigation When
-he was a little g:rl she learned to whittle Alter the wai
married she carved figures for the model airplanes her hus-
band built. She developed her talent further studying with
Al Vrana. She ha- a studio and now carves marble Prw
ently she is studying with Virginia Stemples.
But that is only one of her talents. Coming from a
family of designers and tailors, at the age of eight she cut
and sewed a dress on the sewing machine unknown to any-
one. She sews beautifully and is currently taking a course
at the University of Miami in couturier design It is her de-
sire to make all of her daughter-in-law Martha'swife of ion
Stuartevening gowns.
For the past 15 years. Alyce has been writing. What
started out to be one book became so involved that it devel
oped into three She is working on them all at one time. The
titles are chosen, the jackets are designed. There is only
one thing left to dofinishing the writing' She has chosen
the pen name of Alyce Marchelle. Watch for it Until the
studio that the Spectors are building as an addition to their
lovely home is finished, Al\ce does her writing at night
Her father had insomnia. He used to wake up his
family in the middle of the night to do all kinds of exciting
things. That is one of the delightful memories of her child
hood. But as a result she now has insomnia herself
With all these wonderful talents Alyce also has a
hobby. She is an amateur photographer Since she doesn't
like to read directions. Louis got her the most marvelous
camera All you have to do is line up noses and pn
button. The pictures come out perfectly. She has albums
full of famous, unfamous and infamous people, all in living
color. Her one frustration is that the house is not filled with
children. But if it were, where in the world would she find
time for her magic nimble fingers to create the wonderland
that belong to Alyce when she goes "Through the Looking
Glass."
J
:*
Diane krmrinsky
Is Engaged To
Howard Kuker
Mr and Iffl Herman Kaminsky.
Till Hue Bordeaux, have announc
ed the engagement of their daugh-
ter. Piane to Howard L. Kuker.
ion ol Mi and Mrs Max Kuker.
Asburj Park, N J
Miss Kaminskj ii a graduate of
Senior High and has
attended Ohio state Untvsr
Sh i currently a senior at the
Imwr-ny ol Miami, where -he is
itember of Helta Phi Kpsilon
Sol ,,n>: Kappa Delta Pi hon
plans ( teach elemen
tirj -.h.*>l after graduation in
June
ii, r fiai aduate of \-
inn > Par! High and the I niverattj
ol Miami He ha- a B A in ac
ii r- ntl) student
lily's lav school
ma oust tt.*iHw
V
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\\.
MRS WIIUAH GBffNWAlD
Monique Tetchier,
H m. Greentvald
Married On Dee. 2
Now on .1 hoi to Cat
ifornia, the former Moniqui T<
ler and William Grecnwald were
married on Saturdi y ev< I lei
2nd. at the Dupont Plata Hoti
Itabbi Leon Kronish officiated and
a reception followed the nuptials
Parents of the newtywedi .ire
Mr. and Mrs Arnold Tetchier 353
W 47th S! and Mr and Mr- MOT
n? Grecnwald 259 \F |23nd St.
Bridal attendants included
Karenc Copeland, maid of honor.
Debbie Weinbach, flower girl and
Corry Grecnwald, ring bearer. Best
man to the bridegroom was Johan
Grecnwald
Mr Grecnwald and his bride at
tended the I mversit) .! Miami (Hi
their return to Florida, the) will
I'm in Miami Beach
i r Kafea
caeoi rrsaftc
Carol Kresbero
And Steven Grim
Plan Marriage
Dr. and Mr> Rr imn K-*sj
of 1640 Day) : h.c
nounced the
daughter Carol : -m
The future bl [*m
of Mr and V:
Daytonia Bd
Mis* Km so.
Soth graduate.. M 'f
Senior High an 1
the I'niversi!*
bride-eleet 1- .. ScsnI
of Education tAd V 'i
senior in the "v Busaa*
He is a member 1 D< ta >..
professional r*: 1 r-----n
Beth Torn 11 Fetet Rabbi Lifwhitz
To celebrate the publication of entitled. TheSs;* Haai
the book entitled. The Faith of a sic." will be pr. -* Cat la
KaaaM." b> the spiritual leader of cob J. Renter w*L .. S.-
Beth Torah. Dr. Mai A UpacMtS, melodies.
the congregation it ohx-rving a
Ha-Mdir weekend
At Pridaj evening scr\ ices, a
rritteq b> Kabbi Upachita
Sunday evrnrri ? T
honor the raW- '>
tion in his honor it731
p m in the soc.
lORSl
9m
There's nothing fishy about the gw*
ing bank After wo foil "hoe* tne
and tinker" for their service bwunr-n
h been simply swimming along
COLLINS FISH AND SEAFOOD
omard) KoaonbUrt and
Barney Rosentx c
Proprietor
802 Siifh Street, Miami Brat*
MAY WE HELP YOU GROW?
NOW LOCATED IN OUR NEW BUIIDINC AT
930 WASHINGTON AVENUE
MIAMI BtACH, HORIDA
r o 1 c
0 prompt sorvko, personal attention arvd
free parking, among other things wHI keep
you too en gaaj "line."
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Friday. December 8. 1967
+JeHistincr*Uar?
Adrian Pollack,
Fredric Burns
Plan To Marry
Mr. and Mrs. Nat Pollack, 860C
SW 20th St.. announce the engage
iTit of their daughter. Adrian
.ita. to Predric Bryan Burns, son
: Mr. and Mot. Harry Burns. 11
6W !9*h Rd.
The future bride is a graduate of
ni Southwest Hch School and
is presently attending the Univer
rj of Miami.
Her fiance received his B A dc
I ec at the University of Miami
and is now in his senior year in
the university's law school. He is
I member of Phi Delta Phi legal
fraternity.
The couple plans to be married
'an 21.
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. ration department of Beth Torah
.Congregation on Wednesday at
:3C p.m.
Miami Beach Chapters of Hadassah
To Hold Founders Day Celebrations
M*. and MIS. LOUIS WECKSlEt
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The Jacob Siegels
Married In 1907
Mr and Mrs. Jacob H. Siegcl.
2150 SW 28th St.. will be married
for 60 years on Dec. 7 In honor of
tbc occasion, daughter Edith and
her husband. William RcUer of
Miami are taking them on a cruise
bo Nassau. Mr and Mrs Samuel
Weiner. long time friends, will ac-
company them.
The Siegels were both born in
Ku>,a'ad Married in New York
City. Mr. Siegel set up a business
n Miami in 1925, but the hurricane
of '26 destroyed his concrete block
plant. Neverfheles*. they returned
to live here in 1933
Rebecca and Jacob Siegel were
among organizers of the Work
men's Circle Branch 699. and have
been active in the I'nited Jewish
Appeal since its inception as well '
v IS in many other local charities.
-Mr. Stegel served on the board of
Jhe Bureau of Jewish Education
^Tpr many years.
iAThe couple has a son. Harold, in
Syo-*et, N.Y.. and five grandchil
dren
\ouse n arming
Mi and Mrs I ouis Wechsli i i n
tertajted over loo guests at a
house warming partj in their home
at 7J01 .-s.v l.n;,i i,.,
Th catered to I was delectable
and Michael Baton ol the Univer
sity ot Miami kept the night filled
with music from his guitar Man)
attending were -members of the
Opera (Juild and they didn't hi m
tate lo lift their voices in song m
honor of the hosts.
Among those seen at the open
house were Stan and Betty Cohen,
Unda and Jimmy Ellis, Elaine and
Joe Feinbcrg. .Marlene and Marsh
Eurshman. Mickey and Morris Eu-
ternick, Bill and Maxine Uoldworn,
Harriet and Rep. Marsh Harris.
Stan and Joyce Hammersmith, Bar
bara and Morris Silver. Mel and
Sondi Keller. Gcrt and Mel Kartz
mer. Shelia anil Larry Myzack. Joe
and Id Ma/zuclelli. Harlene and
Clif Marks. Bunny and Stan Miller
Others noted around the buffet
table included Rossana and Bob
Ollbcrg. Carolyn and Josh Sirkin.
Jay and Bernice Rossin. Jack (1-
shon and Jackie Stein. Ted and Lois
Goldstein, Art and Ingnd Davis.
Norman and Elinor Green, George
Campbell. Byron and Miriam Cher-
kas. Chuck and Maryanne Ruffncr.
Mickey and Phil Kaplan. Lee and
Man in Weiner. Barbara Katz and
Art Sfaaaey, Michelle and Vince
Gulla. Peg and George Earrington.
Barbara and Man in Gillman. Ade-
line and Eddie Retchln.
More well-wisher* were Carol
and Fred Wasserman.-.Linda and
Joel Pollack. Rencer and Mel
Greenstein. Murray and Julie Ga-
> Eve and Lea Paulick, Mark and
Sue Rubin. Dorothy and Evan Ol-
rter, Steve and Mary Quarter. Ro-
lerschel Rosenthal. Lynnc and
ilike RoM-nthal. Don and Michael
Seigindorf, Jim and Ellen Roth,
loe and Dot Ralim. Sandy and
Marvin Stonberg. Ricky and Dave
Son men, Ifyrna and Sen. Bob
Shevin. Marvin and Anna Sheldon.
Erankie and Jinimie Steig. Arthur
Sheldon and Glends Srago.
Miami Beach Chapters of Ha-
dassah will be marking Founder's
Day, the annual celebration in trib-
ute to the memory of Henrietta
S/old, founder of Hadassah. during
he month of December
Some 318.000 members of Ha-
dassah, the Zionist Organization of
Women, will note the observance
throughout the United States The
holiday has particular significance
this year since access to the Mt.
Scopus area in Israel, gained dur-
ing the Six Day War. restores to
the country the use of the original
Hadassah Hospital, which will now
be refurbished
The Eddie Cantor group will hold
Its luncheon Thursday noon, at the
Pontainebleau Hotci. A musical
program will feature Joyce Earber
accompanied by Lottie Kippel Mrs.
Fred Jonas is president, with Mrs
N.it Naitove, chairman of the day
Mrs, Joseph Lessner is program
chairman of the group.
The Bay Harbor group will hold
its luncheon meeting Monday at
noon, in the Balmoral Hotel Rabbi
Max A Lipschitz will be the guest
speaker.
The Morton Towers group will
celebrate on Monday, with a noon
luncheon at the Algiers Hotel. The
guest speaker will be Saul Zabel.
executive director of the Hebrew
Academy. Entertainment by Mrs.
Hattie Wagner and Shashonah
Raab will present a cavalcade of
songs with Aida Yaslow at the
, piano. Mrs. Emanucl Mentz is pres-
ident and Mrs. Hattie Wagner, pro-
gram chairman.
*
The Henrietta Ssold group will
hold its meeting at the Algiers Ho-
. tel on Monday at 12:30 p.m The
guest speaker will be Mrs. Florence
Barth. past president of Chapter,
who will speak on Israel and the
Hadassah Medical Organization
Mrs Sol Greenberg is president.
*
The Stephen S. Wise group will
, hold its luncheon on Monday. Dec.
18th. at noon in the Carillon Hotel.
Guest speaker will be Mrs. Henry
B. Wernick. president of Chapter
A musical program will be offered
by Charles Sheldon.
*
Forte Towers group will hold its
meeting on Monday at 12:30 p.m
in the North Building Auditorium.
Eddie Schaeffer. comedian and TV
personality, will entertain. Guest
speaker will be Mrs. Gerald Soltz,
past president of Region. Mrs
Frances M. Sass is president and
Ida S Klite, program chairman.
see
The Hanna Senesch group will
hold its luncheon on Monday. Dec.
18th. at noon in the Algiers Hotel.
Lee Sohn will entertain and a
Chanukah candlelighting ceremo-
ny will follow Mrs. Elsie Glick is
president, and chairman of the day
is Mrs Ann Reaback
The Treasure House group will
hold its meeting Monday noon, in
the North Building Recreation
Room. A Chanukah Party is on the
program agenda. Dr. Eugene La
bo\ itz. spiritual leader of Temple
V r Tannd. will review the book
Death of a President" by Irving
Manchester. Mrs Ben Twerj is
president.
t
The Shaloma group will hold its
meeting Tucsda> noon, at the Al-
giers Hotel. A snack luncheon will
be served. Rose Wellens. soloist.
will offer musical selections. Mrs.
Irwin Shapiro is president, and
Mrs Jo>cph Rappaport. program
chairman.
The Emma Laxarvs group will
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J3*r ^JVlitzah
Lawrence Gardner
iin Bar Mitzvah of Lawrence
Wayni Gardner will be celebrated
Saturday, Dec 9, at Temple Beth
\m
Ijwrencc is the son of Mr. and
\\r- Lioyd Gardner of 8725 su
83rd S-'. He attend.-. (Jladcs Junior
llich School and is active in sports
Mis hobbies are coin collecting, and
playing the drums
The celebrant Will be honored at
. rtcepuon and dinner to be held
,t the Algiera Hotel Saturday eve
i in;;
Among quests will be bis ma
ernal grandmother. Mrs Lillian
fCichrw-imer. and paternal grand
moth* r. Mrs. Sally (iardner. both
>t Miami Beach Out of town guests
wiH include Dr. and Mrs Ah in
Gardner of Maryland, uncle of the
celebrant, and aunts and uncles
trom New York. New Jerse>. Cali-
fornia and Illinois
Ira Lrlchuh
Ira. s,,n of Mr and Mrs. Sheldon
l elchuK of 12855 Cyprui Rd Ke>
-tone Point, will become I Bar
Uttvah at Temple Menurah on
| Saturdl;.. Dec !
Ira ii a student in the religious
-ehool of Temple Menorah. and is
Ln eighth gradv honor student at
North Miami Junior High He is .,
member of the Control Council of
the NaturaUal (lul>. and play* the
Uiolin in the school orchestra
\ K IdlUfa in the Temple Social
Hall Will follow the si-rviees. and a
i inner ;n Ira's honor will In- held at
the Bden Hoe Hotel Saturday eve
i Ing.
Out-of-town guesta will Include
'ii' celebrant'i grandmother, Mn
i \ a 1- root, of Brooklyn, N V
Daniel Levitch
On Saturday, Dec y. at Temple
iferoth Jacob. Daniel Jack, son
Mr and Mrs Bernard Levitch,
411 v* rth Lane. Hlaleah, will i>.
ume i r Mitzvah.
Danji is an eighth grade student
Pal n Springs Junior Huh,
lieu is ,, member of the
nip His hobbies an- coin
i illeetuig and swimming.
Grandparanta of the celebrant
Mi and Mrs Albort E B
enbui and Mi and Mrs Samuel
. e\ itch all of Miami
Mr and Mis I., vitch will host
lie Oneg Shabbal following sen
es fridaj nighl and i reception
. the social hall following the cei
i nony on Saturday in honor ol
Steven Weisberg
Tin- Bar Mitzvah ol Steven Weis-
will l>e observed during Sat-
i.rdaj morning services Dec 9 .it
emple Smai to Im- held al Wash
gtoa Federal 009 NE itiTth St
Son of Mrs BerniceR Mreisberi
. i. I bra nt i> in the s,-\,.|itli
ade al North Miami Junior High
id in the Temple Sinai Religious
hool 'ie is Interested In athletics
Among out of lown guests will be
Expx-ft Bar Mitzvah teacher
Cantorial Chantma and Ser
i*ion lessoiis in home of
: 'udenf.
Tel. 538-5127
Stevi n s grandmother, Mrs Mary
Robinson of Philadelphia
Michael Spector
On Saturday, Dee. 9. at the 8.30
a m. services. Miehael Spector will
be called to the Torah when he will
become Bar Mitsvah al Temple Or
Olom
Michael, son of Mr and Mrs
James Spector, 1318 S\V smh Ave.,
i- I seventh grade student at Rock-
away Junior Huh and plays the
saxophone in the school band. His
hobbies include football and boat-
inn and he has won several awards
(or swimming
Isidore Shankin, ol New York
City, great-grandfather of the cele-
brant, will attend his Bar Mitzvah
Mr and Mrs Spector will hot
the Oneg Shabbat following the
r riday nighl services.
Jeff Klein
Jeff, son ol Mr, and Mrs George
Klein. 700! SW l!Mh Ter will oh
serve bis Bar Mitzvah Saturday
morning, Dec. B, at Temple Zion.
Jeff is a seventh grade sin,lent
al We.i Miami Junior High and is
interested in school sport- activi-
ties
Mr and Mrs Klein will host the
OlMSg Shabbal after the late Friday
evening services and the Kiddush
following the Sa'ihath morning
Services A dinner reception honor-
inn the celebrant will take place
Saturda) evening at the Roj al
Hungarian Restaurant
Mark Roaenkrantt
Mark Lee Knsenkrant/ will be-
come Mar Mitzvah at Temple Ju-
dea of Coral Gables, on Saturday.
Dec. 9
Mark is the son of Mr and Mrs
Ernest Rosenkrantz, ~o~ Anaatasia,
Coi al Gables, He is an eighth grade
student at I'onee de l.eon Junior
Hi h and will graduate Irom the
Temple Hebrew School in May of
ltniH He will continue with his re
is education towards confir-
lll.lt loll.
Attending the ceremony will be
the celebrant's grandparents, Mr.
and Mis Edmund Klein ol Surf-
side, and Mrs Jennie Roseakrantz,
\. York
Mr and Mrs }:,., nkranti will
hosl Ihe Kiddush in their son -
honor
Judy Rosenstrauch
Judy, daughter ol Mr at d Mi -
Stanle) Rosenstrauch, will become
Has Mitzvab at Beth Moshe l on
.it ion F: ida> i'\ <-n in Dec H
An Oneg Shabbat will follow the
services, sponsored b> Judj s
pai nits
The celebrant is .> student of the
Beth Moshe Religious School and
attends Thomas Jefferson Junior
High
Among guests will be Judy's
grandparents Mi ai d Mrs Da* id
llodes ol Miami Beach
David Laurence
(Hi Saturday morning, Dec "
David Allied, son o| Mr and Mrs
Alfred Laurence ol !M4J> Baj Dr
will be Bar Mitzvah at Temple Net
TauiKl A Kiddush will follow the
eeremon)
David is a student at Nautilus
Junior High and Nei Tanud He
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Guests will include grandparents,
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Mart Levy
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Eileen Lichtenfeld
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Dec 8th
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\N illiam IV Duncan has Ii e < n
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the mortgage and real estate de-
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Frank Smatliers Jr. hoard chair
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oi Miami Beach First National.
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nation.il M B I
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Giiesl Speaker \t
Red Crosa Site
l> Ken. 1*
Vpix'r
Louis Gad t of the Hebrew
ers Association of Greater '
be the recipient of ti. dom Av.
Sunday eveninq at the 3eth David-Israel
Dinner ol State is i by Mi

Beth Am Ladies Home Discussions For Adult Studies
Granada, Coral c;jl>l-. and will
.t. -i us- "Conti Jew i-1' His
ton from lJHto t>> the Present "
Give Ideas For
Hoi id a v Parties
Temple Beth Am Sisterhood is
presenting a Chanukah workshop
on Wednesday at 10:30 a.m., under
the chairmanship of Mrs Julian
Pearson A buffet luncheon wil be
available.
The two-part demonstration will
be divided into a session for chil-
dren on making Chanukah decora-
tions, conducted by Mrs Bertha
Raskin, and one on table center
pieces with Mrs. Eli tier-ten in
charge.
There will also be a display of
home decorations and party ideas
and recipes appropriate to holiday
festivities for the teenager and the
small fry.
Reservations may be made at
the temple office, and those attend-
ing are asked to bring a pair of
rs. pads and pencils
The Institute for Adult Jewish
Studies of Beth David Congrega
tion has scheduled monthly home
discussions to be conducted by-
Rabbi Sol Landau The first session
i.- slated for Sunday evening,
Dec 17
One group will meet at the home
Joseph P. Zuckerman, Far-
band representative for the
southern states and president
of the Lebediker branch in
Miami, has been named
chairman of the Farbnnd
Labor Zionist Division of the
Combined Jewish Appeal
and Israel Emergency Fund.
The second group will gather at
the South Dade educational facil
ity. 7300 su 120th St Topic will be
"JudaismProfile of a Faith" by
Rabbi Boxer
I, Pepper fea
n akei at 3 i> Hi Sui ,i.A
when tin i'.i li Ceejatj I hapte/
: i rots d ncates
id new Miami Beach branch hi
quai '<-i al B42 aahington Lva
Y.,> la) 1'inner will BCl BJ
masti i Dies al the
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been u mated b) Mi Sossin, and
statt will be provided i> In* ceun
i> ctuptei \ i >n| programs al
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>ater> first aid. home nursing,
mother and baby care and aid to
military families
Argentinians f
Russian Jews' I
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C.oimIu ill 0|> New Department
Goodwill Industries' annual open
house at 2(K> S Miami Ave on
Friday will feature the formal ded
nation ol the new modern laundry
and drj cleaning department; a
lion -how. emceed l>> television
and radio personality Larrj K
h mdreds of dolls; thousand- ol
books; electrical appliances, lamps
and scores of other things recondi
tioned by the (ioolwill handicapped
worker-
Featured speaker will be State
Superintendent of Schools. Floyd
l Christian.
The public is invited to the dedi
.ii ceremonies at 10:30 ai well
a- the open hou-e scheduled from
10 a m. to 9 p.m.
There w ill be hourly tours of the
Goodwill plant. 2tM> S Miami A\e .
where visitors will see Goodwill
workers in action
Refreshments will be served
throughout the day and there will
> -urprise gifts for visitors.
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C-irc-,
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the Fontaine Ro i Intel. S
left} are: Mesd Elizabeth Si
presid
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B'ttai ItVith Lodges
End Member Drive
At Mass Brunches
The climax o( the Greater Miami
B'nai B'rith Membership W(
hi Zi brunche. |lven by Da c
ml BroWWd area BB Lodges on
Monday Some 1200 new members
tie expected to attend
Mark Rubin, president of the
HHith Florida BB Council. Stati -
hat "The area wide membership
Irive is part oi th<' tooth annlver
-arv celebration of B'nai B nth in
District 5, comprised of lodges in
seven States, fiom Maryland to
I Florida. Each lodge will be host
u new member- at affairs held
throughout Miami, Miami Beach,
oral Cables. Hollywood and Ft
Lauderdale."
('(tests Tote Gifts
To Package Party
\ eel ., I p icka }e |
for i rs ol the Wom< n's
..< for l si ael. Floi Ida < hai
r Wednesday, 12:30 p m.,
it the Porte Towers North.
Gut sts are requested I i bi
wrapped package which will be
auctioned off.
All proceeds u ill go toward sup-
port ol the residents in the League's
Homo in Natanya, Israel.
John 15. Turner,
Local Leader.
Dies Here At (u
John B Turner, who had been
na m d Da li I itizen ol the Yi
and u. lieu THesd ly, No* 28. ,.t the age
of 67.
Services for the e>mmii:.:ty lead-
er who ha : lived at 940 NE 73rd
St were held Nov 30 at the Miami
Shores Presbyterian Church.
Mr Turner hold top posts, usual-
Ij connected with fund-raising, in
the Red Cross, United Fund, Boy
Scouts, councils on welfare and
economics and Radio Free Europe
He had been affiliated with the
Community Television Foundation
sters Chanm :
- nee the Sta-
wi nt on the air 12 yean a o
Sinci 106-1 he had served as il
etin I in 1965, Mr.
i r ha I be i activi as i pri-
.i i i ons iltanl in business, and at
the same time continued his civic
Aork in September he was the
Miamian appointed by state
School Superintendent Floyd Chris-
tian to a seven-member education
television advisory board to im-
prove ETV for the state
Tecknkm Women
\ Observe Chanuhah
The Miami Beach Chapter,
'omen's Division of Technion.
ill celebrate Chanukah with an
1:30 a.m.-brunch on Thursday.
|'."ec. 14, at the Algiers Hotel.
The annual observance will lea
jre a candlelighting ceremony by
.fe trustees with traditional mu
-ical accompaniment.
Mis Dorothy Kritfer Fink, vice
resident, will discuss latest devil
pments in Israel and at Technion.
-nd holiday musical selections will
e given by Mrs. Meyer Harris
Mrs. Jack Cantor is chairman of
he day. Mrs Nan Cohen is in
hargi of program, and Mrs Mil-
jn Sirkin u president
Children's Film festival
For the opening of the 5th Chil
ren's Film Festival, the Surf-Hal-
1 ay Branch, Miami Public l.ibraiy.
ill present the award winning
Krencta film The Red Balloon.'
l Saturday at 2 p in in the I.anai
J.oom of the Surfsidc Community
enter.
...:is Id tho open bourn hi ..... meeting d the Si
hood of Congregation Beth C by mem]
| he committee. Shown (seated from left) are: Mrs_ Law-
rence Scherr. Mrs. Seymour Friend and Mrs. Leo Bravar-
inan. Standing are Mrs. Nathan Spigelman. Sftf0?*
dent and Mrs. Albert Dubbin. The luncheon wtll be :
M 11 a.m. Wednesday at SpectOJ Hall.
GELMAN
Wometeo Theatres
Show dolor Films
The color film. "Ro-ie," starring
Ri i) Imd Ri ssell. Sandra Dee and
James Farentino, is opening Fri-
. ij night at Womi arib. Mi-
ami. Miracle, 163rd St.. Palm
Springs and T\.in li Theatres.
other color films with Friday
peninfS at Wometeo theatres in-
clude "King of Hearts." a French
on edj at the Mayfair. Sunset and
\,i mandie and rhe Family Way"
ng tin father-daughter team
of John Mills and Hayley Mills, at
the Parkway Art Theatre.
Annual Brunch
Wednesday Roon
The annual membership brunch
of the Hebrew Acadc.ny Wuimn
Mil be held at the Dcauville Hotel
on Wednesday at noon Rabbi Alex-
ander S. Cross, principal of the
Acadtmy. will induct new num-
bers and life members.
Some 300 guests are expected to
attend the aifair. according to Mrs.
Samuel Rosner, president.
Mrs Irving Firtel is membership
chairman, and Mrs. U-onard ROS4 n
is board chairman.
State Attorney is Speaker
State Attorney Richard E. Ger
stein will address a meeting of
Voters. Inc Tuead*) evening at
Washington Federal. 1234 Wash-
ington Ave Harry Levy, president
of the group, will moderate the
meeting.
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One-Man Show At
Beach Art Gallery

Artist Maurice Golubov will have
a one-man show at the Lowe Levin
son Art Gallery at Temple Beth
Sholom To begin Dec. 8 following
Friday evening services .it Reth
Sholom. the exhibit will continue
through Dec. 29.
Mr. Golubov studied at the Na-
tional Academy of Design in New
York and has had shows in every
important gallery in this country
lie ha> also had traveling shows in
many European capitals.
The art exhihitis at the Lowe
Levin-ion Art Gallery are sponsor-
ed by the Beth Sholom Festival of
the Arts, with Mrs. David Prucker.
chairman. Mrs. Seymour Silverman
is president of the Sisterhood, and
.lames S. Knopkc is president of
the Brotherhood, which jointly
sponsor the Festival Mrs Harvey
E Kramer and Mrs E Max Kessel-
man are cochairmen of the 1961
program.
NELSON
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tim MMirs \!r- HartTi ; I
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Her Tamid Opens
Interfaith Dialogue
Temph Nit Tamid will hold on
- fust lecture in a
- of monthly dialogu. be
tween Jewish and Christian resffi
mi- leaders, who will discuss suh
jects of interest to people of all
aiths
Tin subject for the month of De
i it 1867, w ill be "'.lews and
Christians Look at Christmas and
Chanukah!" Participating in the
ons are Rev. Luther Pierce.
producer and Imst on Channel 2.
i to Mi n": Father Arthur De
Bovoise, director of the Catholic
Newman Clubs on College Campus
in th<' Diocese of Miami; and Rabbi
Solomon Schiff, executive director
oi 11 Rabbini. ;il Association of
ene ii
li a lei ol Ti mple
Nei amid, will acl .i- ......lerator
Spirit (M Carnival
it Temple Bazaar
All the traditional trappings of a
carnival will '>c on tap for the an-
aar sponsored by the Beth
Solomon > ongregation and slated
to be held starting at noon on
Sunday
To be set up on the congregation
nds at ">0 N\V "ilst PL, the
affair mil feature booths, games.
prizes. Chanukah .mft-, decorations
and refreshments
Added attraction will be magic
by Maurice
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LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCL'IT COL'RT OF THF
ELEVENTH JUDICIAI CIRCl'IT.
IN AND FOR OAOE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
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A revolving line of credit for
checking customers is the basis for
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now available in South Florida.
Called Super-Check, the program
Combine! regular or special check-
ing accounts with ready cash re-
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and future needs. It amounts to a
personal bank at the customer's
personal loan at the customer's
instant command.
In addition to protecting the cus-
tomer from being overdrawn.
Super-Check lets him borrow cash
up to the amount approved by the
bank. This is known as a "line of
credit.''
Super-Check is being offered by
the United Banking Croup, but in-
dividuals who are not customers
may be approved for Super-Check
subject to opening a personal
checking account with one of the
banks in the United Banking
Croup.
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MIAMI, FLA
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Then others will be able to
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Friday, December 8, 1967
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IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
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Friday. December 8. 19H
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OVJRiNG OUR
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WE AGREE YOUR FAMILY DESERVES THE BEST!.. THAT'S
WHY EVERY CUT OF FOOD FAIR BEEF IS
U.S. GOV'T INSPECTED ,5^ ftsol?
CHOCE
USDA
PRIME
SIRLOIN
STEAKS
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FAIR
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$1.29 LB
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Porter h se steaks prime lb $139
Rib StOflKS WELL TRIMMED PRImELB $1.09
Chock Steaks ^<
Top Round Steak p.e lb $i.w
Cube Steaks TtwotR ^u "<>
Rib Roast C5KS p-el. $1.09
BONELESS
Crossrib Roast ^ ^ib si09
TOP OR BOTTOM
Round Roost "Ll .. prime lb si 19
300
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EXTRA STAMPS ARE YOUI
WITH THIS COUPON'
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Sour Half & Half 29
Sliced Swiss Cheese 43
FOOD FAIR CREAMED
COTTAGE
CaRDEn FBE.m ShO-"miTE f{lr
Mushrooms OV
tcf Florida juicf _
Oranges 10 "
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