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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Language:
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
December 15, 1967

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Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
December 15, 1967

Subjects

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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^Jewish Flos* idian
Number 48
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Miami, Florida. Friday, December 15. 1967
S.
UJA Announces Drive
With 'No Limit' Fixed
. ... ...
i Franc u tl it the i
I MOOI
I for by Frei h V.
lolnl Distribul Ap-
runds ui ti they find suitable ho::
NEW YORK .JTAi A massive,
'no limit" fund raising drive will
be conducted by the United Jewish
Appeal id 198 in meet the "crucial
human needs in Israel and 30 other
countries throughout the world." it
was announced here this week.
E Iward Ginsberg, of Cleveland.
announced the plans for the "no
limit" campaign at the closing ses
"i the L'J v- national confer-
Mi Ginsbt rg had just been
ted gem ral i hail man ol the
i i \. succeeding Max M Fisher,
ol Detroit, who had held thai posl
since 1!)05
The conference heard an ad-
dress by Maj Gen. Yitihak Ra-
bin, chief of staff of Israel's de-
fense forces, who asserted that,
while Israel was "pursuing peace
with all of its might," the war
with the Arabs is not over, but
Israel is cenfident it ran meet a
new test of arms "if only our
most faithful ally, the Jewish
ceorle, will be a full partner and
will accep* the significance of
this responsibility."
>r major ad Iresses were <\v
liver (I bj Baron Elie de Roths
P is B
of London: Dr Mi ses Rosen
i ol Rumania;
U)C Boosts
Budget By
\S2 Million
VFW YORK (JTA) The Join)
D.-tnbution Committee adopted
lus week a budget of S24.551.000-
1968. about $2 million above
actual 1967 expenditures of
22.500.000.
In presenting the budget, Samuel
Maori executive vice chairman,
'Id the JIR"s annual meeting
ire that the increased amount
|.,- necessary because last .lime's
mx Day War had affected not only
srael but "has produced profound.
>ften permanent, effects upon Jews
nd Jewish communities in Kast-
rn Europe and the Moslem world
The JIX' will have to aid some
i75,000 needy Jews in 30 countries
I round the world in 1968. he said.
B lM budget will be submitted to the
I ed Jewish Appeal, of which the
pDC is a beneficiary'
Louis Broido was reelected chair
^nan of JIX' for* third term.
Almost $7 million of the $24.
551.000 budget has been earmark
! lor .IIH" programs in Israel. Mr.
liaber said Another $882,000 will
o (or support of religiou- and cul
-ral activities, raising the total
Eshkol To \ isit I .S.
As Guest Of Johnson
SAMUU 1. MABfff
budget for Israel to close to $8
million, almost a third of the total
budget Over $5 million will go for
aid to needy Jews in Moslem conn.
tries in North Africa and the Mid
die East Close to $4 million will be
allotted to health and welfare serv-
ices in Kurope.
"In Israel. Europe and the Mos-
lem countries, the relief and re-
habilitation programs of the JDC
remain indispensable for the sus-
tenance ol some 375.000 .lews."
Mr. liaber said For many of
them JIX' aid means survival." Be-
Continued on Page 6-A
WASHINGTON, D.C. (JTA >The
white House announced this week
that Prime Minister I.evi Eshkol
will come to Washington early in
February on an "'informal visit"
as the guest of thr President and
they will discuss "topics of mutual
interest It is believed that meet
tags between President Johnson
and Mr. Eshkol will take place oij
Feb. 7 and 8
Mr. Eshkol will probably stay at
Blair House, the President's formal
guest facility across the street from
the White House, it was learned
His visit was categorized as infor-
mal but he will lie the guest of
President Johnson
At San Antonio. Tex George
Christian, spokesman for President
Johnson s..kI this will be a pri-
vate visit."
PKCMtlK [SHKOl
Record 1968 Budget
Voted by B'nai B'rith
\\ ISHINGTON (JTA) B'nai
B'rith announced this week a rec-
ord $13,261,656 budget for 1968.
Including $5,927,168 44.7 per-
cent lor its youth programs for
Jewish teenagers and college |tu
dents The total budget, adopted
\FL Urges Mideast Talks
AFL CIO PLEDGES
AID TO HISTADRUT
George Meany, president
Ol the Ar'LCIO. announced
that the American labor
movement would fully sub
scribe to $io million in do-
res of Histadrut, the is
rat labor Federation The
i la will be used to ax
pand Histadrut cooperatives
in Israel Mr Meany'a an
' t wa- made at a
ll lUiU neon attended by
: c is o the 11 mllion
er American labor or-
on,
Delegates to the seventh conven-
tion of the American Federation of
Labor Coagresa ol Industrial or
Sanitations adopted a resolution
his week calling on Israel and the
Arab states to begin direct I
tuitions with a view to ending the
iiostiht.es. lixing definitive and se
i-uie boundaries, and obtaining .m
equitable peace
The All. CIO. meeting at Bal
rlarboui appealed to the United
tes government and all other
lemocracies to provide Israel with
he opportunity to acquire the arms
needed for it-- security which Is be
ing threatened by the vail Soviet
re-arming of the most bellicose
Arab nations
The resolution further urged
that the United States give no
economic or military assistance
to any combatant government in
the Middle East "which refuses
to enter into negotiations for a
permanent peace settlement
without which there can be no
economic progress or well-being
for any nation in this pivotal
region "
The delegates urged the United
Nations and the more industrially
developed countries to pledge ade
quate rcsoui ces to speed the recon
sti intion desperately needed to
overcome poverty in the Middle
Continued on Page 16 A
by the organisation's board of go*
ernors at its annual meeting here.
represents a 5.5 percent increase
over allocations lor the present
year
Dr. William Wexler B'nai B'rith
president, reported it as me larg
est single increase in the organi/a
tion's 124-year history, "reflecting
the growth in Una; B'rith affairs
and in the Jewish community it
self."
The budget includes a combined
increase ol $392,790 for B nai B'rith
Hillel Foundations, now on 266
campuses with the addition of two
new schools approved at the meet
mg and expenditures for the B'nai
B'rith Youth Organization, which
has 50.000 teenagers enrolled in
1.617 chapters, and B'nai B'rith
vocational service m 20 inetropoli
tan cities These items also repre
sented the largt -t s ngle increase
fur B'nai B'rith youth work, Dr
Wexler said The two new cam
puses approved for Hillel programs
were Easl Carolina College Gn
Continued on Page 9-A
Gregorio Shapiro, of Mexico City;
Aryeh I. Pincus, of Jerusalem,
chairman ol the Jewish Agency;
Mr Fh hei Mrs Jennie .lone-, if
Detroit. Rabbi Herbert A Fl
executive vice-chairman <>(
I .1 \. and i. Broido, ch
iran of the Joinl Distribution '
i e
i Friedman announce I
I i
1 : \ lasl Jui
ite the costs of l-r. i
manitarian programs, which Is-
raelis could not meel beci
ihi ei cost '': Six-D ly
War will be c intinui d during l x
The UJA pan pi if n in llM-8, Mr.
Ginsberg said al the cloj
sion. will be the flrsl in the r.i \'s
30-year history without a fl
'for the reason that the ni
to be circumscribed
by any goal Since its inception.
I IA has raised *2 billion
Jewish rescue, relief and recon-
struction programs in Israel and
30 other countries around the
n orld The rids to be raised in
i"t:H. he -aid. will be devoted to
these two high-priority area- of
Jewish needs
1) The crucial human needs that
must be met on behalf of more than
100,000 Jewish immigrants now liv-
ing in Israel, as well as for the
25.000 other newcomers whose ar-
rival is antieir.ited in 1968: 2) To
carry on existing programs outside
of Israel, on behalf of more than
400.000 Jews principally in Eu-
rope, North Africa and the Middle
E isl
Gen. Rabin told the confer-
ence that Israel now faces "the
.ireatest test to which the Jewish
people have been put since the
destruction of the second Jewish
commonwealth by the Romans.
The great Jewish endeavor of the
past century, to restore and
establish the Third Common-
wealth," he said, "still needs the
aggregate effort of the entire
Jewish people."
Mr Pincus told the delegates
ihat "'millions upon millions of dol-
lars are needed from the UJA ju-t
to hold the line in the field ol so-
cial welfare." He said the Six Day
War COSl Israel's people many hun-
dreds of millions of dollars and
now in order to stay militarily
abreast Ol the rearmed and still
belligerent Arab .-tates. Israel's
people must continue to spend
more hundreds ol millions.
DK. WIUIAM rVfXl


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Eban: No Likelihood of
War In Coming Month
.Ir.ia &ALE1I There u no re.
ton to believe war will resume m
tht- next few months. Foreign Min-
ister Abba Kban told the Knesset
thi> week in sunning up during a
foreign policy debate When the
transition tO peace is achieved, this
will mean progress and no! with-
drawal, he Stated. Holding on to
flic new territories may be a ne
cesstty, but it is not Israel's ulti-
mate coal, he asserted point mi:
out that the problem is not the tor
ntones. but then population
Mr Eban stressed that the dia-
logue with Fiance la continuing,
but be said that whoever sends
arms to Iraq bolsters the strength
of the fore- aligned against Is-
rael Iraq has 20.000 soldiers near
the cease fire line inside Jordan,
he said, and Iraqi officers train
saboteurs ho are infiltratin
rael The foreign minister also -aid
that a fruitful relationship with the
United States i- c mtinuing He en
pressed the hope Uiere would be
continuing persona] contacts be
tween Prime Minister Eshkol and
President Johnson
All parties except the Commu-
nists and two splinter groups voted
approval of Mr Eban statement.
Four Communists voted a
'pornspo *S t^v anr
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovskv
PtMM Jl 1 1595
4S HUCHI6AN AVI.. MIAMI BIACK
s
government and the rightwing
Free Center abstained. The Com
munists demanded inclusion and
approval of the U K. Security Coun-
cil resolution, while the Free i en
ter asked for immediate annexa
non and the settlement of occupied
territories.
Farlier. at a closed session >!
the Cabinet. Mr Kban disputed
France's contention that Iraq was
a non-combatant in the Six-Da)
War and could therefore receive
French jet tighter bombers
Mr F.ban said that, on the first
day of the war. an Iraqi plane
bombed the coastal town of Ne
tanya and was shot down, and that
further Iraqi air incursions over
Israel ceased onlj when an Iraqi
airfield near the Iraq Jordan
der was bombed bj Israeli planes
lit was announced in Paris eai
lier this week that Iraq will re
ceive 50 Mirage V jet fighter
bombers, apparently the same
planes that Israel bought and par
tially paid for before the June war,
but which President de Gaulle re
d to delivt i
Mr Kban noted that units of the
Iraqi army moved into Jbrdan on
the ev oi the war, were on their
way to the Weal Hank, and were
deployed for action when .Jordan
accepted toe United Nation- ceasi
fire thus ending military action on
that front He pointed out further
that Iraq was one of the combatant
nations approached by I'.N. Seen
tary General U Thant with the
IN cease-fire proposals, and had
agreed to comply with any agree
ment accepted by Jordan
ZIONIST CONGRESS
POSTPONED TO MAY
JERUSALEM tJTAl The
Jew l* Agency executive, re
spondinl to requests from V\
orriat groups in several coun-
tries, has changed the date
for the next World Zionist
Congress from Feb. 19 to a
time al the end of M> A
spokesman said the tanerl
ean section of the Agency
had agreed to the May date,
and the matter now will go
to the World Z'onist Actions
Committee tor final approv-
al. The request for postpone-
ment was based on the wish
es of the Zionist parties and
organizations to complete ar-
rangeroents and discussions
Of Agency proposals to re-
aniU the World Zionist
movement
RABBI GILBERT KLAPERMAN
ol Lav rence, N Y has been named
to head the newly organised Na
t.onal Rabbinic ORT Committee
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M day at 12 30 p.m at 1234
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I party ..ilid for Thursday noon.
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Confusion And Conflict
-- A Seasonal Issue
Al
'.
ing the extei
.
i the fa
... .
the observance!
the char.:

year, the Rabb::. :. A
n of Greater Miami issues a
ful guideline with I
pose of assisting It.
-. the confusion and conf]
e holiday poses for them.'
In attempting tc deal with the
flicts apparent in our .- .- at
s se-ison, some pai
.- oose to see all aspects ot the h
observance as harmless prac-
wuh no religious sigi
all. The: readily fall
popular Irend that commercializes
holidays but in so doing they are
::sservice to I
risUan neighbors as we!! as themselves.
Ar' -" : hristm is hav oeen condemned by
ergymen and laymen who have
deplored the trend toward con.
lizcrtion
ban oba -...- _. such
ristmas tree may not necess
e religious developm
le holiday commem they are nev-
of the r-:.j:ous cot.-
d lews cannot in gooa nscience po
them withoul .. nous p.-
plea ;r own.
It should also be r n ized that much of
11 and conflict wish home:
me of the year is due to unfortunate
-n js in our owi us commitment.
that wherever the
I : radices his own
3ith with a pride and deaication apparent to
..:s neighbors, th< nflict or confusion
any time jr

tior.

Under Dr. Lehrm
the rabbi is expect-* : :
the plai
tion oi
.try.
IMA Plans A Vital Campaign
United Jewish A; ^end
:>orked on its plans for the coming year
medication in th A its leader
Stored by the election of Max M. Fisher of
Detroit to the new post of president and the
minq of Edward Ginsberg of Cleveland as
general chairman.
At the annual UIA d conference in
delegates from \; of the
pledged the support of their commun:
r the cad jt tasks thai lie ahead.
At stake in the success of the 1968 ITJA
apedgn will be what has been described as
second part of the miracle" of Israel's
lory last Iune--the establishment of a
gree of stability In an effort to achieve a lasting
peace in the Middle East
Also vitally tied in Wttfa -. successful cam-
in f ^r the coming v=kit will be the rejuvenn-
of Jewish lifc in Europe where major up-
heavals still plague Jewish communit
ticularlv In France where a post-World War II
remnant of 175.000 Jews has grown to more
than 500,000 mostly from North African immi-
gration.
Miami Jewry can be particularly proud of
the role this community is playing in the his-
toric efforts of the Umted Jewish Aor
Heading a list of distinguished delegat
the Conference. Dr. Irvina Dhrman, sour
leader of Temple Emanu-FJ Miami Botch, was
reelectod national chairman of the UJA's Rab-
binical Advisory Council.
The reelection of Dr. Lehrman to this im-
portant national poet is a tribute to the dynamic
Jewish Education Standards
One ..:;
com:
edu
the
Ir:
tionr hav
1 I
:
education I
Often this is not I
tion. particularly
elude th
bent on .
ents a...
teacher is eng
hours ,
contrib
The
cation will :
to led-,
com mo.
other way Try lad that a I
s ac mplishes fa:
aal time when
find the
school standai
hat parents come
It came as a welcomed develoom.....
ore. when BWh David Congn
Louis'^ hn0r "S Israel Dl*r
t~~K Gadon'.a V9,eran oi threo
teaching m ft*. Sv.
and president of tho H-br-w TenrhlC. i
ation of Greater MtamL T*aeh^ "
pxt.^ of educating the youth':
^lLtUr of 'J^, ^
JOSEPH msw
The MrNamara Hogwash
W VSHING 1 >S Bit- and pieces
of the true itorj "i Robert 8
McNamaxa resignation aj m*c
Irfense hai i alread)
ei Bui from M many
Mich an
ii about poli-
i Prei lent,

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told for
~in
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is quite
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thai nothing but
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el piedgi i" t!..
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an ata |j unplaacanl an.) not
w!- lor
\dilf-ff I mitpliraiiun
v '' Mn Mr-
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n I ros*B||
'> major duraeter
"nple and -flecunt
w. M ,h..,r
- in) preaaun to
McNamarawssssh
to almo.t ,-qual
'"'I DSBd on Mar
Namara And the kind of
**" it* Mcretary was ssatar
Ji a, the Defenas DeMrtMM
"leer ere. even at ^nd hand
Beaea acute. contrH.,n con-
tern about hi,fe had bean add-
ed to McN.m.r,-, ^ ^ of
^r;;r'" (;*-orge Wood, ap-
Proached him ^^ tlme ,"
would be leaving th, A Rl .
een NStl. .n.1 ;;, -
mu.t act without
h- rajslly -ranted
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that lb*
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Ml Samara
I tbat
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ha a entin
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were thr I':,
made it eo,Uall)

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like to lake the ;s
dene) if Mr i ii
fas arsj to lettii
v: this point
necs
rombioaUoa
hrjrtrdit.
..lat nark
ma I relation- ..
and the Mr a I -
lca\. Both rhu;.. t.
been kn<>Mn |
When l
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weoi to th. ie
late I'hilip Oral
release |o V.
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bias Gn
HbM oecsaaa
sea*, bs
n..t reall> be.
tji lesvii
for his ;
in the anie f-
BtJIldg depatti.
and Irostv UTtafl
u attb II 1
;h he i
!r,l Mr :
nam an,) oth.i I
pa wad in McNan
was (.r belt. :
nse.
fttMaA'i \iJiiiiraliini
Beeaasa he a
hi in s.i i n lebl
knon
health tbe Pn
fully decaded thai
to the M-cretar\
There Ihe hea:- ;
But the pettinesa
i>ie fnneiuig. p
though in a fi
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In brief. I'r.
Set retar) of Mm
H Povtaf that hi
tuats MeNsnara
Hank joh aaitfi
informing McNa
forme.1 nsSfjl ^
World Bank |
to MrNamara aU I
ihereafter Thu McNan ra eJ
I m Igaoraaca ''''
dent \ decuiun. n
l>eiiod a-, ha- heal
!-..' no more than th.
Ueen Ibe comm I
Fowler and hi talk tl Wed
On Ihe follow :nn I
TbanksgJrlng thr
nomination was I
fore Ihe World Bank
Some of the subset
originated here Th.-
wanted an Ameruar
Wood* They were enlM
about MrNamara But IbO haa
been eager to break tbt *
precedent of unique America-
nominee*. They wante-1 ?>*
to have a choice amoiv: ****
nomioec*. and thee* were *
CeeiMfMMd e*>Fas **
th. >-ssiu time, in
ine earn da> of last month. Thia asaeaeaaiae- -
Ume wood, told him that it wa. r.^n^t M .-., ""?&
now or never, that he Wood. *" t>tmaiea bjr A"*""
wooa. rimm -rB-fc..t-.
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Friday, December 15. 1967
-JmrtdinurMhrn
r at
presenl .
by Isrnel General Joseph Geva (left) nt I
r State tl lc. More .s ol
I rs of the red
I 10 sta lin i ili
Institute Subject To Be Police Work
An institute on Police Column-
it) Relatioau has been icheduled
tor Prida) from 8am lo 3 p.m .
itb lunch included, to be held jt
Ibe Dupont Plaza Hotel
Tlii' :>f..i> || being ipon-
bj the Ploiida Region
National Conierenee of Christiana
and Jews, Dade County Association
of Chiefs of Police, and Dade Coun-
t> Community Relations Board.
Ralph Renick vice president in
charce of news. WTVJ. Channel 4.
is servini as chairman and will
preside at the proKram offered.
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Ml order to shov. our complete thai blatant Ues and distortions of
and le^itunase disgust at the wa> historical fait are recognized as
and manner in which Charles de such by Americans and will no. be
Gaulle ha.s rqajlgned the Jewish tolerated bv them
people and the State of, Israel. I
feel that we a- Jews should iri-ti
tute a total Jewish boycott oi all
French products.
This boycott would nol !> in-
tended against the pe o pie of
Prance, but rather at the DeG
government which has issued these
vilifying remarks
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On Sunday at Temple Tifei
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will participate in .. Chanu
Song Festival, to lie followed
the annual Sisterhood latk< pi
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Friday
William Baggs Recipient Of Humanities Award
Gideon Rafael Is Guest
Dignitarv AI Vmiiial Ball
Isra.r chief oeiegate to the
I'nitod Nalktas, Ambassador Gid-
eon Rafael, will be guest dignitary
at the annual Ambassador's Bail
to be held Saturdaj evening, Dec
23, in the Grand Ballroom of the
Fontainebleau Hotel The event will
climax the fall Israel Bond Drive
in Greater Miami
Sam Blank, chairman of the
Committee of Patron Hosts, not-
ed that this year's event, coming
in the historic year of Israel's
Six-Day War and the liberation
of Jerusalem, will be of particu-
lar significance, serving to ce-
ment the ties which already exist
between the American Jewish
community and the Jews of Is-
rael.
\ i -. the An
I issador Ball I be the
moi \
dor and 1
i
'
< Iv
I' anothi
19 young ladies i '! be
and Mi s
ael ii a < butante ceremony
''s>i
Irad
'
Grand Hostess of the Ball is
Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, who
will conduct the presentations of
the young ladies to the Ambas-
sador.
be thi
e Tem|
their re-
mal

v ,|
Israi his
Israel s
'ii and Lux
:,,! eriod he >ls<
lions General Asa
The ii) debutantes who u
presented to Ambassadoi nd Mrs
l.'afael are
Dahlia Abramowiu, Linda Carol
Berey, Susan Gail Cavell I
l < e Cohen, Deborah Sue l>..\ is,
Rosemarj Mope Falk, Joyci inn
l i Itzin. Gwen Ar i i Shel
I Goldman, Judith Myra Green
Iris Bonn) Horowitz. Lynda
Dak Kalman Kotler, Maxine Hope Kronish Les
lie Lj .. R i Chi ryl Ri
Sal
JDC Boosts
Budget liy
S2 Million
Continued f-om Page 1A
1968
nost cerl
all the nee Is JD<
'
s." hi
Ri ... wtng iDt teUi tiles in
i 'ri: Mr Habai roporMd thai IDC
had ass sti

i most $22 i mi]
.! included 93.000 in
Israi: M DM iron ai I M
countries, 60.000 in Wi sti n Eu
i'l.nm in Europe, where JDt
conducted programs in Poland, Bu
ind Yugos in S 000
ther areas such a-- An i
i America and Asm Th. n
another 70 cnkj pen Ml l -
ams which cul across
boundaries Mr liabei
, at the I ted Na
The delegaU .. lopted
pledging support foi tin- En
if the United Je\
Appi rael, and ip
for the n gull
1068 ll .-
through the raj iilai i J \ campaign
.ID'' ii,
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ABRAHAM FRANK
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Jewish A :
WHllaO) I Dag internatiori.illy
known crusading adltM of The Mi
ami Newa, ha- been n.-i.ned the
,, ; e.m n Knusexett-
Award, it waa
announced bj San Blank, chair
i ommtttM Bar
\sn idor Ball ai which at
present
in naming of
the Award Mr
rhe i ime of William
i- man id
-utarian. champion of
Israi ebo a II be added lo the
for this
Bill B
Mian lo in erica but
rigs to humanitj
Pn
include irchibald Mel eish lust
Dr Hi arj
King 'he
I'ntvi M I
hi pub
I

v' I
lie roined The m.
i*^

and became ,
paper m iMn i
rhc Miami \
limes boon awardi
> i
\riurran jonrn.i
Mr Bafja araa
- in the \\ \
ill the south .,:
.-. ra of th, i
Boat i .-I D
He ana rtatti 11st
and has been an .
I l-i ..i v Mali :
Wednesday Breakfast M*f
For Beth Torah Sisferfiooi
i',. Ilojlit K.i
ih Tbrah i
hold a breakfi
norning al 10
i il
The
lltled !
Dream a

Steli Mrs Gi
S Icrhood ;
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We provide the hotels, motels and
apartment houses with carpets lamps
and furniture, but when we need re
furnishing moneywise we go to the
growing bank Their willingness
to help always leaves our account
feeling quite well decorated.
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15. 1967
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Pti"
GRAND MUSIC HALL OF ISRAEL

ariety Review
Greatei M Israel B< d buj
s of 19CJ will I ave the t>P|
ij to !* aroon | the hm la ma
>, all-Israeli in sic and dance re-
ni, "The Grand Music Hall ol u
rael" on it> opening nights here at
i,ic Count) Auditoi ium
The extra far been
en :n w \ n lean cities- -Phil-
elphia and Beaton where criti-
l notices were enthus astic and
iblic receptioi l-ft no doubl >>f
unlvi peal
Th firtt two nights of the per-
formance*, Dec. 26 and 27. hv*
| tican reserved tor the Chanukah
Festival sponsored annually by
| State of Israel Bonds. Festive
celebrations are planned includ-
ing tfie traditional lighting of the
Mrnorah and the singiri by the
en'ire audience of Chanulcah
songs led by th* 67 member cast.
T ti performances on both nights
will begin at 8 00 p.m.
Pi rfonnei in i cast Imih
> .mil i win' mem
i '. the I Vt 'tin an I ;
inati'd in :!' Si) Da Wai
t a rd. re h c a n
the sh e inti
e outhn ..k li had
vn scheduled I
am pi a in P
> mi-' 7' h
i r the show
y low en
I ,:: I' i: I | i Grand Musii
Hall of Isi ae
I: can to a .11 remain in
Miami th 'an 7 Matim
\ ill I*- given on Saturday and Sun
i ,i> rhr ih iw m ill open a run cm
Broadv, ay In J inuarj
Chiming to Miami for the Chanu
Festh il perform am e in trib-
i.-, |o the casl who h.\<\ served with
n in Israel sv. id \ Ictory
in tune, will Ik- Gen David Car
mon. a founder i>i Ihe Israel De
' net Foi ccs Sta I n mand
hi l. undei *'.->in man; mi
-rs >if I'lir '. ind Music Hall ol
." tr.iu|i < I
Complimentary tickets of ad-
mission to the Chanukah Festi-
al will be available to Greater
'Aiami residents who have pur-
hased Israel Bonds in 1967.
The produi i ved
by
K iir-
.,, mon
Ba which .
/ci'
,. hat "ii
urn
Th.' :i'\ iew ents Ihe pick
in the i
ii
In ail lit ion lo Ihe Karmon His
truth Ballel U
res Nthama llendel. the Huh
I Ilianit, the Ha-
melims, Michri and Boai The
chi -Ira i- iimler the direction of
halt Graziani
Highlights Festival
Education for Women Is
' I ontinuing Education for Worn-
in" will be Ihe subject of a talk
at Ihe Temple Or Olom Sisterhood
I evening Dei J;.
in the temple auditorium.
Harr) Sarnoff, program
ch .11 man, will Introduce Mrs Rob
art P Phillips ol the Council
lucation ol to
i niv< rsit) ol Miami Koubek
(.'enter, and Mrs Warren Zundell
i i i talk will conclude u ith a
in. Mon and answer period
Mrs Walter Seidler i- cultural
Program Subject
vice president and Mrs Joseph
Rothman is president of Sister-
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Friday December
Rabbis' Guide Answers Questions On Christmas
Rabbinical Association of
ter Miami this week issued Its
ids. for Jewish Parents Regard-
Christmas" in the form of q
' .i!'ii answen on the Jewish
nil toward the celebration oi
i bxiitmas
"he Guide, which was issued f<>r
\- ociation by Or Irving Lehr-
presidenl and Kiibh; S
i Schiff, executive vice |
-. i~ in response to inquiries J
ish families in the communit>
: the Guide, .n
to the Association statement.
<> assist Jewish parents in the
,i>. >:; ..:;,! conflicts which the
.. laj !'>(' ini them The full
ot the (iuide follow v
isn't Christinas a national noli-
cay which all Jews can observe
in good conscience?
Eank* and government agencies
close, but above all things
1 -tmas is a major Christian
t da) which celebrates the birth
t. ."esus. the Christian Messiah To
I _est to our Christian friends
t:. Christmas is anything else
v. .id be presumptuous
A MJtOP
Mc\amara
Continuec trom Page 4-A
OS because only McNamara's
was submitted
That was gotten over and the
ole thing was tied up. though
t before the fact of the nom-
had leaked from the
>rld Bank No one who knows
tituati inwardness sup-
s that the President sent that
.nination without d retarj McN.imara has told
ie friends that the President
eated him with great gen-
rosit) and consideration."' There
anlv one flaw in the picture
persistenc) of the indications
it the avalanche of hogwash
ore-mentioned originated in
vicinity of Sen Robert V
nned)

Christmas is not in I
ID as Thank-.::- : Day. the
Fourth of July, De< I 'ay, or
in) other American holiday. Since
we do not regard Jesus as our a-
i .or. we cannot in
i ve Christn '
our religion- principles
How do Christian clergymen
and the responsible Christian
laity regard the problem?
onsible Christian It aders Ik-
moan the perversion ot the Christ
is season and are trying to do
- imething al oul it Christian cler
rymen and laymen constant!)
speak out against the commerciali
nation of the Christmas celebration
it is a religious holiday, and should
be regarded as such
Would it not be the better part
of discretion to ".-jo along" with
our Christian neighbors, even if
it means observing Christmas?
No matter involving violations
of strong religious convictions can
be regarded as trivial or minor
The true spirit of Americanism
would never compel anyone to act
in conflict uith his freedom of con
science. Our early American fore-
bears came to these shores precise
ly for the opportunity to worship
God according to the dictates of
their hearts.
What about the Christmas
tree?
The Christmas tree is distinctive
ly a Christmas symbol Sin Ci
Christmas is for Christians, the
Christmas tree is appropriate for
Christians only. The Christmas
h is no place in the Jewish home
nor should any Jewish child be
compelled to participate ir. any ob
servance- Involving Christmas
ie. -
Should Jewish children partici-
pate in Christmas parties in the
public schools?
Parties designated as Christmas
parties or having the appearance
bristn .i- parties, have no plait
in the public schools Winter or
year-end parties of a general na
ture are acceptable
Is it appropriate to give gilts
to Christian friends?
nH9m Wvddznti Timvr
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It ;- appropi l
mas gifts to our Christian fr i
However, it is net aj propnae* i>
present Christmas gifts to Jew!
Should Jewish children partici-
pate in Christmas plays in public
schools?
No! Christmas pi
religious therm I
havi
n ther hand, some -> I
Winter 1
in v atte npl is i
avoid .ill r< lions
B i| it i- sometimes difficult lo
draw tin disl n< lion II I i
fei!- thai the performam i
it .,11 religious overtones, children
certainlj
Should Jewish children sing
Christmas carols?
No! Carols being rel
hymns, do not belong in the pul
-ihool Jewish children should not
be required lo sing hymns which
embody s theolog) Ihej do not
accept. Neutral songs that have no
religious reference- however, are
acceptable
Do we harm our children by
directing them not to participate?
No Tlie classroom is one among
many places which reveal the >\
istence of difference- We further
our children's personal growth and
matuntv by teaching them that
the) can respect the faith of tl
nemhbor without embl
faith We can dearly mark these
differences bj such simple -'
.,- "This i- what sn
and I we do not d
What about other Jewish chil-
dren who participate in Christ-
mas observances in the public
schools?
MS || there alwaVS
, .., ta i lo not ac
to** Iha wee point of rcspon-ible
ih lea lerahip They proceed
m when the) permit
i participate in
- Ihi- con
- the i hildn antt rn<
tful recom
;>
their
ei inii-i it tin i m
lewrj >
the \mcri
I un
nh of responsi
-, thai e ana ms

-. tl >
Jew
i-h '-' taken > st
mol>
1 '' tit,-
'j'..
ion f,,r non-part;
ereancea ol .. h
ownand that thi-
. on.
Should Chenukah be ct\t0ft).
d in tnm puolic scnoj V
No fe
lutlofi -i- the Laxp .
i rtartan purj
Itea the prim
ot church and state,
be no relis
Would not the entire rrbliu,
be solved .n the pubic; school b
joint Christmas and Chef***
celebration?
No It ,s a s: in-
stitution to observi
bolide) in the p
joint obeen ance or .
.in i.nt correct an i
pounding the en

NOTICE
THE MAYFLOWER HOTEL, ATLANTIC C\Vf, NEW JERSEY
IS UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
EFFECTIVE MONDAY. DECEMBER It, 1967
The Mayflower Hotel will no longer be under
Kashruth Supervision.
(Signed' UNION OF ORTHODOX JEWISH
CONGREGATIONS OF AMERICA
The most
precious gift
is
life, jgr

Drive cautiously*

More people than ever will be shopping this holiday season.
More will be driving. Crossing str
Going to parties. Help them all enjoy a sjfe, happy holiday.
Show your Christmas spirit by driving cautiously,
defensively, soberly.
'0 unto others
P k up youf free
"Do ur-.to others" bumper
top at any FPL <>
And happy hoi .day* |
FLORIDA POWER 1 LIGHT
htkHNO BUILD riOltlDA
COMPANY


Friday December 15, 1967
-JmUti fhrSHHimr
Page&A
I A : '
;..
in the Gr.-^tor
: Jewish Appea
lull ; ::'
! rsl S wi li l the resolution urn
Dr. Ii in. pi
A i latloi md R il S m n S hill
V.
B'nai B'rith
%68 Budget
Continued from Fage 1-A
'". N C nd the University of
< ille
The bo also authorize I archi-
on proposals to
''' Id a II million extensi in
headquarti r building here, and to
et a B nai B rith b ..l I
' rusale n; and voted to part ei
ate in .ii
: hous-
ing pro ects Ii i senior citia
.i Department ol Housir
r .m Development pro (ram
\ senior citizens housing com-
mittee, which includes a number oi
nous.n; specialists, was named to
conduct -:( selections and market
and feasibilit) studies for the con-
struction of several pilot housing
units lor p -rsons 62 years and old-
er u h<> live on limited incomes
' iro, Deputy
id Forces, (reduced to [ th
A by Rabbi Alexander Grosp
I [iami to address the Rabbinical Association
imi and the student body of the Academv.
M

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Sabra, The Liqueur of Israel.
A joyous blend of Jaffa orange with a shade of chocolate.
* ** ..__.. ^_. ii urn ii ut,,, _ifiu ki w (Anorxin
MPO"
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p-Jewistncrkttor
.
EDWARD COHEN
Labor's Changing Scene
Myths die hard l was showing
i m> gold plated dck
adga to th AH. CIO ^ onven-
in being ho Id in our town and
lad\ friend commented, "It
lould be red
l leli ate the
had been iven bj .1 friend
movement
to sit with

iboul I I da> when ;i
p nk -
hav< n slight!)
lile the '>:- guns from
, SSJVe
ol I abor
ays dull.
level. In the
and e\ en ju i
ire ihi' merger, the CIO conven-
ti tent to them.
Miami Beach for ;i labor
rn no
Feels I in sure Walter
teuther is "<' up
ol the b
tine.
M> friend tii' labor leader is
;. and concerned. U has
move
has played a minor rose in
II the social U I the past
.1- been
. thai iiri auac the
LU
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JEWISM.ISRAEII HITS
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PRIZES
trade union constituent -
posed '' workers, unions must
lake 1 progressive stance in so
1.oil ill the "red' ba
\ torii all}. Jew 11 ui
i-:ii as expressi >i bj
leaders, \ iewed the uni< -
I socialist
1
- 1; nerel}
as an instrumenl [01 th
ui wages and '
in, i
con to .1 new and better ^
Mori v(
Lai Jew found the union a
subs' the syna
keepii .. vt thi *
,: ui unionism
1
ui thodox rel
It was no lenl
Jews 1 uch
1 1
it the tu luous thirties a

b... cture 1
the leadership
; the 1
iln t lud *thai
i.1-1 month the Ji wish 1
ttee 1 mid, with

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I Me.
Ii
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etwecn S7.5
1
1
the Jewish leaden but todaj
the) too seem caught in it"' affln
, nt trap while the po and ma

And, I i' ,,u> "'''" n"1
ibh
the Jewish

. ita ed 90
,- rele\ 1 I I
i fakj Ralph
Max C and
D ibinskj iik' diree
, : s 1 immunit) Sen
, awyers econo-
all working
und j- the) alwa) 1


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secularists 1 numl 1 an
toward the ayi
win-re the social action .
ih.-in taid durii
"- aanti see by \
Ideal rtumphrej
Miami Hebrew Book Store
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Friday. December 15, 1967
* Jen irt norkMan
ne

Ml. Sinai Siarts Nuclear Facility
pal
I the board. I \\ I
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Rumanian Trade Mission to Negotiate Pacts With Israel
JBRI SALI \l J1 \ \ Ru tries last Vpril Negotiating foi Is
lan trade mission, headed by rael will be a delegation headed bj
Minister "i Foreign rrade Minister ol Trade and Industry Z
iora, .urn.'.I here 'ins week to Sharel Rumania thi Dnlj
esotiate trade aviation and tour munist-bloc nation that did
tin agreements with Israel in ;i sever dioloi
tn the trade agreement lions with Israel following the Six
i included lHtw.cn the two coun Daj War
Mount Sm.,. Hospital announced
plans this i eek lor the construc-
tion ol .1 S9.S00.000, ruin "Wiry, nu-
el a medical buil ling based on ;i
Kill presi ; ted b> Mrs Harry Blum
il I'll cago and Miami Beach
II ii iking ci re monies for
hi new (acilitj were held on Sun-
day
iv named in
o ol M Blum and called the
i im Nuclear Medical
II be dedicated i.....n
nation's three prime
"Killers cancer, heart and lung
i ses
Payin i tribute to Mr- Blum at
thi i< remonics m re ( ol
life trustee ol the hospital
: t>ie Biu.ns;
ai Kaplan, another lose
i
: Hi the h ispital n i
hi ol
rounds
. ix Oro\ i'.'. chairman
ai s I ii.iiii and Samuel
executive vice pr<
i at ion .. en bj
Kro I nplc
Sholom
Key speaker ol the aftei nun:.
ch tleyci pn sident
. :. isp tal im
V68 AJQongress Tours
Richa l ni
linator for the world-
i :ilr el progi am ol the Amer-
Jewish I'ongres a slat
o -, : 169 j at
i meet ng .it 8 p ir. I hursdav. in
he Medallion Room ol the Carillon
Hotel, according to an announce
Di Max \ Lipschitz.
hi.' nan ol Ihi l' imm.; in on
Jewish Affairs '>f the Smith Florida
. I >! tin' Conur --
matter how devoted it is to the
principles ol serving humanitj is
extended the opportunit) to go be-
yond this scope and eai rj thro
the precepts and requests ol the
President ol the I'nited Stales Re
Ij President Johnson pro-
claimed t" the nation the three ma-
jor killers hi the people <>f our
countryand named them ,i. can-
r heart and lung diseases He
(ailed to America for regional
ical centers to further devote
themselves to combatting these
'kil.ers' by additional research and
extended treatment and facilities.
Today, at these groundbreaking
cen monies, we stand at the thn s
holdbecause ol the generosity ol
Maribel Blum -ol fulfilling this re-
Mount Sinai will build, be
e ol M i- Blum 'a desi re to help
her fellow man. an eight-story, nu
ir medical building, which will
at) I'Oth research and
treatment for these prime killers
i r, heart and lung diseases
According to Mr. Gertner, the
Center, when completed, will
have the latest and most highly
refined pieces of equipment, will
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Our toMBfOM t>.J i--^ ''
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emphasize the radiological ap
proach to the diagnosis and
treatment of cancer and allied
diseases, with investigative stuc
ies to evaluate the use of neu-
trons in this field.
The building will also ineoi i -
, a new type of combined
tensive care program, the flrsl
i planned in this entire area. I ir
medical, surgical and corona
are, with emphasis on medical, n
on to nursing intensive ci
treatment.
Clinical research laboral it ies i e
planed for studies ol kidney (I -
-. blood diseases, and "man -
abilitv in phj sicallj bcc< pt org n
nta from other \ ople a id
cl ion with them
Also included will be a clinic il
for people with
scure diseases and an < nlire t i
is to be devoted to diagnostic stu
Il I treatment facilities for
diseases, such as emphysema.
i onsl nu ii n is scheduled to le-
i lati than Vpril 1968 a
aimed ii i | pro
match two >ear-
DADE COUNTY AUDITORIUM
OPENS TUES., DEC. 26 thru JAN. 7
The opening nights. Dec 26-27 the lust two nights ot CHAN'JKAH are
reserved tor the annual STATE OF ISRAEL BONOS CHAN'JKAH FESTIVAL
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"A great and exhilarating entertainment...
they are all every last one of them brilliant
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Friday. December !5 1967
r^c/icjicus k^ervices
.. m lUdaaatvh sM.i.-ii. **". I
u-,.ki> Portion ( it'- Blbto. \-<
| Mr and M-
i. of Mr
I
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
i
Ortnooox Radoi ia.- Ever
tHAVAT SmALASV < M'rl
T'ON 85 Svy 67tn Av. O'tholox
Ca tor Moir. Birr.
ANSHE EVES V1
Con;rva: -. C inior
BETH DAV'D s"
Conaervatw! Ral Landau
Caruor VS II am V.



BETH EL MO Avenue
Ortr.. lot N 9 S '

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Bcth ISRAI s- M B
orth. a "
ETH JCOl *"
V B P-th- R.i o T.
So rsky C.intcr V.iu- r MlmChtl
BETH KOOESH BW Aw
Modern
Shap.ro. Car-or B-
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Ave. Conr> Itiva '' "' L'B
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3500 SW B9th Way. :o. oerval.v*
Rabr-i Irwm < utl*r
What's In A Name
Principal, Th* H*br*w Acad*my than fool offonded. we J- -
mft the '.':iorBr'<"iin?-^
romarks ;is highly COfHpti
SKV LAKE SV\A(,or.Lt TEMPLf 'UDFA S'0n G'a"ada Blvd
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name''-' is challenged throaghOUl
Biblical history. Beginning with
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t h e etM*
ami chan
nf i person oi
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Ralrn 2- Glixman. Cantrr Ben.an- r
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Ayr Coriervatiwe. Rahl-i Ralph
Carmi Cantor Albert Glantr
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dlf TIFERI rn JACOB f
Hia rah Cona*rat
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ger Cantnr Sey nour Hinke.
TEMPLE ZAVLA
i ,, hi: p m K itunlaj
p rtptural I

teafci Crass
ful iMll I !' '
cioui champion of Y-.v In a
coming I weak
non-combatant Jacob receive* a
new name, a title connoting inner
strength and physical prowess
"Your name shall henceforth be
Israel, for you have battled with
mdatory
For 1st 'ne from
' rel !..
' up to nj.
i. and ... \
, bul physical -t;
v..'!! The in- tin
evi r inti nded to bi
ustoiicin atereotypc oi
cldent or son i .
Had the Jew l i
Israel, he ould not
evi ir bii
It dates bai '. opl '" llr-'' !r"r"
to th
wrestling1
It > durii : tav
the mci World W ir II
i I'n
nol >-<' n
Itc peopli I '.lit
tl ki-.hi ;....!- Pi rhaps
history ''
ought) bloodstained ani
filled.
ii junk a handful of c
a m pi i
name Is
TEMPLE BETH SHALOM of Holly
R,;..., Morten Ma'iviky. Cantor
Ph.c.p Lot"'*'-
rfM"LF H SHOI OV 4'4A CMI-
v '..r--.ll Habbi Leon Krr.n,r
'f nvrl Co'"""
S Ii p III .- '
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Mr-
\ gel rial v ?" '
mighty i>o'rs and were vlcto and poorly annul Jews i
restore the nnam larai
ful position in th<
a: history ,0k ''
rtous
The Jewish world was taken
aback last week > the comments
of tho French President who de
nounced ui as 'Miiairable aentl
mentalists, chauvinists and a dom
u .ir- to \ in licate the
ceived at 'ho birth of 6> il
How fortunato are we
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vengeiol destruction of Shechem by two of Dinahs brother
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thither.
On the Stay, Bat hoi gave birth to Jacob's la-t and youngest
i,on. Benjamin. But Kachel died in childbirth, and Jacob buried
h< r on the way to Ephrath. which is Bethlehem
This rtxeunting of the Wt>>fcly Portion of rh Law is oxtractvd
and bated upon "Th* Graphic History of tha> Jewish Haritai*."
edited by P. Wollman Tsamir, $15. Publisher it Shengold. and the
velum* it available at 27 William St., New York 5, N.Y. President
of th* society rfistributin/j th* volume it Joseph Schlang.
V. MM TO DO A-BOl 1
THE WI-ATHKR
A. What's ne*"' How aic ihingST
B. Progiessinj sktwl) *>nd >'"'
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spiTitiul Iradrr n/ Beih Ttn-ah
Corgregarii'n of N'.'tri Msaww
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Student Congregation Elects New Leaders
Elected to Lead the Student Con Steven Isicotf, Marc Levy. Richard
Krestation of (ho Both Torah Syna- Miller, Stewart Newman. Steven
w for rtte'W.min" >rar were q.....iUlI1 H|chael Gross Mark
Abhv Schre-ber, president. Sheldon ,.,,,, ,.
, EngJer. rabbi, and (Jlenn Sneider. ,',"I">""' """"" W """"
,antor. eU IUr-,r Myra Furman. Keith
Serving with them wiil bo Rich- K,'"'^h. Mind) Abrasas, Harriet
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+Jewisii ncridian
Page 13-A
_. BOOK REVKW _.
Hfymour b. livbman
REVIEWS
Chalhijjr And Encounter
By MAURICE BISCYER
(ireal Sects And Schisms
By REUBEN KAUFMAN
French Back De Gaulle
On Jews And Israel
DR. MANFRED EIGEN, Swedish
cowinner of this year's Nobel Prize
in chemistry, has contributed a
portion of the prize money to the
Hebrew University.
I- .Uthor of Challang* and En-
counur (Crown Publishers. $4 f*5<
served ;i- the executive vice pres
idem <'. B'nai B'rith for 27 years
Th> Temenrlo.i- growth of the
tation cm cut red during his
dm -ration.
I Bisgyer ha- left for
his memoirs, which
i >! onlj h'- years with
I rith but also his es
a hen he w is <' i led in
(an wi rk His activities
him Into contact with
n Washingl in l<
including our pn -
denti '- ''li '"ool dge t > .' ihnson
Sti >t mo lein Jewish his-
can hive recoui n
- and interpretations of
events ranging in scope from in
terf) relations to the Arab
Israi conflict The book i- well
. n and flows from one even)
to anr'.her in an engaging man
net It is regretted thai there is
no ilMM \
Reuben Kaufman is a rabbi
who uses the hard sell in attempt
in1; to leave his imprint on Jew-
ish learning Gr*t sct and
Schisms in Juc*aism (Jonathan
David. $5.95) covers many im-
portanl phases of Jewish history
Howevei the author has confused
hi-l i\ with polemics in several
e g in the section on
' ii
In his section on "The Frankisl
Move one (in Is inconsist-
ent statements wh i h are ann >j
to Ihe mi
w it j 'i he deficit n< > of vai
ti ms is i'v .i< : a I
M \ It) pi
lack an !< |uate e litorial staff
and. consequently, leave to the
t the responsibility for the
accurac} and quality of the man
USI npi Careful e liting Wv/llid
have eliminated man) of the 61
ana and digressions.
Israel Group To Study War Damage Claims
JERl BALEM UTA) The Cab-
inet hai appointed a special min
katcrlal committee to study the
laims ot various religious groups
in Israel for repairs to dama ei
Suffered oy church buildings in the
m\ D*> War. Although no official
um i; Riven, it was learned that
the c?*im: amount to SI million.
The committee will submit recom-
mendationa as lo whether aid
should be given, and in what form.
Hu- i lab .net was told that only a
feu isolated claims had been re-
ceived from Moslem religious au-
Lhorities for damages to mosques,
and that these have been dealt with
by the Ministry for Religious Af-
fuii
MYER 'MIKE" FORER UNVEILING
. Mrs Ida Forer and Children
" ^a Lea Forer, Henry David Forer and Joseph S Forer
Announce
The Unveiling of a Memorial to the Memory of
their Beloved Husband and Father
MEYER "MIKE" FORER
On Sunday. December 17th at 3 P.W
at Mf Nebo Cemetery
Officiating will be Rabbi Ma* Shapiro and
Rabbi Sol landau
Friends and Relatives are Asked to be Present
Cjordon funeral **slom
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cent of the French people agree
with Gen. de Gaulle's characteriza-
tion of the Jewish people and 30
percent agree with his contention
that Israel is an expansionist state,
according to a poll taken by the
weekly magazine L'Ex press Thir-
t>-five percent disagree with the
French leader who said at a press
conference here Nov. 27 that the
Jews were always a domineering
people who created ill-will
The poll, however, apparently did
not reflect the feelings preponder-
ant in French political, academic
and intellectual circles where De
Gaulle's statements on the Jews
and Israel drew storma Of protest
and expressions ol revulsion Two
prominent Gaullists took issue with
the French leader one of them ex
pressing n rel over w hat he called
the oil Hi il French anti Zion
which follows the Soviet anti-
Zionist line
.'.ii qui B imel, former sec re-
tar) of the i NK Party, declared
"ever) Frenchman must fight
against anti-Semitism," addingthat
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Beth Am Forms A
The newl) organized eighth and
nth grade Youth Croups at Tem
i a Beth Am, under the direction
ol Mrs. Mian Rutchick, will meet
\lenda> a! 7:30 pin On Dec 18.
then- will be ;i teenage interfaith
panel discussion
the Belli Am Federatii :. ol Tem
pie Youth, an affiliate of the South
.;,st Federation of Temple Youth,
consists pi itudenti from the 10th
through the 12th grades. They meet
i :ich Monday .it 730 p.ra in the
New Youth (prouj)
Youth Lounge
Jonathan Baumgard i^ the pres
idenl and Jerome Robinson, ad
visor Aided l.eihert is chairman
ol the Beth Am Youth Group Com
mittee
All Day County Fair
Sunshine Chapter B'nai B'nth
Women, was to hold a Country Fair
on Thursday from 9 a m to 4 p ni
at Washington Federal 008 ME
itiTth St
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+M* 1st Meridian
Pnqe \5-A
1TECHNION NEWS
Dignitaries Attending Technion Dinner Dec* 21
Max I.crrwr. international syndicated columnist and author, will
be the Kuest speaker at the Annual Technion Society DilUICl here
Carl Alprrt. executive vice chairman of ,ne Hoard of Governors
of the Technion l>rael Institute of Technology and also a well
unown columnist and author, and David Row, National Chairman ot
the BimixI of Directors of the American Technion Society, will also
attend.
Th* dinner will be held on Thursday evening, December Hist at
the Doral Beach Hotel and will honor Jacob Hifkm. president of the
Honda Chapter of the Amencan Technion Society
CAM A1PUT
|Carl Aloirt. viafting columnist
m Israel.
Df Irving Leluman, spiritual
ader ot Temple Emanu-EI and
member of the National Board
the American Technion Society
been named Co-chairman ot
>ir annual dinner.
JACOB WKIN
Gnnf of Manor
Sidney Ansin. chairman ot the
dinner predicts a large turnout
Reservations tor the dinner are
$10 per person Send check to
American Technion Society, One
linco'n Road Building, Miami
Beach, or call 538-4231
MAX IfRNH
Four Named To Board
Miami Technion Chapter
Milton Sirkin
Leonard Rosen
Sidney Ansin
Shepord Brood
Four dealer Miami Jewish com
munity leaders were appointed to
Ihi board of directors of the Miami
Chapter of the American Technion
Society, it was announced this week
by Jacob Rifkin. newly elected
I resident ol the group, and I)r Irv-
ing Lehrman, national board mem-
ber
The) .m Sidnej Ansin,
dent oi th' Sunbeam Television
Corp. Channel 7, Dade County
campaign chairman tinted Fund.
and past chairman ol Board oi Di-
rectors ol Temple Beth Sholom;
Milton Sirkin. president of K-
wanis Club, past president Temple
Emanu-El Brotherhood, and mem-
ber ot the board of directors of the
First National Bank of Miami
Beach;
Shepard Broad, mayor ol Baj
Harbor Islands, an attorney, and
past president of Temple Beth
Sholom
Leonard Rosen, member of the
i residium ol the Hebrew Academ
recent chairman of the [sra
Emeifiencj Fund, ami president
Golf American land Corporation
Cochairman Named For Technion Dinner
DR. IRVING LEHRMAN
Sidnej Ansin, chairman o! the
dinner committee of the American
Technion Society dinner, announc-
ed the appointments this week of
cochairmen who will assist in com
pleting the final arrangements for
the event which will honor Jacob
Rifkin, president of the Florida
chapter of the American Technion
Society on Dec 21st, at the Doral
.Beach Hotel.
Thin- are: Frederick N Barad
Meyt r \ Baskin, Joseph II Coin
\\' ron Cohen, Dr, Maxwell Dane
N'orman I Davidson, Harry Frank-
el. Abraham Grunhut, Maurice
Hertz Jacob Katzman, Morris Lapi-
lux, lack S I'opick. David Ponv -.
David Se'iiaker. William Siegcl.
Milton Sirkin, A. I Uslander, and
Dr. II Franklin Williams.
Dr Irving Lehrman, member of
the National Board of the Amer,
can Technion Society, will serve
as honorary cochairman.
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Holiday Fete For
Workmen*! Branch
Miami 1 I 3 *"2
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* the Washington Feosrsl.
1133 Normandy 11-
Tvso feature films will be shoun
Wd !r..,:;- ,.nai Chanukah refreah,
,n( ms wLl be served
MICA MeeJins on Monday
NeS| meel ng ( M'aml "
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ItM tfli uVelophe.ilth>.P*"ful
democracies there.
The convenUon. representing H
,n-,. American -vales union
, .1....... I condemns
,| n <-: t:. Soviet rulers for the
exPan>.on ol their an*
s tu- pot;'*s witWn 'be I W
, ,;h the aim'of counteracting the
urca. ssmeathy for Israel among
,.,. Soviet people and strengthen
tag their base o! infli:
actionarv Arab circle
pose most virulently i
existence wth 1-rael."
The resolution deplo:-
that "despita H
Nations nai been unabU
the armed conflict in I
Bad or the BfgatM 1
nent of the refttgaei
pressing social and
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new V ta v.
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the pa>t four months, it as an
nounced this weekend b> r.abbi
Mordecai Kirshblum. chairman of
the Israel Alijah Center here He
uid thai !!k figure represenU I
,..- | imbei ..i individuals to
. Israel in ^ four-month
penod in recent year* He added
that the more than 1.000 setl
represented a bn I ipectru
American Jewry, and thai the} in
eluded professionals tea<
nessmen an.l universitj < shiva
and Ulpan students
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Ceremonies Held At
North County Y Site
"Jewish Floir idiaxi
Kej community, business, H"\
ernmi nt and religious leaders par-
ticipated Ulil weekend in srx
(ri, ei breaking ground for
the n< North Dade Count) VMHA
MM 161 si St
and I Ave jusl ofi the Golden
Interchange
]:, Claude Pepper h tiled the
occa i is the be il i new
be Noi th Dad He
the lea lei ol the YMHA
in particular and the Jewish com
mini.", in general for the i efl
i < en -' much nee led all purpose
to sen al ages in the
Stab Representative Mai -hail
M.ii ri and Gerald I ew is extended
- and hopes foi .1 !n ighl f"
v i Han is is .i membei ol the
\ MHA Hoard ol Directors
i William M McDonald of
\ th Miami Beach and \l
n s w Inn ol North Miami
participated in the ceremoniei n
did Dade Count) Commissioner
H.im; Greene, who la former
president ol the Nrth Coun-
ts VMM A
Leon Kaplan president of tht
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion, slated he was proud to be a
part of this ceremony and said
he looked forward to the day
when the 'V' facility would be
open to serve the entire com-
munity.
Also participating in the cere-
- w in- Lionel Bosem \ ice
rtl of the VMHA and chair
man of the North County V Di
1 lopmenl Fund; Michael Salmon.
pn tidi nl ol the North County
YMHA Dcveloi tnenl Fund; Nor
to build the new A". Samuel Fox,
cochairman for the North Count)
YMMHA Dr. i Fund; \ h
Ion Pallot, ice i resi lent of the
VM YWHA i ; Gn ati i M ami; Ef-
raim II Gale xecutive direel
Hi- Y \ \ Wj m li .,.
sociate director for I'nil
A -il) Ol.....
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'. i lei M
Dcna'd Reiff, past president of
the North County Branch of the
'Y', designed the ultramodern.
all-purpose facility which will
serve the nreds of the Jewish
community for many years to
come
The groundbreaking ceremonies
followed tin- testimonial dinnei to
Sidney u I meet Florida
business and communal leader
which kicked off the overall YM
YUH\ Development Fund earn
paign, encompassing a S2.100.000
expansion program The new North
Count) YMHA facility is part ol
the program
Clifford Pei Iman is the c ha i
of the Development F u n d
ti e which expet t I
1650.000 d iring the first phase ol
the expansion program Workin
w h Mr Pei Iman will he cochair
\ Kravitz, William v
We ntra nd Herbert l Pa
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Bureau Of Jewish Education To Offer
Weeklong Hebrew Teachers' Seminar
A major workshop in the te.ich
ln| of Hebrew for Hebrew teachers
m the Greater Miami area will be
held next week, it was announced
in Vhcrt F. Osslp. pre.-ident of the
B n .hi of Jewuh Education, spon-
sor of the workshop
The training course, to take
place fiom Sunday through Fridaj
will in held at Temple Menorah,
620 75th St Miami Beach, and
ill in- directed t Reuven Yallon,
f< isoi it the American Univer-
Washington, i C
nning on Sunda> at 2 p m
aroi kshop will
A ,1 '.' P( | '
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lop lont
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lorthcomii the
I vision to be held Dec. 18 at
iurr.bus Hotel.
about language teaching, there will
1m' time for discussion and ob
>n of demonstration classes
supervised Hebrew teaching, and
reactions to l*>th the materials and
the teaching methods
Arrangement'* for the workshop
are under the direction ol Louis
Schwartzman executive directoi
and Herbert Zvi Berger, associate
director <>t the Bureau of Jewish
Education the course i-- part ol
the program ol the ii ol
hei s <>! thr B
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1968 campaign is i lolnl flbri ith
the Israel Emergency Fund
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YMHA: Arthur Horwitz, Y boor-: m ml
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South Florida Home To
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The Margaret and A C Fine
Nursii Pavilion ol the Jewish
Convalescent Home ol South Flor
i |a w II be officially dedicated on
Sunday, it was announced this
week bj Mrs Joseph E Reiser,
.ilont of the communitv sup
porte kosher institution.
The new lOOlM'd nursing pavilion
i- already in daily use Residents
first Miovcd into their brand new
home la time tor the Hifh Holy
Days although Finishing touches
Mich as lobbj furniture, chapel fur-
nishings, and memorial facilities
had i yet arrived
Nov afficiallj complete and
read) lor public inspection, the
Horn. Will hold an Open House in
conjunction with the dedication
,, ren tales Tin public is invited
i a|t. nd the event which "ill take
place at 2 p ni on the premise- al
320 i illlns Ave The dedication
cen i will be followed by
MIS. ANN $. TIITUBAUM
Mrs. Teitelbaum
To Christen Shift
V I'll ol
, ->\ |43 ; St will ehi
m Pro\ ni.
in Ha.nbui
Sat
The in*M I
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l .,. |ni served b) Ji
ce president
Hamburg
noted that the
play a n
letweei J sn the
d tours of the ne facilities
phia a coiuplinientarv Sherry Hour
foi all guests
The new building, culmination ol
nine-vear dream in a group ol
dedicated worker- headed b> Mrs
Reiser, otters the newest type geri
atric equipment to be found in
South Florida. The three-story
structure contains therapj clinic-.
medical rooms, indoor and outdoor
lounge areas, a synagogue, and a
huge handsomel) decorated dining
room.
Two completely separate kitch-
ens prepare and serve the meat
and dairy meals under rabbinical
supervision.
The Jewish Convalescent Home
Ol South Florida services Medicare
..- well as extended care patient-
Over 85 percent of the Home's resi
dents are indigent and receiving
welfare. Financial ability is never
r.ecessarj for entrance, only the
need tor the finest geriatric
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,; Sicgi l executh e director
, h ... i i seen) Home
ordu itinj thi lei i ation ac
ps Man) prominent lo< al
, > attend the
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Flag Presented At
Judea Breakfast
Aivm N Weinstein commander
i the South Dade Post, Jewish
Mai Veterans, will present an
American (lag which ha- flown
over the United state- Capitol to
the Brotherhood ol Temple Judea
during the monthlj breakfasl meet
ins oi ih( Bt itherhood on Sunda)
at 10 45 a m
\ be Dai
:..,! commander ol
jW\ Moi \ Rippet
, : i. ,nple Judea
Stall Set Edn I J Gong will
\, thi pi ipal speaker at the
Hi- subject will be fin
Politics
The post hold- meeting Ihe -< i
ond Mondi at the
Dadi Feders I03i I St and S
Dixie Hvvv Further information
mi.iv be h..d Irom Alvin N Wein
trthui i- i mn Paul Bark
it and HerbeiI I Dubbin
Miami B ouncilman Paul
Seiderman will address the Miami
B. m I dge I'-nai B'rith monthlv
meeting al the Algiers Hotel Wed
nesday. h p.m His subjecl will be
1 .,-,!. United State- and Isi
n>8. A Crucial V< ai
Mi si Iderman is < member of
the Hoard ol Governors <>f the
K.fth District B'nai B rith. and
fir-t vice president "t the same
area He is al-o a National Antl
Defamation League Commissioner
Samuel Paacof, preaJdenl of the
lodge, "ill conduct the meeting.
Others participating In the pro-
gram will be Jack If. Fink, pasl
pies.dent. Malcolm rYomberf.
presidentelect. Irving Schat/man.
honorarv lodge president; Lao Rut
stem, vice president; Milton Kahn.
member-hip chairman. Joseph
Hern-tern and I.avvren.e II Shu
man. membership chairmen at 100
Lincoln Road Building
Entertainment will leature i
tralto .loan Slorr, i student at Ihe
University of Miami School ol
Musii accompanied l>\ l inda Ma I
dafoi : of thi I icultj ol the I M
School < Music
Card Party Aid*
Blind Girls" Home
The Women Leagui for li
Miami Beat h Lincoln i has
I i card part) for Thursdaj
Dec 21 at 12 ;i" p m m the < lub
room al 100 Lincoln Rd
Mrs Jaj f>
man, will condui I tm I hanukah
Delighting ceremon) and re
freshments will l served Funds
raised will t- channeled t" Ihe
League's Home for Blind and Han
dicapped Girls in Nath.m>a Israel
in charge <( reeervations
Mr- Sarah Runin. Mr- Viola Mm
kofl ai..i Hi li"--' Stone Cha
; 11 sidenl is M i lies 1 lellei
Mn; inwn Post i I
Gables. Jew is i ^
tne Mi n lub ol lempli /
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Hadassah I nils To Mark
Noli.
i Hie Miami Beach Chapter of
Hadassah has scheduled its second
booh review for Wednesday, 1:30
p in at rttt Aimers Hotel Mrs A
Arthur Pehelner will review "The
Transplanted" In Fridel Stoet/ner
Proceeds from the book review se-
ries ko to vocational education.
Tickets my bo purchased at the
Hadassah office or at the Algiers
Hotel before the function.

The I. R. Goodman group will
Rep. Burke Raps
Soviet 'Control' Of
Middle East Area
WASHINGTON (JTA) Rep J
Herbert Burke of Florida charscd
;n the House thi- week thai the
I'SSR has taken 'another giant
step to command military control
of the Middle East and Mediter
ranean bv basing a squadron of
Tl 16 tet bombers complete with
ground crows and pilots, in Egypt
He -aid thr Tl 16 is equi\ a lent
to the American It 52 giant bomber
and was equipped with the latest
i a pom > He said it a* ,j
cant thai the Russian planes were
based in Egypt because it marhed
the first tune the Sov jet Union
has supplied pilots snd complete
crews along with their military
planes to countries outside the So
viet blo
The South Florida Repul
also called on the Secretary of De
fense and the Secretary of state to
"outline in clear and unequivocal
terms, the United state- policy in
the Middle East and to state wheth
. i hi not it il our intention to allow
the Soviet Union to completely
lorn mate and control the Mediter-
ranean and Middle K.ist
Record Food Fair Sales
i sir Ston Inc re|
i i and higher earnings
Ihi l6-ii'K period ended \"v
11 I 11 I'll the same pi
.i yeat a The announcement was
iii.nl. bv Louis Stein chairman of
the b aril and la< V, M I
presl
hold i special meeting to commem-
irate the birthday oi Henrietta
Szold, founder of Hadassah, Wed-
nesday evening at Miami Beach
Federal. 8th St. and Washington
\vc The Hadassah film. -The Up-
ward Road," will be shown Also on
the program will be the story of
(hanukah and the blessing of the
candle, i.v Miss Lillian Goodman,
program chairman. Mrs Evelyn
Decky is the presiding officer of
the presidium and Mrs Lillian Har-
ris, chairman of the day.
*
The Hnl group will hold its
hanukah celebration meeting on
Monday at noon in the Algiers
Hotel. Luncheon will be served, fol-
lowed by a program honoring life
members A musical program will
feature Mane Balaban. accompa-
nied by Bert Duckman. Mrs Mil-
ton Weinberg is president, and
Mrs Ethel K Herman, pro,rani
chairman
The Sophie Tucker group will
hold a card party Monday, l p.m
at tl tl Towi i \ pi Mrs
Edward Rothstein is president
I 'j Skolnick and Mi Eli i
Plainer arc in i hai gi erva
lions Ticket, may bo purchasi I
Temples of the Miami B
- a have li. i n in\ :'i d to highlight
Hadassah Sabbath on Friday ac
cording to an announcement by
Mi- Barnett Beckerman, educa-
tion vice president of chapter
Rabbit and guest speakers will
stress the Hadassah program in
Israel and the United state-, m
ute to the memory of Henrietta
l founder ol Hadassah
Currently Hadassah has embark
ed "ii a program of rebuilding and
restoration of the war dam
buildings of the Medical Center on
Mt Scopus which had been in Arab
hand- in Jerusalem since u>4
and to return them to peace
tenance
The .=>7im) membei f the M ami
u h hapter, with Mrs Henry
It Wernick, president are ear
marking all Dl 'i""1
. Day lunch) the Mt

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RHONA
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
Whenever you iee little "r", a little "T ;1 ^J?"
of otho. little letters you know that you are seeing the
signature of Khona (Mrs Marvin) Guberman \ band
writing expert once told bet that
the way she uses lower case It Mi rs
means thai she Is extremelj creal
live and feminine That she is!
Bom in Ne York Cit> Rh
was whisked away to Wilmingl
A-are al the age of five days
where she lived all <>f her yiung
life The oldesl of three sisters
up m Wilmington was
normal and pleasant. The usual
after -ehool activities included
lessons in art and painting
Deciding that the University of
Miami sounded most enchanting
Rhona came here to college \
regular college girl she entered
into the spirit of \lma Mater"
in her sorority. Delta Phi Epsilon, she was awarded the
Best Pledge Award
She met Marvin, a boy from her home town whom she
never mel before even though their families knew
Marvin was attendii Ihe I rmersitj of Miami
. school Leaving i I : 1"'r Pnnre
Rhona and Marvin wen as soon as he wa*
luated The> lived in W mingl i ea nuM
ami to livi
K-as building up a law practice
a was both riant She si
. hei sorority h n
The bonds of
Wh re\ei yo
and is still She
Phi
Uve She has been activ<
Delta i out al the Uni
hile M *-as
\- papa Mat nt\ ays
, thnr three dau rh<
are all thre. I 51 lies fta* i "ui
Wei d> who is 6 1 2 yi -lKl1 '' *-
,- President of Lorber Chapter of the Childrena
Asthma! Ri la al Denver, among other com
iit> activities
Khona now that the children were getting older.
- not the kind of t at home. Shi ft els with
thi full cooperation ol net husband, that a woman should
e an interest of her own So she began to Iree lance in
blic relation^ and promotion sin- became representative
of the National Cotton Council and retail I rector of Wo
tn's l>a\ Magazine as well as doing some promotion for
Curtis Publications The hours could he adjusted lo suit her
h ime life
\ ,w the ch even older Rhona feels that
much families
tch and grow Mosl children
,. ,,, much n thei sfter school The
that the S'-|"
... ) one oul
. : tit waj One
v, music l!ll! a" '
time lo lie in the j;r.i- lo watch th< sun,
.,. dstars i want Thej even have time
to think
They are not regimented They all lue in a new home in
Kendal. its low rat '.- has i alb like even
i but different, Khona thinks because it is and
it ,s filled with lovi at mans
The kitchen is the least-liked room in the whole house
for Rhona When the> cot married Marvin knew that
Rhone didn't knoa how to cook and als had no desire to
d because he didnt want to
M,i;\ D became a gourmet Cbel They like to
>. in mall UPS al home for dinner Marvin is the
, -how Rhona thinks her hu-hanu is not only l'rince
I tiarming but a fair] godmother too Her family has al-
ways beta m the retail Women's Wear buaineaa she
w .iked for her lather in his chain of stores doing ever)
thing, learning the business limn the bottom up She
didn't realize that this business was in her blood until
last summer That day she casually mentioned that she
would like to open a dress shop Her husband made that
dream possible, even finding the location
So along with all of her new adventures Rhona is pro-
gram chairman for the Fashion Group. Rhona feels that
fashion is fun Clothes are not strictly just a covering
dies, stands alone It has to have everything with it "
So that is the name of Rhone's shop in Coral Gables where
age after all is just a state of mind Every day except
Thuisdav which is maid's day off and Mummy's day home
you can call the store and here Rhona answer I m withit '
,,-t Wli-Cflh.***'* asu *M I
Joyce Stein Now
Mrs. Richard Unit
The former Joyce Andrea Stein
exchanged marriage vows with
Richard Jay Halt on Monday, Noi
27 On their return from a honey-
moon in the Bahamas, the couple
will live at 7904 West Dr.
Daughter ol Mr and Mrs Her
man Stein. 1505 Daytonia Rd the
bride is I graduate of Miami Beach
ihuh and attended the University
of Miami School of Education
Her bridegroom, an attorney,
earned his undergraduate del
at the University of Arizona and
an I.I. H al the New York Univer
s,tv School ol 1 aw He is thi
Mr and Mrs Abraham Haft of
New York Citj
Friday, Decerrber i;
Dr. Kroll Marr
Carolyn Shamr*
ics
>th
Of Massachusetts
The former Carolyn S
daughter of Mr and Mr-
Shamroth of Marbiehead
was married Saturday, Dt
Dr Arnold J Kroll son of
Mrs Many Kroll <>: MiatTI
'l
The 6 p m ceremonv i
I iv Rabbi Israel i
Kahin Pereti Halperm,
Morton Shanok. and Canti
LuDOW at Temple ISTM
SCOtt, Mas~ A reception :
the nuptials

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MRS. ARNOID KROU
MfS. RKHABD HAH
Carol Cheren And
Harris Goodman
Exchange Votes
Mr~ Harrj Papier and G<
. mi < thi
tei i arol Faith, lo Har
ris Michael G ol Mrs
Ruth Goodman and Mn lati Joseph
i Goodman ol Miami Beach
The c >upu
lati t of 1
N Y ; N. v 11
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Couple Celebrates 25th Anniversary
Ci r silver
Mrs M
Mosl 774.1 SW : Ith St
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will be '
Ivan and n, Mrs
Garj Rearich
Man.. I i.'.") years .1 go in New
"i irk, the couple will repeat their
vows in ., n\ conducted by
Rabbi Morton M 1 la> ik) Given in
marriage by hei s,m Mrs Mosko
Wltl Will be attended by Mrs Hilda
Levine Mr Moskowiti will be ea
corted b) Mrs Rearich and Sam
Levine, brother ol the bride, and
Steven Levine will serve as ring
bearer
\ ests will !x' the 1 in -
nts Mr and Mrs H) man M -
'. \
Mrs San New ^
and Mi and Mrs B<
of Atlai'
Mr and Mrs Moskowiti
for the past 12
yea lion ol
b) taki:
eek trip to Los Las
Vegai whuh the) have just
Chanukah luncheon Theme
Chanukah will be the Ihemi
I : I .1 ..
'It. Kill.
meeting Fri at the D
villi in charge of n setva
tioni Mn 1 : I :' hman
and Mr- Sidi 1 1 But
t;iven in marriage b) h.
the bride wore a" I
gown of English net and
Mencon lace. lideri
1 lusU
mantilla 1 tu spl I
ui tram a..
le so:e She tarried .1
ol phal tenop 11 lanus
ilis
Mrs Mn v In SI >:kin 5
the gioom wa matrot
a Struhl 1
Mrs pawl Katt man M
brideamaidj
Robert Shamroth. broth-
bride was heal I
Included Dr Marvin SI 1
Howat i 9egal ( rank" Heri
Richard Hei Dr
Kaufman, and Df *nth<
Mrs Kroll, a er in
M raduati
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Roberta Goeld And Jeffry
Epstein Engaged To Marry
MISS HOSIRJA COflO
erta fioel I, daughter o! Mr
an I Mrs S ymour Goeld, 2115 Ala
la Dr., Keystone Point. North
Miami, has'become engaged to
leffrj E| lein
1 h Future bridegroom Is the
son of Mr and Mrs Morris Ep-
stein of Southgate Towers, an lentown. Pa
The brid to be is a grt luate of
North Miami High School, has .it
tended Syracuse University, and is
presently a sophomore at the I'ni-
versity of Miami, majoring in ed-
k ucation.
Her fianct r in the L'-M
nesi School

Judith Rein hard Is
Prospective Bride
Mr, and Mrs Harold Reinhard,
1631 Coral Gate Dr are annourc
" the engagement of their daugh
tor. Judith Ann, to Steven Add
-'< in, son ol Mr and Mrs Philip
\ Istein, 2010 NE 185th Tr.
Thi- bride eh cl is a graduate of
the Hebrew Academy, when she
mencement, and ol Coral Gables
High She is now ,i student at the
l niversity ol South Florida where
she is majoring in education
\ raduate of Norland High, the
prospective groom is also attend-
ing the University ol South Florida
where he is an accounting major
He serves as a residence assistant
and as secretary of the accounting
club
Parents ol the future bride will
honor tl ithed couple at a
Sunday at the St< i
. Hotel Among guests will be
- K> inh ird gi an Ipan nts, Mr
and Mrs l Zirechhenbaum, and
Mr an I Mrs Sam Reinhard, all
active in local Jewish affairs.

Wm, Cohens Mark
MUh Anniversary
v .itii Mrs William Cohen of
78 since IS56, were honored n
.i l "lv at a reception and dinner in
Flushing, N V on the occasion ol
. 50th wedding anniversary
i > w< r. dau and sons
.Mr .tm\ Mrs S dney I
v. rid ''is Joseph Coopei
: nrj and his u i(( Syh :.i i i
ITifir n Ichildren and
[real .mdchildren also a!
!
; it Sol -. rning a gala
- \en to the Cohens
idat lsra< I Hebrew Inst
Spiritual leader i
r! lent and at pres
ent hoi
M was
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ration Bqualit) will establish
as in areas ol v
i| an concentration, staffed
: ofessionab w ho will leek out
nsel familih a interested in
ig into better housing, or up
Ig present housing
l! will aNo work to develop a
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Adrienne Karpell
A Bride In 1968
Mr and Mrs Murray Karpell,
1160 NF 170th St have announced
the engagement of their daughter,
Adrienne, to Harvey Goldberg. The
speclivc bridegroom is the son
l Mr and Mrs Isadore G ildl
120 8th St
The I elect is a graduate of
Mia ni S nior High and is present
'> i ected *ith the Metro Safety
i pai tm<
Her : i graduate ol White-
and has set ved in the
! S Army
1 he cou ie wed Jan 27
Clubwomen Mark Holiday
The lei of the
M in ach '' en i'' tanization of
A ni) i ica ukah
for Tues
Cnesvth Is

MRS. ClAUDt PIPPIU
Sen. Stone Guests
Al Temple Forum
v'.''' Sen Richard B Stone will
be gui si ; i aki i at the Temple
Zamora forum Wednesday evening.
Hi- topic iil be "Current Legis
htive and Constitutional Prob-
lems."
The monthly forum is a joint
proeet of the temple which Stan
ley Silvern serves as president, the
Men's Club, with Herman Douglass
president and the Sisterhood.
Jules Propp i- chairman of the
forum committee, and Rabbi Max
"ell Bergcr is spiritual leader of
Zamora
Mrs. Pepper To B<
Principal Speakei
Mrs. Claude Pepper will be thi
keynote speaker at the Saturday
noon luncheon at the Fontaine
bleau Hotel, sponsored by the Floi
ida Women'* Division ol the Na
lional Parkinson Foundation. Mrs
Pepper serves as chairman of ihi
Women's Division she and her bus
oand, Rep Pepper, are among thi
founders of the organization.
Also on the afternoon progran
will be Mrs Jeanne Levey, found
er and national chairman of tin
Parkinson Foundation, who wil
give a >m< ol the Ninth An
nua! Hob Hope Dinner to la- held
at the Fontainebleau in February
alia r will honor Hope, na
lional honorary chairman of 'h<
Foun lation,
. i ochairmen of tht
Saturday, luncheon are Mrs fen
.ni/. Women's Division vic
nd Mrs Sadie Wi in
'. I in pi i -.dent i- Mrs
rey.
i he afia r will l>c a tribute to thi
morj : Miss Anna Cohen. Worn
n s Division president tor twr
years, and chairman of the lunch
eon a! the tune of her death ii
November.
The program will help in rais
in;: fun Is with which the organiza
tion will purchase an clcctroenec
raph for the institute.
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Annual Teenage Conclave At YM-YWHA
To Feature Talk By Myers, Workshops
COWARD COHEN
Division Chairmen
Named By CIA.
Edward Cohen, executive direc-
tor of Temple Israel, has been re-
named chairman ol the Communal
Services Division for the 1068 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal Israel Knur
. \ Fund campaign of the (I
er Miami Jewish Federal
Mr Cohen announced that the
man will hold a meel
l emple Isi ael at 8 p.m
Thurs la plans for or
i i .....lions in the Com
munal Sen ices I 'ii ision are Hi
brew Teachers, K. n n \ ni Ri
ions Schools vw & YMHA Vouth
Clubs, Nursing and Convalescent
Homes, Local Aft liated Agencies
I niversit) il Mum: College Staff,
Kat>l>i>. Synagogiu Administrators,
Temple Youth Groups, National Af-
filiated and Community Relations
\ ncies and Funeral Home- and
i 'emeteries
Maxwell II Weisblatt, division
men mai ;.gei il Jordan
Marsh and Hym tin, vice
president of Richards Department
es, have for the fifth consccu
i \i yeai assigned the cochairmen
- ot th'- Home Furn shin I
Mercantile Division,
', Federal
The uth annual teenage con
the Y\i ywiia ol Greater
Miami will begin with registration
Sunday at 10:30 a.m.
The keynote speaker will be
Stanley Myers.Jliami attorney *o4
past president of the YMHA. whose
theme will he Are Jewish Morals
and Ethics 'Square' For Todaj
Teenagers?
Moderators and subject! for the
sessions will be: Bernard Baron.
executive director tor the City of
Miami Beach Social Service Bu-
reau. "Teenage Facts and Fads
Rabbi Robert Frazin. director of
Southeastern Federation ol Temple
Youth. ho will lead panel on
"Boy-Girl Relationships";
Howard Hollander, director Ol the
Miami Chapter of the Florida Civil
Liberties I nion, heading a discus-
lieth Tor ah To
Offer Chanukah
Music Festival
The tirst annual Chanukah music
val to be held at Beth Torah
i or.. is slated foi S ii
evening, Dec -A ______________
The concert n lure Cantoi
Yaacoi .' Renzei tenor represen
- Cantors \-
ition of Greater Miami and
the Beth Torah a lull and >
- nt m it I'M* \ dices
The choruses w .11 be directi
Miss ( a role McKenxie and u ill pre-
sent a cantata entitled Tin- Son|
il an Eternal People Mrs Sara
uel iDeeva Solove will be at the
piano
i antor Renzer, a Fellow of the
Cantors Institute of Jewish Thco-
al Seminary of America.
serves as cantor and musical di
rector ol Beth Torah He has ap-
peared on the CBS program.
"Church ol the Air"; was guest
can) National Convention
Zionist Oi sanitation of
in New York City per
formed at the Hebrew University
in Jerusalem and at the /.< > \
- in Tel Aviv, and had a part
in th. i S filn Faith in Flight "
sored by the Air Forci Chap
lanu in v> .i -hington I* <
to ,; incert n
sion on "Personal Freedoms' ;
Herl i ovitz, doctoral can
dictate a) the Universit) ol M
moderMlil a panel on The Revolt
on the Campus";
Joseph Yanich executive direc
tor of the American Jewish -on
gress In Miami, will be the dii
cussion leader for the session on
"Anti-Semitism."
Senior High students ol the
YMHA who are coordinators for
the the conclave are Jeffre) Marks
of the Central Y Sunn) Bur-ten.
Miami Beach Y an I Ellen Reiff.
North Count) Y
Mr Myers' address at n m
will be followed b> a question and
answer period Brunch will be
. d at 12 13 p ni and uorksh ip
-.--ions will begin al i p.m The
day will conclude w ith a d.mce
YMHA supervisors for the con
clave are Ira Steinmel/. program
director Marx in Goldstein and
Marvin Sit
The YM YWHA ot Grcati
ami is a bencficiarj agencj ol the
I'nited Fund and Greater Miami
Jewi -| Sky
has 1
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Maxwell Weiiblatt Hymen liptiir
n rton s Pallot, 1968 Combined
Emergencj
Fund campaign chairman, an
nounced this week
Mr Pallot also announced Men
del! M Seh-. chairman of the
bo.,id of Selig Manufactu
in Massachux I Victor Rel
ler president ot the l.au'i I [i
Manufacturing Co will be i i
chairmen of Special c.ifts for the
Home Furnishings Group A .1
\ -x.. r, li i president of Kent Fur
mtui< Co., [he., will again act a>
honorary chairman.
The Home Fwnishings Group is
the leading fund raising group ol
the Mercantile Division and all
chairmen have pledged that the
1968 joint campaign will again mi
tiate a Strong eftort to kee,) the
Home Fumiabingi Group the lead
up
' immittam are being &>rfiMd to
work toward the annual fund rais
ing function that is scheduled for
Dec 27 at the Westvievv Country
Club
Blue Star Camps Ready For 21st Season,
Planning Miami Get-Together On Dec. 25
Judea Discussion Program
Youth's Disenchantment wi'h
Church and Synagogue" is to be
the topic of the Discussion Sabbath
pr igram ol Temple Judea at 8 p.m
Fridaj Panelists will include Da
Brown, Dan Barber, Sophie
patbeodorou Lisa Nielson, Stu-
art Jasper. Allen Ho.nan and Mr
Tarneve
Blue SI ii amps of Hem!.
ville N > directed by Herman
and Harry Popkin Of Atlanta (1 I
will open its 21 st "summei camp
adventure with purpose' on
June 9th for a short term session,
and on June 24th for its regular
season Conducted for boys and
girls from 7 to 17 years oi age the
(amps are divided into tepai
programs according to grades
\ tier for the Greater
Miami area will Im- held Monday,
Dec 25, al the Duponl Plata Hotel
beginning at 2:80 p m for pins
pective campers, and at 4 p.m for
former campers \\, ...idiallv in
vito. the Popkin brothers
our many South Florida fin
lo be with us for an afternoon of
fun and fellowship We will show
color movies of last season, talk
about plans for 1968. enjO) ie
freshments and answer questions "
Campers may attend Blue Star
for two. four. six. or eight weeks
The WHI-acTc estate has two lakes
and over 125 buildings designed for
ramp use Our physical plant."
the direeton pointed out, "is one
oi the finest in the country; but we
are more proud of our j>r>
staff and unique purposes
In addition to the regular camp
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front, tupping and 1 amp craft, land
iportS and physical fitness, crea
live arts, and living Judaism Blue
Star conducts 1 summer 1
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h Deceml
aahington Federal
lames Nen Official
Arth n II Courahon, chairman ..f
he h. ard ol Washington Federal
Mi ii -- and Loan Association of
Mi.mi. Beach, announce!) the elec
n oi Ralph Abraham to assistanl
president of the Association
Abraham has been with Wash
|injjtor Federal since 1964.
At the same time Jack I) (ir
don. president of the Association
appointed Mrs Tiliie Hirshbers,
personnel director; Mrs Mary Ba-
I rone, assistant branch manager.
Wash ..-ton Avenue Office: and I)-
Waldo .lordan. assistant controller.
*I* nisiftkrid/iiar
Chtmukah iunl Party
Mi. !ii Beaeh Chapter of Mi/ra
hi Women is planning a Chanukah
card partv complete with latke- for
Tuesday. t2:30 p.m. at Kneaeth Is
rod Congregation President is
Mrs Rachel Katz
Autopsy Shows Pilot Was
Beaten To Death By Arabs
TEI AVIV fJTA) Israel has
ed a formal complain) with the
International Bad Cross .1 a 1 it the
murder ol David Nero, a fighter
pltol shot down over Jordan durin 1
a ti.,sh Nov. 21. His body, reH.rncd
by Jordanian authorities only last
Friday, showed evidence thai he
had been killed by blows from
roeks and clubs An autopsy was
performed in the presence of a
Bed Cross representative It is be
lleved that the pilot, whom Israelis
had seen parachuting to the ground
alter his plane was hit, was at
tacked b) Arab civilians.
-1
Chanukah Dinner on Sunday
Sisterhood of Congregation Beth
El will hold its annual Chanukah
dinner on Sunday at H p.m.. in the
Dora August Auditorium.
Herschel Bernard!
Among Stars Of
'Israelis are Cominq'
Herschel Bernardi, star of the
Broadwaj musical. "Fiddler on me
ROOf. will be one of the featured
performers in an all Israeli concert.
'The Israelis Are Coming." to be
presented at a p.m Sundaj in the
M ami Beach Auditorium
The show will he produced by
Shmuel Fershko and Hv Einborn
with music by Fershko.
The conceit will also feature
Ciula Gill, Israels top recording
uti.t. and Marcella and Ravel. In-
ternationally renowned d a n i e
team, along with other top per-
formers.
Tickets, from S2 to $7.50 may be
obtained at the box office ot the
Miami Beach Auditorium
dii .' tm Weisl i i renter) m
'" board ol the projected Island V.
Hospital to discuss I inaugural ball Friday
Si : : Hilton Hoti Ah .-.- li :. ire: Dr. Pa'il
lai who will be the :; A:
.:., Mr. Weisbord's sis: i \Ar. Har ld Granoff. a I
y '"obbs.
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9-Jewlst RrrMitr
Friday December 15. I I 7
R,, JMitznk
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SHOPPING AROUND
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atural fcuil nutril
The \er-.-t|liiy of S
Prunes !< makea it a itandard i
in all modem Jewish homes Be
ura to ineMde ertitled Kosher
and Parve Sunsweet Prunes on
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le tea thai 111
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Mannai Saui th< i
Sa .

Judd Berkley
Judd Andrew, son of Mi
S George B
..,: Mitzvah in s.'' irdaj
Dec L6. at Temple Eman
Ju I atti n th el hth
I r Hi :. St h ol Ht
French horn and pi n
the honoi roll He
pi .nut coins
brant will be h
ption followii the ice at
II del Ml and
y, s. Kap Bl Bl 'I Ml
mell. Judds grandpai
w il] attend
Eric Coooeiman
ion of Mi
Mi Irvii
ludi Berl.1.-,
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Mire Cantor

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m when he will became
Mitzvah.
Charles is the. (Mr
Mrs Leo .1 Weinslein, 1934 >u
B9nd PI and Is I
ttudenl it West Miami Jui
He la a participant in Hu-
ll ..i drama peep .it the N '
where he has appi ared in
lion*, and
the Pen Play House.
.Mr and Mi- V.cir.-. .r. l
the Oneg Shabh.it following
ni [hi ten it -

Linda K'eirber9
Linda, daughter >t M i
Howard Klemberg. will
Bas Mitz* ah dui i
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Plai tars Ol
Tetley Tea
Year after year. Tetley Tea has
i been the traditional favorite in
Jewish homes. Those who regular
ly enjoy the full, wonderful tin>
tea leaf flssjor'' of Tetley are cajver
surprised to find that it heads^pe
list among families everywhere
Those who have yet to savor the
specif! goodness of Tetley -Tea.
have a fine treat in store for them.
With the approach of Cbanukah.
and all the entertaiining that the
new season brings, why not add
Tetley Tea to your shopping list?
Then you'll be sure that you are
serving your friends and family
the best
Tetley is available in tea bags,
instant, or in the new Tetley Big
Bags Tea bag or instant, served in
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fal
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mion
maki i Chanu
kah comp in> t of a ojuk i i
hot vegetable for luncheon or
dinner, add softened Neufchatel
cheese to a cau of pickled beets
and heat at a low or medium level,
Look for the package with the
blue corner on the label which iden-
tifies Bordens Eagle Brand Neuf
chatel Cheese. If you like cream
cheese, try Neufchatel -you'll love
it
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Chef Boy Ar Dee
In planning the meals for her
family, tf.e Jewish housewife often
looks lor new and different treats
for her dally menu Frequently
there's a need for something extra
special that can be prepared quick
ly and easily. With Chanukah soon
upon us. many housewives will be
looking to Chef Boy Ar Dee to fill
that something special" mealtime
order for family or friends.
Chef Boy Ar-Dee offers a com-
plete line of food products that add

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mi Mama's favorite old n
cipe t'>i bomen ad<
urall) -mar', gala reach tor Plant
era Peanut Oil for all their frying.
Frying with Planter- oil give- you
the Crispiest fried foods you ever
tasted
Planters Oil is the premium qual
ity polyunsaturate. and laboratory
tests have shown Planters is so
light that it floats on other oils
I.ook for Planters, the 100 per
cent vegetable oil. in the new han
dy-grip bottle Planters Oil is certi-
fied Ko-her and Parve for all your
cooking needs.
Mott's For Holiday Planning
Chanukah means careful plan-
ning for the housewife in order to
get as much variety in her meals
as possible. With Mott's. you need
no longer worn.' about a selection
of dishes to prepare Mott's foods
are all prepared for immediate use.
Start your dinner off with a
chilled glass of Mott's Apple Juice
or Sunsweet Apricot Nectarand
still have a breakfast choice of

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Charles Weinstein
Saturday m rnu Di
nple "i
Sunsweel Prune Juice or Apricot
Apple Prune Juice, or Molt'a A M
a del... ii- blend ol ii\e fruit juieea
in one drink
Then Include Molt Apple Sauce.
long a favorite in Jewish homes
from coast to CMSl Serve with po
tato or matzoh meal latkes. or as a
Mile dish Your dinner guests will
delight to its scnimptiou- flavor.
A- -i des-ert treat, you might try
Sunsweet Cooked Prunes, or Mott's
Fruit Treats They come in Bvs
varieties for your eating pleasure
Made of chunky apples with your
choice of Strawberries, raspberrir-
apricots. pineapple or cherries
Serve plain, or a- an alamode In-
stead ol ice cream for >our home
baked pies and eakas dellctoua
either way!
Remember, all of these Mott's
products carry the Ko-her K'
your guarantee that only the finest
ingredients go into Molts pro.l
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ts Mr. a
Harry v-
Lynda Harris
Lyn : liter ol M
Benjamin Harris. :mn sw si
will becoane Bas Mitsvsh ai
David I ongregation '
Dee 16 Lynda will chat '
torah.
The celebrant i> Is ,:
grade at Shenandoah J it
She is a member of the < v>
Iteth David and wa a partial.....
in the Junior Choir.
A K.ddush following
service will be tend.:.
parents Among guests will
grandmother. Mrs Beck..
*
Jan Bell
Jan. daughter of Ml
Paul Bell. .MONK IM" *
observe her Bas Mitzvai
Torah Congregation staring '
night services. Dec 15
The celebrant is a n
the pre-confirmation class I
Torah and will be a member
confirmation class of 190S SB
-indent of the John I K'
Junior High School.
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l.i|>toii Vnnounoes
Staff Promotions
.1 iseph M Upton, president of
I>;.dr FenVia! Savings and 1
\--h ation. tin- week announced
he advancement of three associa
lion employed
John LajV.c\ goei from assistai I
treasurer to assistant vice presi-
lent He has been associated wiih
Federal since November of
1951 and Uvei at 1640 NW 123ni St
Charles de Mences wai promoted
n assistant Irca-urer to ass.-t
VlCC president also He ha- hi en
kith Hade Federal since August,
904, and lives at 170 NW 122nd S<
l^iuis L. Richie, building and
rental supervisor, adds the title "i
- slant vice president He has
with I>adr Federal since Oc-
tober of 1958. and makes his home
I 8210 SW 72nd Ave.
Fisher Named To
\d\ isory Council
i < ,e. .
: amiJj an I Chil-
Sl v a recent ap
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I
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ii gait za >n in
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for
for
Fishi a member "f
\.....i ition "i S
Ihe I rtified
IVi kers, t Board ol Go\
rs "i the Greater Miami Jew
h Fedi and the S nitl
Regional F.xt cutivi Omi;n "< i of
he Famil) Serviet Association ol
\nn : ica
Page 13 B
Or. rVo/fson Talks On Plato
Plato" will he the topic of the
ecture by I*r Abraham Wolfson
r.efore the Spinoza Forum for
vdult Education Thursday muni
t at 10 in the auditorium ol the
Washington Federal. 1234 Washing.
"i Ave.
UOH t Milt
ci Al Airlines, Bachelor Party Tours
Plan 1968 Trips For Single Travelers
\ special series of lours to Israe
nkejr, Greece and Yugoslavia foi
nglfl men and women will be op
rated in 1968 by El Al Israel Air
' in conjunction with Bacbeloi
''arty Tours
DeaigMd to appeal to the lingli
aveler, th- tours put the accent
n night life, and include such Well
noun restaurants and nightclubs
s the Sadirvan Supper Club in Is
inbul, the Galaxy Roof in Atheni
id the Jadran In Dubrovnik Sei
ral cocktail parties are also le.i
lured, beginning with a welcome
>ikta:l party in Jerusalem Ac
'iinmodations are in such first
lass hotels as the Athens Hilton
"h- Istanbul Hilton and the Argen
* "a in Dubrovnik Rates include
!l meal*, all mea! tips, all ba
pa md tbi lervii es '>t a full time
our escort.
The itinerarv includes .leiu-a
em, Tiberias, Haifa. Tel Aviv. Is
annul. Athens, a two-day Greek
Island cruise and Dubrovnik II
ightseeing program is one of the
highlights Of the tour, and includes
,;. w.i img Wall in Jei usalem, Ihe
lahai Shrine In Haifa, Topkapi Pal
ice m Istanbul, the Icropolis in
Uhens ami Zarki kica Hill in Du
bi i\ nik
Vine departures are sen
Feb IS. April 4. \I;<> 1H. July 18.
13 Sept 12. Oct H). Nov. 7
,nd Dec 19 Rites -re $898 plus
ir t.iri based on sharing i twin
bedded room with private bath
ixallinicaf UcLvUiott jr*
roq ranis
DEC. 17Ch. 7. 10 am Tht Still Small Voice.
Ho.* Rabbi Eugene LaboviU, Temple Ncr Tamid
Topic: Review of Chaim PotOk'l The t'hosen. in
honor of Jewish Book Month.
Guests: Rabbi Avrom 1. Drann. Israelite Center:
Rabbi Morris A. Kipper. Temple Juries
DEC. 17-Ch. 10, 11 a.m. The Jewish Worship Hour.
Most: Rabbi Shmaryahu Swirskv. Beth Jacob Con-
gregation. M.ami Beach
DEC. ItCh 2. f:JO-10:3C p.m. Man to Man.
Toatk: Liturgy in Revolution
I Modorator: Rev Luther C Pierce
JL Participants: Dr Herbert BaUDlgard. Tempi. H. n
^ Am: Hev. Robert W Shaw Firs, Christian
Church of Miami. Fr Rene C.racida. Nativity
Catholic Church
*& Hw BEYER
FUNERAL CHAPEL
FORMAL
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: I meral directot
i jn I
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Peoples Group To
Pay Record Annual
Employee Bonuses
Annual bonuses totaling approx-
imately 175.000 ivill be given more
han 200 officers and employees i.f
the Peoples Group of National
Banks serving North Hade County.
The annual distributiona rec-
ord in size this yearwas voted by
directors ol the People- Group, and
will be Paid at the various banks
i n Monday.
Leonard Csina. chairman of the
boards of the six hanks in the North
Hade Group, attributed the hike in
the annual bonus to "our excellent
earnings in recent years, together
with an exceptionally good vear in
1!K:7 "
He pointed out thai all membei
banks of the Peoples Croup had
participated in the healthy per
form a nee of the last 12 months He
sa d this was a major factor justi
fying the increased distribution.
Ranks participating in ihe distri
but ion include the Peoples First
National Bank of Miami Shores,
the Peoples American National
Bank ol North Miami, the Peoples
First National Bank of North Ml
ami Beach, the Peoples National
Bank ol Commerce of Miami, the
Peoples Liberty National Bank of
North Miami, and the Peoples Na-
tional Bank ol Bay Harbor Islands
Politicians Like
Malkiii's Music
Mai Malkin. starring this winter
at Doral's Starlight Roof, conduct
ed the orchestra for the National
Republican Governors' Conference
Reception on Dec 8th. at the Royal
Poinciana Playhouse m Palm
Beach. Malkin shared the spotlight
v ith such celebrities as Perrj
Como, The Ra> Charles Singers.
Nancy. Ames and Charlie Manna
This was Mai second time din-
ing the Kirk Administration to
appear at a political function, the
first being the Governor's Inau-
gural Ball at Tallahassei
New Vice President
Named at Coca Cola
David A Zachry has been pro
muted to v ice presidi nt of the
Coca Cola Bottling Co of Miami,
.t was announced by John M
Howard, executive vice president.
Mi Zachrj has served as mar-
keting director in the Southeast
Florida area served hy the seven
bottling plants of the local com
pany. Key West. Homestead. Coral
(iables. Miami. Ft l.auder hukee and West Palm Beach. He
joined the company in 1936 and
has progressed through positions as
supervisor, convention manager,
sales manager and key accounts
npn tentative
Deaths In Greater Miami
KAHN
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KASSIN. !.,. ..| ...... Enteraoli
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SABOL. William >. >( ." In! Si
pivi raidi i 'bnpi I
WEINTRAUB. VI,. I:. *|,
I'ullli \.. Rlvei lili 'ham '
ZONBACK, riemenl .1 UMi V\V
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ZWEIGHAFT. .1. .. iih, T-
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OWITZ, Mm S11 r "
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SCHONWETTER. Harr>
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BUNGARO. Mm I -T'
s\> Kiwi si Klvri -I'll 1 'li..i I In-
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SPIEGEL. Hi n > ill l**.V M tlxli
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WOLFF. Mm "i '
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Earl Faircloth In
U.S. Senate Raee
Attorney General Karl Kaircloth
has announced his candl lacy for
the United States Senate with the
declaration that "Florida's lf"puh
lic.in administration is a national
disgrace
"I believe that the present Re
publican administration in Florida
is astonishingly had. ineffectual,
callousl) destructive, blatantly, self-
promoting, Irresponsible and has
done much violence to the people
and their institution." said Pair
cloth "The I'nited States Senate
1- so exalted and powerful an office
that it would be tragic to permit
the Florida brand of Republican-
ism to he infltcted on'the people at
the national level."
On the Vietnam war. Kaircloth
said. T do not support even i"1
lltical action of President Johnson,
but as a patriotic American I
him m) support in Vietnam over
the headline sickeis. beatniks,
peaceniks, dtaft card burners, w^
guided professors and subvert
demonstrators."
Kaircloth defended Israel, stat
Ing, "I oppose the withdrawal of
Isradi forces from lands essential
to her security unle-s agreed upon
hy th' Israelis themselves at the
peace table."
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WEISSMAN. Mr~ \. 1:.. ..: .,( isso
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DRAIN. Mr.- Dorothy, of L'.'ls:. 8W
li'.ih SI (Jiirdoi 'hap< I
[RESSNER. Ronald Paul, of '.:r.
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GINSBERG. Meyer, Tl. of 74" Colllna
Avi RIvel aldi "hapel
katz. Mi- Janel Judith, 14. ..f
sw s4ih "! Rlveraldi Chapel I n -
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kave. LouI*, 1.....f !''" Biarritl Dr
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WEISBKRCI Samuel Ml, .if i;n svv
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Zazulia. Mm Shirley, 85, "t ,645
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WELl ERSTEIN, Ann,,. 72, "f 1501
M.ri.l.m Ave Rlveraldi Chapel
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ROSEN. Iltnjamln, ;!. ill, ,1 In si
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ha' pert, Henrv 75. of 1717 Colllna
V\. BlaalM rt- 1 liap. I
JACOBS. Martin v\ ..f .'"i Cot-
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MACNARV. Kul-i 11. H. 50, of 7:i"l
Rlvi raldi Chapel
radin. David. US, "f !S5 Ocean Dr
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TALANSKV, I. > "f 1550 Col-
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