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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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English
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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"^Jewish Flor uliaii
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
luire 40 Number 6
Miami. Florida, Friday. February 10. 1967
Two Sections Price 20<
Combined Jewish Appeal Inaugural
OUTSIDE ISSUES EMPHASIZED
Lipton to be Honored for Service;
:het Huntley Due at Sunday Event Syria Snubs UN
Peace Agenda As
Failure Looming
U1A UADl* MGf 4 4
MffTJNG CHAUINCI PACl A
fAHBAND OtfVf SfC
I oml ined Jewish Appeal kick
(( timi has been set for this Sun
U) evening, when hundreds of
p.i \ supporters will gather al lha
jSeauvtlh Hotel for an inaugural
tinner launching the 1987 CJA
impai
mal reception and din
Lei winch is scheduled for 8:30
i in f mii's Chef Huntlej NBC
pmmentator, is guest speakei
Highlighting the evening'! fes-
ivities will be a special commu
ity tribute to Joseph M. Lipton,
resident of the Greater Miami
lewish Federation.
halves
NB New awa winning
1 .. inkle) Ri |K>r1
Mia ni spi
l .,i tin- i .i \ du ner
[>ui ins ;|"' '' v mm he
i \j.i News i:
puntlesi
Huntle> has been ir >el<
DOM fr news
ii-'d l>\ Seattle newspapei h<
rws on he p< pel 11
|o -tatin:. Two i adio station!
tree networks later, Huntlej
kiind himself with NBC News no
Niger sweeping up, but -till doinj
|rerything in the way <>f broadcMl
nti com rage
JOSEPH M. LIPTON
Lipton, now serving his second
term as president of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation, will
be paid a special tribute at the
inaugural dinner "in recognition
of his many years of service to
the Miami Jewish community."
President ol Dade Federal Sas
mt- and loan Association, Lipton
has been an outstanding figure in
the business, as well as philanthro
pic community of Miami
Upton has been a member of
the hoard of governors and execu
tive committee of the Greater Mi
ami Jewish Federation since its
inception. In 1961, hi- served as
Campaign chairman for the CJA
campaign, had pretriouslj served
as campaign vice chairman, and
had worked in the Savings and
' : ee Divisions in the
Initial Gifts Divisioi
lipton has served in everj im
i
.lew ish Fedi
lewish Appeal campaign*
Continued on Page -A
*
OVER FIFTY AGENCIES TO BENEFIT
Drive
Goal
Gears for 1967
of $1,676,767
JERUSALEM fJTA) The
thud session of the fust formal
meeting in 12 year- -if the i-iaeli
Syrian Mixed Armistice Commis
sion was brought to an abrupt halt
when the Syrian delegate insisted
on discussing issues outside of the
agreed-upon agenda it was agreed
nevertheless that a fourth session
should be held in "a week's tune
The thud session opened with
an appeal by Lt Gen Odd '
of staff "i" the I'niti
lions 11 ui e Supen isinn <
lion, to i">th sides I re to tl
da v hich has one item
cultn
- on the borders ol
two '
raised othei issues al the second
in on Jan 29, ovei Isi
protests
The Syrian chief delegate ig-
nored Gen. Bull's appeal. After
several futile attempts to induce
the Syrian delegate to stick to
the agenda. Gen. Bull ended the
session after an hour. Israeli
ISRAEL
DOUBTFUL
JEKl'SAl I \
Israeli c rcli reported I
the m xl n.....tii ... ol the Is
raeli \
K.ithUtjt
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CHET HUNTLEY
Combined Jewish Appeal. Dade
County's annual fund-raising cam
paign which supports over so lo
cal, national and overseas agen
cies. ha- et a goal of $1,676,781
to meet the minimum needs of Its
beneficiary health welfare and
educational agencies In Miami in
Israel, and throughout the world
Funds are distributed .solely on the
basis of need.
The campaign gets officially un
derway Sunday night at the 1967
CJA inaugural dinner on Miami
Beach
Beneficiary agencies of the Com
bined Jewish Appeal for 196*1 an
LOCALLY: Baron de llu-ch
Loan Fund. Bureau of Jewish F.du
cation, Community Chaplaincy.
Senu-e Greater Miami Jewish Fed
eration. Hillel-University of Miami.
Jewish Family and Children's
Service. Jewish Vocational Service
Jewish Home for the Aged, Mount
Sinai Hospital. National Council of
Jewish Women's Service to new
Americans, and Y.M and WHA of
Greater Miami.
NATIONALLY: American A-
-ociation for Jewish Education.
American Jewish Congress, Amei
nan Jewish Committee. Anti De
tarnation League of B'nai B'rith.
B'nai B'rith Youth Service Appeal
t oundl of Jewish Federations and
Welfare Funds. Dropslt College.
Histadruth Ivrith of America. Jew
ish Chautauqua Society. Jewish
I Children's Service (Atlanta)
ISRAEL AND OVERSEAS
AGENCIES: United Jewish Appeal
(joint Distribution Committee, Jew
ish National Fund, United Israel
Appeal, and Now York Association
for New Americans), America
Israel cultural Foundation. Hebrew
University, Pioneer Women, Tech
Continued on Page 6-A
Continued on Page 2-A
WILL SERVE IN FOREIGN MINISTRY
Continued on Page 13-A
4
Co may Quits as Envoy;
Raphael New Ambassador
JERUSALEM (JTA) The
Israel Foreign Ministry announced
this week that Michael S Coma)
will leave his post as Israel's Am
li.i--.ulor to the United Nations.
and that Gideon Raphael has been
named to replace him
The Ministrj said that Mr Com
ay had asked last summer to he
relieved of the in assignment, in
which he ha- served aince 1956
succeeding Abba Fhan Israel's
first Ambassador to the UN, who
i- now Israel's Foreign Ministei
The changeover m Ambassadors
l- expected to take place in April
Mr. Comay will serve in the,
Foreign Ministry on his return
to Israel. A Foreign Ministry
spokesman said it had not yet
been decided whether Mr. Com-
ay would attend a special UN
session on South Africa, sched-
uled for April.
Mr Raphael i- now deputy d
toi general of the Foreign Minisl >
A frequei t member of I hi- 1-:
Continued on Page 7-A
TO LAUNCH ISRAEL BOND CAMPAIGN FOR SI 15 MILLION
Ben-Gurion Coming Here Mar. 4
NOTED ARTIST IN EXHIBIT PAGl 3 A
Das.ui Ben Guiion will be honoi
led as the toundei ol the Israel
Bund Organisation at the 1967 In
tci national inaugural conference
for Israel Bonds at the Fontaine
hleau Hotel on Saturda) evei
Mar. 4. it wa- announced l>> Sam
uel Roth berg, national campaign
chairman
Rothbei g i- set i Ing as chaii
of the BOth birthda) tribute dinnei
to the unowned Israeli statesman
which will climax a three daj in
iral conference that begins
Thursdaj Mai 2.
In addition to more than 3 000
civic and communal leaders from
various parts of the United
States, Canada and other nations
of the free world who will attend
the Israel Bond dinner in honor
of Ben-Gurion. thousands of
others have been invited to share
in the tribute by purchasing Is-
rael Bonds in celebration of his
80th birthday.
Rothherg emphasized that the
inaugural conference and dii i
ui welcome to Hen Gurion will fo
us attention on l-i Bel's r.<; (j
sums "i Israel Bond invest
menl capital in the coming
to finance the country develop
meiit projects and to promote in
dusti ial expansion foi export mai
kets
Continued on Page 11 A
DAVID BENGURION


age) 2-A
* knlst. Fhrldliari
Friday. February 10. 1967
Cardinal Demands Apology
Mrs. Louis Glcsser css.'sts two servicemen from Homestead
Air Force Base enjoy themselves c:s "civilians' with their
families in a I atmosphere. Mrs. Glasser, chairmen
of the ]c ^re 3oard Armed Ser.ices Committee of
Greater V points out the sights to Sat. Arnold Finetnan
and Capt. El I P 3 well as they end their families were treated
o a specie:! coy Sunday at the Fontainebleau Hotel.
Arab Talks Faltering
BONN (JTA) A West Git
man Cardinal denied this week in
a statement that he had made the
anti-Semitic remarks attributed to
him by an American rabbi durine
a meeting between the two in Col
ogne.
Rabbi Max Nussbium, chairman
of the American section of the
World Jewish Congress, met with
Josef Cardinal Flings, the Arch
bi.-hop of Cologne, during the rab-
bi's visit to Wesl Germany in Jan
lary The rabbi reported on the
talk in a press conference in New
York City on Jan 21
According to Rabbi Nussbium,
Cardinal Frings indicated that
German Jew* were to a degree
responsible for the rise of Na-
tional Socialism because they
were so powerfully entrenched
in many areas of German life.
Rabbi Nussbaum also said, in an
Sinai Men Schedule Dinner
Temple Sinai Rrothrrhood will
hold i dinner meeting on Monday.
f] 30 p ra. at the Black Angus
mranl Guest speaker will be
Al Sepe. of tlu Attornej
nftlO-
interview with the Allegemelne
Unabhangige Judische Wochen-
zeitung, a West German news-
paper, that the Archbishop ex-
pressed doubt that 6.000.000 Jews
had been murdered by the Nazis.
In the Interview, Rabhi Nusi
baum quoted the Cardinal as tell
ing him that The Jews of that
time had gained great riches and
wore the.-e riches publicl) for
show. These were the reasons th.it
made National Socialism psycho
logically possible."
The Cardinal said in his state
men! that bis words had been
quoted out of i oi text and that he
had always denounced Hitler's .-
tnities against the Jews 'from the
deepest reaches of my soul."
The 80 year old prelate has beer,
widely hailed for his opposition to
the Nazis during the war. He hai
also repeatedly denounced the con
cept of collective German guilt
since the end of World War II
* -* a ___~~ *m*aaa.
Te Alf Miami Jewry .
UTS CELEBRATE
Ben Gurion's 80th Birthday
By Giving te The
Combined Jewish Appeal
- Moyihir Friedberq
Continued from Page 1-A
tources expressed deep pessi-
mism about the outcome of the
talks, which were arranged by
UN Secretary General U Thant
a few weeks ago when Arab
guerilla incursions into Israel
from Syrian bases raised border
tensions to a dangerous level.
The sources pointed to the re-
peated Syrian attempts I raisi
let outside the C immission meet
ins. agenda but thej paid tribute
to Gen. Bull's n partial and prtcr-
effort-
|
fears thaf Syrian "obstinacy and
illwill would prove to bo too much
for Gen Bull's patient diplomacy.
Syrians did not chance dra
n-.at i r | resent strate
the v ks, thi turces -.. d the talks
w/i doomed.
Iv'fore the brief session be
the sources said that heavy inter
national pleasure had been broi
to bear on the Syrian regtani
induce a more moderate Sj
attitude at the resumption ol
talks The reported pr<
come from foreign govi
an I from tl I 'nil I S
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Fridoy. February 10. 1967
* k-nltf fhrlcflir
Page 3-A
Noted Artist to Hold One-Man Exhibit
For Israel Bonds at Trustee Club Gallery
Aharon Giladi. one of Israel's
outstanding artists, will hold ii
-occial exhibit of hi- nil paintings,
drawings and lithographs from
Thursday. Fob 16. through Satur
day. Mar. 4. at the Tru>tee Club
Gallery of the Barcelona Hotel.
The showing, Giladi's first in the
I nited states, is being held in con-
junction with the 1967 internation-
al inaugural conference for State
of Israel Bonds, which will launch
'his year's campaign for the sale
of SI 15 million in Israel Bonds
throughout the United States. Can
ada and 28 other nations of the
iiee world
Giladi's paintings have been "
quired by museums and well
Known art collectors in the United
States, Europe and Israel
Bern in the city of Gomel,
Ruttia, ha studied at th* Lenin-
grad Acidtmy of Art, where ho
was a protege of Prof. M. Potro-
vorkin. He came to Israel in 1929,
at the age of 71. and lived in a
kibbuti for 19 years, going
abroad occasionally to study and
paint in France, Italy and
Greece.
Giladi, unlike most, of Israel's
artists, has not been identified
*ith the Safed school of painting
)! has preferred to use as his
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home base. Kibhut7 Afakim. where
from 1929 to 1948 he worked as a
builder of houses and was painter
only in his spare time
His uoiks have been entered in
competition on numerous occa
sions. and he has earned many
awards In 1948 and 1954. he won
the Disengoff Prize at the Tel Avh
Art Exhibition. The prize i~ named
in honor of the first mayor of Tel
Aviv, the late Meyer Di/enyoff.
who established the firsl ait mu-
seum there. The exhibition, which
has been held annually since 1935,
is .i showcase for talented new
painters ArtLstS can exhibit then
WOrks there once every s|\ years.
Giladi's first one-man exhibition
outside Israel was held at the Gal
leries Vingt cinq in Paris in 1955
Two years later, he w.is awarded
the Brazil-Israel Prize at the inter
continental Exhibition in San
Paulo Since then he has held man)
exhibits in other cities of Europe,
South America and Ins own adopt
ed counti>
Mis art. which shows the utiliza
tion "i modern expressionist
its fullest, consists of subjects
which were close to him during
three periods of his life
1) His days in his grandfather's
largo house in Gomel (White
Russia), where he was surround-
ed by many women and children.
2i The tune when as young men
he and his two brothers were un
prisoned in Russia tor engaging in
Zionist activities; when his mother
would visit them to offer comfort
and love the love of mother and
child
3> His eai 1> years SI an unmi
' m Palestine, when he became
attached to the people of Kinm
and painted Imaginary Biblical fig
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AHARON CIIADI
UK's ,is people, nut ;!. kings or
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amnni; the hills and near the Sea
of Galilee
Giladi's exhibit, al which he will
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Volume 40 Number 6
Friday. February 10. 1967
30 Shevat 5727
Combined Appeal's
Double Celebration
A double occasion oi special
community-wide significance will be
marked by Greater Miami Jewrv on
Sunday niqht at the Deauville Hotel.
A dinner will inaugurate thf 1967
Combined Jewish Appeal campaign.
The function will alco celebrate 25
years cf service to the community
by Joseph M. Lipton president of
the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion, our central fund-raising and
planning agency.
Now fulfilling his second year as
president of Federation. Mr. Lipton
.s a leading figure in the Miami
business, civic, philanthropic and re-
ligious communities.
As president of Dade Federal
Savings and Loan Association, he
has lent his knowledge to CJA's
Loan and Finance Division for many
years. More than that, he has served
:n every important facet of our Com-
:..r.ed Jewish Appeal campaign.
To gather first-hand knowledge of
precisely what Federation and CJA
assistance means in terms of human
needs abroad, Mr. Lipton_ was a member of
the seventh United Jewish" Appeal Study Mis-
sion to Rome and Israel.
His other Jewish affiliations, as well as hon-
ors and positions he has held in the general
community, are legion, including the coveted
Silver Medallion Brotherhood Award of the
National Conference of Christians and Jews
ior 1965.
To help mark the double celebration Sunday
night. Chet Huntley. world-renowned NBC news
commentator, will be guest speaker.
Specifically, the Feb. 12 dinner will inaugu-
rate Greater Miami's 1967 CJA drive for
SI.676.767 to fill the needs of over 50 local, na-
tional and overseas agencies.
This will be a sterling opportunity for our
community to pay tribute to one of its longtime
distinguished leaders, and to help CJA get
going toward the achievement of the 1967 goal
in a critical year of Jewish need.
our total view of the soul of the American
vision.
So many American Jews who have in the
past been less than enthusastic about their
Judaism may now find it worthwhile to take
a second look.
A Jewish Contribution
It is only in recent years that there has de-
veloped a readiness among non-Jews to laud
the Jewish group experience in America as
having made wholesome contributions to those
values for which our nation stands.
In a recent speech in New York City on
the colonial and New England aspects oi
American life, Dr. Clifford K. Shipton declared
that without a thorough grasp of two Jewish
value systems, it is impossible to understand
American culture.
One. according to Dr. Shipton. is the Puritan
application of the Old Testament as a record
of morality and ethics. The other is the value
system which the huge waves of early twentieth
century brought with them to this country.
We have all of us, and for a long time, been
acquainted with the significance of the Puritan
psychology on American social development
that psychology based on a profound
knowledge of and respect for Jewish Scripture.
What is amazing here is Dr. Shipton's be-
liefs about the ideals and behavior of the
"greenhorn" the immigrant Jew of more
recent date.
Director of the American Antiquarian Soci-
ety, he seems to find this self-evident but
not evident enouah for others. As a conse-
quence, Dr. Shipton recommended to the 81st
ennual meetina of the American Historical So-
ciety in New York that his fellow-historians be-
obing American synagoque end other
Jewish communal records. The information
mere, he believes, is absolutely essential to
Plans for NCCJ Dinner
Selection of Gabriel Heatter long-rime res
ident of Miami Beach, as second recipient of
the Headliner's Award of the National Confer-
ence of Christians and Jews, is in keeping with
the high level established two years ago when
Ed Sullivan was presented with the initial
citation
It stands on a par with the announcement
of the selection this week of Sister Dorothy,
president of Barry College, as recipient of the
Special Brotherhood Award this year, as well
as with recent designations of Silver Medallions
to:
Mayor Robert King High, of Miami; Sidney
D. Ansin. president of WCKT Ch. 7. Sunbeam
Television Corp.; and Joseph M. Fitzgerald,
attorney.
Presentation of all these awards will be
made at the 15th annual Brotherhood dinner
here Feb. 21 at the Fontainebleau Hotel. To-
gether with Dan B. Ruskin, servina as dinner
chairman, and Whitney M. Young, of the Urban
League, as guest speaker, the yearly event
should prove outstanding.
Hadassah in Action
Hadassch. with its 318.000 members, re-
mains one of the strongest Jewish organizations
on the American communal scene. It is cer-
tainly one of the strongest Zionist organiza-
tions without regard to sex.
These facts emerged clearly at liie Hadas-
sah annual mid-winter conference in New York
City early this week.
The women's Zionist group called for a
stronger U.S. foreign policy in the Middle East,
urged its frequently dissident fellow-Zionist
organizations to close ranks in newer levels
of more meaningful leadership, examined the
status of Jews in the Soviet Union in light of
Premier Kosygin's recent statements while on
a visit to Paris, and centered attention on the
worsening economic crisis in the State of Israel.
This was a hefty agenda for any confer-
ence. For Hadassah's 200 delegates at the
meeting it seemed standard enouah and f
representative oi the organisation's profound
contribution tc the world Jewish condition today.
luring the week
... as i see it
by 110 MINDLIN
- A RECENT I avid S laskind
d. ** television show ove wins
I irimn mP WPPK suggests HIOW graphica'h than
Ul I* evM JU>t bo, eontrovei-i.il
the n-'ii pel ii of Nazism in
Germany ha' become Hanns
Fr*dri.h. a West Cerai in pro
totype of the best
v enue ha- lo ofrer. ai
that the -?even-percent plii'
represents! on of the right
w mg National Democrat -
achieved m the rocenl Hesse and Bavaria teeth > should ..... no
fears amp. ople throughout the world Ont other
hand he did mi he, like most Germani ii gettl tired
Xtt. guilt h. r to feel he must
the Hitter era. "< beUew Fi i
that Qermsnj !*' "eld accountable for the Pa*t
P ""< ",;I -> "n
challenged.'*a< thai I ',be a
thins What he meant was that the Nat.onal emocrati jree the
kooks' a diacernibk pot in the universe on< n be readm
scrutinUed As a nee. provided the part not proliferate
out of control, u- uys uiil alwaya knov. where they are and
what they are doing But it did no! quite com.- out that wa: not
in the same was Friedrich patient impatienci with the con tueroi -
continuing surveillance ol the vanquished enem>
Friedrich- maj< is* was thai we should atop i
because there is absolute!) no parallel between the ra preceding the
Hitler aacenl to powei and I idaj Weal German experience, where
Germans can simplj not be told from the victors, themselves for th.
Germans are well-dressed, well-fed. affluent, richly Industi si. and
busting out of their britches to gel then hot littli hands on what
Bill Baggs would eall -just one eentsy, weentsj teeny little old
atom bomb
HBU11IHG THf UtiliJKATIOM AKGUMIN1
BECAUSE, in the larger tense, the Germani bavt expi rienee I recent
difficulty in proper!) assessing their role in the Western, tefense
scheme, because the) ire affluent and must continut u pretend that
they are both poverty and conscience-stricken, Friedrich contends
that he and his countrymen find themselves frustrated tod
Pet* Brunswick, a top executive in El AI Israel Airlines, -at in
on this slick presentation of the German viewpoini to offer some cog-
ent contrast- Rebutting the frustration argument, Brunswick politely
observed that other nations and their citizens also suffer frustration.
but that they do not periodical!) take :t out on th resl of the world
with a big bang of a mar Bui Brunswick went a st p further a
highly significant step Whal be did was to observe thai the Germans
ha\e never experienced a revolution in thi m h '''' tmei a and
France did. for example, or even Britain back In tr.. days of M
c ana. when thi the unchallei of his
supreme powei b> compromising his right to taxatii i t>> whim
Aj a consequence, the Germans, Brunswick said do really
know how to deai with national crises except by succu ;treme
solutions Sir.ee the) never hail the practice, ii ha- never become a
part of their "racial unconscious To this poinl ii \u a I nednch
ie-punded SW
DIFflCUlT TO ( A CIKMAN IN MfW YORK
ljis example? German) i five-million unempli >ed on the eve of
the Nazi ascenl to political powei and in. urn bit- burden
Germany wast bearing as a consequence of "an unjust armistice settle-
Geranan) wa.- bearing a- a consequence of "an unjust armistice settle-
except with frustration and "extreme solutions
In Friedrich s answer lie- the very nature of thi beast, which
an expert questioner in the Susskind audience easily expo.-ed (n
the eve of the Nazi ascent to power, there wire three times ^ many
Ameinans in the Utter ranks of the unemployed sixtetr. million
of them The German- chose Adolf Hitler h. said. America chose
Franklin Delano Roosevelt
Friednch. a handsome, wittv. even amiable man. was not dis-
mayed He had Still nun to U) The tune wa- not one for heroism,
particularly when the true nature of the Nazi purpose had been finally
exposed, and the fir-t brutalities and excesses of the Nan torturers,
experienced it had become. h> then, a question of simple survival
But neither was Brunswick dismayed What about the inverse
heroes- What of them the butchers in the name of Germany?
Weren't they heroes, they who in fact knew the true Nan nature
all along Nazi "heroes '*
When David Susskind finally and humorously observed that it
seemed Hanns Friedrich couldn't answer a single question to anvone's
satisfaction, Friedrich polite!) smiled and replied. Not even to mj
own.'- adding: "It is difficult to be a German in New York "

Mttm OH JHt WtOMC STUAHt
JMOSE WHO KNOW Pete Brunswick Will expect that he had the
last word and so he did Now you should understand. he told
Hanns rnednch. "just how Jews must haxe fall in Hitler Germany '
This kind of brilliant kim-and take betraved the feelings of
hostility on both sides, while Brunswick s obs.rvat.ons. as I have
already suggested, more frequently got to th<- core of the German
Weltanschauung But it did not shed new hght on the revived
German nationalistic spirit born out of the politicking in De Gaulle's
fans rather than in some |a) Munich beerhall Hence, the accent
was on the wrong syllable, as all careful study of the Uermavn renas-
cence-has been Wronglj accented in the last few yean
th.. flri" d'd, VL* ,,Iay up ,he old ft>ars Thil does not make
the fears less valid The> exist, but they are less temporarv as lhapers
JftaS.?w!n urntJ,n ,hlS "*"' fTtedrhal singling OUl of Foreign
of ch,n n Y dl "S ,ht' Poh,'Cal b,lan"' '" Kiesinger In the role
of chancellor was absolutely -.h-cous For Brandt, more than any
hlnH G*an P01'""*" hv. il anxiously eating out of the De Gaulle
the Sovi. I^n ^"PPwhement with K.ste.n Europe -meaning
the soviet In.on, at the expense Of American prestige abroad
onlvh/kT m 'hrst,,rrns '"- hOal with Fr.edr.ch would not
m tHZiS. UPl^^taute. but if would certainly have put him
h w no, K ,', defeMive ln ,h' >W frame of reference, no matte,
. nforl^,"1'^ !'" ,e1ded "' H,f,er- ,h"' '' man here seemed
eoniiortabie beyond n
W(. _H?' '-'. in arguing the noo Naoi reemsrgeaos,
. '.'. ;. ',' what an ambitious and shortsighl
.-ulle has wrought a. a future Prench and. b) imbLcation. free
' lewiah terms, of course s,H, v.W
JidtowJ e,eM ,,v "" ''<"-'> tmottonll
-nd low 0CUO4 itutf ,.x. i | .,- ,,^t anu nol fu(ure hl$k>r>


Friday. February 10. 1967
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Nursery School of Temple Menorah stanea a
spec.-i program recently. Paient3 commit-
tee j.-.cluded Mesdames Bernard Goodstein.
Jose Susi, Andrew Harris and Morion Witro-
qen. Children are seated in front row (left to
right, Leslie Lcwinqer, Lyndon Spear, Faye
Gelr. Deorah Berbko, Davi Gitelson. Belinda
Susi Scott Friedman. Anna Vainstein. Dena
Kerr. Joyce N~*hanson. Lisa Stolzenberg. Stan-
lev ?jdm:" Joseph Sinaer. Second row are
oi eiie Novae, Maria Englander. John Schor.
Sue Goodstein. Richard Benson. Rachel Orvi-
eto. Ned Witrogen. Joy Brownstein. Barry
Lvnn. Alan Breiter. Linda Harris. Back row are
Hilary Unqer, Tommy Spiegel. Mitchel Hcrus-
man. Rosalind Maiman. Todd Korbin. Diane
Freedman. Cynthia Weyne and Adam Berger.
Teachers cf Temple Menorah's expanded
Nursery School are Miss Susan Lane, Mrs.
Nation Stem and Mrs. Charles Kusens.
47 NER TAMID FORUM FIB. 16
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rage 6-A
-Jewish Ftcrklten
Friday. February 10. 19tr
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INAUGURAL DINNER SET FOR SUNDAY AT DCAUVIUE HOTEL
Combined Jewish Appeal Gears for $1,676,767
Fifty Agencies Here
And Abroad Get Aid
From Our Community
Continued from Pee 1-A
I Sen Ice, and
I trM OUT l nion
CJA's campaign organizational
structure is broken down into
several large divisions, each con-
'jining smaller groups and sec-
tions. Each division and sub-
division is headed by volunteer
chairmen men *nd women of
he Miami Jewish community
who are donating their time and
energies to the Combined Jew-
ish Appeal fund-raising effort.
Campaign chairman for the 1967
\ me i Milton Weiss. His two
a-ociate chairmen are Norton S
PnlloT and George -I Talianoff. Jos-
f h M l.ipton i< president of the
<. eater Miami Jewish Federation
whicli tonduct- the CJA campaign
DivMflM and their chairmen
81 M follow-
Residence and High Rise Di-
vision: Daniel Seal Heller, chair
nun; Ben Essen and Lou Harris.
a'Ociate Chairmen
COAL: $499,950
Mercantile Division: Byron J
'I po. chairman. lx>uis I. Davis
and Herman Hammer, co chairmen
GOAJ $113,500
Food, Hotel. Restaurant and
Allied Trades Division: Jerry
B ank Joseph ("ohen. and !!
li K"bin.-. nil
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GOAL $181,700
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Snetman. co-chairmen.
GOAL: $179,000
The Combined Jewish Appeal
has found, that by raising money
together rather than separately,
more money can be collected at a
smaller cost, and the indi\idual
agencies are free to concentrate on
providing service-
Budget committee, which con-
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leaders, reviews each agency's
operating budget and reports to
the giver hew his money is spent.
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eliminated, services can he pro-
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observed, and financial coals can
he determined in the perspective
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prior to the kick-off of several Mercantile
Division sections. Left to riaht are Samuel
Robinson. Alex Schneidman. Herman Ham-
mer. Byron J. Topol. division chairman. Max-
well H. Weisblatt, Alan Marcus. Harry Miz-
rach, and Donald S. Laviqne. The division has
accepted a campaign goal of SI 18,800 for 1967.
an increase of SI0,000 over last year's results
Annual fund-raisinq luncheon is scheduled for
Feb. 23 at the Dupont Plaza Hotel.
FEDERATION PRESIDENT CITED fOR SERVICE
LJA Leader to Make Presentation
Joseph Kanter. of Miami Beach,
a national chairman of the United
Jewish Appeal, will make the l'J.\
award presentation to Joseph M.
l.ipton for his "exemplarv service'
to the Jewish communitv of Great
er Miami on Sunday nisht at CJA'l
inaueural dinner at the Deauville
Hotel
Kanter i^ the new h appointed
United Jewish Appeal and Israel
Education Fund national chairman
Hit home was the sit* of a
dinner at which Jerusalem May-
or Teddy Kollefc appeared last
week, where more than $1 mil-
lion was pledged to the UJA's
Israel Education Fund.
l.ipton. now serving his second
term a president of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation. wa> I
membei of the UJA's seventh
study mission to Europe and Israel
The dinner at kanter s home
highlighted seven gifts, and fol
lowed b> B $220,000 pl<
ii Pali Fred P
a York, foi thi
constructii community cen
the Ionian
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The seven gifts will be used
for high school construction and
teacher training scholarships
throughout Israel. Among those
participating m the "million dol-
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Pomeranti and Kanter, were
Samuel Friedlend nd Samuel
Goldfarb her.
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THIRD RECIPIENT OF CITATION
Sister Dorothy, Barry President, Gets
NCCJ Special brotherhood Award Feb. 21
HONO* TO GABKIll HIAJJFK PAGl IB
SisUr M. Dorothy Browne, OP.
president of Barry College, has
been deeigpeted as the third per
sod in Florida history to receive
the Special Brothcihood Award of
!hc National Conference of Chris
nans and Jew s
She will bo presented the eita
non at the 15th annual Brother
hood dinner of the Honda Region
if the NCCJ at the Fontaineblcau
Hotel on Feb. 21. Announcement
if her selection wax made Satur
lay by Dan B Ruskin. of Iflami
iteach. dinner chairman, and John
t Ring, of Coral Gables, awards
chairman.
Preview recipients of the Spe
.ii Brotherhood Award arc for
ncr IS Sen llair> P Cam and
-i Theodore H Gibson
The Feb 21 dinner. a $100 *
plat* black tit function, will be
highlighted by the presentation
of the annual Silver Medallions
of Brotherhood to Miami Mayor
Robert King High, Miami Beech
television executive Sidney D.
Ansin and Coral Cables attorney
Joseph M. Fitigerald.
Sister Dorothy will i>e honored
>rdin| ta Ruskin and Ring, I":
her singular achievements in pro
moting the cause of brotherhood
hrounhout her life, and in par
licular, during her dittinguiahed
. : BS head of the education de
gree in education from Catholic
University in Washington, D.C.
More than 700 person- arc e\
peeled to attend the Feb. 21 din
ner at the Pontainebleau, which
will serve for the third consecutive
pear aa the national kickoff of
Brotherhood Week. The Miami
Beach function is the largc*t
Brotherhood dinner held b) the
nccj during Brotherhood Week
in the United States
Slater Dorothj was an elementary
i-huol teacher in Illinois and Mich
man prior to being named head
of ttu Education Department at
Siena Heights College in 1938. and
during two of her four years there
Comay Quits UN Post as Israel Envoy;
Raphael Becoming New Ambassador
Continued from Page 1-A
delegation to ine s oiled Nations.
i i ved .i- i ice chairman of the
delegation at the recent 21st IN
General Assembl) Be is also ape
cial assistant to the Prime kfin
later and larael's only rowing Am
dor
Born in Berlin. \n Haphad
settled in Palesine in I9M Enter
ins the foreign servKc of the pre
state Jewish Government, he nerv-
ed as I member of the Jewish
Agencj delegation to the I v Si
iial Commission on Palestii and
to the UN General Assembly in
1947
Me was go alternate represents
Live on the Israel delegation a thi
IN from 1850 to ./.>.>. and an I-
reel! representative to the I'ah
Une Conciliation Commiesi >n in
1952 From 1947 to I960, he serv< '
as Israel's Ambassador to Belgium
Luxembourg and the Euiope
Economic Community.
The
Q
ctagon
rOWKR APTS.
0p. Mianw ieecA Cenveefiee HmU
H B \r occupy
"9 entire block on Ws\hf
A 'ion> IS'h fo |9'fi b'T'l
112 !ouriouil> tumiihrd
tpertmsnte (some unfiKn
o pn tlooi it n v .
king -
II eh > '
Ihr
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cta^on
lOWUt API'S.
OCCUPANCY MOV. '67
MODtL OPtN DAILY
Phoff M4-6S2I
rvmg FiinKI of Fairfax Motel.
President
usrit ooeoTwr
partment, dean and now president
of Barrj College "
They noted that "Berrj has
steadil) accelerated its programs
in human relations and in t erf ait h
activity" under her leadership
Currently serving as a membei
of the Commission on Religion in
Higher Education of the Associ
ation of American Colleges, Sistei
Dorothj in 1986 completed service
U secretary Of Independent Col
leges and Universities of Florida
She was the firsi woman member
of the College and University Com
mission of the South, in Associa
lion "I ( oUegM and Schools, ha\
Ins served from 1952 until 1957
and was reelected to the Commit
sion in ltM>4.
Sister Dorothj assumed the pies
idencv of Barry College m 1963
after serving for six years as dean
of Siena Heights College in Adrian.
Mich from which she received her
AB degree In education and Eng-
lish
Sister Dorothy was dean of
Barry College from 1944 until
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Friday. February 10.1967
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Pag 9-A
Major event at Jacob C. Cohen Community Synagogue will
'.ake place on Sunday, Feb. 12. 4 p.m.. when Samuel Finkel
presents the second Sefei Torah within the last two years
*o the congregation. Finkel. formerly of Sprinafield, Mass.. is
::ie of the founders of the congreoation. Rabbi Tibor H Stern
.s preparing a special service lor the occasion. He will be
. ssisted by Rabbi Abraham Weinschneider and Cantor Mever
Engsl. Guest speaker at the Siyum Hatorah will be Rabbi
Stephen Kevelson. son-in-law of Rabbi and Mrs. Stern, active
. rehgious affairs in the City of New York. He is vice president
;: the Mesivta Chaim Berlin Rabbinical College.
Lip ton Honored;
NBC News Star
At Sunday Event
Continued from Pag* 1-A
. a nductcr. by Federation
The recipient of the Silver Me
d. .lion Brotherhood Award of the
Stiongfl Conference of Christians
and Jews in 1965. he is a founder
and vice president of Mount Sinai
Hospital, a former member of
tin citizens committee of the I'm
#rsity of Miami, a past president
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Jewish Federation, Lipton will
also be honored by the United
Jewish Appeal for his "exem-
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The UJA'l award will b pre
anted bj Joseph Kanter, of Miami
Beach, a national chairman of the
I Dited Jewish Appeal
Sidney C Lefcourt. immediate
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sent I.ipton with a gift on behalf
of Federation, and Rabhi Irving
Lebrroan, spiritual leader of Tem
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ish community
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Rabbi Supports Battle of Book
By Special Report
A prominent rabhi who has stir-
red the religious and scholarly
communities with writings on the
relevance of traditional Judaism
to contemporary issues has sided
with Mrs Jacqueline Kennedy in
bet i leleti r change pi
- in William
ith ol .i !
Writ thi
Jew ish Life ma ... ini Di No
i hael

;it Veshiva t 'm\< rsity, said that .i
: the II ,u-h
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k-s thai the rights ol
acy weightier than the
clain : history.
Dr. Lamm offered what he
described as "a Jewish view" of
the ethical issues in the contro-
versy in an article entitled "The
Private Lives of Public Figures"
in Jewish Life magazine.
He noted that while .U .ish law
stresses the obligations of the tndi
vidual to the community and evi
dencc* respect for the community's
right to know, it nevertheless
makes clear that when life and
the integrity Of the individual come
into conflict with the demands of
the group whether community
or nation Judaism does not BSOC
lion the involuntary sacrifice ol
the individual in favor of the col
lectiv Ity "
Or l.amm said -evvish law not
only denies society the right to
sacrifice the individual in order
t< preservi itself or enhance its
welfare bul that it also "applies
to his ditimtv and honor' He add
ed
"Th of the nation, even
of all mankind, to more detailed
historical information about the
tragedj in Dallas can not
wei ii 'hi- sacred i ghl ol :hr
idenl idow to her pet
privacj
Dr Lamm also cited Jew ish re
m winch holds that a pei
son i- culpabli il
on the privac) ol
quirin p,-,
on oi b> revi thoul
M it was i
'that thi i o|
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Dr. Lamm asserted in the
Jewish Life article that Mrs.
Kennedy's determination to pro-
tect her privacy is not only her
right, in view of Jewish law, but
her duty. To support this con
tention, he cited contempt shown
in a Talmudical opinion for indi
viduals who willingly relinqui-h
their privacy. "A man has the
moral duty to protect his own
privacy, to safeguard his own
intimacies from the inquisitive-
ness of his neighbors," he d
dared.
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In more than 1.8(H) years on
Wednesday. Ken 15. at the Carnei
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As a public service, the Car
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Washington Ave. in Miami
Beach will offer 1967 Speci-
men Sets for sale on their offi-
cial date of issue. By special
arrangement with the Israel
Government, the sets will be
available in South Florida ex-
clusively at the Carner Bank of
Miami Beach.
The handsomel) packaged sets
which will be sold at S3 a set
include urn each Ol thi \
5, 10 and oth 1 ira and
l Lira coins Each coin is in bright,
uncirculated condition and ha.s
been special!) si lei
lectors
While the face value of the
coins is 66 cents in United States
currency, similar sets issued in
1965 and 1966 by the now-closed
Tel Aviv Mint already have be-
come prized possessions in thous-
ands of coin collections.
only 1.000 sets will be offered
with
ntire internal
ts
Jack earner, chairman of thi
hoard, and Stephen II earner
president. said numbered coupons
are being distributed to customers
of the Carner Bank at the tell, i
windows
New customers also will have
the opportunity to receive the
coupon* each of which may
be exchanged with the $3 gov
eminent issue price for a
1967 Jerusalem Specimen Set.
The coins will be placed on sale
at 10 a.m. on Wednesday, Feb is.
immediatel} following ground
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Ad\


Pago 10-A
Unlst fkjridi^r
Friday, February 10, 1957
ADL Watching Renewed
Vigor of KKK in South
By Special Report
i
Ku Klux Kbn itrength in the
Soui.': has Jumped to 50.000 a
rise of 30.000 members in the past
year and is still going strong,
according to research findings
made public h\ Pore Sihary. na-
tional chairman of the Anti Defam-
ation League of B'nai Brith.
The I.ea;;ue report attributed
the upsurge to "a return of drop-
outs to Klan capitalization on
"a climate of fear stemming from
\10lence in and around Negro
gbettoes, and to "political de-
cisions" BUCfa a- education issues
in Virginia and the nomination of
Lurleen Wallace for Governor of
Alabama and Lester Maddo.x for
: nor of Geoi gia
.;;. : 1 \ esled the findings i>e
VDL national commissioners
1 ned at the Waldorf Astoria
Hotel in New York for the League -
54th annual meet
Schary Mid "the most alarm-
ing growth" in Klan member-
ship took place in Virginia,
which had an increase of 750
percent, in Georgia, where it in-
creased 175 percent and in Ala-
bama. 100 percent, since the
beginning of last summer. Klan
leaders, he continued, consider
the elections of Mrs. Wallace
and Maddox as signals that both
states are "welcome havens" for
the KKK.
DOfff SCHAir
In Virginia, according to the re-
port, recruitment efforts centered
around the Prince Edward County
situation a Supreme Court de-
cision ordered County commission
era to personally repay public
funds which they dispersed to
private schools rather than open
and integrate the public schools
Membership Upsurge
Schary said the Klan had an
estimated membership of 20.000 in

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Klan decided that the House L'n
American Activities Committee
bearings on the organization would
have no significant impact and
members who had dropped out re-
turned to the fold.
By the beginning of summer, he
said, strength had increased by
10.000. another 20.000 has been
added in the past seven months.
and recruitment continues un
abated.
Describing Klan strength as
" barometer of uneasiness"
about the race issue, Schary said
there is "a growing hard core"
of individuals who refuse to ac-
cept Negroes into the main-
stream of American life.
The League study shows that
KKK membership remains prepon-
derantly affiliated with the tinted
Klans of America, which is the
prime recipient of the overall Klan
growth Led by imperial Wizard
Robert M Shelton from headquar
ters in Alabama, the group li.i-
jrown from an estimated 20.550 at
the beginning of summer to cur
lent membership of 40.550 The
National Association of Knights
of the Ku Klux Klan. headed by
chairman James K Venahle from
headquarters in Georgia, baa
6.780 members and independent
Klan groups nearly 3.000 reprc
tenting slight increases in both
groups
Table of Organization
GEORGIA: li.ooo members
in 89 Klaverns against 4.000 mem
hers last summer Calvin F Craig
is Grand Dragon
Alabama: 10,000 members
in '(" Klaverns against 5,000 mem
bers lasl summer Grand Dragon
is James Spears .i Baptist min
isti i
VIRGINIA: 1.000 membei
mo Klaverns against 500 member:
lasl suuunei Marshall Robert
Kornegaj is Grand Dragon South'
side \ a ha tx i ome .> Klan
stronghold < la; : in
to much of the
ti
NORTH CAROLINA. 8.500
members in 14:< Klaverns
unmet Jj
.- Grand Dragon \
outstandii inker, he has r*
cruited thro ighoul th< Aith
out cessation
The Florida Story
FLORIDA: 1.500 members in
12 K nst 8 mer Boyd Hambj is Grand I>;
LOUISIANA:
in 13 Kli erns against ; io last
umn ck Helms is Grand
ads much ol
with tli>
:
SOUTH CAROLINA:
bers in 25 1
l last
. I

TENNESSEE: i > .
in U K:.. i ooq
summer Raymond it Anderson i
in Internal problems
appear to nave been straightened
out with the affiliation of the Dixie
Klans into the United Klaus ol
America.
ARKANSAS: 000 members iii
8 Klaverns against :too last sum
mer George A McNeely i- Grand
Dragon Considerable recruiting el
were made when James
Johnson, an avowed segregationist,
won the Democratic nomination for
the overnorship This slowed
when Johnson was di Feated and
then is :
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Fridcy, February 10.1967
^k^lstthrHtor
Paae 11-A
Ben-Gurion Coming to Miami Mar. 4
Talk on Ophthamology
Florida Senior Citizenc Chili 2
Continued from Pag* 1-A
WiU other MMVOei "t in\c-t
Clergymen I rge 3 Day
Fast for Mel Nam War
Israel's plans f,,r accelerated eco tlonal premiere of the 1967 [arael
nonk growth.*' Bond Fashion Show, to be held at
The Miami conference will have a luncheon of the National Worn
:::;;:, nt, srsja m ,pecial **a*,hem <'*.....- *>?
5tate< ant^rn'ald no longer avail
pMe rael must look to the Israel
Bo ipaign to supply the hulk
: H unds for its Development
1: the coming year, Koth
b, .lined
In year when Israel is facins
si' roblemi In the adjustment
01 onomj and when it will
re v heaul> on Israel Bond*
th : re* loua yeai s, Rothberj
p arc confident thai Mi
B< G m's participation, as the
: the Israel Bond idea, in
chinsj of our I9 iun ill he a highly important
it success "
.noil visited the United
Maj 1951, t.i launch ihe
. c! Bond di i\e
T>e world-wide sales campaign.
hie it to be inaugurated here
*ith 'He visit of Ben-Gurion. has
S teccd quota of $115 million.
I year Israel Bond sales
amo.-'ed to $90,894,150.
V participant in the Jems
fin > aferencr in 1990 at which
| in projected the idea of
I 1 Bond issue.' Hothheru
|i
at teal ot faith and courage to
ibari on this new program.
Th past i years have proved
th.it Btn-Gurion's vision and hold
ctior. aid the foundation for an
04%'.i'...'tion that has leeonie the
etronif-T arm in the economic de-
velop nt of Israel In each of the
pa years, approximately $91
SBiMi. ,n Israel Bonds has been
aild :< achievement of the 19*7
gt.ii : SI 15 million will play a
aVuM.. role m carrying forward
heard a talk on OphthamologJ by
All sessions of the conference Dr Gerald Bergei at a merabei
will be held at the h'ontainehleau ship meeting JJond.ny afternoon at
Hotel 42 Washington Ave
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national meeting of some 2,500
Jewish and Chriatian clergymen
and las leaders here this week is
sued a call to American .lew and
< hriatians lo enter .. three da} fasl
next week to protest United States
involvement in the war in Viel
Nam
The mobilization was organized
bj Ihe i ommittee ol < lei gj and
Laymen Concerned about Viet
Mam The participants demonstrat
ed outside Ihe White House in a
one hour silent vigil and then pro
Lions Eye Bank
Picks New Slate
For Florida Club
Rogei Helm has been elected
president of Ihe Florida Lions Eye
Bank
Other officers are Dr Donald
I'alav. vice president; Steve Ued
ison. secretary Matthew Gissen.
treasurer Outcome president is
Erik Eriksson.
During i. a total of i.vt per
tons were furnished eyes lor cor-
nea! transplant surfer) by the
Lions organizatons Over 34*00 per-
sons in Booth Florida signed pledge
cards donating their eves to the
Eye Bank after their death
The Florida I.ions Bank is one
of the projects supported bj the
linns of Florida, and is located al
the Bascom Palmer Eye institute
L'niversitj ol Miami Schoi
Medicine
ceeded on a march to th < ap I il
Man} hi the clergymen visited
their Representatives and Senators
to present a ."1.000 won) document
on the dilemmas over the Viel Nam
war which the group adopted iii
principle
Jewish leaders included Rabbi
Jacob Wtinstein, president of
th* Central Conference of Amer
can Rabbis; Rabbis Abraham J.
Heschel, of the Jewish Theolog-
ical Seminary; Rabbi Henry Sieg-
man, of the Synagogue Council
of America; and Rabbi Balfour
Brickner, of the Union of Amer-
ican Hebrew Congregations.
Rabbi Weinstein addressed the
meeting with a call for application
of religious values to challenge
United States efforts in Viet Nam
Manj rabbis said the) would seek
wHhi discussion ol the Issue In
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In inn
Mi ind
ervtces
^""J*, f\ f I I / ------------- I Mr. Md Mr- Sam l .ron
III, 'ill I J TE = LI IA0 a4 Zamer, Av. of" thi'wl^

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AOuDATh ISRAEL. 7801 Canyie Avt
Orthodon Rabbi Isaac Evir
Fridaj .1". |. rn Maturta > a m
Mine In | ?.k |. ra
a
ANSHE EMES 2533 SW 19th Ave
Conservative Eminue* Kuh>'wiU.
president. Cantor Sol Pakowitz

ETM DAVID 2*?5 SW 3ra Ave. Con
aarvative. Rabh Sol Landau Cantor
William W. Lioson.
r*l i lav) 1:18 (
'Hi- rh.....i Sen v
Spirit ual 11 \. r v
s. i mon u. ,.
v ha 11 ;. ru
------a
ETM EL. 500 SW 17th Avt Ortho
don. Rahbi Solomon Senn
l-1 i1a | l|im. H i ':.-.
>" An <<
,. in
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ETH ISRAEL. 7/0 40th St. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Berel Wein.
p.m. Si
|> Tal nd T.....rnai :.-
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ETH KODESH 1101 SW 12th Ave
Modern Traditional Rabbi Ma
Shapiro. Cantor Benjamin Ben.An
i i) H.I5 p.m s. rmon I >.,
nl mlt> Mi ind Mia li. it
Han mi boat !i.....im shal :
honor ( afi and Mn Max iasda
lay I IS m Harmon v True
C 'iif Ibtitlon ,. in i; i from
the. Heal i
ETH MOSHE CONGREGATION cT LAU OE RDALE Te WI.M eatai
13630 W. Dime Hw. Con.r.it,v< Tf* u? f ,l, i J.
R.bbi David Rosenfe.d. Cantor Se,- L". pi7. 1"'*"**'/" TB,lv<,
mour Hinkes Hanoi Ph.l.p Cha.ton Cantor Theo-
dore Mmdich
r r il 1 v i titit-Ki .. .,l,..- It ..
Clara K My.r. l- he ,..-. !.'' .' ,',...; *
ait; ( Miami Topli El i n. -'"
ind the current
deni Altitude* one* ".', ''"
' Wat. rhood .-!,. li !' k
rWmon "Portion the u "' '
CANDLELIGHTING TIME
30 Shevat 5:52 p.m.
liolfli
-

iTM TFILAH J Euclid Av Or
t")lo Rabbi Jateph E Rachovsky

IETH TORAH. IMth St and NE '1th
Aw* Conservative Rabn- Max Lip
schtz Cantor Jacob Renter.
I r.da> : and l p m il
hel li.....I ... Mm -
[i in
a------
3'NAi RAPHAEL -401 NW 183rd St
Conservative Rabbi Harold Richter
Cantor Jack Lerner.

CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION
OF MIAMI IMS Washington Ave
Orthodox. R.>bb' Dov Rozencweig
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrorn L
Orann Cantor Wil'im B Nutien
sen
I"r -I '
i ..i ..f l.i'. faturdai i ni
\'.
- a
JACOB C COHEN COMMUNTV
5vVi-,O0UF '432 Washington Ave
Orthodox Rabrn Tibor H. Stern
Cantor Meyer Engel
.- i |
V\ ha l i -
a
tNESETH ISRAEL H'5 EucMd Ave
Orthodox Rai.'Oi Dav a Lrh'f eld
Ca.it -r ->?
i m->n
i ii.
I I .M
i |i in
.in i

MiNVONAIRES SYNAGOGUE
Bird Rd Modern traditional Max
W Temchm. president Cantor Louis
Cohn
jsr Cantor Ben OiCkson
a
TEMPLE ZlON. 000 Millar Rd Can
rvativ* Rabbi Alfred Waxman
i ,. in >. mon
aWft-rincs pa
Mitt\al (In
.1 v tin Man*
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riFEMETM ISRAEL 4400 N. MUm
w a xman
v Ku-U-
n Ml"
- '! f tr
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GRti-
AMI 990 NE 171st St }
Rabbi Sherwm Sta.b-
Pmcus Aloof
FYMai i" |H| rd
a The Month '
'. I [ m
?r
"Mai
Av Conservative. Rabbi Manr> YOUNG ISRAEL OF V i A v rjc..
WemcH 1S4J44 Washington A,- u
llvtruj tail Porush
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
Synagogue Helps
Erase Alienation
Ki i.l.i >
|. n

BETH SOLOMON SO NW Sift PI
Conservative. Rabbi Aaron Feier
I I ind : p m Sei .
ibui inn Tha Val : and 11- Si i
> Vmamunli > tttfg Rhal
i bj Mr> Mah Ina >: -
' < h.-r birthda Mr ind Mr-
HEBREW ACADEMY 2400 Pnrtree
Or Orthodox Rabbi Alexander S
Gross
Saturday a Mn
i
SRAELITE CENTS*. Jt'4 SW 25th
HEBREW LESSOX
insn .-niaH nif^lo- sr-:-
-r-zr^ -ihd *?v ,rz:zr,
-": n-N-- rxn:m inx
T
ji^pa d'dotd nojan n*a
r-22 Pi7'nrt o"7^'?
-}?n- T0B9- p;D pc:2n
D*7rj nncy "rtsi noW-
.Tn-^s niH7 yix -i^na?
- T I T V
inx -j-is D-nns qk 7\vt\
oniaa*^ B^pa-l to
one ifjo^i -D%7np"
onlain 73 7b> ori'nii^n
7K7tT 0577 10,7# D'lTiipm
t : : lT-.- I :
lian ,ttjr)K5 n^ tko
Kon oy non^aa nnis
.inni^n non'ppa n'riopi
an di D'-inxn a^Dian 73
-------: r e I f
rrsun n^i3 travis
.7L7'1? ^^KP?D
A Fountain of Knowledge
?or Youth
These days the youth wants to
know it all through a coneentrated
/>rm of learning If something
comes up that a young man wants
to know, he does not like* ttf take
the trouble of going through many
books, but refers to an encyclo
podia However, so that our young
generation should be interested in
referring to an encyclopedia, the
11 jt. rial should be put before him
in an easy and attractive form.
Thia is exactly what the Joseph
.Shrebrek" publishing house of Is-
rael did. An encyclopedia called
'Mayan'' has been published, the
Hebrew letters are voweled and
the book is published in a form fit
for youth.
The encyclopedia has material
about everything in the world in
* clear, easy form In many places.
"irJ7no3nry3
I T I I -
PV11? nsi-i ir-ra T$lg
dn .Apia rrraa 73n 7y
; t T -
$vr \773 K&iia sin 7-r:
rD-'7i i'vph1? n?n s^n pi?
Kin 73?C3 N^K .DHDOa
rx vin n;iDi7p^:N3
nST -lySB, "ID 73K .7371
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ep .nHsi^p'sixs py1?
,P3CT3 H-11S3 PKT 17 BPjn1?
pkt ,pxi .nriyai n"?p>
113i7 HK'SiH 1D7K ^T)f?|
nx-ipjn nnsi7p^K ,-i'yirj
nipja k^hds ,-pya- 037a
D130 K^H IT nH9l7p'S]K '
.1x1731 D*7iy 757 nfcrj.
.nnnai n^p. pipVa nsinsri
D-ayo1?! 31? P3i7ia mtis3
.D'rjya D-pso niis3 oj
inx ip| o'nniD ux nr.
-'Xaxn 7^ tryjapTj iri.&ya
an interesting stor>- is given.
Here we open one of the ten vol-
umes This volume is dedicated to
"tradition."' It opens with a chap
ter about the synagogue," its his-
tory, the prayers book, holidays,
the Bible and Talmud. Every one
of these subjects has its stories
and also songs. At the end of the
volume is a dictionary of words
connected with the synagogue as
"Maftir," 'Ha/an," "Shofar" and
scores of other words that our
youth must know about.
Here we < open another volume,
which is about heroes It gives par
ticulars about all the Jewish heroes
Since the destruction of the Tern
pie The volume begins with wars
with the Romans and ends with
the War of Liberation.
All the other volumes are also
written in a form fit for youth
Published by Brith Ivrith Olamifh
OHEV SHALOM. ll Normandy Or
Orthoao Haobi Phneas Weber.
man.
"-*.'.- 1 '; % Meal

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SEPHAROC JEW.Sm CENTER 4"
Coiims Ave. Rev Cantor Sadi 'ah
mias
Sal 1 in
K 1. i.- > .v 1: ; ,
hrlen
----
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE 18151 Nt
19th Ave. Orthodox Rabbi Jonah
E. Caol.-n
i and .l" ~- rinnn
W Mum I Frs.i n a si
IVh \ I' i, r\ i.
Mi ind \ii Maurlci l: i.
Ui\ins 1* Se>lf-I
; n
TEMPLE AOATH YESHURUN Con
aarvative 1025 NE l3rd St Miami
Gardens Rd. Rabbi Mnton Schlmtkv.
Cantor Maur.ce Neu.
1 i n V\ I.
r* and I
' '- I .ill' !... Ii
' I Mi!..
TEMPLE BETH AM 5950 N Krnd.M
O' So Miiisi Me'urn. Raob<
Herbert Ba..mgjrd Cantor Michael
H("
TEMPLE BETH El OF HOLLY-
A.J03 ISS1 S '4th A.e Reform
m .i-iv Sa-i..el Jaffa
--
M
rEMPLK BblM R40W4 t ;..
Jaffa. Conc.. ,: c
Sau: H B--
TEMPLE BETH &HOLOV 4i ChaM
Ave l be .ii Raoo. Leon msr,
Canter Davd Con. t*i
-.
-
TEMPLE BETH TOv" 64:a SW 8tn
St. Conse-vatve Rabbi Simon April
!
...I.> Vnt-lll

TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM 1MO0 N A
22nd Ave Conservative. Cantor
Abraham Reiseman
TEMPLE EMANUEL. 1701 Wash.ng
ton Ave Conservative. Rabbi Irvine,
Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler
lid lu p in ierni
M tavah I'a.....I ri
m S.-riii-i. u
ill ( the llai m |,
I Mi and Mia i l< ? fhm-
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF CHEATER Ml
AMI. 1J7 NE 1th St Reform. Habo
Joseph R. Narot.
Kri.liN ;. ,... k|
rear ah s..,-..n.-
TEMPLE JUDEA. 55O0 Granada Blvd
Reform. Rabbi Morns Kipper
"''''- -IJ p m .--. :, | ,;.....|
But Not \-v i
TEMPLE MENOHAH 620 7th St
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram
owiu. Cantor Nico Fcldman
i>* S:li p.n Sen The J< -|*
i .ll.M.l.ir K., .,.,
I rilon '. ii.. La K* Mitaxali
Mn. h. || son ..I .I,-,, k i:
Hi > .l.i. quelln* R
TEMPLE NER TAMID SOth St. ano
Tatum Wafkrway. Modern Tradi
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labov.u. Can
tor Edward Klein
:13 p.m 8al irda) IS m
Mlltvah stu irl H ..... -..M ,,(
Mi and Mi- Aeon H i\,
TEMPLE OR OLOM Conservative
8755 SW 18th St.. Miami RJob
Ralph G I i x m a n Cantor Merman
Marchbem.
'""I p.m Saturday :l
----*
TEMPLE SHULUM 132 SW Mth A,.
Pompano Beach. Conservative Rab-
bi Morn* A. Skop Cantor Leon
i Segal.
_ ., .
',."""' n of Mi ,,i
w mon: Ten..... r i,
TEM.PLE sm"aTof~north daoe
18801 NE 22nd Ave. Reform. Rabb,
Manu* Ran,on Cantor Chet Gale
' J V m il W I -.. k...i.'
" Nl II 91 -...... II
?i" S! '
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. (51 E
STL*!**!**' "''" Conservative
Rabbi Maurice Klein
''' ") i:i* P "i I luaal -i~-.ik.-i i>r
Urar*e Boyle, vialtini pi rr. .
liKi.m at tl^ I'm;
Tl*8 Revival oi Jud
By RABBI HAROLD RICHTER
Congregation B'nai Raphael
On Sabbath. Feb l! e -hall
rea I In the roral of 'in firsl sane
tuary of the wilderness known a*
the "Mishkan.' It. purpoee ii
specified And let them make me
:i sanctuary 'hat I ma) dwell among
them
The Bible doei i 01 IB) that I
Biay dwell in "it. but that I ma>
dwell imoni
"them." It i>
interesting to
note the rela
tion ship ii a
tween Mish
kan sanctuarx,
"Shechi n ah,
the Presence ol
God, and Shu
chen neigh
.-.
thai .1 Jewish
IIOIIM || W .
'
makes
our
. Sern
ffobbi f ichter
Thu rj<' ;..... i
u ten tr .;--ii
V
pe-armg rirr il
r>K MAX UPS1 it:
spirtnaaJ trader oj Brr- -
C nfrcfaoaM j \ wtis M i*M
Beach
nesa Hut the aermofi i> b
of the aervice
The prayers and th<
should also aim at n m i\
luin.is hirh prevenl <
becoming our true neighbo
.it our traditional Jewish n
aim at this, and othe: i are
uninspinng I believe thai i
melodin
music should Ih> Intro
the tynagogue len Ice Mil
.nt. and : isea them I
> tune w. t; :
-. i'i -ip.:
In .
much
.
s Jews
- will help
rCaooinical Jelevision f- ro*
'? i?
F,b- 12 h :" >1 am., The .i,.,.h Worship Hour
Rabbi ribor Stern, Jacob C Cohen Conununity
Synagogue
F*b. 12 ch :. 10 a.m.. -Tne still Small Voice
Hosl Rabbi Sol Landau Beth David <"onRn.':ation
Guests Dr Samuel Jatfe. Tempi.' Beth El. Hollv
wood; Dr Charles Mutter, psychiatrial
Discussion Sigmund Freud and h.s Jewish Influ
ence
Peb. 14 Hi 2, 0:30 p.m Man to M..
Topic Brotherhood'
Participants Dr Irving lehrman I.-mple F.manu F!
rr Donald Connolly. Holy Family Catholic
Church; Bishop James I. Duncan, the Episcopal
(hurch. Judge C Clyde Atkins, is District
1 <>urt
SYNOPSIS OF THE TORAH PORTION TMUMAH
The tent of Meeting
and ri4 len Ind LtraSK and b'Ut'' and ^^e. and scarle!
-.skms.":,';;- "t^sz z Tv):ns dved "-d-and
anointing oil and for th^sta*^ ''Kht- 8picM for ,h'"
to In, S for the enhod andf TT' ""^ S""U'S ^ t0nM
The ark wa. f.P k r ,h<' "W^^Ptale" OUt wi h i i'^ ",adt> "f -cacia wood, covered insid,
were to 1 "*'XxT "? m>d' of acac,a Th^
curtain, and nJr ." a ,ent o( curta,ns and board^
of the TrternS. ZJEEI& cons,n,c,,"n of "*
H.rit.,. "^ (Tj|mGr-f **1 the Jew.*
Sh.n9old. and tha !L-LTollmnmlr' '* RtabUwver I.
Joh>* ScMarlT 'C'#,y ****! velwme
inl
t.eT


riday. February 10. 1967
-Mnlstrkridliairi
Page 13-A
Morgenthau,
>rmer FDR Aide,
lead at Age 75
OTMH DIA7HS SIC. ft
rmrr Secretary of the Treat-
;. Henry M. Morgenthau Jr died
; liter a Ioiir illness Mr
Irgenthau, who had lived for
\ yean in Duchess County,
i 75.
frequently identified with
i. iriafc tnmnunit) endea>
he was nevertheless leading
the establishment of the
inft ational Israel Hond Organiza
Xii and attended the man
\. .r.iii meetings which look
in Miami Beach in 1951 and
oi Ihi original group of
im Trustera ol President Prank
fl Roosevelt he was appointed
the Preaidenl in 1933 t<> hi-
i Secretary <>( the Treasury
remained In that position until
litly after Mr Roosevelt s death
b949
|r Morgenthau. who would him
have preferred the life of a
Inthiian fanner.' is perhaps
known for the Morgenthau
a post World War II program
|ch would have turned Germans
a nation of small farmers
Dedication Set for Holy Scroll at Sky Lake on Sunday
HfhW M0RCIN1HAU IB.
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THE FAMILY OF
ARTHUR ROSINEK
wish to express our sincere appreciation and tve'-
lastmg gratitude to our many friends kindness, messages of sympathy, prayers and dona-
tions to various organizations, which were extended
during our bereavement in the loss of oj' beloved
husband and father.
MRS. SYLVIA ROSINEK & FAMILY
C^ort/oaa j-uncral 373-5533
onte
EmjUIUBJ. (*>MH)N. I\undr
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ROSENBERG
First Sefei Torah (Scroll of the
I-aw) donated to Sk\ Lake Syna
Rojjue uiii Yh- dedicated on Sun
day. 2 p.m.. in the synagogue, 18151
NE l!th Ave N.i Miami Beach
The scroll is a gift "f Ml and
Mrs Elmer Udell, mo NE 17'ith
St.. and Mr Udell's sister. Mrs
Reba Kills, of Camden. N'J in
memory <>f their parent-. William
and Sarah Udell
The Udells, former!) of Cam
Israel Fears
Failure of Talks
Continued from Page 1 A
the sole item on the ISMAC
da ;i- pre* iouslj agn i d
to by hoth sides and adopted
formall) b> both at the first
of this series of Con mission
meetings on Jan 25 That
item would deal only with
land cultivation rights in the
demilitarized /ones on the
Israeli-Syrian frontier- it
excludes discussion of pro
poaals made by Syria, calling
for withdrawal of allied
Israeli "fortifications" in the
di-puted area-
Israels misgivings have
been exacerbated further by
an article Tuesday in I'l-
Thawra. a semiofficial news
paper in Syria, which called
upon ISMAC to force 1-rael
to withdraw from the de-
militarized /one The article
added that, if the Mixed
Armistice Commission "fail
ed to do so, it will have l<>-t
hi nf it- responsib lities
and will be unable t<> discuss
ai v other question
den. have been living in Miami
for the past ten years I dell i-
president of Poultrj Incorporated
Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan, spir-
itual leader of the congregation,
pointed out that "in accordance
with Jewish tradition, every
Jew, if able, should wr;te his
own Sefer Torah (Deut. 31. 19).
However, due to the proficiency
required, the task is set aside
for a professional scribe or a
'Sofer.' Therefore, the individual
Jew should, if he can so afford,
purchase a scroll for personal
use. Thus evolved the tradition
to buv a Sefer Torah and donate
it to the synagogue to be read
from weekly."
Guest speaker at 'he dedication
monies will bt- Hahh: Naphtali
Riff chief rabbi of Camden, N .1
and one of the dean- of th< Ortho-
dox rabbinate m America He has
just returned from a trip to Israel
The musical program will be
provided by Cantor Abraham Self.
nf Congregation Knessetn Israel
of Miami Beach, and Kred Zucker
accordianist.
Rahbi (apian will conduct the
ceremonies and will dedicate, in
addition to the Torah. the \. r
Tamid. two ark covers, three scroll
nivers. the rablns lecturn. ten
founders plaques. 40 memorial
plaques, 60 chairs, and 115 prayer
books and Bible-
'This Is AMy Country'
Pounders Daj program will be
featured at the Treasure Island
Elementary ITA meeting or. Tues
day evening Theme for the -e-
sion, marking the PTA's 70th birth
day, and American Education
Week, will be "This is M> Coun-
try
w*WWWW-'\.
(
ALL AROUND
CANTOR
AVAILABLE
eading Megillah Purim, Con-
ducting Sedurim on Passover,
Baal Muspf. Reading the Tor-
ah, Blowing Shofai on High
Holidays, Hebrew Teacher for
Bar Mirzves.
WRITE A. A.,
BOX 2973, MIAMI 33101
Lakeside
MEMORIAL PARK
AND
GARDEN MAISOLUM
"THE SOUTHS
MOST BEAUT,FUL
JEWISH CEMETFRY"
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Friday. February 1;
Between You and Me: By BORIS SMOIAR
Law Professor
Enjoys His Poetry
HE WINNER of the 1966 major
prize of the Kansas City Poetrj
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Saul Touster. a member of the
faculty in the School of I-aw of
lb* Stale University at Buffalo
His manuscript was selected from
more than 27?> hook-length manu-
scripts submitted anonymousl) h>
i*o* states one of the previsions of the
award is publication by the University of Missouri
Proa
Thus Touster's prise-winning poetr)' nas now
appeared in a volume under the title Still Lives
and Other Lives." published by the University of
Missouri The Devins Award i- made possible by
Dl Kdward A Devins. president of the Kansas i itjr
Jewish Community Center and a patron of the ("en
- American Poets Series Touster, who inciden-
tally was this week appointed tSSistaol to the pics
ident of the State Universit) at Buffalo, has been
writing poetr) since his earl) youth, and hi^ poems
have been published in practically all English-
uage poetry magazines throughout the world
lie is the son of Ben Touster. the noted Jewish
communal leader, who has been national president
of United Hias for man) yean and whose active
icipation in the leadership of the New York
ration of Jewish Philanthropies, the UJA, and
in the American Jewish Committee is well known
As We Were Saying:
By ROBERT E. SEGAL
One Sided Story
#%UR STATE DEPARTMENT'S perplex
^** ir.g and ambivalent attitude towards
Israel has Just been illustrate'! .mew by
Douglas MacArthur II Assistant Seen
s-tate far Congressional Relations
Mi MacArthur, whose State Department
I n 31 years, was interned b)
the Nazis for two years after sen
the l S Diplomatic Corps at Vich) but
this doesn't mean he is exactly sympaiucui w*uus
Israel, a haven for so many others who were not only
interned by the Nazis, but tortured by them
Mr. MacArthur showed one aspect of State policy on
the Israel Arab conflict the other da) when he replied
to a suggestion by Sen Jacob K Javits that our govern
ment urge the United Nations General Assembly to work
harder to resohc Israel-Arab differences We couldn't
do that. Mr MacArthur said in effect, because of "Israel's
failure to implement the IN resolution for repatriation
and compensation of Arab refugees
Here is a classic example of ripping a ragged section
of history out of its documentation and laying: "See,
they ve been bad guys those abrasive Israelis ao we
can't help them
For what is the IN resolution to which Assistant
State Secretary MacArthur refers? What is that resolu-
tion, not in part, but in its entirety? And which soverign
powers ha\e really failed to implement it Israel, or
those Arab nations which, now backed by Chinese and
ISSR arsenals are threatening constantly to do Israel in"
Doagdaa MacArthur II refers to Paragraph 11 of the
IN Resolution of Dec 11. i!*4 What Paragraph ll says
i- ol course, important But what States-man MacArthur
r;is to forget is what the other paragraphs of the 1948
in Resolution sa). and they are of equal, if not superior,
importance Or can it Ik- that our State Department has
eluded the demands made upon the Arab
states b) the peacemakers ol 1948. including Nobel Prize
Winner Ralph Bunche?
When Mr. MacArthur cites Israel's respoasibilit) to
rep. and compensate Arab refugees, he is quoting
from Paragraph II of the 1948 Resolution: refui
wishing to return to their homes and live in peace with
then neighbors -Mould be permitted to do io at the
earliegj possible date
Ihis i- one section of the IN Resolution. There are
at least 13 other section-, and it is in those sections that
the obligations of all parties affected are spelled out
Why doe-n't the State Department take a fresh look at
them'' Why does it not acknowledge that the precondition
for the settlement of the Arab refugee issue is the
consideration of all janias unresolved by that unhappy
and fit;.ile nice of 1948 that put Israels defense against
the attacking Arab states in the same category as the
Arabs' outrageous onslaught''
Why doesn't the State Department note the follow-
ing revealing section of the General Progress Report of
the IN Conciliation Commission for Palestine in 1951:
"The Conciliation Commission, while fully recogniz-
ing the importance and extreme emergency of the refugee
question, both from the humanitarian and political points
of view, did not consider it possible to separate any one
problem from the rest of the peace negotiations or from
the final peace settlement?"
Meeting in Paris with Arab and Israel delegations in
1951. that same Commission submitted peace proposals
to these rivals.
Has State looked at this lately'' Would it mind study-
ing it now for the sake of peace''
OH the Record:
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
Why Inept Leadership is Common
LJAVE YOU EVER wondered
why in so many areas of pub-
lic service, we get a fantastically
inept kind of leadership that has
become so common'' One answer
to the agonising question was gi\
en the other night by Dr. Abram
I. Sachar. of Hrnndeis University,
at the dinner of the national con
ference of the American oRT Federation. Said the
rioted historian "We listen to their banalities, we
shudder at their antics And we ask. How did the)
ever get there We are not a nation of morons, and
sure!) wc do not deliberately choose such lunk
heads and nincompoops to represent US In truth
the] are there because the\ have had stamina which
the more sensitive have lacked. They hang on for
dear life no matter how the currents swirl them
about But the over-sensitive move out They resign
Viewpoint:
and leave the field to the men whom they dean
And in this way we ^'t 'be suiMval of the
fittest"
We often hear it said that Jewish leaden
in many of the sensitive areas of BCtivIt) is in.,
quate. that most of it is incompetent and that e
the qualified have passed the age where the)
serve the needs of a cbai ging communit)
Surel) there is incut to this claim One r
onlv look at the letterheads of many of our Jew
organisations to find that the very names dec
i tie script no* appeared largel) 'vO or 40 or even
years ago it is quite natural for men to be reluct
m their desire to give up positions of lead,
particularly when there is no new leadership in I
horizon it is quite possible, as Dr Sachaj
that the entrenched possess the stamina which i
more sensitive lack But that is not the entire
swer
PHILIP SIOMOVITZ
Right to Bear Arms Now Wrong
A TRAGIC ANNIVERSARY date I
** inciding with Lincoln's Birthda) i
approaching There were gun shots oi
the Biraah ol one of the largest syna]
s m the world the eminent rabl
of the congregation ivecame the vietii
of a depraved act. and the derange
assassin himself fell as i suicide in ;
pact that made no sens,-, that shocked [
the entire world, that caused untold gnel not onlv for
the two families but for entire communities
That act caused this nation to think in terms oi cur-
tailing free access to firearms It caused people to wonder
whether anything of its kind, as sacriligious, had evei
occurred in a synagogue, or in a Jewish place ol study,
anywhere in the world, in any i i
In his state ol the Union message, when he addressed
both houses ress, and the nation over the TV cl
nils, on Jan io. President Johnson sa
We will recommend strict controls ol the salt
firearms
Several days later several members of the rightv
Minutemen organization *ere given jail sentences in K
sa- Cit) tor illegal possession of firearn -
Acting upon the Presidents recommendation, it be
cam.' a certainty that the is Senate nou will seriously
consider what is being referred to as the Gun Bill I i
curb the sale of arms and to control it more firmly.
At the same time, the role of the press m educating
the people or in pressing for a firearms law is being
debated, and Serious consideration is being given to .i
major issue which is costing so many lives
ll has been estimated that since the assassination uf
President Kennedy more than 55.000 persona were killed
b) guns in the United states Among the most frightening
occurrences during the past year was the mass murder
b) Charles Whitman ..t the Universit) of Te\i t
ht< r "i the i. ht nurses in < hicagt the
five in .i Mesa, Am beaut) parlor b) .m IS i
demented bo>
There is no doubt that th< more than IT.O0
ma in the I' S annually represent i major
foi our legislators
In a recent articli Di Robert Gordia discu I
Constitutional right to "beai arms' and. appl
privilege to the present tune, stated
when the Constitution of the United SU
.ted. it was amplified by what may perhaps be CS
its crowning glor) the first Ten Amendments j.
the Bill of Rights The Second Amendment ipeeil
the right ol the people to keep and bear arm- shall
be infringed' In 1791, when these amendment'
added to i nstitution, the menu ildiei on
ing into homes, stealing property, imprisoning I
dents, and wreaking havoc generally, was fresh
mind- oi tin An ''. ver most \" !
lived on the frontier, or dose to it. where law an I oi
ent it w as therefore of tht
possible importance that citisens should be free to r
vide for then own protection b) ; .....sii lh< -hi
boar ai ms
Now, nearl) .'il years later the situation I bi
totally transformed What was ,t basic right vestei
has become a grievous wrong and a dangerous tl esl
securit) Toda) the wholesale distribution of arnu -
of the principal factors making for crime Those w :' i
most from the present state of affairs arc the crimi
classes Thus the Second Amendment to the Const tut
originall) intended to defend the honest citi
turned into a shield for criminals and other ant so
elements lhe right of the past has become the ri -
of the present "
Today's Thought: By DR. SAMUEL SILVER
Letter from a Visitor to Paris
LJERE I AM standing on that
tabled Fifth Avenue of Paris
Champs Elysees. Today is Fn
da) the thirteenth and we saw a
'1 Of one of the UnluckieSt
eras in histor) Hitlerism. With
the support of the French Govern
ment, the Jewish communi'v of
Paris has erected a memorial to
the six million Jewish victims of u .,0*1-
is a city of monuments but none of them is more
impressive than this cenotaph which features the
number six In a courtyard one seal what looks like
a stone coffin I'pon it are engraved the names ,.1
-.\ ol the most gruesome Of the concentration camps
Inside |v a crypt upon which is a Star of David (with
-i\ sides), an eternal light A BUtblical phrase is
etched upon the wall to the effect of Who has
anguish like the anguish of those whose old and
young have been given over to the sword.''
On the upper floors, this cenotaph features
memorabilia of Hitler's efforts to exterminate the
.lews and also of the heroic acts of resistance by-
fighting Jews against the savagery
But oppression has not ceased, we were re-
minded. We were provided with a car. courtesy ol
the United Jewish Appeal and the American Joint
Distribution Corps, a section of the ISA. The pub-
lic relations director of the JDf, Mrs Paul Bor-
eiutein. herself a survivor of Buchenwald (the rest
of her family was wiped out by the Nazis) took us
to some of the installations operated by that streat
humanitarian agency. It happens that' one million
Jews (since the end of World War II) have been
victimised by post-Hitler regimes, primarily in
Countries Many are from North Africa, from regimes
allied with the Arab League, who either do not
let the Jews emigrate a) all or who do so at a
or who let son 1 irith nothing but the doth.
their backs
We saw some Of them and both our be
and stomachs were affected Some are dosni
in a shabb) dormltor) 1 ots are hudd I l
and in them dwell th. ,i ones \~ we enter
'i a roup ol bedraggled children came
shrieking rheir mothers look on, helpless The
children are cooped up and become restive So
of them ruddled up against us desiring not
more than .. bit ol affection We noticed that
ol them were blind
I.atei we drove through a squalid neighbor!
featuring verj narrow streets, pushcarts and
odorouaness Here there is a colon) ol the Jewish
,Al1'" ,: ': hard to make a living, within ears] it
of luxury apartments and superb monuments
eke OUt .1 w I etched existence We Stopped a'
point and walked through a courtyard onl] to 1
upon a little synagogue room where the erstwl 1
North Africans sought to maintain their faith ll
teeth of their miser)
In the evening our spirits were lifted when *.
attended the Sabbath eve service of Pans Liberal
Synagogui It was odd for a rabbi to sit In the pews,
but we thoroughly enjoyed the service an amal
gam of ritual and music of various strains the
Spanish (Sephsrdic). the East European, the Ortho
dox and the Reform A cantor sang the music, and
his melodies were joyful A choir assisted,
their tempo was brisk, never "doloreux A yocuif
girl celebrated her Bas Mitzvah bv assisting in the
service, in which the large congregation fervently
joined both in recitation and song The assistant
rabbi, whose last name is (Jabay. preached in French
and we understood, alas, scarcely a word.
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Torah dedication at Sky Lake Synaqoque will be held Sun
at 2 p.m. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. spirMual leader, is
congratulating Elmer Udeil for his oift cf a Torch. Left
Vs Udell. Looking on nahl is Mrs. Reba Ellis, sister of
Udell. (See story. Paqe 13 A
Bureau of Education
Slates New Seminar
seminar fr Hebrew
; Greater Miami and
,i will launch iti -i\ week
hi Feb. 10. according to
E i issip president >f the
' I ish Kdueation. w here
- will be held on Fi i.la>
'inar i- under it: n
\ ithaniel Soi

thi fn il sea ; will
\i. tho
*'
on -Mil !>< made b> i iscai
education director of
- rial Hollywood with
rhui Hollander a- di
ml Mm ia.-k Diamond <-
On Feb. 17, Abraham J Gittel
ion. education director of Beth
Torah Congregation, will pre-
sent Programmed Instruction."
*ith Mr*. Harry Ron, discussant
and Mrs Irving Seidel, recorder.
i' ^4 Louis Schwai tan an
i director of the Bureau of
Education, will present
\ rdio Visual Vpproai h
n Method foi tin- Tea*;
Herbert Zvi !
will li.' the discussant and Mrs
Nathan Robinowitz recori
on Mar 3, I>i Nathaniel Soroff.
Bureau consultant, will analyze the
new approach f Dr Shlomo Mar
i of the Department ol Edu
cation and Culture of the Jewish
,\ Dr. Sorofl
-cut : School Meth
i I. !itecussanl w ill t 1! II
or, and Mrs Leah Fixel *i
Mai 10 M Km
\>. instructor .it remp i
will i I -. : tier new eh to
m skills and hei ni a
note Dis
i ii-,.i'.i v. ill hi Mrs s T Brenner,
' Nathai st.-rn recorder
On Mar. 17, Nehemiah Mark,
wood sculptor, will discuss "The
Place of Art and Leqend in the
Hebrew School Miss Nettie
Goldstein will be discussant,
and Beniamm Ben-Ari. recorder.
The Seminar for Hebrew I
ers, sponsored annually bj the
.>- part ; it- intraining
i out the
lati si develop in the Hel i a
school curriculu introduce
the ral
Robinson to Chair
Theology College
Dinner on Sunday
Robn Miam. Bi ach com
,1 philanthropist,
I linner > hail man of Ihe sec
\ Itj dinnai of the Hebn \
' .. .il College at the i oi
Mrau Hotel <>n Sunday even
in i- vice preaident <>(
)reat< i Miami Hebrew \> 11
indei of Albert Einsti in
vie.' preaident ol the
--I itheastern Region of 'in- K\
Friends "f tin- Hebrew l' i
ly, i>.i>t preaident of the
Southeastern Region ol thi I
icaii Jewish Committee, 11 *- mem
bei of the hoard of trustees ol
< lot i.i Gu reatei Miami u I
1 i of the Cithtena Con
tee ni the l niveraitj of Miami
Honoree at this dinner will be
Oscar B. Schapiro, founder and
builder of Torah Center in Jerus-
alem, treasurer of Congregation
Knesseth Israel, and vice presi-
dent of the Greater Miami He-
brew Academy.
The Hebrew Theological Collage,
which is also known as the Jewish
University of America, was found
ed in \'J~~ i ; llabbi Saul S
II jmn i compell
ed the institution to move to
,.. ||! in 1958 I $3
dollai campus in the north Chi
suburb.
rhe school is sponsored b) ovei
;km) American Jewish congrega
Continued on Page 2 8
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Miami, Florida. Friday, February 10 i367
'
Gabriel Heatter to Receive
NCCJ's Head liner's Award
A Ion;: time Miami Beach resi
denl and one of the nation most
respected new commi ntatoi s,
Gabriel Heatter ha- been selected
a- tin- second recipient oi the
Headliner'a Award of the National
Conference of Christiana and Jews
Heatter will tie presented with
the award, won b) television star
Ed Sullnan In 1969 at the 15th
annual Brotherhood dinner of the
Florida Region of NO .1 on 1
day, Feb. 21, at Ihe Fontainebleau
Hotel
Announcement of his sele
was made jointly hy Dan I! Ruskin
dinnei chairman, and John \\ Ring,
awards chairman
The Headliner's Award was
instituted by the National Con-
ference of Christians and Jews
"to afford appropriate recogni-
tion to those individuals in the
CABRIU HtATTIB
fields of entertainment and in-
formation who have given c-.
sfant encouragement and supp;rf
to the aims of the NCCJ by p^t
ting the ideals of brotherhood
into action."
Vetive in Temple En
-'nee mo> m; here from New s
Heatter haa been i spi aki i
theme of brothei hood befoi e i
dreda of meetinj faiths
Hi- broadcasting fami was
lighted bj his cot
and fall of Adoll Hitll
"Thei s Good New- I
llioi -
Vmi cai homes l!.- i adio c
stretches ivi than
tarting with W > >i
\. wark and i ontinuinfi as thi
newscastei ol '!. Mutual B
casting System
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for Cupid
Favor yen
Stover chocolates Choose '
ng red foil hearts | ind red
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Poae 2-B
Jenis* fUrktian
Friday. February 10, lgpi
Labor Zionists
Map CJA Confab
ph P Zuckc ombint d
h App< cheii man ol the
Z n st movement, has
nounced that th<' Labor Zi<
will hold their Greater Miami con-
ference for the Combined Jewish
JOStMl P. ZUCKiH*AN
Pinsley to Talk
On Extremism
At Beth Am
Brotherhood of Temple Beth Am
will sponsor its monthly com
tional hreakfast on Sunday at 10
a m. in the Youth Lounpe.
Dr Muxwell Dauer. vice presi-
dent in charge of prourammin*:.
said that William G. Pinsley will
test speaker Hi- subject will
tx- "Extremism "
Macey Shaffer is president of
the group and committee in charge
of arrangements includes George
Ifalin, Ben Clein. Harold Malm.
Michael Clein and Mark Demsky
A|ipi il-l > ish Ai ;
aj mornin; to a hi ;it the
M lei Hoti
\ special
iioi; nh th' i nee bat
scheduled tor 12:30 pJH
Dr. Arich Nesher, Israeli man-
agement consultant and lecturer
at Tel Aviv University, and for-
mer member of the Ministry of
Labor, is featured as guest speak-
er. Dr. Nesher is a loader in
Mapai's important educational
program for new immigrants.
Zuckerman said that Milton
Weiss, chairman of the 1967 CJA
campaign, and Dr Irving 1/ehrman.
spiritual leader of Temple Emanu
El. and chairman of the 1964 and
1965 campaigns, will also partici-
pate in the conference.
A cultural program has also
been planned Highlighting the
program will be Jewish poetess
Pessie Honigbaum. Cantor Morde
cai Yardeini. and the Israeli coin
poser. Shmuel Fershko.
"The Farband l^bor Zionist
movement in Greater Miami has
become an influential group, and
we have proved ourselves to be
in the vanguard of the work of the
CJA and I'JA by our devotion to
the cause," said Zuckerman. i am
certain that the annual conference
will follow the pattern of previous
success on behalf of the Combined
Jewish Appeal."
CJA honorary chairmen for the
I.abor Zionists are Morris H'
baum and Abraham Ravinskv
tire Direct fre the Sfern'aa Hotel
TAMUDK SEMINAR
Of THt AIR
"Oaf Hashovua"
For the Uffc Coasocothre Year
Miami Jewry wHI have the oppot
taaity of Worm**, a page ef the
Talmud, translated and explained
by
Rabbi Pinchas M. Teitz
Scholar and famous Authority
on the Talmud
Rabbi of Elizabeth and
Dean of Mcsifto of New Jersey
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JSp^PLATFORMSl
1/^5^ FASHIONS
RUNWAYS?
Left to right cue Baron de Hirsch Meyer, Prof. Walter A.
Rosenblith. Dr. Rosenblith. and Mr. and Mrs. Hairv Frankel.
hosts at a recent brunch on behalf of the Weizmann Institute
of Science in the Rose Room at Seacoast Towers South.
Robinson Will Chair Loyalty Dinner
Continued from Page IB
tions. and draws students from all
branches of Jewry throughout the
L'nited States. Canada. Israel and
Kuiope Over 19 foreign countries
have students on the roster of the
college.
The college, one of the oldest
and largest in the United State*
west of New York, prepare- -tu
dents for the rabbinate, trains
teachers. chaplains. communal
leader-, educators, Hillel Found.)
tion directors, and lav men who
have a deep Jewish interest Over
700 students are now attending
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'Y' Swimmers
Win Top Awards
Janis Lewis and Shirley Duffy,
of the YM and WHA of' Greater
Miami Swim Team were named
national champions in the Air Mail
Swim Meet sponsored by the Na
tional Jewish Welfare Board. The
"Y" team, coached by Dan Cava-
naugh. placed fifth in the overall
standings
The meet was held simultaneous-
ly at YMIIA's and community cen
ters throughout the country.
Janis. of 2025 S\V 84th St.. an
All-American at Coral Park High,
was a double winner. She triumph
ed in the 50yd. butterfly (30.5 sec-
onds) and the KtOvd individual
medley with a new record time of
1 14.0i. Jams also took a second
place in the 200-vd. freestyle re-
lay.
Shirley, of 7*18 S\V 21st Ter .
:i -indent at (oral Park High, and
.i National Swimming Pool lust;
tutfl award winner, won her na
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>d breaststroke in 36 8 seconds
Shirley also garnered second
a- a member of the BOO-yd
freestyle relaj and third in the
'i individual medlej
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Feb. 9 to 12 ;' tl t - the annual Zoi,-.. UMiquei >,
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tortum laader Ihe roana*:-
Mrs. Kthel Mai
authority from Cleveland
This will ma.k the 26th \.
that Mrs. Boeo setose rn iti
was Miami > ti- taau<
has brought thi show
hare Some lo aasaauei
from all over Ihe country, disp
and sell merchant i-e if t!
admission to which is $1, v
daily show hour- I to 11 p m
Because Mrs Beady is a
in Cleveland, sh- enlists I
Club of Greater Miami to bel| I
and to aid the club's own u<-;
project here, th- Miami Unit
Recording for tin Fhnd at
versttj of Mian, i otta
library building bj attain si
inu a Colonial tea from 3 ;?(1
in 9 p m on Saturday, r
at the ihou
Mrs Entitle Vander l.mden
ami Zontian, i- n bargt
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+Jtmlst> /kriafitr
Page 3-B
Kreutzer Named To City Board

looses candidates
!' i ll
Order. Show
....... e con-
Itee: Toby
[ichael '.'
Kal.n and Mark I Tyson
J. Weiss, exalted ruler of
the lodoe. On the contest <
B'a!'- v W K Konov.
er F Helli Dr. Alia
Touster Elected
To CARE Board
By Special Report
i iRK Ben Toustei has
i rted chaii man of the
i IRE, the nun profit in
aid agencj
rtion t><>k place Jan 2
board >f directors met
i \RE world headquarters here
.i successor lo Murraj l >
1 founder of the Coopera
ti i bug cf thf is \ as well
a RE, who was chairman ol
fen until hia death lail
i\ ;ir- r
Touiftr's association with
CARE began in 1951, when h
lomec the board as representa-
tive of United HIAS Service, a
CARE member agency. He was
electee a vice president two
years later, and since 1957 has
served as treasurer.
Toustfr's Interest in CARE pro
t ms in man)* countries of the
i eluding Israel, which h-
vn .! frequently, i~ part <<( a
BIS TOUSJtK
lifetime of activit) in philanthropic
and communal affairs
He i- a former president and
now associate chairman of HIAS,
.i mi itee (ii the Federation of Jew
ish Philanthropies, honorary vice
chairman oi the United Jewish
Appeal ter New York, ;i
'Y1 PTA Planning
For Feb. 25 Party
P 11. i-i." : < \..... atii''i nf
the Nurser> and Kind
Si hools of the VM and WII \ ol
Greater Miami has completed final
plans for an annual Sound i f"
partj Saturdaj. Feh 29
Mrs Howard Heyman, central
branch PTA chairman announced
that a large group <>f parents h;i-
been working on the program f a games night with lots of prizes
Proceeds lo improve the accoustical arrange
ments at th- "Y New drapes and
curtain- will be purchased for
classrooms.
Mi Gerald Locke and Mrs Jaj
Brenner, co-chairmen, said thai an
An Show of the children's work
will also !>< on displaj
Mrs Debbie Burger and Mrs
Calvin Kat? are handling the do
nations and Rifts Mrs Robert Let
inson i- in charge of the menu
member of the executive board of
the American Jewish Committee.
Franklin I> Kreutzer, a Miami
amed bj the
itj Coi imission to thi Retirement
the City "t Miami
istei the M
Citj i
tern w bJch I.
tern
Kreutier is a graduate of the
University of Miami Law School
and has a degree in Business
Administration majoring in gov-
ernment, finance and economics.
Before entering the practice of
law, he was engaged in graduate
work and tauoht in the Depart-
ment of Government, at the Uni-
versity of Miami.
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There
It is indeed a joyous event when
young sabras celebrate the birth of
their nation. Here a group of
then perform a folk dance, during
Independence Day ceremonies
at kibbutz Gazer about 5 miles
south of Lod.
and hereYuban makes a Simcha!
Ihe premltirn
aoMaa of
Grnrial Food.
Yuban's flavor is so rich and rare that
every cup is a happy occasion in itself.
No other coffee can give your family and friends
the matchless pleasure of Yuban
The Simcha coffee
K Certified Kosher Parve by Rabbi Bernard Levy
tl e American I
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- and (he \
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He and his wife, Judith
SW 20tn Lii
gathered for you
'Miriam Field
"It is an incredible testimonial i
human spirit." wrote < harlottc \n ilbu *
in Ilk Ni > ork 1'i.sl. coniint pitiM
the recent stud) oftbi I ohw I .1-1 Side
;il the Jewish Miisiiiin. "that disillusion. Ihe Sweatshops, llu slum
Ml ills.the liiH'iiiciils, tiic.lcHsciuir^t'd
as .1 tremendous ciHTtii/in^ fore* in
ccr\ area of \mrncan lilc. \rt. Iitcra-
lurc. dunce. BWtic, die theater, tlie
BMtiaa- all felt Ihe effects. Not SSffl Ihe
most reinole rcgiom ol the toIT) lue
escaped the bitter-swevtness o( their
h'kes, Ihe tfator ol their IimmI. their
ideal of famil) life, their iii-jluhie
thirst for knowledge."
Cfll the last .Si.Ii-." SO i. "ii.:.,ft
Marry Golden in For 2 Cents Plain,
mallei what happened m a household,
il someone had an accident or a cold,
ili, neighbors would rush inio llu hi
with chicken soup. Thh was the gi
tiled. .. I," am
who ./> sick, disappointed m hive, oe
out oi a fob. This nun ". tason
we have mode tome progress despite
war, if 1," and tyranny. Uhat inner
11 mh,il ,1' human kindness thai
I reated b\ ihe women ol
'I'lln i >me nice chicken soup.'"
Sa\ il with Soup. On a wintry da) the
steaming Fnagrani soup you set before
lied child >v .1 hungry husband
s.iv. such warm loving things s,i s,,v
"welcome home" with this supci s, suppci that'svirtuall) .1 mcal-in-a-nwg.
(jui creative home econom sis created
II espcciall) foi you. < \ l rench cl
once invented .1 soup "inch ..>.: v~.~~
10 prepare. Ven'i you glad
economists arc more budget-m nue 1
VEGETARIAN MINESTRONE
1 ap Planters Oil 1 cup chopped celt /
p chopped 0 '
2 large
, *ater
3 cups shredded caboage .
1 can il pound' tomatoes, undramed
i heans. unc
I packafi
frozen mued vegetables
. ahiesooons ispoon pepper
; i"e.l or elbr*
Heal I'liniiits iiii in targe heat) mmmc
p.m Vse cclcr>. onioa, garlk d sea til-
lllg, ( uok 9 niinuli's. \(1d.iui.. ilth.i^i .
Ioiii.iIovs, Ih-jiiis. iiii veil m rii.ilik-s. sail,
|H-||n-r < i%cr;cHik hut Ion ht-n' 4^ mir-
iin- s 11 r (., asi.iiullt. \Uillll.K jloin., ...ik
|s iiiiiiiiii- lonajKi "r iiniil mxi l. s
and in.it ..iniii are lender. Serve* I Ola I".
Negei Soup ihe
\v nnc I louse and this
m '.. louse It's .1 great w aj
up' .1 d, rj meal. In theoh I
days iii.ii Hai i > Golden so poignantly I
.md s,- pungen(r) recalls a *
it: and a small I
coped >iih an unexpected t .-
adding more watei t> the soup Hit
V'n Mron'i need 10 add an) exi
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FAVORITE VEGETABLE SOUP
3 ta:i'espoons Planters 01
1 cup cicoped onion 2 quarts water
2 packages(10 ounces each]
frozen miied vegetables
3 cups d ced tomatoes
2 cups chopped cabbage
2 cups cubed potatoes 1 tablespoon salt
II teaspoon pepper
U teaspoon d II weed 1 cup milk
lleai Planters Oil in large heat> sauce-
pan \dd onion and coufcaalil lender. Add
in' mixed iKclaoIrs, lomatnes. cab-U
banc, potatoes, sail, pepper, dill. ( n etH'k mn low heal .V) minulrs. siirnnu
occasionally Add milk and heal hul do
aul Im.iI. vim in 10 aeaeraual).
( lie htsi hook ever written,"det lured
Vollatrt, "is a reii/v lot pottage."
He//, you'll find a recipt foi p,-tinge
(i mu'sPottage)amdan unusual Spinach
Soup, iinittnn the S7 spenulu,' in "n
Festive Monna Ci>okh>>,ik. I KI I i with
a Planters Oil label or rap Hnei > '.'!
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Fnday. February 10.
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aSl^
T Concert Feb. 18 Brotherhood Event
a recently i: y Night
:?e Top rev.- left to : I ::e- Tammy
Susan Nachwclter. Scott Kane Bril
Peinaotd Sandra Jacobson. Martha Rul
a Amy 5..ver Charles SzrA Lenore Shel-
: :-. Debra Froug. David Turtiebcurr.. Dartd
in. Second rcw are Michelle Glantx, Ruth
r. Deana Ersthng. Terri Gelbar.d. Rose
' .edman. Bobhy Nathan, Scott Newman.
MitcneU Brarer. Kenny Scbel, Larry Gittle-
man. Philip Turtletaub. Robin Marks. T
low aie Scott Weinstetn. Jcm Marks. Linda
Matlin Edward Weiss, Arthur Lachman, How-
ard Snyder, Sondra Stern. Mtchell Braze:
Bottom row are Dav.d S:e-:- Lisa Singer Rob-
ia Sobel. Nancy Cannon, Michael Lachman
Gayle Pomerantz, Joan Weiss Jackie Sche :-
Mr. Audrey Kaplan. Arthur Colsky, Ira St-:
.an. Susan Feingold, Lisa Alperin.
Second annual Brotherhood Ton-
cert an lnterculturai c\< .
event featuring many talei I

Mi-
ami area will be
Si Feb 18
YM an i WRA o
SW 8th St.. I
of tbe V I this
Highlight* of the concert will be
-. lami Jai
- hool Mixi
the direction
uhich ha* won
for it> performances Booker T
Washington S-ru->r Huh School
Drar
of I.eroy Washinjlon which \ill

I Dial \ : ii in idem
.
aphy;
noted night
ton
m -
igram is opi
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ind hostc
ca
: annual Bi
> Feb 18 :
ma;

a cultural atmosph r-
clan
Peppy fields to Direct Sho*
Mn i Plask) pr<
Chapl of !
of Hope, and Larry 1 as)
I
ami I
:it for tii
i i ieukem
it tl Foi taini bleau h
IJ will
ttsi
from Mn Max Arr.h
eJ,
Histadrut Slates Top Artist
ka Raz voted Israels leading
- performer in both 1965 and
will be guest artist at the
d annual mid-winter confer-
American-Israel
:drut D*- nt Found
Feb 23 at the Fontamebleau
" r.ouncen ifisa Ra/
was ma k V Bren-
Kron-
honorsrj I ei tl i
itional c< ted to
ict 500 idian
..atin American Jewish leaders
liami Beach
Miss Raz was presented Israel's
ccveted "Harp of David" for two
censecutive years for her widely-
acclaimed leading roles in "My
Fair Lady" and "The King and
I which were as popular in
Israel as on Broadway.
n in Israel. Rivka Ra/ is a
.. tenant in the Army of Nrael
played the lead role in If)
Lady" to more than 400 stand
oomonly audienct-
- c has appeared on the Ed Sul-
ion -how and in con-
before thousands of Am.r
I, including an audieni
00 in Madison Square 'iarden.
red a standing ova-
'. -
Ambassador Michael Arnon.
Israel's Consul General in New
York and formerly his govern-
ment's chief envov to the key
African nation of Ghana, will
be principal speaker at the mid-
winter conference, which opens
Feb. 23 and runs through Feb
26.
Final pi ire
which nil] inclu I ,r on
annuities
and |
- and ac
countants wen II
aften i I i
chain Rifkin, of Wil
Barr* Pa u | v ,.acri
Sam F Histadrut pres
ident. Morris New mark, treasurer
and Abraham Rovinsky. board
chairman, are helping to coordinate
plans
THE PUBLIC IS CORDIALLY
INVITED TO
DINING ROOM '
CftV'NO STBAKS ChOM STONE CRABS LOBSTERS
Traditional Friday Night O nner 4.38
Intimate LuncHtom in tn# E.ot "g |i|Ckimor Lo.-|*
Spec si Artr-to- ,'j Pr j/# Pf. ts
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Committee
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Mrs Hi
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ttee will I
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*, .n ih h SI and
. on Purdj A\ and a
ontorj into
Baj. will emphasize re
i evt ntive te hniques
nti i sive patient care
V ie Hospital waa char
i ebruary <>f la--' year as
profit non-aectarian, commu
. h>pital "
Mrs. Ruth Johnson Beraer.
member ol the Society of the
Women of the Book is shown
examining one of the Florida
pctqes of the book ::i the Jew-
ish National Library on the
camcus of the Hebrew Uni-
versity at Jerusalem during
a recent visit to Israel.
n
~ j
bv ISABEL GROVF
Samuel Benaims hosting ;i
irtj iii their Miller it l
ii on Sunday for daughter,
-i aine, whose engagement to
Sti ausa was announced
recent I) and Philadelphians, Mr
and Mrs Jack Strauss, parents of
the tn idegi oom to be Ap-
pointed to the 1965 Who's Who
m American Colleges and L'niver
titles, the gifted I ect is
hi tli music facult; M
Dade lu i i i and ihe l ni
versit) "i Miami SI
Miai Beach >


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versity, Mrs Wechsler, national
chairman <>f the Societj of the
Women of the Book, annually wel-
comes new members by inviting
the entire membership meet lie
brew University leadership who
are present in the Miami area
Mr- Ernest Abramson, Mrs v.
ram Fox, and Mrs Helen Winarick
are the Greater Miami chairmen ol
the Society, whose members arc
enrolled in an illuminated hook on
permanent exhibit m the lihrarv
on the campus of the Hebrew I'm
versit)
According to Miss Lillian Good-
man i* n i Mrs Trudj Hamerscblag,
former chairmen of the group,
members may be recognized by
their attractve and distinctive pin
in the form of ii dove bearing the
twin symbols of peace and learn
ing, designed bj the noted artisi
i haliapin
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from CJreatei M iam
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include
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Mrs. Milton Green (left), president of the Greater Miami Ce-
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and Mrs. Jean C. Lehman, campaian chairman of Wome. .
Division for the Combined Jewish Appeal, at the Pioneer Wo -
en's CJA luncheon held at the Barcelona Hotel last wee.
Morns, permanent staff member of the Israel Foreign Minis!
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Friday, February 10, 1967
7>
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We
the
Women
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
Anne (Mn Henry Shier> was horn in Russia but tame
10 the tnited States a- a hab\ Her folks settled in Trenton.
VJ Sne ujs the average little girl, enjoying dolls and
at the same time joining the bovs in a ball came. She met
her Henry. hen she was in Miami on a vacation After they
were man led. they came back to
Miami and settled That was 3b
years a-jo Alont' with all of the
old time Miamians. -hv remembers
when Miami was so small that
everyone knew each other She
did her share of community work
in getting a Jewish community
started
Ane was a vice president in
the Torch Group of Madas-ah. ac-
tive in Beth David Sisterhood,
charter member of Jewish War
Veterans ami busy in Cardiac Chil-
dren's Hospital when the building
was located on West Flagler SI
She remembers vividly being chair
man of the Belles when dancing
was on Saturday nights at the old YMHA buildin-
Inetend of dolls to play with, she had throe little dolls
iwn They're still dolls today but grown up
now The three daughters are Bdith, now Mrs Monroe
Zipp 01) Mrs Alan Lon| and Sandra, now Mrs
Man Allshuler The stuns have an even dozen grandchil
boys and two jirls The Shier home was always
d With companj Anne still treasures the letters she
ved during the war from the boys she befriended
made feel at home
Anne is a great knitter and all the grandchildren are
and dresses Now. they all want .,;
Shan *nne is hard-pul to find enough different pat
Vs .1 .,- the raising of children goes, -he whole
rowing up Is different todav than when Anne
" rearing her own children, but. says Anne, the gi
children Oh mother." in the tame exa
her With used during her childhood Ann.- is a m
on with a cheer} lill to her 1 ven when
.....
Mo all ., :
lei ows sh<
' and the small thin.- sh( I. to
II
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February Social and Business Meetings
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Chapter* of the Miami Beach
B'nai B rith Women have scheduled
social and business meetings
throuchout Februarj.
Chai Chapter will hold a lunch
eon and fashion show at noon. Sun
day. at the Deauville Hotel, accord
Lng to president elect. Mrs Doris
LaSChoW, With Napoleon Heed pro
Mtiine, the entertainment
Rmular seating Tuaaday even
Lug, Feb 21. at the DeaiiMlle Ho-
tel, will feature a program by Mi-
Helen Silverstein, Anti Defamation
League chairman
Freedom Chapter will hold a
luncheon at noon. Thursday Feb
16. at Harbor House South Pie-.
dent. Mi Bei raid Austi in
nounced that Kabbi Eugene I
vita, of Temple Ner Tainid. will
review The Fixer, bj
Malamud
Harmony Chapter will hold its
dar meeti I ik
I > b 28. at the Deauville 11
irl M.s .1., en announced
that vice president. Mrs
.lack Herman, lias planned .1 !,
B Shi ..' i .
Hatikvah Chapter will meet at
the "V.' 1548 Baj Rd on Tu<
Miss Goldschmidt
To Be Bride Of
David Mescheloff
Vi nouncemenl 1- madi Mi
and Mrs Ernesl Goldschmidt, ol
SI I ouis. Mo of the en
of their daughter. Irene Beth. 1
David Joseph Meschi loff
The prospective bridegroom i.
the son of Rabbi and Mrs Mose
Mescheloff. of Chicago's 1 a
in KINS of West l;
'ark Bi il to I h
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St. Lou
Senioi Hi h sin- i- now 1 -
..- thi I
s Circli where shi

e will reo
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-. schoo
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Mr Meschi ed a BA
rith highest honors
[western I nivei sit>.
he was elected lo Alpha S
I.ambd.1 hon ij He is nov
a doctoi.il can lidate in tin field 0
mathematics, and 1- also attendinj
the Hebrew Theological Collet
Skokie III where be will I"
dained as ,, rabbi in June He 1
the grandson ol Rabbi Dr.
Schonfeld, ol Bi ooklyn, N "i
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Feb 21. 1 p.m., according to Mrs
Gertrude Solomon, president Mrs
Joseph Brnstorff, Antl Defamation
ue cha .man. will be m charge
of the program A film. Salute t
the American Theatre." sponsored
by the Mercantile Bank of Miami
Beach, will be introduced bj Da Ms
I Statton, vice presidenl of the
bank
lira Willie Smith was hostess
on Jan 31 to the Hatikvah stud)
j-'roup meetinn held 111 hei Morton
Towers apartment
Mis \ vVUliam Geratman, .lew
ish adult education chairman, il
tmdneed the program which In
eluded 1 talk on the origin of can
tonal liturg) b> Cantor Saul II
;i. ol Temple Beth Raphael
a report bj Mrs Hoinrt Lilt,
Miami Beach BBW Coil
on Rashi, Jewish tatoi
and a re*, ii on the Ann Defi
tmn League bj Joshua Liebman.
Alii, chi B'm
B'rith Lod
Afti luded w ith an ob
of I'll V.J I
Arboi Daj
Maccab** Chapter a ill
lar meet I- Feb
23, 7 30 p m in lowers
Auditorinm, 1900 West \ 1 Mi-
llet man Auerh.iib president
nounced that Burnett Roth will
speak on Brothi rhood
B'rith activities
Mcnorah Chapter
card part) on Tuesdav 12
at the I ombard) Hot< w itl
Sarah Rosenblatt, hostess, m
chai gi
Regular meeting will be held on
Tuesdav Feb 28 12
Washii 'on F< deral 1234 Wash
ington Ave Presidi nt 1- Mi -
tha w 1 kofl < 'a 1 Is will fi
the meeting
Miami Beach Chapter
ii s regulai
'Jl \2 30 p.l
; I is Mrs
II I Baun Mrs Vnn Kaufi ai
1
North Shore Chapter
'
Feb 20, I pm,
Hotel Mis
that the will
elude a film .1

MR. AMD mrs. rmt
Fines to Serve
At Convalescent
Home Dinner
Mr and Mn Ibe C. P
serve as associate chaii^-"i
tb> Jewish Convalescent
South Florida s dedii
dame set for Apr 1
Announcement is n ".
nuel Tepper executi
.nan of the annual evei
will be held .. Dm 101 l
I in Fini 1, w !i" are wi
as philanthn aders : 1
i.w i-b i ommunitv .will b,
he dinner, with the n<
the Home s ni I1"1 be If;
the Ma et and A < Fine N
1 d Rel
the Jewish I
City of Nope Unit to Meet
Sta "v of H
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ure House v-
Well Inptntnctd
CANTOR & BAAL KC*EH
Avoiloble to conduct Passover Services
t Sedoriin at Hotel, or will -endue
Passover Services in Synoqo*. Also
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Friday. February 10. 1967
, Jfw# tf ikwkflfrr
Paqe 7-B
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yours,
cLAtlt Zi
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h? Sombe
,.,, ., icktails bi d

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dinner for their houe
Mrs Sonya (Hans) Thiel
\ a\va. last S;iiui
jit Mi Somberg was in
.,,, v.- geometi ic prii l
, pc \> ih a cowl neckline
,;i.; sli eves Guests were
hostess wearing
l mmed maik inspired
Truman < apote part>
,i chose .i long
hlack chantill) I*
r iheal h ol bla< k
test u ho gathei i
mi i! known internal
he Bob W ernei -
i- in ,-i two piece
i i with hei
e blouvon sil
Mrs : ^ n k Cipalota
. hi silk i
I... illettes ;it the
\ textured (sold silk
Mrs red Marks
dress
i i kline w ith lies
shoul lei strap*
I e
heath was cut in
in in
M
i Renout w
he ith '
. crystal? on the b dic<
b
I ..nil' look B
A ,i- tin- choir
*Mi on Halperin Her i"
i i miiif featured ;i black
ji i en ti ipe peter pan col-
i.r i-utfi Lime green and
pink were the colors
Jcii^i' -il in the cocktail ensem
I i \'\ Mrs Marvin Ta\cl
< .11 -ilk crepe,
ned in pink with
. luring a d< illi u
I
I
h
in h.Hie was
v \l i Milton Zuckei
1 l skin si
t in the front
^ rlunestone buttons
c Front Mrs Eddie I ine
I junk silk en pe
\ i! ap around >i> 1*
H ghest Prices Paid for
0 c Gold and Diamonds
IE 'vAONDE JEWELERS
8499 Coral Way
O C / a
l i t c by O V c
the asymetricil line hi It
lined Hi i high neckline was a
draped cowl
among members ol Ihe family
'^ were the Eugene Bnd Jack
Sombergs Mrs, Eugene Somb rj
chose a luht green cage with
white polka dots Her high neck
line featured n self fabi ic bow
Mrs Jack Somberg was in ;i -ilk
sheath print ol ombre gold, oi
'I turquoise A frit
beaded bib ol matching colored
iiastals, pailletti and heads as woin hish on Ihe i
line
Mrs Edward < utler hi i pink
moss en pe shift w i rcled
at the neckline with n
ii lit ii idescent paillettes \
i h >ilk. with ;i band ol em
broidered jewel ti im at the neck
line .mil "H the thn i
i cs w,i> worn bj Mi s
S i moi A bui. .m velvet
ti imme I sweati i topped the
whiti wool sheath worn b> Mrs
Herbert Ellend Mrs Jo
nicki s whiti
ii ed a "V" froi
V si
mult
p.-,l Mi Joseph Reisman wine
velvi
i sted skimmei
1 .. id if ted portrait
line Mrs ( harles Ki uglick s
ti xtured sheath had di ep
cut out in back in the shape ol
,i diamond
League Plans
Luncheon Meet
Women s Cancer I f Mi
ami l'i ai h ill hold its regular
Ihlj ini'i 'ir on Fiidaj at the
Eden Roi Hotel
Mrs Morris Gidney. president,
will conduct the 10 a m b
a noon
'
Executive offici l board
membei for 1967 will be pi
md < w life ti ustees and life
iaiII receivi i hai ms I
Mrs Doi ..i'l Rubin, life men
ship chairmi
Mrs I.- s" ill I'll-1
musical rendition e "i
111 bussv
hi ..I reservations an
Mrs tii 'ii Bloi k and Mrs Harold
Brooks
t^ntioued from Pag^-B
neck uiin targe puffed
es bi ii i n ted pink pa Is I or
tin' occasion Amonj
I'M I.
I'.im II ,n ilenki Ai Ihur !' aulieu,
Susan \'i Milton A
Bai bara Millet l arrj Feldman,
Linda Silverman Dave Solon
r, Jo Pell
Simoncon, Bi ui e Sii a r Susan
sir i Paul s|- ; i Sai d SI
in- Jam i Moulton, and
Mum l.rw Her i-i i. Bai
bara with fiance Richard Kra
kow and .! rrj
Steve Horwitz, Michael Voi
Zamft, Dennis Young, Toni Bet
ger, Wend) Satin, Susan
Richard Seiderman, Marlene
Seid ami Howard Seid
\ glittei ing fashion salon open
ing at Miami Beach netted
000 in Variet) Children's Hoa
pilal Sunda> evening, Jan 2U
Featuring the personal appeal
anca ol international fashion da
signer, Mme Pauline Ti igen
the fashion show was attended
b> some 300 South Florida social
iicv ; iii civic leaders who
ticipated in the lively fund-rais
111 _: auction
Guests of honoi were Gen and
Marion Wynne
Is Affianced
Mai ui n Fe i w j nne a rep n
Gables Him i
i- pnga nl to Bernard Ph
Gold! ecutive din
< ivcrweight Medical Clin
l hi in the di
uf \i. I Mrs. I ouis Feil 1555
SE 2 '" lei No Miami Hi
Mrs
I
Mrs \\ nne received an \
ate "i Vrts di gree from the I'm
sersitj ol Florida and a HA in
journalism from the University ol
Miami
She served as editor and record
ing secretarj for Eleanor Roose
veil Chapter B'nai Brith Women
Mr Goldfarb received a BA in
psycholog} from the Universitj ol
Minnesota and a law degree I
Drake I'niversitj \u- served bs i
captain in the Armj Judge Advo
General's i orps and i- a mem
bcr of Ihe Iowa and Chicago Bar
An carl> -pun- wedding is
planned
Mrs E Arthur Evans l
pu-M.lrlil ui \
pital board chaii n an
i ieorge Coui Robert B
I.e\ ii Variet lb presi l<
lerrj Bell an I \ I hal
Leonard Rosen donated an o
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i .
.,. $4,31 o fr,
it llalp Af
I.ill Was mi' '
i enl planned bj loi al bu
nd indu V'a
ti Hospital Moi
Temple Israel Sisterhood is planning a "Tiee-mendous' donor
lunc.ieon Mai. 23 in the Napoleon Room ci the 1
Hotel. Left to nqht are Mesdames Rhea Gladwin and Ju
Rosenborg, co chairmen of prize?" Morris Larsburnh. cl
man of luncheon- and Jerome Rado. chairman ot
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Friday, February 10 13-7
Salute to National Bea
New Spring Hair Styles
Feature Diamond Look
THE QUEEN OF DIAMONDS COIFFURE, one of the new
Diamond Look hair styles designed for Spring by the
National Hairdressers and Cosmetologists Association.
17111 NATIONAL
BEAUTY SALON
WEEK PEL 12-1S
The Diamond Look 1^ the new
look in hair styles of Sp
cording to the Official Hair Fash
ion Committee of tin- National
Hairdressers and Cosmetologists
Association True, this diamond
has ii- points rounded softly, but
in .1 han style, thi- gives a tall,
slender look with soft width at the
side-
The now hair Styles will !><
shown throughout the nation in ob
si-nance of National Beauty Salon
Week, February 12 to 18 Accord
in to the hair fashion authorities,
they will really put the promise
of Spring in your hair.
The diamond shape i> 1110-t via
j ihle from the front view Hair i-
.dressed closely to the head at the
ears, and then width is extended
softly outward above the brows,
tapering in again to a gracefully
narrowed volume at the top From
the side, hair hugs the nape, ex-
tending width at the back crown
area, and then rounding the top
genth to balance the profile with
all of the charm of an Old World
cameo.
In most of the new Diamond
Look styles, hair is dressed upward
and off the forehead An open face
look is expected to be established
definite!) bj Summer However
wherever hairlines require, or
brows are overly dominant, softly
curved bangs come to the ivmik
Generally, hair is dressed into a
combination of rolling wave move
menta and scroll overlays, Soft pil
lows of wave movements cur
h he >id t and crown areas
Daj coiffures are usual!) dn
into more curve than curl, but
evening styles burst out dramatic
all) in freel) formed waves and
curl-
Hair pieces and wi lets are use !
freel) foi th crown areas, foi both
and evening However, evening
styles are all emphasized with
greater detail and volume In all
coiffures, no ban piece is allowed
to trail an) lower than an inch
below the nape
Important for the buoyano ami
gentle softness of the new styles
is a specially blocked professional
permanent wave ipecificaU) suited
for your hair Highly important.
too, is hair conditioning to give
ever) gleam of brilliance and \u-
tre to your hair for the Diamond
Look
HailCUtting must be done pro
fessionally for the Diamond Cul
requires expert sectioning of vur
hair into diamond patterns Fur
thermore, some areas need a blunt
cutting procedure for a swinging
freedom in your hair, and other
areas need a special shaping and
-oit cushioning
Hair length at the nape
is approximate!) zero to two inches
for an adaptahh slender look Hair
at the -ide- is longer, depending
upon your needs, to accommodate
the added width above the eye
brows Front hair length is ap
proximately four and a half inches,
graduating to approximate!) seven
inches at the crown The longest
A
THE MARQUISE COB
marguise cut gem. a
Spring by the Nati ma
Association.
hair is at the top and cro\>r
head The sides, front .,
hair must be shaped to
to the head hug
The new styles
Diamond hair coloring
blending oi basic colon
hair the appealance of a 1
plaj of light- New bank
tor Spring are warm tx
cented with light silvers
browns Alto popular will
red "bark browns Recent)
ircL
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A&B BUDGET BEAUTY SHOP
Mr Julian, Owner
799 N.E. 125th St., No. Miami 754-1522
ALHAMBRA BEAUTY SALON
Formerly (Miss Mendes Beauty Salon)
166 Alhambra Circle, Coral Gables 448-2271
ANGIE'S BEAUTY SALON
497 N.E. 167th St., No Miami Beach 947-1012
BISCAYNE TERRACE BEAUTY SALON
Mary and Nina, Owners
278 Biscayne Blvd., Miami 373-0359
CAMPUS QUEEN
Mrs Bertha Rodriguez, Manager
1238 S. Dixie Highway, Coral Gables 666-4081
CARON BEAUTY SALON
1538 S.W. 8th Street, Miami 374-1047
CEASOR'S BEAUTY LOUNGE
Willie Mae Ceasor
719 N.W. 62nd St., Miami 759-9372
CHARLAINE HAIR STYLISTS
Lois Hack, Owner
6502 W. 4th Ave., Hialeah 821-1112
CHEZ REGIS WIG & BEAUTY SALON
Regis Bell
6907 N.W. 15th Ave., Miami 691-5088
D. CONWAY
Salon of Distinctive Hair Styling
460 Biltmore Way, Coral Gables HI 6-6711
ELIA'S BEAUTY SALON
311 S.W. 12th Ave, Miami-371-4978
ELIZABETH DOME'S BEAUTY SALON
6789 S.W. 8th St., Miami 661-7400
THIS SALUTE SPONSORED B^
EMILE HAIR STYLISTS
1029 Kane Concourse, Bay Harbor
Phones 865-7434 864-1714
ENNO HAIR FASHIONS
2910 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables
Phone 448-7853
ERNEST & DALE COIFFURES
5833 S.W. 73rd St., So. Miami 666-2549
EVELYN'S BEAUTY SALON
17990 SW. 97th Ave Miami 235-3827
FL-HAIR, INC.
509 Arthur Godfrey Rd., Miami Beach-531-0592
FLORIO-ROSATI HAIR STYLISTS
3905 Alton Rd., Miami Beach 532-6351
GALLON'S BEAUTY SHOP
4520 N.W. 27th Ave Miami 634-8353
THE GOLDEN COMB
2309 Le Jeune Rd., Coral Gables 443-7158
GOLIGHTLEY'S BEAUTY SALON
11918 N.W. 7th Ave Miami 6883831
GRANDE'S COIFFURES
6256 S. Dixie Hwy., Miami 665-2546
GROVE BEAUTY SALON
3417 Main Hwy., Coconut Grove 444-0724
HARPER METHOD BEAUTY SALON
OF CORAL GABLES
154 Almeria Ave., Coral Gables 446-2820
HEAD HUNTER BEAUTY SALON
Open 7 Days & Nites til 3 a.m. Free Transportat.on
1714 79th St. Causeway, N. Bay Village
Tel. 865-0446
HEINI'S BEAUTY SALON
2712 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables
Tel 443-7179 Helen Gradingei call 444-0082
HENRIETTA'S STUDIO OF BEAUTY
All Phases cf Beauty Culture
3657 E 5th Ave Hialeah 691-3241
HONEY HILL BEAUTY SALON
19934-B N.W 2nd Ave., Miami 621-6672
BOB HOOVER'S HAIR STYLISTS
1731 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables
Tel 444 7077
HOUSE OF KIM HAIR STYLISTS
744 W 49th St.. Hialeah 8218261
HOUSE OF KIM WIG SALON
4925 E 4th Ave Hialeah 685-0112
HOUSE OF STE'VON HAIR STYLISTS
970 Arthur Godfrey Rd., Miami Beach
Phones 531-9495 531-9591
IDELL'S BEAUTY SALON
9553 Harding Ave Surfside 865-0002
JANICE ELAINE INC. SALON BOUTIQUE
2345 Le Jeune Rd.. Coral Gables
Tel 4459461 -4459462
JOSETTE BEAUTE PARLOURS
321 Alhambra Circle, Coral Gables 443-8521
p i M^r..,,,,
KA-DEE BEAUTY SALON
1231 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beech 531-9294

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y Salon Week
Beautv Salons Observe
Celebration to Beautv
|hv the perfect shape of a
im cok hair style for
r, i Cosmetologists
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pr
ar-
il
ll
i cream tones,
- I If nil) iparkled with
I I i In all
\ special sa h l i "
of women in the i nited 5l ites i
'..li to more
bers ol Ihe National Hairdressers
and Cosmetologists Association
during the 17th anniversary ol Na
tional Beaut) Salon Week iched
uled Feh \'l to 18. announces
Gaines Pressley, of Marietta, Ga.,
president <>f the professional so
det) of cosmetologists throughout
the nation
"Thi-i Week is dedicated to more
beautiful women.' said Presslej
"a dedication which everyone can
appreciate, as well as the beauty
experts
Mrs Ruth Aitken. )f Kansas
City, Mo second vice president of
the association, and National Beau
ty Salon Week chairman, added.
"At this time, we also apprw iate
the wonderful progress made by
the beauty profession to brinu the
finest beaut) cere to women of
our country
In observance of -he Week, COS
metologists in all states are con
ducting fashion shows and special
presentations highlighting new
hair fashions for Spring Then slo
gan i- "Wear the promise ol
Spiing in jour Hair
New Spun.; styles are al>o he
ing given to thousands of women
con fined in chantv wards of hos-
pitals, homes for the B| Bd and
similar institutions
This is a welfare project that
has been conducted by members of
the professional association for the
past seventeen years It has been
commended by medical directors
of many institutions for the lift it
gives to the morale of patients
In recoKnition of this civic pro
ram. as well as other contribu-
tions of the profession to the wel-
fare of communities governors
and mayors throughout the nation
have proclaimed Feb 12 to 18 as
National Beaut) Salon Week
This is also a special salute to
the renowned beauty of the Amer
ican women
: -oft
"!>. r cai
S| in call- for a soft
i. (OMMitfh a knowing
[jjfcniil younger set will weat
moist ok tor ip 'it- w-
;ht tan skin
Idi '.itch harmonizing base
colors of the hair Eyebrows will
be light and lifted In keeping with
the Diamond look in hair styles
Byes will delight in color with
-oft. natural pastel colored -had
ows and splashes A sparkle for
evening.
Jeweled lathes frequentl) rhine
stones, va:iI make evening news as
will colored lashes, including EC
bra and tiger -stripes, and metallic
sheens Lips will be outlined for a
more vivid look in pink, orange
and touches of lavendar Rouge
will be worn hinh on the cheek-
bone, blended toward the hairline
and up to the e>throw
A possible new touch for parties
SOfl colors Of enamel for the teeth'
^ mi: FOLLOWING BLAITY SALONS
i:
KJE
BETTY KEAN'S COIFFURES
M, vean. Owr.er
9710 S Dixie Highway, Miami 667-1694
LEJEUNE BEAUTY SALON
N.W. 42nd Ave., Miami 448-0232
NOOK BEAUTY SHOP
W. 27th Ave., Miami 633-9202
S SALON OF BEAUTY
Kaolan Owner & Operator
W. 8th St., Miami 448-1559
NE'S COIFFURES
iller Road. Miami-661-1121
LUCKY'S BEAUTY SALON
207 20th St.. Miami Beach 532-9574
MADEMOISELLE BEAUTY SALON
124 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables
Tel. 444-1395
MAGGIE'S BEAUTY SHOP
1136 N.W. 3rd Ave., Miami 373-9505
MARCEL & GASTON
FRENCH BEAUTY SALON
Everything to .~~ake you Beautiful
508 Washington (corner of 5th St.)
LARRY MATHEWS BEAUTY SALON
2310 Collins Ave., Miami Beach 538-7331
MARGIE'S BEAUTY SALON
435 W 29th St.. Hialeah 885-2332
MARQUISE BEAUTY SALON
Tint Hair Styling of Long and Short Hair
630 N.W. 62nd St., Miami 7519303
MATTIES HOUSE OF BEAUTY
1552 N.W. 54th St., Miami 691-9506
1-fll
NATIONAL
tBaWTT SALON
WEEK FEI. 12-11
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McWILLIAMS COIFFURES
166 N.W. 10th St., Miami 371-9482
MIRACLE BEAUTY SALON
304 Aragon Ave., Coral Gables
Tel 446-1066 446-6973
THE MISS KOMA BEAUTY SALON
67 Merrick Way, Coral Gables 443-4201
MOLI'S BEAUTY SALON
Hair Styling Coloring Permanent*
1455 Collins Ave., Miami Beach 538-0000
MONA'S HAIR STYLIST
Permanenfs Frosting Bleaching
12525 N.I. 7th Ave Miami 759-2511
MURRY'S HAIR DESIGNS
6551 S.W 40th St. (Bird Rd), Miami 666-8672
NAN'S BEAUTY SALON
8652 N.W. 22nd Ave., Miami 696-2773
NITE OWL
12959 Biscayne Blvd., Miami 754-7022
ORCHARD VILLA BEAUTY SALON
1200 N.W 58th Ter., Miami 751-9124
POLLY'S BEAUTY SHOP
11720 Biscayne Blvd.. Miami 754-2022
REE'S BEAUTY SALON
Attention Housewives Working Girls Tourists
5993 S.W. 8th St., Miami 667-4761
REGENCY BEAUTY SALON
5335 N.W. 36th St., Miami 885-1681
REMELDA'S BEAUTY SHOP
1751 N.W. 3rd Ave., Miami 373-9382
RENEE'S BEAUTY SALON
Individual Hair Styling
155 S.E. 1st St., Miami 371-4863
THE DIAMOND SOLITAIR COIFFURE, a romantic new
Diamond Look hxiir style for Sprinq bv the National
Hairdressers and Cosmetologists Association.
ROSARY BEAUTY SALON
Rosario Ni<_o'au Ov.
312 S.W. 8th Ave Miami 371-0796
SALON DE COIFFEUR
6113 S.W. 8th St., Miami 665-5395
STEVE'S BEAUTY SALON
1622 Alton Road, Miami Beach
Tel 532-1688 and 532-9319
SUNSET COIFFURES
Haircutting Styling Permanent v.
7007 S.W. 87th Ave Miami 271-4521
SWIRL BEAUTY SALON
70 Miracle Mile, Coral Gables
Tel 443-6008 446-1000
TANIA'S BEAUTY SHOP
The Smartest Salon on Miami Be
1547 Washington Ave., Miami Beach 538-1923
TERRY'S BEAUTY SALON
520 S.W. 1 st Street, Miami 371 -3131
TONI'S BEAUTY SALON
825 S.E. 8th Court, Hialeah 887-5036
TWIST & TWIRL BEAUTY SALON
Rowena Wilson Sara Grundman
17028 Collins Ave Miami Beach 947-9462
VENETIAN ISLE BEAUTY SALON
20 Venetian Way, Miami Beech 538-7261
VOGUE BEAUTY FAIR
233 N.W 9th St., Miami 379-6610
WINDWARD BEAUTY SALON
Complete Beauty Service Wigs & Wic
Room 121, 16051 Collins Ave MB 947-5013
MR. YOUNG'S BEAUTY SALON
Wed love to get our hands into your ha r
561 N.E. 79th St., Miami 758-2556
MR. YOUNG'S MODERN BEAUTY SALON
We'd love to get our hands into vour hair
872 N.E. 125th St., Miami 757-6941
ZENAIDA BEAUTY SALON
"Specializing in Wigs and Hair Pieces"
3719 S.W. 8th St., Coral Gables 444-8703


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Friday. February 10, 1967
Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah Slates
Varied Group Events Beginning Monday
Sponsors and chairmen for the "Eye Bank"
party cf the Brandeis Group are standing (left
to right) Mesdames living Brandt; Bernard
Lipson. program chairman; Adele Borok; Phil-
ip Zwifling, chairman; Elizabeth Steinbach.
president; Max Sieaal. chairman; Eva Richter.
A. I. Molasky, Etta Thaller and Dr. Edna Lav-
itt. Not shown are sponsors. Joseph Lessnerl,
Maurice Schlossman. Otto Wisbrod and Tessie
Litt.
G.iIs from the "Kit Kat Club" demonstrate
their talent in rehearsal of scenes from the
latest Broadway musical to be presented at
the anniversary luncheon of the Sisterhood
of Temple Emanu-El on Wednesday noon,
Feb. 22. at the Fontainebleau Hotel. Temple
Players are Blanche Rosenblatt Sarah Letty
Kotler Barbara Cohen. Davida Levy. Ronnie
Abrams, Tern Blum and Debbie Malnik.
Mrs. Jacob Katzman is chairman of the lunch-
eon. Mis. Louis Baron is patrons committee
chairman.
Junior High Lounge Series Opens at Greater Miami 'Y
TIm' Junior High Presidents
ouncil ol id' ^ M and WH \ "i
i has announced the
i mi Set !>- re
nri- .i : ; : chairman "i the
I lie III 'A pi ii
will in- in-Ill twice a month
S
iv ire lounge pin
i: ClU
at the
\ tup programs, College Bowl
trivia contests competitive
1 show t, ;i mock wedding, lee
inn--, films anil discussion i iups
According t<> Taft, tin- ;
will inior high
members whethei or not thej be
lull;! to Clubt
.\;.iin emphasis will I fi cused
on youn iii ho ai nol part o(
the club program or do not pai
ticipate in spinal interest groups
\t each <( Ihe programs "junioi
high boys and girls can gel to
gethei for an afternoon of fun
and fiei in theii owi
raft
I sen pi '.i.ii". i- under the strpei
x ision nt lane Carver, assisted b>
Sharon Fried
Miami Beach Chapter of lladai
sail i- launching Its fourth In the
Bunk Review ioi iei oi W( dna
19 l 30 p ni at N
Hotel Mrs* Doroth) Kriegei Fink
will review the l ool Cat
.,. \, |h || \ i o
Mi. Jack Millet ii rtaii
Bay Harbor Group Will hold its
regulai monthl) luncl
Moi day, li 30 in al Ihe Bal
moral Hotel A movie will be shown
depict inj the storj i I Ha lassah
Mi Joseph Epstein is president
Loui* D. Brandeis Group will
hold its annual Eye Bank lunch
eon party on Mondaj noon in the
Fontaine Room of tl taine
lil.-mi Hotel Mrs Max Siej al
Mrs Philip Zwilling are chairmen
Mrs Elizabeth I. Sternbach is
president
Forte Towers Group will hold
it- regulai m mthl) n >< tin
Monday, 12 30 p.m in the
Building Auditorium Sophie Pri
mak will re> lew th bo i! K\ ei j
thing but Monej bj
Mi- Barnetl B
cation vice president
will spi :ik on Youth Ui; ah Mi -
Prances m Sass i- pres
I. R Goodman Group
its regular monthly
Wed
81h SI an I ''
Avi- fi ; spi I be Ml
ett Beckerman
llian Goodman ;
has
for th On< Shal I at which will
In- held at her home on
l i. in l p m Miss Mai
Marx will review the book, No
Mine Forever.' Sid I'ul
mi chairman, will give
,i hi ni commentai 5 on ran ent
nta Miss Lillian Goodman is
president
Israeli Group will hold
ulai monthl) meeting on Honda;
noon at Algiers Hotel R< fresh
menu will be served 11
the will be Rose YokeII, solo
1st. and Olga I! Stein at the piano
Mis Joseph Meyei is presidi
Emma Laiarus Group will I
its regular month!) lunchei
lay. 11 3d a m
Holiday Inn, 88th st and <
\ the aftei 1 0
Ih- Mi- Joseph Shapiro
president "t Miami B< h 1 hap
and ol th<
Florida Re [ion Joseph <..i
entertain Mi loseph w tou
is pri sident
Morton Towers Group ;
its 11 tular monthl)
12 1. 1 n at 'lif YMH \
01 Baj R I Dessert refn
will I"' serve
Gu speaker will be
ith \.:\.ih chaii
man Mrs Hattie Wagnei
chairman 1 as tchednlod ll
group's annual "Fun Nit>
Sunda) < enin Fell l!. 7 p m
at B< .'i h Federal Sa ings
w 1 \\c Mrs En anw
\lri (2 is president
Southgate Group "ill h I
ai monthl) meetii
da) I 30 p.m in Ihi l"i
Room Mrs Charles Hern
chairman, will talk on V
hi .,1 liti there will I
, th<
ti birthda) Mi Joaeph R w
r-nbei z is president
ched '
u 1 itten
h) \ii ll- : Scl rarti, will
.: ami r .1- co di 1 ct
- 1
in If ii \ppea
ati Pla)
- in

Eddie Cantor Group W II
annual E) 1 Bank lunchi
on 1 hui sda) Fel I nooi
the Fontainebleau Hotel Pro
will featun -i noi William l< <
u ho lias pel I'm med al the 1
i ip< 1.1 New \ ork Cit) 1 enter, and
has also sung in Ital) Mrs Dorothy
Rubel 1- chairman of the affair
Mi Harrj Glass is president
Henrietta Siold Group will
its regular n 01 till) meetin 01
Moi da). 12 30 p m at All iers Ho
trl Refreshments will be aerved
Mis Milton Sirkin former pres
!- guest si~ ak -i
s presidi I
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Miami Beach, Florida
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Frid lwi#> flrrSdliftn
Poa* 1UB
. ^Akoout j^coplc
an
I laces .
A LOVE STORY
Adolph and Gertrude Rachline wwil t<> grade
school together in Manchester, England In 1908
\,,ni|)li came i<> tin- country, and eighl years
he sent for Gertrude, and (he) were mar-
rhej lurve three children two daughters,
ha .i KanniT of Seattle, Wash., Sooki. \|i-
V,- i i Williams, "i Miami Beach, md .. Mm.
i ps RachUne, <>i Miami Hie elan also Includes
len grandchildren and two great grandchildren
Lasl week, Nal and Sookle Williams gave > din
nor at lhi' Famous Reetauraul in honor ()i their
h wedding amdvaraarj it was a gas party,
with music and dancing, rharnuni: decorations
and place card- H|| In .;|d and white that Rookie
de herself The centerpiece waa <>f long tapirs
then and Bowers, all gold and wMte, too Pan-
Peinatain. who waa la thi- original weddhtg
i pears au-o. flew In from New Vork '"
: celebrate Among gueeta ware Herbert and
bs Williams. Mr aiui Mrs Bob larhaui Mi
William Kneapler, Mr and Mrs Sam
Mr .md Mi s Jai k Vlberl Mr ai d Mi -
K nea| er, Mr and Mr- Murra> Ka i
\lr ..ml Mrs \.,i Eiseman Mr .md Mrs Ge<
Mrs Rather l^ever, Mi .i".i Mi
i. ai:.I Mr and Mrs Lea Rachline
FIFTY YEARS OF BIRTHDAYS
Jean Lansburgh cave .i dinner part? .ii
an Bar mi hoi or ol hei hui.1.
- -h birthda) AI the ei I ranee, h ha l
Moi 11- bowing with a tapi
the greetings for u hi. h h. is ,. |
Susan Klivans and Marvin Silvei
Ihis is your Life songs The
quicker than the years 11
lo her dmi wa i i and her
and Howard Mnberg The birth
..- i new grandson. Jonathan David rhe birth-
aki ..> a panorama ol llu- -. i
. slowly turning around on the hi
Judge and Mrs Irving Cypen,
Mr ml Mrs. Jack Young, Mr and Mrs R chard
>. :': 1'at i ollms. Mi .md Mi- Bernard Puller,
and Mis Klhot Roosevelt. Mr and Mrs
nour Huhin. Mr .md Mrs Ralph She re Mr
and Mrs Baron de Hirach Meyer, Milton Berle,
Mi ..'"i Mis llaii) Ifufssn and Mr and Mrs
Jules Mufson, Mitzie Gaynor, Councilman
Mrs Melvin Richard, all of the Greens Morris,
Mill and Albert and their wives, Mr and Mrs
the Hubcr. and Mr and Mrs Joseph Malek Jean
says that the next party is when Morn- uives
for her on her 25th birthda)
NEWS NEWS NEWS .
Mow does it t...-i t.> ti\ over to the i
and do an exciting decorating job? \sk |,i| Mrs
Paul Sohci She knows foi the is in the mi.l-t
oi having the most exciting t*me of her life
\sk her daughter Helen she ha- to listen
to every detail, blow bj blow
When lather and Sidney Schwartz' daush
ter, Mela Burger, and her three little ones'
plane hack lo < hicago w;.s delayed, Meta tried
io get her husband, Ronnie, to tell him about
iin- change of plans, On the eleventh ti\ she
him at the barber shop m the Drake Hotel
so he watted and gol In- shoes shincd, then
wewt out to rhr airport t.. mi. I
Over at Barbara and Marvin Brown ho
..... hai li< tvas showing off h
I .n.i sister, Elaine, and her husbai .1 Max
' i here tor the holiday s with Hi -ir
nds, v.t and Millie Ho.-, also from New York
lh,'v a.in.....I i harlie Brown's new coal briel
' 'iii' thi wonderful time the three couples
' : ..... .it 'he anniversary partv
1 i the Di ai ille Hotel comi
orchids foi everyone a..- much i
cxcitina
When Ellen and Dick Rosichan gel hack to
"'en friends u ill know 'hat th. \ wi re
i listing their folks, Claire and v R0
: i hi 5 i" ih hav< Miai i sui burns
The excitei t in the Sam Seltzer ha
Iravi !. .1 i<. Mian I B..
"' ^nn engai rmenl .md impending mai
..- anno meed In tart there v as i i nich
lea that neithei Sail Ki
Ini Krensk> could rememb t th.
lasl name '1 he fu -t name i- Di<
It was New Veara Km- ever) ni r.r ..- the
,! Vlici Pincua Her two nephews .vim.,.
fathei Kiuin is ., Philadelphia lawyer came |
Penn Valle) to spend the holidays with then
Nana krnJy ... I Bobb) Pincus even though lho>
.in- did th.- hotel circuit ever) ni hi
dinner Alice i- such .. ..,,..,1 cook bul the
had to see the night life
Frances Lehman
MR. AND MRS. KACHUNt
love story
Companionship Unlimited
Con h p Unlimited i thi
name of a
.Miami Beach, now kin male
memberships e Susan
Nash, ol -: .4 I lamin
v ol th. | roup, .'V .. pose
;s p. help loners meet with di
nlt> in .. sincere endeavor '<> cul
tivate niter.--tin- friendships "
Age group i- for 4<> to mi yeai old-
Green PR Firm
For Parkinson
Foundation Dinner
a r Green Adi <: tising Agent
has been named to serve as publi
relations counselor for the Natioi
al Parl ; Foundation'a ISO
plate Bob Hope banqin t at th
i Hotel on Thursda
Mrs Jeanne Levey, Parkinao
Foundation chairman, said th.
Mort) K reed man, director of pal
lie relations foi the Green Agenc
will serve ai aci ounl executive i.
the event,
Mrs Claude Pepper is banqui'
chairman for the eighth annu
dinner
.\TTi:\Tio\:
THE JACOB C. COHEN
COMMUNITY SYNAGOGUE
1 532 Washington Avenue
announces the
SEFER TORAH
DEDICATION
will be he'd on
SATURDAY, FEB. 18th
of fhe
8 30 Morninci Services
PUELIC INVITED
4/1 inscriptions of names
will br made in advance
Sefcr Toroh donated by
MR. SAMUEL FINKEl
MOKRIS & RUTH LERNER
HARRY ZUCKERMAN
E* Catering for All Occasions
I (sfabfished in 1945
Famous
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HARKING
FACILITIES
It 1-3987
MIAMI
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J^esfaurant
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A
^bers of the Temple Emanu-El Sisteihood luncheon corn-
count advance reservations for the aala anniversary
leon to be hold on Wednesday noon, Feb. 22. at the
linebleau Hotel. Seated (left to right) are Mrs. Harold
^vey. co-chairman; Mrs Bernard D. Kaplan, fund raining.
president; and Mis. Leonard Abramson. Sisterhood pres-
Mr. Lloyd S. Apple
former Catering Director at Beth David
announces
JSIVE, PRIVATE AND ORGANIZATIONAL FUNCTIONS
ON A LIMITED BASIS
I y Appoint) 448-2840
Shakespeare Play
For Tots at V
Sunday Afternoon
Si mi \\ ill' im ^i
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f the I'rmei sit>
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authei tic ostumcM and d

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+Jtnlsti flerJcfiafi
Friday. February 13 1967
1
(!)
Labor Farband and Pioneer Women Israe!
- assed by irom left Mr. and Mrs. Sam
n Mrs. Jennie Groctinaer, end Dr. and Mrs. Simon
Wilensky. The d r.-.e: climaxinq the celebration of Israel's
be held Monday evemna, Feb. 23. at the
Fontc.nebiecu H<
Bonds Will Honor*
LZO and Pioneers
Eighteen laden of the Labor
Zionist Farband and Pioneer Worn
en movement will be honored at
the organization- Israel Dinner of
State on Monday night. Feb 20. at
the Fontainebleau Hotel
Climaxing the celebration of 1-
nel'l ihai \ear. these men and
women will be named "Life Hon
orees of Israel in recognition of
their 'exemplary serv.ee to Israel
through the first 18 year- of I-
rael's statehood."
To be honored are the presi-
dents of the Greater Miami
chapters or Pioneer Women.
These include, for the Farband,
Bernard Fu-min, president of
Ben-Gurion Branch; Morris Hon-
igbaum, Bialik Branch; Mo:
Levint, Chaim W e i i m a n n
B-anch- Samjel Gal'ond Cuban
B-anch; Joseph P. Zuckerman,
Lebediker Branch; Dave Lipp-
man, Louis Segal Branch; Abra-
ham Jack Filosof. Poale Zion
Branch; and Manuel Burstein,
South Florida Zionist Council.
Pioneer A
Mrs Milton (..
president i ounc Mi

Avi\.> Mrs Micl
Joseph
i Mr- Ida :..i:
i at \! Sonia Plot
kin. Coral Gables; Mrs Jule- Rub
mstein. Eilat. Mrs Abraham Selt
zer. Golda Meir Mr- Fred Sand
ler. Kadima. and Mrs Nat Warner
Tik\ah
The presentation of the awards
will be made by Zeev Boneh. Con
Mil General for Israel in southern
United Stau-
Highlighting the festivities of
the evening will be a program of
1-raeli entertainment featuring
Mi.-s Fsther Tohbi, known a- Hrsl
lady of Israeli song and F.nul
lohen celebrated An lewish
. humorist.
Miss T
Euro
real
matu- talents of m
rred in I
bleau Club Gigi Col
-t;n red on television, radio and
their i
Preparations for the dinner art
headed bj Rabbi Leon Kronish,
Greater Miami chairman. Statr oi
el Bonds, Sam F> instein Abram
Fox. Louis Hudnick. Dr. I-aac I'nt
erman and Or Simon Wilensky
honoray chairmen
Members of the committee will
hold a final planning meetn
Tuesday morning, Feb 14. in ;. m .
in the Aladdin Room (if thi \
Hotel
Women's League
Slates Honors
At Dessert Coffee
National Women's League oi
United te of Ami
Florida Branch, will sponsor an
Torah Fund Residence Hall
dessi at the Deauvilli
Hotel "ii Tuesday evening, H pm
in honor of the 28th anniversary
h Fund anil the Golden
\ of National
Th' will honor all mem
Ko'ach
i ha j ..\ < H ii. Bern fa< I $100)
i i
h Fund, m huh gives -
orth> rabl -tu
ents tfatl cl ecti
lenci iijii dormitory
il the Jewish Th'
S "f America Ra
wives will be honored, .i- will
Mr- Elsie Belsky, Big liift-
chairman. will be chairman r.f the
evening Mrs Oscar Sindell i-
Combmed Campaign chan
Mrs Nathan Becker is area chair
man Mrs Arthur J Brown i- pres
ident of the Florida Branch
Guest speaker will be I)r Max
Arzt. vice chancellor of the Jewish
Theological Seminary of America
Dr. Ar7t i- a charter member ol
the Adusory Council of the Inter
national Movement for Atlantic
Union He is a member of the
tran-lation committee prepaung a
completely revised English tran-
lation of the Holy Scriptures under
the auspices of the Jewish Publi-
cation Society of America
He was a United States delegate
to the Atlantic NATO Congress
held in London in the summer oi
1959
All member Si-teihoods will be
represented al the coffee i antor
/.\i Adler. of Temple Emanu-El,
will be Sliest Soloist
Mrs. Al
nai W ma ol /'
R ght s D:. Max Atzt. w 'hancelW
Seminaxy c: An -:.>akei. Stai
chc iman a the Feb. 14 even.nc specie rifts
chairman. Combined Campcnqn. Fla. Branch. Rinht
Oscar Sindell. Combined Campaiqn chairman. Florida Br n
United Synagogue Lecture Series Begins
At Emanu-El With Talk by Rabbi Simon
Harbour House
Golfers Enthuse
Residents ol H
Apartments al Bal Harbour can be
almost every mo in the
bj municipal goll <
Thei uent house is
J to the Bakei ll i
I i: -. that tl i
blamed for referring to it as I
own
Less than a qua l< walk
from Harbour Ho
i) r their ha::- or. those with
yachts, take themselves from their
own Manna to the Haulover I>ock
where they continue on by jeep
to the golf cour-<
Thei.- a -Iron- inter.'-! in
at Ha; bo .. House when
Ij tournament keep- all
active!) interested S I
Ashton New VP
Of Banking Unit
.1 William Ashton I as b
ed vice president oi United B
shares of Florida, Inc. South I
Ida's bank hoi I
with < ffices in Coral Gables
Unit
Beat h l .i il N'atii i i I
.mil Coral Gables l
Bank i. Assel
institutions are over $200 million
Othei changes are Willian
Logan nho president Arthur It
Roy, .ir vice president Harold i>
Rutig, vice president; II Stev
iin .lr. vice president
urer; Evelyn M \\.
listanl treasurei.
Paul F Bell, Jr. and June N
Daryman, both assistant vice p
dent-, and Arthur K Perland,
auditoi
K.ihbi Kalph Simon will continue
the adult education lecture -i
of the United Synagogue of -\mer
to Jen> Sus-man. chairman of the
Adult Educath n Commission of
the United Synagogue Rabbi Si
mon will bl -('taking on "Jews
Without S>nagogue-" next Wed
nesda) < < i
Rat lu Simi is spii itua
of Congri gatM Rodfi i / dek ii
Ch'ca'0 :- .: graduati ol
Ami \
' .
He did oaduate work at the
Oriental Institute at the Univer-
sity of Chicaro and is a past
president of the Chicago Board
of Rabbis He was general chair
man of the Greater Chicago Is-
rael Bond Committee, is a mem-
ber of the Chicago Commission
oi. Jewish Weifare.
Rabl i Simi of the
four, : in US
n, wa r> ->.
rheol igii.
'
Simoi i-
Hi

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He
tii.- l;.
ica

RAB3I AU>H SIMON
ill tin- an,I i uiiad
of the i
Jewish A| pi... <.
Rabbi Simi
to the S will I
introduci In
r
has its rei
\ RuW Ink
Luncheon and Card Party
- < .
Fl w ill -
partj
p m in th.
At the arr.ual Mellah Mothe' tribute luncheon of Women's
American ORT, Mrs. Harry Rosenblatt, national vice president,
presents trophies to ORT's Mellah Mothers of the Year. Mrs.
Eva Shapiro and Mrs. Mae Shurack. The luncheon was attend-
ed by some 800 women at the Deauville Hotel last week. Left
to riant axe Mrs. Mae Shurack. Bay Chapter; Mrs. Harold
Schneider region president; Mrs. Jennie Grossinger, sponsor;
Mrs. Eva Shapiro. Ocean Harbor Chapter; and Mrs. Rosenblatt!
'Naiism in Germany Today?'
Dor- Nazism Threaten German]
Today '" was the question posed bj
Hendrik J Berns. editor and pub-
lic relations director of the Eco
nomic Opportunity Program Inc
on Tuesday evening at Chase Fed
eral. before an open meeting spon-
sored by the Metropolitan Chapter.
American Jewish Congress. ,
Mrs A ? lLa'%Mr8, ^"T' Friend' Mre- Harold Burke and
rnailH I .if ^ r^V^ unusual invitation ready to be
Sp^or Hal?: ^ d Gold. Jubllee patrons dinner in
bpector HaU on Sunday. Mar. 5. Black-tie will be optional.


Friday. February 10. 1967
+Jeisi> fhrk/ktr
Page 13-B
fi)ar ^Aiitzvalt
Stuart rjrbir
... : Mr and Mrs
I Hawth
be Bar Mltivah al I
Si turda) n
I n
attends Nautilus Junioi
ren pie Set Tamid !<
v, hool He collect-. coin*
- interested in
and swimming H
ite an and sings
junior ( h >ii of Ihe temple
\ Kiddush the se
;StS will include
im Small. 0
II Its, N > jrandpari l
Andre* Cordon
son Mr and Mrs
It p Gord 18 P dm v. will
iturday moi n
pie Beth Sh i
.i ident in the Roth
< onfirm it >:> Class of

Jimmy lssn*r
I Mrs. Mai
.' b called to the
1 Sat ir
>. 11, at Tempi
Z
Jinun) i- -ever.- stu-
Miami inio I
and plays trumpet In the scl
Mr and Mrs Issuer will host
the Kiddu-h following the sen
ices and the reception on Saturday
i .. ..l. .1 ri >ldll
: '
Me no rah Series
Slates Historian
Paul -er. head if
Histor)
: at Miami I la le
}i lege will present the
i -f lectures based
Tin' Source' at rempl Meno
on Honda) ni*ht. at 8 30 p.m.
Iprot Connover was born In
I and educated in New
ark. w ii it .'(1 a Mas
historj fi >n-. Colum-
l niversit) During the war
in the U S Navy
it: Pearl Harbor through the
i i heal >t War
It w*s durinq his military
'.ice that he visited Miami for
0 * |is home. From 1948 1941, Prof.
ftnnover taught history in Mi-
ni hgh schools and with the
I'dblishment of the Miami Dade
;nior College, was appointed
rtd of the History Department
*he Junior College.
recent I) contri
al I haptera U) the three-
Jon Channmg
Andrew Gordon
Mark Landsberg
11. at Temple Sinai will include
the Bar Mitzvah oi Ralph H. son
ol Mi and M
Ralph is in the sevenl
tin F Ki
vfrfen tl .;'"
i
He ii tei i ports,

ithei Mrs
Scho from t a will
attend thi B il Mitzvah
Mark Landsberg
Mark, son lack
II he Bar Mitzvah Bl
pie Israel on Sal i I ij F< I
ll
Mark attei P in : le Leon
im lor Hitl active
and an .r id fisherman
Kiddush in done- the
' || :
a re<
at the hoi
Mrs Landsbi

Jon Channing
Jon Howard, son of Mr and Mrs
Jules V Channing, will become
Bar Mitzvah ->n Saturday, Feb 11,
at Temple Emanu El
Jon is m the seventh grade at
Nautilus lur.: ir High, and plays
clarinet in the school band Me
' i reci Hebi w trainii
al Temple Emana-aal Ri ligiou;
School, havini ted in nurserj
-< hool He is an linn ath
Tin- celebrant w ill !> honored at
.1 reception Saturda) evenii
the Fontainebleau Hotel
I in's maternal
Mrs Jacob Spund i
Ifather Gershon thai i
will attend th<-
Ralph Fagan
Saturday morning services Feb
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and compare the hi>torical avi
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Jame- Michenei s het seller
A question and answer period
will follow Prof Connover's pres
entatioii at Temple Menorah on
Monday night
Doctors Discuss
Family Planning
Mr and Mrs Club of n
Zion iv sponsoring a panel discus
sion hi Famil) Planning" for
Sunda) evening Feb 19. at the
temple
Members of the Dade county
Medical Association who will pai
ticipate include Drs Ralph Aden
Henry Glick, Harold Goldstein and
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liltcn Hahn. immediate past president of Sholem Lodae.
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T- Harriet T. Prance, assistant principal for guidance, looks
The B'nai B'rith Vocational Sorvic ion has been
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+Jewist>riGri(0i3r
Friday. February 10. 1967
i
Miami Chapter of Hadassah Groups
Plan Book Reviews.. Bazaar, Film
Signing in at the oldest syna-
gogue in the Americas is Mi-
:m; City Commissioner
Irwin G Christie as Rabbi
Simeon J. Maslin looks on.
Christie was "n a goodwill
visit to the Dutch West In-
dies and paid his respects to
Congregation Mikve Israel-
Emanuel. The synagogue
was founded in 1654.
Carner Bank
Picks Braunstein
Frank Braunstein, until recentl>
idem nf the Second National
: .ink of N'orth Miami has been
i ted executive vice president oi
' i Carnei Bank of Miami Beach
Anouncr-meni of Braunstein'*
lection was made bj Jack Carnei
chairman >>f tlu
ird, and Ste
phen ll i .i!
president
of the I2-yeai
old Miami
ch financial
institution
Brau n st ei n
former!) w i
\ ice pn sident
and cashiei ol
Miami National
k \n active
member of th<
Americai institute "t Bankin
tin- National Assoi atiori ol Bank
Auditors, he has lived in Florida
for the .1-.
Mr, and Mrs. Braunstein live
at 9217 Bay Dr., Surfs.de. Their
son, Ted, is a pre-med student
at Emory University in Atlanta.
Following coml .(< with
15th I S \n Force in Italj
....."it '>',.,. ii Braui
operated a h oil in up
New Yoi becoming a bank
ol1 icer
- ii; the
Miami <"h mu o
Mi Sai
Si
Menorah Group
.'. itli
i
A'bert Einstein Giojp
: ;

Kadimah Group ol >' I ll e will
mark it s secon I ann
an affair on Monda\ 12 30 p m .
and has slati d a < urd pai t> at 7
p.m on W ed da) Both e\ ent>
will be held in the Sk) Lake Gi
dens ondominium Mrs Moi 1i-
Press is group president
Torah Group it planning a noun
luncheon and white elephant ba
...ii tor Monday at the Knights ol
Pythias Mall on \V Flagler St
Chairmen of the affair are Mrs
Murra> Smith and Mrs Alfred
Sandlei
Chaim Weizmann Group has pur
chased a block of tickets for the
Feb 12 showing of "The Bible at
the Ba) Harbor Theatre In chargi
of reservations i- Mis* Bosalyi
Klein
BKAUNiTlIN
How 'Bible* Star
Got His Start
Peti i Seamus " e Vngel of the Lord in
The Bible." w as boi mm
maia. Count) Galwa) Ireland
OToole credits actor Wilfred
Lawson with having taught him
more about acting than an) one
i Vid his meeting with Law
son was a chance encounter on a
subwa) train The Bible in which
< >"l oole has a ma joi i ole, i- in a
mad show engagement at the Ba;
Harboi Rocking Chair Theatei
Mo i i will recall <> Tool.' s
memorable performance in "Law
rence ol Vrabia, a role which woi
him the B< -t Actoi twai t ol thi
*h Academ> and established
.i- an international
eki l ord Jim and
What New Pussycat folli
in rapid succession ll<- will also
i tietl Centur)
Fox "How to Steal a Mill
s T
National Airlines' Efficiency Rises
Opening ol thi new Nat
Airline- $500,000 resei vationi
in at the cat i iei headquarters
at Miami International Airport
doubles the size of the former of-
fice and inert asea efficiency in
passenger bookings by the use oi
the most modem communications
and data processing systems
The new facility, now the larg-
est reservations operation in Na-
tional's 6.200-mile route system, is
part of a massive $5.5 million ex-
pansion program launched by the
Dade County Port Authority to en-
large the carrier's home office and
maintenance base
An average of 10,000 calls a
day are handled in the center,
according to R. W. Gable. Miami
reservations manager. They orig-
inate in an rt that includes
Savannah, Ga., and extends
through the entire peninsula of
Florida except lor Key West.
The reservations office presently
employs 300 staff member- who
work in three shifts to keep the
center open on B 24 bom basis
Largest single expenditure in
the sr>.") million Miami expansion
program ha- been the purchase ol
a $15 million Link 727-235 'lonji
body" flight simulator which will
be delivered in June. 1<>G7
West Point cadets lend in M; I Ih repre-
sentatives of Beth Toiah Conaregation on hand
to greet them. The cadets were 27 members ot
the U.S. Military Academy Jewish Chapel
Choir, and Mayor Arthur Snyder. r>( North
Miami Beach, presented the kevs of the city
to their commanding officer, Maj. Michael
Sirkis. Notional Airlines made it possible for
the welcoming ceremony to take place at the
NAI. hangar at Miami International Airport.
Pavlow Co. Picks
Norman Ashbes
General Manager
Maurice Pavlow, president of
the Pavlow Company, 2801 s\v .ii-t
Ave.. Miami, manufacturer! of fine
office furniture, ha- announced
the appointment of Norman Ash
ho- a- general manager
Ashbes will be in direct chi
ii an local and national sales
\ Florida resident for the past
! l years, Vshbes i- also ownei
directoi oi Vshbes and Kramer,
inc Miami Plaster Products Corp
and H N Associates
He is a raduate of Citj I oil
ol New York, holding a Bacheloi
of Business Administration d<
and i- ;, past president and (hai
ter member of the hade KM Cluh
He lives with his wife and three
children in South Mia
NORMAN ASHMS
bers of the aroup welcoming the ca
are (left to riqht Morns Goldfarb, chairrm:
the cedpt ball committee; Mayor Snvdr-r
bi r^f Be.h Torah Conqregntion. Dr. Max Lip
schitz: Mat. Sirkis. and Ewald Ziffer. pres.
oi the congregation The cadets sang at serv-
ices at r>th Torah Congregation Friday and
wore feted at a military ball at the social hall
of Beth Toiah last Saturday night.
Talmud Seminar
Resumes on Air
For the llth consecutive y<
Rabbi Pinchai M Teib will ki
augurate his Oaf Haahavua" ra
dio pro-ram here Sunday ni.h:
at !l p m
Phi inaugural pro.Mam will be
live from the Sterling Hotel, where
Rabbi Teito has aretved to spend
the wintei
Rabbi Ted/ i- a member of the
presidium of the Union of Ortho
dox Rabbit of the United stat. -
and i anada
The program to Ik- heard evi rj
Sundaj night at the same time
over VVEDR-FM thereaftei
lures .i discussion in Yiddish oi
the Talmud in layman's language
Prior Talmudic knowledge i- not
required to participate as listenei
m the radio seminar
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Fashion Show
For Torah Fund
Beth Israel Sisterhood is holdini"
it- annual Torah Fund luncheon
and fashion show at Waldman's
Hotel on Tueadap noon, Feb 21.
Proceeds are earmarked for the
rogation education fund
Chairmen for the affair are kfn
Louis (ieller and Mr- l.ouis Pol
lack, with member- of the lunch
eon committee including Mesdames
Berel Wein. Bernard Bastacky,
David Hermon, s Louis Schwartz!
i H Mellnian and Morril Mo
Mr- Hymen Kolko is president
, of Sisterhood
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Friday. February 10 1967
+Jmt$ti Fkridfi&n
Page 15-B
Israel 9s
Destiny
Viewed ,
Rabbi David FoMah, tutbor, lee-
surer and spiritual leader of I am-
ple Beth Kmeth. Bvanston, 111., will
I" ,,k 'in 'The Destiny of Israel
\i! the Jewi still the < hosen
tie on Monday. !' p m in
unction with the adult studlea
ram of Temple Beth Slmli.in
, Miami Beach. according to Mis
Irving B Kaplan, chairman of the
temple's board of education
Rabbi Leon Kranlah will lerve
.is discussion leader
\ course on "Great Jewish Ideas
is being conducted at the temple
on Monda>s by Assistant Rabbi
iel Fraaael, and begins at 7:45
p m
Rabbi I'orush's most recent book.
The Higher Freedom.' won the
Frank and Btbel S. Cohen Award
by the Jewish Book Council
America for "an outstanding
h" thought
\ former chairman of the HtUTfj
.committee of the Central Confer
of American Rabbis, he is a
| past president of the Chicago As-
lion of Reform Rabbis.
Rabbi and Mrs. Leon Kxon;sh entertained a group of home-
coming colleae students and hioh school seniors at a break-
fast at their home here recently. Guest of honor was
Zeev Boneh. Consul General ci Israel for the Southeastern
Region of the U.S.. who addressed the group on 'What's
Happening in Israel Today." Shown ai(* Rabbi Daniel Franzel,
director of youth activities at Beth Sholom. Rabbi Kronish,
spiritual leader of Temple Beth Sholom; and Boneh.
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Is 'Have Heart1
Flamingo Chapter. National
[Children's Cardiac Hospital, will
huld its annual luncheon on
iWednesdaj noon, at the Starlight
I I in of the Biscayne Terrace
Hotel
Theme of the 1967 luncheon will
[In Vou (iotta Have Heart "
l aahion show of Adrian Thai
|furs will !> modeled by members
Df the chapter, and Dutch" Shul
mberger, CLU, humorist, will give
talk on "Personal Survival in a
U'11-h Button World."
In charge of reservations is Mrs
llrwng Whitman.
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"Message of Spring" will he the
theme of the fourth annual Miami
Reach Flower show to be sponsored
by four garden clubs this weekend
Participating in the joint ven
Iture are Mt Sinai Hospital. Miami
beach, Tropical and Palm-HlMacui
Star Island Garden Clubs To be
]h> It) .it the Garden Center and
lervatory, the show is sched
|nl"d for Saturday. 1 to 9 p.m.. and
Is day, 10 to 9 p.m
Mrs Mark ("irlin. Mt S1n.11 (..11
Club vice president, is flower
[show chairman.
Cosmetic Studio
Offers Lesson
In a feminine Betting of laven
dar, mauve and shocking pink.
highlighted by a crystal chande
lier. Thelma Green may be found
presiding over the Merle Norman
Cosmetic Studio at 1623 Michigan
Av>
Specializing in the art of make-
up and complexion care tailored
to the individual's needs, Mis-
Green is offering a free make up
lesson at her salon by appointment.
at which time guidance in com
plexioii care will also 1m- given
To enable those unable to a\ail
themselves of daytime hours to
Visit the Merle Norman Cosmetic
Studio. Miss Green will arrange
evening appointments.
Mrs. Fahringer
Dade Federal YP
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elected vice president of Dade
Federal Savings and Loan Asaoc
ation of Miami, announced Joseph
1 M I.ipton. president of the Assad-
ation. At the same time. Bruce
TiaaOl was advanced to the |H>st
of assistant treasurer
Mrs Fahringer has been UMtJ<
1 ated with Dade Federal since
1958. and has served as assistant
vice president in public relations,
.adverting, employee relations and kaltus. l id g.
Chan*!, Mion Rd
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Dignified, beautiful and
reverently cared for
surroundings for our
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a source of very real
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' employe* orientation programs.
Active in the savings and loan
industry since 1953, she holds the
highest degree offered by the
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Force Reserve
Square Dance
For Sisterhood
Beth David Sis-
a s dance on Saturday, 8:80
p in in Bpaetor Hail
< nl Harvey I Carver will
as i-.-i!h r .imi a III presei I pi o
fessional square dam p foi
entertainment.
Mis Morns Rahinowit/ and Mrs
Waller Kalk are chairmen, an.I
serving on the eaasmittee are Mrs
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No. 67. 1473
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