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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
February 17, 1967

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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Preceded by:
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Preceded by:
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Succeeded by:
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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
February 17, 1967

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 35317254
lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
System ID:
AA00010090:01985

Related Items

Related Items:
Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of South Broward
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of North Broward
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1985)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Pinellas County
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of South County
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Tampa
Preceded by:
Jewish unity
Preceded by:
Jewish weekly
Succeeded by:
Jewish Floridian/the Floridian newspaper

Full Text
eJewislh FloridLian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
one 43 Number 7
Miami. Florida, Friday, February 17. 1966
Three Sections Price
ritish Jews are Snubbed by Kosygin
IT SYRIAN REQUEST
Meet With
ITruce I nit
Postponed
Rl SALEM i \ The
: the extraordin
on "f the l-r.ii h S) rian
\i mistic Commissioi hed
| have been held this weel
" Mahanayim, was post
one week al the
: ihc Syi i.in i tovei nmenl
)< i i.iM Bull i
| Nations Truce Super
\ iration nf
1 ISM v meetings run
ment on
i tion ai it -iiIt n al
the demilitarized tones in
i .- ii nounced the
.ii the reqw *t
I lelegatioi
il Ihr l.si
G'i Bull abruptly adtourned
the 'hird meetinq on Feb 2 be-
[ ing beyond the fixed agenda with
?mands that Israel withdraw its
military forces and dismantle its
llleged fortification in the tones.
Is-rtl ha* consistently contend
rd that it has full sovereignty
/er the demiiitariied ions un-
aer the terms of its 1949 agree
ment with Syria.
Bull was informed b> Sj i ia
I w.-is not \ci read) to rt sume
with Israel, which tx ai
n 29 \ ipecial courier had
? i to no-man's-land here, where
i has its headquai ters, to
Gen Bull nf the Damascus
for .i deferment of the
i !en Bull immediate!) in
Continued on Page 8 A
Leading Nazi
Promises New
llallol Success
BONN ll \ Vdoll

'.. lal Den ocratic
I en here th
parl -i'
nt of thi ts in
late eli ctions sched
filed for I
are to be
i ,.
The M>|' ha
m the last I "... and II
1 time in
ts in the -'.it'- l<
Mures ol those Iv o sect! ins il \\ >-'
I
Von Thadden said his party
would pair many votes because
it will be v poo-ted bv the Na-
tional Farmers Association. The
leader of that organization, irri-
tated by the Bonn Government's
decision to reduce agricultural
Continued on Page 6 A
m
Remind Him of Vow
To Permit Reunion
Of Families in Israel
Joseph M. Lipton 'left Federation piesident. and Combined
Jewish Appeal campaign chairman, Milton Weiss, exchange
laughs with guest speaker. Chet Huntlev. NBC commentator,
ut a reception precedmq the C]A kick-off dinner last Sui
he DeauvilJ
Launch '67 CJA
With $667,000
BOSWOftTH AWARD TO KISIAK PAGE 6 A
HOW MERCANTILE DIVISION BEGAN PAGE 6-A
YEHUDA HEUMAN SCHEDULED ... PAGE 11 A
Some sri>T ik^> in gifts were an-
nounced at the inaugural reception
and dinner of the 1967 Combined
Jewish Appeal on Sunda) night al
the Deauville Moid
Over I'J.A
opener in behalf ol th
communit) 'a one lime, one f{i I
fair heard campaign chairman, Mil
Ion w i iss declare thai "more must
' \ this y<
mil
the stami en ices pi
\ ided
U >al '"i the 1967 drive in
the auspices ol the Bti
Jew .-Ii fed) ration .
NBC news commentator, Chet
Huntley. quest speaUer at the
event, declared that "the major
ity of Americans today all live
under the big lie technique.''
Iluntle) told the in poi
lui it ti> Vlel Nam 'M in the Middle
East it is all the same We hear
demagogues repeal old cliches and
old phrases o rj slogans and
mottoes, and through the process
ol repetition, we soon begin t-> ac
eept them Eventual!) we are
eroded b) them "
I he 1967 < l \ inaugural se
i ibute to
Josi pli M I ipton, president of the
Greater Miami Jewih Federation,
10 \ i ,M ~ of i utstandin
and dedical Jevt i-li community
Dr. Irving Lehrman. spiritual
leader of Temple Emanu-EI,
presented Lipton with a framed
antique Torah pointer on behalf
of the entire Jewish community.
\h Lipton leadership speak*
Conlinued on Paae 8-A
LONDON n \ i Represent
atives of British Jewry, failin
obtain a meeting with So> iel P
ier Kosygin during his eight da)
\ Isit i" I
randum thi- week to the Premiei
urging full it in of his
pledge to allow !{ ss an Jew to
lea\ e i he Sox iel I nion for reu
w ith membei nf 111 -. es li\
ing in othei countries
The Soviet leader promised dm
i visit 'n Paris last Decembei
thai Soviet i I h ril ies would not
hinder such emigration
The memorandum, signed by
the Board of Deputies of British
Jews, the Chief Rabbinate, the
Sephardic community leader and
all other major Jewish organiza-
tions here also urged the Prem-
ier to permit Soviet Jews to have
Jewish educational facilities and
to allow them to set up a central
Jewish religious body similar to
those which other religious
groups in the Soviet Union now
have.
I h<- memorandum noted appre
native!) K"-\ gin Pans det
turn that Jewish families wanting
'n leave Russia to be reunited with
relatives abroad could do so It
fervent!) hoped that administra
live difficulties or discouragement,
on either national or local levels
will i- removed for those Jews
Continued on Page 9-A
IGNORES CENSURE
School Exec
Won't Quit
Despite Row
w VYNE N I
ti Mill)
e president
I a rd of E
'
one, to ccnsui

Jewish candi lal the B '.
More th
the al bu Id
lie
at which all B i
eept Millei i Ihe re
tion Most members il Ihe
ence applauded the voti The
lutioi
peal to in--' j to the
pi inciples we in nut children
The vote followed an apology
by Miller, 47, an engineer for
Jersey Bell Telephone company.
Continued on Page 10-A
JEWISH CHARACTER NEEDED
Ivalz Says fcV Centers
Should be Sectarian
NEW ORLEANS JTA La-
bel A Kat2 lional
president ol B n it B rith
r111 week 11s position thai lewish
centers shoul lain Ji
ci.sm from Reform
cit)
Kal i the issue initiall)
las) month in an address h
the ex< cutixe c immittee
B nth Crand I ode \o 7 n
Brooklyn Jews Charge Bias
\\\\ S'ORK ITA rwelve
Jewish members of the Williams
inn g Committee Agaii si Po> ert)
have i esigned in prol ainst
He [ed disci imination b) lh< com
mittee againsl need) Jews in the
i | th< i Ited Jewish Organiza
tioni "i Willlamaburg reoorted
this week The Jewish group in-
eluded four rabbis Williamsburg
la ;i Brooklyn community with a
large concentration "f Negroes,
Puerto Ricans, and the lai
communit) ol Hassidic Jews in the
United States
l in- principal function of the
committee is to set up a p<
coi pot ation i<> direct arm i>o\ei t^
acth iti*- m the irea undei dlrec
: ve from Mitchell S\ irdofl
ministrator ol Nov. York ( r
Human Resources Department
In tendering their resignation.
the 12 Jewish members indicated
they were refusinq also to accept
responsibility for creation of Ihe
permanent organization. Their
letter was sent to the Rev. H.
Carl McCall chairman of the
New York City Council Against
Poverty.
The Jewish signers chai ged Ih it
othei ethnic groups represented on
Continued on Page 16 A
: declai ed I I
ol 14n m.
leans Jewisl
who I
ie to l

.leu I-I
l>\ ,i stll
I
tain men
Kat? called the Center's ra-
tion "a silent ard 'ul'tle Quota
system" whi:h vioiated "our
Judaic heritage and o-jr demo-
cratic leua. y He aigued that,
if the Center meant to have an
ooen member-.'irp policy. it
should be one cf admitting all
applications irrespective of race,
color or creed, without limita-
tion."
In the petition, a
t ii ol thi rral
: io clai phrase in Ihe
JO chattel thai lh< tal ( the
fentei as to devt lop an al
live attitude toward Jewish
Continued on Page 7-A
'


frsqe 2-A
Jenist fk r ictfon
Frday, February
FORMER PRIME MINISTER BEN-GURION DUE AT INAUGURAL
$30 Million Opener for Bond Drive
OPERA STAR JAN PEERCE SCHEDULED PAGE U A
".ii of v lion in Iracl
Bond sales during the initial phae
.M7 i ampaign leadii
to the internatior al inaugural con-
fere-nee hare Mai 2 to 4. at which
rr Israel I'rcnuer David Ben-
Gurion ill be guest of honor. va>
announced Wedne-da\ by Dr .'>-
eph J Schwartz, vice president of
the Israel Bond organization.
The 'otal objective for the 1967
dme is a record SI 15 million, to
le resources for the develop-
of ever) sector of Israels
economy, especially industrial pro
~>n for export. Dr Schwartz
aid.
In th period preceding the
conference. Dr. Schwartz added,
activity in communities through-
out the United States and Can-
ada has been geared to the en-
rollment of Israel Bond subscrib-
ers in honor of Mr. Ben-Gurion,
Israel's first Prime Minister.
The climax of the conference at
ebleau Hotel will be
Jh birthday tribute and I
ial dinner on Saturda>
Mar 4. for Mr Ben-Gurion.
0*. 10SIPH SCMHAMZ
who will be welcomed to the Crcat
er Miami area bj Mayor Elliott
Roosevelt of Miami Beach M
Robert King High of Miami, ami
other municipal state and Dade
Countv officials
Advertising Club
Essay Contest
For Hi Schoolers
lents of the H bren |
I for coi and thi '2~ "'h'
hishista
Dr. Schwarl [
Miami to write an
The moat meaningful tribute word* or less on'If I W
which can !>< offered Mr Ben nu
Gurion on hi< 80th b .,, ^
b<' ,h' w*Q w Radio, will be tiO
int in Israel Bond ago ,..h to rw
sail this year Thi- can kx I 12 first. Sir.
focus of intensive activity through decisive importance in carrying for the three winners
out the United States and Canada forward an increased program of school
Serving as chairmen of the confer development m a year ol difficult Promotional material 01
ence are Louis H Boyar of Is transition for its econont) test ha- alread' hi
Angela, chairman of the board of A, a lllIu.heon of th,. Naon ,.
governors of the I-rae Bond Or Wom|. ., D,vfa ^
Kanuat.on. and Samue Bothberg. Mar h|(h
of IVoria. Ill national campaign ,,.__ ,. in-_ ,. ,
. _____ ference. the |%, all l-rae Fash
chairman .. ...
ion Collection, which has h.
( nnference co-chairmen are Col assembled especially for the Israel
Jacob M Arvey. honorary chair Bond Organization, will ha
man of the Greater Chicago Com international premiere showing to
mittee for Israel Bond-: Morris W mark the launching ol the worn
en's campaign for this year ui
Mrs
the Stati I I for bis
pioneering initiative In the crea
lion of tl d di ive I
for the
country's economic d enl
The inaugural conference I
Berinstein. of Albany N Y nation
al chairman for Trustees of Israel, the chairmanship of
Ira Guilden, ol New York, Israel Peerce
Bond rational chairman, and Dr
Schwartz.
w Mil imoni Jtmrf .
UTS CELEBRATE
Ben-Gurion's 80th Birthday
By Giving te The
Combined Jewish Appeal
YOU ALSO GIVE TO ISKA
Mayskie Friedb -.
Young Israel Dinner Plans Finalized
id< '
: ol Gn ati : M ami, announced
plan- hav< for the
annual Young Israel dinnei to be
held at the f leau Hoti
I m
hairman for the din
i- Arthur Weingart)
\t nei bi unch hel
ntlj. th<
committee was formed with
foil iv, ing membei
ilaii> Lerni BV 1 Lerner, Dr
Nussbaum, Emanuel I 1
1 Sat n-hroan. Hai
rj GOtnbl
eph Lieberman, Merman l
Samuel Reinhard, Herbert
llii-eh Elias Thaw. Louis Getzoff,
Art Wein Israel Itzkowiu
and Rabbi Sherwin Staub
dual leader i I the congregation
The brui I with a
t.ilk by Samuel Reinhard Hosts
foi the brunch v1 11 Ben 1/
Many Lerner, Emanuel 1
Nat Tishman, and Dr S'l! Nuss
baum
More than 3,000 prominent
civic and communal leaders from
all parts of the United States,
Canada and other nations of the
free world art expected to at-
tend the conference and the trib-
ute dinner to Mr. Ben-Gurion.
which will mark the forma
launching of the 1967 Israel
Bond campaign.
Commenting "n
All sessions of the three-daj l-
raei Bond conference will b held
at the Fontaincbleaii Hotel Admis
-ion tn the Ben-Gurion dinner will
be based on the purchse ol II 000
or more in Israel Bond-
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Friday. February 17, 1967
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Page 3-A
Rabbi Malavsky Seats Broward ZOA
JEWISH FAMILY AND CHILDREN'S SERVICE NEW BUILDING. 1790 SW 27TH AVE.. MIAMI.
I Children's Service Moves
Into Site on SW27th Ave.
Firsl installation dinner of the
Broward District <>f Zionist 0
n "i Vmerica held recently
at Temple Beth Shalom in llollj
marked the district's 16th
annivei ( hairman was Rabbi Morton
Malavsk} rei i i Betl Shalom,
and installing officer and main
speaker was Rabbi David Shapii i
of Temple Sinai, Hollywood, al-<>
president of Southeast Region
ZOA
Taking office were Sam .1 Perrj .
president for a fourth year; Rabbi
Morton Malavsky, vice president
Isadore Goldberg, secretarj David
M Harris, financial secretary;
Morris Kristal, treasurer; Robert
Berman. Herman \renson, Louis
wish Family and Children's Service has
d into it- new building at 17'HI s\\ 27th
V.. Miami
The public i- Invited t inspect the new fa
, .it*v at official dedication ceremonies scheduled
.junction with an Open House on Sunday,
Mar 5. 2 to 5 p.m.
"Then were several important factors infill
OUT decision to build our own quarter-
-aiii Icon Fisher, executive director of JFCS,
aI* conceived the idea In the spring of 1963
The agency's former headquarters simply
wen inadequate for carrying out our many pro-
as well as for increased staff," Fisher e\
plained. "Besides, it became Increasingly appar-
ent t"i.it we needed a plav therapy room, a room
for ,' lip inters lew-, a room for the showing of
for adoption, an observation room, is
well .1- more adequate facilities for the agency's
trained social workers to interview whole family
unit"
Fisher noted that -inco our lease was term
inating, it became evident that we had to decide
whether to renew, look for space elsewhere, or
to build our own building "
Once the decision was made for the last 0
the alternatives, a building committee wa- e-tali
lished bj Hen Novack, of St. Louis other mem-
bers included Dr. Melvin Becker. JFCS president,
Emanuel Pollack. Eugene R Kat7. Walter Falk.
Mrs Burton B. Goldstein, Sidney Lefcourt and
Mr- Charles Goldstein.
The most important thing," according to
Fisher, "is that none of the funds necessary for
the completion of the project came either from
the i nited Fund or the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation, of which we are a participating
agency. Neither.' Fi-her emphasized, was one
cent of the agency's operating budget used
"The entire cost of the new building, even
including, furnishings, came from contributions
by members of our board, as well a- from friends
01 JFCS
$100,000 Donated To Hospital By Wm. Morris Exec.
\ alifornlan h.i- donated
$1(>CM. to the proposed Island
Vi< 1 Hospital, it was announced
by thi medical center's Develop
mi iffice
lanthropic Sam WeUbord
is e\i nivt tice president ol t he
William Morris Theatrical Agency
Hi the late Mrs Goldie
W' Li rd, suffered from heart dis
es e a: was under the care ol
D !'.: N 1 ne of the hos
pi' il .: di rs
Di L'nger proloi
re Mr Wei
pi (onti ibution
- to
$10 million medical cen
ted l ch and pre
hi ex| lained
ter Mi Harold Granoff
Beach resident and
the organizers of the Island
pw Hospital's Women- Commit
1 he dynamic Wcisbord, recentl)
! ed in a nat mal n at atine be
Spinoza forum Hears lecture
Dr Abraham IVolfson will lee-
t e on 'The Trial oi Socrates i
Spinoza Forum for Adult
I lucation on Thursday. 10 a m
Washington Federal. 1134 Wash
..ton Ave,
Kan hi' career in true Horatio Al
tier fashion at tin- age of i> as an
worker for the company for
which he is now a top executive
VV'eisbord said that "Island View
Hospital appeals to me because it
is .1 forward-moving, unique insti-
tution In architecture, in the >p-
plication of medical research dis
coveries, Ihe hospital "ill be a pilot
pel for the whole country The
only way to fight the rising di
1- through research and pre
vent ion and that's what Island
View Ho-pital will do .lu-t last
more than -i\ rimes as man)
Americans died Iron disease as
killed in all of World Wai
ll

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REAR CONVENIENT TO BUSES
728 LINCOLN ROAD
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Phon* JE 8-0749
Oculiitt' Prescriptions filled
CONTACT LENSES
When asked about a Californian
supporting a Florida institution, he
replied, "It makes no difference
Human life is important Geogra-
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ftrongVrtSaft-GfVw
Hoars of Continuous
Relief from Minor
ARTHRITIS MIM
Arcin* givee houri of eonlinuoui
relief from arthritis' minor paire
ven such chronic pain ariiinf from
Seep in the joints. Anacin also re-
duces swelling an.I InAktl n StloR. la
niimtii pain g-oes so that it's easier
to moil afflicted limbs again. The
reason Anacin Tablets are so effeo-
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rallever must reo tnniende-l by doctors
plus an 0xt'a ingredient not found
'n leading aspirins or buffera4
oi.'lus. Take aa directaeL
*ponpn Wvt^n' **
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
Phone Jf 1 3595
945 MICHIGAN AVE.. MIAMI BEACH
Harris, Max Sloan Vnsel W
stem. Cantor Ernest Steinei In
ins Ixenhorn, Sej mom U a
Lsadore Shapiro, board members
Entertainment featured
selections bj In ne and Judj
,1' skj. and by Ca
pit En.....I 1
erdale, with Deeva Solo* al the
Rabbi Malavsk\ led a
plaque lo President Perrj foi
liable and dedicated li bois on (>,
half 01 Broward Zioni I District."
Business Meeting for Seniors
Entertainment and refres hr ei I;
will follow tin' business agenda of
the meeting planned b> Flo
Senior Citizens Club on M01
Charnow, Hi A t'nlm. .lulius w 2 p.m.. al 84". Washinctoi \
We
don't believe this
... Do you?
Some people who come m to make funeral ar-
rangements for others, say,"When I die. I don't
care what happens to me."
There could be many reasons for such an
attitude. They may think themselves unworthy
of the respect and love of their families and
friends. It could be Ahistlmg m the dark. What-
ever the reason, we note that such people never
pre plan their own funerals.
This ib good because funeral services are not
primarily for the deceased. The services en-
courage the expression of grief and the feeling
of loss. When this expression is delayed or sup-
pressed, the loss may become more difficult to
bear and self-damaging. At our Chapels, helped
and supported by our comforting service, the
bereaved begin tne first step into the living
future.
In this process, the epenence and knowledge
of our funeral directors p'ay a vital role That is
why so many generations of the same families
return to us.
Garlick Parkside in Miami can make all arrange-
ments for service in New York. Garlick Parkside in
New York can make all arrangements in Miami.
One telephone call to any Garlick Chapel in either
City is all that is needed.
We have always felt a special responsibility to the
community and we are grateful that it has re
sponded by making Garlick Parkside the largest
tamdy owned Chapels serving Jewish families
F
MEN
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The American Way
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Brotherhood observ-
-r.ee which .s -.ere and nationally
the National Conference :: Christiana rod
lews, as are Miami s Brotherhood Dinne* ar.a
_-.e awards to these distinguished -.".i^ens.
But Brotherhood Week and the festiv.t.es
lurrounding if are intended for a higher sym-
bolic purpose. They are intended to suggest
t.-.e tratemity of mar..-:..-.:: the unity of all races.
:;eeds and rehc.ons under the Fatherhood
c: God.
NCCI was. itself, founded in 13:8 with an
eye or. enlisting people of goodwill who. v. .
: _' romprom.se of conscience work together
la build better relationships. Through its di-
verse educational programs, the National Con-
rerence of Christians and Jews reaches untold
.^ns of Americans annually for the promo-
ter, of interiaith and intsaac al barmony under
Ice umbrellc of our .nations' pluralistic society.
Brotherhood Week .s a once-a-year celebra-
tion. If we lecrr. anything at all from our
- P< ucal and moral
~.p:es i! _s true thai the son i Brother-
hood must be gj : year with-
out fuse Df far.:-.--: simply z^-.z-zse it is the
IC z-e
I us determine in 1967 that Brotherhood
the human way to be but
.: .s also be hum s Arr.er
Meeting Our Commitment
-:.e 1967 Combined Jewish Appeal is off
:c c fine start. Sunday night s mauaura! dinner
was the site of an an: | S66"\0OC
already pledaed toward the '67 goal oi
Si.676,767.
The Miami Jewish community blows of the
many humanitarian programs e-a-vecr
a:ft supports, including upward of 50 CIA c'gen-
c.es locally, nationally, abroad and in Israel.
In discussing our Middle rnrn.trr.-
..-.ternationally-renowned N3C orr.rr.en-
i Chet Hum, the children
rael are to- ,s;or
be tolerance
He rculd
ieed

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dessm ore
rves oui Menu
31 -_-.e c~ goal wil] ie
D oversubscribe
His Music Will Live
We are saddened by the death of I>r 1-rae.
Goldiarc ?: Beth Israel Ar.she Emes, ot Brook-
N ':
Dr. Goldfarb was a nationally-known exoert
in litura.ra! melody and Hczcr.ut syr.aaogue
music at the Jewish Theolog.cal Seminary
There _s hardly a J?w vrho does not how
his famous Sholom Aleicherr. amor.-: many
other of his compositions sunc throughout the
world.
E>r. Goldfarb was a freguer.t Miami v.s.tor
He was the father of Mrs. Irving Lean
who .s t.-.e w-Je of Dr. bring Lehman, spii
leader oi Temple Em ami-El heie.
rfis ochre life as rol ei
come to an er.d but the synagogue music he
crec- live on.
Mid-Winter Conference
Seeder Miami Will fl iuaj
trence dinner ol the A~e-
Israel Histadrut Development Fo
sou Hotel
:e- ecu Hotel
Orccn.zed here s.v
years cao the has
than S8.OO0 000 to support the medical sen
vocation ining and ether :.
cspects of the Histadru' I :e*.
The corJerer.ce is expected to ratify a
honwide drive to reach I 30C 00C :
bequests, legacies
end ureni year. J
3el Arnon one of Israel s mosl I
c.p.orna^ and eloquent spokesmen
ore reauz<-
Mmitions
serv ag
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luring the week
...as'rseeit
by l0 MINDUN
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Friday. February 17. 1967
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Pcrge 5
AT EIGHTH ANNUAL CONVOCATION FEB. 28
Seminary Will Honor Sen. Ribicoff

Sen Abraham A Ribicoff. of
( onnecticut, will receive the Herb
. ,t H Lehman Medal of the Jew
-ti IbeologiCft] Seminaly of Amer
ica at its eighth annual convoca-
:ion on Tuesday. Feb. 28, at Temple
I ii El, it was announced by
In Louis Finkelsteln, chancelloi
, the Seminary.
Pr F'mkelstein said that the
medal la being presented to the
i onnecticut Senator for his "lead
I rship in the effort to establish
. Great Society in this land which
will insure the freedom of each
dividual to fulfill his own po-
tential, unencumbered b) ignor-
jnd unimpeded by poverty.'
He pointed out in the words of
Chief Justics Earl Warren, the
late Herbert H. Lehman had "be-
come a spokesman for the Amer-
ican conscience." He said that
the Seminary had created a med-
StN. KIBICOff
al in the name of the late New
York Senator for "presentation
to distinguished exemplars of the
ethical truths by which men
should live."
The Senator will be the principal
speaker later in the evening at the
Seminary's convocation dinner at
the Diplomat Hotel in Hollywood
A highlight of the dinner will be
presentation of the National Com
munity Service Award to a num-
ber of distinguished laymen
throughout the United States and
Canada "for dedication to the high
esl principles of Judaism and ex-
emplary leadership in the endeav-
or to enrich the spiritual lit*- of
the community
Rccipienta <>f the hrnn/e plaque
award are Philip Horwich, Chicago;
Marvin II Itts, Voungstown, O; A.
.1 tlolask) Miami Beach; Jacob
Popkin, Springfield, Mass Philip
Greenberg in Friedland Lecture
II. Sagarin. Bridgeport. Conn.
Charles F. Smith. Washington.
D.C.; and Abe Widcs. Indianapolis
In a rich career of public service
Sen Ribicoff has held a wide var-
iety of posts He is believed to be
the only active American public
official uho has served as a mem
ber of a State I-egislature. a judge.
a Congressman, a governor, a
member of the President's Cabinet
and a I'nited States Senator.
He was elected to Congress in
1948 and after two terms in
Washington, became Governor of
Connecticut. In 1960, the late
President John F. Kennedy asked
Ribicoff to ioin his Cabinet as
Secretary of Health, Education
and Welfare. Several years later,
he was elected to the United
States Senate in which he has
been active crusader for highway
safety, reconstruction of our
cities and increased health and
educational opportunities.
The Jewish Theological Seminary
Ir Simon Greenberg, one of
ca'i k ading Jewish educa
- will deliver the eighth annual
.ill ledland lecture al ;i eon
ration i the Jewish 'I hi
arj "i America to be held
28 al Temple Emanu-EI in
: i'.
Viet lor ol the Semii
d i I ellor ot n- u r-i i
h the i nivei -' ol Judi
Dr. Gn I
in
:-:: l a lition '
' ition in whi
< in -id- an !
also Ii
''' ihe
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Dr. Greenberg has served
inca 1932 on the faculty of the
Seminary which trains rabbis,
cantors ard relig/ous '.chool lead-
*rs for the Cort'.ervative move-
ment. He has acted as its provost
and has also been executive di-
'ector of the United Synagogue
of America and president of the
Rabbinical Assembly of America.
He was the spiritual lead)
> I emple in Philadelphia
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Friday. February 17. 1957
kislak to Receive Harold Bosworth
Award at CJA Mercantile Luncheon
i Kit irman of "ho
I I Kislak M 11'
t orp ol Florida
ana i-vionh I
k% ard for com
' lined
Jewish I :cantile I
m on Thursdav Feb
which h
innually for the last two
ears i named for th. late Harold
ne direct
Jorn and a leader n 1
community.
hu in
Kislak was selected by a spe-
cial committee for the presenta-
ian to an individual "whose ac-
complishments embody the high-
est traditions of service and
eedication to the welfare of his
fellow man and his community."
J. f. KliAK
Previous!) the award had been
presented to a member oi the mer-
cantile industry Th'- yaai how
the Cnmhitifd Jewish Apixal
(led the award to include the
of the ntire eommunit)
Ki-lak who served as campa
chairman of th<- Combined Jew
iafa Appeal in 1966. 1- h inorary
chairman of the 1!*6"7 drive He u
a member of bo:)i the executive
comii rid the board oi go\
ernoi Miami Jewish
Federation
a former campaign chairman
and vice president of the I'nited
Fund of ; >a |< 1 mntj Kislak i I
he Florida Council ol
l"-i Miami 1
e of 21. and the Cil
Board of the L*ni\ if Miami
He i a din ctoi of the M
1 ommerce, ex-
ecutivi -i of the n.i
of Christians snd
Jews, past direi tor ol the Ami
Red CrOSS in Miami, executive
1 membi r of the Boj Scout?
of America, 1 board membei and
oirt ctor of .Inn.or Ach I
and a past president and board ol
rnors member of the sta:
Club
The first recipient to receive
the Harold B. Bosworth Memori
al Award was John N. Serbin.
Serbin now serves as Special
Gifts chairman for the Mercan-
tile Division. Last year the award
was presented to Jacob Rabino-
witx.
The Mercantile Division lunch
con. which kicks off the 196*7
for the industry, will
feature Yehuda l1
utive
1 can Jev
ish m ganizal
WITH DIRECTION FROM ALFRED DANIELS AND BOB MACHT
How the Mercantile Division Started
\- the
14- row r. a^ d 1 d, the el
its development have rev
! on all aspects of the
1 nit in business, in civic
in philanthi
Icings
Mercai till ol the
: Jewish \; pi al 1 a dra
matic example of the growth po
,1 community ventun
prior to 19*>1 then- was no Mercan
Basically, the division's devel-
opment process is the story of
ROBERT MACHT
Top Nazi Leader
Sees Many New
Successes Ahead
Continued from Page 1-A
subsidies, due to general budget
difficulties, announced that the
4armers, peasants and farm work-
ers would vote for the NDP.

'
1 lure. Thi en was
001 sh iv the Mil'
rest of the
Mil' lote in ol late 1 tions
Howi ver, it was believed tin
n to run no ND
1 : ': dm
1
1
a Vt- -1 Berlin cot I
1 ..I bans
hnatkf aa .1 ph) -man The
> him to a 1
t 1 hall yi .
two men, the guidance and lead-
ership of Alfred H. Daniels, of
Burdine's Department Stores,
and Robert Macht, of Jordan
Marsh.
In lfJflO. when the Com!
Jewish Appeal was 22 years old.
there was no Mercantile Div
structure I JA contributions were
red b\ a heti ;roup
(l workei
like John Temple. Alex
man. Mai Marshall Sam Ka
Mel Warshaw, Jacob R ibii
Inins Saal. Merman Kubm.
Weinstein, John Serbin, and other
indiv iduals in the busini 1
munity who singlj i I> ol 1.
the 1 JA
bin mel
Macht and Daniels lo dh
the possibility of centralbin
fund raising effort in the Mercan-
tile Industry The;
hp of the piospt
division t 161 CJA 1
and started recruiting leadership
the various sub-groups which
had decided to ii dude Ap
pare), Departnv nl Store and Re-
tail, Furnitun Shoes
As a result of their efforts,
the newly created Mercantile Di-
vision raised $41,670 received
from 152 contributors. In 1962,
Macht and Daniels again headed
the mercantile industry drive,
with a gain at the end of the
campaign a total of $45 780
received from 184 contributors.
\- the 'li\ ision I Macht
and Daniels wen- able lo I
i in the fund-rai
' i in l!*i:< lhe> relinquish
<'! 'i manship I ph F!
I William
s Ruben, of Jordan Mai sh
I hrou h the and Ruben, the divi
- Mel Kllr
Attorney to be Guest Speaker
Loc Robert H
will be guest sp the
monthlj of Bn
i ha|
hood Month on
Hotel
nessi it) *hoM
accomplishments embody the high
est tradith ice and dedi
cation to the welfare of his fellow
man and hi> community
The first recipient of the .
John V Serbin. of Serbin
Inc In i$m>i. the award wa-
ll Rabinowitz, of M
ami D : ("enter. The .i
i- pi.....ited at the annual Mai
candle Division luncheon which
this year scheduled for Thurs
day, Feb 23, at the Du|>ont 1
Hotel
AlFMD DANItLS
of Seat Hai 15 Mizrach K 1
Kole \ J Alexander. Kent Furni
Morris Rabinov itz, Miam
Diamond Center; Stewart Sunneaa
Pix Sh 1 the late Harold B Bo*
worth, Jordan Marsh Hy Liptin
Richards Marvin Brandadorf, Pis
Maxwell II Weisblatt, 1
Marsh ai d M I Vmei i
a Knitting Mills
The 'i tinn, weie abli
rn 11 other Ii lainess
nmunitv in addition
: the ex
ecutive |
lo work in tlu campaign drive In
the Men Division rail
ed 155.180 from 218 contribul 11
In 1964, 1965, and 1966. with
an ever-increasing growth of
volunteers, the monies raised in-
creased dynamically: in 1964
$64,456 from 299 contributors;
in 1965 $68,457 from 496 con-
tributors; and in 1966 $108,-
709 from 576 contributors.
In sis short years the divis
had raised SI 06.706 up froi
x4i 670 I he div Ision cam| 1
K
In 1965, 1
instituti il an award dedicated to
the memory of Harold B Bosworth
Harold i: Boewortfa Memo
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Page 7-A
Katz Says "\ Centers
Should be Sectarian

Continued from Page 1-A
I he a
i i thi< ihra to mi

i, be .1 Jew
, |
inford S
i
: onal .1
Si N'i x. i k (hat
i Jew
il del "I' ci sel> ;i(
j, f the Center to
: and pro
m ,i that ipcn men bership
is i krj foi .i
c i
lelopment in
trow rsj Reform rabbis
in sermons and
.- en synagogue bul
:. Rabbi eo \ Bergman K.ii>
l Nathaniel i'il Rabbi .lay
i bailenged Kat? in ser
n and bulletin statements Rab
i man critic *ed Kati for tak
ii the issue to Un press Rabbi
e also protested the develop
of the issue into a "public
f
Katz noted thai bring
lion out to t*e opei
v..- ary ai tul" be
most Ji Orleans
had not been a f thi < entei '.-
membership po!ic> lie said he
Share that
lews, .i- ii -h i
he in !. is and on n i
i..t the sup|
tion
drnon
i.
nmunit) Cci '
a v feel stronglj. Kat
pi ',' Jewish < entei pro-
m :i\ail it I'll ol .ni
unparalleled opportunity, arid ol
i ssential sen ice to the en
tire Jewish community bj encour-
our Ji w ish youth to sha
; cultural and educational i x
p. i ience in < totall) Jew ish en-
t ironmenl
"If the Reform rabbis believe
that one does not have to be a
Jew to achieve an affirmative
identification with Jewish life,"
Kati said, then the question
should be raised about permit-
ting non-Jews to participate in
Refoim programs for youth, and
to be members of the congrega-
tions, fince "much of their con-
gregational programming and ac-
tivities, other than religious serv-
ices, parallels that of the Jewish
Center/'
He i ha
i ned
and i
Ii
i h C< ntei
In hi i presi Katz

nendi
titution's aim v as the
ird Jewl h He
the signers ol the petition bel e\ d
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Fnday, February 17. 195-
Seminary Vice Chancellor to be Speaker
On 'God of Abraham' at Temple Menorah
vi \
1,. narj
;i be -' I'
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his
l.iving
and w II '< the

by Ja
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His
ch lei

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I
i and now
a new I
be publi.shed b; thi le
ish I'uiiln ationa Sociel
ol the Rabh
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1 ollowing- Dr v." -
(here will be a qui
swei period din 1
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Menorahi B Ed

?ph M. Lipion second tiom nciht president Lehrmcn. Sam Blank. Joseph Kantor, and Sid-
Ihe Greater Miami Jewish Federation re- ney Lefcourt on Sunday night at the Deauville
M honors o; the Combined Jewish Appeal Hotel.
joura! dinner from ;!eft to right^ Dr. Irving
CJA Opens With $667,000
Continued from Page 1-A
i
- lne> i '! mediate past
i deration, presented
in with a bronze and walnut
in behai a)
m | h K.r national
sei led him m 1th a leathei bound
album containing hundreds of lot
ters ol congratulations and tribute
from individuals and organizations
in the Greater Miami community
The NBC news commentator,
other half of the celebi it< i Hunt
le> Brinklej team, told the gather
of thi '"' ted Jewish Vppeal >"- I recall my last trip to Israel
i ith a special gift I remei ber the child: ''-.it
the I'JA a I I \ l.i ad.' shi| ted
.i product of the
Now they arc living b) the per
: ission or the to!.
hildren alone justify out
and our supp
Rotiimi' f the
ii<'' Huntlej declared
v.--. rep I
itolen Arab land. I i
thrown into the sea, that
thou- will be no i the
u final tation to Lipton Middle East until Israel rio I
made bj Blank who pre exists all of these slo
Border Talks With Syria
Vre Post poned Once Again
d madi entin !> The leadership of American
-' ^ry bows to Joseph Lipton as
r. Miami.' He has served this
; -eat community with sincerity
d dignitv. His sense of com-
~ tment has made him a natiorv
as well as a local leader," said
- r.tor.

Continued from Page 1-A
ed Uoshe Sasson Israel schiel
Bti t<> the ISMAC, who was ..
time, at Kibhut? Ayelet, near
nanavr to proceed to
site ' session. Mr. S:i--nn
-ulted the Foreign Ministry
then notified Gen Hull that
I agreed to the postponement
officially Syria told (ien Bull
OUI Sidl is Ol Hi lead'.
- ds in" e to prepare f r the
Dr. Nour E. Atassi. who told a
Damascus meeting that the Is-
raeli problem can be solved
"only through war." In his
speech. Dr. Atassi also pledged
further support to the "Arab lib-
eration movements," saying that
Syria would "not be the guardian
of Israel's borders."
In an article published in the
latest issue of the Armj weekly,
..null. Prime Minister Levi
loI refuted <... thai
i d not hesitate to exert force
aKain>t Jordan while avoiding the
-ion Political circles here be
thai the Damascus decision
call for delay was the result
serious rift on the Israeli use of force against Syria
. withm the Syrian Govern-
rulint junta One side is "when we found it necessary to
eved to n isl thai Syria should ,cl a-ams' Syria. Mi Bshkol de-
* at least some willingness to llared- "* employed tank- and
perati with the United Nations Pla" When we decided, we act
i tak. that would cause ,''1 We sl,;,1! rever1 '" "'- use of
ISMAC talks to collapse An Brms in accordance with the re
er faction presumably wants to 1rements and circumstances on
h toward insistence on Syria's the merit of each caae." Mr Eshkol
warned the Syrians that thej were
too far m then persist l
attempts both to undermine the
talks m the Armistice Commi
and then continued acts of sabo
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Friday. February 17. 1967
* Jen ist fkr idlimr
Page 9-A
Kosygin Refuses to Meet With British Delegation
Cor* nued l-om Page 1-A
pi Ij iciiu ion
I i i
' full
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and
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Mi
i

B' if

n itieni
t o'd*n:
o* the
availabl
nity ir
jppeii
it con
pst *n
p-ovii'C
and cu!'
Tir-d s-
Jews it went on, are
today in the
<* e->--^r-tial means for
- ng their existence as a
y granted to other
Mes and groups in ac-
with the Constitution
5SR are in practice,
? to the Jewish commu-
ter tester degree. "We
herefore. respectifully,"
jed, "but with the deep-
"y, that there be proper
- for Jewish educational
.ral facilities in Hebrew,
tnd Russian."
pointed out
rith a lewish
th. no ^na
facilities
,. -en till religious require
mi- short) '
ook t! publication ol
-'\
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t
I.. r -mi
[01
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Seniors Nominate Officers
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n of
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\ict Jewry at inti
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half
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the
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ons in ihi i
Meanw' lie, an unprecedented
total of 235 members of Parlia-
ment S'aned a motion pending
in the House of Commons re-
questing the Biiti'.h Governmnt
to use its "pood offices" with
the Soviet Government to secuie
equality of trejtment for the
Jews in the Soviet Union. Sir
B-Jrneft Janner. veteran Laborite
and a moving figure in organiza-
tion of support for the petition,
pointed out that this was the
largest number of signatures to
appear on any motion in the life
of this Parliament. Sir Barnett
was one of the leaders of a
parliamentary delegation which
visited the Soviet Embassy to
submit the memorandum to Ko-
sygin.
"I hope nil visitor will realize
h much pe i rned
about tin> problem." Sii
, the S
ilinisti
'i'
the fei i thi
Writing in thi Gua dian that
I 1 in ced the

li-
lt hat Mr. K
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. L'nion and ha -
sine Kl chi '-hi
the politics sta I
: them."
i- i related d

!-' appealin to
i,. |
t'ws in tl I
Eml y hen
'' I ided b> Sir
Barm Ian i rr Ev. h
itive Thi' letter drew Mr
Kosygin's attention to the fact that
265 n i ml ei of Pat liament, of all
parties, had signed ;i motioi which
expressed concern over "the con
tinuing difficulties confronting the
Jews in the USSR" and asked the
!' tish Government t<> use its
: offices to securi foi the Jews
the basic human rights afforded
other Soviet citizens
The letter told Mr. Kosygin:
"In writing to you on a subject
which touches the hearts and
minds of men and women every-
where who cherish the cause of
human rights and freedom, we
are mindful that we address the
i epres?ntatives of the USSR, a
country which a quarter of a
century ago played a leading
role in confronting and destroy-
ing on its territorv the greatest
menace to human freedom man-
kind htis ever known. It is with
regard 'o the free development
of one of your recognized
groups, the Jewish community,
which ve understand is esti-
mated at some three million,
that we feel called upon to con-
v< / our anxiety."
i i .-lit told
! that
i on re

reputi ii their fi i
for thi So1 el nion and the S
and Ii i Communi I
in various countries, includii
United Kingdi
win'.', according to the Soviet
ion, the> said, fi i edom ol
r< ious worship is n
itizens, hi iwes. ei it is a mat
ter for regret that, accoi i
the information received,
So*, i.i Jew i left either without syna
ethei or too few and
that thej urgently need ;
.....r essential reli
: squicaune I urged
that this sit i
.ii
lo practice the
Jewish people I .
timi
The Ml' ft
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A Jevish
lead. messed dis-
pleasure o -pa'ance on
a t i of Jewsn
student e,>ie:-en'j'ives with
som !eaj?-s of Li-'ainian Lith-
uanian L il. *-> ard Esthonian
cm:ge orgarixationi who com-
plaineJ afco.-t Soviet coloma-
ism."

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taden disagreed. He considered Theater
a legitimate means of bringing light into
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ermined to start one.
Since then- was no body of drama writ-
ten in the common language, he had to
start from scratch, writing plays and
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and choosing costumes. With no models
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and techniques, appropriate to a simple
culture which had hardly progressed
hi nee the 17th Century.
lewish audiences responded immedi-
ately. By 1879 Jewish theaters emulating
his productions were springing up in all
major cities. He turned to the glories of
the past for material and composed oper-
ettas that would foster the spirit of self-
respect and opposition to t> ranny.
When he came to New York in 1883.
he found his fellow immigrants slaving
at low wages and living in squalid pov-
erty, unable to escape the dreary mo-
ny of their lives. Lost to the language
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Sholem Asch and 1. .1 Singer.
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+ knist fhridli r
Friday, February 17, 1967
Qualified School
Accreditation Is
Evening Topic
Former Miami Beach Mayor Harold Shapiro receives a special
plaque from Rabbi Phjneas Weberman. honoring him for his
outstanding eiforts on behalf of Ohev Shalom Congregation,
"he presentation, made at Ohev Shalom's fourth annual din-
ner at the Fontcmebleau Hotel, was followed by the surprise
visit oi television comedian Jackie Mason. Rabb; Weberman
s Ohev Shalom spiritual leader.
Bigoted School
Exec WonH Quit
Continued from Page 1-A
In his apology to the township's
! 000 Jews, Miller refused to
retract or modify his statement.
In it, he said "Most Jewish peo-
ple are liberals, especially when
i. comes to spending for educa-
tion." He then referred to the
candidacies of Jack Mandell, an
incumbent, and Robert Kraus,
and noted that another incum-
bent, Fred Lafer, also was Jew-
ish.
. .- .
f Mandi
two

two
.\ hat

the
itement i
:
ipporting
I $3,500,000
M,
which lu
hi|
launch supi
d thai "all I can sa) Is the re-
ts not inl
I
I have
censure
R d at
fur rei
'.:
Mandell sat next lo Milk
'. nil
Miller talk about their Ion
~liip. Mandell s*i I 'You're right.
Ne t We have beam triandi but
rieves me tn iaj that \ou are
,ii anti Semite and I bigot
Other comments was equally
severe. Mayor Edward Sisco Mid
Miller had "gone too far." And-
Miami Hi 'S7 Nans Reunion
Miami S
tanning a tenth i union
ring v
I icbel 'Rikki i Id u I and
Daniel Jaffe fGail I
-. eking infoi from m
oup
rew Militello, president of the
Wayne Parent Teachers Council,
said "I am sick over this." Rabbi
Shai Shacknai. of Temple Beth
Tikvah, said "the Jewish people
in Wayne will survive this re-
gression to the Middle Ages. My
concern at the moment is not for
the Jews but for Wayne. I shall
do whatever I can to assure that
Mr. Miller does not represent
the community of Wayne again."
I
r!
ers a

think ||
..
1. I ard P Mart
'
said I was shot
["here

but I think it i- a fi it-.
e Township hij I
ities broki u hool
i in tor a club call
were suapei
middli urban
l e Lake Pack-
anack section
Mew Jersej re-
al director ol the Anti Defam-
: League ol I', nai B rith ex-
it at Miller i statement
and laid that the ADI. "alonu with
and the
- d .i pub
moral apologj Ol hi
i mined..:
He also voiced surprise at
Miller's reference to Christian
content of Christmas celebra-
tions in public schools, which,
Mr. Kohler noted, *rt in opposi-
tion to recent Supreme Court
decisions.
Marti!. .Jtiw.. president of the
New Jersej chapter of the Amer-
ican Jewish Committee, -aid Not
only is this public demonstration
of bad taste and poor community
spirit, as the ftyor of Wayne ha"
poiavtl but it l- a clear cv
ample of the bigoted mind of an
irk. and has no
place in American life."
ublic. ami is set for 8 13 p n
mple Beth S i
Accreditation pi ogram will
landmark in the attempt to i.ii-'
tandards ol Jewish educa
i ommui itj dei lared l
:hwartzmi it ive din
Three years of intense study
ind research have gone into the
program. Curriculum, supervi-
sion, administration, time allo-
cation, budget, licensed teach-
rs, physical facilities, have been
examined in great detail through
i special checklist of qualifica-
tions before recommendation
'or accreditation was approved.
I ial Certificates of Accredi
will be awarded to qualified
ihools in ti> separate categories
ccreditation for Hebrew depart
- of three day a week schools
nd accreditation of one-day a week
epartments, or Sunday schools
he certificates will be valid foi
a/0 year-, until July 1, 1SH58. and
ill be subject to review and re
ewal Analysis of the total pro
edure and announcement of the
Is to be accredited will be
: ti-d in detail bj
ian
Accreditation program
. idc c osultation with
>nnc; al direct
abbis, and community was
inally approved by the Board ol
icense and the executive commit
Jewish
Board of License of the Bureau
consists of Rabbi Solomon Schiff,
chairman, Ben-Zion Ginsburg
co-chairman. Rabbi Shimon Azu-
lay, Abraham J. Gittelson, Henl
Honor, Louis Gadon, and Dr.
Isaac Unterman. Herbert Zvi
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+JenWncrf(fiar
Pagell-A



Opera Star Jan Peerce Due
At Israel Bond Inaugural
i.in Peerce, one of the world's
eadini tenors, and an outstanding
star Mil appear In concei I at the ihit
ntei i ational inaugui si i 01 tei i no
for Israel Bonds on Saturdaj even
ing, Mar 4. ai the Fontainebli a i
Hotel
Ik- uill perform at the closing
vi ssion of a three-da] international
hich ill "i Icoroe and
.'.i\ ti Ibute i" I'a'. id B< Gin i"n
in father and first Prime
Minister ol (he Slate ol Israel, who
a ill Ih- tlir guest ot honor The
nnference will launch a world
iidc campaign for the sale ol Sll">
ntllion in Isia< l Bonds in i'">7
ihrou ;hout the i nited States l an
ada and 30 other count!
I'ii roe mill in teatu 'i in i
in-- from Rigolctto l .i I
I..... (ii iva mi I a Bohcmr
faust He will also pi ifoiin
raditional Hebrew melodies
The famous tenor has travel-
ed throughout the world as a
concert artist. He h is sung in
nearly every European country,
as well as in Israel, Japan, South
Africa. Latin America, Australia
and New Zealand. He has toured
he Soviet Union under the aus-
pices of the U.S. State Depart
'lent and was the first Ameri-
can ever to sinq at the Bolshoi
Theater in Moscow.
:< has perl in cities
houl th<- I nited s'.
- capacit) audiences in
nces with the San Fra
clsco Opera and .it the Lewisohn
Stadium. Rnhin Hood Dell and Hol-
lywood Bowl He i- also widely
known i -mm arances "ii radio and tele
vision
I'- iic w.i York
I ity, and In-- voice i- entire!}
Ann lined rhough hi-
neighboi new him a- an alto
. I i pi ii -. n was with
hi- \ lolm th it young Peerce
ed hi- way through college, Upon
graduation, young Peerce decided
In on a musical career Ilia
;t- knowing Hie uncerta "< e
and difficulties In such a .
were api e Cut Teen-, u as
Sa nuel I. iRox> i Kothafel
I i ... < hance i -
tabli ,ii .it Hi,- K.
ili" i it\ MusU Hall There he
everyth nm from popular balla
Wagner ami became known in ai
cvei growing audience through ih
c Hall s wei '' national radio
broadcasts
It wa- the late Samuel Ch itzii
music director ol th'1 National
B y. who inl
duced Peerce to the Lite Arturo
ini v '; audition Tosca
nini accompanied the .
i-t from mcmor> on l
. :.: the fam if nor
i i : ., : om Doi
izetti i EIimi .1 Vmoi i
In glowing terms, the maestro
praised Jan Peerce's bel canto
Conference of Presidents Chief Reports
On Middle East at Mercantile Luncheon
Y' hu ; i Hellman, exi live di
v .
.. ||
Middle RaM di
the Combined Jew i-h v>
Dh iion annual
Hun-da- Feb 23 ;'t
, i a Hotel
llcl ,i
| Nations
'. the
I i ol Beirut, I
in- Ai .i1' count < fo
- ai .i- on the -cot rcporti i
"i thi le..... ; Pi '
He accompanied the Anglo-
American Commission on In-
quiry, was then arrested and im-
prisoned bv the Arabs on charg-
es of sending dispatches to the
press that were unfavorable to
he Aiab cause. Upon the inter-
vention of American dip'omats,
Hellman was subsequently re-
leased.
Hellman"- det< ntion bj thi \i ah
tl ,i chapter in the
hind the Silken < urtain
i" i ui i Tin
ras m told in Deadline
an article ii tl"- ofl
. ation of the N I Pres
lull ol Washington
As i luei ol the Pai i- I-
Jewish Tele. aphic Agencj
llelln an wa- I in 1 mdon
I'ai -. Beirut, Basel, and I lamascus
He .ed authorit) oi
- i-h probli ni- In
- uropi ami his deep concern v. it!i
ewish problems in the Soviet
'nion and German) are widel>
acknowledged,
11 Men antile Division's annual
which will kick of! the
drive on behall of the
J v v ill al-o feature the pres
'I"" ot the Harold B Bosworth
rial Award Th, |
an outstanding mcmbei ol 'in
ie i'itintminn\
YIHUDA MUVfi'J
The various CJA Sections
which comprise the Mercantile
Division include the Apparel
Group, the Retail and Depart-
ment Stores Group, the Home
Furnish.ngs Group, the Jeweliy
Group, and the Shoes Group.
Met canl ile Ii\ ision i hairman i-
Bj ron J ropol I mis I i >.n i- an
Herman Hami ler are co chaii i
Joseph 1" Brooks and William s
Ruben ai past co i ;
men and John \ Sei bin is i
as Spi cial Gifts hai r
I. V HI.AIX
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Olympia Bldg Miami, Fla.
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technique, his musician's sense
of phrasing, his perfect Italian.
The singer was immediately en-
gaged for Toscanini's presenta-
tion of Beethoven's Ninth Sym
phony at Carnegie Hall, and a
long and close association began
between the two. On fourteen
occasions the last being Tosca-
nini's final operatic NBC broad-
cast of Verdi's "Maked Ball"
Toscaniiii called on his "favor-
ite tenor" for solo appearances
with the NBC Symphony
In a remarkabli
: t a: i ; 11 No'
he wa.- haili d as the first all
o t h (
tradition a op< I
i"4'' he bi came the first -
in the ~'.i j ear histo th< N
N oi l. i ollege ol Music la b<
corded an liono iry Doctoral
ic, a distinction wlmh he
shares i at m-tru
,... nr,nr. alists as FriU Kr>i.slcr and J
JAN PleRCf .,
HeifcU
Beach Singers
Prepare Cantata
On Queen Esther
The Miami Beach Community
Singers, under the direction ol
music condui Ben V'omen,
prepai ii .- their 14th anniversai v
ntation to be -i\en at
Miami Beach Auditorium on
i:t
i i
duct Hamal
thi stor> of
Ksther. which they
ed in 1957
lack Bai
and Malka Nashkii
\ cantor and opi ra sii
Bi i tly < ompli d
ful lours i
Vil> :
'! hi
Is, Kaj Si stok .>' the piai
and Morse Haithwaite, i rgan I
u uh Templi Beth Sholon ii Mia
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neek
CJIOHS
S,
AGUDATH ACHIM. The Martinique
Hotel. 4423 Colhnt Ave Orthodox
i Sat yi da) tf m in lain*
chh ":!(' p in
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ITH DAVID 2625 SW 3rd Avt. Con-
servative Raor Sol Landau. Ca-itor
William W. Lieaon.
F Ma.) I 15 | lerhood Sabbath
Tl .- L ibyl
a 111 boat ibbat
frnl :rj> m i I. St I
I AI
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ETM EL. SOC SW 17th Ava. Ortho-
do* Rabbi Solomon Sch'ft
Kb day 6 l Saturda i ..::> i
I 1 I ill-
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BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Ortho-
cc. Rabbi Berel Wain.
r Saturday
i '
ervices
***
J his (A/eehend
CANDIEIIGHTING TIME
1 1 Ackrr 5:57 p.m.
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Michael
Kyrr.
KYlda: 10 n s>i mon A Valatv
M Spouae
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TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLV
WOOD. 1331 S 14th Ava Reform
Rabbi Samuel Jaffa
Friday R:15 d.bi Barmon "Who An
hi <.r..ii Men Today? Saturda) n
.. i.i Kai afltavah Alfred, aon ol Mr
and Mr- .in mi.i Inion
m RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PUtWT
Commitment To
Judaism Central

Rahbi Philip Chaiton Cantor Theo-
dore Mmdich.
!'.iv i 15 p.11 I aoki r 1':.
TEMPLE BETH RAPHAEL. 1545
^eileuon Ave Conservative. Canto'
vaul H Breeh.
By RABBI ALLEN RUTCHIK
Southeast Region
United Synagogue of America
j ,! m '' '.'' is described the making of tl
vestments of the kohamm (I
. -:. n ..| h 7 Ih bil
BETH KODESH. 110* SW 12th Ava.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Man
Shapiro Cantor Benjamin Ben.An.
Friday f
dent, Mei
v Brother-
I : rrhood
i Myth" > b iM h-t Adulta : Greater Miami will b
I t. Sal S:4. am ...-.>. : ...-. .. d ,,,i D>
Sermon \ I Sheila la\ d
' 1...... I | Hal b hn ter,
------# aha will -.ilk !!
c x *_. ka r\ c _, c r rM r a c /- a t rtfci ( ill A Ml .illil Mr*
UM i^ n CONORECATON
J*?! ^ '"J HW. Cof*rvatly. Rabb, David Ro.enfeid. Cantor lay. .,.
mour Hmkfi, A -
I
Judal.-tn 1
mark 1 ath jacob C. Cohen community
IS Sermon Portion b> NAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave
a love of Ih'Dgl Jewish that be
comes as natural as breathing
Once we have attained this objee
live, then f can spend the ado
As we follow the.ntricate .let,i! l(.sc,n, and adult vears bu,idjnt
ii i-.eUtr, ii of the Sedran ot I7aven in unun ; tne intellectual foundations which
he ari, essential fer a complete under
'"' standing of Judaism
priesth class, we become aware of
rEMOLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Ch... ,h enormou, ,,v,. ,nd care OUT YU d n0t "* ** 2
HEBREW ACADEMY 2400 Pinetree Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kron.an man to breathe Or tO Per-uadc h: -1
Dr Orthodox. Mabbi Alexander S Cantor Dav ,d Conv.ser ancestors brought fO th.- act of man ii i i ,. U\''vl
Gro... |.m j worship and indeed to the whole lojlicallj
m Satui M nrha .....''"" lara< sal
Bar Mitsvai H i of Jewish life Everything was
Mi -i '..i Mi- tlartli
SRAELITE lENTt.R. 3175 SW 25tn _#____
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L TEMPLE BETH TOV. 6438 SW 8t
Draz.n. Cantor William B. Nussen. st Conse-vat.ve. Rabbi Simon April
.."" ,. .. i .in Fourth (i
" V, "I I hi temple Hebrew (nri,f .. w...
Pf viti lore t at n e r s .
made so h\ the
b'ermon Portion .___, .,..,,.
great love the}
delevoped for
ini
concernetl about himself, \\i
. everv elemen ^"llld "oT htv ,0 P^*"
estry of Judaism a- api.....iched ,,w^h v"-
with reverence Judaism was a \ it
al matter to our
of !he W.. k
BETH SOLOMON 50 NW 51t PI.
Conservative Rabbi Aaron Feier.
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BETH TFILA- Euclid *>e Or-
1-cdox. Racbi Jo?oh E Rackovtky

BETH TORAH '64th ct a"d NE Mt-
Ave. Consenvatve R>b0' Max Lip
IChitz. Cantor .ac->h R P
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B'.H RAPHAEL -*0- NV* P3rd Si
Ceneervat v Rabt i-* a a r htar
Z >' i I
I

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FT. LA Sm CbN.
TER Part B vd
Orthodox Rabb' Tipor
Cantor Meyer Engel.
Krlda m Satui
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(NESETM ISRAEL
Orthodox Rabbi David Lehrfieid
Intoe Abianam Seif
P Ml > '
Thi Itabl
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MiSVONAIRES SYNAGOCLE 1737
Bird Rd Modern traditional. Maa
A Temcttin president Cantor Lou>s
Co hi
TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 N *
22nd Ave. Conservative. Cantd everything that
Abraham Reiseman. vag Jewish
! n Si i mon P
the u w Smu rl l the
i in- p Shabbal Sal n da ( S.Srt a n
inin, li ,l b) Junli i
.
Stern a
TEMPLE EMANUEL. 1701 Washing
ton Ave Conservative. Rabbi irvmp
Lehrman. Cantor 2vi Adler
\1

1*15 Euclid Ava. sal >an
lh, llil
I

LE ISRAEL OF CHEATER Ml
AMI. 137 NE 19th St Reform, fiabo
Joseph R Narot
I S \ I
Kdwarrl

The rabbis of
the Talmud de-
hated with one
a n other, t h e
Hasidim faced
he Mlsnagdim,
the Rishkenazira
vied with the
Sephardini. to
day the Mapai
contests with
he (i e n e r a 1
Zionists, hut .ill were
committed t" the Jewish
Bobbi Rufch/a;
or to live shlj
If we tl" 0 II work v in th<
school and in the family, then isi
should not haw to worr> about al
legiance or commitment We
then conci on the THt-sjaiy
task ol sharpening our intellectual
toils so a- to preaeflt Judaism in
the best possibh waj foi appn d
ation h> young, inqurirg. and
skeptical minds. Those who will
not be n ^i.ced Intellectually
will nevf rtheli be Involved i
tionall) Wi \ w out U dif
row i oui
latins > then
e : i
The fai th oth<
lnstit;1 ion esser
tial edueat '.i-k In the .ih
bei i :
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OHEV SHALOM a-1 Normanc5y Dr
Orthodox Rabbi Phinras Weber.
m.in
.
families I are eo to en
peopli d havi loved its wa> of ..,.,. m the svn
a ife. We who an
du of the you I an '' v'
; Jewi I
know thai tl
TEMPLE JUDEA 5500 G- a B .d
Refo'm R.iebi MoirJ K pper.
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5EPH4DD c JtvV sm CENTER M'
He. i. i'tci I
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SKY LAKE SYNAGOGLE II 51 S(
tn Av O-th dox. Raori Jonah
' Capl^n.
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TEMPLE ADATH YESHLIRUN Con
aervative 1025 NE iPVd Si M am
Gardens Rd. Rabbi Milton Schlinsky.
Cantor Maurice Neu.
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TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall
Dr.. So Miimi. Refoim. Rabbi
to I '
irts to a |
clu v
thai Mil .i iom

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movi It in to l
TTrmEwKr:troM^R8Trr
where hi ivi :
We must devi
C r ,ji ir Rabbi Mayer a.
ov. i \iro Feidman

A TASTE OF HEBREW
resented by TNE TARBUTH FOUNDATION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT Of
HEBREW CULTURE crd~ the AMERICAN JEWISH PRESS ASSOCIATION
Editor: Dr. Shlomo Kadesh
So, yom bae been waotme. lo leara Hebrew for a loan lime. It's. srM Dot too late, but, remember Ibe Hebrew proserb:
AH bepinmrps are difficult Kol hathalot kashot rfflarS riTnrn is
I am beginning Anee mathil* b"nna:
f m beginning lo learn Anee mathil lilmod WBW ^nrie s:t*
I'm tvegaSTiing to learn Hebrew Anee mathil lilmod ivrit
Today I'm beginning lo learn Hcbtev. Hayom anee mathil lilmiHl ivtil 7*nr3 ':m s*t a-*--. -. .-
I" speakmg Anee m'daber its ;h
Im speaking Hebrew Anee m'daber ivrit r.sy -iic *:*
Today I'm speaking Hebrew Haybm anee m'daber IVMt
I'm beginning to speak Hebie* Anee mathil I'daher urit
Today I'm beginning to speak Hebrew Haybm anee mathil l'daber ivnt I m, _
Very good* Ti'v mod! o-Dw ==
Thank you! Good by! Tadah' Shalom 'rrr :^-t
H ii pronounccJ like ch in C hanukah
Y"VF
I'm anee speaking m'daber good tov very mod 7K0 I I'm beginning lo learn anee ; anee ^riM ";k mathil lilmod t?77
thank you todah rniri to speak l'daber i-i1?
foodhy shalom! today hayom 0"^
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. >_an
tor Edward Kie'n.


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TEMPLE OR OLOM. Consr'vat ve
8755 SW 16th St., Miami Rabbi
Ralph G I i x m a n Cantor Hn man
Marchbem.
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TEMPLE SHULUM. 132 SW 11th Av,
Pompano Beach. Conservative. Rab-
bi Morril A. Skop. Cantor Leon
Segal.

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TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH DADE
18801 NE 22nd Ave Reform. Rabbi
Manus Ranson Cantor Chet Gale.
I da) R15 |
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TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB 051
4th Ave.. Hlalaah. Conservative
Rabbi Maurice Klein.
Krl :

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TEMPLE ZAMORA 4 Zamora Ave
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell Jer
par. Cantor Ben O 'kson

portioi
TEMPLE ZION 8000 Miller Rd. Con
aervative. Rabb, Alfred Waxman
11

TIFERETH ISR4EL. 6500 N. Mlam
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henr,
Wr.nic-

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YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER Mi-
AMI 990 NE 171st St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Sherwin Stauber. Cantor
Pmcus Aloof.
'.
Civil R||
M 1 in
i\ rtbbinici.il television j~ rear
am*
Feb. !9 11 a m "Thl li
liboi Sti : 1 1.1. ob ( Cohei ly Sj
P*b. 1 Ch. 7 10 1 in 1 he Still Smi
I Dr Max A Upschitz, !
Rabbi Harold Richti i. 1
it l;;,litu Eugei e Lai
r:mil(l Shin:; bach
liasion "Baal Shem I o\
Feb. 21 Ch. 2 9
ropic Are "i ou Sorrj
or Ret Luther C Hi
Dr Mas \ Lipsch te. I I
regation; Fr Donald Conm Famil)
1 atholic Church; Bishop Jan i i ai
Episcopal t hureh
SYNOPSIS OF THE TORAH PORTION TETZAVEH
in the robes of the High Priest DceOJM, A
menorah in the bat kground
; shall make holy garments fo th) I >thei
i" splendour and for beauty" (Exod l!8 2
1 EH Moses was told Thou shall command the
I Israel, that they bring into thee pan oltw
to cause i lamp to burn continuall) In I
without the veil which .- before
"' shall set it in order, to burn fro
: Ihe laord." For Aaron and his wtr9 u>
God The priestly garments are described ii
well as the various offerings that th,- priests
bring on the daj ol their anno ;
with the laws relating to the offering of il ,.
Thit recounting of the Weekly Portion of tts. Law Is
tractad and based upon "Tha Graphic Kittory of the Jawlsh
Heritaqe'' edited by P. Wollman-Ttamir, $1$ Publishar is
Shengold. and tha volume is available at 27 William St., Nta*
York 5, N.Y. Pratidant of tha society distribution tha voluma
IS Joseph Schlang.


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none: mor BOO guests at the annual m .- t.ic women's units of United
in e nsored by United Cerebral Ci i Palsy and featured short skits titled
; Miami Springs V. t dit i n dirt tr?ci bv Mrs. Sidney
Ml Milton M. Wein- Fistel. V. :,is is prescient t>{ United
. ind Mrs Hyman Merlin, and Dr. and C [ Miami
A : The annual affair was
Rabbi Goldfarb,
Noted Composer,
Dead at Age 88
OTHIK DEATHS $C. 8
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nd the
Beai h
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Born in Sieniawa in Austrian
P and, he (imi 'o the United
States as a child and was edu-
cated ir. the New York school
system.
d
1902. thi
he was rdained In
I I ppte i the pulpit "i
B Israel Ansl n Brook
I A he held untii In- retire
i
Rabbi Goldfarb studied trui-ic at
o
Lakeside
MtMORlAL PARK
AND
l.ARDEN MAUSOLEUM \
"THE SOUTHS |
MOST BEAUT FUL J
JE'.V'SH CEMETFRY J
CooronteeW Perpefuaf Care fund )
NW 25th ST. .i 103rd AVE. j
TU 5-1689
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MONUMENTS INC.
Open Ivery Doy Cloied Sobbotfc
MO SW 57th Ave. MO 1-8583
Miami's Only Strictly Jewish
Monument Dealer
RABBI ISRAll G01DFAR3
Columbia and tin- Institute "f Mus-
ical Art. and later composed and
arranged many Jewish liturgical
ll are now ri
niii d .1- standard" melodies in the
5> nagoxue
lie was a member ol the Rabbin
iral Assembl) Brooklyn Jewish
Minister- Association, Federation
of Jewish Chanties. Joint Distrlbll
tion Committee, American Acad
emy of Jewish Research, board of
directors >>f the Youn.: Men's He
hrev. Association, and was an or
anizer of the Society (or the Ad
vancement of Jev.i>h Liturgical
Music
Rabbi Goldfarb leaves his
daughter, Mr*. Irving Lehrman,
well-known in Jewish philan-
thropic and communal affairs
here. Other survivors include his
wife, Frieda, four additional
daughters, and one son.
Services were th Israel
Anshe Ernes in !':>.>Uwi with in
lermi t folio in Net* Mount
Carmel Cemeterj Brooklyn.
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t..i> seriousl which he emerged I double amputee at the hands
of a sadist i rgeon In his I is commitl the tali
foi i i ten Mi Res an ed with-
out a let to -Tund on
When all is I u d done, Dade Count) again suffer- th
What at here would mean foi th
I e calc But it i- a saci ifici ed in
it wen o
to an exercise in nothing In pracl
toi Mr. Kirk ha- propel l\ punishi
Rabbi Kronish Consecrates Tablets
For Living Memoriais at Beth Sholom
Lena Kronish, 74
Passes Away
The mothei '
ami B ich
here 11
She is Mrs L< mish 74
'4 Meridi n v.-
Mrs '- roni- h ten
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,i Zenderland, Miami B
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and brother, Arthur Seligman also
oi New N '. ->
She also leave- fh I .i tchll-
dren
Services were at Riverside chap-
el. Normand) I>r. with interment
in Lakeside Memorial Park.
.i spei ial l!a\ dalah sen ic<
: p n S in the n
of Temple Beth Sholom,
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A. Herbert Mathes. It contains
the rabbi's study, executive of-
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ofCces, audio-visual center, and
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Vouth, adult edui al
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The Biblical Garden contains
the plants, shrubbery and trees
that grow in the Holy Land and
are indigenous to this area, as
well.
in addition. IS classrooms e-
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Mrs William Bornstein and the
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Friday. February 17. 1967
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Concern for Good Looks Betravs Lack of Security
p E A D I NG
* the >t<>i\
.1 i> out i h e
i d
t h < a > li i
didn i like hi-
we
(ell
t h e t i c w e
mvei i iivt-ti our photographs
it. to oui b Ives Go "1
aren't everything Vftei all.
1. ndon, Abraham Lincoln Isn't
particularl) for his
iks
The artists always u
low Einstein about asking him
d it foi them, and he, being
a kindly man. would
oblige them Once in a conver-
sation with i nil a
tram, the latter asked Eii
about hi- occupation "I am an
I nstein
The artists dldnt choose Ein
>tem because of his good looks
But if nature i- kind in not
exposing us to our own loo
it is a meager kindness, foi a
look m the mirror and we
red our illusions The Scotch
poet, Robert Burns, on the othi r
hand, thought it would h:i\ <
been better if we could see our
selves giftie gie us To see ourselves
as other- see US "
The painter has man) prob
lems A physician oner com
plamed to the German Jewish
nter, Max Lieberman, about
the man) sittings required He
said I am already satisfied
with the painting as you have it
w. hy do you ask me to come
for another sitting?"
"i ou are a doctor." sai I
Lieberman, and the difference
between the doctor and the art
ist is that the doctor but lea his
mistakes, but the artist must be
more careful, for his mistakes
hang on the wall"
Oliver Cromwell is remember
ed for laying to his artist
"Paint me with mj wart-'
That is the hardier spirit I
think if we only knew this of
Cromwell, and knew not hi
eNe. we should know that he
was a great man Cromwell
knew that. In the last analysis
the wart- didn't make such a
difference When we begin to
think too much about our beau
tiful looks, it is i sign that
whs i Ij troubling us \g .,
luck of inner security
Overseas Newsletter:
Bv EIIAHU SAIPETER
Israel Hopeful of Common Market Role
in THE LAST WEEK ol January, a top-level dele
gation, headed bj Amiel Najar, Israel's Ambas-
sador to Brussels and to the European Economic
Community [the ommoCn Market), met with the
leading officials of the Market to present the argu
inents in support of Israel's application for assocl
ation It is hoped that hy May the Council of Min-
isters, on whose behalf the European officials were
negotiating, will adopt a favorable decision opening
the way for the actual talk- on the form and condi-
tions of such an association
Israeli Government circles, while hopeful, read
ilv admit that success is not assured m advance and
much will depend not on economic but political
onsiderations. I-a-t minute developments may Well
determine the outcome
it was about lix years ago that Israel first
sought associate status with the Common Market
Inofficial feelers, however, elicited larger) negative
response. The advice given was that Israel should
try to solve the problems that would face he I exports
to EEC through specific tariff agreements After pro
tiaeted negotiations, such an agreement was signed,
assuring non discriminatory rights to a number of
Israel export items. This li-t was vcr> restricted and
n became apparent that the agreement did not
Capitol Spotlight:
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
Viet Nam Weakens Other Commitments
IS AMERICAN INVOLVEMENT in Vie!
' N'an. undermining the viability of U S
anti-aggression "guarantees" to Israel?
Tins question arose here as the Syrians
threatened to turn the Near East into
another Viet Nam."
\ number ol seasoned observers
have recently advanced a view that the
massive American preoccupation with
Viet Nam weakens American commitments els.where
Columnist Walter l.ipumann. for instance wrote The
i extensively the United States becomes bogged dowi
in Viet Nam. the less able or willing it will be to undertake
a second and a third Viet Nam somewhere else It is an
empt) 1> a false promise to tell the worid that the
I nited States will fight lion everywhen
Indeed, the United States never actual!)
le pledge t<> go to war lo defend Israel against \nh
resslon This :- especial!} true with regard to t,
raids and guerrilla warfan \ ue promises were made
t Pn -ulent Kenned) and reaffirmed l>> President J
son Si ice the Syrians embarked on theii use ol Viet i
tactics against Israel Washington ha- remained silent
Washington has no sympath) for pro-Communist
Syria But U.S official- ai erned lest an Israeli
inflame the region The) feai a chain reaction
it might topple King Hussein ol Jordan Amei
strategists do not want to get embroiled in an East West
confrontation over Israel
The so-called Palestine Liberation Armv openly an
nounced its affinity for Peking The PI.A boasted of its
emulation of Viet Cong tactics. Syria officially encouraged
uch terrorism Syrian tanks augmented the tiichtlv in-
cursions of guerrilla mine planters Syrian authorities pro
claimed a national liberation war'' Viet Nam Style
a- the course of action against Israel Communist arms
poured into Syria and Egypt
Yet Washington seemed far more concerned about
on than Tel Aviv The United states in effect, told
Israel not lo fight hack against terrorism in the manner
American forces fight in Viet Nam Israel has been ad
vised to use restraint and to apply to the agencies of the
United Nations although is authorities are aware
the I'N has failed to act on Israeli complaints while
\ igorousl) lo Ai ah chai
American policies in the Neat East arc perplexing
Apparently, it i table hut must be tolerated when
\ abs kill Jews But it i- deemed a threat to world pi
when Jews strike hack against Arabs I S Seat Easti
is emerging in a peculiar mish-mash ol evasion
es Jordan is d< picted as n
and pro-Western nation Jordanians nevertheless
Israelis and open!) sound the most volatile threats Kmer
ica nevertheless has supplied Jordan with an arms an lift
As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAL
Difference Between David, Alfred
|JOW AGONIZINGLY hard it is
" to jet the storj of Arab-Israeli
tensions told accurately is
ti ited bv i human
error in a recent presentation by
the carefull) edited '( hristian Sci
ence Monitor
Div iding a full p i equal
parts. The Momtoi tailed upon
two of its top correspondents to teli me pugni ol
Arab refugees, first out ol Beirut, and then out of
Tel Aviv. Toward- the end of the Beirut article.
an Arab intellectual, have/ Sayegh, is quoted "In
1948. the Palestinian Arab people were forcibly di-
poeeetaed Most Palestinians were evicted from then
country The Zionist settler state therefore has
remained a usurper, lacking even the semblance
of legitimacy'' Then the Monitor" correspondent
adds that the \morican Jew ish author. David Ijlicn
thai, agrees with the Arab view."
The Monitor iindoubtediv meant to say that
Alfred I.ilienthal. the writer and lecturer so much
admired by Arabs, agreed David Lilienthal, the dia
tinguished engineer economist, not identified with
the Jewish communitv. would have far too great
a regard for the facts to agree with Mr Save :h
A .mi and a^ain we Mt the SOtT) story of Aral
flight during the War of Liberation twisted to eon
form to the need- of director- of the Palestine Lib
m Organization and other Arab militants Doi
ens ol Vrab newspaper -tone- and monitored radio
accounts of the trying days of l;>4H 49 are available
to prove Arab initiative m urging their compatriots
to leave Palestine with the promise they would soon
return in triumph line example should suffice but
I on can he furnished for any skeptics On June 8.
1951. the American-Lebanese daily, Al-Hoda, wrote
"Brotherly advice was given to the Arabs oi Pales-
tine, urging them to leave their land, homes
propert) and to -lay temporanlv in neighboring,
brotherly states, lest the guns of the Invading Arab
armies mow them down "
Again, at tins moment when approximately half
ol the Arab refugee group serviced by the I'nited
Nations Relief and Works Agency are under 18 years
of age and a third generation of Arab refugees is
starting to appear, the account of Jewish ref
from Arab countries is lost in nio-t forum- Of the
1.000.000 immigrants coming first to Israel, almost
50 percent came from Arab countries 1W.000
from Iraq. 40.000 from Egypt, 50.000 from Yemen.
12.000 from Syria and Lebanon. 12.000 from Libya;
210,000 from North Africa Whv does the world press
forget about thi
respond, bj fai to the problen -
involved ... n ifti : Ihe list was
bi oadened
What made a revision of relationship with the
Market particularl) urgent for Israel last year was
the prospect that Spain Morocco, Tunisia and Al-
geria would soon becomi i iated That would
mean that exports of those countries in many In-
stances sinh as in the case of citnif fiuit strongr)
competing with Israeli products, would enjoy con
sulcrablc customs advantages Moreover, it was :. It
here that the entry of other Mediterranean countries
should aNo be I good opportunit) to open the door
for Israel to the Common Market
Thus. Israel submitted her formal application
for Associate status (full membership being reserved
for European countries onl) Within the encourag
ingly short period of two months, the Council of
Ministers decided that a committee of leading ofti
eials should meet with the Israelis. This committee
has the task to Study the facts and figures of the
Israeli application and determine the validity of the
conclusions derived hy Israel namely that taritt
agreements cannot solve the problems of Israels
relations with the market, onl) association can On
the basis of these economic considerations, on one
hand, and of political considerations, on the other
the Council of Minister- will have to make its dc
Cision in principle Alter this if favorable
would start the actual negotiations; the mam point
of which should be the question ol how fast should
Israel abolish all duties on imports from Common
Market countries in exchange for letting Israel
products into the Market CUStoms-free
By:
MAX LERNER
Turned On Era
w
rtTH ALL THE TALK about the
deration, especiall) n
!-- about it- youth culture, it-
n- "new*' morality, it- aliens
en ativeness it is
ii- that me close to
fixing uu an) nami h.i-
ht on The 'beat" d
quarter-centur; old and Beatnik*1 has
become a term of caricature In co ei storj essai the
-ait writers on rime tried to catch its spirit m the
"The Now General it- existential sense
ol immediacy, but this hasn't .... ht oi and wont For
this is not a generation-in-a hurry, except perhaps in its
political phase In fact one of the things I like about it i-
exactly thi- sens,, ol being unhurried about man) thin -
and thus running counter to a culture that has t.K) man)
luccess and monev and careen and status
The difficult) i- that the student youth culture breaks
up into at least two major wingi One is made uo of the
activists, both in national and college politics who care
deepl) about civil rights and the poverty issue, and have
bristling positions on the Vietnam war. the draft, the
"power structure the "Establishment The other is made
ut> of the "cool' one- who mav share the political attitudes
of the first i tup, but not its urgencies and activism, an.I
who want to In, ak out of the larger culture and get away
from it- hang-upa The first group i- deepl) committed.
perhaps overeommitted The second, in Keith Kenniston's
phrase, is "uncommitted." it has declared a moratorium
on whatever concerns the older generation mo-t
The drug culture of the young is dangerous and can
! destructive, yet it is also revealing about what is hap
pening in far-OUl America to a BOl negligible segment
of them it is. on,- gathers, at the "pot" or "grass' Nations
that they let their guard down It is here that thev ...
talk of parents, teachers Inends They may sit (my frieiui
told me), saving little, each in his own little univers.
wrapped in his private coccoon. waiting But as the eu
phoria mounts, tome of them become reactive and r*
leased, laying things that seem vastly witty or absurd.
\ they are turned on, each of them reacts to it il
his own characteristic way. But all of them, one gather-
are convinced that they see things with greater clarity
l the) are turned on with LSD. this becomes to many ol
they came much closer to glimpsing and affirming God.


Friday. February 17. 1967
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LION lOWtNSltIN
FROM BENEFACTOR
$100,000
Gift Goes
To Sinai
\ $100,000 cift 'n Mounl Sinai
i nted by I eon I owen
and iii"' trustee, will
an addition to the
.: ; Gloi i.i and Leon Lowen
Niii ses Residei
he hospital grounds The now
. nated to cosl approxi
100, m Ith I owenstein -
il gift "kicking ofl tin new
building project.
liowenstein, the original donoi
if (he building which provides .it
active living quarters ;it a cur
rrnl rate of Si per day for mem
of nursing personnel who
,.t the hospital, stipulated
that the contribution ko t>
ird the construction of an addi-
tional wing to consist of a mini
of 36 efficiency apartments
. d that construction start no later
lulj of this year
Lowenstvin said in hi* letter
trom his New York offices to
S*muel Gertner, executive vice
president of the hospital, thet
you are doing a wonderful job
down there, and I am very proud
o be a part of thit job. In my
book you are going to have more
and more trouble getting nurses,
especially in Florida.
'This extension >>f the Nurses
should be great lift
Mount Sinai Hospital and assisl
nendously in your nurse re
am '
I' onard I Abess, president ot
Sinai presei led the cut t"
i 'i of tin tees, stating that
the Gloria and Leon Lowenstein
\ tinea Re idence has aided tre
tnendously in our nurse recruit
ment program, but the present
building is fully occupied We are
il for Lowenstein'i
iKht in recognising the i. / *
this addition."
The present building contains
ultra modern, air-conditioned effi
ieney apartments, ;i spacious li\
room area with TV and piano.
mfortable reading room, wash
ing and drying machines and other
modern conveniences conducive to
ida living Residence is located
immediately adjacent to hospital.
Book by Bialik
On Program
Miami Beach Chapter of B'nal
t on Thursday
il Washington Federal, 1234
Washinj ton \ ..
"The Great Jewish Book," by Bi<
lik, will be dlseuased bj lira Rosa
ie Friedman and Mrs Pauline
Magid. Hyman J. FUagel will pre
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Friday, February 17 1957
Brooklyn Jews Charge Bias
Continod from P*g 1-A
> < < had 11
i ze that then were acute pock-
" among the Hassidic
led to conoid
n ot th 11
pover*> program.
nc particular action by other
members of the committee, to
vh:ch the r. Jewish mem-
ben ected, wa- an insistence
removal from membership in
f proposed permanent corpora
of all non Such a
1 ll R .. el Sol Ie\
e director of the YM and
YWHA "f Willian >:id chair
1 >f the committee as well as
Is directing so-
cles in the Williamsburg
munity.
Such an action, the Jewish lead-
-^en-
' recommendation of the Svird- Williamsburg
off Report which seeks to integrate
ncies
within the community with pi
committ."
The signers also asserted, in
their letter, that there were
subtle overtones of hostility" to-
ward them as Jews "when pick-
eting took place outside the Y"M
and YWHA of Williamsburg,
during the last meeting, of the
Community Committee." They
declared that the picketing had
no other purpose "than to pro-
test the professionals on the
committee.
In view of the fact that, out "f
the total membership of 54 on the
committee, only four nonresident
professionals were involved, the
picketing could be interpreted in
no other way than .- move
against the Jewish community" in
The si nei- said that.
no statistics available,
it was the inii f of the signers
and the .ual expert-
have 'd the Williams!
community, that there are in fact
innunniable instances of p<
amort. Jews in the communii
The> also stressed that the usual
indice- used to measure povrrtv
suck as juvenile delinquency,
deliver) at wards in municipal h >
pitab venereal disease and
fare roll membership "an
instrumi nts foi mi
: overt) 1 ;- w-"
The signers said thai th.
to consider aid
to the Hassidu Je 1 need 'was
an affront to the total Jewish com
munity" ami that, if nece sarj
the) would take tht ii ca to Sar
uent Shrivel of th" 1
of Economic Opportunity in Wash-
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TJewish Floridian
Miami, Florida, Friday, February 17. 1966
Section E
$2 M'iUOU CAMPAIGN OPENS FEB. 23
Histadrut Mid \\ inter Confab
I .::g for Temple Menorah's annual mid-winter Festival
and Mrs. Sheldon Lelchuk, Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz,
': and Mrs. Nathaniel Glickman. The festival will take
at the Fontainebleau Hotel on Sunday evening, Feb. 26,
..11 feature Temple Menorah's school children in a
t illy written cantata entitled The Children of the Fid-
| Also featured will be professional entertainment danc-
i supper snack. Leonard Rosen, president, announced.
udea Music Fete
[Set Sunday Night
RlfKIN HONORED PACf 3-B
LtADlRS CITtO PAGt TIB
A nationwide campaign to raise
$2,000,000 in lOtiV for the Amer-
ican-Intel Histadrut Development
Foundation will !* launched Thurs
day. Fob 23, as the second annual
international midwinter confer
ence of the Histadrut Foundation
nets under way in Miami Beach
Mine than 500 delegates from
throughout the United States,
Canada and l.atin America will
take part
A dinner Thursday nicht will
highlight the conclave, with Israel
Ambassador Michael Arnon the
keynote speaker Arnon. now con
sill general of Israel in New York
City, was his nation's chief envoy
to Ghana for three years before
returning to service in the Cnited
States
A star-studded entertainment
program, headed by Miss Rifka
Off. $01 SHIN
Rai the "My Fair Lady of Is-
rael" will share attention *t
the dinner with Ambassador
Arnon.
More than 18,000.000 ha
raised in wills bequests, legs
and annuities bj the lli-t..
Foundation since its initial i
paign "as kicked oil in M
Beach just six years i
Dr. Sol Stem of New York na-
tional executive His
'..ill ul and the Foundation, is
ordinating confer*
William ii Sylk, Philadelphia i I
Bernard M Bloomfield, Mont
who head the effort the
dation in the i nited Stati -
Canada, respectively
During Thursday's dinner
and Mis Jacob Rifkin will re
the coveted Pioneers As.
never before given to a Floridian
Several national leaders of II -' i
Continued on Page 3-B
Judea concludes its
ural series, "An Invi-
; liscovery," with a Music
the Coral Cables con
9500 Granada Blvd
L ht at 8 p m
\ musical program, which
f la the general public and
I ,. to holders of the series
lets vvill feature a solo per
mum
Talk
ill Focus
hi ^ oiilh
i 'ohen, president of the
i ohen Community. s% na
rices the third of the
cultural forums will '
rueadas B IS p m and
i Rabbi Emai net Mai
isalem, Israel Hi- forum
be The Youth ol I-
| Marcu a gi aduate ol 'ol
I \, vv "i ork. vv;is
.1 rabbi at I
of Yeahiva Univei
He was community service di
t" 'or of Yeshiva University
rior to settling in Israel six
tars aoo In Israel, he is super-
ling the three schools of the
ibbinical Council of America.
membei il
I I b.....d of the N I
is Zionists
I ibOl II Stein Will sei v e
hairman, and Hlrsh Schpoonl
It air man of the evi
| h will conclude with i musical
cert by Cantoi Meyer Bngel
formance by Estrella Beroainin. j
ethnic folk singer and guitarist
now starring at The Flick
Sharing the spotlight will be
La Quartette, a string group
started in Miami four years ago.
Its members are experienced
symphony players and teachers.
Members include Fdith Ross,
violin. Marilyn Samuels, cello
fiances Whitney, viola; and Helen
Ov! mien, violin.
Four singers of the Temple
I i lea choir will be featured in the
program Miss Fiances m Whit-
ney, a contralto, is choir director
she teaches voice at the Univei
lit) of Miami is a graduate of
Juilliard. directs a church choil
and has sung locally with the I'ni
versit) Ol Miami and Miami Beach
Symphony Orchestras and with the
Opera Guild
Herbert McGreevj tenor is an
Oratorio soloist, and has starred
on his own television and radio
.mis Rita Schwartz soprano
also attended Juilliard School of
Music, and gave recitals there and
at Columbia University
Nicholas Shipskie, baritone,
also directs a local choir and has
appeared as a soloist here for a
number of years. Anne Thomp
son, organist and accompanist
for the Tempi* Judea Choir,
teaches at the University of Mi-
ami School of Music.
\ ii inia Richmond, who will act
as mastei "i ceremonies for the
appi ared on
Arthur Godfn J S Talent S(
and in Leonard Stillman radio
show, New face- on network
rams she has appeared at
clubs and theaters through
out the East and was billed as
halt fiddle, halfwit
N,
)r. Irvinq Lehrman congratulates Oscar Mamber on his ap-
J/Ointment as chairman of the Dr. Irvina Lehrman Me Ami
Cultural Center in Miami Beach as Joseph Cohen, president
>f the Jewish National Fund of Greater Miami, looks on.
double breasted
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Friday, February .7, 19t
Temple Israel in 39th Anniversary;
Pioneer Members Will be Honored
Thirty seven pioneer members of
TempH Israel, which 40 yean ago
embarked on the building of a new
svna'jogue. will be honored Friday
night at services which mark, to
the very day. the 39th anniversary
of the dedication of the sanctuary.
the oldest synagogue building still
in use in C-reater Miami.
The 216 families which voted
purchase of the land on XE 19rh
St. in the early part of 1927 mow
from a handful who. in 1922. or-
ganized the first Reform Jewish
connreuarton in South Florida. To-
day 1.639 famines, from Hollywood
to Naples, are members, among
them the 37 pioneers who hare
maintained their ties to Temple
Israel.
The original temple, created
by architects E. L. Robertson
and L. R Patterson, has b*ft
iotnod by two ether units, one
Beach Hadassah
To Tour Bureau
Miami Beach Chapter of Hadas-
sah. under the chairmanship of
Mrs Barnett Beckerman. education
vice president, has presented an
extensive education program, and
row has another unusual event.
On Tuesday. Feb. 21. at 9:45 a Di-
al] board members as well as all
group education chairmen, will be
guests of the Bureau of Jewish
Education, 940 Lincoln Rd
Following refreshments, a tour
will be conducted by I.ouis
Schwartzman. director of the Bu
reau. This will be the first time
that Hadassah chapter representa-
tives will view the Hebrew encyclo-
pedias and English reference books
presented to the Bureau as a gift
from Hadassah in honor of Jewish
Book Month
A film in color. '( hasidism and
the Modern Jew.' will conclude
the event Mrs. Henry B. Wernick
is president of chapter.
built in 1954, the other in I960,
to accommodate the religious
school and cultural activities of
the largest synagogue in the
Southeastern United States of
any denomination. A fourth unit,
the Harry Simonhoff Center for
Advanced Jewish Studies, is now
on the drawing boards, and a
fifth, a 333-seat chapel, is in
the planning stage.
When the congregation meets
Friday night, some members will
be seated in the Jacob H Kaplan
Chapel, named for the rabbi who
led the congregation 40 years ago.
watrhing the services on cloved
circuit television. For. when the
pioneers of 1927 built their struc
tore, they did not foresee the day
when the 702-seat sanctuary' would
be too small, not only for the High
Holy Days, but for many Sabbath
eves through the year, as well. For
the past five years. Temple Israel
has filled 4.000 seats at the Con-
vention Hall on Miami Beach dur-
tag the High Holy Days.
Two of those who will be hon-
ored Friday night were officers of
the congregation: Sie Mendelson.
president, and Herbert U Feibel-
man. secretary'- Mrs. Herman I. '
Homa. Arthur S. Friedman. J. Ger-
ald Lewis, Samuel C. Iitvenson and
Arthur A. I'ngar were trustees
Mitchell Wolf son was on the build-
ing committee, and Mrs. Feibel-
! man. Mrs. Isaac Wolkbwsky and
Mrs. Herman Wall were members
of the choir the night of the Feb.
17. 1928. dedication.
Others are Mrs. Frances Abrams.
\ \jpo Ackerman, M. S. Altmayer.
Mrs J William Baros. David
Brown. Henry Bulbin. Dr. Milton
Coplon. Saul S Cohen, Mrs. Julius
Damenstein. Gordon Davis. Mrs.
Anna Engler. Mrs. Morris Hodes.
Mitchell Kuperberg. Mrs Isaac
Lawin, Baron de Hirsch Meyer.
Sidney Meyer. Max 11 Nankin.
Mrs. Harry Nevins. Max Orovitz.
Jules Pearlman. Mrs Joseph Rich
ter. Xat Roth. Max Solomon. Mrs
Henry Sprint/. Mrs. Harry Simons.
Mrs. Harry Simonhoff. Mrs Rose
Weintraub.

Panel Discussion
On Neighbors Set
A crosssection of American
Women participated in a panel dis-
cussion on "Know Your Neighbor"
at the Wednesday interfaith meet
ing sponsored by Temple Israel
Sisterhood. The 1 p.m. session was
held in the Wolfson Auditorium
Mrs Philip Iiefkowitz served as
chairman of the event, and Mrs
Jerome Rado was in charge of in-
formation.
Navy Florida
Election Slated
Greater Miami i^ prepa
to join commumt'cs i<
counties throughout the State
of Florida in election- tenet1
used for Feb. 28
The election, for repre-
sentatives and senators -,\
both houses of the legist!
tnre. was made necessary
a consequence of the federal
ruling on reapportionmer-.
A decision here some t*
days ago ruled Florida's n
cent reapportionment as nj
constitutional and rede-i?
nated district representation
throughout the state.
All senators and repre-
sentatives who ran for offiet
and won their seats in th<
last election will be required
to run again. As a cons*
quence of the federally-en
forced reapportionment
Dade County gained an ad 1
tional seat, adding to rtj
eight, in the Florida Sentf

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Dinner
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spaghetti to taste. Heat and
add authentic Italian Mush-
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SERVE SOME TONIGHTI
<;ooi>tiiixi;sixijii:
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1967
fiidcy. February 17. 1967
*JmUS> fkriafctr
Page 3-B
Mid-Winter
Confab Here
Confinued from Pjg IB
(dri:1 '' Pounder i \wards
i,i j ol GreaU i Miamians
U t. lulucted in'i the Histadrut
in i fylng contribu
,, S10.000 "i- more t<> the
|
'n\.-. meetings with Jewish
|< : 5, with law\ci>
ntanti and with k<>
supporten an date I
i, the four days before the
conference winds up
.' i ,.i on estate planning
i tone Retirement Ho
s .
lichaH Sossin, vict pres-
ent of frit Greater Miami Is
Histadrut Commitlee, has
sn Designated chairman of the
linar. Herbert S. Shapiro is
lirman of the lawyers and ac-
jntants committee.
|e tai len for the conference
n set up in the IfUtadrul
.it One Lincoln Road I'M- .
in' r>i'! in.in director and
i h ah I. public relations
'i the conclave
field lauded the
I i n Kronish, of
;< esi
initiatii :. tin lion's
tabbi Kingsley
\ssumes Pulpit
\t Temple Sinai
RaV for
crb I. ii Citj .1. w i-li
I i N N Mill assume pul-
pie Sinai '>f N
-tartii weekend
pen house is to be hi
-. Rabbi Mariua Ranson for
.i- interim rabbi
.I will break ground
for its new sanctuary and
all 18801 NE 22nl Aw .
...nu Beach, the lite ol the
ees
Rifkins Slated for Histadrut Citation
Mr and Una Jacob Rifkin, oi
Miami Beach, will i><- the first
Plorjdianj ever to receive the State
of Israel Pioneers' Awacd on
Thursday. Feb 29. during the im
oiui annual international mid-win-
ter conference dinner of the Amci-
ic;m Israel HiMaurui Foundation
.it the Pontainebleau Hotel.
Aiinouiicfiiu-iil of the Rifkins
seleelion was made by William H.
Sylh, oi Pbila-
delplua. nation
al presi dent,
and H.ililn Leon
Kronish, ol Mi
ami Beach, ne
11o n a 1 vice
p i idem ol the
Histadrut Foun-
ds!......
The ;i m
"the
d P vot e I and
licated sup
port and leadei
ship t ii i t h
State "i Isi
and tin II Rabbi Kronith
dun Devi op
incut I which Mr and
Mrs Rifkin have displayed since the
rebirth "f Israel and the estab
lishmenl of the Foundation
Born in Moscow in 1890. Rif-
kin arrived in the United States
at the age of 2, settling in
Wilkes-Barre, Pa., where he at-
tended high school and went on
to the College of the City of New
York.
Me served in the I S Army dur
iflg World War I. and was a suc-
cessful manufacturer of industrial
uniforms and hank deposit bags.
Rifkin reined to .Miami I'.eacli in
lase. and has bean In the fore
front of numerous educational in-
stitutions since then
He is a founder of the Hebrew
University of Jerusalem. Technion
and Weismann Institute, as well as
a leading supporter of the United
Hebrew. Orthodox Institute in
Wilkcs llarre. Hebrew Academy ol
(Healer Miami. Boys Town ol
Jerusalem and olhei -
Now chairman of the Business
and Professional Council for
Medical Services and Vocational
Training in Israel, Rifkin and
his wife, Harriet, are founders
and major benefactors of Hista-
drut's two principal projects
sponsored by Greater Miami
Jewry.
They led the successful CUB
i'-H n to build and equip the
Greater Miami Medical tenter in
Beersheba am. are now heading up
a drive to complete the SI.000.000
Amal vocational school in Ramleh,
Israel.
The Ril members
<>f Temple Bi tl Sh ilom in Mi
'i and hold memberships in
the ZOA, I'.nai Until. Jewish War
Veterans. Hadassah and numi
other local and national
lions
Music on Tap For
Monday Meet
Mr- Henrj I. Balaban. sopi
accompai (I bj Ted Duckman, will
oifei a group of selections at the
Slialoma Hadassah meeting on Mon-
da> noon. Feb 2: ,.t the \
Hotel
Pi >gram chairman, Mi Joseph
Rappaport, will introduce the guest
speaker foi the afternoon. Mrs
Irvin Shapiro
i'i esidenl of the roup 1- Mrs.
Michael I
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Jeist Dcridian
Friday, February 17. 1957

Boneh Will Speak
At Far band Fete
t\ Boneh,
>..!< of Israel in t'
err Uniti
.,' : .r W Pin
of Stati
the Fonl
1 -

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Born in Tel Aviv Boneh en-
fed in the Haganah ?t the age
: 16, and served in the g'oup
-at later became the first unit
:i the Israeli defense forces.
-'ter receiving officer training,
- served as an officer for eight
ears and left the army with the
ink of major in 1955.
at the Hebrew
he
luated if r four j
student, he
Israeli Cm il S
k
Enj
- sent
-hip

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will highli enti
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Miss I ohbi k-
I-:.u ; first lad)
ffei .
the
.. :m America and I
- recentlj stai : i; in the club
: of the Fontainebleau
then, who ha- established him-
.i- one of America's top hum
-t> returns to Miami for the
labor Zionist dinner following his
shing success at the Israel
Swerdlin Will
Speak Tuesday
B
< ,n as
st speak r Tui B p m at
0 West Ave
The met tins, is
blic A 5 1
and J<
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served.
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The 18 members of the Labor
Zionist movement who will be
honored at the dinner Monday
evening re, for the Farbard,
Manuel Burstein. Abraham Jack
jsof Bernard Furman, Sam-
uel Gaifond, Morris Honigbaum,
Moe Levine. Dave Lippman and
Joseph P. Zockerman, and, for
tho Pioneer Women, Mr*. M'Kon
Green, Mrs. Michael Gibson Mrs.
.'osepS Kr. : '.Vs. Ida I,ft-
rran Mrs. Joseph Lov-v Mrs.
Sonia Plotkin, Mrs. Julius Rub-
instein, Mrs. Abraham Seltier,
Mrs. Fred Sandier a.id Mrs. Nat
Wagner.
: end Harry Kimball (cente men
ts campaign for the Cc
i who was guest
on Coastal Towers CIA I re ikfast last Sun
associate chairman of CIA Res:-
This was the
toaether on bo.....Z].\.
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all the hranch. of the Fa: hand
and all .
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CJA Women's Division 'Fashion Plate '67' Luncheon Set
Mrs. Mathes
Will Serve
As Chairman
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ivisi
v I ,.. chairman l'an ,n"k forward to a most spec-
Gifts Division said tacular ting afternoon
Ribicoff Due dfewish Floridian
To Speak
On Monday
Fnd ebruary 17, 1?67
Paae : b
MRS. A. HIRBtRl MATHIS
.., the
nnn
b
j
bv ISABEL GROVE
I T*r and Mrs Paul
er, 1233 No Venetian
be the scene of a col
Ui ruesoaj mornini; on behalf
u [aland View Hospital
Heading the formation of
up with Thclma linger are
Mrs llenryi Balaban and
Harold Granofl
K\ tin peitonal i itation
lei and Mrs Johns
\ thin I in attend*
W ite Hi Gue
a as His I ,
Selasie I Empe or of Ethi
opia The Courshons also at
tended a v\ hite House dinner in
his honor the la~* time he was
in the I ales For the
White House dinner, Carol -<
lected a floor length gown In
pmk design* i -ilk trimmed .it the
neckline and cuffs with crystal
beads and drops

\ hall ccnl man
for Mr and Mrs Nat Woll
of -ii l>land Ave wno are i
with a dinnei part)
rdaj i 21 i the Aladdin
Connr ued on rage 10-B
DUO TO CO-CHAIR PACt I2B
Leaders of the Woi [>i
m the Combii I J \
lhi< wee1* con pleted plans for
87 th< '.! .in
ihi.iI luncheon v huh w ill be hi Id
tin- Monda) the Font! i i
bleau H' '
Sen Abraham Ribicoff, prom
incnl lii" -Hum from Con
necticut, will address the 500 worn
en m ho have alreadj made resen a
lions for the Fa.shionplate 87
luncheon
The glamorous arra> of exclusive
couturier creations will be the
luncheon s feature presentation,
The fashion show production has
been made possible through the
cooperation ol Elizabeth Arden.
Habs, Sara Fredericks, Deborah Re
gal, Alicia Ruth, Sak- Fifth Aii
and Martha -
Commentator for the afternoon
will be Mrs peter Wolf. Members
of the fashion show committee
Mr> E E Bloom, Mrs s ,i Hal
perin and Mrs Herberl Tenenbom
Mrs Jerrj Blank will serve a
fashion coordinator Models will
be Mrs Robert Blum Mrs J;
Furlong, Mrs Robert Jaffee, Mrs
Morris I nmaskin Mi Sam
Jr Mrs Hat rj Mul '< Mi s R
Rauthord, Mis Julian Rii
Mrs Julius R Mrs Harn
H Smith Mrs Frances Waxenbcrg
and Mi- Milton Weiss
Mrs Jack Kat?i an I
fc*y
Mrs. Harry A. Yaqle (left, will be hostess of the day, w. -
Mrs. Jack A. Abhn (right1, honorary chairman of CJA Womei i
Division.
plate "67" luncheon c lordinatoi
\ sting her is program chairman
Mrs A Herberl Math Mis \\il
liam Brenner is seating arrange-
Is chairman, and Mrs l eo
Chaikin, Mrs Albert Levin and
Mrs Carl Susskind are servinj as
reservations chairmen Hostess
chairmai I ashionplate 87" is
Mi Samuel Simonhoff
II the daj i- Mrs Harrj
\ Vat le w ho has hosted
luncht the
5100 I
CJA are established for Fash
plate 87", with Mrs Ruth Bei .
sen ing as chaii man ol the rec
Ij i >tablished Benefacl Gn
The luncheon, which i- ui
auspices of the Init al Gifts I
sion, is chaired by Mrs \ L. Gl
man. Initial airman
Mis .lack \ Vblii i- hono
the i i \ Worn
ion Mrs Jeai C Leh
l |i iratin the "Fj
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WOMAN OP THE WEEK
Hi Owei was II cutest little busy-
In ivoald put hi two cents Into whatever anyone
>a- doftlg She liked I :th doll- and madr clothes
\ fbrtbem butstnci -hi had an older bfdthi i y % m> wanted
hi- where the beys were Always a uood *tnrlcnt. she wa-
ledfCMlifn hffnri the <-ntpred a
Re ehnol In her home town
!<-'. Orj \> the Rercen
School for GMs Her father was
her lnr>iration -\ irul> jrrrat man.
when he died at the Sfje of forty.
Plelnte felt his io<> so keenly 'hat
for | whilr <:tie |o>.t infpre-t in
acquiring an education
Youth revttaHtes itself, and
Helen" later \rrr? to Barnard To]
he had had to wait until
her h:othnr> introduced her to the
bays beei a lonu
wait His friend- didn't even know
that he hn '. i lister R.- the met
her Johnoj when he was wait:
in the car for hi- mother, and thai
ws 'h'- ., They were married a few row
later
They lived in South Orange, wh< lane
i married Howard -
!* V'icki, a thej will be making then- parents grandparents
e s Mrs Jerrj Good they
in; on a \acht and a
When they moved 1948, Helene wanted the
M hi I e went to a PTA i she
cheeked ofl everj item in the -What can you iimn
She and put on the board
. er
H i been president ol North B.aeh Miami Beach
ator, an officei on the 11
ouncil ai ;: ichool education chairman on
the Council What six ed so much is being on the
Qualit> Education Committee She has work area
m thi W men's \ j of Mt Sinai Hospital, including
ntlj she i- doing pul
a lob desi handbook for the Auxi
time for I'mted Fund and CJA
Hell is on thi nark
East Orange 1 ... demon-
he Middle Scl Helem thinks that is what
we should have hire In (. to B As pan of the Inter-
rial \ isiting Committee, which is concerned with
ig relationships, both she and her husband, in
heir role ol hosts have made many unuual friend- They
I Ith ih. people the) have met hi re. and have
ted them when they have gone to fo
es
;,,''i- took the keys of the cltj to our sister city
I still i with the mayor who has
Helene like- to sew Verj iking,
nl women, and
'
. I> on theii boat. The
She wont have that job e
moved last yeai om their
' Even thi
accus-
rand
12 countries
to her hu ini -
thai has
1 ist so thai she
I and Pei e then
her hu
Ij intere
Helem I
ah ,ut -iiM. .i opera A wondi
: the nice thing is thai she
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A double ring ceremony conduct-
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the former Roberta Gaye M
and William Aaron on Sunday.
Feb 12. The evening nuptials and
.l.on which followed were
held at Temple Menornh.
Parents of the newiyweda are
Mr and Mrs Monroe )i
2300 sw 82nd Ave.; Mr and Mrs
Sam Aaaron, 960 NE 186th St
en in marriagi bj hi r father,
the bride wore a floor len
of off-white pean th crystal
beads trimming the md a
detachable sheath train A D
bow held the illusion veil, and -he
carried white 10-e- and orchids i>:i
a bridal Bible
Darlene Frances Myers served as
her lister's maid of honor, and
bride-maids included Carol- Mar
111s. Merle J Silbert and < \nthia
Garber
Serving as best man was Michael
V. Sontuners, with Fred Brook-.
Fred Tobin and Victor Tobin.
groomsmen.
\ le of Southwest Senior
High, the bridegroom attended
Florida State I Ivei sit; M
Dade Junior 'olli I the I'm
His bride is a
graduati North Miami Si
M
MRS. WILIIAM AAK0N
High, and attended Miami Dade
junior Colic
New Mr and Mrs Varon will
live at 1530 SE 1 loth l
Wm. Jaffes Live
In New Jersey
On their return from .
moon 111 Jamaica, the (ormi p.
ora Aronow and William \ .1 .
will live at 18H Evergn
Menlo Park. N I
\ noon wedding rum:':
Rabbi Mill m Schlii *kj on -
Feb 12, it the
united thi
the hotel followed the nui
DaOghtl r of Mr and Ml
Aronow. AMI Vittorio \\
Gables, the bride 1- .1
the University of Mia
member of Delta Phi E|
ority
Her b
Universitj nf Pennsyh
ci Ived an MS
vei sit) of Illinois 11 -
Ph: Sigma Delta Hi
of Mr and Mrs Reuben
No Mum: Heath and Phili| .
r.i
1 >r the 1
Jaffr m li 1 ted a cocktai
bridal gown and short vei
earned a colonial style bouq
white roses Abbie Aronow r
as maid nf honor.
Best man to the bridearoo!
Irwin Knttman. with li
ushei l,
Miss Bobbi Ross Will be June Bride
Mr and Mrs Ji rrj Ross, 10239 marriage of thi li dau
W I Dr., are announcing Lynn, lo BMn M Kaufn 1 in ol
the ei ent and forthcoming
MISS BOBBI ffOSS
Washington Birthday Fete
Beth Kodeah ongrei atior
terboo I I tiding 1 '' a?
Birthday luncheon on W<
at 12 IS p 111
Pr and Mr- Harold S Kaufl
320 SW 27'!. Rd
Now .1 hn hei thi
bi ide elect 1- a graduate of Miami
md an h 1 luate
of the Universitj of Florida She
belongs to Alpha Epsilon I'hi. so
cial sorority, and was lapped
member-hip into Pi Lambda 1' > v
and Kappa !> Ita Pi, education
orane- and Phi Kappa Phi, al!
campus scholastic honorarj
A graduate ol Miami Hi h
the Uni of Florida, the
bridi third yeai
studi nt at I f XI
Me lies School
liip al
1 Hi
is a membei of Pi Lambda
Frati :
I'hi Di Ita Ep* Frati
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The coui '
June 11 al Beth David 1
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'kistrk*idicni
Page 7-B
Kshartninalu
yours,
O* a11 ft ~* ipp

THE Doauville Hotel was the
., -.:.... ;ht for I in'
.mil wish Appeal's [o
,i reci id dinner hieh
lluntley as gucsl
hting tin' even-
ngs '.<- wu a special
|<-,>in bute i" Joseph \i
ipt" recognition <>f ins
nan;, j ten ioe in the Jew-
h mmunity." Km- this spi cial
ureni Mi Upton chose a waist-
b ack -ilk oi ganza h'.it
han i -.*11n Her modified
ii.hh: ii collar was studded with
>"- .mil thej were
;>i Hi-!- iho ^mvn where
tin" .i ii.itui .it the hem
M i Weiss, campaign chair-
fcan m in.' l!Hi7 Combined Jew-
|)h Appeal was master of cere
kdini the Inaugural dinner
In ise toasl colored
liffoi i i ovi iple&s co
Da eath Hei i own had
|e -. lolman il< eves and
lar i \ shaped bib of sold
|nu\ i rj ttals and pearls
Mi I iseph Kanter won- a
lit. m iii cut veh'et skimmer
ith .. fuel neckline and small
Mrs .lack Katzman's
raw silk had a
sli lit .\-.i\ neckline which
Wi. < i w itli ci> -tal ia\ i.ii
iIjJ' fringed with crystal
fr drops \ long sleeved tenl
with white iridescent
Judea Ladies
Hold Workshop
Si-t. || rempie Judea held
s|v. th luncheon work
hep w at il .i in
s> the Sabbath
"'d pi .1 its lra.litinn.il
bles iii n..- iiis
paillette!! was worn bj Mrs Saul
Morgan
lu|Jts. Daniel Neal Heller lopped
" her white satin skirt with a
fringed, sequined overblouse Ice
pink silk crepe in the Grecian
styling was Mrs William Baros'
choice for Ihe evening Her gown
had the -lashed bateau neckline,
and the classic ornamental bordei
trim silver ami crystal heads
Emerald green chiffon in the
tent silhouette was worn by Mrs
Marshall Hani- Her jewel en
crusted lull was in gold caviai
beads, rhlnestones, and iridesi
sequins Mis r.n Essen's figure
molding -heath wax from lion:;
Kohl: and was of -old sequins and
gold frin [ed cai iar beads Al-o
from the illicit was (he two
piece white raw siik ensemble
worn h> Mi Ei nest Han i~ |{ii>
bon l.i. was stitched in circles
to form her bodice Visitors from
Minneapolis wen the Arnold
Kaiiins Her gowi was in a water
color wash -ilk chiffon with gol I
and orange splashed on iced
lemon
Mis William Ruben chose a
fro-t-d hci_e brocade which
-kimiiK'd the waistline Her neck
line was softly tailored, trimmed
with jeweled buttons, and hei
sleeves wen bracelet length Mrs
Morns Rabinowitz wore a striking
American Beauty silk worsted
n and matching floor length
coal \ hand oi ranch mink en
circled the vliru'v of the coat
hemline of the diess Back in
town for a few days, from her
work as a legal consultant in
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Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Lipton (left) receive congratulations
from Mr. and Mrs. Baron de Hirsch Meyer at the Combined
Jewish Appeal inauaural dinner at the Deauville Hotel on
Sunday niqht. Lipton was honored at the formal reception
and dinner for his years of service to the Miami Jewish
community.
Washington. !>'. Mis Edith
da was in a champagne bro-
cade ensemble. The tailored la-
pels of her jacket were cinbroid
ered with clear crj stals
CHOCKING and ice pink com
*^ limed u: the three piece en
semble worn h\ Mr- Maurice
Horowitz Her chiffon blouse had
the softl) iiraiH'd neckline Mrs
Ha 'Id S Abbott chose a white
silk brocade with the floral mo
tif reembroMered with gold lame
Her neckline was hi ah in front
and decollete in back Mrs Evelyn
Gilbert'! white silk brocade gown
had a dt'eph scooped neckline un-
der her matching double-breasted
jacket Mrs Stanley i Myers
chose a champagne-colored two
cade cnsoaaWo.
Mis Anna Brenner Meyers
wore .i black and gold two pd >.
brocade ensemble from Honu
Kon/j Mi- Sain Lubj .Ii WAS in
a white tulle caue o\er white
silk, long-sleeved and with a flor-
al motif created with white rib-
bon lace, crystals and pearls
Mrs Leon Kaplan's ice blue bro
cade ensemble was worn with a
chiffon blouse
AN aqua silk sheath she had
^^ made in Hong Kong was Mrs
Gerald Lewis" choice for the dm
ner Mrs Robert Siegel's en
hie was made from a -ilk -ari It
was in iridescent blues and
ureens with the Kold lame em
broidery, and was cut in three
pieces with the jacket hip-length
Mrs Sam A Goldstein lopped
her uold lame gown with an ori-
ental embroidered satin jacket
Mrs Harrj Siraonhoff's l>ior
gown was m white silk illusion
over champagne It was
sleeved. With a jewel neckline,
and had a floral pattern created
with crystal heading.
Novel Reviewed
By Mrs. Weinstein
At Student Union
As
Miami hi
Saturda> 130 | n t
'I he Secret
by' Ri .i-i i

liami L'i
sit} ha|
im the affair w il
channeled to the I'M finai I
.
students who afford thi
Mi Judy Morris is presidi i
tin local a dup Mi Jei
Halpen vice president <>i the
alumnae group,
review chairman and Mrs Samuel
(Iran is refreshments chaim .
Mr- Robert Werner is presi
of the Alumi ai \ oi iation Mi -
Fred Ober is treasurer Mis Noi
man Brown, ol Coral Gables, is
national vice president of AEP
Bracha Kapstein,
Israeli Poet,
Luncheon Guest
Bracha Kopstein, Israeli author
and poet, currentI) visiting Mi
ami Beach, was guest speakei al
the Miami l'.<-:n h Zionist District
Luncheon Club on Wednesday,
12 IS pm. in the main dining
room of the Sal anal Hotel
i antor Saul Breeh is ehaii i
of the Weekly Luncheon Club
Mi-s Kopstem revii wed hei la'
est hook. "Days and Holidays in
Israel "
Miss Kopstem has appeared
I M audience- throughout
u i irld
! Abraham Wolfson revii ed
the current new-, and community
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+Jeist fhrMtir
Friday, February 17
CONVALESCENT AND NURSING H
SOUTH FLORIDA, with its ever growing per-
centage of retired folks who are flocking to this
area to spend their leisure years in the ideal condi-
tions prevailing here, is being faced with the
housing of the senior generation when the neces-
sity arises to enter nursing or convalescent estab-
lishments or\ a temporary or permanent basis.
That this need is recognized by our com-
munity is evidenced by the many new Homes
MARGARET & A.C. FINE NURSING & REHABILITATION PAVILION OF THE
JEWISH CONVALESCENT HOME
OF SOUTH FLORIDA
v* c*r
"When we grow old, cn.it us
feeble, let us not be lonely"
a non-profit, non-sectarian
convalescent center serving those
needing nursing and
rehabilitation care
modern, new 100 bed facility
24 hour nursing care
diagnostic clinic and medical
center emphasizing phvsical and
speech therapy, recreational
and educational programs
not away, and when we grow
, Quotation rrom High Holy Ooy prayer*
affiliated with Florida Nursing
Home Association, American
Home Association ... registered
with Council of Jewish Federation!,
Welfare Funds the American
Hospital Association ...
approved for Medicare
Sidney Siegel. Eecutive Director
Fellow. American College of
Nursing Home Administrators
delicious, nutritionally balanced
kosher meals served in
comfortable, modern dining room
weekly and high holiday religious
services in private chapel
on premises
s^ssL
iii!

Mrs. Joseph E. Keiser, President
310 Collins Avenue Miami Beach. Florida I 532-6491
iA
NORTH MIAMI BEACH fo/Wjcrfuaini dbmsi
INDIVIDUALIZED PROFESSIONAL CARE
2201 N.E. 170 ST.
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
REASONABLE RATES
DIAL
* 945-1403 *
Beautiful Spacious
Grounds
24 Hours a Day Registered
It L.P.N. Nursing Service
American & Jewish
Diets Available
Member of
Fie. Nursing Home
Association & National
Geriatric Society
Modern Individual Bathroom Facilities
Healthfully Air Conditioned & Heated
MORRIS SIECAl
Administrator
VnJ'care Approved
A PRIVATE HOSPITAL
ISTABLISHID 1927
c a o _ne_r_E.,.bLJL JLK^T
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which have been built in recent years an I
complete modernization of the older rest
to keep up with the high standards now I
demanded alike by the sick, convalesc
those entering the Homes on a permanent
The preponderance of both the re
hotel establishment and the motel-desi
home in South Florida are offering man*,
which should reassure not only the pr>
patient or resident but their families as v.
of these include 24-hour skiiled nursing
conditioning and heat, spacious lar
grounds, physiotherapy, complete recn
facilities, trained dieticians, intercoms
food when requested, etc.
Not only are our modern convalesc
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but the modern atmosphere and innovatioi
also appeal to the younger patient who c 11
valesce in comfort and safety, secure ii
knowledge that the burden and responsib. ",
the most iirpo'lant nursing ingredient
?TENDER LOVING CARE
located in ffce Htar' 3'
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Friday, February 17. 1967
+Jf**i*Htrrirttor
Page 9-3
HOMES FILL A MAJOR MEED...
cncciy'c BLACKSTONE mma
OUOOI O Retirement Residence

hcme-nursing is lifted from their family and
friends.
And for those now entitled to the Extended
e benefits under Medicare, as of January 1,
1 967 their benefits include 20 days at a Medicare-
roved Convalescent Home paid in full, and
$5 a day for the next 80 days. If the Medicare
pient carries Complementary Coverage the $5
a day is also absorbed, thus entitling the patient
!00 days in an Extended Care Facility.
For more comprehensive information re-
ding the nursing and convalescent homes in
h Florida brochures may be obtained from
e individual establishments which will give
%iplete details regarding the services offered.
MIAMI'S NtWtST
MOST MODI UN
HOME
Wl 5-7631
Built Eipresily for Individual Cere of the
Convalescent. Chronic and Geriatrics Patient
Completely Air Conditioned F.neit Nurtina Stott
o Specious Corden-like Grounds Recrcetionol Areoi
Indoors 1 Outdoors
HCUll* NATIONAL Gl'IATKICi iOCItTY
14*01 NORTHEAST loth AVI. AT W. DIXIE MWY MIAMI 41, HOIlOA
rm-----
Homestead Manor
DR D RICHARD SENA. Director
A New and Modern Home
Serving South Dade
Centra Air Conditioning & Heat
1330 N.W. 1st AVE., HOMESTEAD
TEL. 2380707
Designed and Built for Total Patient Care
JACKSON MANOR
NURSING HOME
Next Door to Jackson Memorial Hospital
MOST CONVENIENT FOR YOUR DOC
Charles Gv.'
Owner
21 hour ihilled nursing core
Private and lemiprivate rooms
Completely air conditioned
Homeityle food and tpecial dieti
Spacious landscaped grounds
Physiotherapy
fireproof ouildinf
Becreation therapy
CALL
377-0451
1861 Northwest
8th Avenue
Medicare
Approved
-t-new SHALOM
, Nursing & Convalescent Home
TgHAWH *
Newly
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and
Refurbithed
MICHAfl SOSSIN, ll.O.
laecvtivo Director
STRICTLY KOSHER MEALS
Special care ta those with talt-frea
aid Diabetic diets.
Nurse ei duty and doctor en 24 heur
call far yaur convenience.
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Activities include
Newty
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installed Air Conditioning and Heating (optional)
Please send (or
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A?7"'i
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Ofcujal Glades
,/^o
CONVALESCENT HOME
DR. ALVIN STERN
Director
MRS BETTY STERN
Administrator
STRICTLY
KOSHER
KITCHEN
Under Supervision
of Rabbi Max
Lipschiti Beth
Torah Congregation
INTERCOM. CONNECTING RESIDENTS
WITH 24 HR. NURSES-ALL UNITS
FULLY AIR CONDITIONED AND HEATED
16650 W. Dixie Hwy., N.M.B.
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Friday, February 17, 1967
5
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Continued from Page SB
tiering
i -
and Mrs
w Mush R ith Bonlicault.
lerrill Klea man
lis. Mrs Marion E
Miami Beach \ sister, lira
51 hi- brother,
- Herbert Franklin,
Max s
nklin, Clayton. Mo I
- : h B nklin, Wash
D.C.. Mr and Mrs '
Mew York City, Mr.
ind Mrs Ben Merkle, Richmond,
i
A surprise party on Feb ~ -i\
n bj ih' South Shore Citiiena
'lul> id honor o( life president,
Louis Shafkin, and his lady. Yet
a who were celebrating their
>oih wedding am Iversan .
The 300 gueats included members
the Shafkin family and many
lersonal friends, many of whom
came from aa far awaj aa Canada,
toston and Sew York One
p|< Mr and Mrs Speed) Pal-
imbo, of Boston, friends of the
elebrants tor over 4fi years
vired i> i dollar bill attached to each
loom The room at Washing
on Federal had been heautifulh
Mff. AND MKS. NAT WOlfSON
transformed with balloons and
confetti, and each table held its
own attractive candle centerpiece
. Talented group responsible
for the Ingenious decorations
Ceil Blum. Mildred R Freeman.
Marion Ratner, Elsie Tulin, Rove
Kelt?. Max GoMhagen, Joe Buch
binder and Klnyne Freeman.
Several venerable localitea get
ting the blrthdaj celebri
treatment during Februarj
Bernard Fago, oldest member 11
the AlUtates Social ( lub foi s> d
iui Citizens, will be honored on
bis 84th anniversarj this Satur-
day night at the Miami Bi ach
Federal, 7S8 W ashington A.v
On Frida) evening, anothei oc
togenarian, Michael Glazier, trus-
tee at Temple Ner Tamid, will be
guest of honor at the One.; Shah
bat hosted by his wife and sit
in-law, Mrs Rita Salomon, on tin-
occasion of his 80th natal da)
. And at the Ft l.auderdale
Jewish Center, theyr'e dedicating
the Friday evening service-- to
Charles Dlckson, the congrega-
tion's first president, who i-
marking three quarters of a cen-
tury this month

Pleasant additional chore for
Sophia (Mrs Arthur' Lee, Florida
Stale president. Jewish War Yet
iians Auxiliary, who will be in
Tampa and St PeterabVg this
weekend for her official visit to
the area She's been asked to
be one of the judges at the an-
nual beauty contest to be held
at Bay Pines Veterans Hospital at
St Petersbui
Jewish Convalescent Home Dinner
Postponed in Deference to CJA Drive
The Jewish Convalescent Home
of South Florida'^ dedication din
ner dance scheduled for Saturd.iv
evening. Mar la will now be held
on Saturday tveatag, Apr, l sue
Ol the annual event will 1' the
Grand Ballroom of the Fontaine
Mean Hotel.
Announcement of the cksjage ol
date was made this week b) Mrs
Sarah Keiser, president ol the com
muni'j supported home Mrs. Keis
er noted that it was the dooition of
the.....i*s board of directors
that it would be a coaaanunM) sen
ice to postpone the dinner two
weeks due to a conflict with the
current campaign for the Combined
Jewish Appeal "
MRS. SARAH REISER
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The future bride, 'I.hi. tl
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with a degree in physics He ia
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A June wedding is planned
Herma Fine, Richard Richter Set Day
Mi and Mr- Leeis l Fine, of
Miami, announce the en.
of their daughter. Henna Vita, to
Richard Arnold Richter, son of
Mrs Vivienne Richter. of Ba> liar
bor, ami the late Mr Herbert Rich-
ter
The future bride ia a graduati
of Miami Senior High ar.l Florida
College of Medical Technology
She i- presentl) associated with
Fischer Medical Centi
Her fiance ii a graduate of th
University of Miami, where he
earned a degree in business admi
on and finance Hi' 1- a men
her of the U s Coast Guard Re
serves and 1- presently affiliate t
with Bache A Co
a .loh wedding is planned
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"It was our hoard- feeling."
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give it* concerted effort to the im
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reach its climax at the turn- Ofig
inally scheduled for our annual
event."
The dinner will honor Leonard
Zilbert as the Jewish Convalescent
Homo- Man of the Year" Kman
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'of the event, with Mr and Mrs
\ i Fine serving as ass
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Zionists Plan Annual
Social Event Fob. 25
Greaer Miami Distiicts of the Zionist Organiza-
tion of America will host thir big social event
cl the season at the Fontainebleau Hotel on
Saturday night. Feb. 25. Makmq final plans
:or the supper dance in the west ballroom are
seated (left to riqht) Seymour B. Liebmon. past
dent of the Southeast Region ZOA Rabbi
Davi.l Shapiro president. Standina (left to
tight are Sam J. Perry, president of the Brow-
ard Ds.tr ct; Ben (Miter, chapman of the ZOA
President's Council; Sidney Raymond, mem-
ber M tho National Executive Council ZOA;
' -n Pitrark. chairman of the Miami
Beach ZOA District membership committee.
Jewish Leaders to Receive
Founders Awards on Beach
One "!' Mic bi social <
oi tin' year tor members, friends
and prospvrHve members of th
inization of An.
will lake place on Saturday <
ing, Feb 25, in thi west ballro tm
of the Fo itainebleau 11 it I, accord
Ing t>i Ben Ciller, chairman o
Pi csident i 'ouncil of Ihe Z< i \
D rti cts "i Greater Miami
Starting .11 8 p m to the m
of Irving Pietrack and in- orches
tia. the local districts will hosi
their flrsl annual social member-
ship supper dance
\ special kosher sunper ha- bei
planned for 8:80 There will be
continuous dancing, outstanding
entertainment, and a program high-
lighted lv Dr Irving Lehrman, ol
Temple Emanu El, national vice
president <>i the Zionist Organiza
tion of America, and Knhhi Da I
Shapiro, of Hollywood, president ol
tin Southeast Region
Julius .1 Rosenstein, < ice ;
dent "i the U i m Bi ad /
Disti ict. v I Ik ted with
special av, ard for h
in hel
fices ol Ihe So II Ri
the ZOA. 2 \.....Ho
\ ... I .lew l-i;
itj leaders will b presented with
i iui l< Vward of th< \
ii Israel Histadi ul Devi lopi
-'mindation tl u r i n g rl
ight's dinner. Ki Ii 23 at the Ion
ainebleau Hotel
I hey include Mrs Jennie G
f Miami !' ach and Ii "..
PI MY., Who i- national i hail
ian of thi H idi ul Schola '
-"und. and Joseph K Jacob.on of
> i i Beach n\ die.
\ ( i co-i hairman i
l mid winter confei i
Others who will receive the
Founders Award include Maur-
ice Guinburq, of New York
City; Harry E'senstein. Chicago;
Wendell Berman, Boston; Carl
Slochowcr. New York City; Os-
car Sterman, Palm Beach and
Boston; and Isidore Roseman,
New York.
i he Histadi ul Hall i pro
\ iding pei petual n i in to
conti ibutors
to HUtadrul iiorn i
will be during
Thursday m. lit dii
Mi and Mi Ji who
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Friday. February 17. 1987
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Dr. David Andron Plans to Operate
Mayflower Hotel in Atlantic City All Year
"Sound Off" Game* Night wi h przes will be
held by the PTA of the Nursery and Kinder-
carten School of the YM and WHA rf Greater
Miami. 65CC SW 8th St., on Saturday. Feb. 25.
Proceeds of the evenina will co toward pur-
chasing acouctical equipment in classrooms
Queen of Hearts
Suburban Brill
Furd< raised bj the annual din
ner dano sponsored bj the Sub-
i and held (his
;it the
vi i tj Childn r Hos
t t!
"Queen "f Heai Ball 111

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ct the "Y." Mrs. Howard Hevman is Central
B anch PTA chairman. Soundinq off for "Sound-
Cff" are (seated) Mrs. Calvin Kapp and Mrs.
Robert Burger Standing are Mrs. Sherman
Fe nstock, co-chairmen. Mrs. Jay Brenner and
Mrs. Jerry Lccke. and Mrc. Harvey Miller.
Sunday Dinner
Climaxes Yivo
Member Drive
Membership drive Ol the Y:\<>
Committee <>f Greater Miami will
be climaxed at dinner Oil Sunda)
evening at the Barcelona Hotel
Featured speaker will ix- critic
and journalist, I': Shlomo Biki I,
~- of New York, who will explore the
___^_______ 'significance Yivo and Its
~~""* impact on \ H l-h cul-
Mrs. Rosenberg tuiai life
Fur Fsehicr.,
Shown at Lunch
I ; ent<
I ...
U H Mich
i on, Bnd
Duo :o Co-Chair
New Prospects
For CJA Drive
>rg and
I have accept! I
the co-ch ship of the New
. Committee for the v.
Divisioi of the Combin< d
J< m ish Api eal
and Mrs B
noun-
I
an of CJA '*'. oi
ion
The New 1
.tempt 1
i d Jewish Appeal su]
itors amons the
wi nu i of the Dade ('our/
munity
Mrs Jack A Ablin ^ honoi
Milan oi the CJA V
Ion.
Added attraction will be a
group of Yiddish folk songs pre-
sented by Sidor Belarsky, basso.
(>n Satui daj ev< t
H -th Sholon I'i i kel will speak
the W eekl> Vivo Forun
\elly Sachs,
winners of the Nobel Prize for lit
' no
Organized u Wilna Po
land, the Yit o Instil ite is <' i. >
to research, documentation and
publii I Jewish life .i- well
a- the training ol J<
moved to New York prii
the Nazi onslaught and now main
a library which
pli te ai chii' ol the li w ish settle
ments in easti
during World War II
R.I. Club Holds
Social Meet
Rhode Island lub of
Miami held it- : gular
7 p m in

Following a -!' business
agenda, conduct)
Rudi as i
card pai ty. and re I in nts wen
served.
Dr. David S. Andron. hntelnian
and noted leader oi the Greater
Miami community for man) years
has announced that he will operate
and manage the Mayflower Hoti 1
| spa located on the Board
walk m Atlantic City. N J com
mencJng with the forthcon
Passover holidaj \\ i M Inn
May 2
Continuing a 35-year-old tradi-
tion ol kosher hotel D
Andron will conduct the Mayflower
during Passovei and all yeai round
m strict litj will
\! undi i rabbinical
supei \ ision
Dr. Andron has owned and op-
erated hotels in the mour.tai n%,
the seashore in New York.
Pennsylvania and in Miami
Beach. Andron's Loon Lake Ho-
tel in the Adirondack Mountains
was owned and operated until
recently by Dr. Andron.
Dr Andron founded and served
as first pi. ddenl of the Hel
Academy of Greater Miami He i-
now honorary life preside! I of th"
Academy. He has been president
of the Miami Beach Zionist District,
treasurer of the Florida Zionist
Council, vice president of the Bur
eau of Jewish Education, vice pres
lent of the Miami Beach Hotel Own
crs Organization He has been
founder, officer and guiding spirit
of a number of synagogues, phil
anthropic organizations and edu
cational institutions He has been
cited b) the Israel Bond OrgJ
tion
A lecturer, author, administratoi
businessman and educator. Dr
Andron has also written numi
works on a wide varictv of sub
jects Among them is Authc-
Llbert) .< dramatic biograph) ol
John Mill h.cli hi
the Historic V: Association
Award
"The Mayflower will be the
only luxury kosher hotel-motel
in Atlantic City that can boast
completely equipped Spa and
Health Club with full facilities
of two gyms, a large glass-en-
closed indoor-outdoor pool, whirl
pool and mineral baths, steam
and sun rooms, and massage
rooms," Dr. Andron said.
The hotel whii
air-conditioned is fi hed
rated with 1, halls,
clubs, cocktail

are 300 deluxe hi t< n
with private i tl
motel wii each
with tern I i v
\ pro i am of renot
: the hoti i is now in
progress. Ovi
spent in one .i
m the construction ol
pi. tel) new ;ind ult
less si, ei kosher L .
form with strict dietarj r<
i '
Specifically for Passover 1967,
the Mayflower has completed ar-
rangements for services and Sed-
orim to be conducted by a cele-
brated cantor, and will offer the
many special features that dis-
tinguish the holiday atmosphere,
spirit and tradition.
Under the new policy .11 d n
agemenl of the Mayflower,
An.hon has ilread> arran number of convt
I :
whi< h ..re sth. dull d for the
spring, summer, fall and
months He 1 ati
private, as well a- the ;"
Mrs. Bicioterki
7r H^nd Alemni
tailed as 1 t ol
State Univi 1
Dade Count; as Mrs Vnd
S B alolenki d< an 1 '' h I
High Scl Mian
Installation ti ok place ., tl
:oid Hot. I, Winter Pai k. an
v..1- attended h> Dr Johi
pion. president oi Florida -
Universitj Installing office: w;
Sen Mallorj Home, of Tallahassei
Mrs Bialolenki succeed- Ji
Donald Stone, oi tin .1 ivenili 1 1
President eh cl is Roy M
tai > Miss Kathj Matl
uier. David Dyne-
League Ball For
Variety Hospital
Ail monies raised by the Queen
of Hearts Ball sponsored by 1
bei of the Subui ban League will
,ii to Varict] hildren's Hospital
1 he black tie I inquel ai 1
will feature !>. bl I Rl
,- icheduled foi l ridaj. 7 p m .
Feb 17 al th< I It n Roc Hotel
We have switched oui annual
to the month I Fel
help raise en 1
Save Vai ietj Chil pita'
. ; Mrs v.
denl ol
I... haii n' n
Mrs Richard I
Weiss Resei
laurice i
d Mrs
Annual Circus
Jr. Aid Children
I h. 1 iptimist 1 lub oi Kei
1 1 ent it- -I. ond am .ii cii
cua on Saturd j \m 1 it the
h end
1 tei
VII funds two
inces of the prol
.... I
; and a I .'if will go foi undei
pi i\
S; dents Presented in Recital
...1 in
: Hall 01
: fordan 11
Finn, Gerrilyn Herman, Robin ai '
ilee Olii
Michell Welt
Patreece Shi I ai lohi hai
- Shehan. Mirl
Elliot Scherk 1 e Li
li-
ng the prcpeT 'beat" is important for Israeli music.
Musical 1 Casts obeve are from the Young Adult Singles
Cub cf tlie YM ond WHA of Greater Miami. At left, guest
.ical lecturer, loshua Segal, demonstrates Israeli tempo
1o Annette Sternbera. Eddie Kaiin, Linda Sloane and Dan
Kachman. Yourg Adult Sinales Club of the "Y" is open to
single individuals in the 18 to 28 age bracket.
Brotherhood Fete
Marked by Club
Miami Frit I ;al <'lut> oh
served Brothi Week, now- in
it- 34th year, On Sunday at the
: Michael S
~ai guest
Max I was |
with a plaque recentlj when he
was installed for his sixth term
;.- prealdl nt of the club A mem-
ber of th.' larai lite 1 enter
is serving the congregation
as treasurer for a third term.
The club meets every Sunday
noon and Thin-days at 7 p.m.
for social get-to;--
NOW IN MIAMI BEACH
merle norman
come in for a
FREE Make-up Lesson
featuring 3 steps to beauty
with MIRACOL
1623 MICHIGAN AVE. T%i AQQL
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Friday, February 17, 1967
ar <
> Unisi fhrihit
Pag 13-B
Mmdk
Andrew Siege!
Frank li|ison
Howard Kuriweil
Jody Kaplan
Mi
I SW 54th St

High Si
I Mr Kaplan will I
following t
i
Mi Abraham Kaplan, of M
Mrs Irving Sto< kscr,
, nnecticul c Jo Ij i

Andrew Sitgel
\ !
ph S e -'I 2341 su I
will become Bnr Mitzvah at
I ition on >.
. Keh in
w ia i........h
1 in : >ah Hi [h ami has
Beth David R
i- fivi
ted in sports
moi Kahi
ttend thi
'ional Kiddusl
Frank Lipson
n ill be Bai Mitz
renj| .. ol
I b 18
Mrs ll\ !. i
is in
i. .
,r the
i
Ml in
ite thi
Mr at 'I M in will I
noi
Richard Stone
1'' Sal rday i I is.
son ol Mi and Mrs Ben
Stone illed to the 1
.'- a Bai Mitzvj ;. at Temph Zion
Mi Fai and-
m< ther of th
R hard is a
dent Junior High, is
Interested in sports and is .i race
car enthus ast
Mr and Mi
Kiddush the set > ices
'"I an pr in hon
t the Miami I
Country l
Howard Kurrwil
Howard Erii
Kve.. v m Sal
t- b 18 at temple
SI ilom
Howard is a student in the Beth
m i din 5728
Synagogue Holds Torch Dedication
\ Is
Miai i Beach dedicati
ven to the synae igu bi
;: Mehlman, of 028 Mend
n president, Meyer
carried the Torah in a
on it several hundred
and friends from 16th
d m.i idtaui Ave to the syna
it 1542 Washington Vve
N'aftali Porush, spiritual
I Young Israel, led the
m, which included the
Israel an.I the Un ted
arried by his brother, Jacob
>rush and l ouis Meyei i, coi
treasurer
Music was under the supervision
David Peldberg, recent!) n
from .i long tour ->f dutj
the musical division of ttu i S
At ni\
Mi- Mehln
Bronx N the Torah in
memorj of her late husband, Mor-
11- Mehlman .i li .i ler in Jewish
communal affair- in New York
Following the parade and pi
sion, man) people contributed
fund- to have their names In-
scribed in Hi. i
Y tung Israel Sisterhood leadei -
who served .i- hostesses included
M.-- lames Morn- Fruchter, presi
Meyer Weinei B >lla Katz
W it htell, N'aftali Porush,
Alex Alt man and Miss Do roth)
Wal ni' -m -. mour Zucker, congre
gation secretary, was in i
the affair, and David Spielberg
..- liaison with the commu
nit)
Other guests attending were
Rabbis Alexander Gross, Ph
w i in : nd Milii'ii Simon
Jewish Author
At Temple Israel
Di Samuel Sandmel, a leading
I in New 1 | and
its relation to Juda | be the
lecturei
In titute series i-n mnrn.
at Temple Isra I ol i
Miami
.
"' 'I lu laism and
Christi init i )\ ap and D i
i
!'
Morri V\ Graff wi]
H....... s Series
;: Will
follow
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and in 1
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nd E>
In addil .. nt.
' ..
the '
the u ten Dictio
!>; Sandm<
which h u ide c i
lude \ Jewish I
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Th.- Geniu
Jews and J ;
ui th-' Mai
th:- year
rruce Hlcliman. education direcloi oi Temp.e Nr Tamid.
congratulates iour winners of the rectnt candy sale co
sponsored by the Ner Tamid Religious School. Proceeds goes
to the scholarship. Congratulatinq first prize
' d a bicycle, is Bruce Richmcn. Rear are
om Blumnkran7, Gee d Nancy Verm
who were runners-up and received as prizes, a radio, a com-
eia and u pen-and-pencil set.
Group oi
sentsj s "" Belle
:ci Max Cob n (Mi
of I motl '' fht) to Mr?. Sigmui
. .
furtl
c: : Israel.
Brcward-Ncrth Dade Council BB Women
Schedule Varied February .Meetings
Womevco Offers
Variety of Films
Once I'poi
Hans \\ '
i ta N H

Hen
I Spj with the
i \,,.,. || forth
at thi
and Surf Thei tres
Harve) .
Sow ii th week at the
Maj fair Sun el I Norn andie
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various faiths in lit)
The Jewish contingency, which
will be led by Rabbi Schiff, will
have an opportunity to spend
more time in Israel, and will re-
join the ofhsr --roup for the re-
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IN EMANU-EL BREAKFAST SERIES SUNDAY
Seminary Solon at Forum
in Bernard Mandelb
. in ol Tba Jewish Tbaqlo
Serqjnarj ol Amei ica, will be
.-iK-aki'i in 'I\c second session of
' ertjple Kuuiiu Els' bi> aUa>t for-
um series on Sunda) at 10 '.."> a.m..
Max Boderman, i emple president,
has announced Dr. Irving I bjs-
.,ii has directed lh foruin from
ncuption five years i
Theme for iin.- year's for,uo) is
The, Moral Crisea of Our Times."
Iir Mar.: tbjpct *U
youth On the I ollitge Campus."
Dr. Mandelbaum served as
provost, and is professor of homi-
letics on the faculty of the Rab-
binical Department at the Jewish
Theological Seminary of Amer-
ica. For the past several years,
he has worked in close associ-
ation with Dr. Louis Finkelstein,
Seminary chancellor, in direct-
ing *he Institute for Religious
and Social Studies.
film on 'An American Jew'
Jewish Wej V i
Miami Beach "a- I i pr,es<
lied \n American Jew
rributi
the Merci Miami
, ii .in Thui sdaj 8 p n
\ erican Legion Hall.
\lton Rd
in 19S8 Rabbi Mandelbaum re
ed hia doctorate from the
inarj for work on a scientific
edition ol the Pesikta ol Rah Ka
a Palestii Ian Midrash of the
sixth centuo
\ chaptei appeared in tht< Mor
M Kaplan Jubilee \
complete work, a critical edi ,
. i the Pesikta. was published
I the Seminar) in 1962 Di Man
aum recent!) edited a collec
tion of essays Assignment in Is-
rael." published bj Harper and
Row
l>i Max \i/t will conclude the
breakfast forum series on Sunday,
Feb. 26.
All sessions are held in the
Temple's North Branch Auditor-
ium, 77th SI and Dickeni Ave.
Lou Poller i- chairman <>t the
forum.
Youth Hostel
Theme of Meeting
Premiere showing ol slides de
picting activities at the Louise
Wat.Tin.in Wise Youth Hostel In
Jerusalem was to be featured at
for members and pros
pective members of Ihe Justine
Chapter. Women's Division, Aim
ican Jewish Congress, Thursday 1
p.m. al the home of Mrs Anna
Crystal House 5056 Collins
Ave
Narrator for the program was
to be Joseph I Yanich, regional
director, who worked closely with
he hostel program during the
rears thai he served as chief com-
munitj organizer for the Hadassafa
Medical Organization in Jerusalem,
Fund-raisins vice president Mrs
Harold Druker, was to give a spe-
ial report on Ihe Golden Builder's
uncheon Sundaj Mar 2t>. at the
Starlight Roof of the Dora] B
Hotel, featuring Theodore Bikel.
Shirley Borer and Joe N<
in Champagne Extra." which
qoes on the boards at Beth
Sholom on Feb. 25 and 26.
;
Members of Greater Miami Chapter. Deborah Hospital co-
ordinate the chapter's annual luncheon to be held on Tuesday
at the Deauville Hotel. Lett to right are Mrs. Herbert S. Sha-
piro. co-chaiimcn; Mrs. Mildred Auslander. president; Mrs.
Benjamin Duckman. co-chairman; and Mrs. Mitchell Ettman.
All serv res at Debcrah Hospital are free and non-sectarian.
Sev, ents from the Miami area are being treated there
now.
Pioneers Plan
Varied Events
Golda Meir chapter of Pion w
Women will hold its next regular
neetine on Wednesda) Feb 22, al
noon, in ihe Washington Federal,
1234 Washington Ave Mrs Abra-
ham Seltzer, presidi I announced
| thai three chapter members will
,,. honored on the occasion of
wedding annivei sai iea
Honorees are Mrs Isaac Push-
kin. Mrs Oscar Zeltzei and Mrs
\loii i- Dobschultz. who will he
ostesses for the luncheon
ng Musical will tie pre
ented by Mrs I
the piano I Mi Barbara
Mm... i. lesl speaker will be
Vlrs M
Club 2 o! Plon< V will
tier in I Rose
Rose Kata on
I pm m
Royal 11 'rant
will be
Invocation will be i d l>>
Mrs Sadie Hubert Guest
will be Mrs. Milt H
ical program ii! be ; esei led bj
loseph Hurwitz and Mrs 1
Packar hapter president i- Mrs
Ida I.iitnian
Presenting the Mizrachi-Hapoel Hamizrachi Award to Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Zalis vsecond from left and second from righti
for outstanding services and contributions to local and Israel
education is Rabbi Solomon Schifl (center, executive secre-
tary of the Greater Miami Rabbinical Association, and Rabbi
Moshe Weiss (right), of New York, chairman cf the Religious
Zionists of America cultural committee. Looking on is Howard
N. Galbut, general chairman of the function.
Senior Judeans Seek Members
Senior group of Temple B'nai
Sholom Young Judea is launching
a membership drive il a 7 i> m .
Sundaj meeting Further Informa
tion maj be had from Mrs Rose
Adler
Ground was broken Wednesday for the new
Corner Bank of Miami Beach at 930 Washing-
ton Ave. directly across the street from the
present sit* ol the 12 year-old financial insti
tution. Morris Lapidus Miami Beach and New
York architect, who also serves on the board
of directors of the Corner Bank, drew plans
for the two-story building which with land
end equipment will cost approximately $600.-
000. Miami Beach financiers and philanthro-
pists Jack and Stephen H. Corner purchased
control of the bank some eight months ago.
and since then the assets of the Corner Bank
have increased by more than 35 percent. The
new structure will be erected on a 153-front-foot
location.
Scene horn "Champagne
a" due al Both Sholom
Feb. 25 and 26 finds Joe P
do and Dolores Wilson re-
hea: :nedy pres-
entation by Lenore :
Unger directing.
Broad to Head
Torah Club
Max B dei man. presidi i of
Temple Emanu El, ai the
,,i., ol Shepard Broad a<
new ..ii .it the ten
Icnali i ut lub.
Broad baa beta a member of the
.1 oup since Its inception.
The Torah Luncheon i lub, eon
ducted bj Dr Irving Lehrtnan,
met Monday. 12:18 p.m., at the
Slieaborna Motel.
The club, an extensive courae
utilizing text.- and continental uIS,
in pait ol the adult euueaium pro
in of Temple Emanu-JSl.
Beth Sholom
Now Rehearsing
Musical Comedy
Intensive rehearanla are now in
s- almost evcrj evening at
le iteih sholom of Than
paRne Extra," a muaical play i>y
Lenore Brooks, directed by Leon
i [er
It will be presented by the Tarn
pie Beth Sholom Thespians on the
evenings of Saturday and Sundaj
^;> and ~t>. In the temple audl
torium, 4144 Chase Ave. lHam
according 10 an announce
nu'nt b) .lames S Knopke, chaii
ol the drati atic group
Members of the casl Include Nel
tic Goldstein, James Knopke. Syl
\ ,, Davis, Riti SI n i R
Turken. Charlotte Vogel, Mil
Curw n, Sai "olorea Wi
, st, na i J Pardo
... ,
t. Sai Rudl \ I
Mow aid Hollander and ( eil I
pl:,\ i beir ented un
il,,. au,, th Sholom's
1 thi \n- a project of
Sisterhood ol the temple
Mrs .' itman and Mrs
Hair) E Wolk are CO chairmen
,,t ihe Festival of Ihe Arts
Lloyd Caterers
Red Carpet"
Policy Revealed
one of the area's best Wn >wi
catering directors has announced
the formation of a white glove and
red ... et catering service to
handle weddings, sweel sixti i
showers, temple functions and
private at home parties
Lloyd Apple said thai Ihe new
Lloyd Caterers will have
plete staff of European personnel
including outstanding chefs. anu
i feature unusual lighting
signs and cand> stnp.nl tents foi
theii [unctions
Apple, of 2035 SW 21st St..
has been active in the catering
field in Dade County for the
past IS year*, including most re-
cently as catering director for
Beth David. He has been tea
tured in a number of food and
beverage publications for his
catering techniques which add a
"magic touch of drama to the
ancient art of food seivice."
He wa
how
for wedd
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Bui .....
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.ii ,i he u ill
,.,,! : will be
-. item ami will
to in., t i ighl Ihe first time
lards
[*here is t erroi
no second chance I
"and this | will stress at
ings held befor i ash tune
tion, i o mattei how large oi
small
Apple said that since he feels
thai qualit) is more important thai:
quantity, ha will hunt himself to
onl) one part) at a tune S.T
Lecture Series At
Temple Or Olom
"Viewpoints on Judniajn' will be
the overall subjaaj of series <>'
lectttres ad bj the Tempu
' M (Mom 'i ,)uth croup.
Rahbu representing the differ-
ent hrannhea of judaum will be
featuied. uiid each talk, -slated t'
begin ..' H IS pm will be followed
i>\ a question and answer period
Rabin Phli eas Weberman launch
ed th.- sen.-s un Wednesday, Fall
15. with Rabbi Uenrj B Wernid
scheduled for feb 22
on Mai B, Rabbi Herbert Baum
I will be guest speak* i witl
bi Berel Weln slate foi Mai
22
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Friday. February 17, 1967
* Jenitfi JlrridHrin
Page 15-E
Mrf. Ktlemer
/Mrs. Gordon
Flower Show Held
At Garden Center
Mrs Alex Gordon was in rhnrei
< f hostesses, and Mrs. Rose Kr\e
ncr was overall publicity chairman
df the fourth annual Miami Beach
flower show held on Saturday. 1 to
9 p.m.. and Sunday. 10 a m. to 9
p.m.. in the Miami Beach Garden
enter. 2000 Garden Center Dr.,
Miami Beach.
Message of Sprint!" was the
thetoe for the show, jointly soon
-(.red py the Miami Beach. Tropic-
al. Palm Hibiscus-Star Islands and
Mount Sinai Hospital Garden
lirbs
VIP Sabbath
At Emanu-EI
VIP Sabbath, dedicated to Very
interested Parents." will be ob-
il at Temple Kmanu -El on
Sattfttlay, at Use regular servi
Mn Alfred Stone, ,-hairm.m i>f
the VTP committee, has Invited
tits and children to attend the
services and join Pr Irving 11 In
nan at the luncheon and informal
ussion session.
Members of the committee are
Mis Andre Bialolenki, co-chair
and Mesdames Ida Btfgw,
Charles Hinder. Jack Birnhatim.
Harold J Brooks. Herbert Buch
.old. Irving ('ypen, Elliott Harris,
Norman M Giller, Charles In.sler
i 'arol Jacobs. Ben Kanner. Bernard
Kaplan, Jacob Kat/man. Milton
l.uharr. Nathan Malki. leonanl
Rubin. Roger S.ibasticr. Mortimer
Schaffer. Frederick Stein, and
Joseph Teichman.
Dr. Freundlich
Guides Art Tour
Women's Auxiliary of Alpha
Omega, national dental fraternity
hosted a coffee and lecture tour
of the University of Miami I.owe
Art Gallery on Tuesday.
Guests lor the tour, conducted
bj Di \iiL'u~t Freundlich. head ol
Ihe IM Art Department, and Ix>we
Gallery director, weie wives ol
ihe speakers who participated in
ihi "Sunshine Seminar sponaored
Ipha On*
An oesuient is Mr- H)
men Levine
Sir Victor
Golfanz, 73,
British Publisher
i ONDON I \ Sir V Ictoi
Gollanc?. 73. Jewish pwbUaher,
philosopher, and essayist, died here
this week after a short illness The
'Oxford-educated scion of a rabbin-
ical family, who became high!}
successful as a publisher, was
widely known for his individual-
istic approach to Judaism, which
accepted its ethical teachings,
while rejecting formal observance
Although he kept out of most
Jewish communal affairs, he was
a member of the board of govern-
ors of the Hebrew University of
Jerusalem and an active member
of its fund raising organization in
Britain.
H drew sharp antagonism for
advocating forgivtnoss for Gr
man* and tho Gorman nation
after World War II. His position
romainod unchanged in tho foco
of criticivm by Jews, victims of
the Nazis and anti-Gormons
among the general public, but at
tho end many rospected his
peaceful motives, which had also
led him to advocate nucloor
disarmament.
Sir Victors publishing career
was marked by his publication of
a famous series of brilliantly-writ-
ten works on Socialism. "The Yel-
low Books which attacked the es-
tablished order and British foreign
policv lietween World Wan I anil
II
He was himself the author of
worth) essays dealing mostly
with interfaith relations
Him on Volunteers Shown
rj i Smith, director of vol-
unteer service al the Coral Gables
V terans Administration Hospital
to narrate a film showin
nit'' action at the 8 p.m
me* ting of the B nal is nth Women
.Miami Council, on Thursday, Peb
16, at Hillel House 1100 Miller Di
Dr. Wolf son Continues Series
"The Trial of Socrates will be
the topic of the third lecture by
Dr Abraham Wolfson before the
Spinoza Forum for Adult Educa
tion on Thursday, 10 a.m., in the
Washington Federal, 1234 Wash
me,ton Ave
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Services Held
For Alexander
Richardson, *8
Alexander Bichardson. owner of
House and Gardens Fine Furniture.
died Feb. 10 at the ace or 68
Originally from Jacksonville, Fla ,
Mr Richardson had lived in Dade
County for 30 years. His home was
. at 16 Star Island. Miami Beach
A member of the Biscayne Bay
' IiOdge of Masons. Mr Richardson
also belonged to the Mahi Temple
Shrine and Temple Kmanu Fl
He is survived by his wife. Nan
cy; two sons. Melv in and Dr Stan
ley Richardson, of Miami Beach;
two sisters, Mrs. Bessie Giller and
Mrs Marcella ileiman. of Miami
Beach; and three grandchildren
Services were held on Sundav
afternoon, Feb 12. al Riveraide
Normandy Dr Chapel, with burial
in Mt htebo Oaaneterj
Services For
Ritter Levinson,
Civic Leader
Ritter Levinson. chairman of
the Miami Beach Development
Commission, died Friday after-
noon. Feb. 10. at the age of 62
A vice president of Oscar E.
Dooley and Associates, Inc.. Real
tors, Mr. Levinson. of 650 South
Shore Dr. Miami Beach, was ac
tive in real estate, civic and phil-
anthropic organizations
Ho was named chairman of the
Development Commission in
August, 1965, by Mayor Elliott
Roosevelt and directed the work
thai produced the city's first
comprehensive master plan.
A native of Youngstown, o Mr
Levinson came to .Miami Beach in
1950 and shortly began bis career
of volunteer public service which
ended only with his death
He served as chairman of the
Miami Beach Social Service Ad
visory Board, vice president of the
original Greater Miami Community
Chest, now part of the United Fund
of Dade County, president of the
Miami Beach Taxpayers Aasocl
ation, governor of the Miami Beach
Chamber of Commerce, director of
the Miami Beach Better Business
Bureau, vice president of the Mi
ami Beach Presidents" Council and
governor of the Miss Universe
Pageant.
He was named Outstanding CH
izen of the Year in 1964 bv the
Miami Beach Taxpayers \ssoci
ation and. in 1966, was chosen hv
the Miami Beach Junior Chamber
of Commerce for its "Good Citizen"
award.
Levinson is survived bj his wife,
Dorothy Services were Feb 13 m
the Van Orsdel Mortuary, with Dr,
Irving I.ehrman officiating.
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chairman. Seated is Mrs. Luis Neufeld. membership vice presi-
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NATIONAL CONFERENCE OF CHRISTIANS AND JEWS Will CITE THEM
CABRItl HtAllt*
MAYOR HIGH
SISriR DOffOTHr
SIDNlf ANSIN
JOS5PH fITZGtRALD
Miami Celebrates Brotherhood Week
Jewish Flloiridllaun
Florida. Friday. February 17, 1966
ior C
Winners Leaders
In Varied Fields
i
Dinner I*ue -l i>
t lif i tcord i
of the i' inci|
g c it e ri 1 'l nner
Dan B Ruskin, no


ured ui
M Mayor Robert King
I-.
in
i i he i "
. ..:
11 awn hi in

rvision i ii r ii '
i has played
in WCKT's winning three
h In o I Vwards from
.1
M Fitzgerald, an
for the Miami Dioce
i ninH i i al i ouncil m
: hi-
.i
ith
i, i Di hie* r
Bai i\ ollege have heen outstand
hi al! fields, notablj ii "
lations aeti\ i
tii on and "if campus
i iabi iel Heattei radio
lurin W oi Id War II
were sometimes the
ml in. nces in months and
- m hen the spn il I :' Ihei
I to ha anished

boa
Recipient Ihe Sih N1-
,i the lan two \. i
\ nath
i
B
man F rarroll bai ecu
tive J >seph M 1 ipton manufai
S -.. bin and
struct ion firn h ad Fi
Aiimm s success u
the I nited i ind "f Dade Count)
l'it/.:. raid leadership in the
Cat ho! c Dioci I menl

i i ight"- for senior citi/en;
i, i Doroth) role
Barry**
Iiuuing activit) as
and columnist

President Heealls
Meaning of Rights
For All Americans
THE WHITE HOUSE
Washington
During Brotherhood Week i*k>".
American has a splendid
irtunit) in dlspla) the ipiril
ui unity which hai made this
might) nation
Judoe Atkins
co-chairman
Richrrd V/oHton
co-chairman
John Rino Don Buskin
awards chairman dinner chairman
Sen. Cain
national board
John Scrbin
national boaid
FMSrOfNT JOHNSON
It i- a time in which we can
exhibit i the world our unre
lenting desire to eliminate from
our societ) an) vestige of in
Justice
Brotherhood simply means git
Ing to other- the rights, respect
and dignity they deserve
It is a concept that was woven
into the verj fabric of our Con
stitution and Bill of Rights In
recenl years, civil rights legists
tmn has sought even more ex
plicity to guarantee equality for
all Americans regardless of lace,
color or creed
Unfortunately, the gap between
principle and practice still re-
mains It is our task and our
responsibility to make certain
that the gap is closed
I call upon each of our citizen-
to join the National Conference
of Christiana and Jews in the oh
servance of Brotherhood Week
and to make real our pledge of
"one nation under God. indivis
ible, with liberty and justice for
all"
LYNDON B JOHNSON
frank Moaroth
Honda director
Whitney Young
attest speaker
Dinner Tuesday \\ ill
l?e Site of Presentation
Of Five NCCJ Awards
For the third consecutive year, Greater Miami will be lh<
Brotherhood Week v I
lh< N'al onal Co of Christians and Jews holds its
annual Brotherhood Dinner Tueeda) night .it the Fontainel
I he $100 .i plate, black tie hit
in Miami Beach will feature
a talk h> the national executive
lii r-ctoi 'i the i i ban l eague
five distinguish
d I-1"; idiani
Dan B Rusk i Miami Beai h
thropisl industria
i .il chairman ol the dm
ol th social highli
n here
Silver Medallions for Broth-
e-hood will be presented to
Miami Mayor Robert King
Hiqh Miami Beach television
executive Sidney D. Ansin and
Coral Gables attorney Joseph
M. Fitigerald.
tei M Doroth}. ent ol
e, will the
in histoi \ to rei i
\ .1 S|.i cial Brothel I
Vv .ii" i I r I'.S
Han y P Caii ind I I heodore
won the
h In.nor
I o

, led new
N i J lii
pri enti d with the Head-
lin ard
The untimelj death ol V
i i,.. thet co eh.ii man of the
I orida region of the N< '< 'J,
caused a vacanc) in the kej
in -ii ol awards chairman, onlj i
few days before the Feh -l
(linnet
John K Ring, Miami certified
public accountant and president
,,: the Orange Howl Committee
accepted Buskin's appointment to
fill the awards chairmanship on
-hint notice Ring served as gen
eral chairmen ol the highlj sue
cessful 1965 Brotherhood Dinner
Richard Wolfson, senior vice
president of Wometco Ent-
prises, and Federal Judqe C.
Clyde Atkins are co-chairm-n
of the Florida region of the
National Conference. Judge
Atkins serves with Sen. Ca n
and John N Serbin. 1966 Silver
Medallion recipient on the
tional board of the NCCJ.
'
' '

!
R Max Karl in l
-..
public relations >i I. si
directoi
Ernest Chet
NCCJ recentlj n
lers into nev
i in the Du|
:
Ihe 1
liona
Mi 11
than 5
al v ''.I \ ice pre ii
.:., e
\ series ol polici
relations institutes wen
tion with such
Kiu. Dadi Count> Comm
Relations Bi ards,
lice and h riff's i >partn i
judges and other agenc
interested in pro
ing foi better communication be-
Continued on Page 6-C
WHITNEY YOUNG SCHEDULED AS GUEST SPEAKER
Urban League Chief to Talk
Whitney M Young Ii has BC
Cepted an invitation to he guest
speaker at the 15th annual Broth
erhOOd Dinner of the Florida Re-
gion A longtime supporter of
the NCCJ, Young has bean na-
tional executive directoi of tin-
Urban 1 vague for more than five
years.
A World War U veteran who
served in the Kuropean Theater.
Young was Dean of the Atlanta
Unlversit) School of Social Work
for seven years prior to accepting
his challenging assignment with
the I'rban League.
The 45-year old Young, a grad
mite of Kentucky State College,
did graduate work at both MIT
and the University ol Minnesota
and is the recipient of the Out
standing Alumni Award of Mm
ncsota He earned an Honorary
Doctor of Laws degree from
Creighton Unlversit) in Omaha
in 1064
Young is a member of the Com
mission on law Enforcement and
Administration of Justice a- an
appointment of the President He
al-o has been a member of the
President's Committees on Youth
Employment and Kqual Oppor-
tunity m the Armed Forces: ihe
special presidential Task Fo
,m Urban Vffmtrs and the Com-
mission on Technology, Automa
tion and Economic Progress
President of the National Con
lerence on Social Welfare, Young
is a member of the hoards of
trustee- of the John P Kenned)
Memorial Library and ol 'he
Eleanor Roosevell Memorial
Foundation He is the author of
To be Equal, published in 1964
hy Met.raw Hill, and writ.-
weekly column of the same title
m more than 70 new-paper-
aero-- the nation.



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WHERE
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Sav* Envov to Bonn
- Kihmr B*-:-Na*ha- n*- ;
taiay M '<*
L.:-: .>'.. i.<'.-f"'- "".. '<
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I aea H There
but
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n**er **drri ne'e, the
nvv ed *? H Wes* >
man win Mi ^M liiMI aic --
thr the MW>*t'fM IWtC :.-
ctfri bv teotfer* ? The 90<*--i
mee *nd *He o*e! -; |.,
t/>n4ui about he 'mooi i:(
o< Hi -, p r-a niti in Vnt
Mr B- Kettaa HH
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He
ria' toe Gcraaaaa -
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ear er
JtTDICE IS MOT THE FAItEST OF THEM ALL-'
A NATIONWIDE EDOCATKMAi PROGRAM
Three Decades of Service
In Cause of Brotherhood
r STEtL'HO H BtOWN
Pre* "dent. National Conference
e* Chri*#ien* r- .-.
- rrtrtf '- < tea eVCae
the KetfteaeJ1 Ceeaeaeaaa of f hnv
an/J Jew-, k
-I* educational pro;
>. la *trencthen
-.r.al unrtj and txjild illleiie
linous and interracial under
ttanding oithin tie American
coaimunrt>
'A hen tbe National on fere nee
a* founded r. 1928 after a ware
of Mtt-Catheltein had erupted
thjnn* Hired F. Smith cam
pa:rn for the Presidency MB)
*aid a r athoiic couid ne\er be
elected Preiirjent Some 32 >ear
later 'hank* in a large measure
U Mm *ork of pTOteataatt, Catb-
oIk-v Orthodox and Jain, a
< rrf rtn anr! "and
had ween de. a point
irhere a (athoiic was, in tad
ted PTeaMeai
Pioneer in Eeumeniwn
*JCCJ*i eaacatioaal wort vitfe
leachct
.th pel
ne*< and eMc loader! di
mak# fraol ra.
wort BM played a vttall)
important rok ir. blunting
Hi n i n du
logMi p.-o.ra-- r-a beer, a
pioneer in the ecumenical ir
ment ly^nz before the or*H
' interfaith diaiottje r* <
V>Vu.*T th- National Conference
a bringing together Prote*tar-
f athoiic Je.-h and 8ml Ortho-
dox obtb J-d tag leader
ameliorate the religious ho \tt% that divided America
The tame method* oi educa
of dialogue, of teaching, of
peron-to-per^on communication
and rea.*on*d confrontation which
have brought about a ne era of
ecumenical understanding in
America most be applied :th
even greater vigor to eradicate
the ; ;.rupting our countr> today
I therefore aUc my fellow Am kSBI to ioin the National Confer-
ence hh and J<-< m
aanautt of Brotherhood
Week h be --lippfjrt of iU
fmu round educational program
ehalf of aaUt a
\+" m rrake Brotherhood Week
a profound penod our nat:oc. -
development when we take a hard
look at ourelve and our com
maiutie* to ascertain ho far m
have come toward /ir;
prejudtce and divrnmir.atior
or tcheob. in our plant* and
busir.eve* and in our local neigh-
borhoods
InMirinf Detwecracy
\jt'. ination to determine what specific
thing* need to be done to make
Amenta a aofer. a better, and a
finer place in which to live Then.
working toeether during the 51
weeks following Brotherhood
Week let us take whatefer steps
mav be necessary with all the
knowledge and rew>urc*- at our
command to insure that all
Americans are treated equal!;, a-
ns of thu df-mocracy and as
hers in the family of man
kind
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BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
TO THE ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY
WALTER E. HEADLEY. JR.
CHIEF OF POLICE
MIAMI. FLORIDA


~nday. February 17. 1967
+3elstft*rMiari
Page 3-C
^ klclishist is Speaker
At Beth Sholom Here
-w V
COMRADES IN ARMS FOR THE AMERICAN CAUSE.
CIVIL RIGHTS LEADERS SAY WE MUST GATHER TOGETHER
I Year of Stark Divisions
_ Cries Out for New t nities
Dr Nathan Susskind, professor
ol German, humanities and Yid
Ush, and director ol the Yiddish
Lexicological Institute <>f tin- Col
i of the City of New York,
ipoke on The Influence "t Yid-
tish on Americana al Temple
Fioih holom lasl week
Talk was part ol the new lee
ture series in the temple adult
itudiea program entitled "Jews in
America Yesterday, Todaj and l"
..HI low
Dr Susskind, who i to the
United States from Slovakia in
921. studied in I itj I e and
'olumbia University in Sew York
'it> From he was an
Vmerican-German exchange schol
ir mu\ also studied at the I'm
ersities ol Marburg, Vienna and
Debreczen, as well as the French
University In Exile Dr Susskind
las been active in Zionist,
.o.iif. Hebrew and N iddish cul-
tural organizations in tins countrj
Rabbi Leon Kronish served as
discussion leader for the series.
Continuation of a course on
been a year of division
I than of unitv
civil rights leaders were
\ i : gent on now best in
equality for all V S cil
itter racial i lots have
ii cities and suburbs
iast to coast
. hood Week, Feb 19 lo
2(j, i .1 by Ihe National
ence of Chi istians
ds us that thei< i- one
on which our Foun Ii
.ml our Judaeo < 'hnstian
- \wui!d have us unani-
that deprivinu
-
Social Club Notes
Director's Post
cutivc din
: Likemia So< ii I;
lest at Ihe F<
: ili- Dade < oun
ol Ihe Leukemia
Restaurant,
i ame here from
attend the Florida
ol the societj in
Feb 4. has bei n > xe< u
the natioi al
some American citizens <>f their
rights i- unconstitutional, inv
moral and irrational
President Johnson, honorarj
National Brotherhood Week
chairman, has said, "the gap be
tween principle and practice 'till
remain- It i- our task and our
responsibility lo make cei
tain that tin closed
The National Conference of
Christians and Jews invites all
American- to help close this
by participating in year-round ac
ti\ it ii such a- n- Id ai ing hil
i, od Will" institutes
which focus on tin in I role
nts in teat hing children
ade- uited to di n oct atic li>
its Pol munitj Rela-
tions Institutes, which bring lo
gether those concerned with hu-
man relation- problem- peculiar
to law enforcement, it- Labor
Management Institute-, which in
volve employers, employees and
COmmunit) leader- in pro* i
equal opportunities in industry';
and it- Youth Institutes and
Teacher Workshops, which pro
\ ide oppoi (unities for candid dis
ii.--.mm ol classroom and com
mm.it> problems
This emphasis upon involve
men,, not ju-t sympathy, with
(he aspirations of citizens dc
privod ol their rii hts is vital if.
a- the P esident said, we are "to
make real our pledge as 'one
nation under God, indivisible
u ith libertj and justice for all
:therhood
greetings
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< Iranintj. Inv.
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Miami
Phone FR 3-0541
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EXPERT GENERAL AUTOMOTIVE REPAIRS
1101 W. FLAGLER ST. Ph. 371-3365
Brotherhood Greetinqs to the Entire Jewish Community
HOME LUMBER & Industrial Supply Corp.
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Honk Penck-MSfcy
great Jewii ideas being given
by Rabbi Daniel Franzel, assist
ant rabbi of Beth Sholom, was
held at 7:45 p.m. Hebrew courses
are also offered at that hour.
conducted by members of the
Beth Sholom Hebrew faculty.
Members ol the temple boai
education include Mrs Irvin I
I chail man. .lack Abbott.
I leromi .lack Fink.
Mrs Isaac Fleischman, Miltoi
Gaynor, Judge llarrj Arthur
Greenbei a, Di .>.'i Mrs
Mi !. be
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Kushman,
Mrs. Bel i i Mi I..
Mrs me. Mrs I
Miller. Mrs David Muskat, Mi
Mi Jos* ph Pai lo. Philip P
nek. Mi Paul R Mrs Kurt
Schmelzer, Mrs David Shelisl
Seymoui Silverman, Mrs Harry H
Smith, Mrs Louis F Snetman,
Mr- .1 Bernard Spector, Mrs Mai
tin Steiner, Dr and Mrs Eugene
Uii". Mrs Allan Wilson, Mrs
William YanowiU
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Two Dade County Jewish lead
. i Kid -t .!, i and Mdoej I el
court, ha\< been reelected to the
board ol directors of the Joinl Dii
tributi tin ale<
32rd ;n
tkeld ret
\i i '. I i
iurt i>rc

- Miami Jen
iet- F>., .
;.il l ombined Jewish
which
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O'hcr Miirri commurjl lead-
er* whole tertrs aid not ep>r
anrf who are therefore stm serv-
ing on the toard of directors of
JDC ate Sam HeiTtan. S'lney
C Myers and William D. Singer.
All three men are also members
of For'e'a'ion's e*eeuivt com-
mittee and board of governors.
,
tne adopted a budget j>f $2.
5!K) for relief and rehahiir
aid to more than 385.000
Jean in 30 overaeaa ct>ur
Thi-- Includes emergfcocy ai :
h refufsea in Europe-.
irlj in France and Ita
thouiandf of needy
North Africa, and an incr-
number <>f aged and handle
-< Israel.
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rw<
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OUR YOUNG WILL LEARN TOLERANCE FROM THEIR ELDERS
WE MUST MAKE IT A YEAR-ROUND EVENT
One-Dav-a-Year Brotherhood
Fails to Meet Important Need
Social latiriata, ikepties, and
ritfht cynics sneer at such
ffort- as National Brotherhood
Week Assumedly. they belir\t-
hat once a year glad-handirm.
back slapping and sloganeenng
ail to meet our human relation^
eedi We a.
Brotherhood Week is no solu
on It is not even a reminder
Daily tront page headlines of
riots and religious conflagra
in major American cities
are reminder enough
Brotherhood Week's sponsor.
the National Conference of Chris
tians and Jews, agrees too.
For tbil reason, it conduct-
>ear-round human relations edu
cational programs It intends.
however that Brotheihoo.i Week
Feb. 19 26. serve a> a time of
self-evaluation, communitv audit,
and resolution to practice broth
erhood throughout the yeai
Such reflection i vital, for if
we are ever to look back on the
past with pride, then we must
first face up to a present of
shamefully meager achievement
Who needs Bio'heihood Week"
We do
Brotherhood Greetings
to the Jewish Community
Paul B4N*ker
TAILOR
MENS TAILOR SHOP
& ALTERATIONS
4363 S.W. 8th STREET
Ph. 445-1177
BROTHERHIOD
GREETINGS
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Plumbers Inc.
7150 N.W. 5th PLACE
Phore 758-5595
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS TO ALL
FLAGLER INSURANCE
AGENCY, INC.
Donald Kaplan
129 N.E. 79th ST.
Marvin Haven
PL 1-8613
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
TO OUR MANY FRIENDS
Earl V. Wilson Company
MERCHANDISE BROKERS
MIAMI JACKSONVILLE TAMPA ORLANDO
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS TO ALL
VINYLEX CORPORATION OF FLORIDA
PLASTIC EXTRUSIONS
836 W. 18th Street Hialeah, Fla.
Ph. 887-9496

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SPECIALIST IN
RE-ROOFING REPAIRS & LEAKS
FREE ESTIMATES
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Ph. 444-4516
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS 'iO ALL .
MIAMI DIAMOND CENTER
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Rabinowitz
Mr. and Mrs. David Rabinowitz
Mr. and Mrs. Morns Rabinowitz
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Goldstein
TO ALL BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
ALEX MILLIGAN
w Marine Surveying Organization *
Marine Insurance Surveying if Yach* and Vessel Surveying
Marine Consultants and Engineers if Appraisal and Inspection
P.O. Box 126, Gratigny Station
Miami. Florida 33168
Phone: 757-9622 Res.: 681-6967
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CAROLINA FRITZ COLLINS. Secretary
3136 N.W. 27h Ave Miami Tel 635-2447
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
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CHOICE FABRICATED MEATS
501 N.E. 183rd St, No Miami Beach Phone 947-0831
DADE RESTAURANT REPAIR SHOP
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Repair and Overhaul of Hotel ft Restaurant Equipment
2319 N.W. 7th Avenue. Miami 33127 Phone FR 9-6127


Friday. February 17. 1967
*kni Page 5-'


Brotherhood Programs of NCCJ
; i
BROTHJERHJpO
Do Unto Others As
You Would Hvr
TTicm Do Unto You*
lUIMMId
: JOomM
', CONFUCIANISM
TAOISM
zoiostiwiism
chwstmiiiy
hum
URGE NUMBER NOT ENTITLED
I .S. Denounces
( \R WA A id To
Liberation Force
D NATIONS (JTA) -
i ited States Government
condemned recentl) the
ol United Nations relief
:. !].:. n gening in the
Liberation 11 I on
Failure ol the i nited Na
ai ization in chai -< of
i ( !>i remove from its
>>. lai i un b r of
.'. h i are not enl II led to
were
llardn 1- Han
the Amcricai
;ui
' ommittt has been de
efugee problem, the
ing on the annual
, i bj l..mi
Miehalmore, Commiasioner
(he Uhited Nations R<
Works Agency for Pales
fugees
In his annual report, Dr. Mich-
i nora informed tht Assembly
in the year under review,
** had made no progress in re<-
ng UNRWA's relief rolls, as
'ed to do by the Assembly
M ago. He b'amed this fail-
on lack of cooperation by
Ho governments, which
e \v iscliciion o\er the areas
the refugees are main-
Syria Jordan, Leb-
ind 'hs Gaza Strip. Dr.
nora hid reported also
hit orga 'ization was chan-
g iations to young refugees
J'e currently receiving
ing m the PLO.
...
ifl cull the
ll
,-erae
., enc> el
the n.' tii in ra
.
n 'ii- i us
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iusl> with
II i- outrageous lhal
peofil h d '
heat need
il b< ni lita pro ided i>\ thi
munitj "
Mi Bancrofl also told the Com
mittee "Since Ihe Palestine Lib
eration Arm) came into exist*
man) young men on the agenc> s
ration rolls havi lited
it and yel have remained
on the rati in rolls The i mte l
i i k m lasl
real lhal we considei .' inadmis
sible for .' in .i ei ej lo suppl>
n sen ing in in a
ti I thi the
: iation quesl on bj .i
., d ndeed lo thi
throw ni the pnl ol a
tnembei ol the l nited Nations
Mr. Bancroft noted that Dr.
Micbelmore had stated in his
report that he had worked out
special financial arrangements
through which the "host" gov-
ernments had contributed $150.-
000 to UNRVVA so that the ra-
tions provided to members of
the PLO would not come out of
funds contributed by other gov-
ernments to UNRWA.
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the i called
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in 1<^8 bj Charles K
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:es Cadman, Roger VV Straus,
CaiIton .1 II Hayes and othi i
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li is ;i civic organization en
ed in a nationwide program
of intergroup education, it en-
list'; all people of good will who
without compromise of conscii
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portant religious differences work
together to build better relation
ships among people of all relig
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and fellows ;) multiple approach
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situation in the community. It
reaches millions of Americans an
nuall) bj conducting p
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cietj
Major NCCJ Programs
' h ediu as ion it
a pro' mdlj in p< t;
i ol acti in hen it influi
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soci '
NTCJ R .. :
dren of Good Will" Institutes.
varied to meet local community
needs, hut focused upon the im
portant i Ii ol parents in i<
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democratic living
Th-- Religious News Service ol
the National Conference serve
some 800 clients daily news
papers and news magazines, the
religious press of all faiihs and
radio and TV stations across
country with daily dome tic
and foreign news reports, photos
and special features It is tin
world's only inter religious news
agency.
Since 1941, NCCJ has coopei
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universities in a'l parts of the
country in a summer Workshop
Program. In a university sett
d community leadi i -
spend two to --A weeks togcthei
sharing, exchanging and lean
practical ways of meeting the
i blems w hich confront them in
their commun ties
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t rs i onferenci and institutes
I s, hool youth pro
irtunities to discuss Issues of
ncern to young people in
iwin pli ol our
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i; latiins brings I
law enforcement officei -
communit) leaders to achu
communication and understa
ing in everydaj situal ons It
eludes an annual week-lo
tional Institute at Michigan Si
Creating Understanding
NCI .' Institutes involving <-
hoi. management and commui
lers help to creati an m i
standing ol mutual n
in crucial human relations pi
lems
NC< "J's Religious Frei
Public Affair- Program provi
an opportunit) for Dialogue i
the Community to raisi the
ral level of public discuss
and understanding an ong re -
ious groups differing on iss
of public com
v "CJ's extei ii' e pub! cal
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sen'".is and colleges, chun
and synagogues, civic agent -
and the media ol mas- comrfl
cations thai stimulate thoi
and shed new light on import
issues
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Education in Quebec
Discussed by Jewry
MONTREAL JTA
..! Commission ol into
a seriet 1 the
.li .'. ish cl il Irei
the
that
pn
and I that n (
thi R >\ ..':
in of private
schools should hi- extended to pro-
vide for nich support for sch ioIs
which comply with the prop
.11 all -chooK in the
prov.
Another welcomed the proposal
that the public e
m Quctx cl differences in
thi religious options of parents

fled
The Congress proposed the ex-
emption from religious instiuc-
ion and exercises in confession-
al schools should be automatic.
.without requiring written re-
quests from parents, as is now
-equired. Quebec schools are
operated under direction of
Christian-controlled boards.
The Coi
Biblical literature in such
...
and that th' 1
mod for legal abseno
holidays for children and teach-
I Thi- Congress support* d 1
imendation that confess
elementary schools which accept
pupils no) t longing to th' faith
with which the schools are .
ich pupils appropi iatc
ious or moral instruction and
that, on the ai > level such
ta e of the \a-
such or moral in-
strucl
'hat 1
The said il tup
ported the recommendation that
Hip 1 mfi ssional
b replaced by >
threefold administrative structure
comprising school committees, re
1! commissions and a Council
school Development.
The Congress asked that, be-
fore a unified administrative
structure for the schools was
implemented, interim measures
should be taken to do away with
the legal disabilities of Jewish
parents and taxpayers.
Thi 1 ress ndorsed recom
mendations oi the Royal Commis-
sion thai the school system in Q 11
.1 choice between
h and I e In
struction on all three levels
Cat ho con
fessional of I d re
v ised scl tun
ol the w hi li sj sti
tl .ill;.'
Klein Completes
Service
At a recent summation and review session for
Mount Sinai Hospital's sixth annual lubilee
Ball held at the Diplomat Hotel recently are
(left to right) Mrs. Edward Cowen, Mrs. Leo
Chaikin. Sam Pollock, Mrs. Carl Weinkle.
Baron de Hirsch Meyer. Dr. Richard Deutch.
Lou Harris, Mrs. Yale Levinson. cho
Mr. and Mis. Robert Z. Greene. Mrs. Leo:
Wien. Mrs. Maury Wally. Mrs. Lester Re:?
A. C. Fine. Max Coqen, Mrs. Shepard Br
Mrs. Julius Pearson, Mrs. A. Herbert Mai
and Mrs. Arthur Burrell.
( rban League Chief to Talk
Army
Arm> specials! 4. Sand> P
Klein, chief inn:
assistant for ll< adquarters VII
Corps, returned from Germany
upon compii his military
tl)
Sandy, who received the Good
Conduct Medal for exemplar) be
11.iv 101. efficiencv and fidelity
while serving at Corps headqoai
ters in Stuttgart Germany, i> the
son of Mr and Mrs Milton H
Klein. 124K Mariana Ave 1
(iables lie has been serving in
German) since May, 1968
Sand) attended Miami Dade .lun
ior College, and is a member of
Sigma Lambda Phi lie was em
l by the First National Bank
of Miami before entering the
Arm) in December, 1963
Continued from Page 1-C
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oi all creeds
The NCCJ currently is work-
ing on special human relations
proiects in cooperation with
most of the states' universities
and colleges; is coordinating
Dade County youth leadership
groups in conjunction with the
Welfare Council; has establish-
ed dialogues on an ongoing
basis among clergymen of the
Catholic. Protestant and Jew-
ish faiths; and is implementing
other phases of the national
NCCJ programs.
Dm ing the past j .
lance of somi 100 women
from South Florida took part in
an NCCJ-sponsored, all-da) insti
lute i'ii Operation Head start:
Florida educatoi wen off
the-record briefings on the latest
ill velopments in governmi 1 I a<
tivity in the field of human 11 la
lions; and N't CJ director Magrath
speai !: aded he 01 ganization
hi re of a unit of the National
Association of Intergroup Rela-
Rcbbi B. Leon Hurwitz ileft ,
spiritual leader of Temple
Israel, Daytona Beach, ac-
cepts the diploma certifying
that he is an honorary Doctor
of Divinity from Dr. Louis
Finkelstein, chancellor of the
Jewish Theoloaical Seminary
of America. In recognition
of his more than 30 years of
selfless service to congrega-
tions," the Seminarv award-
ed the degree to Rabbi Hur-
witz at a special academic
convocation held at TerrtDle
Anshe Chesed in New York
City.
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WHAT WAS THE SENSE OF JACK RUBY'S SENSELESS ACTION AND DEATH?
Sad Fate of an Assassin 's Murderer
By MAX LERNER
\ man who had lived shabbily
li.i- died pathel rail), y< t by one
,,f id..... eras) li Icks lhat history
his name will be remem
i when Ihose of more creative
have been forgotten Texans
should counl themselves lucky, ;il
I though through no grace of Iheir
lhal their state didn't go
h with the ghastl) design ol
Jack Rub) to his death l>>
aw's doom There would have
no redemption for such a
lei it was better for him to
is he did, by the Irrelevance
and a hiood clot, after
th.it had been strange!) ii
[relevant to the final deed for
' he "ill he known
Whatever happens to the war
, : the Warren Report, 1 doubt
Ruby's role in the history
Oswald affair will decide
it one way or another One max
not accept all of Ruby's version
of how it happened, but the valid
Ity or falseness of the Warren Re
port doesn't turn on how candid
Rllb) has been Their I- of COUrSC,
Mark Lane's storj "i a meeting at
Ruby's nightclub before the Ken
tied) shooting with the implica-
tion 'ha' Rub) v.as mixed up with
the little group "f Right wing fa
natics In Dallas, bul It doesn't
stand much scrutin)
We shall probabl) never know
whether Ruby's killing of Oswald
was a spur-of the minute impulse
or whether as some police testi
mony at the trial insisted he
had brooded over it earlier and
(.niied it with him in his mind
Bul while this bears on the ques-
tion of Ruby's legal guilt, now no
longer at issue, it has little to do
with the core issues m the War
ran controversy
Blausteiii Wins Top
Scopus Award for '66
By Special Report
Blaustein, industrialist
anthropist, of Baltimore
I been named to receive
t Scopus Award, it w s
a unced b) Nathaniel I Gold-
k resident of the American
: the Hebrew University
I. whii h is the highest
iven b) the Ailler
i i i.ds. was presented I
|.n H ecen 11)
his honor at the Wal
|oi i \ tin i.i in N< York l it)
I Mitchell Felt, prominent
lieu Vork philanthropist and civic
hairman "t the event
Blaustein is honorary pres-
ident and former president of
the American Jewish Commit-
tee He has served under the
last five presidents of the
United States, is currently a
presidential representative on
the board of governors of the
USD and a consultant to the
State Department on interna-
tional business problems, as well
as a senior vice president of the
Conference on Jewish Material
Claims against Germany.
\ national committee of se\
era hundred key leaden <>f the
Jewish eonuuuiiitv. a> well U
prominent government ami diplo-
matic fumes was mobilized
li support of the event. Honorar)
chairmen ol the committee were
iM..iiis b Abrant, Irving M Bn
fee Max M Usher Jacob M Kap
l Philip M Klut/nuk, airs Her
I- ii Lehman, Albert List. Phil-
ip u Lown, Joseph Meyerhoff,
.1 Phillips, Mam ice Sail/man.
I>< i> Stone Ai'mi Lewis L
Si Benjamin II Swig Jack
I) iV'eiler. Robert I W i hnick and
i r I., inthal chairman,
b I ol |overnoi s
si opus Aw aid i named for
th.....iginal campus "i 'he He
brew i /ersity, whi< h as a result
nee, is no
|i ici esaible In sli ;hll) more
v. ii' er 50 buildings
fot itud) and research have been
completed at the new Hebrew
JACOB BLAUSTilN
I'niversit) campus at Givat Ham.
with still more to come to accom-
modate its constentl) Increasing
student cniollment
in short whether Kenned) was
killed bj one man or more than
one, w hethei b) the act of a loner
or by a plot, I don't think there
will be much doubl 20 years from
now that Oswald was killed i>>
Kiibv. ahuie and i ot as pai t ol a
plot
Tlii< doesn't wipe out, of course,
the act itself of killing Oswald
It was the act of a man who had
lived most of his life in a state
if mental confusion in a fog
fleetlngly lit up b) what seemed
to Huby flashes of intense ilium
mation.
He may well have believed,
as he said in the tape he record-
ed before his death, that every-
thing went dark in his mind
from the moment he reached the
bottom of the ramp until he was
disarmed by the police. But if
so, it was the movement of an
automaton who plummets
through darkness to commit an
act he had willed in a moment
of fanatic intensity.
Poor Ruby: he though! he was
doing an act of high purpose, vet
aside from the wrong he did in
the killing itself, he made it im
possible for us ever to learn the
truth about the central killing II
histor) is not one single simple
path of events but a set ol altl
tive paths not only what happen
ed but also what might have hap
pened. then it was Rub) who i-
res| msible, poor wretch, fot clos
off the other path- that the
intellectual histor) of our time
might have taken
To tho e who argue that, bi
! was tins forevei
stilled 'hen Rub) mUSl have killed
him t" keep him from tall
one can onlv 88) that the) contuse
consequence with, motive There
- i othing to suggest that this was
his motive
What was then'' The trouble
here is that theie aie. in the con
sctous and unconscious of ever)
killer, layers below layers of moti
vat ion. On the top layers Rub) s
own account offers some clues he
thought that someone OUghl to kill
Oswald in order to spare the Presi
dent's widow the indignit) of hav
ing to come again to Dallas and
relive the whole tia-MO I I mil
thinking that someone ought lo
do it. he fell to thinking that he
OUghl t and w hen be) ond his
c( nscious will, he found himsell
confronting Oswald, he did what
he had brooded over
But deeper than this was
Ruby's self-image, all through
his life, as the outsider who be-
longed inside, the boy from the
Chicago ghetto who admired
"class" and aspired to it, but
never had it. He had always
been on the margins of life,
never able to cross the line and
break into what really counted.
He had used his energy, his
wits, his always ready fists, to
break through the barrier, but it
had not worked.
Then came the moment for
Which, it must have seemed to him,
his whole life had been a prepaia
tion: when he could give dignity
(0 his shabbv life, and show that
he had "guts" and "class, and lift
himself and his people (he was a
self-conscious Jew) lo the level he
had dreamt of How pitiful the
dream seems to us. how dismally
it ended in a jalltiouse and a hos
pital, how trivial are the little fill
crums on which histor) turns
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(irand chief. Mrs Pinky Bach,
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Mrs George Goldberg; excellent
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Mrs Meyer Simons, treasurer.
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mMting of \-.e S-ster-
'-7.'. boardl cr Te-r.ple ftnana-E
" tr-old group ptfaiij
:- ::i icr.es and dances thev .e~:r.e~
m m their teacher. Mrs. Ja.-.e
a* ..-.d Pre-School Depanrr.er.-
-pe .-.-. = -_.- Mi Naomi E:cr.de.s right), are
p.-. ion of Mr and Mrs. Jose Mrs. Jay Dermer.
Pere::=: Steven, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald
C aftiM E'.:se daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roger
Sc be :-.*.. e: Terr, daughter of Dr. end Mrs.
Howard Grumer: Mark, son of Mr. and Mrs
Leo L:nder.bera. Scott at the mike son of Mr.
Mrs. Elliott Harris. Bruce son of Mr. and
Mrs Barry Memn. and David, son of Mr. and
LNSolons Say Now Not Time
For Palestine Problem Talk
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i .- ...ation on

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.l ti : e for inn.
Qoee-
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'raft whiel land ha*.
the Arab
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On the diplomatic front, ls-
i el i Foreign Minister Abba
I n ronferred r (( ( n t I y
And ti Gromyko Foreign
Minuter of the Soviet Union, and
Romania'* Foreign Minister
Cornelia Manescu. Previously,
he had met wit'i Adam Rapacki.
Foreign Minister of Poland. Mr.
Ehan s talk with the three states-
man from the Soviet bloc coun-
tries, if was \if, "look the farm
of useful exchanges of views on
international and Middle East
problems," and on Israeli rela-
tions wilh the governments re
presented here by the three for-
eign ministers Each talk lasted
an hour.
Political circle- :n JcrtJM
said tha: Eban ing with

to I be
It wa

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p about
he personal]) knew
a* an'i-
i : and
j peace and
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In a related development, if
was revealet* in Jerusalem that
a five-man Mistadrut delegation
secretly left for the USSR to
tour Russian trade union insti-
tutions t the invitation o* Sov-
iet lefcor leaders The visit start-
ed several days ago and had been
a well-guarded secret until now,
in order not to endanger the
mission, which is considered here
as having great potential politi-
cal significance.


in an in-
ntion
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i annual installation dinner of the Greater Miam1 Hebrew
Jree Loan Association, Isadore Schwartz is presented with
:nt-sized qavel on his installation for a 16th term as presi-
of the Association. Th* aavel is presented by incominq
1 rst vice president. Franklm D. Kreutzer. Other officers in-
"allfd were Mrs Rr |A Sieael. second vice president: Mrs
lelda Kunst. recording secretary; and Mrs. Ida Ochs. fanan-
i .al secretary. Mayor Elliott Roosevelt served as installing
r, and master of ceremonies for the event at the Fon-
ebleau was Joe Nevel.
Architect Opens
!n Art Show Here


:
Hunti
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m Pittsburgh ami his Ha I
-lt>
The architect has had exhib-
its at the Yale Art Gallery, the
Carnegie Institute and locally at
the Huber Gallery and the Grove
House Gallery.
Me i~ the recipient of -
hips and numerous c

The exhibition will run through
are
l
venings u 30 to 10 p m
Secretary of Interior Udall, Pmcus Sapir
Address Israel Bond Confab in Gotham
By Special Report

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More than 350 Jewish leaders
from communities throughout
the United States and Canada
took part in the conference,
which opened a 1967 national
drive for SltS million in bonds.
As .'. ad of trie D> .
retarj I dall
recognition a- a leading auto
or. ;. -er\ation and
:' water :
is an expert on the p
of saline water, an area in which
dent Johnson has initiated a
cooperatne effort between the
L'mted State* and Israel, pro*.
for the nac of toad*' nerg) in
ill from >ea water
Both Secretan. I dan and r :n
ance Minister Sapir (poke at
dinner session of the Israel
Bond conference
The conference con>idered
plans for an intensified effort
through the Israel Bond dr:\
de the investment fund-
needed to help accelerate [an
economic development du
I -:
other speakers in addition to
and L'dall were Louis Boy-
ar. board chairman. Abraham
Feiabatg. president of Um Larael
Bond Organisation. Samue. Roth
berg, national campaign chairman
Iir Joseph J. Schwartr \ice
ident. who has ju-t returned from
conferences m Israel with F'nme
Minister Le\i F.-hkol and
government officials: Mrs Jan
Peerce chairman of ih. .
n, anj I) Lou
Harris. national chairman for
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The Finance Minister p'edic*
ed that Israel's new economic
policy of sh'ftino, its manpowe-
into eiport-oriented mdui--<
would succeed in restoring its
economy to "stability and pro-
ductive strength He said th*'
the new emphasis on productio-
for eiport would bring Israe ,
exports for 1967 to a total e'
$1,000,000,000
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the I '' :
could be adv arced if
ould follow
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School of Greater Miami by Mis. Hyman Kolko (1. if
membership luncheon by the Worm-:i of Mea.vta. Center
president, Mrs. Murray Berkowitz. Right is Rabbi Berel V.
cf Beth Israel Synagogue, who was quest speaker. Mrs. Lou
Schwartz (not shown is membership chairman.


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Alterman Heads Heart Fund Drive
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[slander Chapter ol Women's American
standing (left to right, rear' Mrs. )os-
. Mrs. Saul Haber. president. Mrs.
90 Grosa rxrst president. Mrs. Melvin Rose,
l co chairman. Front row left to right)
are Mf sdames Dora Trov, Isadrre Gm Sam-
uel Freemen. Lilyan Roller, Rudolph Kramer.
Hcrry Sh'Jkrot, May Shapiro. Coleman Bul-
man, Irving Krauthamer. ricrpnce Kupper-
nan. Miriam Stcller. Irving Steinlauf. Mirray
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Xeo-Nazis Need Our Study
VI IN ill A \ Brit i-h
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both eomplacenc) about
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West Germany and hy
vi the fact that "eight
u c-i German alec
: ti neo Nazi pai ties
M irning wai made by
S ba Montefiore, presi
the Anglo-Jewish Asm
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i. also expressed concern
over unrest In the Middle East
and said the time had come for
Israel and the Arab rulers to sit
down to a peace conference
Alerting World Opinion
CHI! AGO (JTA1 A pro-
i a ert world opinion to the
threat ol neo-Nazism in West Ger-
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Jerry Tcit. chairman of the junior high program at the "Y." Left to right aie Richard Seliqman.
committee of Greater Miami YMHA, presents Debbie Wiess. Jerrv Taft, Kenny Goodman,
charters to the presidents of junior high clubs Linda Shapiro, and Janet Kay.
Beach Rabbi Serves Pulpit,
Teaches at Hebrew Acad.
BREAKING JHi SHACKLES
New Hope for Jews
Now in Franco Spain
By ROBERT Segal seminaries bearing the encyclical<*
Liberty, long enchained in Spain. '" Po" ,oh" xxm ;",(l *
still weeps; but there ii nev. hope "",1,,(l advance the new
ii thii 28th year of Generalissimo nautical spirit proclaimed by Pop
Franco's dictatorship for breaking paul VI. The* have no stomacl
some of the shackles flll. BovtrwneBl controlled press
Even the 7,000 Jena ol Madrid, they abhor a begrudging politi
Barcelona, Valencia, and Malaga system pcrnuttitni only one poll
lhare the promise Ol l modicum tieal party. the hated Falannc
of recognition, a token of freedom, they iniat on sharing freedom
associatioii with "liters students
scientists in a new era; they ar
in recent weeks, the world's li-
beral press has spread word of the
scandal of the aUeged brutal beat open
ing "f more than loo Roman
By RANDY FUHR
\\ ho ever said that a congi
ti m couldn't hold religious worship
. nd stud) m a renovated store and
. the same time keep it- growing
membership ha|
You'd th :ik thai such a mi ve
I to a
synas e. But jul look
I Youi [srai I of Miami Beach,
1544 vVa h [ton Ave
Today, the synagogue is alive
ith activities, all due to re-
iponsible-minded Rabbi Naftali
Porush, a 30year-old Orthodox
spiritual leader who received or-
dination in 1964 from the He-
brew Theological College in Chi-
cago. Not only is the con-jrega-
tion in a store, but Rabbi Por-
ush's pulpit represents only ore-
half of his professional commit-
ment.
Bustling worm n comprise the
lei hood. "Study i- good
for furthering the educational out
looks "I people, said Rabbi Per
ush But the synagogue has a task
of catering to the whims of oldei
Miamians even though It's called
Young Israel
l in paiticiiluih Interested in
encot the elderly to work
her w ith ;i grow ing group ol
young people ol the community."
explained Porush. So far. the eon
ation has formed bi-weekl)
Sunday afternoon study sessions
open t > college students
Dai)} classes in Jewish ethics,
Bible, Talmud and in cut tun
Metro Mayor Chuck Hall is
honored by the Dado County
Commission upon comple-
tion of ten years public serv-
ice. Commissioner Alex Gor-
don presents the Mayor with
an engraved plaque and pro-
claims the dav "Mayor
Chuck Hall Day." Mayor
Hall became a county com-
missioner in January 1957.
In 1964, he was elected as
Dado County's first mayor.
R&BBI NAFTALI PORUiH
the Jews are taught to members
both men and women
"What's unique about Young is
reel ii that religious services are
characterised by communal sing
.hi absence of commercial ac
tivities during the service, and a
strict separation between men and
wom< n, declared Rabbi Porush
Born in Jerusalem, Rabbi Por-
ush left Israel for America in
1939, settling in Seattle. Wash.
He received his higher education
at Chicago's Jewish College, and
in 1959 took a Bachelor of Sci-
ence degree in chemistry from
Roosevelt University in Chicago.
Besides serving Young Israel,
I: holds teaching poaitioi
the ll brew Vcademj and Masivta
Hi h School lie has taught at the
for two years, and in-
sti UCts students in Judaic suh
for the third yeai al Mesivta
Wh tl i i.
'i ( I Porush sei ved as
am directoi in
va, the
youth movement
0 or 10 years old
Longevity, Brevity
Is Panel Subject
was the
subject ol .i panel discussion bj
l>r Jacob Glassman, and Dr I
..: i breakfast ol the
Brotherhood ol Temple Beth Sao
loin on Sunday, in the temple audi
touuin Aaron Parr is Brother
chairman
Added ,.' ; ,h-i ion w BS an art e\
iubii iii taw Sisterh id I
i Samuel Malaehi. Israeli artist, now
visiting here who attended the
show
James s Knopke is pn ddanl of
the Brotherhood which supports
the youth activities program of
Beth Shnlom.
to coil. _e age participants." he
said
When Rabbi Porush flndl that
he is tense, he relaxes >>> playing
the piano He enjoys music, a- well
.i- playing with his two-month-old
daughter, Naomi Hia wife Ii an
active membci ol the Sisterhood ol
he e ition, serving as treas-
urer
Orthodox Young Israel imposes
on the 11 mmunitj the realm ol tra
ditional Judaism that i~ so often
missing in .i large city, Rabbi
ed Sister cot
' i "> oung l-i ai i is located in
North Miami Beach
One thing Rabbi Porush dis-
likes: "The apathy of many resi-
dents and tourists who attend
our activities and who feel no
sense of either a financial or
moral obligation to support the
congregation."
' People raaj criticize anj congre
gation foi personal reasons; yet,
a hat people think but what
they do that counts. Rabbi Porush
concluded Young Israel is sub
affiliated with the National Coun
cil of Young Israel which origin-
ated 50 years ago in America
As Young Israel," he said,
anticipate an influx of the young.
But the Beach is a particular com
munity, particularly South Beach.
and as such the age level of the
congregation is consideraly higher
That's all right," he said "We arc
young In spirit Ancient Judaism
always has been
Catholic priests in Barcelona This
seems, at fust glance to negate
any immediate expectation of a
weakening f tyranny But, exces-
ses against trade unionists, re
belling students, and bold new*
paper editors are one thing; the
use "I physical violence against pertinent example Franco's nev.
Spanish men of the cloth is some law of Apr. ft was supposed to I j\
thing else Indeed, the deter nina- ended government censorship ol
nomy m which poverty dot
while the favored few grow evei
richer
But if Franco thinks he can
satisfy the young rebels with slight
concessions, he may l>e in f.ir
grave disappointment The bandl
Ing of the Spanish press offers .
lion of the priests to protest, a
to their courage in carrying then
cause to Archbishop Modrego ol
Barcelona. nia> augur the begin-
ningof a better daj
It is now a year and a ha'f
since Franco received two Jaw
ish leaders, Marx Mazin and Al-
berto Levi, seeking le.-jal rec-
ognition of the small Spanish
Jewish communities. At that
time, a spokesman for Franco
said: "There is no anti-Semitism
anr1 no Jewish problem in Spain
We respect and like lha Jews."
It was not difficult to say this
considering that Spainish Jews
had obtained no formal audience
with Spani'S rulers in 473 years
And Spain might well think high
ly of Jews who had enriched the
pages of Soanith history with the
literature of Judah Halevi,
Moses Maimonides, Hasdai ibn
Shaprvt and dozens of other bri'-
liant scholars.
in. long in love with the
spoken and written word anj
philosophic search, could easil)
acknowledge her debt to such in
telectual gianta she might also !
contrite now about the expulsion
of her Jews in 1402, about the
forced conversions, about the in
inquisition serving as prototype
for Jewish persecution in man)
parts oi Europe during the past if.',"
five centuries.
This observation is one with the
hope expressed abovi that the i<
tri young priests in Ban elona
cannot now be suppressed and di*
missed. For the clerics are of a new
age The) come from the Spanish
dail) press Scarcely month latei
the priests were manhandled I .
the Barcelona police
The young priests of Spain are
not alone in their cry for liberty
In March, more than 1.C0C
Spaniards, including lawyers
and members of university
faculties, boldly signed a petition
to Franco, seeking freedom of
association, the right to strike
and access to information Oe
'monstrations by students have
been increasing in recent
months. The old forces of re-
action are on the defensive.
still has admirers and chami
On the Continent and in the I
sftei all. he has It(
Communist might
But in doing so, he sold hit soul
to his staunch ally. Adolf Hitler
And there are main who remeni
bei the dispatch by Franco ol
telegrams a> thi .to Hitler on the
fourth aaniversar) of the Ger
man madman acquisition ot
power)
"Fervent wishes that the
.great German people advance
under tha glorious emblem of
the swastika. Heil Hitler!"
Three decades later, Franco has
to be thinking ol stepping down
Mild do that proudl) and -tub
bornl) and iiiul himself a horrid
niche in histon alongside Hlt'er
Mussolini a dictator
ireater tenui it) and a longer lift
or he could do it graciously b)
! his sin of castin
his lot with violent nun
- t a
Members of the 2C Hebrew class of Beth
Torah Congregation are shown as they ap-
pealed at the pageant they presented in honor
of the beainninq of their study of Humash with
their teacher. Mis. Howard Romei, and Abra-
ham J. Gittelson, education director. First row
(left to right are Sarcrlee Chocs. Karen Kartz-
mer. Larrv Feinstpin. Kevin Schaffel, Jeff Ab-
rams. Cora Cohen, Faith Steinsnyder. Lori
Foster, Maria Goldberg. Second row are San
dra Gillman. Stuart Sloban. Arthur Snyder
man. Robin Snyder. Janet Sneider Susan
Katzman, Mitchel Weisberg. Third row are
Mary Sounders. Benjamin Koffler. Fourth row
are Mrs. Romer, Stephen Kafuf. Jeffrey Heilig.
Marc Levy. Mark Berger. Mark Zitfer. Mark
Sherman. Howard Winitzky and Mr. Gittelson.


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More American Industrial Firms Put |
On Arab League's International Boycott
e Ian. 9 dedication ceiomcny of the Mil-
ton H. Mannheimer Foiest held by the North
Sh.ru? Lodqe <">f B'na B'rith and the Jewish
N^lionr.: fund, Mis. Svbn Mannheim*" an ;y exhibit the Bible thev received from
h Net onal Fund rf Gi- rt< i Miami to
which a li=t oj all pnit;. Ipants i th< newly-
estnblisi d forest w'l b ntrcrchH Ont sr er was Dr. living Lehrman. Nathaniel Glick-
man was chairman of the ceremony, with Jack
W en and lack Burstem acting as co-chair-
men. President of the lodge is Irvine Spear.
P :.(! left tn rinht: Mrs. Sara Harris, Mrs.
Maurice G!ass*T. Tc-bv Mannheimer. daugh-
ter. Mis. Mannheimer. sen Heniy. and Jane
ly.
NEW YORK
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Two l iln
iration, have b<
boycott act tin V
for |
operations in 1st a< l 11 third
pan>. Radio < "oi of
\ prlci has a!o been placed on
(he blacklist agenda, although no
Arab official has yet pul
i d that eoi
offense I hi I imea n ; irt
d thai H might involve the
ii_ hi phom ds in
Israel
According to the repo-t, both
Ford ani> Coca-Cola have
cieetly" approached A'db offi-
cials with o'fers to increase
their operations in Arab coun-
tries to offset planned expan-
sions in Israel. Ford is reported
to have made "an attrat I
offer' to comply with .' it
by Egyptian authorities to n
Lfacture trucks and cars for
reexport, to offset import costs
and to help Egypt earn hard
cirremy Coca-Cola has recent
Iy tak i large ad
i-i Egypt'an newspape-s to en
r hr ; contribution to |
E gvpt i ind to d 1 i
c!ose clans for : a con
rentrate plant, i's first in Ml
MidcMe Cost, at Port Said.
that I
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While Zenith ti-a
ilisl i": with Israel
is bei hoj cotted appai
entlv i mfusion with an un-
ted Britisl named Sears
Th
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OFFICES OF DISTINCTION by PAVLOW
.. Beach Chapter cf Hadassah leaders
sponsible for the success of
"' rtle Wreath Award tribute to member
tand ng (left to right; Mes-
lulia I.:nse\ Max f\ff .....
: Appel. William Safin. Gail Neu-
I Eskin, Nathan Freedman, Arthur
reda Tobey. Sam Go] cine
i Sylvia Salmus. Seated Cleft to right)
mes Hairy Horowitz, Gls'e Glick.
chapter prenram vice presi-
Lachs, life membership coordi-
H. Wernick. president of Miami
Dter, Frcnces Sass. Ann Mclnick,
leson, and Louis Neleber.
Dr. Lehrman, Lipton Named to National UJA Cabinet
Lehrman and Jos< ph
.i-U .I lO -. I
1 i he national cam
he I nited Jewish
.il during 1967
Bot ire acl -1
munih Im I
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Kl .i 'i chau
if the : 196S l
: here locall)
Lipton. president of Dede Fed-
eral Savings and Loan Associ-
ation, is currently serving as
VliJsfe.n Gets Commendation
Bernard Milstein, .Miami Bi
Mhtetic League coordinat
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Saving* and Loan \- .....at >n <'ei
in.iii' Hi Commendation re
tntly at Hie Beauville H
luring the anntlal Mfttallation <>i
fficers ol the Fraternal Order ol
Police 11 .i 11 > Perkel, assistant vice
reaidenl of Washington Federal
presented the award
president of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, which con-
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men are members of the Fed-
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ASSESSMENT OF BURGEONING ACTIVITIES THROUGHOUT THE SOUTH LAST IN SERIES
KKK Experiences Great Growth Here
Teen-Age Panel
Airs Opinions
tie study
in KK:
tnti-Defan
a'--> nol :h
in the foil i ii -
MISSISSIPPI
2f; Klaverns, representing no rise
Their is no < !h
st..:e h.\< hoe!; handled directly by
S' i":1 sinci hi E Iward I
>an el For th past ei h1
i 'h* then- has terna
K ,.n strife and very- littl<
ins
MARYLANL <
15 Klaverns against 150 last sum
l Naii
Dragon. Recruiting activity center-
ed around th'' p r h usin ssuc
i ernor's l ace and the fact
that CORE used Baltimore as a
"target city" la^t sumnu
TEXAS: S in 4
B avi "e members la-?
mer, Jack Cannon is G
I gon The opi not
comp etelv ered I
d ficulties an i chang< of per-
se nel dui ins. the pa-"
Predilection for Violence
"Since the Klan apneals I th"
vehement pn ; the
ii st frustrati m< I th"
ilation." Senary ^aid. "it nat-
Ij attract* those d dual
v. -h ;i predilection to violence.
Klan only public!} refuse
ti ties; Ih< al actualh.
i
...
1 ague meetinj KKK ui
. nth
f> nt of rifli
Addressing the League's n-
1'onal law committee, Arno'd
Forster, the agency's general
counsel, called for the adop'ion
ct effective federal and sate
weapon control leoisla'on in
order to "protect national peace
end security."
ned that
f
ii enforci
n : i heir "violi
acts of < ioleni
i n the North I
ivil right- movement between
19C2 and 1!"
Undermining Respect
armed militant
outlined 11. : m
the under
i onsl<
agencie
and and
disorder." The recommendat ons
were:
The enact
f-'dera! leejslat'on re |
istration of a --- wi h lora>
law-enforcemi nt a
An ; ol lei -
and purchasers ol ns obtain
.i state pen- :
0 Sti exi ''_ fe '
ei al slat n ihi i
to obtain or own multiple Ore
weapons and poss b!i ex ention ot
!h-.> legislation to include such
weapons as bombs, dynamite and
other explosi' es
The sti ex
pandii i hich eni n i
exi tin era! firearms control
ation the; an cai rj out
hi esoo lies with the
g i at< | effect ivei ess
Forster warned that such
"brothers-'n-arms as the Min-
utemen, the American Naii Par-
ty, the National States Rights
Party, the Ku Klux Klan units,
California Rangers, Texas Rang-
ers, Green fountain Boys and
the Christian Youth Corps, con-
tinuous'y plot armed activity
while skirting outright sedition.
He pie a 12
10 Snake b'te and first aid k:t
ii One mosquito bar.
12 Oi amoul la ed waterprooi
i ho
Fo''r said the list was part
of a vicio'is'v an'i Semiti-. a"ti-
N-ro anti-Catholic tract dis-
tributed bv the corps to "Chris-
tian Americans of Anq'o-Saxon
Sto'lc" from a post office box
in St. Petersburg, Fla. Readers
were advised to contact "Col.
Oren F. Potito or Lt. Philip D.
Le Bus" for further information.
The League's general conn-1''
called para-militarj groups "a con-
comitanl ol the growth of extrem
nts in I he nited State
that is even more alarming ilia"
the movements themselves
Anti Semitic Incidents
In addition to the 749
of violence between 1962 and 1966
connected w ith en il ri| hts
shootings, floggings, stabbini -
ngs arson and bombings of
churches, homes, schools and busi
nt sses there have been 422 anti
Semitic incident- during the same
period. Forster declared
The incidents" include ceme
tery desecrations, \ and al i s m
against synagogues arson, swastika
smearines and shootings He i
(I out that the power ol SU
tion was so strong and (hi......
sphere so right" that in n't; l
ent for lowing synagogue desecratii
- ui rrila wa dis
tributi istian Vouth
the>
that will soon
: ted States
Some Recommendations
1. Any e of at least
30 caliber
2. Oni
knife I
3 v ... : an
'i
4. Re| i rioldi :
5 Anj
hit h can I.....lounted a sleeping
. d i 2-n an I
6 Three pairs ol camoufl
fatigues of heavy duck cloth
7 At least one pair of insulated
paratioop type bi
8 Seven-day supplj ol concen-
trated food packs
9 Al least 500 water punfica
lion tablets
ne i.iimany, there
anti Semitic incidi nts in th i
tr> in the one j eat
"The threat and exa-io'e of
militant armed hate qtovps is
now too clearly established to
permit delay in enacting -
ment curbs against them," For-
ster asserted.
He went of hi ups havi
legitimal i hunt
associatioi easilj and tl
tion Membt Minut
men, he declared I
joined th< Natioi al Rifli \
tion, w ithout revcalii that ihej
were Minutemen, in order i
ceive firearms training and
fy fur discoui t purchases ol am
niunitmn and guns as provided
NRA affiliated gun clubs through
rnment subsidy
New York Arsenal
In New ^ii k recenl
bers of the Minutemen wi i
ed ui' chai gei of plot!
i e. privati mps
TELL
THEM
ABOUT
WELCOME
WAGON
If you know of a family Mho has
Just arrived in your community, be
aura to tell them about Welcome
Wagon. They Hill ba delighted th
the basket ol gilts and helpful
Information thay will recede f-om
our hostess, a symbol o( trie com-
mumty'a traditional hosp taity. Or
you may call
Wekomc.^JMiifon
443 2526
Maur.ce Abe'.-on (sec:ad>, chairman of the Metals Group for
the Ccm::.ned Jewish Appeal, has announced a S10.000 goal
for the group's 1967 dnve Members of the committee are
(left to riaht Max Temchin, James Breslow. and Seymour
Somersten. Oihei members include Irvir.a M. Stein. Herman
Appelbaum. ard Goodwin Salkofa*. The comm.ttee has already
lep-crted that two-thirds of the goal has been raised, with a
50 percent increase in gilts received.
- Im~ Mm Welcome Wafoi
Heitesi cell m mm.
\ mm .. ra ^ascribe te
The Jewish floridion
*>ll ut coupon anal moll te
Circulation Dept..
M.f.O. Bo. 2973, Miami, Fl .
York. New Jersey and Connecticut
they considered to be Communist c
Confiscated at the time of ar-
rest was an ars*nal th-* included
one rri''io, rounds of amrmmi-
tiort. IIS high powered rifles.
It machine guns baioovas, mor-
tars, hand grenades, brass knuck-
les, machetes, crossbows oarro*-
ino nooses, rocket launchers, pis-
tols, steel helmets, and hundreds
of test tubes full of picric ac"d
used as bomb detonating devices.
Control of the d use "f
in th- United Pi iti
i verdue, For-'. rj He
n of
the world Is the
and e of firean r I
Beth Ifo be Sisti i
rr'j'lar meetil | Ol M
in Popiel Social 1:
Mrs Barton Stre l
Pro tram was ,,n ;
day and the F'ut ire
cuaaed i>> a panel of
teen ., eis Ho-- Bl I I
Gross Sunn Peppei Sti
or. Leon Block, Alar. W
This uns an evi
"Youth Spoke Out
nosed bv Rabbi n.
!t-\ i reoi Goldbei
moderator.
Stret
Refreshmenta and a
follo*ed



out that Ii \
states fn eai m ma> I
rone old enough I
iu i hase <> :t of the .
.
ST. MAARr
Gcv. J. of tl idward Isianas Nether-
. ome to Cail Weinl-rle left'.
nl-l*rael Cha." G
iman ol the M am Chcptoi
of Hcnoioes of Israel. The occasion
was a n incheon I red bv the Governor Jo:
the M : St M larten as one c: the \oiu
of ca Vi'J Cru:se ahoaid the SS Shalom The
Miamians returned recently from the eight-day vovage.
The St. Petersburg resort
with everything...
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\Y$shiva Univ. Professor Combines Academic
h Skills With Lab Research in Cancer
, --,); cornea to '
I that he's hen
] .:!-: awaj, from i
i, Kts. and students
. : the case with Dr
[l ; ndler, who sei res as
, i >gy at Yeshiva
irei in Talmud al
- Rabbi Isaac El-
i. .-, ., i arj
He a fo' a weekend stav re-
i t. ndtar rubbed off
t of h i -raw how as rabbi,
o og >t and teacher, ri s
IOM who attend he
-,i -Low s Merwltier High
b-'o'e v\!-ose sixth an-
r ha was gu*st speak-
, hi r o ,aineb!eao.
udent
haa
...
Ro.'JofffoJtw

the scho
can .-111 v
hi qu< i
paraecution is
in our histoo
mrvival depends
ting of taw.....
maintain his inte
nerai after general
.! lit- made n
esiftancc of Jews I i
- ..it dominate l 11
i stic culture.
duty of the Jew il 10
k certain rules or law-, he
k led. rhe baala of moral d
S the Noahidic Laws
i xists when Jews don't
i to their Talmudry."
As bacteriologist, Dr. Tendler
develops new antibiotics and
anti-cancer agents. His ar*a of
research deals with designing
drugs to injure the cancer blood
Cell Until my discovery, cancer
Cells were treated, but normal
Sells faced damage as wall."
added Dr. Tendlar.
lii fhemotherapic treatment of
." i ceni Mi aivta <~\ Gre< lei M
Gro ;: : p .'.
Dr. Moses Ton .
m anthi in cin, a
incer
which avoids deal
:h : nes The ill eoverj is
iwating Federal Drug Adn i-1
lion approval expla ned tha 40
ild sciential
New Cancer Agent
Riiiht- t I i'utv Tendler disco*.
,-i\ belong to the university, he
asserted "Now Yehiva is contin-
uing it- . cancer with
i cytotoxic agent called 'Yeshlvan.'
which it i- claimed kills certain
ct II* in blood cancer-;, such as
leukemia explained Dr Tendlei
The re-carcher told The Jewish
Floridian that his new "modality
o( treatment' cannot be termed a
success until favorable results are
iami dinner Rabbi Alexander
a citation to guest of honor.
Youth Council Delegates Return
From Convention With Many Honors
five years
"No patient who has been on
anthramycin alone has develop-
ed any depression of the bone
marrow." he said, "nor was
there any hepatic, renal, or
gastrointestinal toxicity."
in- advances in the treatment
have been reported by the re
searcher in more than 30 puhli
cation- He i- in the process of
completing a college biolog) text-
book to be released in the spring
'Anybod) who's anybody is trying
to publish a textbook," Dr Tend-
ler noted with cynical humor
Skin-Diving Hobby
In hi- -pare time, the Brooklyn
bred rabbi enjoys skin diving be-
tween semesters "Since 195". my
wife and 1 have skin dived in Aca
pulco and the \ irgin l-land- It's
me chanci
He is ma

:
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A.on 12, Hilli >. Sara 4
2
it 11
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Accj'emic Achievements
i
.
ni I. In
him
lie "j- the
Veshiva t) in
and joini
lit) that i .i lecturei in
ialmud h: 1951, he receivi
-true
tor m biolo D Mt<
., series of promotions Dr Tend-
ler became full professor >i micro
biologj and cell physiology in
1964
Dr. Tendler, while holding
both academic posts at the uni-
versity concurrently, has also
conducted summer training in-
stitutes in bio-medical sciences
for high school juniors for the
last seven years. The sessions
were sponsored by the National
Science Foundation.
Bom on Aug. 7, \92H. he i- a
member of the American Society
of Microbiologists, the New York
Academy of Science, Torrey Botan
ical Club, Rabbinical Council ol
America, and the I'mon of Ortlio
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Any way you
figure it...
THE FINESTr
WELCOME-tVTjj
TO GREATER MIAMI
IS WELCOME v
WAGON
A visit from our hostess wtfl make
you fetl at hone, with har basket
of g.'ti ard answes to questions
about tha city, its services and
facilities. Just call .
\ NNelcomeJMffllVa^m.
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Hostess coll en me.
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The Jewish Floridian.
Fill out coupon and mall te
Circulation Dept.,
M.r.O. Box 2973, Miami, Fla.
Six" seven Smith Florida C'oun-
{ returned home following a
ret da) Florida Southern con
tion .it Jekyl Island, Ga bring-
ft. everal honors to the South
inda Council of B'nai B'rith
buth.
I Among their accomplishment*
i i the presentation of the "Best
)uncil Presentation," the election
I'atti A.Her as BBCi Florida re
i' president, and the preaenta-
> of six contest awards
Pattl lUCCeeded Sheila Miller,
N< 'ii Council, a- Florida region
Bl : president Michelle I char
i lei, ".i- succeeded by Manya
Blstein a- BBG Vice president.
cretar) treasurer is from
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'he final dinner banquet. Michelle
I*har Coordinated the narrative
on "God's Creation of the Earth."
Nathan Gomberg and Robin Ron-
igsberg read alternate parts
Chorus members were Patti Ad
ler Margi 1-is. Manya Goldstein,
Kuthie Whitman. Judl Fredman.
lud) Malansky, Marilyn Ribinowiti
and Stan Poodman Accepting the
trophy was Nathan Gomberg,
South Flomla Council president
Included in the awards assem-
bly was the presentation of first
and second place certificates for
several contest- sponsored hy in-
dividual councils BBG awards
went to Julie Reiner. Elyslums,
ieci nd place In oratory. Judy Mai
ansky, Elyslums, first place in
iv telling; Hillel. awarded with
second place In newspaper; Debs,
first place in scraphook. and
Tsion, second; Gail Turnhill.
Elyslums, awarded for excellence
in originalityplu-
Coordinatins the joint conven-
tion for the four southern States
wai Michelle I.ebar. BBG vice pie-
lient. Florida region Working
with her was Cliff Dropkin. Flor-
ida region AEA coordinator South
.nia members ol the steering
committee included from DebS
BBG, Pattl Adler, Ma Judj
Friedman; from Elysiums Manya
Goldstein and Robin Ronigsberg;
shield a/.a. Eddie Pom-
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Balance of Terror
Haunts Middle Hast




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t **d3 ai ?
. Map**! -%5 that, to
v* ? -j--- "*-' that
?? Ur.tM S't accepted rh
:? '. natope-ndairt o*trrnt

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i
the
e i !-.'' Arabs
itomil
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pro
rmanl
ii ii nol
thai I
I ;
-
T-e miuife deployment rl a
vacre-t Soviat made SAM-2 air
to ground mnulii, of th typ*
uwd by North Viet Nam, cover
Cairo, Atwan and the Su
Canal lirael't rumored po-,ei
non or SOO-mile French misii!n
11 denied in Tel Aviv but Is-
rael'* pounjion of French Mat-
r air to air mutilti it public
knowledge, at it Itrael't acquiti-
tion of U S Hawkt, according to
the magazine.
! I Atlantu Month!)
bud i aal year totalled
%4'xi 000 000 i" Egypt; 1271 000,
000 ii i rael $142,000 IK") n, irari
and $10fl 000 0 0 in Saudi Arabia
imi Beach annual elec-
tion i ./, and Bern It >A the Monte Carlo and
Shell Wolf Muller, on
Club H'
*.< ih<
''"y man, for ti. rs co-
ordii Shower
''i S' '.I the DiLido Gull,
"' Club
"Investing" in the future health facilities of South Florida is
Raymond Blumberg (right), president of the Miami Showmen's
Association, giving a $250 check to S. K. Bronstein. executive
vice president of Cedars of Lebanon Hospital. The group has
made a donation each year since Cedars' inception in 1961.
A


I
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Dance Group
On TV Program
V -I .,. : I
eared the tele
Hebn
I hui i la) Jan 28 u i r'ti r
of Mbei V. Ossip,
. I'ii idi ii
I lit-' h A' i|) is rli
Mi-- I inda Roy in and
consists >( Da\ hi Ro i lain
n Salem Jed Rosen Debbie
Ui-i-.i;,.. parn Kassler Eileen
Schrver, and Debbie Greenl
"i Beth \m Religious
-.i fiool
The dance group appeared
In the Tu B'Shevat program over
Station WTHS, Ch. 2. at 7 p.m.
The program will alto include
a film on life in Israel. "Island
in the Detert."
Hebn I hi t< h ision
nf the Bureau Jewish
bai a| or. Ch 2
N>i nine yeai l"hi theme
Llai <>i Hebrew i hou
Ren include
Hebn l brou ,\r
Y < I. 2 ,i Pui
Keb 8
.'
Local Leaders
Named to Top
National Body

1
Al-ll
re of t hi
rutid-
|l
unity
: ; .1 I
I W |sh Fl :
i thai
.....I plea
"ui national
I knom of the out si
-hip you have gi\cn to Mia
'I ."...... '' 'IIUIM.
and youi participation in ihia im
rial i nation.ii cornmittcc uill be
IKt
x!t in- ;> valuable
Brandeis Zionists
Meet on Beach
Branded District <>f tin- Zionist
Organization of America met in
Sklar Auditorium of Temple Ner
Tain id
Rabbi Morris Skop, iplritual
leader of Temple Sbolom of Pom
pat o Beach, discussed "Relig
inns Differences in Israel and
America Why?"
Leon Segal headed I discus
sinn of World Jewish Highlights
Mr and Mrs. Nathan Sosinsk)
hosted the social hour in honor of
their 54th veddlAj aaiuveraao
Francis Marion Pohlig, associate of Sen. Edmond Gona. pre-
sides in the Senator's absence to witness the signing of the
charter of founding members of t.-.e Adlai Stevenson Demo-
Women s Club cf Mian-.- Beach. The charter was
inally secured by Sen. Gonq. Left to nght are Mrs. Mai Ena
lander, president-elect, Mrs. An ire S. Bialolenki. i
-fent-elect, Mrs. Louis Glasser. pr- M:s. Max
LeVine, second vice president, c
Robert Fink (center), of Norton Tire Company. No. Miami
Beach, was selected by B. F. Goodrich Tire Company to mar
ket its radically diflerent new tire called the "Silvertown
Radial 990" being introduced here. L. S. Brubaker (right,
manager of passenger tire sales from Akron. O.. and L. W.
Milhohn. wholesale supervisor from the company's Jackson-
ville zone, explain to Fink the differences in design and con-
struction of the new tire (left) contrasted with that of the con-
ventional tire. Radial-ply construction results in up to 60 per
cent more mileage, greater stability and control, and a sav-
ings in fuel consumDtion. Norton Tire Company stores are
located throughout South Florida.


Friday. February 17, 1967
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LEGAL NOTICE
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NOTICE UNDER
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOH DAOE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No IM79
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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pleading in the afflea of th.- Clerk
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FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
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THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
iLEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
|DAOE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No 7 M
NOTICE OF SUIT
1.1.A It KAVINOS HANK i>F
fill: i'i IV OF N I'U V. .UK
Plalnliff,
RERT :ai.UVIUw. al u. *t al
i feadanu
it.-ti-ri 'lallardg and Anna I'.
.;..riar*i, hi- wif. reflden'.* un-
known, i- 11 ut known maJllnii
addraM cjio |)S8. Rfttbaa**. I.lnu,
Peru
IT.mi an- hereby n..lirl thai th.
..i.- captlofted ll.a. haa bean in-ii
led uaainat \..u in Ho- Circuit Court
the Kleventh Judicial Circuit "f
i-rnia in ami for i'..i. Oountj to
.. .1...I trace upoa 11 -
rIiik il.-s. i ii.,i real propertj
i^.i to hi.-k | ..f i a hi.I. CITY,
according t>. the Plal tiurei r
corded in Plal Rook .".7 al I'af."
10 ..f Hi. Public it.-, orda ..f lmd.
< "oiii.lv. Kl..ilda
i an i-equtre.l to fil.- a re^iwm-
pleadlRB t.. plaintiff k .-..mpla I
|h ih.- i"). rk of ihr ..f..r.-e .1.1 Court,
a ix)|iv tlwri-of upon plain -
..... M MtTIN" FINE, I'ol.
eral Ruildlac, Miami, Florida
II. ni I I1..11 I-". I..-narv 18.
I'ro Confeaao win
i iii. r.-.l ou
|ATEI) January l, IM7.
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Hv K M I.VM \N
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IT IN PINK
Ped< : '. Il-iil.lim;
ll. Florida 33)31
1 II :' 3-10-17
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR OAOE COUNTY.
IN CIVIL ACTION
Ne. 7- IS
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
CAROLE MAItEl.lNK OAKIOO
I taint Iff
V!>.
ATHOS iAR|C,o
1'efondan:
Tl ATHOS PARISH
Kealdence unknown
Tou. ATHOS DARHK), are her. by
n.tifleil that a Mill of f.ttiplalnt for
Iil\..n-e hna been Oled aKalnst you.
and vou are n-|ulr.d t" e.rv^ a .opy
of mi. ir Anawer or Pleadlni; to UIO
BUI of Con|dalnt on the Plaintiff n
Mlomei (VOLUMAN. OOI.URTKIN
* PACaBR, L'W>1 Went Vtaal. r Wreot,
Miami n.riii.i ami fit- rUlruu
Vnewer or I'I.-.idJtia In tlo- ..fn. ol
o link of the ,, f..i, thi (tli mtu n IWi
fall ... .I.. -... j.i.ii:m. iii ii^ .1- fault
will 1.. taken an Hi-! '
||, i ,|, ind. III he Hill of '"''''
Tin* noli.-, -hall be published ol.....
..,, h u. k for four on. in !- weeha
in nil' u:v\ isii i'i (111I \N
! .. .ni: aNH 'Ki 'I'K'.i. it Miami,
10th daj of Jan
\ I 19*7
K i; LEATHKRM VN, Clerk
i .. | .,,!.- i '.. up i '
!. K M I.YMA.N
I i. |MJt) Clerk
.;. .1.1'M \\. ';"1 I ..-TI.1N
a PACKII i:
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NOTICE BY "(UBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TUB
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
OAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 67- 1492
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
?-.SI-KHAN ItAMoN VAKMIKV..
Mali '
\.;CstiN\ oifvdiTA ECXfl
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Isf.-t.aani I
T'i a.;isii.\\ .;it.\.'ii:i. \ '/! \-
VATJJCITK
IftJi Rli hard Ptre. t
N. v. KWiw, la. _
>,.i ARE irBKWrv XOTtYTirn
thai ., BUI oi Comnlalnl for Wvorci
haa i..... HI.-.I you -.".i >"'
..i.. i. .| ,i.. .1 I., file .n An-.iv .i oi
i leading witli Ho- <'l. rk of tin- Court
and \. ..pv ..ii i a. K l
KINO Vtioi-nw for Plaintiff, Suite
'I 1 o .-. \\ I*I SUeet, Miami. Flor-
ida llo on ,.r before I ha 111 day
of Man-h. IN7 *- a .I. fault nhall b.
. nt.-n .1 aaalnat yoi
TMI.s NOTICE "hall nObllahed
on. .- a. Ii w .-k t- atlve
\-..k- In THK JEWISH I'I.. ilUI'lAN
|.. .Ni: \NK f>RI>BRE1> ni Miami.
I .,.!.. County, Florida tin- I7tl day
..r .i.i, iarj
i II i.i-: \ i hi i:m vn
t of th. 'ii 'in Court
i ..I i. fount) i'. i Ida
i.. K m I.YMA.N
I pill v i
JACK I. Ki.\.;
- VV 1-T Sir. t
Miami, Florida
.
' 10-17-24
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE Iti IIERJAIY GIVEN thai
the undaratcned, daatrlns lo enKage
in buaineaa utider th. fictitious n.in...
of MBTROPOf.lTAN SCIKKM. OK
RRAX I^TATK, at 1-1 Fil MiitLr
Street. Miami. PlorMa int.n.t- p. r. t -
iater said name wltl. th.. Clerk of thi-
i*ln-uit Court of lad>. CnuntV, Florida.
ROBERT K COOK
DAVTD I' CATaTMAN. EWJCIRK
Attoiney for Rooerl 1* Cook
101 ra-l Kk.tr'. i BtTOat
Miami. Fiord..
\/:: 8/S-10-11
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
v. itii i is mi:- in un en ihai
tlo- undi rvlinied, di
I' 1- I" I he ': ii. IIO
"i M .1 v\l\!..-\\ \\|. SCREEN
I ICE and thi ili-iii
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si:i:\ ""i .. numl N \v. 7th
\v. n'o in 11 i Mia
i Intend lo rearlatoi thi mi -
w in. tlo i'!. rk nf I hi '-
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M \i:\ IN CIIAI'M w
rill:- is chapman
'MI-IN a i:> Till
v for vppi '
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N M .ui. Reach Plor
______ '
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Caie No- o7 14*3
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
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THIS S
ii '.- each >v.-.-k f ..ivu
week* o, Till: JEWISH KI.OKIKIAN
:'M; v m iuii if:rf:h .. m ..
I 1 Mm 'ounij i loiid h da)
! of Ja nuau i.
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JACK |. kin.;
i ll:. \\ :-: sir. i
Miami, Florida
! i 7 : i
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
f k i *# Kh ridOkTin
solicits your legal notices.
We appreciate your
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
rates .
Mnl W99*4fl&
lor messenger service
LtOAL WOT1CF
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTS
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No 73434-C Cla.k
In UK '-
IIVMAN N |.|-:Vi IWICH
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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IN THE COUNTY JUDOE'S COURT
IN ANO FOR OAOE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 731W-B
In RK: Ratate -i
AAlt'iN 1' M\RT.
Pa -I
NOTICE TO CREO.TORS
Tn All fredltora an.i All Pnreona
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IN THE COUNTY JUDOE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 73409-B
in 1:1: Eaiaii of
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Credit ore and 01 IN
Ha vim. Claim* or iH-inan.iK Aaja
Hai iru. >l.i
SSI I Eli
notll Ii
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in no -
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to th* Count) Jufljfi'a ol thtdc i'ounly,
l'lin Ula. an.i ft the an mi i
.mi.i aa tn .v 'u.-.i in I Ion
Florida St..nit. ^ in tl
the loiii.tv Court hmiae In
County, Florida, within -i\ ...ini...
montha from thi lime Kiblivatioii hereof, -a I he
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l>ated at Miami. I-1 .
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401 W I : '. -
Miami, FTa
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 67- 1473
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
KIjSA ANl'"M\ MINOR
Plaintiff,
v "
IERONIMO ANTONIO MINOn
Is '., nJni.
TO (SFTKONIMl \N l- NIi l MINOR
l?t> atoll ail ^pt l
Sew York n v.
V "i ARI HEREBY NOTIEIEU
that .. IHU if I
haa h^ n i lied aauinal
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Court
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Ilj K M I.Y.MAN
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Mi.ni.i. I
IN THE COUNTY JUDGCS COURT.
IN AND FOR DADE COLNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No 717T5-TJ
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T.. Ml Credit i and til IN
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
Or FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DAOE COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. a7. 'M3
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
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Attorneys for I
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE. COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No 7JK7-A
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
?N ANO FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA in PROBATE
"tea. Ne. 715S0
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vJcni+Hh r/dKan
Friday, Febr jog.
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He has a safe deposit box, ample savings, is fully insured, and his estate is in good order.
But he is threatening his family's security.
He has not yet made his cemetery arrangements. Like other
important obligations, these arrangements must not be over-
looked. If left unattended, they could cause your family unneces-
sary emotional and financial strain. By planning ahead, these
arrangements can be made with a minimum of pressure. Prices
and services can be compared in a calm, rational manner. And
difficult decisions will not be left for the family to make when they
are least prepared, financially and emotionally. If you have not
yet made your cemetery arrangements, we urge you to do so now.
Your family is certain to benefit.
..AMI S MOST BBAUT.ruL IXCLUSIVILY JtW.SM CIMITIMY
5505 Northwest 3rd Street Phon MO 1-7693