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

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

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

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"eJewish Floridlian
Combining THE ifW/$H UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volu-T.e 40 Number 8
Miami. Florida. Friday, February 24, 1967
Three Sections Price 20c
Nab Two Editors in Top Security Case
SEE SUPPLEMENT
SEC. C
Israel Bonds Will
Inaugurate Drive
At Confab Mar. 4
I 'lit- most historic conference of
.it-1 Bunds since the Israel Bond
i/ation was established 16
fears a^o will be held next week-
id in Miami Beach when Israel's
under, David Ben Gunon. comes
i isunch the 1967 campaign
>r $113 million.
More than 2.500 Jewish leaders
fi nil \anous parts of the United
and Canada will join in
lijtinc Mr Ben (iurion's 8()th
)i thday at a gala dinner at the
ntailH Meau Hotel on Saturday
evening. Mar. 4 The birthday trib
ite ti the first Prime Minlstei of
will also celebrate the sue
>< of the Israel Bond program,
hich Mi Ben Gunon founded and
; itiated m 1951.
Heading the inaugural confer-
ence ere Samuel Rothberg, na-
tional campaign chairman, and
Louii H. Beyar, chairman of it*
board of governors, who have
been in the forefront of the lead
ership in the United States re-
sponsible for the tremendous
growth of the Israel Bond pro-
gram as the most Important arm
of Israel's economic develop-
ment.
During the period from May,
1951 through the end of 1966, cash
sales of Israel Bonds amounted to
$922 million and this massive sum
sparked the large-scale advances of
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Rusk Explains U.S.
Policy in Middle East
Negro Daily
Sees Little
Hate of Jews
CHICAGO (JTA) The Chi
MgO Daily Defender, one of the
lation's two Negro dailv ncw-
**'" averted in an editorial
this week that 'there is no organ
ped anti-Semitism among Negroes
Ind urged that both Jews and Nc
>es ivokl becoming "over-eser
< I about superficial interracial
I: lettoni
Phe editorial was baaed on a re-
view of an evaluation of Jewish-
Negro relations made recently b)
l.iudd Teller, an observer of thi
American Jewish sen:,' who calle
pensions between Jews ami Negroe
rthe most fateful domestic Jewish
tissue in American history The
editorial agreed with Dr Teller
Ithat Jews should not leave Hie bat
Itle for the Negro's civil rights l>c
Irauae of occasional expressions ol
fanti Jewish feelings but Otherwise
Jdid not indicate agreement with
IDr Teller's view of the significance
|of the issue.
The editorial, dealing specif-
ically with Negro charges
Continued on Pege 7-A
WASHINGTON (JTAl Sec
rotary of State Dean Rusk made
public this iTk a long letter to
Sen Jacoh K Javits. New York
Republican, reiterating the general
outlines of the Department's Near
Eastern policy ami stating that the
Department planned to use a new
ly appointed panel of private con
sultants for periodic reviews of
the situation.
Mr Rusk said the security of
Israel and the Arah states was a
subject of concern to the United
States but that problems were com
plex and that by quiet diplomac>
and a firm public position
whenever feasible in concert with
our allies we have exercised a
constructive role contributing to
maintenance of stability in the
area "
He said he was unaware of
any changes in the British or
French positions in the Near East
and that "in our view, there-
fore, there is no need for a new
tripartite declaration and a con-
ference." Such steps had been
urged by Sen. Javits. Mr. Rusk
said the United States did not
approve of the so-called "Pales-
tine Liberation Organiiation" or
its military arm the "Palestine
Liberation Army."
I If recalled that last year, U s
representatives < the United N
nuns expressed opposition to the
Continued on Page -A
Extremists
On Picket
NEW YORK (JTA)
The headquarters of the
American Jewish Congress
was picketed here last week
by the ultra-rightist National
Renaissance Party
Demonstrators carried plac
aids denouncing the Con
gross for "torturing'' Ger-
many The picketing lasted
one hour, in accordance with
a police permit.
The pickets included
Joseph H. Madole, leader
of the group, who carried
placard stating "Jewish
Vampires Bleed Germany."
Madole and five others
guided bv a contingent of
police, stood across the street
from the entrance to the
Stephen Wise Congress
House is guests were arriv
in.; lor a meeting on Ger-
many sponsored bj the Hoi
.uv Kallen chapter of the
Congress Ii Nells Hanson,
West German deputy Consul
General in New York, saw
the pickets as he arrived to
address the meeting
Press is Angered By
Story Revealed In
The New York Times
JERUSALEM (JTA) The
issue of the Government's secrecy
regarding the arrest, trial, convic-
tion and sentencing of two Israeli
editors for publishing information
connected with the State's security
came up here in the Knesset
An "urgent'' motion on the issue
was brought before the House by
Uri Avneri. the single representa-
tive of his Olam Hazeh Party L'n
der the rules of Parliament which
give the Speaker the right to de
cide as to the handling of such a
motion. Speaker Kaddish I.uz ruled
that the motion would not be heard
in a plenary Knesset session, hut
referred to the Knesset's commit-
tee on security and foreign affairs
That committee always meets in
closed, executive session
Meanwhile, the Government is-
sued a communique confirming
officially for the first time, the
news about the two men already
revealed in the press However,
the communique denied categor-
ically that the action against the
editors had been taken under the
defense emergency regulations
or that they had been sentenced
for espionage. Both editors were
sentenced for one year each.
The journalists concerned are
Shmuel llor and Maxim Ciilan. re-
Continued on Page S-A
APPEAL TO BIGOTRY
TV./. Town
Thumbs Out
Jews in Race
WAYNE. NJ (JTA- The
Mayor ot Wayne Township sought
this week to rebut charges of anti
Semitism against the community
growing out of a heated schoo
board election in which voters i;>
parently accepted an appeal to de
feat two Jewish candidates for the
board because they were Jews
Mayor Edward Sisco made the
effort in connection with issuance
of a statement proclaiming Rroth
erhood Week in the prosperous
suburban community He said thai
"the basic facts involved in the
election were completely overs!;., |
owed by outside influences ana
outside news coverage He called
all the candidates "well qualitie I
and declared that their sincerity.
has never beeii^joubtcd by an\
one m the community He insisted
that the voters went to the poll-
solely t" express their view- i
Continued on Page 6-A
AGNES SCOTT POLICY QUESTIONED
Judenrein Atlanta
College Faculty Hit
ATLANTA (JTA) The com
munity relations committee of the
Atlanta Jewish Community (nun
Cil Will meet to consider a policy
statement by the board of trustees
of Agnes Scott College here reaf
fuming a long-Standing policy of
hiring Christians only for the fac
ulty of the women's school The
78-year-old Presbyterian oriented
institution has a number of Jewish
students
The board's position was report
ed in the current issue of The Pi I
file, the College newspaper It
sti essed t he boai rl s policy of n
taining an environment "distinct
ly favorable to the maintenance >l
the faith and practice of the I
tian reh
ISRAELI PATROL ATTRACTS FIRE
,->. -w-k -r TTfJvT ~W% 1 ri^t <( in defending the board's nosit:or
Syria Bars LIN from Border 1 dt rx'-z^iax-t
*-^ J similar restrictions on their fa<
JERUSALEM (JTA larael
officials reported this week that
10 Syrian soldiers forcibly prevent
ed United Nations observers from
investigating a border incident
The incident occurred when
Syrian troops fired earlier in the
week at an Israeli patrol which
sought to remove Syrian farmers
from the demilitarized zone near
the Oan settlement The Syrian sol
diers barred the investigation by
pointing then
sei vers
guns at the UN Ob
One Israeli soldier was slightly
wounded in the Dan shooting,
the second in two days. In the
first, Syrians were seen pushing
two farmers into the lone. The
next day five Syrians were seen
entering an Israeli plot in the
lone near Dan, apparently in a
new attempt to begin cultivation.
They were driven off by ar Is-
raeli patrol. About an hour later
Syrians began shooting at a rou-
tine patrol in the same mr:
In another border incident, an
Israeli patrol intercepted a group
of four Arah night raiders entering
from Lebanon Israeli officials said
that the intruders ware believed to
be members of the El Patah com
mando organization When the
Continued on Page 1S-A
Wallace McPherson Alston
president of Agnes Scott College,
in defending the board's position,
at
d
ac-
uity appointments.
Charles K Wittenstein south
eastern aie.i director of the Amer-
ican Jewish Committee, said the
board's reaffirmation of its hiring
policy had "surprised and
mayed" many in Atlanta's Jewish
communiK He added that it wa*
"difficult to understand whs i
religious test is required ol teach
era of such non-religious subjects
Continued on Page 11-A


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Friday. February 24. 1967
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Pag 3-A
Dr. Finkelstein Will Present
Seminary Award to Ribicoff
television, including the Eternal tule for Religious and Social
Light series, its world famous li studies, a graduate program for
braiy. Jewish Museum, and Insti clergymen of all faiths.
!)r Louis KinkeNtein chancellor
it the Jewish Theological Seminary
i America, and one of the leading
heotogiaiu in the nation, will pre-
-ciit the Seminary's Herbert H
ehman Medal to United States
Sen Abraham A Hibicoff at a
invocation Tuesday at Temple
..inn Kl
\t i he Seminary convocation
inner later that niyht at th
tiplomal Motel. Dr. Finkelstein
>ill confer upon seven 1st) leaders
I American Judaism the Scmm
\ National Community Service
ward
Recipient* of the bronie planue
award will be Philip Horwich,
Chicago; Marvin H. Itts, Youngs-
own, O.; A. J. Molasky, Miami
Beach; Jacob Popkin, Spring-
field, Matt.; Philip H. Segarin,
Bridgeport, Conn.; Charles E.
Smith, Washington; and Abe
Vides, Indianapolis.
rred Fleishman, of St Louis,
.ill serve a-, dinner chairman, an'
l.TeetingS to the more than tint
articipants at the dinner will l>
liven by Samuel Friedland. Miami
nd national community leadei
fabbi J leonau! A/iwcr .>f Tcm
Off. LOUIS HNKILSTUN
p| Ajishe Emeth, of Youngstown,
will deliver the invocation.
Kahiu s Congregation in Miami, will lead
the grace after meals, and Rabbi
Sidney Steiman, "i Congregation
Stone Seeks Seat in Senate
Former ( it) Attorney Richard
ntl} resigned to make
is hid for a State Senate seat of
ounty
Dining his
time as attorney for
. i ;i\ of Miami, Stone i ajupftort
declare, he was instrumental
ducing the rati i of Southern
ell I lephone < ompany and in
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nsl the Florids East
".-i Railwaj trying to get them
pa) thi ii fair share of the
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other prominent participants in
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anthropists, and chairman of the
Seminary's 80th anniversarj com-
mittee; OHie A. Cohen, of Brook
line. Mas- : and Micklos Sperling
of Indianapolis.
The eighth annual convocation
and dinner on Feb. 28 is part of a
nation-wide effort to enlist support
for the Seminary's 135,000,000 cam
i for the construction of new
buildings and expansion of facil-
ities ami programs to meet the
growing needs of 8(H) synagogues
representing nso.ooo families in
the Conservative movement "i
Judaism throughout the country
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and leaders It is known for its
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public that which is the public's
business. I oppose secret meet-
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the past m i>ini iii ; towai a
bi i nter future for all citizens,
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stone was born in 1028 and has
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since 1855 tie has bet n active in
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FRED K. SHOCHET .......... Editor and Publisher
LEO MINDL1N .......................... Executive Editor
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The Jtih Flor.diin doe* >ot guarantee the Kasnruth
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Published -verv KYirlay since 19;? >y Th" Jewish Kl<>r!illan
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Volume 40
Number 8
Friday. Februcry 24. 1967
8 1 Adai 5727
Warm Welcome
To Mr. Ben-Gurion
We are happy to say a warm
'Be rue h Habba" to David Ben-
Gurion on his mission here to in-
augurate the 1967 campaign loi
Israel Bonds on Saturday evening,
Mar. 4. Historians may for a long
:.rr.e to come argue the question ol
whether or not therp would have
seen a State oi Israel without him.
But no one will dispute the lad that
be is a towering figure cf history,
= man of destiny whose boldness of
action, clarity of vision, and single-
rr.ndedness of purpose altered the
course of Jewish life in its most
crucial hour.
For the Jewish community of
Greater Miami. Mr. Ben-Gurion's
visit, his first to this city since the
State was established, represents an
cccasion of major significance, de-
spite the frequent comings and go-
.ngs of celebrities in all categories.
h w;i! eve us the opportunity not
ly to reflect on the present situa-
tion :.-. Israel, but to contemplate the
oroad aspects of its existence in
terms of the perspective of history.
The presence of the founding father and
first Prime Minister of Israel rrust cause us to
take ncte of his brilliant leadership crior to
and after the proclamation ol independence and
nis grand desian for Jewish liberation. In every
step, there were evident the skilled hand and
courcge of a man who combined within him
the talents of statesman, philosopher and
soldier.

His Bold Initiative
The Israel Bond program, which Mr. Ben-
Gurion also initiated, may not score high as a
dramatic venture in his highly colorful career.
Yet it reauired many of the same inaredients qf
will and bold initiative to establish an Israel
Bond Organization in 1951 in the midst of grave
economic crisis and widespread hardship and
unemployment among many thousands of new
immigrants living in "tent cities." It took a great
deal of faith not only in the people of Israel,
but in the Jews of the United States. The mag-
nitude of the success! of the Israel Bond cam-
paign during the past 16 years has proved that
Mr. Ben-Gurion was entirely right in his esti-
mate of our devotion and our readiness to re-
spond to the concept and scope of the Israel
Bond campaign.
Sixteen years ago. he said that Israel's
political independence could not long survive
without economic independence. This is just
as true today. Mr. Ben-Gurion's visit at this
time serves to underline the fact that Israel
Bonds must continue to play a role of strategic
importance in helping Israel overcome the last
hurdles to full economic stabilitv and self-
reliance. We hope that the inauaural confer-
ence will fulfill its purpose in conveying to the
Jewish communities in the United States and
Canada the special place of Israel Bonds in
a year of economic transition for Israel.
SAU^ 70 THE WKWe^OFOOf^ jvpubijc
fleory Wd^nxfion funking rUym Salomon for hi* f nartcal did
n-toe Har onndeperutonc*
ances. the res.gnation of Jewish member? of an
anti-pover'.y committee in Brooklyn. N.Y.. be-
cauce the problems of the Chassidic community
had reportedly been overlooked, and the poli-
cies c! a Presbyterian-based college in Atlanta,
Ga.. which bars Jews from the faculty
No single pattern can be discerned in this
sudden spate of episodes and no single type
of Jewish community "response" is warranted
in dealing with them. While no thinking Amer-
ican Jew would advocate fearful silence as a
proper antidote to painful incidents, it is equally
true that swift and thunderous pronounce-
ments without regard to the gravity of the
offense and its possible repercussions will not
do.
We have spoken often enough in these
columns about the "conservation of minority
energy." We must be vigilant, but where a
slingshot will do the job. why mobilize the
big guns? Not every single incident must prove
the power of the prestige for which we have
worked so diligently and that is now ours by
virtue of our careful use of it.
It is an axiom of psychology that to each
human situation there must be a proper and
adequate response. It is equally axiomatic that
one must guard against over-responding.
This is not an attemDt to advocate resump-
tion of the now-discredited "hush-hush" path
of another day, but merely a plea for a rational
approach.
luring the week
... as i see it
"If LEO HINDUN
r fcsaaABsta* -
Action and Reaction
A rash of "incident?" involving anti-
Semitism, which have recently proliferated into
impressive headlines in the press raise the
question of appropriate and effective response.
These include the school board elections
in Wayne Township. N.J.. in which two Jewish
candidates were defected in en atmosphere
of bitter recrimination; the resignation of a rabbi
from the New York Human Rights Commission
because of his contention that the Negro chair-
oi he commission had by-passed com-
its of anti-Jewish disc- rion in order
to concentrate exclusively :.. Negro
Bosworth Memorial Award
Presentation of the Harold Bosworth Mem
orial Award this week honors for the second
successive year a late departed member of
the business community.
Presentation on Thursday was to pay trib-
ute to Jay I. Kislak. also prominent in the
business community and in civic and philan-
thropic affairs.
Above all. the award and its presentation
spur support of the Mercantile Division of the
1967 Combined Jewish Appeal, which deserves
our undivided attention at this time.
As of the beainnina of the week CIA lead-
ers announced that our community still has a
million dollars to ao to achieve the 1967 goal
fiaure of $1,676,767. The Harold Bosworth
Memorial Award presentation is the site of
our merchants' effort in behalf of the Jewish
community's annual central fund-raisina drive.
which supports some 50 local, national and
; agencies.
With their cistincuished contribution, the
get a significant boost
c number.
------ A CALtM-8 angry voice was
.1 I t the other end of tbs
UT HO fie WeeK telephone In no imcertai,
terms, he was telling me ofl
The man has apologized." he
said, talking about Arthur
Godfrey He mentioned the
name of a columnist >n a Mi-
ami Beach daily, who siso runs
a radio and televis: n pro
-: rratn- "Bad .iou see Arthur's
interview on TV?" I said I had
not "Well." he said. "That explains the whole thing You didn't
even see the interview that's where he apologized and I what
he meant." I told the caller: "I know very well what ho n :r,t l|r
said precisely what he meant at the beginning."
"Arthur wasn't being insulting, or even insinuating." "i* man
said. "I can not speak for him." I said "Do you know him per- inally?
The man said he did not. "Then, why do you call him by
name''" I asked "Just being friendly,*1 he said You're e\;,
istue. The point is that he apologized If you didn't > th'
view where he apologized, did you read the interv.-u !!. n^j
the name of the Beach columnist again "No," 1 said I did I >' \
mean that this columnist transcribed the television mtervie in hi-
coiumn-
Now you're getting it the caller said, still ai gr) : '...
letting it .ill along," I asid "Wbv i- this columi 1st w w< rked
the alight to Godfrey? YOU mean he spent all of that ,
television and in his column to explain what Godfrej meant''
"Exactly," the caller said "And you don't .<; can' Y i
the first one t<> attack him in this comniiir.it> and >'( U*r* th>
to acknowledge that he's apologized Actually, you didn't e-. In
that he apologized. Well, what arc you going to do about i-
"I DIDNT KNOW I was supposed to do anything about it. I
What a man asyi ipeslu foi itself i don t tee that it ah I
explanatory television interviews and newspaper column-;'
"Because everyone misunderstood," the caller interrupted
"It's really too simple for words. I said "Mr Godfrey: said that
IS soldiers are laying down their lives as sacrifice- to the *.,
Viet Nam. the citizenry at home seems to be wall) aril | :n desjeni
pleasures Bas Ifitxvahs, for instance"
But you don't understand, either," the angry man said \ U
didn't see oi read the interview
I don't believe." I said, that Mr Godfrey is sufficiently profound
for me to need footnotes to his social commentary And anyway.' I
repeated, "why i.> this columnist B0 worked up about it" I mean, their s
poor old IJiJ getting it in the neck every day and Lastei Mad.I on
I Ho I hi Minn and Gen Westmoreland and Richard Kixon and
Gen de Gaulle and Prime Minister Wilson and Chancellor Kiesil
Not a as) fcOei b) but that one oi them, or ail oi them, 01 'tier
! doesn t gel it "
"So What?" asked the caller \\V were talking about Arthur '
Well, I said, "they don't need the City of Miami Beach publicist*
in residence or his underlings to stanu guaio ana Sine up incu u>v s
n thtj shouia happei aae sup "i the I
What's that got to do witn Arthur"
i said And will you i ii .,., itot calline him b) his
first nsme :f you dont know him it sounds so submissive \- l w.i-
saytng, it ha.- everything to do with Mr Godfre) This is Ji: I exsctl)
whats been happening You've got this publicist-in-residence and his
underlings, who've been at it from the word go to wipe the slab dean
Mr Godfre) meant prcdselj what he asid It's th. PR people who
are paid to make it mean something different
"YOU'RE BEING unkind, the caller said. wbOM Mice WSS now a
tn'le less angry Here, he mentioned the name of a di-- [uished
Miami Beach rabbi "What about hinT" he said
"What about him' I said "I count him as a good friend Dog
gedly. the man continued "Did you hear his sermon on Mr Godfrey'' '
I said I did not "Well there you go again." he said. "You didn't set
the T\ Interview Uu didn't read the transcriptions of the interview
And now you admit you didn't even hear the sermon."
"I am sorry." I said "I dont attend that synagogue I live in an
other part of town And. truthfully, even if I did belong there th-
possibilities are that 1 would not have heard it We shared a philo
SStS? imomon abo" the fluid meaning of religion in our time
well, he said, returning to the subject Did vou read about th,
sermon in the papers'""
'!.V.h\hMd1l!neS' *n<>wledgt*d. An early ediUun an
nounced that this rabb. attacked Godfrey. A later edition s headlines
suggested that the rabbi defended h.m I assume the story was not
cnanged. The mans voice grew angry again "Don't." 1 begged him
"defend the crusading morality of the press Beside*, it was good
for the rabbi He had it both ways After all. Mr Godfrevs words .
1?L VP *,ndut0 b*K,n *',h no "obi could defend them On th.
other hand, why should any distinguished rabbi holding a distinguish
-> putpu tan. to ,i.u among in a-vi, ies oi tn. i .tabushment'
A"E VU Sit>t"K 'h<' P-Per was un,r"hful-" the caller said Incred-
u'ousl>' '^'ll. I said, "you're saving that the original Godfrey
statement in that same paper WSS not really what Mr Godfre- meant
Va, ul Wh'" , itU>"* ^ Godfrey
who felt he needed this publicistin-residcnce and his underlii
clear it all up via television and a column
41 Jh,;.r;,b,,'sa,d *"!d ^ unAmencan to chance the name ol
i o'nH 'h c sa;d "K" s ""' l,'ast "f eonwderatioos I .
found the Original naming of the street contemptible an.! subn
v hisV^n3""' Tay ,'f >,,u wa,u '" kn"w ,nat vou ta" Mr Godf.
car, less If the rahbi thinks it would be unAmencan. that', 1 I
" J" al ''"haps." I suggested brightly, the rabb, could
I, U,M,MS !.eleVIS,n ,,rOKr'm "Pl" and """
fion of the ?n,P'"nan0n.m ,h<" co,umi1' tion of the interview I m sure he wouldn't mind- I
that ',k ,f T' Bt'"ch Punl,< n residence would Just ad
ilong now V S'" :mS ,huck1"^ "Ah." I said, "now voj.e ,
STlol r'/"-pnn.ng to get ,. A pro,M,s of 41st It. If tl
,8TL "ZZ?"Mlm sompbo' whose been less than friendI) I
; llreno^H '"^ T b> """""^'ration, there was I
7the7Z'1t C7!'r''i KnM "M ,,"h";'"^ "' the mUSk fan
' "' ""' an sdopted Floridian not an import "
Hid "N?.Tr!adr d that WSJ
Vndther
' eithei
^ody'.ap, lga,d B


Friday. February 24.1967
-Jt**l*trk>rklton
POgM) 5-A


Jewish National Fund Purim Seudah
Set for Fontainebleau Hotel on Mar. 26
Jose:, h Zuckerman (left). Combined Jewish
Appe-1 chairman for the Labor Zionist Organ-
ization meet3 with other CJA leaders at the
annu::! Greater Miami CJA conlerence of the
Labor Zionist movement at the Algiers Hotel.
Left to right are Dr. Arieh Nesher, guest speak-
er, Zev Bcumgold, and Morris Honigbaum and
Abraham Ravinsky, honorary chairmen.
2 Editors Nabbed in Israel
Continued .-.on P9e 1-A
spectivt editor and assistant edi
tor oJ ie illustrated weekly Bui
(-Starr: i. They *ere arrested af
t-r put cation of their magazine.
Bui. oi Dec 11. carrying sensation
I head nes hirftng at secret dis
down The magazine was con
fiscatet after the arrest of the men
The vernn communique
stated;
"Shm 1 MOT and Maxim (iilan
had n been tetaJned and sen
tenced i nder the defense emergen-
ce regl ations. nor wen- they ac
cused sentenced for espionage
The tv> men v<>:e presented be
fore magistrate within 48 hours
i- r arrest, and the magls
red fj be remand
i in accord
v h normal provisions of
crimiru justic arid procedure
.il to F( I) I
rhi ao K ted admitted theli
guilt i eac i sentenced t<>
inment The
court ided light sentence
cepte; '. !: statements
thai th< had icted unthinkingly.
and ..i- for the reason that this
was first i *-. m In thr his
lory oi "he State that journalists
had in- sentenced for publish'ng
, > n thi : Publication
'f su< ii mation, whether
boi n i' r in is a grave <>(
fi-nsr "
The ;ruul*-n Post, only Eng-
lish liiguijt daily in Israel, ob-
jected *o the fe:t that disclosure
of the case had fallen to The
New York Times, saying editor-
ially: No Israeli likes getting
his information from The New
York Tme." "It has come as n
unpleasant shock to the public,"
stated 'he Post, "that rumors it
had been hearing are true. Two
journalists were indeed arrested.
held in custody, found guilty and
sentenced without a whisper of
this sequence of events reaching
the press."
The Government, in its communi
qua, declared: "The magistrate's
court and the district court at the
time prohibited the publication of
, the above facts. Publication has
now been permitted at the request
, of the State prosecution "
(The New York Times article
reported that the offending lasue
of Bui had featured on its cover
the question: Israelis in the Ben
Barka affair' That matter refer-
red to the unresolved Question
about the abduction in Paris in
October. 1965. of Mehdi Ben Barka
the Moroccan nationalist politician
However, according t<> the Time-.
the story Inside tin' magazine
a no definite answer" to the
Ben Barka <;" >stl
Michael Arnon, Israel's Consul
General in Sew Vork, In ansv
an inquiry on the Bui magazine
editors case bj r*be Nen York
Times, stated as follows The stor
lea published in the Bui magazine
represent > completel) groundless
fabrication Bui is well-known In
Israel as .i sensational publication
it i> relevant t<> note tint one of
the editors concerned ha.' a previ-
ous conviction for espionage
formica:
ops b> i
DENNING :
"In view of sustained Arab hos
tility and belligerence, a limited
censorship exists in Israel on mat
ters affeoting the country's threat
ened securAy.
"The two editors were put on
trial, in which they admitted the>
had published stories which direct
ly or by inference affect securit)
matters They also admitted tha'
they had published fabricated and
groundless rumors, including un
founded allusions to the Ben Bark;-
aflair The accused asked for clem
ency and were sentenced to ont
vear each "
Joseph Cohen, president of the
Jewish National Fund Council o:
Greater Miami, announced that a
Purim Seudah will beheld on Sun
day. March 26. at''The Fontaine-
bleau Hotel "This will be one of
the outstanding events of the sea
son." Cohen declared A confer-
ence "f leaders to discuss .ink. its
needs and its role in Israel toda>
will be held preceding the Seuda
Cohen stressed the need to
strengthen the Jewish National
Fund, which is engaged in giving
life to desert lands, road building
on the frontiers, establishing set-
tlements on the Arab borders, in
addition to its traditional activlt}
of reclaiming the soil of Israel and
the planting of millions of trees."
Outof state leaders will be
invited to participate in formu-
lating plans. The conference will
culminate with the traditional
Jewish National Fund Purim
Seudah, "which promises to be
a memorable and inspiring occa-
sion in the community," accord-
ing to Cohen.
"Further plans for the event a
he announced at a later date. Mi I
Cohen, and requested the caninv
nity to "note the date for this irr.
porfant event."
Cohen was introduced to the
dinner committee at a session her
bj Jacob Fishman and '/.. W K
gan Cohen told the commit;-''
that I can be a good preside: I
only yotl will help to make me i
good president by working
me to help make the JNF strong
and giving it the proper place it i
serves in our community for Its
outstanding achievements in !
rael "
Demo Club Talk
On Medicare Held
The Democratic Club of Miami
Beach scheduled an 8 p.m. meet
ing on Wednesday at the Sea Isl
Hotel
Chester R Szymanski. authority
on social security and Medicare,
spoke on these subjects Film, on
Medicare and You." was shown
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Friday. February 24, 1%7
New Jersey Town Thumbs Out
2 Jews in School Hoard Race
Continued from Pago 1-A
raxes and individual quail
: the candidav-
The Protostant Mayor is tho
son of a Catholic. Hit sitter is a
Jewish convert. He stressed that
the 45 000 residents of the town-
ship had for many years had the
' experience of living together,
regardless of race, color or relig-
ion in the true sense of the
American way."
Thf Mayor gave hi* views
i ted a record $8,500.
fj 0 {el ami d-:
two Jewish candidate- Incum-
bents lack Handell and Kobeit
hi an-- the election
\ week before thf balloting.
\.'wton Miller, a Protestant and
iklenl ol the icbool l>oard.
1--UC. ,i statement urging the de
leal M.iiui.il and Kiau> M Jews
becaUM> Jews tended to be liberal
pecially when it comes, to spend-
i ej mi education He also
noted that with one Jew. Fred
now a member of the board,
the -tion of two more Jewish
tenth rs could lead to loss "of
hat i- left of Chricl in rhiiatmn
. leb itiona in "ur schools."
In the controversy that erupted
of the board appro\ed
? Jit fo one. a resolution cfii-nr
it j R ller for bigotrj and asking
him resign Refusing to quit.
Willei made a public apology to
I he
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Wayne Township's 2.900 Jews but
refused to modifv or retract his
statement A record turnout of
voters defeated the budget and
1 Mandell fourth and fifth on
the list of five candidates for the
school board
In his post-election statement.
Mayor Sisco said the school budg-
et would have forced a fa* in-
crease of SSf a year for persons
owning $20,000 homes. In his
proclamation of Brotherhood
Week, the Mayor said "to all our
citizens" that "it is well, at a
time when the principles upon
which our democracy is found-
ed ere gravely threatened, that
we should reassert them firmly
and rededicate ourselves to their
daily practice."
In a pre-election comment on
Millet statement, the Mayor said
that Miller "ha- gone too far "
Rabbi Shai Shacknai of Temple
Beth Tikvah, who had responded
to Miller's statement with a pledge
to work for his removal from pub
lie life, said after the election that
he did not think Wayne was dif
ferent from any other community
There ha\e been no overt signs of
anti-Semitism but obviotJSl) some
people have latent feelings lb-
added wryly that he would not him-
self recommend Miller "for a
brotherhood award."
Guy Vinopol. president of the
Wayne Kducation Association, rep
resenting the school system's 528
teachers, said their reaction was
"a combination of disgust and tor
row Mr Vinopol. a hieh school
teacher, said that "many" teachers
were thinking of resigning but Wil
Bsfll DeYouni;. school board seen
tar> said he had no information of
any such resignations
The New York Times editori-
ally described the election as "a
victory for foolishness." The edi-
torial asserted that a community
which stints on the schooling of
prestige
address
ocean
in the heart of
Miami Beach
400 foot private beach
and cabanas Viz mile of
boardwalk two heated
pools stam. sauna and
massage facilitiesnstores
and specialty shops right
on the premises
Stvdios 1 g 7 -.
Bedroom Aets., >p
Rentals from me.
ttetr Ct-isvtcMi Sell I' ktatiit;
tnfoH
Tomer
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its children "compromises its
future" and that a town "that
stigmatises candidates because
of their racial or religious back-
ground becomes a house divided,
a victim of home-bred hatreds."
The editorial added that "out of
desire to protect its pocketbook,
Wayne has not only counte-
nanced bigotry but embraced it
And there is no reason to be-
lieve that what happened in
Wayne could not happen in a
thousand other communities."
Mandril told the Jewish Tele
graphic Agency that he was "shock-
ed and disappointed" at the re
-ult^ of the vote. He said he had
not believed that the community
had such feelings but he felt that
Mil lei's statement hail brought out
Wayne Township's latent anti-
Semitism,
He said that the Jewish issue had
not been raised when he ran foi
the board, or when two Jews were
elected to the township council He
also said he felt that while thire
was deep concern among the t >wn
ship residents over the school sys-
tem's costs. "anti-Semitism over-
shadowed the budget issues
Members of the Beth David Golden Jubilee patrons dinner
dance committee check advance reservations for their 50th
anniversary affair at Beth David in Spector Hall on Sunday
Mar. 5. Left to right are Joseph Milton, chairman. Mrs. Char
lotte Rosen, Sam Badanes and Albert Beer, president of Beth
David Congregation.

FERRE
MEANS
FAIR PLAY:

Maurice Ferre doesn't maka
pie-in-tho-sky promises.
But when he makes a promise, he keeps it.
And that's the important thing.
For you. And for all of Dade.
Maurice Ferre doesn't have a solution to every problem. But he is com-
mitted to the ideal that representation of the people means exactly that:
to pursue with vigor and purpose the just goals of the people of Dade County.
These goals include a well-organized program to fulfill the needs of
our Senior Citizens. Ferre favors expansion of low-cost housing projects
similar to the Robert King High Towers. Reduced public transportation
fares. And additional recreational facilities for Senior Citizens. He will
support these and other worthwhile objectives while working closely
with the Florida Commission on the Aging.
Ferre means fair play for our youth-and for the future greatness of
Dade as a national focal point of quality education. He has pledged
himself to work for rapid construction of a four-year college in Dade
County. And for improved salaries and schools under the Minimum
Foundation Program.
Ferre recognizes the unfair taxation problems facing both the homo
owner and the businessman. He will work diligently to eliminate exces-
sive property taxes and the business inventory tax.
As your voice in Tallahassee. Ferre will expend every energy in fight-
ing for a new, modem State Constitution.
A successful businessman. Ferre has used his imaginative industrial
know-how to create jobs and payrolls that are vital to the economic pro-
gress and prosperity of Dade. (A responsible civic leader. Ferre has given
freely of his time and talents to make Dade a better place in which to live.)
He knows business. He knows people. He knows it is the business of
government to work for the people.
FERRE NEEDS YOUR VOTE!
MAURICE FERRE
STATE REPRESENTATIVE (DEM) DISTRICT 91
LEVER 13C
CAMPAIGN HEADQUARTERS:
100 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD TELEPHONE 377-8941


Friday. February 24. 1967
kJew I iti fhrkHan
Pag 7-A
Negro Daily Sees Little Bias
Continued from Page 1 A
against Jewish businessmen op-
erating in Negro slum areas, de-
clared that the fact was that
Jews "do their best to satisfy the
wants end needs of their Negro
tostoroers" but that "the rela-
tionship breaks down when the
Negro buyer is unable to live
up to the terms of his commit-
ment."
The editorial said that when, in
such cases the usual "harsh lejjal
procedures" were instituted, the'
Negro reacted with resentment ;
and "cries of usury, unfair advan
tage and gfUflltg." However, the
editorial added, the Negro buyer
who does not know his financial
limitations and who besides is cal
Iptu about his obligations, conies
in for sharp criticism from his
own people."
Th<> editorial alee ertmnwnfed on
.i suggestion bj Dr. Teller that the
Jewish community should force
ihe removal of the Jewish slumlord
fiom the Negro ghotta "bj barrtnn
hi,ii from all offlc.. nat.onal and
local, in Jewish life."
Without expressing an opinion
on that suggestion, the editorial
said that "Jews, of course, are
neither the only nor the primary
property owners in Negro neigh-
borhoods. It must not be forgot-
ten that there are Negro slum-
lords just as ruthless and incon-
siderate as are their white coun-
terparts."
The editorial asserted thai such
evaluations failed to graap that
"these people are the victii s of
an American system that pu bea
them into an unconscionable rat
race after success and opulence,
regardless of the costs In I alth
and personal Integrity."
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M4Y0* BR04D SHAKS TO NORTH SHOUt COMMUNITY
CJA Groups Gear for Vigorous Drive
Ma\or Shepard Broad, of Ba>
or Islands, will di-cu the
'.tc- of community agencies at a
Dined Jewish Appeal breakfast
' "1 Harbour HoiM
II House South on Sill
Martin I Robert Blum Jr .
ice Gre> i :>h A
limn:. of the Harbour
- .i:d Harbour House
-n on behalf of the Com
d Jewish Appeal, said that the
'< will try lo double
amount of mone) the) :- ted
" ; ar for the CJA
Mayor Broad, a banker, law-
yer, civic leader, and worker in
local and national Jewish affairs,
is a trustee and a member of the
ooard of governors of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation. He is
"be founder of Bay Harbor Is-
lands and has served as mayor
since 1947.
He was first president and one
of the founders of the Miami Beach
Zionist District, a former member
i the advisory committee to the
Iade County Port Authority, and
has served as a trustee for Mount
Srjai Hospital, a beneficiary agenc\
: Federation, and St Francis Hos
pita!
Mortimer May. a former presi-
dent of the Zionist Organization of
America, and a board member of
< Hebrew Union College, will in-
troduce Mayor Broad at the CJA
breakfast scheduled for 10 a.m. in
* Harbour House South Restau-
rant
Members of the Harbour House
and Harbour House South Com-
mittee for the Combined Jewish
Appeal art Joseph D. Albert.
Irving C. Angel, Myron M. Behr-
-nan, Oavid Bertuch. Joseph E.
Brody, I. A. Chaiken. Jacob
criedland, Meyer Gladstone, Irv
ng Hillman, Victor M. Levin.
Also Sidney B Margolius. Nor
an Morns. Philip Ness. Ira M
} ike, Morns Pollin. Philip Rein
isch. Ifelvta Rose. Milton E Schatt-
an. Leo Schlosberg and Solomon
Bpeetor
Businessmen representing the field of life insurance gather
for a cocktail party on behalf of the 1967 Combined Jewish
Appeal campaign. The event, which showed a 40.5 percent
increase in giving over last year, was hosted by Samuel Kos-
man, president of Seaboard Life Insurance Company of Amer-
ica. Guests at the CJA meeting included (left to right) Ferdinand
Phillips Jr., Melvin Kartzmer, Louis G. Wechsler. and Andrew
A. Geller.
Labor Zionists
A 300 percent increase in gifts
\ -dg Appeal by the Far band l.abor Zion-
ist Organization has been reported
by Joseph P. Zuckerman. CJA
chairman for the organization, fol-
lowing the Labor Zionist CJA con
ference held recently
Zuckerman said that in the three
short years in which the Labor
Zionist Organization has been
gathering annually for the Com-
bined Jewish Appeal, the total
amount of money pledged to the
CJA has tripled
Over 300 members of the vari-
ous Labor Zionist organizations
in Greater Miami met at the Al-
giers Hotel for a morning work-
shop session, a luncheon, and a
cultural program on behalf of
the CJA.
Dr Aneh Nesher. Israeli man
agement consultant and lecturer at
Tel Aviv I'niversity. was guest
speaker Nesher urged members of
the audience "to search your con-
science then dig deep down into
your pockets and give to the
Combined Jewish Appeal."'
Zuckerman said that the meeting
closed with a pledge from all at-
tending that they would "full heart
edly support Combined Jewish Ap-
peal '*

Dr. Lehrman Named
Dr Irving Lehrman. spiritual
leader of Temple Emanu El. and
recently appointed chairman of the
Rabbinical Council of the United
Jewish Appeal, hosted a cocktail
party for William Rosenuald. of
New York, on Monday, at the Kon-
tainebleau Hotel
Rosenwald is national campaign
chairman of the United Jewish
Appeal, major beneficiary agency
of Greater Miami I Combined Jew
i-h Appeal One of the nation's
foremost philanthropic leaders, he
ISO serves as honorary chairman
of the New York United Jewish
Appeal
A frequent visitor to Israel. Ros
enwald has traveled hundreds of
thousands of miles in behalf of the
UJA He is a life member of the
board of directors of the Council
of Jewish Federations and Welfare
Funds.
Rosenwald s trip to Miami was
in behalf of the Combined Jewish
Appeal of Greater Miami and the
I'nited Jewish Appeal of Greater
New York
Mercantile Division
Annual luncheon of the Com-
bined Jewish Appeals Mercantile
Division .i lo be held on Tours-
da*. I b 23, 12:30 p m ..I the
Dupont Plaza Hold
Byron .1 Topoi, division chair-
man, said that the Harold B Boi
worth Memorial Award would In-
presented at the luncheon The
Award, which has become an an-
nual CJA tradition, will cite an
outstanding business and commu-
nity leader for his efforts and
service to the entire Miami com
m unit >
Hosts for the division's annual
luncheon arc Alix of Miami. Amer-
icana Knitting Mills. Arco Notion
and Trimming Company. Burdinc s
Department Stores. JR. Handbags
of Florida, Inc.. Jordan Marsh.
Ring Kole. Inc., Donald S Lavigne.
Inc Marcus Brothers Company.
Miami Diamond Center. Robinson
Industries. Serbin. Inc. and Vogue
Originals ', 4
Louis I.-Davis and Herman Ham
mer are division co-chairmen Joa
eph E Brooks and William S Ru- I
ben are immediate past co-chair- (
men. and John Serbin is the Mer
cantile Division's special gifts
chairman.
10 am in the Southgat- Tower,
Terrace Room. Rabb: Ma**,
Abramowitz. spiritual leader 0|
Temple Menorah. was guest speak,
er.
Ben Essen, local Ittorne) ,,nd
associate chairman of CJA h, a.
dents and High Rise Division
spoke to members of North V
Beach's Beth Torah Congregal ,
at a community coffee tched
for 11 a in .n Um Rynago
Boon
Culture Club Sets
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Ifendeh Mi tin r Sf<. m '
!>< the nil the talk ij 1
Lasavin at th. Oneg S
the Pax id Pm-ki club. <-- Pridav
8 p m at 842 Washingl \\i
Ben Yomen will press I .1 pro
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and lead communal sing |
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Poet Eminot
Gives Lecture
Bi monthly lecturer of the I L
Pereti Workmen'* Circle School!
wai Israel Eminot, pef and teach
er, last week at 1545 sw 3rd St.
Max Gleiberman director <>f lh(
-i hc.nl opened the evening witl a
community sing ol popular "> 11
dish folk songs
Mrs Mar> Daniels, record
ten larj oi lh< school board w |v
sponsor i"i the evening and r i
vided refreshmi nts ;f* r the l< i
lure
An uigent appeal to Dade County voters to come out and
vote was the theme ol the speakers at a meeting oi the Miami
Beach pks Lodqe 1601 at their clubhouse. 720 West Ave.. last
week. Circuit Judge Harold B. Spaet was chairman. Over 500
persons turned out to hear the eight county senatorial incum-
bents discuss legislative needs of the state. Photo shows (left
to right, standing) special events director of Miami Beach Elks
Lodge Allen Goldberg. Judge Spaet. Exalted Ruler of Miami
Beach Elks Lodge Euqene J. Weiss. State Sen. Lee Weissen-
born. former Judge Richard Stone. Councilman Joseph F. Mal-
ek. Howard Sullivan. Seated are State Senators Edward Gong.
George W. Holohan. Robert Haverfield. Robert Shevin and
Ralph Poston.
Anti Jewish Bias Charge Snubbed?
SEN YORK (JTA1 William
Booth, chairman of the New
Rights, issued this week a point
) point rebuttal In response to
charge by Rabbi Julius G Neu
inn that the commission had \f.
ored anti Jewish discrimination
Rabbi Neumann resigned this week
h- a member of the commission
ver those charges
Rabbi Neumann accused Booth
i 'whipping up animosity among
New Yorkers by an alleged policy
' 1 sidestepping grievances of Jaws
and Puerto Ricans to concentrate
i xclusively on those of Negroes
Booth, a Negro, is a former leader
! the National Association for the
\dvancemcnt of Colored People
The American Jewish Committee
- ~ked Mayor John V. Lindsay to
i -1 ith "interested parties' to
lisctMB the charges
Booth declared that tha Com-
minion hat bn "on th top of
the situation" involving Amer-
ican Jewish Committee charges
of discrimination against Jew*
in the banking profession. He
said that as soon as he learned
of the situation, he conferred
with Roy M. Goodman, New York
City Finance Administrator and
that Goodman said he would
keep Booth advised of develop-
ments.
The chairman rejected Rabbi
Neumann.- charge that the com
mission did not accept complaints
from .lews seeking permission from
employers to observe religious
holidays He said that the commis-
sion was currently processing I
complaint made on January 31 by
Morris Wolf of Brooklyn, who com
plained to the commission he had
been fired because he wanted to
leave work at 4 p.m. on the eve of
Yom Kippui Also, Booth said, the
commission had been Instrumental
in obtaining from Mayor Undsa)
an amendment of Civil Service
Commission rules to enable Sab-
bath observers to ask for special
examinations to avoid conflict
with their religious beliefs Booth
said that at the time. Commissioner
Neumann had noted the Human
Rights Commission's part "in bring
ing it about."
Booth also reported that the
commission was currently process-
ing six complaints by Jews of
alleged discrimination in employ
ment
Booth also disputed Rabbi N< u
mann on the issue created by the
slur on the Jews from King Faisal
of Saudi Arabia on his visit to this
country last year Booth said that
the commission had issued a state
ment applauding Mayor Lindsay's
decision to cancel a scheduled city
luncheon for the King
The chairman said that, on its
own initiative, the commission
made a special effort in connec-
tion with a severely-criticized
television program by David
Susskind in which Negroes made
openly anti-Semitic comments.
Booth said that the commission
obtained changes in the televi-
sion show script before it was
shown but that later, on Jan. 23,
the commission took a strong
stand in a letter on the program
content even after the revision.
Booth denied he was silent,
"strangely or otherwise.'' when
Principal Stanlej Usser Of Inter-
mediate School 201 in Harlem was
being attacked on a color basis
Wine-Tasting |
At T Party
The Y's Women Auxiliary of the
vm and vvha ol Greater Miami
will sponsor .i paid-up membership
party for husbands and wives Sun-
day, Mar 5, 7 :<(> p m m the Gold
en Kej Room Of the "Y. 85()0 sw
8th St
Highlighting the event will be a
wine-tasting festival followed bj
dancing and socializing Mrs Jerry
Klein is chairman of the event
Working with her are Mesdames
Kan Huntman, Sidney Rudgin, Cal-
vin Kapp and Stanley Ramrai
Rusk Explains
Middle East Stand
To Sen. Javits
Continued from Page 1-A
distribution of CNKWA food
tions to I'LA members
In a reply to Mr Rusk. Sen Jav-
its urged the Department "to come
up with its own affirmative ideas
to get major powers together who
have an interest in stopping the
Near East arms race. Sen. Javits
told the Secretary of State that
"C S. opposition to the admitted
practice of a UN agencv Ri\ing
food rations and other supplies to
a terrorist army is commendable
but what steps is our Govern
Booth said he pul himself on rec- men( taklI1), >top ,r Tnt. Am, ,-
ord that the principal should be jcan people should not tolerate the
judged solely on the basis of his use of the IN for such a purpo-
qualifications The Principal is a and should expect positive and
Jew prompt action to stop it."
For Reservations
& Information Call
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1502 WASHINGTON AVE. PHONE 532-7326 I
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1967
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Dr. S. Fred Singer (left), chairman of the Biickell Town House
campaign on behalf of the Combined Jewish Appeal, reported
a 25 percent increase of gifts pledged to CJA over last year
following the Brickell Town House CJA breakfast last Sunday.
Residents, including Samuel Sapiro and Miss E. Gilbert
(above), heard Dr. Irving Lehrman as guest speaker.
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Friday. February 24 L9Q7
Dignitaries Will
Attend Opener Of
New JFCS Facility
Sunday. Mar 5. Jewish Fam
1 i Children's Service will ded-
icate its. new building at 1790 S\V
27th Ave.
Many local, state and national
dignitaries are expected to attend
the 2 to 5 p.m open house for
Dade County's oldest voluntary
community social welfare agency
without regard to racial or relig-
ious sponsorship.
Awwn these formally in vitas'
to thy affair are Florida coo-
f*4Mnn, arate tn*t*ri anal
representatives from Dad* Coon
t>, municipal anal county offi
ciela nj Mfl*. official, of M
health anal welfare agencies, of-
Weert and directors af tha Unitad
Fund and Greater Miami Jew-
it*) Federation, and members of
tha Rabbinical Association.
Also invited are presidents of
synagogue* and temples, presidents
: of local Jewish organisations, rep-
resentatives of the press, princi-
; pals of all Dade County schools
and the membership and friends
of Jewish Family and Children's
Service
Dr. Morton Rosenbluth (standing), chairman of
the Dentists Division for the Combined Jewish
Appeal, hosts a co-chairmen's division meet-
ing at his home. Left to right axe Drs. Alan
Berry. Elliot Gordon, co-chairman of CJA's
Professions and Trades Division Gerald I
Wernick, Stanford Kane. Rosenbluth, Barry D.
Meiselman. and Leonard Sakrais.
IN FiOTiSJ Of VOM THAMHM INWHItW
Bahamas Premier
Due in Miami
Bahamas Premier l.ynden O.
1'indhnj; will make Ins first public
sppesssitaa in the United stales as
guest ipaeker for the Diamond Ju
biles dinner of the Florida iMemo
rial Collage on Mar 8 at the Deau
viUc Hetel
The announcement aai made b>
Louis Wolf son, Florida State Rep
resent stive and Richard Stone,
: Miami Citj Attornej
Florida Memorial Collage is
celebrating its 75th anniversary
in the State of Florida and will
relocate to Miami from St. Aug-
ustine in 1968.
ning Piodling on .Mar 8 will
"i (hio

Rob
i V,
Kal .
Di I n Pur i
In announcing the event. JFCS
president. Dr. Metvin L. Becker.
stated, "Since it was not possible
to send formal invitations to ev-
eryone interested in our work, we
want to stress that the public is
invited to join us for this import-
ant event."
Dr. Becker announced that then-
will be a short dedication service
during the open house, and that
,'uided tours of the new 6.000-sq.ft TORONTO (JTA) Many by the Metropolitan Toronto CM- presented in depth and in p
building will be conducted by of this city's prominent civic and izens Committee Concerned with' tive which examine* the re U
members of the staff, board and religious organizations and lead- Nco-Nazism in West Cicrmany. enee of political extremisr >f
The agency's Deiv headquarters CFS l'ndorsrd a sta,linent delivered headed by a labor leader, Eamon Na/i type in West (Icrmar
consists of 22 offices and special ,nis w0l'k t0 ,n*' Wost Gern,an ^'on ParK- a,ld Jewish Congress Lead we do make serious object i
sulate hire which calls upon the cr. Louis Herman. Speakers in- program built around the
Bonn Government to strengthen eluded a Cabinet Minister. Jean and personality o/ Adolf vo
Bonn Democracy Worries Canada
purpose rooms in addition to a
larce. attractive reception lobby
It i> functionally designed with democratic institutions and to
mam sections off the lobby for educate the Gasman people polit
family service, child care and ad
a
Kut
jure
Marchand. and
Parliament
two member-, of (kn
ministration.
The 47-year-old JFCS provides
personal, marital and parent child
oouoseiinf, foster care, services to
uned parents, adoption service-'1
for tin aged, and sevi ral other i>
lated welfare programs
Funds for the new building,
which cost somt $110,000 includ-
ing the land, came from contri-
butions by JFCS board members
and friends of the agency. Ac-
cording to executive director,
Leon D. Fisher, "No money al
located to provide services to
the community was used in con-
struction of the building."
'
It will (ll
en ii-' S -.i

on
ically
Presentation of the statement
climaxed a rally held in the Tor
onto Coliseum, attended h\ H.IKK)
people, to denounce the rise of
neo-Nazi forces In Germany The
gathering a/as called t<> protest .1
David Lewis, deputy leadei ol
the iu-w Canadian Democratic Pal
t>. while empliasi/ing the value of
public broadcasts of important is
sues and of political "11011 interven
tion," severely attacked the CBC
von Thadden interview as a "mis
use of freedom and a device for
offering misinformation, and not
Canadian Broadcasting Corporation ,.., llu. ,.....t*..-1 he charged
presented von Thadden as a man
interview taped in Germany thai
featured Adolf von Thadden. dep
ut> chairman ol the National Dera
ocratic Party, a neo-Nazi group
Endorsers of the statement
given to the Consulate included
the Toronto Anglican Diocese,
Canadian-Polish Congress, Can-
adian Jewish Congress, Ciecho-
slovakian groups, Toronto's may-
or and ex-mayor, Canadian Le-
g.on officials, and well-known
professors, clergymen and labor
leaders.
Th< mass meel
Myers Files for Reelection to Florida Legislature
Dsde State Rep Ken Myers an
nounced that he has qualified (01
reelection to his present seat in
the Florida House of Repn-senta
lives I'nder the nev. reapportion
meat plan, this leal is designated
as District 114
Myers was first elected to the
Florida House of Representatives
u; 1964 and reelected without op
position to Ins second term in the
House in 1966 He is presently
serving as wee chairman of the
House Committee on Mental
Health, member of the Committee
on Finance and Taxation. Health
and Welfare. Education. Public
ScnopU, Pensions and Retirement
and State InstitUtioni
In addition, he is chairman of
a special committee for the study
of air pollution control and is a
member of numerous legislative
council committees, including
vice chairman of the Council
Committee on Mental Health and
the Council Committee on Pen-
sions and Retirement.
Myers, a Phi Beta Kappa grad-
uate of the University of North
Carolina and the University" of
Florida Ijw School, is a native Mi-
amian, age 33 A practicing attor
ney. he has also served on numei
community boards and agen-
cies, if hiding the budget commit
tee of the United Fund, budget
committee of Greater Miami Jew-
ill Federation, nitinlxr of the ( it\
of Miami Pension Hoard, trustee
>l the Citj of Miami Pension S\ 1
tern, member of the board of di
rectors of the Dade County Child
Guidance Clinics, and .. membei ol
the State Hoard of the Florid;, ,-
soeiation for Mental Health
Myers sponsored and steered
through passage most of the major
mental health laws during the last
session of the Legislature, includ-
ing a complete reorganization of
the Department of Mental Health,
providing for the establishment of
a Division of Community Mental
Health Centers He is considered
as an expert in the field of mental
health and finance and taxation.
Me was recently recognized by
the Florid* Psychiatric Society
for his "meritorious contribu-
tions to tha promotion of mental
health and the improvement of
facilities and services for the
mentally ill in the State of Flor-
ida."
extensive needs of the fast growing
in ban ai cms ot oui state
"We must once and for all tack
le tin- problem Of water and an
pollution, the problems ot mass
transportation, and of greater fin
ancial assistance to local goven
mem-, providing greater flexibility
in home rule All of these point
to the fact that experience and
dedication are needed in this next
session of the legislature, and I am
ready to continue to do m\ pait,
Myers said.
who "loved dogs and children .
characteristic attributed to a num
ber ot Nazi murderers
Immigration and Manpowi M
ister Marchand recalled von Thad
expressions ol regret foi
- committed I
1I
1
ts fron ,:iti\
Samuel Bronfman, chairman
of the CJC Board of Governors,
and World Jewish Congiess .
president, assailed the Canadian
broadcasting system for giving
von Thadden a forum. "It is per-
tinent to ask," Mr. Bronfman
said, "why von Thadden so anxi-
ously wishes to speak in places
like France, the United King-
dom, the United States and Can-
ada. Why does he seek a plat-
form?"
Mr llronlinau added "We would
haw- no complain! about .1 program
ElfCi STEPHEN H.
BUTTER
HOUSE OF REPRESENT*' ,ES
DISTRICT 100
Counfywitle Vote
PULL LEVER 22-C
TMKl IS NO RUTTED
suismun for mm CJl
He was also instrumental during
the last session in bringing exten-
sive reforms to the State's retire-
ment system.
"There is much to be done in the
field of streamlining our state
Government, in brin^iny reforms
to our judicial system, in strength
cniny the executive branch of our!
government and In strengthening
the overall legislative process.'
Myei s said.
"Top priority on OUI legislative
agenda should Ik- the meeting of.
the vast Deans of our educational
m, upgrading of health, ci
fare, and vocational rehabilitation
ptegMBM s() that the] are attuned
to a modern and fast mow me. state
and in general providing for the
''WWWW
"MILLIONS OF DOLLARS of
The Taxpayers money
COULD BE SAVED
by having a
SMALLER LEGISLATURE
based on
one man one vote
and the U.S. Census
I SHALL WORK
FOR SUCH A
LEGISLATIVE BODY."
RE-ELECT
Vedicated to
VvbSit Setwce
BOB
BRAKE
State Representative
District 107
LEVER
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BOB
HARTNETT
STATE LEGISLATURE
COUNTY-WIDE VOTE DISTRICT 106
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Friday. February 24, 1967
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Paqe 11 A
Israel Bonds Set to Inaugurate
$115 Million Confab on Beach

Continued from Page 1 A
I jn Industry, agriculture, Ir
n, housing and the exploit!
lion i natural resources
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co of the 11H>7 campaign.
and Rothberg said that
Israel Bond- inii-t he sold
Ptr localise Israel is now go-
PMlgh a difficult period of
m its economic life and
inoie funds must be available t"
stimulate industrial production to
expand Its export trade."
"We have undertaken a quota
of HIS million, as compared with
the S!U million that was sold last
year, because Israel's Develop
inert Budget has been increased
h\ 29 percent We hope that Amei
ican and Canadian Jewry will as
-ume this greater responsibilit) be
Orthodox Rabbis
Given LBJ's Vow
On Middle East
cause Israel no longer receives rep
.nations payments from German)
ami it is no longer eligible to ob-
tain grants-in-aid from 'he l nited
Slates
Tin" leaves Israel Bonds a- the
onlj source ol large scale funds t<>
strengthen it- economy,' the \,i
tional chairmen of the Inaugural
Conference declared
In the first phase of the prep-
arations for the conference, an
intensive effort has been carried
on to enroll Trustees, or pur-
chasers of (10,000 or more in Is-
rael Bonds. Under the chairman-
ship of Morris W. Berinstein, na-
tional chairman of Trustees, key
leaders from various parts of the
country have been making initial
purchases for 1967 in the follow-
ing categories: Golden Trustees,
t $50,000; Chai Trustees, at
$18,000; Negev Trustees, at
$15,000 and Trustees, at $10,000.
Admission to the birthday din-
ner honoring Mr Ben Gui ion i~
based on the purchase of a mini
mum of si.ooo in Israel Bonds
en purchasers in this categorj
will also be eligible to attend the
premiere of the all-Israel Bond
Fashion Show and luncheon on
Thursdaj Mar 2. at the Fontaine-
hleau Hotel
Dermers Host Teacher Group
Hebrew Teachers Association ol
Greater Miami scheduled a :
ing last week at the home of Mr
and Mrs Jas Dermer
Talk, Film on Israeli Coins
Rabbi S T Swirsky discussed
Within the Circle." which dealt
with the historical development
and background Ol Israeli coins on
Tuesday evening at a "Coffee with
the Rabbi" series sponsored bj
the Beth Jacob Sisterhood A film
on Israeli coins Was also shown
live Direct from the Sterling Hotel
TALMUDIC SEMINAR
OF THE AIR
"Daf Hashovua"
For the 13th Consecutive Yeor
Miomi Jewry will hove the oppor-
tunity of looming o poge of the
Talmud, translated and explained
by
Rabbi Pinchas AM. Teitz
Scholar and famous Authority
on the Talmud
Rabbi of Eluaberh and
Dean of Mesifta of New Jersey
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l'i. ent Johnson assured 500
i lox rabbis attending a re
|j coi vention here that the
l : state- "resolutely' opposes
tli- j.se of loitl Or threats of
I i -.\ one state against another"
in Middle Kast area, and in
|e to maintain that policy
President's message was
i at the rioting session of a
t lay parley of the Rabbinical
i il of America Notinu in his
gli-i tig to the Council that "we
an concerned oxer maintaining
pe; in the Middle Bast.' Ml
Ji in declared'
~ne achievements of the Is-
r**-., people ovor a scant two
oil6>QS havo taught us all what
kill and determination can do.
Isr| today is an impressive trib-
u't *o the dedication of its peo-
p.i s well as to the support of
n, :ni and friends around the
wed. The United $tates i*
P d to be one of those nations.
Fc- the past two decades, the
Hi -ed States has been in the
foitflI of those genuinely
w si mg to bring about a peace-
fu resolution of the conflict
trc.Dling the Near East. This is
nc- easy to achieve, but we must
p evere in our efforts to make
p-. have made it clear lhal we
w: esolutel) oppose the use ol
Ju den rein College
Faculty Criticized
Continued from Page 1 A
:<- ncli. English literature and
itics
iher Jewish communitj offi
< i hied out that the college
has ,(i man) outstanding Jewish
students whom its facultx had al
ncouraged to Join Jewish or
lions, Including the Hillel
i i ..tion at neerb) Emory Col
le
force or the threat of force bj one
state against another In Ihe area
We intend to live up to that com
mitment but we must recognise
that, until basic solutions are
found, tensions are likely to con
tinue placing the highest premium
on cool and far-sighted statesman
ship We must do all xxe can and
we must ask our friends in the
area to go that extra mile xuth us
in the unremitting search for the
peaceful waj I join you in praying
that peace may come to all lands
I pledge our determination to work
with all nations dedicated to that
goal
Rabbi Harrj I Wohlberg, ol
Brooklyn, chairman of the convoca
lion, told the parley that the rise
ot urn Nazism in Germany was not
a Jewish problem, but world
problem He stated that ihe .lews
have earned the rigbl to warn man-
kind of Nazism because "we paid
the highest puce with out titnto.otH)
martyrs We must issue ihe most
solemn warning to the nations of
Ihe world and lo their leaders,
he said, "to heed in time the dan
ger signals flying in Germany
The session approved a resolu
lion introduced by Rabbi Israel K
I at an, executive vice presidenl
addressed to the West German
Government, appealing for the
adoption of measures to stamp out
all vestiges of Nazism other reso
lutiona called upon the Soviet Gov-
ernment to gTnl opportunities for
free and unqualified religious free-
dom to its It .000.000 Jewish mhah
Hants
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Motel. S423 Collmi Ave. Orthodox
Pi idn> :. 15 p n ,,i Mm.
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AGuDATh
OrthodoM.
WEL Wit Cai. Av\
Rabin maic Ever
AHAVAT SHALOM CONQREGA
TION. MS SW 67th Awe. Orthodox.
Cantor Morris Barr
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ANSHE EMES 2531 SW lth Awe
Conservative Fm.uei Ki^h*iAiti
president. Cantor So Pakowitz.
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ETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd Awe. Con
eervative. Rabbi Sol Landau. Cantor
William W. Lioson
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M .Ii. in.- n.l iod II. \ .
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K:i> ton ..f Mi and Mra /.-1 Rotu n-
k- .tn Mini h i.m
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ETM EL. 500 SW >7th Awa. Ortho
dca. Rahbi Solomon Scruff
v lay < p m Baturdaj 10 m 8er-
ii ii 'Spiritual An (Minting' M
p in
ETM ISRAEL. 770 40th St Orthe-
dox. Rabbi Berei Wain.
?" '' I p in Saturda) > i.m Kern
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ETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ava '
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T.
Swirakw. Cantor Maurice Mamches.
y 'ii* ". p m Saturday s So m
ETM KOOEIH. 1101 SW 12th Ava.
Modarn Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Benlamin Ben-Arl.
I Ida) 1:11 p.gi W i -ii (ton's Ml I
. mrmnn sVaahlnatton An En-
If ma." Mr and Mrs lack Stone will I
h-st the iWie< Bhabbai in honor ..f his
b th Baturdaj l:4i m Beimon
\ People's "l -t .:. 1 rt<- ;. ni A
i. h! Count "'
ETH MOSHE CONGREGATION
13AM W. Dixie Mwi. Conservative
Rabbi Oavid Rosenfeid. Cantor Sej>-
mour Hinkes.
I'll ;. in : ..,... I ir
H Pewnkltn llan Miami
emit) T. -pi. I tl f T
i'i. !, ..-. i
S urda y 8:4- i *ermon i
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BETH SOLOMON 50 NW 51t PI
Conserwatiwe Rabbi Aaron Feier
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Khabbal Mr ind Mi
f their
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ETH TFILAM 935 Euclid Awe Or-
ervices
CANDIEUGHTING TIME
81 Adar 6:01 p.m.
*
thodox Racbi Joseph E Rackovsky
if" TORAM 164th St and NE 11th
Awe Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip
Mint*. Cantor Jacob Renter.
I I I'. |> in H
i and
Mra Ma rda> H.3
.. in lia Mltn i Ii Keith -..n ..f Ml
and Mrs ...-;. r \\ llllam,
on : Mr i'it Mr* M .: \ i Koai
Mini hi in
B'NAI RAPHAEL 1401 NW IS3rd St.
Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richtar
Cantor Jack Larner.
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell See Follower*." Stutlente uf the II.
sjar. Cantor Ban Dickaon. ami Huml > Bchoakj lll ooaviu
Prlda) I It |. m Harmon "S\>ratr>r sen..... Ones Nturehai hoarad
nd Tii.n Saiurdaji 1:45 a War- consjreeatlon In honor .-f the
ruin 'Portion "f the \* I Baturda) I pa Sermon !
the Week Bni MHsvaJa: (tan
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION
OF MIAMI. liAT Washington Awa
Orthodox. Rabbi Dow Rozencweig.
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FT. LAUOEROALE EMANU-EL. 1S01
S. Andrews Ava. Reform Rabbi
Richard M. Leviton. Cantor Jerome
Klement.
FT. LAUOEROALE JEWISH CEN
TER 547 E. Oakland Park Blvd
Rabbi Philip Chaiton. Cantor Theo-
dora Mindich.
Prlda > 1:15 p.ra Pulpll Bueat, Rat
rienrwe E WiMier. psvMor "f Sew ML
iii\e Banttat Church. Brotharhood
Weak topic The T t thai Blnda
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HALLANOALE JEWISH CENTER
126 E. Hallandale Beach Blvd. Rev
Paul Oeutsch.
LUBAVITCHER MlNYAN. 800 Wash
ington Awe. Orthodox. Rabrii Abra
ham Korf. Cantor Ernest Field.
25
M4NVONAIRES SYNAGOOUE STS7
Bird Rd Modarn traditional. Max
W. Temchus-^fisoeejant. Cantor Louis
Cohen -
Kr' laj -; ..... SatfurdaVj I .i m
0HEV SHALOM, til Normancy Or
n'"'13o< Hanbi Phmeaa Weber
man.
s*a. i .i m Sermon The
'' m ni I i S i' m
SEPHARDC JEW Sh CENTER. 646
Coi'.na A,e Rev Cantor Saoi Uah
mias.
! ri i m Raturri
" n l lii~ K Ind
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SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE 18151 NI
1th Awe Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah
rjolm
III.I I 1". I. Ill >.
The I'omlni ol th^ Pkaalon Pl)
Mi and Mis DontUd r*u k.-i
Saturda) m Barmon "Moaes m.i
the Ooldan i*aif." Mlnrhn '. 4: p m
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TEMPLE AOATH YESHLIRUN Con
aerwatiwe 1025 NE 1F3rd St Miami
Gardens Rd. Rabbi Milton Schimsky
Cantor Maur.cc Neu.
:1S p.m. Barmon "Can Wt
.1 Triii- ltruth-i h.....I ..( M..11"
datur lai I IS a.m Bar Mltivah 1 t
M.irk. m .f Mr .11.1 Mr.- Ihtvlil
Smith Mini'h.i .". :t" pm
TEMPLE 2ION. 8000 Miller Rd. Con
aerwative. Rabbi Alfred Waaman.
. p in Si rin 1 -ii Prim i
!*la\t*r) and Modern rtarvtc* rai
will 1.. dedli 1 ted In the Ten 2lon
i.i.it under tin- 'jr. i.m '.I Mra Mai
I 1 I:;.- \lh/. 1I1 l.l- I .
' Mr .iinl Mr- Phi Ion II nit/
s.n ir la) I" x m llai \ii/rv 1 'i
sun < Mrs Krled iS.ivni.-
f Mr nml Mra M
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riFERETH ISRAEL
Ave Conservative
*S nick
1 > 111 S. rn 1
6500 N Miam
Rabbi Htnr-
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER v,
AMI. M0 NE I7IM St. Orthgjos.
Rabbi Sherwm Staubar
Pmcus Aloof
>>! 1.11 I p m. 1
11..11 iur Mi 1
[ 111
VOUNO ISRAEL OF MIAMI Sj| .
542-44 Washington Ave. Rabs
tali Porush
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
Our Causes Deserve*
Our Primary Interest
By RABBI SOLOMON SCHIFF
Bath El Congregation
After completion of the Sanctu
ary, Moses gives a thorough ac
counting of the gifts for the Sane
tuary For. according to the saga.
HEBREW ACADE-4Y
Dr Orthodox llabbi
Oross
Kn.l 11 : ;. in > -
1 11
2400 Pmetree
Alexander S
.1 111 M1
TEMPLE BETH AM
Dr.. So. Miami.
H*-bert Baumgard
Kyrr.
.1 vnn p.m. Samoa
Ajraon, Nobei l^ii- *V*lnnar."
TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLV
WOOD. 1J51 S. 14th Ava Reform
Rabbi Samuel Jaffa.
Prlda) ;. p.m Barmen "Some I'i-
lemm.ii- m M.ikins; Brotherhood Ri
Baturd i) !! :im Bar Mluvah David
piornas. son of Mr and Mra I .
B h -'lit n
TEMPLE BETH*RAPHAEL. 1546
Jefferson Ave Conservative. Onto-
Saul H. Breeh.
'.' I> 1 p.m ; .. ,k.
aim Ron B n irda 1
011 Mitsvah 1 '.hi ,1 Mr
Mrs I :. 1 :: 1 I \\ .
and causes are at Make, our so
my and deliberation is bejron
lief
Is this institution Decnsa
"Is it duplicating other r
tions""" Is there waste"" "At* the
Moses overheard people question-' cos,s of collec,ion ,0 h,'^h
list of questions goes on an
Where an institution doesn
victim to one question, it will fall
550 n. Kendaii m8 ,h* disposition of the gifts. To
Reform. Rabbi this, he replied, i promise that
Cantor Michael' ,_!_
upon comple-

Heiibra<
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oper.. Mi-
ami R .-I
C11 4p-
peiring hrrr fj
DR MAX LIPSCHITZ
ipintuul lej.ifT oi Beth Torah
C. RfregM m of \ .h Miaaaf
Beach.
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI 1201
Johnson St Conserv ltiwe Rabbi
Oawia Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly
1725 Monroe St. Conservative
11 Morton
SRAELITE IENTI.8 J175 SW 25th
St Conservative Rabbi Avrom L
Drazm Cantor William B. Nussen
sen
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JACOB C COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE '532 Washington Awe
Orthodox Rabbi Tibor H. Stern
Cantor Meyer Engel.
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KNESETH BETH TORAH 115 Ocean
Dr. Rabbi Meyer Lieberman.
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KNESETH ISRAEL 1416 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox Rabbi Davia Lehrfieid
Cantor Abraham Seif.
ind
u .. hi '.-u Sal u' -
.1.1 \ The Iti
- 1 p in -i Talmud
and Kthli-s -i 1 .. 1 1".. 1-
aeeed,
Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Er
nest Steiner.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM 4144 Chas.
Ave. Liberal Rabbi Leon Kromsn
Cantor David Conwiscr
T|MP~LE BETH "ov w:8 SW 8tn
St Conserwatiwe Rabbi Simon A.-ril
67 "
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TEMpl-E B'NAI SHOLOM 16BU0 N W
22nd Awe Conserwatiwe Cantor
Abraham Reiseman
tion of the Sanc-
tuary. I will
give a thorough
accounting o f
t h e disburse-
ment of all the
contributions."
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It seems con
tradictory that
in the construc-
tion of the gold-
en calf, the peo
pie did not ask
for an account-
ing, while in the .... ....
construction of **-'"
th.' Sanctuary, tht-\ did
The must plausible answer i-
'hat foi j golden calf tre jive with
out questioning For n Sanctuary,
e examine, deliberate, and
tion How much mone) is -.
dered on entertainment amuse
' and frivolities VVI
questions the cost or the v i
A TASTE OF HEBREW
absented by TNE TAMUTH FOUNDATION FOt THE ADVANCEMENT OF
HEBREW CULTURE ami the AMERICAN JEWISH PRESS ASSOCIATION
Mferj Dr. Shlomo Kodeth
A man begins to learn
Hatww
A woman beams to
learn Hebrew
A man speaks Hebrew
A woman speaka
Hebrew
I speak Hebrew
(mate)
I apeak Hebrew (fern )
Do you speak Hebrew?
M
Ooyoo afaak Hebrew?
(0
I'm baajjranini to
learn Hebrew (t)
Tikis H good. Vary
Ish maihil* lilmod
ivr'n
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Ishah malhila lilmod
ivrit
Ish m'daber Ivrit
\ s
Ishah ra'dabcrci ivrit
Anee m'daber Ivrk
Ance m'daberet ivrit
Ala m'daber isril?
At m'dabcrct ivrii?
nc^ 'rnra rt
fl^-iSp
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r.-.sy rnana nrn
1 v v ;
Tr^apis-To'nriiji
aVnee mathil'ah lilmod 1*^ nVrtJTJ *3*
M
aWi tee. To* m'od
.we vm Jt rtr
You beam >o speak
Hebrew today 1ml
You. loo. begin to
apeak Hebrew today

JoeetshibM
and Rietaa learns
That's Man: Very true.

Ala tnatbil hayom
I'daber ivrit
cln at maihiikh wn n^HrSo r\* u
hayom I'daber ivrit aja^yjja" ^-^ '
V -
Yoigf lomed VRivkah
kaowdet
Zeh aahon. Nahoa
mod
."teO ^55 .p3| MT
h is pronounced eh at m Cheoukah
YODR DKTKKSARY FOR TODAY---------
Speaks (f 1 Mdaberat mmo Man Ish eTK
Learnt (f) I .MTtedet trwff Woman Ishah ftVst
Tkua Zeh m You(m) Alah nrat
Also Cam u Yosj(0 At m
Trua Nahoa Tbj Beginner (0 Maihilah n^wvo
TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washing
ton Awe. Conservative. Rabbi Irwino
Lehrman Cantor Zvi Adler
I ... l.ife
I Bal .1 I ., ,:
Weekl) Portloi -h. fl
llruoi si
KapUn in 1. ., tn 1
. .
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF CHEATER MI-
AMI. 137 NE 19th St Reform. Rabbi
Joseph R. Narot.
Prlda m Kern
ham 1 ,., ,. ,.. ,
Ktmonhoff
Tf.MJ>LE ""RAEL OF MIRAMAR
3500 SW 69th Waw. Con.erwat.we
_ Rabbi Irwin Cutler.
Prlda) v 10 p m Baturd i.v a.r\
afltavah Rlrhard Murk, son
and M11. Meyer Etosrdanoff
TEMPLE JUDEA. MOO Oranada Blvd
Reform. Rabbi Morns Kipper
111.1.1 v ::. ,, in srrm..ti Hai
M Ked M.. aae
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TEMPLe MENORAM 630 7th at
Conservative Rabbi Mayer Abram-
ewita. Cantor Nico Feldman
Prlda) 1 p in Bermon The Brok-
en Tablets Saturda) .. m Sermon
Portion of the La a Qai Mluvah
Hal. .-..ii i.r irf |a Jai nbaon
TEMPLE NER TAMIO. SOth St. and
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi
tional. Rabbi Eugene LaboviU. Can-
tor Edward Klein.
Pri.|.,> ^ I', ,, ,1, It.,.. Mitisah Mania
Ellen, dauchter "f Mi un.i \ir> Na-
than Paaln Sniuntai If 1, ,,
Mim.ih Michael, .n ,.f Mr .,,|
Mra. Miirrit Wolkin.l
TEMPLE OH Ol'om Conaervativa.
S7SS W lath at.. Miami. Rabbi
Ralph O I 1 a in a n Cantor Mtn...n
Marchbein.
Pnda> 8:10 p.an ineK >lii,hat. h
M Mr ai.il Mrs Jules Qoldmark
QHaaeS apaakar, Mra l-hnceno Silver-
at.me at II id utaah Topli .1.-,. ,,,
Kari> IRjiclsIa Saturday 1:46 a m
TEMPLE Jwjlum 132 SW 11th Av.
Pompano Beach. Conservative. Rab-
Morns A. Shop. Cantor Leon
Prlda) ^ is n m serui..n *Waahl0aT-
t.in aiui H Jeartah Ptienda Hi, Pan
oua l-etter to .i-wiah Contrreaan
i.r..ilierh.Ht Motitli (ueeta I ,
Tedd). rathoUc prleet \h~- jane
stenti ProteaUnl ilia;.lam. PI
Atlauti. I nit .-n.it> Hit urda)
am Bermon "Torah Talk
TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH OAOE
18801 NE 22nd Ave. Reform Rabbi
Ralph P Kmgsley Cantor Chet Gale
" ; I P "' il Waah
iiiKtmi KiHl.nl, 8(4 Ni: IhTili st Rar
Mltavah I..,i|.l. .. ,.f Mr ,nd
Herbert Rotak)
TEMPLE TIPERETH JACOB. 9S1 E
4th Ave., Hlaleah. Conaervativa
Rabbi Maurice Klein.
Prlda) i ij p m [union "The
l.le v\ e Doa'l Know Saturda) > m.
TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zisisn Ava.
to another. If it does, by chanc-
survive all the hurdles, th.
will usually reflect the utmo--
austerity
W need to reexamine our \a
ut'^. and put things in proj>er (.
s|ective Such causes as the Con
b'ne which offer life -giving RUtenanci
In some fifty Mtal agencies locali^
and abroad, surely dear** our ful
est and must generoua auppori
Veahivaa religroua education, an
Other institutions of learning sun
ly men! our smcerest financi.
consideration
i.ei the Inconcruit) of the
ert eneral in" teach us a less
in proper values Lei ua realu
lew ish institutions and causi
iriea which arc
The> ire thi
for a \ ilirar.t J<
-m is to aurvivi
I-.in onl) be through the >h i
spirit wlii'. h these institutioi we
And yet, where sacred institutioi led and well I
ass. sawaajs)La>BwawawajBjB)BsaaBawawaawajBjBsa
IKcibbimcal television frrogretms
Feb. 26 Ch 10. il am. The Jewish Worship Hour"
Rabbi David Shapin remple Sinai Hollywood
Feb. 26. Ch 7. 10 am I'he Still Small \
Host Dr Mav a Lipschitz. Beth Tonih Cymgret^rrfttn
Guest; Rabbi Jonah Caplan, Sk) Lake Synagogue
Discussion 'Yeahiva Universit)
Feb. 28 Ch 2. 9 30 p.m., Man to Man'
ropic What s Your Question?"
Moderator Rev Luther C Pierce
Participants: Dr Joseph Narot, Temple |sla,.| of
Greater Miami. Kr Donald Connolly. Holy r'am
11] Catholic Church Bishop James L. Duncan
the Episcopal Church
SYNOPSIS OF THE TORAM PORTION Kl TISSA
When MM'beholds the people worshipping the golden calf
he shatters the Tables of Law
As soon as he saw the calf and the dancing Moses
anger waxed hot. and he cast the tables out of his hands (Exod
nKI T'A Thf chi,dren ,>f ll *ere counted and each
man over 20 years of ae contributed half a shekel as "ransom
Be/alel son of Ln. and Ohol.ab. son of Ahisamach. were appointed
to head the artisans who made the Tabernacle and .t/TLeU
Iites were warned not to violate, th*. siui.K.t.
God

The Israelites were warned not to violate the Sabbath day
rmGod *ave, Moses ,wo tM*** o( stone containing the Ten
Commandments written 'with the finger of God However, to
the impatien Israelites. Moses seemed to be tarrying too long
on the mountain. They made a golden calf, which Moses found
them worshipping. In his fury, he broke the two t.Wets of the Law
The .dolaters were killed by the members of the loyal tribe of
I r. TZ1 ETK '?"!"Jl! Israel despite their backsliding. He ascended Mount Sinai again
The wi r7L'Ved \neW Mt ( S,ne ,able,s Wh-" e descended,
hick ml i- f" faCe1Stnt for,h b*-- "d Moses put the veil
back^upon his face, until he went in to speak with Him .Kxod
eSJSSaJea- J'.f s.WP: "Th# Cr,phk Mi*^ ttM, JawM
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J. Robert Oppenheimer. the Amer-
ican Jewish physicist who was of-
ficially credited with being the
"father of the atomic bomb.'* died
at his home here Saturday night
at the age of 62 He had been ail-
ing since early last year with can
cer of the throat.
Or Oppenheimer received the
Presidential citation and a Medal
of Merit fur his role in the devel-
opment of the atomic bomb which,
in the words of the wartime Secre-
tary "I War. Henry l. Stimson,
w;i- "large!} due to his genius and
he inspiration and leadership he
has given to hit colleagues.'
In 1954. h was stripped o*
his security clearance by the
Atomic Energy Commission be-
cause of his alleged associaion
with Communists. The same
agency, however, nine years later
1. ROBERT OPPENHEIMER
Manhattan Project days
awarded Dr. Oppenheimer the
$50,000 Fermi award for "his
outstanding contributions to
theoretical physics nd his sci-
entific and administrative lead-
ership." President Johnson him-
self presented the award to Dr.
Oppenheimer.
Born in New York City, the son
of a textile merchant who emigrat
ed from Germany, Dr Oppen-
heimer in later life attributed hi'
active interest in social affairs to
"a continuing smoldering furj
about the treatment of Jews in
Germany." He later helped rescw
a number "f relatives trom the
Nazi holocaust, and bring them to
the lulled States He served as
professor of physics ;it the Insii
tute for Advanced Stud} ;il i'iiiici
tor since 1947
Dr Oppenheimer was actively
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Friday, February 24 ':j
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Man Who Was
Closest to Lincoln
JACK BENNY said any man who
'*' would walk five miles to return
ii boo k*rathcT" than pay a ten cent
j inc. like Abo Lincoln, la hi- type
| if man. but most people in thOM
ya put a higher evaluation on
looks Few people those dayi m
he pcairiea Ban any books except
he blue backed speller and the
iuo. a lot more than their religion from
the Bible.
Lincoln said four score and seven That's the
and Hebraic waj
The normal English waj is eight) seven The
moulded Lincoln- style Vou read a hook a
read H carefully and whether you know
most likely you don'1 even know it
change Vou begin to talk like what you read
i.mi Lin< his style from the Bible like
hi name Abraham
Carl Sandburg tells how Lincoln once held
little girl closely and then putting her down, said
to her "Now tell your mother you rested in Abra
ham's bosom."
Theologically, Abrahams bosom is the abode
ol bless in Heaven where the righteous dwell
Abraham loagjatri had some Jewish friend- like
Abraham Jona-^vho like Lincoln emigrated from
Kentucky to Illinois Jonas settled in Quincy, HI.
where he presided at one of the Lincoln-Douglas
debates which brought Lincoln into national prom-
inence
Bft'JJarr Simonhoff was right in his books
about the .It u in the Civil War in saying that the
WHO v'. a- pel haps closest to Lincoln W8J Dl
Isidor Eacbarie a chiropodist
Who can get closei to B person than his
chiropodist?
Overseas Newsletter:
By ELIAHU SALPETER
On Israel's Stage
Jerusali
yHE HIGH SEASON" is an allegoric
' drama dealing with the problem ol
between Jews and i.
after the holocaust "Black Mai Bui
den" is a middlebrow comedy making
fun of the relations between Israi
and Africans Yet, there is more in ci
mon between them than the mi it fad
nat Loth plays had their premieres in Tel Aviv during
the same week in mid-January
Both plays distant as they are from each other in
I and subject matter, represent an attempt by Israeli
authors to cope with some very involved race relations.
nut n is no coincidence that the one dealing with the
past i- a tragedy, the one with the present a comedy,
Aharon Ifeged is one ol Israel's seasoned playwrights
job. central character of his "High Season staged at
Habimah, is a foreignei in the land of I'/ fa Biblical name.
bolic of a distant country) We meet him 20 years
after the terrible I Iged) that befell him; his home and
vineyards have all been destroyed, hil sons killed in a
hit nre. leaving only ashes behind The family has re
covered, n bull the farm and today Job is again the most
prosperous farmer in the neighborhood and father of three
daughters
It is harvest time again, just a- it was 20 years ago
when the tragedy struck Two Investigators appear, telling
Job that evidence has turned up Identifying those re
iponsible for burning down the farm The man. whose big
companj is now marketing Job's vine, is none other than
the lornur owner ol the neighboring farm He got involved
in a sin.. during the investigation, one of
his long-time employees disclosed thai it waa this farmer
who out of envy, hatred and desire to evade huge debts
owed to Job set fire to his farm Job Is asked to testify
He refuses, unwilling to open up Old wounds, fearful of
reviving old hatreds and. moat of all. convinced that the
very fact of hi- being alive, having children again and
rebuilding hi.- faun is the best answer to whai happened
20 years before
However, as ihe play progresses, Job learns that the
Old hatreds against him. the alien, have al-o survived
undnninisbed. under the sin face To complicate matters,
Job also learns that hi- former enemy has secretly repaid
nis old debt- and this money was at least partly uistru
mental in rebuilding the burned farm and lost prosperity
Job's inner turmoil culminates when he is told that the
hired hands refuse to attend the harvest celebration pre-
pared for them in the farmhouse He decides to testify
against tho.-e who wrought upon him the tragedy 20
years ago.
However, it is too late The Investigators return and
tell him that the informer has retracted hi- charges and
all that remains now to be investigated Is the smuggling
charge. When Job refuses to testify in this matter, tin >
threaten to prosecute him. too. Meanwhile the tension on
the farm ^rows The drunken farmhands attack one of
his daughters and suddenly fire breaks out in the yard
Job and his family flee for their lives. The tragedy of
20 years earlier is repeating itself.
Joseph ("Tommy") 1-apid, author of "Black Man's
Burden," presented at the (hamber Theater, is a young
journalist and this is his first play
Capitol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIIDMAN
Clergy Takes a New Look at War
Washington
LjUNDREDS of rabbis who gath
ered here at the "mobilization
ol* clergy and faTmen concerned
about Viet Nam" left with grave
doubts of whether the war Ls mor-
ally consistent with Jewish relig-
ious precepts Many rabbis and lay
leaders decided that the time has
unlit' for congregations throughout the nation to
intensify discussion of the Viet Nam involvement
and seek peaea In concert with Americans of other
faiths
A considerable number of rabbis agreed with
non-Jewish clergymen that United states policies in
\ let Nam are leading to world disaster Rabbi
Albert Lewis, of Los Angeles, along with repre-
sentatives of the other two leading faiths, presented
a document to the White House, it said thai each
day we find our nations policy more difficult to
w :t h allei ..nit' to God
Speaking for the largest interfaith group of its
kind ever assembled, the paper termed the Amer
ican role in Vie! Nam abhorrent and immoral
The clergymen served notice that when asked for
counsel b> draft age men who cannot conscientiously
fighl in the war, we must support them in that
decision
A number of rabbis, ministers, and priests said
they had already told youths in their congregations
that one || not obligated (o kill lor an unjust cause
As We Were Saying:
But other clergymen felt they faced a dilerai
that could only be resolved through expanded d
CUsatolU Ol the war and more clarification by t
Administration They fell that members of
gogues and churches should examine whether "t
guilt is ours far more than we have the courage
admit
Special concern was voiced over escalation.
inconsistency between stated American goals ;,
their consequences, and the fact that the war
threatening domestic aims of alleviating DOVert
combating discrimination, extending education, ovi
coming disease, and replacing slum- Discrepa
between what the Government is telling the p.
and what is actually going on were cited as i
tributing toward the "anguish" of the clergymei
Notice was taken that the I i. ted Stale- resort
to chemical wart.....to destroy crops and vegctatu
burned villages and forcibly removed civilians
transports reminiscent "t World War Two, and
advertently killed and maimed non-combatants
untold numbei by the un i il i lassi i
lion bo,i
However, it was widel) conceded thai ''<
complex lha t simple mo al issue
: vei -ii- t \ il like the Ne In I if hts sti
Rabbis said thtv intended to develop an educal
ess In Ihcii i at ions without neeessai
taking sides It was disclosed that numerous rabl
have Ihcii pressured bj laymen on then boards
directors to refrain entire!) from reference to \
Nam in sermons
By ROBERT E. SEGAL
What the Birchiles are Planning
I EAFING THROUGH the plans and
musii ol the Birch world early this
i l came across two items which
n worth} oi comment: d) Edwin A
Walker, the Major General who resigned
h s coma ssion in i!>i to fight Coaj
raunism the Birch way. will be tl
thi God and Country Rally"
Boston early in July. 1967; and 12)
American Opinion, edited b) Robert Weieu iid- til
id vice to Orthodox Jews oa how to eschew
the liberal route in political and economic thought
ii was at ihe 1966 'God and Country'" Rally, a iwi
iug Fourth ol July place for Birch barl that Di i:
P Oliver bespattered the Jews This University oi Illinois
savant, who had earl) contended that it was a lie that
the Nazi- killed ti.UOU.OOO Jews, had been hailed by Mr
Welch a- .hi authentic genius of the first water and q
possibly the world's greatest scholar." lit fore all the re
turns were in from that poll. Dr Oliver had told the "God
and Country assemblage that, in his judgment, a Jewish
conspiracy was m pan responsible for the decaj of west
tin man Subsequently, the governing bod) Ol the Much
ety and Dr Oliver took separate paths
Earlier "God and Country'' rallies have attracted Joe
Ramp literature to the booths, have heard Rillic Jim
llargis tell what was wrong with the v mse and
have provided rostrums for Georgia's Lester Ifaddox,
John A Stoimer. and Dan Smoot
Now there come- ariding over the hill toward tha
7 rally former Gen Walker hailed thus "Our i
owes a debt ol gratitudi lo Gen Walker foi initial
Pro Blui pi i 'loop indoctrination Gen W
had seen whal happened in Korea when your \ x
nets were so confused bj anda and lack
mal trail thai ihej w i re not certs tl
American liberty wi to Communist
He was determined, hi rs declare, "to s*
the men in hi- command reallj understood Am
Freedom in a Christian Constitutional Republic
Gen Walk.: way all out for these
lives was according authorities to make
flammatory ai atory" statements about P
Trui Ii i on, when he uot his day before the S
Senate Prcpi mittei be implied thai Pti
ident Kennedy. President Eisenhower, Defense Secrets
Mi n Mr- Eleanor Roosevell were eithei lup
oi i advocates of a policy of "collusion an I co
laboration' with the Communists Before he resigm i h
commission, some held thai he bad been violating A
355 5. which prohibit- officers from publicly attackui
past or present government officials and Articles OS
134 of the Uniform Military Code which orohib Is ofl
from attempting to influence the way their troops v >ti
Not long ago. addressing Women for Const
Government in San Antonio, the General not only
CCOrdin lo one reliable report, that President .1
had tied behind 'hen backs the hands of our boys it
Nam. he also complained that Charles da Gaulle an
Tsetung had already disarmed Eui
Off the Record:
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
\s Dr. Finkelstein Sees it Today
[}R LOUIS FINKELSTEIN, of the
" Jewish Theological Seminary,
i- an impeccable -cholar and one
of the most perceptive observers
of the American Jewish scene
When I approached him some
months ago with a view to secur-
ing his outlook on a limited num-
ber of questions I submitted to
him. he was generous enough to go beyond my
stated purpose, and what evolved was a radiant
analysis ol tha American Jewish community in its
Striving for identity and position in a changing
eh libation
Some years ago. at the height of the Jewish
trend toward synagogue affiliation, there was great
optimism for burgeoning of Jewish religious life
m America As the affiliation curve began di tipping,
it was the turn of the pessimists to -peak up and
theirs was a dirge, a picture of decay.
Since Dr Finkelstein is a profoundly religious
man. my first effort naturally was to probe his
views n the religious outlook in the Ameucan
Jewish community. "It is obvious,"' he replied, that
there is a real Jewish religious revival occurring In
the t'nited State- [| js taking a different form than
any of u* had anticipated forty or fifty years ago.
But. Because we are not prophet- and because we
overlooked the fact that Judaism is an ancient tra
dition and has shown great n in different wa
none of us anticipated this revival in its pit-
. !. return to religion i* taking primarily l
form ol ai increased moral and social sensitivit
We do not identify this ;is a return to Judaism
-time oi the young people themselves fail to identit
their behaviour with a return to Judaism Th I
simply a difficulty arising OUl ol our lack oi t
munication
Pointing to the rapid rise of Jewish Day Scho
and to the lad that Jewish young people are lea
ing more about Judaism than the) ever did befol
Hi Finkelstein observed that "the fact that we da
not have enough rabbi- and teacher- to go around
i- not a reflection of failure' but meielv evidei.
of greater demand.
One of the most painful problems in Jewi-'
America today is undoubtedly the question of inte:
marriage, since it affects most of the young pen
who are of the very core of future Jewi-h lift
America Her* too Dr. Finkel-tem displayed much
hopelullness and a high degree of objectivity, lb
admitted the seriousness of the Mtatuion but placet
it in wider perspective, saying: "There are mo.
Jews in America today than there have ever be-a
before in history Therefore there are more Jews
being married and, because of the fact that there
are more Jews being married, there is also a larger
number of marriages out of the faith "
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the Jacob C Cohen
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Rub. boi H Sh rn, spiritual
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February 28
The Fighting Former City Attorney Who
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"Lower Insurance and Utility Rates 'Lower Milk
Prices 'Uniform Housing Codes *No Secret Meetings
TEMPLE BETH AM & BOARD MEMBER TEMPLE EMANUEL
EXECUTIVE OF THE WEIZMANN INSTITUTE
CO-CHAIRMAN OF THE DADE FAMILY OPERA
SOUTH FLORIDA COUNCIL. BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA
Dick's Mother, LILY STONE, is Regional Director of Mizrachi
Dick's Father, ALFRED STONE, is a Resident and Pioneer of Miami Beach since 1928.
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Friday. February 24 1967

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The Israel Bond Organization
Takes Pride in Paying Tribute to


David Ben-Gurion

Founder and First Prime Minister of the State of Israel

In Celebration of his 80th Birthday
Saturday Evening, March 4th at 7.15 P.M.
at the Fontainebleau Hotel

Musical Program
Jan Peerce
National Chairmen
lotlit H. ftoyar
Samuel Rotfcbe-g
Co4
Jacob M. Arvey
Morris W Berinsretn
Ira GuileW-i
Joseph J. S 1967 Israel Bond Inaugural Conference Committee
Barcelona Motel. Miami Beech JE 1-0771
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lying citation honoring Miami Mayor Robert King High
other principals in Tuesday niqht's NCCJ Brotherhood
: at the Fontainebleau Hotel chuired by Dan B. Ruskin.
n left to right) are John R. Ring, awards chairman. Sister
:othy. special awards recipient. Gabriel Heatter, Headlin
ward winner; Sidney D. Ansin and Joseph M Fitzgerald
- along with Mayor High of the Silver Medallions of
orhood. highest honor qiven by the National Conference
: .-.stians and Jews. More than 550 persons attended the
a-plate, black tie dinner.
fJureau Tells
Merger Of
Four Schools
toll in the s i Itl
H mi etinj Mar
plans for .1 possible
loi the coming school j eai.
to Ubert E Ossip pres
tie Buieau >>f Jewish t'du
ich is nut ial ing the mcr
if the schools
; : i \ iousl) discussed possible
at ion of thr united school, sel
ip ol i mint committee i>( tlit-
I a) ing schools, classifii ation
irricuhlffl with the assistance
f thi i ireau, and a school budget
participated in bj the merg
-i hoolc
n i ntatives i>( 'he schools
ded
lite i i nter, Rabbi Avrom L
I1: Seymour ft icicles ind
Drucker, co chairmen of
atlon ,ind Max Pamess, pres
Beth Solomon Congregation,
Miaron M Feier. David
[man president, Bol> Brown
u Hollander, and Benjamin
Beth El Congregation, Rab
Solomon Schiff, Hyman Chab
presidi nt Ben Bakin and Joe
i mple Zamora Rabbi Max-
Unslee Ferdie, pres
thur DeutM h, and Lester
v apii Bureau of Jewish Educa
ert E Ossip, presii
,,i exei utn i
MO(rff(> B. fKANK
Belli Jacob
To Celebrate
'',
Double Thar
Beth .I.Hot) Syi will oh
lervi its 38th anniversary, double
chai, ith .i gala and festive ban
quel on Sunday, n" p.m., at the
Deauville Hotel
Morris H Prank, president, \
erner, Morris Krevat and Phil
ip Ncmirovsky, vice presidents,
have announced that "special
tribute will be paid to a numbet
of pioneei i w '> > blazed the
left their -tamp on the spir
d numerical owtli ol
>h
Little six-year-old Cheryl Wise. 1967 Florida State Poster Child
of the Leukemia Society, meets State Sen. George L. Hollahan
Jr.. 1967 drive chairman for the State of Florida. March is
Leukemia Month statewide. Drive dates in Dade County are
Mai. 17 tc 24.
^Jewish Floridian
Miami. Florida. Friday, February 24, 1967
'
SRO at Brotherhood Dinner
Tlio degree of liberalism la
sometimes inversclj proportioned
to the distance from thr problem,"
the national executive director of
the Urban League told a record
setting audience Tuesdaj night at
the l">th annual Brotherhood Din-
ner of the National Conference of
Christiana and Jewa Florida Re
Rion.
Dr Whitney M Young .ii srx ah
ing at the Fontainebleau Hotel to
a black lie clad audience of 800
ho paid S100 a plat)
the \i CJ cause, said, "Integration
is .in opportunity I refuse to be
lieve America will penalize W per
cent (>f her Negroes because three
percent take part in riots '
Silver Medallions of Brother-
hood went to Miami Mayor Rob-
ert King High, Coral Gables at-
torney Joseph M. Fitzgerald and
Miami Beach television execu-
tive Sidnev D. Ansin as dinner
chairman Dan B. Ruskin moved
the program along at a rapid
and smooth pace.
John R Ring, filling in as
awarda chairman capably for the
late William C Gaither, also pre
sented special citations to com
mentator Gabriel Heatter and Sia
tor Dorothy, ttarrj College presi
denl Richard F Wolf son, NCCJ
co-chairman, presented Sister Dor
oth) the NCCJ special award, and
Sen Mai ry P. < ain, Ni '< i national
board member cited Heatter
Ruskin said the goal ol 175,000
for dinner proceeds i- "within
sight, and the traditional post-din
ner contributions should put us
ovei the top Mrs Robert '/.
Greene assisted Ruskin and Ring
in thi- awarda ceremonj Rabbi
I.con Kronish offered the invoca
tion a- Ansin, honorary vice presi
dent of Temple Beth Sholom, re
ceived recognition for his years of
community leadershin
Dr Irving Lehrman, of Temple
Emanu-EI, introduced Young, and
NCI i national hoard member
John N s. i bin outlini
NCCJ plans foi Florida I
Young pointed out that G'i'-
er Miami can become "one of
the golden cities of the nation"
if it moves ahead in the field
of integration. "It is now a mat-
ter of individual action. I* is
a matter of the neighbor next
door," the Urban League's cHief
executive asserted.
Young noted thai Ni groi
providing "full)
fight ing men m Viet Sa
tized Congn
civil rights a
celei ateu nat lonal lui ati i
mam on nun an re Ial
the Brothel hi
bj the NCCJ
He said extren i
the civil rights movemi
the Black Powei
popular in the Negro comm
and that such orgi
SNi i i..i\ e outlived thi ir us 'ful-
ness and put |
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special purchase,
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praanJaoi sad Rabbi Mac bail laongard
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Has **rn*& Dimont many Keneri.
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Jewish Ape**: lft yenacal public, n well as
PROMINOCT CHURCH CHOIRS PARTICIPATE
2 Major Inter faith Events
Held at Beth Am This Week
Two n-.a. -. Maria -. I
4 a* place i' Taaaatt Betfe
Am Ubs wee* Tempi* B*n Am
Stsierhoed pre-* fed ar.
w .- ? oe t .-<. | > T>
Caoan v area ekaTCSM
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Par- npatun vert
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Presostenan (.nurch kr*oiu
M*thodi-i hurch and St Thoma*
F.pw*>pal 'Tssireh
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of over a.-a
Than as sea--_ for ; 800 per-

Mandaj Feb 27 7 p m Beth
Brotherhood ar.
.nurrtaitn dinner Mer. i Clubs
from the FirV Rap'.-* IJBaTCh of
South Miami ard 'oral Gabl* Qbn-
tr*fjtal Charea bt .-jefa
Brotherhoo: tatar Michael
tad t.fc.e Back In ..- will
pre-*-r: th* prorrarr -.:' D .
Bom ia Helsinki f
rame to tla
in 1S30 During World War l! he
scr*. ed in the Intelligence lartion
(d th* Amencan Arm> in Fraac*
Belgium and Germans He ha-
tured on Jewish subject* map-;
ular >i* from etaaVla-aaaal a-
well as a' an academic leve.
has reeenUs returned from a
ture tour of Israel where he spofc"
at the Wetzmann Institute o( S
enee among other-.
TV' Greenfield Adult In*
lecture* are tor registered sti*
in the Tempie Israel *en*
m Saturdav morning Rabbi
Graff will continue with the adi.lt
sen* on The Mainstream of Ju-
daiajn followed b> a session in
the Eha> M Safctaerc Muu 1 :
brers
MAI >*0*T
Executive Club
Slates Speakers
t'lrni f |
>m ta
member* of the Executive
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t-or. Meeting at :he
K> -"..-.-ar-
Warner pot]
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Pols graph accorfl i: to
So>ir. BaacaMwa I jf> pi
Barr> Davidson off r* B)aaa th* reurtt) ^r\.c+ *as ilsi
aarnwr question*
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^and Everyday
Zionist Organization Will Honor Popick
Jack S. Popiek. Mumi Jei-h iaealiflcattaa .*h "be I-rael Bond tior.al sice presadent: and EDia Bond drive in 1951. tat ZOn
^a*er wkose work for iaracl ha program Goodman r.ationa! ZOA I*rae! i's memberxhip bav oeea m
woo national recoenitson will be Dr Max Nussbaum and Mor Bond chairman, will be iruest forefront of the ca-.pajrn ta
honored by the Zionist Organua timer Ma> past pr;d*rts of the speakers at th* breakfast Mill| port and expand th* < tson of America at a breakfast on ZOA; Rabbi Irsmr Laknaaa. na Since th* inception of the Israel selopment of Isr-..
Friday, Mar. 3, at the Fontaine- -
bleau Hotel
The tribute to Popick has been
arranged to coincide with the 1967
brael Bond inaugural conference
in order to gha Zloakstl from all
over the United State* an oppor
tunrty to demonslrat* their special
art)
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fd fair Director Nomew
Leon Cooper ha* been named
chain director of marketing of
Food Fair Stor<- t was an
nounced by Jack M Friadland,
president of the supermarket
chain.
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+Je*lsti fhrkiior
Paq 3-B
Beach Bar
Sets Slate
v .. annual Installation ban-
ntlj at the Deauville
ja) Dermer was installed i -
ol the Miami Beach Bar
n bj Circuit Judge Gi o
Schuh
of welcomi w ere exl nd
.-,, w Kogan, and the in
v :,s delivered by Dr In
irman
Fritz G rdon
. iter of cere ircull
Harold S| ai I made
to out| tn i offU ers I1
secretary; Murraj
: i nard
residenl
officers and
. installed bj Ju .
iidenl elect, Leoi
leii Firsl vice pit -i '
second i 11
Mini.i.. Goodman; secre
Martin Greenbaum; treaurer,
! S Smith. ;md historian.
Sweel
are fir-i class, n
-- Meek Robinette, Alan
second cla "- inlej
Norman K Schwarz, Rich
,\ u/aaserman; Hi lr
Spear, Arnold Schcr, Bei
handler; fourth class, Arthur
i m, Raphael K Yune*
Zukei nick
Idlet to Recall
Dr. Sevitsky
! hv Miami Ballet Company,
I Gold, classic mandoliiust,
i Rosalind Lang, concert violin
|- .,.- being presented in a con-
ii -. msored bj Miami I'1 ai h
s i ami Ait- League tin- Satur-
:l 815 p m ui the Miami Beat Ii
ll h Siliool Auditorium.
, Louis Hobermaa, president of
he 1<'auue. will act as mastei ol
hremonies Part of the perform-
i i t will ho dedicated to the mem
I the late Dr Fabien Sevlt-
a triti famous symphony eon
I i tor Boris M Graber is pro-
li am chairman
iin Miami Ballet Company will
[> the ballet-. "Pas de Qua
as staged b) Martha Mahr;
Spring." by Strauss and
aphed by Thomas kr
rhe Junior Miami Ballet Ci
i. \ inder the direction <>i Renec
t will perform Pastels *
f : bed bj Armour,
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ler Tamid Dinner
ind Bazaar Held
Mr- (.irlton Blake, president ol
i Sistei hood ol remple Nei Tam-
il hat announced that the annual
i aai and dinner took place in
.1 Sklar Aud toi ium ol Ser l amid
Sunday and Monday
l he i mmittee consist! d of Mrs
i M Si Mi Ida Dwork
I Resnick.
Women Accountants Meet
Miami Chapter of the American
Society of Women Accountants
held its monthly meeting Tuesdaj
fi:30 p.m., at the Columbus Hotel.
Guest speaker was Mr- Evelyn
B WLrehatu h assistant to the pres
Idenl of Miami Beach First N
al Brink
Jay Dermer is ccnqratulcted on his installation
as ; of the Miami Beach Bar Associ-
ation. Left to right are Judge J. Fritz Gordon.
Judge Georqe E. Schulz. Judge Harold Spaet,
Di. Irving Lehrman, Jay Dernier, and Zev W.
Kcqan.
Rabbi Visits
Fla. Universities
Rabbi Sol l ai dau, of Beth Da
vid Congregation, has been visit-
in-, members ol his temple who are
attending Florida state University
in Tallahassee
other -tops m Rabbi Landau's
itinerary for the program under
the auspices of the llillel Founda-
include Gainesville and Tam
Young Womens' Division of the Combined Jewish Appeal gath-
ers at the home of Mrs. Howard Scharlin for a Pacesetters
Division meeting. Samuel Haber (seated), assistant executive
vice chairman of the Joint Distribution Committee, addressed
the group. Joining Haber are Mrs. Moms Levitt. Pacesetters
Area chairman; Mrs. Lynn Krinzman. Pacesetters vice presi-
dent, and Mrs. Burton Levey, area chairman. Other YWD
chairmen not pictured aie Mrs. Ira Rothfield and Mrs. Myron
J. Singer.
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    Friday. February 24. 196?
    :seph Cohen, president of the Jewish National Fund Council
    Greater Miami, with the Purim Seudah committee planning
    ~ Sunday. Mar. 26 event. Stcndinq Heft to right are Mrs.
    Lusha Sam Schachno. Morris Yudewitz. Mrs. Wolf
    : -.klaire. Ph.lip Kraus. Abraham Fraidlin. Morris Sack, i
    legold, Maychie Fnedberc. Irving Schatzman Miriam Press
    U Weiss, Mrs. Samuel Scrk, Harry Feldman. Eva Blum. Ida
    \Vessel. Seated 'left to right > are Hyman Dubowy. Hvman
    Fligel, Bernard Silver. Morris Minov, Sam Kaaan. Benjamin
    Appel, Zev W. Koaan. Joseph Cohen, Jacob C. Fishman,
    Mordecai Yardem;, Julius Rosenstein. Johan L. Berman. S- rt
    ed (left to right, front row are Marion Yellm, Mr. and Mrs.
    Max ArJachiner. Irvinq Cohen, Mrs. Robert Garber. See story.
    Page 5-A.
    Farband Confab On
    Al Beach This W Vrk
    Beth Raphael
    Slates Concert
    I-mi'l.- Beth Raphael wHl
    -.i md annual concert or
    da1. Mar 19 arc<>rd:rt<; t
    ouncement thi-- week bj
    nt
    !-iled
    held at the temp!.' 1545
    Ave wil
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    Bahamas Premier
    Mn Louis li chsim
    of the Lamplighters" Com
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    For Crippled Tots
    I.ghteen members of the Greater Miami Labor Zionist move-
    ent were named "Life Honorees of Israel" at a dinner on
    lehali of Israel Bonds Monday niaht at the Fontainebleau
    ~ot*L Above, Abraham Jack Filosof. president of the Poale
    Z on Branch of Farband, and Mrs. Milton Green, president
    :: the Pioneer Women Council of Greater Miami, receive their
    ' lotions from the Hon. Zeev Boneh. Consul General of Israel
    loi Southeastern United States.
    A

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    H tadrut D
    Foil' it
    Sol Sti v -. ns-
    the
    cipal sp the
    Blsckatone fui I max
    -. sche I
    on Thurada) with a
    'in- Fontainebleau I'
    Israel Ambassador Michael Ar-
    non and Rifko Rai. the "My Fair
    Lady of Israel," were scheduled
    to participate in Thursday's din-
    ner session.
    Sundaj i araatnai i!i b*- chaired
    Michael Sostin. vice president
    of the Greater Miami [arsel Hivr.,
    drut Committee and cu-chaiimar.
    of the Histadrut Foundation pro
    ; gram hen
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    ' for tl
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    mid v. '
    Herbert S Shapiro, Man !
    the South FI r of the
    American Fi lends 01 tl < He
    University srlll speaV at Sui \y
    seminar He i- co-chairman, with
    Mr- Anna Brenner M -vers, of the
    Lawyers and accountants commit
    tee for the Greater Miami unit of
    the Histadrut Foundation
    Farband Helps Bonds With $277,500
    ION than 500 members of the
    I or Zionist Farband and Fioneer
    en attending a dinner at the
    F ntainebleau Hotel Monda> night
    | chased $277,500 in State of Is
    Bonds to kick off the com
    Ity'l 1901 Nrael Bond effort
    Tb< purchases were made in re
    M to an appeal by Rabbi Leon
    1 nish, chairman of the Greater
    n larsel Bond OrgsnizstJ
    Earlier. 18 member* of the Labor
    ist movement were hoi
    I their Wl-viCC to the
    :i its first 18 yean of
    I bj Hon-
    orees of Israel." Citations were
    presented to them by the Hon
    Zed Boneh. Consul General for
    the State of Israel in Southeastern
    United States.
    Program participants included
    Dr. Simon Wilensky, Dr. Isaac
    Unterman, Sam Feinstein, Jack
    Rifkin, Moe Levin, Joseph P.
    Zuckerman. Morris Newmark
    and Mrs. Milton Green.
    The Menorah of Statehood can-
    dlelightinfl ceremony wa- conduct
    d bj Di \.iron Kshsn executive
    director of the Greater Miami Is-
    rael Bond Organization
    Participants in the ceremony
    were Torch bearers Mr and
    Mrs Abraham Jack Filosof. pilot.
    Msyshie Friedberg, Mr and* Mn
    Ix>uis Rudnick. Mr and Mrs Mor
    ria New mark. Mr and Mrs Sam
    Feinstein. Mr and Mn Isidore
    I iebhober, I>r and Mn Isaac Un-
    terman, Mn Jacob Cosow Mr
    Mrs Maurice Four. Mr- Bertha
    Davidson Mr and Mrs Nathan
    Nash, Mi- Minnie Bawer, Mr and
    Mrs Uaac Rosenfeld, Mr anj Mn
    Max Hechl Mr and Mn Abraham
    Rovinsky Mis Ida Cooper. Mn
    Rose Marcus Mrs Dora Oftenh
    Jacob Rifkin and Mr and Mr-
    Donald Kaplan
    Recipients of the "Life Hororee
    of Israel awards included, for the
    Farband. Bernard Furman. Moe
    Levin, Samuel Galfond. Joseph P
    Zuckerman. Abraham Jack Filo
    sof. and Manuel Burstein; and. for
    the Pioneer Women. Mrs Milton
    Green, Mr- Joseph Lowy, Mn
    Joseph Knntz, Mrs Ida I iftman.
    Mr- Sonia Plotkin, Mrs Julius
    Rubinstein an.I Mr- I rllei
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    Mrs. Lynn Krinzman and Mrs. Stanley Gilbert are ocharmn
    I the "Bol du Prmtemps" Spring Ball committee of the
    Young Women's Division of the Combined Jewish Appeal set
    for Mai. 11 at Westview Country Club.
    Young Women's Spring
    Ball at Westview Club
    450 At
    'Fashion'
    Luncheon
    For CJA
    tashion" and "giving were 'lie
    key words .it the Fontainebleau li<>
    trl on Monday afternoon, when the
    Combined Jewish Appeal Women's
    Division had its annual Fashion
    plate t>7 luncheon for 450 contrib
    wlm hail donated a minimum
    of sum) to the liMiT Combined .lew
    ish Appeal
    llo-ti'-> and master <>i ceremon
    ies for the occasion was Mrs Jean
    c Lehman, Women Di> ision
    campaign chairman
    Mr- A Herbert Mathes, who
    (.we! a- program chairman for
    the luncheon, introduced Sen. Ab-
    raham Ribicoff, guest speaker
    Following Son Ribicoff's ad-
    dress, quests witnessed exclusive
    couturier fashions by Elizabeth
    Arden, Bahs. Sara Fredericks,
    Deborah Regal, Alicia Ruth. Saks
    Fifth Avenue and Martha's
    Mrs Peter Wolf, who served as
    show commentator, described the
    fashions which ran the uamut
    "ejewislh Floridian
    Friday, February 24, 1967 Paqe S-B
    : du Printemps th- annual
    ! I the Youni W omen's
    of the Combined, Jewish
    Appeal, has been scheduled foi
    \l..r. 11, at Westview
    trj I lull
    Mrs Robert Shapiro ,
    \ n Womei I Hvi
    h i ik am.on.'
    the Spri I
    . i.,- Mrs Si ; lej ..:! i
    ' i ;. nn K
    -urrentl} serving ..- vici pn -*
    ol the Division
    Iberl was a mi
    t the N WD board from ::*'
    rved a* a YWD
    : the Pacesetters Division
    last 5 ear's Con
    ,.. pa She i- i v ice
    president of Temple Beth Am Si-
    t.M hood and a hoard member of
    \viva Hadassah and the South Mi
    ami < haptei of RT
    Mrs Krinzman, who also served
    ,i- a YWD vice president ol the
    Pacesetters Dit \t\ in last yeai ai I
    was a boai d i in 1965 and
    i See' Oil -wierit Ol
    p| the N il lonal Coun
    cil ol Jewish u
    The Im itation .-' to the Spring
    Ball i- compiise ol th >se women
    nen Di\
    who hav< pledged i S50 minimum
    donat on to the '.:m;t Con I
    Jew i
    \ has
    r to I hi
    P in dinnei
    Sen. Abraham Ribicoff is joined by the three chairmen of : *
    Combined Jewish Appeal Women's Division. Mrs. A. L. Gli
    man, initial qifts chairman; Mrs. Jean C. Lehman, campc.
    chairman; and Mrs. Jack Ablin, honorary chairman.
    from luxurious lingerie to mini- "Fashionplate 5*7 Decora >
    skirts, to elegant gowns for formal were provided by Mrs Alex
    evening dress Mrs Jerry Blank son.
    was fashion coordinator. Members of the fashion -
    Luncheon coordinator was Mrs committee were Mrs V. K Bl
    Jack Kat/man Mr- Marry A Ya Mr- S I Halpenn, and Mrs
    gle was hostess of the day for hert Tenenhom
    r
    DRAB MASONRY BECOMES MODERN
    n
    j
    SABEL GROVE
    use -h< ha hur-
    ry to make her debut, Lisa Robin
    a< will be in n sidence for
    -eral months at Ml Sinai Hos
    where -he was born Feb. 5,
    riing an estimated 2 lbs.
    hi tat i an mince Anxi
    awaiting the addition of
    lhi ( rincess t>> their houst I
    ) Tilth Ter., are the tiny
    - parents. Bhonna and Ed
    *ard Pollack, and her two stal
    wart brothers, Michael Robert 5,
    and. his senior by 1 year and 2
    weeks, Jeffrey Steven Also
    standing in the wings with pink
    ruffled pinafores maternal grand
    her Daisy Lart, of Miami
    I. ach.
    *
    innocently carrying several
    led bridge chain from hii
    home at 480 NE 15th St for use
    jit the cocktail party being held
    at the home of his friends. Mr
    and Mrs Charles Weissman, of
    NE 147th St Irving 1 Cohen
    didn't realize for several mo
    ments that the blast of Happy
    Birthdays" which greeted his ar
    ri\al at the festivities were di-
    ractad at him The gaj affair
    in honoi ol his half centurj mill
    -t me hosti d bj ife Zelda. in a
    fashionable taupe knit suit, and
    the couple four sons, Myron,
    Gary, Norman and Benett
    Among the ::.") guests at the Feb
    il affair which had decor of gold
    and white, were Pennsylvanians
    Mr and Mrs Ben Hafetz, ol
    WilkesBarre
    The Wed arpel Dining Room
    at the Harbour House was the
    setting for a recent surprise
    birthday party given by Mi and
    Mrs Victor Levin foi Mrs Mur-
    ray Shore The Levins are
    residents of Harbour House
    North Mr- Shore, also of
    Harbour Hou-e. ia president of
    the Harbour House Chapter of
    the Hope School

    They met at the V Aral
    now two members of the (iolden
    V e Friendship Club are happily
    announcing their forthcoming
    marriage Mr- Ellen G
    and Jack 1 Calchman will ex
    change nuptials vows on Sunda>
    Mar 5. and as a sentimental ges-
    Continued on Pag* 10 B
    MRS. NORMAN HOLLAND
    Leader Will
    Be Cited Here
    Murraj \ Shaw president
    Nil ram id announced tin-
    week that in conjunction with the
    ninth anniversary banquet the
    temple will honor Mi- .Norman
    Holland
    In preceding years, the award
    has been he-towed upon Danny
    Thomas for his efforts on behalf
    of the St Jude Hopital, and Mrs
    Jeanne Damon Scaglione, for her
    effort to save Jewish lives during
    the Nazi holocaust
    Mrs Holland l- well known in
    the Miami area for her effort- on
    behalf of the Hope School for Men
    tally Retarded Children and Adults
    ol which she .- executive director
    Originally from New York Mrs
    Holland attended New York t m
    versity, from which she graduated
    m ith a bs de pree
    Some of the other organizations
    in winch she participates are life
    member ol Fight foi Sight, De
    borah, III Sinai Auxiliary, cancer
    and many committees dealing
    with the retarded In the Stab
    Florida.
    She i- regional coordinator of
    the Division oi Mental Retardation
    and has al-n received the Out-
    standing Citizen's Award ot Dade
    County.
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    when Connii Sti fens I to Miami
    xith her fiance. Eddie PUher, who was
    51 had
    her what i delightful person hi- Connie is
    : Jennie. "He Is i She la jn
    I adorabi. I That night in the
    c-111 e songs to < nnie
    SHE GETS NO INSIGHT INTO
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    Bei rtlieb thought that when her son,
    went tn Wash D.C., last Januaiy
    would know ail
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    ITS A BOY
    if Grandpa and Grandma Ben Zion and H
    Ginsburg are delirious about their fir>t grands i
    think what i- happening up in Fan Haven, N .)
    That > where daughter Barbara lives with her
    husband, .lack Ko-oit who i- rabbi of B'nai l
    of Greater Kedbank Joahua Samuel i- the new
    arrival- name Hi- listen are Banana and .\\i\a
    DEAR JENNIE SEITLIN
    Jennie had a -eriou- operation, but -he
    bounci'd back into circulation with all of her
    high spirits Just in time lor the CJA campaign
    t of her fni nd< had a Glad You are Better.
    Jennie" luncheon for her at the Roval Hungarian
    It wasnt planned for SO many, but people ju-t
    kept coming and coming It wa- -<> exciting with
    everyone talking about Jennie and giving dona
    tions to the Child Rescue Fund of Pioneer Women,
    which i> Jennie- favorite Among gueata weie
    her two daughters-in-law. wives of Dr. David
    and Dr Jack Settlin. Ml M Wax man. Mrs Abra-
    ham Seltzer, Mrs Sarah .^hai>of!. Dr. and Mrs
    l-aac Unterman, Mrs Isaac Pushkin, Mrs Fred
    dler, Mayshie i- Dora Offenbenden,
    Mrs i "-car Zeltzer and the pride of the Pi
    Women, prettj blonde Harriet 'Mi- MiltoniGreen
    THE ODD COUPLE
    The odd couple were on the stage at the
    Coconut Grove P but the couple- m the
    audience weir t odd They were just conventional
    toik- out for an evening of theatei and fun
    itted in the well packed theater were I>i
    Mrs Lewis Glueckauf, Mrs Victor Reiter and
    Jinuny, Mr and Mrs Harry Lewie, Mr and
    Mrs Mom- Mr and Mis Robert Gross-
    man, Mr and Mrs Alan Herron. Mr- A Waxen
    I Mr and Mrs Martin Smith Bets) Sley, Dr
    and Mrs Startle) Wj Mr and Mrs Mainin
    Brow n and Mi ai d Mi Hi nrj Moi rii
    PUT THE COFFEE ON
    Susie Hi her daughtei and
    in-law, i; -d Charli ibson it was
    her birthday. 11 d supposed!) she got a call I
    < hieago from another daughter. Marion Rail
    "Happy birthday, Mama, said Marian Put the
    coffee on in. coming down Ten minute- later,
    the doorbell rang, and there was Marion She
    waited until -he reached Miami to call.
    THREE ACES
    The guests who each had an ace took home
    the centerpieces at the luncheon at Westview
    i ountry Club that Mr- Alex Man-on gave for
    Mrs .lack Sarnofi, wh> just came visiting front
    New York City. The flowers were dreamy all
    pink satin bow- and delightfully fragrant pink
    hyacinths Fir-t the champagne carl wa- passed
    After lunch, card- were the order of the after
    noon Among guests were Mr- Ferd Meyer. Mrs
    a i. uiickman. Mi- Maurice Zimmerman, Mrs
    Jack Ablin. Mrs Henry Williams, Mrs I-eonard
    Wein, Mrs Leonard Abess Mrs Samuel Halperin,
    and Mr- Max Orovit/
    F ranees Lehman
    3 AJCong. Units Plan Programs For Thursday
    In honor of Jewish Music Month
    -pear, dramatic soprano,
    Was '" Off < v ,,i led tin
    -!i music at a luncheon n
    i : the Louis u ise Chai
    v i., an Jewish I on
    Phut iday 11 15 < m at I
    nan- Hot- i
    Mrs is \ ice p
    dent Mem
    lent I- Ml -
    \ in American J<
    es on church itati
    Mrs
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    Daniel Lessofl and Mi Paul Pom
    Neo-Nazism in West German)
    What is the Danger?" was to be
    the topic discussed by Hendnk .1.
    nd public relations
    or of the Economic Oppor
    tunit) Program, Inc., at an open
    North Dade Elea
    nor Roosevelt < hapter. on Thurs-
    da) h 30 p m at the Ni w \ i tor)
    Park Civic (enter \F 1701 I St
    and ME 19th Ave, No Miami
    ii h.
    Mr- Abraham \ enstei
    president ol the
    to el,
    Mrs Jeannetl lent,
    noui ces that Bi
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    Honor Students
    i n and Edwii i' law hter
    : I I : V
    of Mia
    ;."). atti nds Coral i
    , the entire sent
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    , be ent<
    i ird Future Scientists of
    ih.i Paasjnsn.
    she i- the top student in her
    l.vn has modeled
    or a local depart
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    in ih has completed the
    r at the Ctiivci-iH of
    Miami He la on the Dean l ist
    n the Honor- Pro
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    Iwin ha- l.een an honor
    itudi I h hi- school
    He i- working Inward I
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    Smile and M Haopy
    AGAIN ELECT
    LEO FURLONG
    LEGISLATOR
    DISTRICT 111 LEVER 44C
    Jennie Grossinger is honored for her leadership in beru I
    Israel Bonds at a luncheon at the Fontainebleau Hotel,
    she receives the Eleanor Roosevelt Award of the Israel
    Organization from Mr.-. Avraham Harman 'center', w
    Israel's Ambassador to the U.S.. and Mrs. Jan Peerce i
    national chcirrran of the Women's Division of the Israel Bo:, i
    campaign. The luncheon in tribute to Mrs. Grossinaer sic:
    the opening of a concentrated program of women's acth
    in preparation for the 1967 inaugural conference oi Israi
    Bonds next weekend, where David Ben-Gunon will be
    of honor.
    Children's Clinic Adds 2 Members
    j v,, e president was to wel-
    come newlv enrolled GoMcri Build
    r godmothers who will be hon
    ored a1 tin Golden BuJMer's
    luncheon on Sinnl.iv. Mar L'ri at
    the Dor..! Beach Starlight Roof
    Theodore Bihel, world f.imou- r.i
    djo, mo\ i< telev ision and tie
    will be gui -t speaki r
    Beth Am Institute
    Concludes Tues.
    Temple Beth Am will
    -I i< '. I'm
    AI 8 p.m Herbert M
    Haum aid v
    l' >phy."
    will be Wh> l-i Child I
    Two new appointments have
    been made to the advisory com
    mittee of the Elk's South Florida
    Crippled Children's Clinic Hardy
    Baruch, of the South Miami Lodge
    and .John Elsesser, of the \oiih
    Miami I odge join committee mem
    Marvin Kimmel, William
    Shayne, J. L Plummer, .ii and
    Dr Alexander Kushner
    The clinic i- held the first and
    third Tuesdav of every month at
    1 p m in the Miami Elks l i
    403 Brickell Ave It i- open to
    children between 1 and 16 years
    oi age Fit meet in.
    the medical and financial
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    Ml Sinai Hospital ai d thi H
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    Friday. February 24
    jf-ranccs ,-L~c/i
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    WOMAN OF THE WEEK
    Hial .. '.<< ai figure belong to Jill Arkin.
    Jill who i- Mrs Startle) Arkin, i> typical of the voung
    .,> who will never be known as the lost gen-
    eration She manages to run a big house, bring up three
    children, i* always available for any social, business or
    communit} affair that her husband wishes to attend, find*
    time for community activities of
    her own. as well as her hobble-,
    and has a part time fun job
    .'ill was born late in life to her
    mother in Newark. N .1 Since her
    mother was 111, she took over the
    job as mothers little helper Al-
    ways on the move because of the
    health situation ithe shore in sum-
    mer Miami Beach in winter). Jill
    was a husv little one.
    I ovinn children, she delighted
    to play at babysitting Even as a
    child, she began a hobby that bat
    been of intense interest to her all
    her life cooking At the a:
    \2. she supnsed the family by
    roast Slicing her finger, as well as the roast.
    entailed an operation Her father said that was the most
    expensive meal the) ever had Jill came to Miami Beach
    to staj with her older sister and to escape a northern allrri;>
    Later, her parents and brother moved to Miami Beach,
    too Her role in school centered around dramatics She at
    tended Miami Beach High School, where she met Stanley
    in her senior year Then she went on to the University of
    Miami, wheie she needs about a year and a half of addi-
    tional credits to get her decree The Arkins thouuht Stan-
    lev robbed the cradle, but for a child bride Jill turned
    into the perfect wife They have three boys. Bradley, Rob
    ert and Gregory, and a girl dog. Schutzie Von Arkin
    Jill has always been involved in interesting events, but
    before all else, she is a mother. She is alwavs home to
    et the children after school She was corresponding
    I Islands Division of National Council of Jewish
    Women an active participant in the Temple Beth Sholom
    Thespians on the board of Central Beach PTA. active in
    the Young Women's Division of Combined Jewish Appeal
    and chairman for the coll* for the Island for the
    American Cancer Societ) Ever] Thursday she and Carole
    Hartley, with their kids, gather in the kitchen to assemble
    then column. "Food for Thought." in the Miami Beach Sun.
    With the children eatina and Commenting, the baby CTyll
    and the dog barking the) test the recipes, and all have
    a great time
    Jill is also on the radio in spots about food. This is
    taped once .. month When her littlest one heard her for
    the fiist tune on radio, he clapped his hands and shouted.
    Mama, how did you get inside the radio"' The man of the
    house ha- an exciting hobby, too When you see that I
    -witch with his name on it sitting on railroad ties in a
    place of honor given to Stanley by the Florida Railroad.
    you know that behind the lpcked door is set up a model
    railroad track consisting of fifty trains, scenery and all
    the accessories Jill just finished repainting the tracks
    and putting together a Station The children aK,, are <
    with their hands, have then own tools, a shelf to put them
    adroit at building from kits
    Theater concerts, golf with Stanley and bicycle i iding
    with the neighbors after the children are tucked into bed,
    entertaining and going OUl these are her activities When
    Jill entertains at dinner, she likes u to be small, either
    formal or informal, but sit down She prefers to carry out
    theme French, football Valentine with
    Olirmet food An early start In the morning
    i- th.- only wav to pack so many activities three kids ,,nd
    a hushai.d into Jill's exciting w av of life
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    JE 8-0204
    Miss Mitchell,
    Philip Brandon
    Wed in Temple
    Cynthia Diane Mitchell and
    Philip S Brandon were married
    Sunday. Feb 19, in Beth Torah
    lion.
    The bride is the daughter of Mr.
    and Mrs Paul Mitchell. KM1 \W
    197th Ter She is a graduate of
    Miami Norland Senior High and is
    an alumna of Sigma Alpha Beta
    Sorority.
    The bridegroom is the son of Mr
    and Mrs Melbourne S Brandon.
    17938 N K 9th PI A graduate of
    North Miami High, he attended
    Miami Dade Junior College and
    Qeon a Tech He is a member of
    he Florida National Guard.
    New Mrs Brandon had Mrs
    Gar) Edwards as matron of honor.
    Bridesmaids were Sandi Wolf, Pat-
    v Harris afarylyn Brandon and
    Kita Haber.
    The bridegroom was attended
    by Paul Glaskin. best man Mar
    in Borenstein Jerry Rosenthal.
    David Mitchell and Garj Edwards
    vere groomsmen
    After a cruise to Nassau, they
    v 111 live in No Miami Beach
    VV. I
    mns mvAH sjitH
    Mrs. Warner To
    Wed Columnist
    Hal Bergida
    ! isica w ami i
    be married
    nony conducted b) '
    met Ed* ird P. Sws
    11. at Miami S
    Villa-
    Mrs Warner la the dan
    " lati Mr and Mis
    Rev nolds. of \i [ami Hei I
    i ridegroom is 'hi- son of tj
    U il: I and Mr- D
    Bergida oi Miami
    Mr Bergida Is the dail) p
    : travel edit >r
    Miami Hi v ;ew His bridi
    ,' court i' :
    I Court Re|
    A reception In honor
    pic will bt given on Ma: ;.'
    home of Mr and Mrs Jol
    M. PHIl/P S. BRANDON
    Tikvah Stern,
    Simcha Lyons
    Plan Fall Nuptials
    RalSi and Mrs Tihor II Stern
    of Miami Beach announce the en
    .am men! of their daughter, Tik
    \ah to Simcha G Lyons -on of
    Rabbi and Mrs Maurice Lyons, of
    St Louis, Mo
    The bride-elect .- graduate of
    he Hebrew Academy of Greati r
    Miami she graduated from Miami
    Beach High School, where the t
    .ed as treasurer of the student
    bod) and was chosen Princess of
    Miami Beach High She is pres-
    ent!) a freshman at Stern College
    for Women of the Ycslnva I'tu-
    versit) Of New York
    The Stern familv has lued in
    Miami Beach for the last 12 years
    Rabbi Stern, spiritual leader of
    the Jacob C Cohen Communit)
    Synagogue is a nationally r
    Dized author and s( > md i-
    active in national
    | ; ,
    grand]
    Mr v il
    nil
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    St l Hebrew Th<
    md is pr,
    y atl Bernard B
    I ol Business at fit) Co
    in New York ai the Al|
    School ol Higher Learning
    His fat
    vath Zachara) J
    the Hebrew
    lew i-h E
    ion and St. Louis Ri Col
    I
    : oom s i ents
    are Mr and Mn
    th- Raskas Da i Co Mr Raskaa
    U an h el ol the Go>
    Mis
    souri He i- I hon
    rary pri tew He
    br W \< adetnv ot St LOUII
    JHA Auxiliary
    Sponsors Party
    Mmithlv birthday part'.
    cd b) the Greater Miami v\
    \ii\;har>. Jewish Home
    \ ;ed via- held Sunday, j 4"
    at Douglas Gardens
    Mrs Lawrence Silvermai
    ihaiv president, gave the n -
    of welt Mi Sol Silvern -
    Auxiliary life honorar) pre?
    paid honor to Mrs Sa
    of the Imperial House, -l
    the party, as she ha
    .1,11 Mrs Rosl and hei lal
    : Samuel, were icti\<
    1 in philanthropic
    ions in this .
    vi a! -
    Mr- Louis Makovsk)
    chairman introduced tl
    Blue Musical iTiO
    Dinner Musicale
    For League Donor
    Miami Beach < hapter W
    Lie for Israel, has slatr
    I anniversary donor d
    foi rhui la) Feb 29 8 p.n
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    Lee, to Barrj Paul Epstein
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    pETH Sboi Festival <>( the
    * \. presented violinist Joan
    and ace impanj Ing p anisl
    Michi < Let ii on Sundaj in the
    tempi) twilight concert series
    Th series is under the guid
    Mi Daud Drucker, who
    wore midnight blue velvet fea
    the high yoke line and
    youth ll silhouette with lonu
    sleeve: Mrs Herman Rosenbaum
    Mas a i i' I and white kmt en
    Sej mour Silvennan,
    troduced the artists, wore
    a ribbon knit ensemble
    W'hi id II ide Powder blue
    Ined in the after
    knit lira Milton
    hose
    aaR5 Carrie Rosen was in a
    " ; rcelam blue silk dynast)
    suit Mr- Trudy Ham
    Mas in an orient
    ade The oriental Influence
    - i seen in the full skirted
    I nd matching stole worn by
    Mrs lorence Pick Mrs Burton
    Dine also chose a print, hut
    her- H Hi a -oft blue peau
    stole Mrs. Barnetl Bree
    -kin BOM husband is conductor
    Miai i Beach Symphony
    Orchi tra ch ae a shell pink
    ino\..-hi'l nen which was iced
    uith white satin around the col
    i
    Chi ipagne and black was the
    rombinati in in the diamond
    KOV4 knit w in by Mi- Boris
    DuPoi I Paul Mrs .lack M Kink
    i touch of color to her
    .heei l ensemble with
    if on at the neck
    line Mrs Emil Could i beige and
    white matellase was a two-piece
    cocktail ensemble Miss Dannj
    Phillips chose an orange kmt
    with a deep yoke and long fitted
    sleeves

    |u|RS. Harrj Wolk's royal blue
    "* silk crepe had a softly draped
    bateau neckline and a pleated
    -km A shocking pink silk shan-
    tung was worn b) Mrs Revna
    Youngerman Mr- Nan Cohen's
    Renoii inspired floral print com
    bmed the same print in inns
    gaahel and chiffon
    Mrs Rnheit Swedroe was in a
    tWO-piece white wool knit Her
    double breasted jacket featured
    navy blue lapels and was m I
    modifii'd cutawa) silhouette Mrs
    David Pome- apple green -ilk
    suit had apple green and yellow
    striped lapels and a blouse to
    match Mi- Yvette Morgan's hat
    matched her ice blue matellase
    suit
    Mrs Laiar Zapnik. a newcomer
    to our area from Brazil, wore i
    navy silk -heath with a matching
    coat A mellon colored raw silk
    two piece en-emble wa- worn by
    Mrs Man in Marx Mr- .lack Ger
    shon Cohen chose I beige linen
    with embroidered florals in rose
    and gold An ice pink silk with a
    blouton bodice wa- worn by Mrs
    Samuel Kahn An Italian white
    -ilk linen wa- Mr- Aaron Fair's
    choice Her matching navy and
    white check jacket wa- hip-
    length
    Fall Nursery Registration Now
    i registration Eoi
    i- now In progress at the
    \ \| .,: | uii il Greater Miami,
    ed Jeannette H
    i Early Child
    at the "V"
    ,,i ) are filled so
    , arent *ere urged to initi
    jistration as soon
    ile
    I;.-. :;.!> II taking place Bl
    \ -, hools B500 SW
    ;i NE 4th A\e
    tempi .... interim facilities of the
    ii: '- 'i
    , u \ui \ Early child
    el m< program seeks
    I i d< ip iitive .lew i-h atTi
    Boxing Exhibition
    For Men Only
    Emp e St Club of Floi Ida
    h.-l i leel Mien on Thurs
    das nin 1 the Surfslde com
    munitv Cente
    Enti tain committee ar
    rang* d for sei ies of boxin
    hibitn bj profeaaionala supei
    via (i Dai i into former boxer.
    Which ncluded an exhibition by
    Tom (!..' i he Strong Man
    from istralia who once fought
    Jack I mpse) i the world heavy
    weight championship.
    Dreamboat Trip
    Is Joint Venture
    The Miami-liable- Zionist District
    and Naomi (iroup of Hadassah
    joined ;orces for an evening on the
    Charter Cruise steamer "Dream
    boat' :rom Bat. front Yacht basin
    on Saturday at 8:15 p.m.
    Sigl seeil g, dancing, entertain
    ment. and a in ick supper were in-
    cluded in the festivities
    Ticket! were handled by Max
    Parm. Mrs Herman Centner, and
    Mrs Morris Simon.
    mile- by providing the child with
    enriched on going Jewish experi-
    . i ces, Miss Schwartz declared
    "Raisinf young children is i -
    tially the job ol parent- and of
    the home but 'hi- does not mean
    that the home mu-t do this import
    ant job alone The good home is
    often the one which seeks out e*
    ei> community resource to help
    satisfy then- children- needs
    The pre school experience i- an
    educational supplement to the
    home, making possible these ex
    periences which promote social,
    physical, emotional and Intel lee
    tual development and counting
    gains in each oi these areas as
    acting and equallj in
    ant
    Miss Schwartz said that the
    "formative year- are vitally mi
    portent In developii security in
    children When the early years
    provide experiences which are
    i arable and meaningful, and
    which develop positive attitudes
    and habits, the potential for well
    integrated adult Jewish life ll
    greatlj increased
    At the VM and WHA these ex
    periencei are provided in a Jewish
    environment by well qualified
    teacher- who are sensitive!) train-
    ed to tran-mil a-pect- of our Jew
    ish culture on a pre school level
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    Mrs Georgi M Sisi 1
    ll bj 'i
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    home of Mrs.
    14720 SW 8 oi Thursday,
    i i
    Internationally-renowned violinict Joan Field was heard in the
    Beth Sholom Festival of the Arts on Sunday at the temple.
    Miss Field played works by Vitali-Chcrlier, Spohr (which she
    recorded for Teleiunken\ Frank and Saint-Saens. She was
    accompanied by Michele Levin at the piano. The festival also
    opened a one-man photographic exhibit featurina woiks by
    Jacques Wolfe. Next concert in the series will offer cellist Ingus
    Naruns on Apr. 16.
    Zionists to Dance At Annual Affair
    Greater Miami Districl of the
    Zionisl Organization of America
    will be hosts at an annual -nppi r
    dance on Satnrda> evening in the
    wesl ballroom of the Fontaine
    Mean Motel
    Dancing will start at 8 p.m to
    the music of Irving Pietrach n
    his orchestra and will continue
    until midnight. Flora Pastel, vn-
    i alist, ha- arranged a special mu
    sical program to !> presented d'ir
    ing the entertainment
    Tho evening's program will be
    highlighted by a short message
    frcm Dr. Irving Lehrman, of
    Temple Emanu-EI, national vice
    president of the Zionist Organi-
    sation of America, a member of
    :,ie board of governors of the
    Southeast Region and for many
    years a member of the Miami
    Beach Zionist District board of
    director*.
    Rabbi David Shapiro, of Holly-
    . nl <>: the Southeast
    in o; the Zionisl Or, anil
    ..! America and a vice president
    u( the Broward Zionist District, .<
    well as a m< ir.ber oi the National
    cutive Council of the ZOA, will
    bring greetii s fiom the national
    nization
    \ listing Ben Ciller, who is tin
    chairman of the ZOA President's
    Dermers Host Teacher Group
    Hebrew Teachers Association of
    Great) Miami scheduled a meet
    ing last wei k at the home oi Mr
    and Mrs Jaj Dermer
    Council, on this special social com-
    mittei are Abraham A Gruuhut,
    Facob C Fislunan Cantor Saul
    Breeh Isaac Donen, 51 Ine Raj
    i. Morn- Minov. Joseph Alter.
    Hyman Fliegel, Joseph il Cohen.
    Max Parness, Sam Perrj. Ezi i
    gold, Albert F Ossip, Julius
    i Rosenstein, Greta Shubow Fred
    Haas Morris Simon, M irtimer
    Maj Andre Bialolenki, William
    n. Herman Frank .
    k Dr Herman Ausubel, Dr
    Sigmund Fogler, lr\ n i >\. nhorn
    D,.\ id Harris, and Morn- Kn.-tal
    Cherry Blossom
    Fashion Show
    For Sisterhood
    Si pie Or i i
    held 1 ''! i
    show luncheon V\'ednesda\
    the Fonta : Hotel
    Fashions were bj Parsons, ha r
    styles 1^ V'incenl and Anthony,
    musical ent i>\ Mrs
    John Hufl ai ation bj
    Law rence W ulkan.
    Chairing the affair wa- Mrs
    Richard Behren Model coordinat
    or- were Mr- Chick Goodman art
    Mrs Man in Ekx hi i r Con miti
    included Mesdai Phil Zelman,
    Jerrj Abramowitz, Mai tin Hirsch,
    Alan Kurzweil, Fl> Kaufman Ralph
    Fi.-tel. Herbert Seltman and Sara
    Ra.l
    Ways and means vice president
    is Mi s. Li Kaplan
    Mrs Vibert Solo S sterho i
    lent ..
    - spii il : the co i<
    gregatioi
    At a meeting o! Miami Beach Chcpter of Women's Division d'
    Techr.-.on, are Mrs. Nan Cohen, proem m chairman. Hendr:.<
    I. Berns, speaker and Mrs. Milton Sirkin, president.
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    4-o s\v 34th Ave .
    I'orl Philadelphia
    :ul Tia- been a w u
    lire, the ceremony will Ik- held
    it the V Mri Green, of
    430 5 W 34th Ave came to Miami
    18 years ago,
    idow since 1957
    She ha* been active in many
    I uani/atuui- m the aiea includ-
    ing the Miami Beach Faith ("ha|>-
    it hi the Eastern star Calch
    nan. o| 3000 S\V 60th Ave. a
    wer for manj years, was born
    n Glasgow, Scotland, but came
    0 the United States as a \oung
    nan He a> in the aporta
    ear industrj in New York until
    when ha retired and cam
    u' in sunn) Miami lie la
    ice president of the Golden
    iieiMlship Club, and Master
    ktaaon in the Coconut Grove
    idge An ardent golfer, ho
    ,u'> lessons in the sport to other
    ir citizens at the "Y" .
    'or their honeymoon, Calchman
    his bride "ill join other
    ben 't the Golden \
    b tup to New
    1 i ,iii- in May
    Leaving the snow and ice be-
    nd at then home in Mamaro-
    leek, N Y., the former Anne
    fareia Fishbein and spouse, Alan
    Mock, are house-guesting with
    icr parents Dr and Mrs I Leo
    Ishbcin, ol 253S Mne Tree Di
    Sunning and Burfing with
    heir parent--, and bringing
    thi larents are Heidi.
    -' : and '.i year-old Gar)
    /another refugee fmm the .
    : \ isitor LI I
    1 i \ .1
    JACK I. CAtCMMAN
    and MRS IUIN GKltN
    sting at the Seacoasl Fast
    apartment oi her parents, Mr and
    Mrs Samuel Gross Among
    the many friends with whom she
    spends her time here are Dais)
    \nneite Shapiro and Li I
    lian (Mrs Reuben) Horowitz, an
    othri e-ident
    Lett of fond memories will be
    recalled when Ocala campers and
    their lrien.ls yet together Sun-
    day for the camp's 13th anniver-
    sary There will be refresh
    iiM-nts. a live band and a high
    drving show for the 2 to 5 p.m.
    Bar MMlVah festivities to be held
    at Morningside Firfe on Northeast
    54th St., Miami
    A formal engagement party
    gtvefl by Kabbi and Mrs Tiber II
    Stern on Feb. 5 for dauphter Tik-
    \ah and groom-to be. Simcha (.
    Lyons, son ol Rabbi and Mrs
    Maurice Lyons, of St Ixniis. Mo.
    . Among guests were Kabbi
    and Mrs. Stephen Keversoe, ol
    Brooklyn. N.V.. the hosts, daugh-
    ter and. son-in-law Resident
    of Miami Beaeh for the last 12
    years, father of the future bride
    is spiritual leader of the Jacob
    C Cohen CommumU Synagogue
    Many mid-western relatives and
    friends here for the nuptials on
    Sunday. Feb 19. uniting Cynthia
    Diane, daughter of Mr and Mrs
    Paul Mitchell. 1041 NW 197th
    Tor and Philip S Brandon, son
    of the Melbourne S. Brandons,
    of 17933 NE Oth PI ... From
    Wichita. Kan came Mr. and Mrs
    A .! Kalpin. Miss Francia Mitch
    ell and Nathan Mitchell: from St.
    Louis, Mo., the Ralph Brandons.
    Mr. and Mrs Sam Goldenbersh
    and Mr and Mrs OUle Sat/
    For the William Kimballs. Fred
    Kimball and Miss .lane Huddles
    ton, the trip from Floi Ida's I ape
    Kennedv was somewhat shorter.
    banning their Mar. 15 celebration are these
    nembers of Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood
    it a bruncheon at the home of Mrs. Harvey
    iramer, hostess. Seated are Mesdames Max
    Applebaum, Seymour Svlverman, Kramer and
    AT TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM
    Nathan Schoenberg. Standing are Mesdames
    Allan Wilson. Max Kotler. Max Kesselman.
    Harold Granofi, Harry E. Wolk. and Marvin
    Marx.
    Four Leaf Clover
    Theme for Ladies
    Sisterhood- Looking Over its
    V Ul !.c.i! Clover, and so will sou
    lerheod'S annual lunche
    i S
    This i- bow the imitation to the
    al iimch' ^t the Shrtei
    ample Beta Sholom <>f Miami
    i h reads
    The Isjncheon w II take plat

    Mai 16, m
    u bncemenl bj Mrs
    Mi- II.
    n an of the

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    Hat
    old Granoff, Maurice Green, Stan
    ton Ilaiperl. lame- S< I
    lark Shapiro, Irwin Teplis, Allan
    Wilson and Han> Wolk
    Why the Four I^-nf Clover mo
    Hf? Well, Wi I four
    part secret at Sisterhood Ibis year,
    stated Mrs Kramer four women
    who have done the ma I foi Sistei
    hood will he I 'I onlj ;i
    small (" ho tbev
    will he revi
    at Ih
    luncheon were formulae
    Atlantic City Club Meeting
    The Atlantic City Club of Great
    er Miami and Florida will have an
    anniversaiA dinner meeting Satur
    day at the Beefster Restaurant
    More than 75 persons from all
    parts of the area are planning to
    attend, according to piogiam
    chairman. Bert Freeman, 175 K
    45th st Hialeah Jerrj Nusbaum,
    well-known columnist with the
    Newark Stai Ledger, ha- been in
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    Deauville Hotel. Mrs. Moms Lansburqh (left), is chairman of
    the luncheon. She is shown with Mrs. Clifioid Newmark. vice
    president of administration, and Mrs. Moms E. Greene. Sister
    hood president. Wayne Newton will entertain, and glamorous
    favors will add to the excitement of the afternoon. Funds raised
    will underwrite the work of the Braille Group and the Scwmq
    WorkshoD. which makes rlothes for Youth Hall. Ticket chair
    man is Mrs. Charles Held.
    Game Night Held For Saturday
    Kiniteret Chapter of Mterachi Chairman was Mrs Alfred Fink
    Womei held its annnal "Garni elstein, assisted bj Mesdames
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    +JeistrfkrM*9n
    Paqe 11-B
    OF INTERNATIONAL NOVELIST
    Rabbi Kronish In
    Book Review Here
    Rabbi i-< n Kronish, spiritual
    ol Temple Beth Sholom, re
    iewed "The Mituon." I >> Hans
    Habe, on Mondaj. h IS p m in
    temple auditorium
    Hans Habe wa born in Hun-
    gary, grew up hi Austria, studied
    Local Lodge
    Marks National
    Pythian Week
    Qenhvin Knights ol
    Mhm- l^odfie ;i> selected bj Ihe
    thian Domain of th- State <>f
    da i" I)"-' the seventh and
    n Pj thian Districts in hoi or
    National Pythian Week on Mon
    H l> m at the Surf Mill' Com
    . Cei ler
    Evening started urttli an address
    welcome bj Surfslde Mayor
    ouis Stallman. and Miami !' ach
    m.h ir Elliott Roosevelt, a mem
    ol the local IchI. I
    Guests of honor included two
    ither mayors, who are also Pyth-
    ans, "Chuck" Mall and Bobert
    Kins Hinh
    i*> thian dignitaries attending in
    iuUd Leroj Love, Pincua Bach.
    rand Chief Shirley Bach, and
    . Grand chief Tollj Merritt.
    irand Vice chancellor Glenn A
    Edwards, representing the (irand
    odge, \a> principal speaker, and
    entertainment and refreshments
    followed the cere monies
    Dr Jack Heath is chancellor
    ommander of the George Gerh
    a in i idge
    Schwartz Will
    Discuss Gurion
    aid Schw arti, honor an pr
    >f the Zionist Council of
    h Klorida, will speak on
    1967 I I
    afti r......ri before Ihe M
    : odge ol B nai B'rith al I
    Hotel l he progi am follow
    "ii at no
    Si hwarl
    r.r.ic h I odj i and former
    ol the Hem j i
    B ritli I'.i. ... ..I
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    lay's mi i open to
    l li cal member ol B

    ; rld, with
    ' D mi nbers
    in Germany, served in the French
    and Ann-: nan armies e an
    citizen, an I now lives
    in Switxei land He firsl achi ed
    .! c rtain fame when he was >he
    iournalist who disci
    Adolf Hitler's real name was
    Schucklgruber
    Blacklisted by the Naslf, Habe
    enlisted in the French Army, was
    captured by the Germans, apH
    managed to escape and make his
    way to America where h"
    promptly enlisted in the United
    States Army. As a Major during
    World War II, he participated
    in ci-'ht n-ajor engagements,
    winning th? Bronze Star w'th
    Oak Leaf Cluster.
    Aiti r 'in war he wa- pul in
    char c ol rebuilding Ihe
    bj the C S Forct s of ('ecu
    pation
    Habc's firsl novel, "Three Over
    the Frontier." won him Interna
    lional acclaim, being translated in
    to eighteen languages He has
    written 16 hooks since then, Ihe
    best-known in this country, "A
    Thousand Shall Fall." has void
    over 3.000,000 copies throughout
    the world
    The revl w series is sponsored
    by the Sisterhoods Beth SholoDI
    Festival of the Arts
    men H tho G ler M ami Chapter, A:-
    .can M Cenl di cuss the chapter's
    luncheon and fashion
    show at Ihe Venetian Arms. Proceeds will go
    . rnoiial hr Mis. Herman Schoen-
    fe'd, Ic r- | asl p'o: ; the organization.
    ' : : mes Hazel Tooker, food
    .:ir.cn: Rita Brocikin. prizes; Cele Posmnn-
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    400 persons.
    Cancer Institute
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    l'.' .hum lint of Papanicolaou
    Cancer Research Institute held a
    luncheon fashion show last w
    at the Casanova Boom ol the
    Dcauvillc Hotel
    Entertainment featured Napoleon
    Reed and Marsh and Adams
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    *Jewis*FhrkMlan
    Friday, Febniary 24, 196?
    Id S:stpr- Max Amhow-tz, Jack Yasman Louis
    who recently atl -id-up mem- [erman Feldmcn Era Rosmfeld lack
    ship lull Eugene Lab- Gree George Reiter, Abe Fcqelman. Hen-
    . of Ihe temob Cantor rietl Ccriton Bk ;=:.! -nl rrl Sister-
    Edward K!e Bl R .....) education- hoed. No1 shown s Mrs. Hairy Chester.
    a! dir, ctoi Al:ce
    Candidates Seeking Terms
    In New Florida Legislature
    Polls will 1 nnins at
    7 am. next Tuesday, Feb 28. for
    ewidc elections to the Florida
    i '-iNlature.
    The election, for representatives
    I u. senators in both bouses, was
    made necessary as a consequence
    of the recenl federal ruling on re
    ortionment.
    nators and representatives
    who ran for and won then
    seats it: the last election wili be
    i to run :i-a,n.
    \- .i nee of the i< d-
    i enl eed rcappon ent
    .,? additi
    its eight in the
    Senate
    ll-! Of
    i
    Paul Steirbero

    tun
    j i
    i ly Young Di
    16 :. Mi
    "HE CARES
    ABOUT PEOPLE"
    aiwt...
    PAUL
    STEINBERG
    LEGISLATURE
    District 109
    Pull Lever 40C
    ami Beach Taxpayers Association,
    and Democratic t'lub of Miami
    Beach, and is an active member of
    the ( oast Guard Reserve,
    Stephen Butter
    Stephen H Butter, attorney, and
    author of the forthcoming book.
    "Legal Rights of Women in Flor
    10a, is running for a seat in the
    House of Representatives
    Butler i> on the board of direc-
    tor! "l thi I ouncil for Internation-
    al \ isitora of Greater Miami, I: i
    I the Junior < hambtr ol
    11
    Butter's program for senioi
    udes a "more effective
    nursing home. low COSt hou-in-..
    and state aid to tl
    mis pro unit} tie
    velopmenl inrludi "b tt<
    atiom ties, a four-yi
    in
    i rs salai les d anti-
    lion."
    Bob Hartnett
    Rep Bob Hai tnett, a busii
    man. has qualified for reeli
    to the State Legislature in the
    District 106 House Seat from Dade
    Count)
    Hartnett was elected to the post
    last >ear with a 54.6 percent of
    the vote win over three opponents
    in the fn-t primary Since that
    time, he ha.- served on a nui
    of key interim and legislative com
    mittees, including work in the
    fields of mental health, chiid wel-
    fare and highway safety
    Hartnett. member of a pioi
    Gables family, -aid. 'i am partic-
    ularly aware that we must shift
    the burden of taxation. We must
    find ways to reduce the COSt! ol
    government, to search for -.<
    in every department of our
    ernment, to find way especi
    ally to reduce the tax bill placed
    .n the homeowners
    Dick Renick
    Dick Renick. top Dade County
    VOtl getter i126.000) in last Novem
    LETS END THE KIRK
    //
    n
    Florida is on the brink of a dangerous defiance of
    democratic principles. A public agency should
    fight crime not a "private police force." Let "a put an end
    to right wing extremism which is foreign to the ideals of
    this great nation This is how "witch hunts and
    book burnings" begin. Let's stop it NOW':;
    elect RICHARD
    MARX
    DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE
    HOUSE DISTRICT 100
    COUNTY-WIDE VOTE
    ber's state legislative race-, has
    qualified as a candidate for Sen
    ator in Florida's newl> created 48th
    district.
    Renick. who was elected to the
    House last year, relinquished his
    House seat to seek the Senate
    spot
    The Senatorial candidate, a Dade
    resident for the past 27 years, says
    Cti e participation in community
    affairs and as member in score- of
    civic organizations "has provided
    the background and Insight to rep
    resent all Dade Count;, and all
    Florida. '
    Fellow legislatoi i snv u Renick
    to ti> committei -. including
    roads and highways, and the DOW
    erful public safety committee
    Leo Furlong
    Leo Fin lout. i- running foi
    seal m the Houst '. !*; i -
    tives
    A Dade Count} residi nt lor 18
    years, Furlonj and the
    father of tour children He is I
    1992 l niversity ol Miami gradu
    ate. and was reco tniied t>> the
    is Junior < hamber ol Commerce
    a- one of the "Outstanding Young
    Men ol America
    He is a banker, insurance exec
    utive, real estate manager, li
    '.ator. and business and civic
    er A captain in the U S Arm)
    Reserve, he is a director and co-
    chairman of the National < onfei
    once of Christians and Jew- and
    formei vice chairman ol the Metro
    Miami River Authoi
    He -erved in the Florida 1
    lature In 1963-64
    Bob Brake
    Bob Brake is a candidate for a
    seat in the Florida House of Rep
    rcsentatives.
    The 39-year old Coral Gables at-
    torney has been a Hade County
    commissioner and is a 15-year
    reskienl here
    Hade County needs a man who
    can reflect experience In local af
    fairs and government," he said.
    lie pledges to be a constant
    fighter against special interests
    His supporters -ay he Initiated ac-
    tion on count) libraries and lot
    Clearing and pollution control
    ordinance-
    Maurice Ferre
    Dade Counts businessmai Maui
    ice r i ri e see* i led on to the
    Florida House ol Representatives
    in District 91, pit d| i 'I to su|
    lation en atii .1 Su te
    inner- < ouncil l cau-e pi
    labeling, weighing, Bnd pat
    are In effect b Iking many,
    hai d allied
    >r-
    Ferre -.* I I 1 1 1 ted he
    it legislation proposed ->1
    , pal months ai 0 bj State Sen
    Hollahan and l ountj 1
    missioner Harold Gr*< m esl blish
    State Consume! 1 ouncil
    Ferre listed four major areas
    where action 1- urgently needed
    to safeguard or improve the rights
    of consumers "(1) packaging and
    labeling. (2i credit. (') consumer
    services, and <4< unfair selling
    practice-
    Richard Marx
    Richard Marx is a Democratic
    nominee in District 10D. county
    wide vote, for the Florida House of
    Representatn e-
    In announcing his candid.o j
    Man said that 'Florida is on the
    hrmk of a dangerous defiance of
    democratic principles
    a public agencj should I
    crime not a private police
    force Let's pul an end to right
    wing extremism winch is foreign
    to the ideals ol this great nation
    Get-Together For
    Young Marrieds
    Young Mai 1 i< Temple Beth An
    loi ma et-togeth
    . \ nine in al hall
    Mi< hael < lein is chairman ol the
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    - ol .1. and ui tier
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    ing. an auction sail vi\ i,. .
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    B
    Jfylitzvalt
    li

    Htnrv Rosenkram
    Mi and Mrs
    ..nk'i '-' 6\ 2211(1
    B i llitzvah bI
    .on on S: 25
    . ;i ventta grade itu
    i Junior Hi [h
    ling Beth Da-
    tor the past
    u !' e I !< Iir;mt pi lya
    an | : interested in
    i n iporta He la
    Bruce K.-.olan
    ion of Mi and
    h Kaplan, will become
    S iturday, Feb 29,
    i u-EI
    rade al
    I; ', Sc hool His
    ttamp and
    ! >p
    j -
    1 non 'I ;it
    I
    I oi Sal
    nai
    M
    David Ko'sky
    rvice I
    i i North Dade,
    aid it v. imngton Federal
    ;, 168th Si
    Si h ol on ol Mi
    an H '. ert Kofskj u
    Aiii follow
    11
    mior fl l i
    School He
    . i and ii.
    imp coll<
    ending thi Bar
    M Molhe K
    kl W am Bronstefn gi an l|
    F
    Marc* Pozin
    n crime Feb 24.
    . en. da ighti r of Mr and
    Ni' an Pozin, 1740 Daytonia
    be Ma- MiUvah al Tern
    ["amid
    | I Itlldent at Nautilus
    ligh ami Temple Ner Ta-
    mils .school she tervea
    ol the Spanish Club,
    swimming and dancing.
    the services, a recep-
    b held in the Sklar Aud
    r the temple, and on Sat-
    ening, Marcia will be hon
    at a reception at her home.
    Lee Smith
    ark, son of Mr and Mrs
    .-I Smith, 1030 WE 179th St .
    Miami Beach, will celebrate
    Bar Mitzvah at the Saturday
    service on Feb. 25 at
    hpl< \dath Yeshurun
    seventh grade at John F.
    led) Junior High, I.ee la an
    Student, and plays the
    nn.t in the school band.
    Mowing the services, Mr and
    Si ith will give a reception
    in honor of their Bon, and also i
    S iturdaj i i ning at tl -
    a Hotel.
    dan (parents Ur and Mrs
    \athan Smith. Mr and Mrs S I
    ol Miami will help cele-
    e lh< in i asion
    Paul Gavras
    Paul, son if Mi Frieda Oavraa
    will he called lo the Torah during
    Saturday morning services Feb
    25, al Temple Zion
    Paul is an eighth grade pupil at
    South Miami Junior High and is
    .u live in sp irts
    Kiddush : i the ser\ ices
    i receptii n at the Holiday Inn
    led b> Mr- Gai rai
    ' os Glantx
    Lois, da Mr and Mrs
    Riant 190 SM
    Bas Mitz\ ah dur
    ' sen ices
    . on
    -i levi.....i :ia.le student
    J in or Hi. h and is in-
    ictivities
    Ml a : Giant;
    f o I lo w i i .
    . ,. the cvlebi
    A> li
    Henry Rotenkrani
    Jay thrlieh
    HalJncobsen
    Bruc K.plcn
    David Kofsky
    Mg
    National Temple Executive
    Sylvan Lebow in Miami Now
    Sylvan Lebow, of New York ex He ak on -The Modern
    National R< I Judaisi
    F .! ratioi i -i. Bi other- 10
    h hi Is. will n al e seve il ipp ai o I
    ! U
    Ja\ ESrl rH
    Mr Si
    Mitzvah
    Saturdaj I
    S hool .
    ms >< ho l
    mtei estei
    - c
    J

    He
    in
    Michael Wolland
    On Feb 25,
    ll .in ; \lrs
    will be Mar Mitzvah
    l imid
    i icl is a student al Nautilus
    lunioi High and Ner Tamid Re-
    ligi u.s Schoi l He is an active
    ind sings in the Ner
    ram id Junior Choir Kiddush will
    follow the services
    i in Saturday evening. Michael
    will be honored al a reception at
    the Diplomat Country Club.
    Out ol town gueata are meat
    grandmother, Mr Elizabeth San-
    drew, grandparents, Mr. and Mrs
    Benjamin Sandrew. Cleveland, o
    Hal Jacobson
    Hal Martin, son of Lewis Jacob-
    son. 7552 Adventure A\e. will he
    come Bar Mitzvah on Saturday
    morning. Feb 25. at Temple Men
    orah
    Hal is a student in the Religious
    School and is a seventh grader at
    Nautilus Junior High Hal received
    the all-around American Legion
    \ward for his six years in Treasure
    Island Elementary School
    Dcde Federal
    Listed Qn Top
    i ieorge I N'j
    t and d N
    Ri al Ga
    '

    \--'., ition ol
    I hi -' rl
    j-
    es with
    first a I
    associations
    that overall <
    u a- .,i the lo* eve I during the
    past ten yeai thai "leading
    I classes d sig
    nificanl volume decline with the
    exception of Dade Federal s..\
    ines
    Soned Art Classes
    Janie Hessler. assis.ant lo the
    'ate Warren Soned, has announced
    he resumption oi regular art
    -iassea at 3919 Alton Rd site of
    he Soned Art Gallery
    Rabbi-Author At
    Temple Institute
    Dr David Polish, spiritual leadei
    of Temple Beth Fmet. Fvanston
    HI., and author of 'The Eternal
    Dissent," "The Higher Freedom."
    and coauthor of A Guide for Re
    form .tews -poke on What I- the
    Meaning ol Jewish Peoplehood al
    Beth Sholom's annual Institute on
    Judaism for Public School Teach
    era following services at the Tern
    pie on Saturday, at 12 30 p m
    Institute is conducted by the
    Board of Education, and the board
    of the Sisterhood of Beth Sholom
    in recognition of annual Brother
    hood Week sponsored by the N'a
    tional Conference of Christians and
    few i
    Mrs Joseph Pardo and Mrs Dav
    .il Miller are co-chairmen of thr
    luncheon arrangements committee
    Rabbi I.eon Kronish, spiritua'
    leader Of Beth Sholom, moderated
    he discussion
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    *? SaBBk^SBal
    VQL >s^4HH agaaa\ T ar mA\ .a^a^ B^^^B
    Lv*1 ^BaT^aaBL ^^ ^r^^ aHH m/ hf^
    Racbi Leon Kronish wi'l par-
    ticipa'e in the cscussion a?*er a
    show.ng of a new motion pic-
    ture. Anyone Around toy Base
    is It stariirg Martin Biisai".
    On J will
    of
    Israel I
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    Bank Exec's
    Certain Career
    Brings Him Here
    Sixtj 5 eai ing man
    a career with a French
    d bank in Russia \- the time.
    Louis Orloff didn't know whether
    I enjoj banking
    The career has worked out well
    for the tanned, smilin | and con
    1 Orloff He has jusl cele
    brated his tiuth year as a banker
    At present, he is a wee president
    if the Jefferson National Bank of
    Miami Beach
    After graduating from the Com
    menial Institute, where he re
    ceived instructions in hanking. Dr
    'off took a position with the Ageno
    d'Odessa Bank in Russia Jan 31
    1907 He eventually came to tht i
    United States In 192ri. short 1;
    after the Manufacturers Trus
    Company absorbed the State Ban'
    of New York, he was made assist
    ant manager of the bank's office n
    Brooklyn
    He was promoted to manager, ;
    . isl he held until his retiremen
    in 1957. at which time he movei
    to Miami Beach
    was noi
    to his
    for the
    a Fi dei

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    hi-- -
    to tat :. the
    '
    SYLVAN IIB0W
    Live Quks Car Service
    2200 NVV 26th Si
    i. has in
    tion wagon service for the con-
    : Miami Beach resid
    wishu lo -it friends oi relali\es
    at the Home Leaving the municipal
    parking tol on the easl side if
    Washington Ave one block south
    >f Lincoln Rd eai al l p.m.,
    he stat'on wagon makes the return
    rip dail) at 5 p m
    Starring Fare
    At Wometco Sites
    A Man and a Woman'' will he
    it Wometco\ I'arkwa> Art Theatre
    tarting Fridaj
    In color and starring Anouk
    Vmee. the film features the star
    who garnered Best Actress bj Hol-
    lywood Foreign Press and also the
    Best Foreign Film awards
    In its sixth week at Wometco s
    Mayfair, Sunset and Normandie
    Theatres is "Georgy Girl," star
    ring Lynn Redgrave, winner of
    the Best Actress Award bv the
    Hollywood Foreign Press. Also
    starring are James Mason and
    Alan Bates.
    Sai i Pebble*." in color and
    conti es its sp
    oad show w:th i> irn ances
    ind 8 HO p in ai >b I hea
    Starrn Sti Mc(j n ei

    . turea Richai I
    It.
    lldren of the fourth aradp of the Temple
    j-L'l Solomon Schcchter Day School
    act a "Salute to Hawaii." A program of
    jwasian dancers, sonqs and fruits was pre-
    mted. Left to riaht, front row, seated, ate
    athan Adle: Susan Jacobs Debra Cowan.
    atalie Rubinstein, Lauri Cutler Jodi Green
    > .'.
    end Rol^rt Kitsch. S'.rrnd ng: Pebra Bickey,
    Shorty Genuth, Ethel Paul, Mali D rum Stunt
    Gudwin, Lora Gardner, Robin Silver Rebetca
    Bear. Zita Wilensky. Front is Diana Fine
    her cuitar. Rear ilooking on is Mrs. M
    Alperi. teacher.
    fXcliai&it* ^ -/ic-vs/
    essmg
    Mr. and Mrs. Zvi Rosenkranz
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    For 1500 Club
    nl hen
    ii in preceded tin- dinner lu-
    ll Ion nf id.. iflOO Men lub
    on Bunds) ..i lha Deeuvllla Hotel
    The shoe in iiw ( aaanova Room
    ft aturlni sin .,-% and jM4
    . \. iiimii followed I ha caramon)
    I'i Irvlnf l.i-lirnm/i conducted
    Mi'- Installation ami Irving Bilvei
    vice prealdent, acted ai master of
    . rremonlM
    manual Monti is club proaldont
    Dr. Arzl Ending
    Breakfast Series

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    Palm Beach Trip
    For Forte Towers

    *xpe<2i!.
    \ is |
    Hebrew Lecture
    Heard Sunday
    SIM i-l per-
    of thp National Federal
    Teachi riaaii|ii
    I ni'ed Sfar* --
    a lecture in Hcbreu nda>
    8 pm. at Temple i
    i Beach
    S .r\ ival in tl
    - '
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    II. Ii k' i
    m HaHista Irutl
    Ivril
    At opening night of Frank Sinatra at the Fontainebleau Hotel
    are these two Miaim Beach couples (left to right) Mickey and
    Sandy Posruck of 9 Farey Ln.. and Edward and Terri New
    man, of 1884 Daytonia Rd. Poonick and Newmen are prom-
    inent Miami Beach businessmen.


    Friday, February 24. 1967
    +Jenit thrktiatf
    Paqe 15-5
    Marcus Sarokin,
    Beach Financier,
    Passes at Age 76
    ; me Dade commgi I
    n eUS 0 S-imkin diet!
    rvi> 20, foli
    S w ho lived al
    ollins Vve.. was 7fl
    \h Sarokin Lhe GreaU r
    Vliami area from New Jersej IS
    . ago, ntdiei < a* had |h i
    i ol lhe state Mouae <>f \-
    ln charge of community rela-
    tions and a director of Miami
    Btach Federal Saving* and Loan
    Association at the time of hi*
    death, he wa* the first m*r**Q*r
    of the Federal'* South Shore
    branch when it opened 15 year*
    ago, and served a* manager until
    he wat promoted to vice presi-
    dent two year* ago.
    Mr tarokin ff Miami Beach
    man of the l'nited Fund for
    'm yean and was one of the Orig-
    inal leaders on the Heath to help
    iworganiM the Community Chest
    m preparation for the L'nited
    Kund
    He was president of the Wash-
    ington Avenue South Shore Aaao
    cialion for three years, treasurer
    tic Beach Kiwanis Club for 13
    and a member of the board
    t Miami Beach Taxpayers As
    it ion lie was also a board
    n mber of Temple Kmanu Kl
    Mr Sarokin ui survived by his
    It (iertrude; a son, Charles.
    INcw York; two daughters. Mrs.
    loir Avchen, Los Angeles,
    Mn Samuel Mark*,. PhUadcl-
    Iphia; brother, Samuel, New Jersey;
    Itwo sisters, Mrs Sidney Nelrrn-
    lorf, New Jersey, and Mrs Helen
    Hayman, of Miami Beach. He
    ih leaves five grandchildren.
    Service* were Tuesday, Feb. 21,
    it Temple Emanu-El. with River-
    side Chapel. Normandy Isle, in
    charge of arxani-aments.
    MB Demo Club
    States Installation
    i he Iftth annual dinner di
    oi tl ( i iii ol Miami
    i to I held on \\ adneadi
    the Deauvillc Hotel will include
    Ji g Durante aad his ail I u
    vue, and the muaic of Les Bhodes
    and bis orchestra
    The evening i- slated to begin
    m.tii a "> p m reception, to be fol
    lowed I" installation iif ol I i i foi
    1967
    i ib president, Wally Qluck,
    wili act as toastmaster and mastei
    ui' i ( ic monies and i> also in
    ( hai.." "i re .ervations
    LiGAL NOrtCfc
    NOTiCE BY PUbL CATION
    IN THL ClIICUIl COLHT OF THE
    EL.6V JUD.CIAL i II
    Of" FLOHIDA IN IO FOR
    DADt l-LOHlOA
    J770
    SUIT rOH DlVO'
    m.i;.\
    Auction-Brunch
    For CARIH Unit
    Lorber chapter of the Children's
    Asthma Beaearch institute and
    Hospital at Denver presented it-
    fifth annual auction and brunch y
    MARCUS 0. SAROKIN
    Isaac Hamlin,
    Veteran Zionist,
    Dead in Tel Aviv
    TEL AVIV (JTA) Isaac
    Hamlin a veteran leader of the
    I-abor Zionist movement and a
    founder and first national secre
    tery of the National Committee for from Bade County.
    I-abor Israel, died at his home here Chairman of the event was Mrs
    this week at the Ige of 75 He had Robert Cicero, with Mrs David
    served for the past 10 years as di-
    rector of the Histadrut (enter in
    Tel Aviv
    Mr Hamlin had recently return
    ed to Israel after a two-month visit
    to the I'nited States during which
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    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    iiv i:n
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    MKKK
    N I HE CIRCUIT COURT OF tt-
    EL. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA IN A T, D I I
    DADE COUNTY, IN CHANCER
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    on Tuesday. 11:30 a.m. at the Al-
    giers Hotel.
    Auctioneer was Shelly Nidit/.
    and proceeds from the affair will
    jjo to the research centor in Den-
    ver, and to maintain patients there


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    Dorfman in charge of tickets
    Bonk Names Newsman
    Frank Smathers Jr chairman of
    the board of United Bancshares of
    he was honored on the occasion of Florida. Inc., has announced the
    his 75th birthday and his half-cen-
    tury of service to the cause of La-
    bor Zionism
    Among those paying tribute
    to Mr. Hamlin on his birthday
    were President Zalman Shazar,
    of Kraal; Prime Minister Levi
    Eshkol; former Prime Minister,
    David Bon-Gurion; Mrs. Golda
    Meir, general secretary of Mapai
    and former Foreign Minister;
    and Aharon Becker, general sec-
    retery of Hto Histadrut. the Israel
    labor federation.
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
    No. 73787. B
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    IIAKIU l IlKKI >JI x\
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    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    i \ -.-.,a mid \ i
    Having Ctaim* ..i tH-mand txaimd
    ,ii.
    >. UU .r. ,'.. i i.. i. ii i. .1 .in.I i -
    I ..i .1 In |iHm .hi,I
    dclllu nd rt which i into !'
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    - .i ., Ihuli i mill Klor-
    Ida, In ihe i mi Judtct a ni m .
    ' '"in.i; mi ihi muiiii in .
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    Florida Si.,: ii v. in ... .ii... m
    Hi.- .. ,ii,.. -. in I liiaji
    int) I-1' ridu, a Ithln six on
    Jr. to the position of executive vice '"' ",'l'~ "'"'I1
    . i ,. .^- ... '''' !''. i" r. : i.r iin -.....:
    president of I oral Gables hirst Na- i barred.
    I M-
    appointment of J. I.uckett Yawn
    tional Bank, effective Mar. 1. Yawn
    comes to the Coral Gables First
    National from the Miami News.
    where he is currently a vice presi-
    dent Previously, he served the
    News as general and business man
    ger.
    LEGAL NOTICE

    >RESENT. XX III.m. 7:. of SOS I
    Sit.; .n Hi w V..rk with
    berg funeral Home in chura-a
    IOMINSKV, Urn iM.r... It, of 140
    ".-r.d,..n Xvr IHd r-Vt. kl Ben
    Ki-h IT ut ltlVMKKi* Iii ili I ;,-,- __j .||J
    hapal States and settled
    lOTHSTElN, Mr- Roaa, 7>, of USO
    'k-ian l>r. at. is.cm in New York.
    i. ..imu.- Alton I'.il Chapel in
    i raja
    tUSSACK. Irvin*. 7*. of 1000 Wool
    xv. Sorviooa in New York under
    Oir-clton ltisto.de Alto* Kd. Chao-
    IHIOHMAN. I>*vtd I tt. of 11 COl-
    iiiic Ax Haevloaa in N fork.
    KUrr.wM Altwn Kl Chapol '"
    avis Hamuei. si. *V!S!"1 establishment of the Joint Distri-
    berg Kunrl Honv bution Committee and was a found-
    rRiEOLANOER. M- it. -i. n Ts. of cr of thc American Jewish Con-
    Ml;.i \\.' ."tm v. htl. 1 .. ,, ,
    rUv.r.-idf lN,uk-i*. ltd fhir*i I gres*. Mr. Hamlin was a delegate
    br. j..nM.-. ?; ,.r ::oo jm aifjj to Zionist congresses from IMd to ';\x'!1^*',1KIN'
    Si Servloee in Roadlng, I > *!'>' ,-... Defendant.
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTK'K is IIKKI.HV UIVKN thai
    tho undfri.Kiuil. d- ^Irmi; to > iis.ik"
    in b^.iinc.-^ uiidvr tiir nctliioua nam.
    ..r I'UI'xNr ll.\ZA LKiHTIN.i
    Born in Comarin. Russia. Mr
    Hamlin emigrated to thr United I STUDIO, a) Huponi l-uaa Hotel, loo
    .... _. ... IU>ayne HIvU w;i>. .Mhiih, iim.-ii.In
    States and settled in Boston in
    1909. He served as general secre-
    tary of thc Poale Zion Party of
    America from 1881 to 1924 and
    was national secretary of the Na-
    tional Committee for Labor Israel
    from 19K3 until he emigrated to
    Israel in 1906.
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    d i.Ii
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    RoliKKT \ Mil i.ki: Ux.uuliix
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    TAI.IASOKK, v\ M.I.I II .s lilt' i\\ \
    Atloriii > for Kxti in Ii
    I-'.i I. n. Kill UmmI
    M haml i ..- it. Kl* irida
    ! Si 1 i-iu-l"
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
    No. S7- 2727
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    M WWI.'l.l. I.i.i: l'A( I..
    itaimifi
    aglator -..>! Il.iin. Mllli lln. I'lilk
    >f th.- Circuit Court .> Iadi County,
    Mnriaa
    PKIUKN VOKNCHfiS, IS*\
    H, J. I. Ia 'i-i:/, \\- i inin
    HKaBKBT i: KAUFMAN
    Attorney Ur Ap|>lluatll
    I 'al'OIlt H Jli-..r-K
    s -* s/s-io-t;
    i:\f
    He played a major role in the
    IN THi CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELCVCNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
    No 67- 26S8
    ORDER OF PUBLICATION
    SAIJ.l I I KIN.
    Plaintiff.
    in chargi
    1956 and served as a board member
    of the L'nited Jewish Appeal and
    -il.n 1' inr.il Honv
    i ioca.1 ajTanaTamonta
    iawa. iinku*. b.'. ..f tttl Jeffuraon ,
    \v Mvvice. in Mow Y...k with the United Israel Appeal. He was a
    mnj.bor ysjneaai iionic m I'lmm. frequent contributor to the Yid-
    (ORVIT2, Uavld. It. of 1S0 Janiea rf h
    A*o jj^rvlcn In Now York ilh aun press.
    IiUuIkii l-ljinrul lionu in ohftSSJM
    IOOOLNEV. Mis Uadj|. ( ""
    nvv lash a\o. Hereto.a In HMcaav ll,
    M.i. with fiordoa k in-; .1 lloa< la
    MNEIOIR, Mr- Yrltg ol I"
    nk till vv.v harvMioa In IsclsoboUt,
    " I. uatl.-i i|!|,.iu,ii "I lil.i.-l m
    un.r.il li.inu
    in.in. irtdoi. ;. ..r saao ~^ I'.- it.i
    -e-vi.-i n in liiookllm Ma** Itiv i -
    n Not III* ii.lv I >r i 'bo|m I
    iMiTH. i-rmrU'S K. .'.. ..f l^' .'nil Kl
    srvloea i-vii 14 ..i niinanaali Wm
    Stanut I : i liii- i
    riFFEH. \iin.i. as, di its* Waal *v<
    1 i HVI) II Siv ... K. I.
    Kiviibi.I. Norn..in.lv Ii Chattel
    'itCHMAN, Mm s I.. 7.1. ..f SMI I HI
    i i ion a .. .-. i i i II at Itiv
    iiki.Ii. MnrmaSMfi lala Chapel
    ivman, UorrU .1. ..r n.
    JHA Auxiliary To
    Choose Leaders
    Luncheon meeting of the Great-
    er Miami Women's Auxiliary, Jew
    ish Home for the Aged, is sched
    uled for Tuesday noon at the Al-
    giers Hotel.
    Mrs Lawrence Silvrrman. Aux-
    iliary president, will give the mes
    sane ol welcome Mrs Kannie
    A v. sru.ii m CbioMo with Now- Goldberg will give the invocation.
    Inn. raj I Loan. In < Imrn.
    Mrs. Sol Silverman. honorary
    life president, chairman of the
    nominating committee, will read
    the slate of officers and board
    members nominated for 1967-68.
    Mrs. I.ouis Makovsky. program
    chairman, will introduce Mrs. Ida
    To: UKOR.lt; n KIN
    1SI K Jtth Sirwl
    Hrooki>n. Now York
    TOO. iili"i;, ;i; ITKIN. are raqalrod
    ! aarva .. aopy ot >our Answer i" Uha
    uniiiUunt In (Ik ..l,..v wait i. .1 i'uuhv
    n Plain tiff ii aoili II
    Iiamim. .; SATIN, il.n duT. in
    i'. .in na*, Miami, Ptorida, and file the
    or KioaJ in the offloa ol Lh< under
    ix << Haid Court an or before
    'ill .U> ,1 Vl.niii. tas7, otharwlae
    ^ Deioull win i.....ton d
    DutOd Ihi^ !tHh da.v of Kibiuaiv.
    K |; L.KATHKRMAN
    I'hirk "i he ir.nii i '.nir
    i:. K M I.VM \N
    Deput) 'hark
    j;i i i-io-K
    |KIPNIS. JOOUWM. t. '! *' s !
    diaii (*n- u Hi Servtor* In No's
    v.irk KivoraMe NotumimIi twiu
    (hiMi. i
    [WkBtH. Mix. Hlhl.-. 74. of l7H NK
    I Mh \ v. S.r\,. K. I. .'.' n Ills
    \ .1 in..n.is tal. 'hap. i
    National Airlines
    Breaks Records
    National Airlines set all-time,
    I "ne-month traffic records during
    | Unwary, carrying 307,285 passen
    era 318 million revenue passenger
    niles, J. Dan Brock, the airlines
    Ivied present of traffic and sales, sussman will host a gala mncheon
    I reported today. | for new life members, life trustees,
    Passenger emplanements were j and sponsors at the Algiers Hotel.
    116 percent higher than for Janu- j Miami Beach Councilman Joe Mai
    ary, 1066 and broke the previous, ek will entertain with a program
    one month record of 391,936 set j of songs, accompanied by Mrs
    in April, 1966. j Stern.
    NOTICE 8Y PUBLICATION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
    No. 67 2B6'
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    1811 UK i mi:\m;z.
    Plaintiff
    MAUIA Ml-M'i:/..
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    in m mi. \ .\ii:\i.i:z
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    Brooklyn, N i
    \l \l;i \ Mis l>i /. .... ',
    . ,i in..i -i Hill ol -i.i.;.. ni foi
    I .i\,.i,.. ha aeon Mod aSJi I
    I .....I !.. -*i v ., ,.| .
    i ,.i v,, i- tnawei or Plaadlna to th.
    ii. ol i 'oauolalnl on in, I lalnilfl -
    Ma.. li-vin who will entertain with '"'" ^ N\CI. T VON KAS i >
    Mai lAVin, wno win cmcnain wiiu ,.u| ; jyj, Slll|, ,
    a group of songs, accompanied at r ., ,. ..n.i rile ihi lainai Vnnw.i
    ; IN I'l. ...IllIK in Hi- "1......1 the
    , i.f (Ii.. .'ii. III,
    i.i tprll, I
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    i da
    ' nuuidnd in III Ini
    i in~ ii .' i. rial I i
    i, III" lull'
    , in rill K\\ IHJI KUIKIIMAN
    hum. \M i 'Hi .1:111:1 i al
    da ul hVIn
    \ H If.
    K. Ii I.I-: VTHKR.M VN .
    .ni. I'M.l.' Cunl>, 1",,m,i.,
    ;i IK I' .-..ri:i. \m>
    its i 1. rk
    SMI. T V.'.N /. VMI'T
    vuviinv i..i Plaintiff
    the piano by Mrs. Olga Bibor Stern
    Reservations chairmen are Mrs.
    Manuel Tanenbaum. Mrs IVum
    mm Orlow and Mrs. Rose Koth.
    On Tuesday. Mar. 7, Mrs. Tobias
    I'.I'TA !K\\
    I.. fondant
    i. i: ita ,n:\N PA 11.
    Ki-i.li n.-e unknov. n
    v.. ) I'TA .uiA.N r \ri.. ari hen
    b> notified th..i a mil of Complaint
    for Ptvoroa h.. aet-n fllod aaralnat
    yon, und you ..r! roqulrvd i~- .-^rs.
    a "( >our AiibW.j- or Pleading
    the Mill ui Complaint on ih Plain-
    tiff attornoya. ioi.H.M an. lii'l.l'
    8TKIN PACZ1KK, L'lnl Wo.-i Klaa-
    I. r at .Miami. Klorida, and l*IU tm
    ' riKiiial An.-w..r or I'lt-adlng .11 Ihi
    office ol ih.- Clerk of ih. circuit Couel
    a ot bofora thu 2T:h day of March, |
    1T If >nu fj.l to do ., judnin.;,!
    i.y default will >' ii.Hiii astalnal you
    f,.|- (In- rollot in inandi d 111 the Ulll
    , if i '..inp.ainl.
    Ih.t n.iiioo shall b.' puMlahod one.
    .... h sv,. ,. I..: four POB8. outiv. .
    in TIIK JKVVlNll KlaHtll'IAN
    HONK VNli (.itl.Kliri. ., Ml
    Klurtda. ih SOth da) ol Kabruar>,
    A I' iSri?
    K l( I.KATMKHMAN. Hi rk,
    Circuit Court, Hade Count) Horlda
    1 Hs : C r < OI'KI.ANI)
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    IH i|.I>\! \.N. .'.ill.P.- 1 i:i.N
    .\ i\>/ii:it
    ji..i Weal Plaa;l< r 1 1
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    3 :'i 3 ; 10-IT
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    \. .1 |l I- Is III.HKi:\ ;i\ i:\ ih.,1
    11,. in 1. 1 -.11,111,1 ill .1-11... Ii n_,i_.
    in hualaeaa und*-i thi fl.*tltloui nam.
    ,.f SI Sslll.S'K M.'l>i:i..- ..: .;. S w
    2nd An in... >i 1-1.
    .-.il.l 11.inn- wiili ih. i'l. rk .! Ihi 111
    . mi Court ol I'a.i. County, Ktortdi
    . UlIJTOW i- xsiiii n>. i\.
    . : 1-10-17
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
    No. 73S2J
    In Iti: I
    l'Al i.l.M H M.K. >V ir/
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    Israel Bond Confab Due on Beach
    eflewislh Floridian
    a,, F.orida, Friday. February 24. 1967
    Section C
    SI 15 Million in Sales
    Sought to Help Meet
    Israel's Economic Need
    BANQUET SCHEDULED HERE MAR. 4
    The 1967 international inaugural conference of Israel Bori-
    G opening here on Thursday. Mar. 2. will he the occasion for th* :
    , T ^v V& ever made to this city by David Ben-Gur.on. Israel s most
    .__________ urion --ar:arc^
    the founding father and first
    Will be Guest at Inaugural
    -.one who believes in the
    tence of the human equa
    in history, who feels that his
    )a often created by indi\id
    eat force and stature.
    i mfirmatlon of his view
    of the Stati of 1st ael,
    . architect of it- indi pend
    I ia\ id Ben Gur on. For here
    I en a unique conjdnc
    .. el >ment the times,
    .. and the -Kin v lui wa>
    nold and tide th m
    on.- might well HI) that
    . ... iuld not h;n been .1 State
    i todaj without Ben
    the agi "i eighty, 15""
    far from fitting the pic
    th 1 idei
    H remain* a
    n the lift ''
    . i, words si
    <\ ou it the
    B -G's Idea
    on i< i lo
    1 the i lebration of his
    irthdaj on Saturdaj
    Mai 4 al dinnet <
    , bli iu Hoti I marking the
    the 1987 campaign
    -.,, ol Im.h Bonds Admis
    will be on the basis of in
    Bond purchase of $1,000
    Continued on Page 3-C
    ISRAEL ARCHITECT BEN-GURION
    Prime Minister of the State of
    Israel will be the guest of honor
    at a dinner at the Fontainebleau
    Hotel, which will celebrate his
    80th birthday and officially
    launch this year's worldwide
    campaign for the sale of $115.
    0O0.000 in Israel Bonds.
    The conjunction ot these two
    events will place in dramatic fo
    ens the preeminent role which
    Ben Gurion played In the birth ol
    the Israel Bond program and it-
    growth as the strong right arm in
    Israel's economic development
    during the past sixteen years
    Ben-Gurion's participation In
    the opening of the 1967 Israel
    Bond campaign will also serve to
    draw attention to Israel's Increas
    ed development needs in a year
    ol economic transition The 1
    ferenee will stress Israel 1 gro
    ing reliance on Israel Bonds :"
    provide a large -hare ol the n
    sources the countrj needs to
    tool it- economj For greater in
    dustrial production, to
    t porarj unemployment at
    row the gap in it- balance ol
    ide
    More than 2.5(H) Jewish lead
    ers from communities throughout
    - thf United Bsatea and fa-nada are
    expected t<> take part in the con
    ferenee
    Ben-Gurion has had a close re
    lationship to the Israel Bond drive
    sine.- its inception He originally
    projected the idea to a confer
    ence Of American .Jewish leaders
    Continued on Pag* 2-C
    Israel's Current Problems are Attributed
    To Fantastic Kate
    Of Development
    E, ABRAHAM FEINBERG
    President,
    Itraal Bond Organization
    current economic dif
    In unlike those which it
    : in the earl) years ol stat<
    hi- in- ol growth
    1 rather than
    ..'"' omj has '
    al an unpn
    rate for over a decade, with an
    average annual increase ol I
    percent In the gross nati<
    product This record has I
    approximated onl> bj lapai and
    , the env> ol n 1
    I throughout the world hi th
    new ai
    But boomin econom> pro
    duct certain negativi 1 fl
    that add up to the rianeei ol in
    Water from the Sea ol Galilee is pumped through these open
    canals and underground pipes and tunnels ol the National
    Water Project, completed with the aid of Israel Bonds, for
    irrigation ol the Negev.
    n u hei wages, prices and
    production co-its climbed to
    1 imfortable lev< I, the Govern
    lnent decided to cool off the over
    led economic ei 1 an I
    slow it dow n to a more moderati
    pace
    Logical Procedure
    in addition t.> an organized el
    inii to hold prices and wa es
    down, the Government launched
    an Intensive drive to increase ex
    ports bj reducing production
    home consumption and offering
    special Inducements for the ex
    pansion of industrial production
    for foreign markets To achieve
    this objective it was Important to
    CUt production costs so that Is
    rael would be in .1 hotter position
    to compete with other countries
    on the world market.
    Another important Step in this
    program was to take the laboi
    force engaged In non-essential
    production and transfer it to the
    expanded area of export produc
    tion
    In the cold and formal language
    of economies, tins operation ap
    pears 10 be I natural and lo
    procedure However, two in.li-
    pensable factors are required
    large sums of investment cap
    ital and time to enlarge and
    establish new industrial plants
    It must be remembered that
    Israel is in shorl suppl> "' both
    investment capital and time In
    its budget for the comin
    the Israel Government has ,i.
    cided to hold the line in all areas
    ol expenditure except
    ment There will be an increase
    ol S134.000.000 in the Develop
    ment Budget. But Israel is hard
    pressed to find the monej foi
    it in .. year when sources ol fin
    ancial assistance like German
    11 paiations pajment- and United
    states grants in aid no longer ex
    1st The longei it takes to obtain
    the no,-ess.u\ capital to tina
    the Development Budget, the
    longer it will take to bring the
    economy back to it- fullest
    strength, the longer it will take
    to absorb the growing numb. 1
    unemployed, the longer it will
    . to set up the industrial 1 x
    pansion thai is needed to pro
    mote exports and reduce the
    trade deficit
    Investments Point Way
    Throughout the existence ol
    the Israel Bond Organisation, the
    proceed! from the side of 1- 1
    Bonds have been the man
    of the Development Budget But
    in the present circumstances, i-
    rael must place greater reliance
    on Israel Bonds this \e.11 than
    evei before
    It is nothing new for Israel to
    Continued on Pag* 2-C
    ABRAHAM KINBlfG
    president
    SAMUU ROTHBEftG
    national campaign chairman
    LOUIS H. BOrAt
    board of oocernori chi.irmon
    M0MIS W. fettfNSTfrN
    ctif chairman (or frvsfees


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    Friday
    - 198J
    Fantastic Kate of Development Core of Proble
    'm
    Israel Bond Funds
    To Bring Still Higher
    Levels of Achievement
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    lvad Bw4 ztoiBtati ho
    VOrjde the way
    w tan were boa* for annv
    ara itautm re er
    m~i acs and
    water and ad and ca pie* law i
    new roads
    nil Bfinii network .-
    I
    * -. .- -.-.- --.
    sceaoary could sera
    ~*tmtz- -ade po-wW*
    af Israel Bead
    The new policies which brae!
    adapted -i pro-
    the >roanein structure of -
    eooattry Soene of the moat na-
    aortas* results which hate been
    aei^.eo an
    A 20 ;ercer.t reductior
    the Use defies! .'.hill jost baa
    year*.
    ImmnJ prodoetion. -
    in plants where the number of
    employees hat been decreased.
    A narked increase in per
    tonal savings and the number of
    P*-oa4e tar to*
    An ebbing of the dajai of
    Major Allocations
    It it anticipated that the new
    - lopment program which Is-
    rael has undertaken mill result
    .- *-mpbrrment for 20 000 add:
    banal people each yea- and thai

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    r-^nt Budget
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    new ieciemer.'' $22
    en*, c: .ooooo
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    . far -?.--.- a. :.:-:---
    S20 OOOAOO 'or *he expansion of
    .*< -- rlcdi
    which will :ocrode the erpar
    Dad -*a *'-( u
    a "he construction of tr-
    rtBM trad .-'rsicaJ I
    i SB6 800 000 for a hous-
    veaa taai if
    - a t
    MM t:UUJM for c
    a: and raaa clears
    Mere thcr. 3C r.ew dere. -owm. like ..-. \-.e North and South *.
    O-rrrr..*: ..-. the Central QrrnTae shown -bc-re bavsj bOM Battled ..-. the Ner-
    hcrre beer, established wr.th Israel 3cr.d BBBdd
    PtOGHtSS EMCTGCS OUT Of VIEW OF PAST
    Clestn* Trd* Gap
    -.- -. -
    -:'forts to open new field
    eotvxme grow- -
    rade rap and o provide
    -A f.md
    the future as m the pact -
    play an inereaaaazry unpor-i
    roie m *he itabtlizataon aad
    aaarfcaa of bra my
    There reason for confidence
    that Israel. which wiciml
    emerged from a priod of a aster
    an era of growinr. eco-
    nomic ttrenrth. will weather the
    problems of the current economic
    transition and achieve an early
    return to full economic produc
    -.ess The people of Israel are
    no stranger* to vacnfice and they
    r.a.r already shown the capacity
    to overcome difficult problems
    and hai U bnd Bondj the
    -. *::-. :n dkeir :^zj^e to
    eel ihi rdopacnt
    this year
    Responsibilities of the Hour
    From Perspective of History
    %y JOSC*** J SCHWARTZ
    Vice *rudtrw<
    Israel
    The reiponAibtlities of the hour.
    the tasks of the moment can be
    evaluated property only in the
    perspectire of history Viewed
    from that perspectite. we can
    more fully appreciate The pro-
    gress that has been made since
    the e-stab!i?hTest of the State
    of lrael and the problem* that
    are immediately at hand today
    WkbH -a- The position of the
    Jewish people twenty year* ago*
    They were zTi'.l :r a atati of -hock
    after mfferinc .-.' r ^orst cata
    the Naxi- ';-tema'ic de
    ttm ~ [baa Jew
    -pe rtpflinlilll rd of
    ''. -.
    world that me The top Nazi
    mar i rta -a- had beca at-
    ec;t*^ 'he rerdicti at
    Plan
    rj of
    the ghastly enmes h:ch had been
    committed
    The Struggle Eseuini
    T* -
    had
    -
    ance aj Jean .r. th*. I
    eth cent were betti.
    ed stunned by an incompr?-
    ot. iosim i. samjJtTz
    wict pttu4tmi
    thaki
    tair.ty and concern about the
    re
    There *as only one ray of hope.
    thai could
    er the -. people
    of the d ; (impair that
    could r-
    make them whole asam a re-
    >'- 1 rat-: AJthougB I
    S:a^- of I-.-j. fid DOl ;. >,-
    the struggU for the lone-pr
    :sei -
    bzstor re th*1 r
    not be denied
    In th* preced.-..:
    landmark 5 Bated NafJaaa
    tion of r 29. I**", r.,
    ing for the *b..shmer.t o! -
    Jewi of hundred- of thousand- >'
    n of Hm \*ii holocau*: w
    in the balarce The British atat
    datory admir..--trat.on. tvaar. .
    from the clear intent of the R-
    four declarator., was prevent.- .
    the soealled ilefal imniu.'i'
    from reaching the shores of P.
    estine Some got through I
    British blorfcada hut mo-' i
    them were intercepted and e.
    -ned to Europe or
    at c y pn
    C*ftd.t.ons 20 Years Afo
    \i .'. tensini 'he irrrr.
    of Jew. pi nder.ee "
    - ere cirried on with ri
    rquency aga

    I-acK.r. ..;

    community had organized rta
    defense farei the Baaj
    oaat the rue
    of the ar ,.* -*
    The-e u, r )f the c
    - a-i '
    ..
    Continued en Paoe 3-C
    Bond Confab to Open Mar. 2
    Acrnrulrural production in the larae B'sor area in the North-
    western Negev haa been stepped up by ccceas to water
    brought in by the Israel Bond financed National Water
    Project.
    Continued front Page 1 C
    n he called to Jerusalem in
    September. 1950 He came f0 the
    I'nited States in May. 1951. to
    launch the fir-t Israel Bond cam-
    paign e. be held in this
    country
    Dtaaera, luncheons and other
    : held in conjunction with
    rence. both in the Great-
    i area and i m
    I he de-
    d to th" -^le of I-ra<-i Bond-
    in honor A B-n<;urion Ad:
    the celebration at the
    liinrblaaa will be based on
    the purchase of $1.000 or more
    in I-rael Bonds for 1967, in addi
    tion to the price of the dinner
    Some of the foremo-t leader*
    in American Jewish communal
    life will serve as officers of the
    inaugural conference ( onferencp
    .chairmen wi!l be Ix>uis H Boyar.
    of I.os Angeles, chairman of the
    board of governors of the Israel
    Bond Organisation, and Sai
    Rothher? of Peona. Ill national
    campaign chairman
    chairmen of he confer*'
    will be Col Jacob M Aney. hon-
    orary chairman of the Chicago
    mittee for I-rael Bonds; Mor
    rtl W R^rinst,:n. of Albany, na-
    tional chairman for I jra
    Guilden. of New York, national
    chairman, and Dr. Joseph J
    Sefawarla, of New York, vice pr. -
    ident
    The cor,: il| open on
    Thur-day. Mar 2. with a Panel
    of the national Women's Pn
    "f the Israel Bead Organisation
    at the Fontainebleau The In
    eon will feature the internat
    premiere of the 1967 Israel B
    i\n-istine m tfc
    ha coi
    ri.'r- It will be
    Harsh Vi
    Lola Bl of th.' for
    perajMultties in IsraeTi fa-
    KfQrld, will be the special pM
    the luncheon, at which Mrs Jj
    I'tree, chairman of the natio
    Women's Division, will preside
    r


    Friday. February 24, 1967
    *-Jcist fieritffan
    Page 3-
    SPICIAL GUEST WILL BE DESIGNER LOLA BEER
    IL omen s ^Division fo premiere
    67 Israel Jjfond j'asltion <3/i
    ow
    ' i
    is I '
    I
    !,* i the openini of the National
    i tional it
    , Fa hi will
    e , t will be
    he i i brsti i tui iere in the
    . pai <>.:; ant in ever) I
    , has i b en offt red undi i I he
    ... ( hairman ol the Women's Di ision,
    .:: collection include* haute couture
    lurs .- i'! a. manufactured ready-to-wear
    . lal le in many department itores and
    >- it the United States ami Canada
    :w il'tj combine lo make 'his
    ,! iii qu destined to bolster lsra<
    nulti nillion dollar fashion export
    .
    couture From the
    i Beer, Fin> Leitersdorf Gid< > n
    -i. ralmor and Pnina Shallon The
    Sti far Braun and Eliahu Neulandei
    Mon to-wear firmi
    i"< r collet!.on All their
    erchi el as i een supplied b) the Israel
    r<"i rid Exhibit ins in cooperation
    with th< n Center of the Israel Export In
    stitute '. \\ \ Them firms are Aled, Vrpaz.
    \: \. B l-Or. Beth Shemesh, Derbj Knit. Diva,
    Porina, Elai I lex, Elemko, G ttex
    Jadoli, Jantzen i>f Israel. Jercoli, Maskit, Matzkin,
    Schiff-Atlas. Shelly Boutique, Tadmor and Zamri
    Following the international premiere, the
    in will this year tour slxt) major cities
    " ih i S and Canada as a central element of
    the Israel Bond campaign Admission to the show
    "is is based on the purchase of State of Israel
    Bonds, which are a bulwark of Israel's economic
    development program.
    The premiere showing will in- staged and ac-
    ized bj Jordan Marsh .Miami.
    The expansion of Israels export industries
    and ihe channeling of her skills and manpower
    into new and existing industries whose output i-
    intended chit fly for export are of vital import
    anee to the nation's economy Fashion ex
    ports are one of the key factors m this program
    "I economic Strengthening, and the sale of ready
    to-wear merchandise on the world market has
    increased with each succeeding year
    One of Lola Beer's creations
    for the 1967 Israel Bond Fash-
    ion Show is this elegant gold
    evening pants ensemble.
    History Shows Is
    jl Our Responsibility
    M$. JAN PllKt
    chairman of women's division
    internationally renown-
    ed dress designer Lola
    will be Mar. 2
    fashion show speaker.
    Continued from Page 2-C
    a vacuum that was to hi filled
    with hope and meaning Ihrouph
    the ; i-ion of the S I '<
    Israi: on Ma) : 1948
    Vibrant Democracy
    Today. that hi
    pened m the past two d< ca U
    ia t only in relation tl h
    but lo all new and lie-.
    inc. countries, it i- almost imp".
    sible lo | i world
    l-iael From the ashes ol Ik
    there was bom
    fo
    i ps not n
    it- i nity, but
    f mankl
    Bet
    the growth Ihi
    ' I
    of Israel, the Jewish peo| < h..-
    liv< e future. As
    Israel has i
    that has become a sj m
    ull
    and
    ted Jewisl
    , i
    In I
    odern Jewish
    tor> tie from death to life
    From birth, Israel has never had
    an eas> time or an eas) life N '
    was handed to the people ol
    Israel on | silver platter
    even their Independence, and all
    the miracles of progress did not
    result from the waving of an)
    magic wands
    In passii from the abstract
    x of Israel to ihe concrete
    State of Israel, we. Ihe Jewish
    I le, h e .h quii ed a full
    s of o sibility
    an ility hinted by
    w hat Is possible oi pi ai l able,
    ess a real
    ti\e responsibility for the course
    ot 1 I it- role in the world
    Israel has achieved a p wit on of
    ngth because it has i e
    i
    Material Support
    ISI ''ii tllloil.
    prob man) ci
    me "a) oi ai othi i we h.<\
    i It thi
    lewish
    h
    th the I
    .i sti ante
    Israel Boi Is, we hat e had a
    Israi i achieve
    and ai even tl
    . tin' mil
    moral and mate:,.,: sup
    port tiie partnership the
    blending of our material re
    ces with Ihe human resources
    ol 1-; ha1 > produced the
    basic requirements for economic
    road- railways,
    harbors, electricity, water and
    pipelines, mine-, industries
    and agriculture In contrast to
    the helplessm -- ol twent) years
    ago. the state ot Israel has not
    only been able to take in more
    than 1.300.000 immigrants, but
    its economy has been sufficient!)
    reinforced through Israel Bono-
    Continued on Page 5-C
    K-G's 80th Birthday to be Noted
    Continued from Page 1-C
    (r more for 1967 in addition to
    " price i f the dinner.
    It is fitting that this e,reat
    statesman's birthday should be
    celebrated in this manner For
    the Israel Bond program was his
    projected by him sixteen
    0, at a time when Israel
    in the throes of sever* eco-
    nomic crisis And it was he who
    came to the United States in
    May, 1951 to launch the dl
    to dramatize the crucial im
    portance in Israel s Struggle for
    economic independence
    In that single word "bide
    peiuh nee" can he found the
    key to Ben (lurion s life and work
    He has devoted himself to the
    objective of building a new kind
    of .lewish life, a life free from
    the buffeting of persecution and
    lessnesa
    This has meant an unwavering
    From the firm of Tadr:
    comes this black and w!
    lecthci ensemble composed
    cl skirt, coat and vest.
    dedication to the ideal of Jewish
    statehood, never taltei |ng dUI
    the long years when thai seemed
    impossible of attainment It has
    also meant an insistence on sti
    defense and a sound economy a-
    the twin pillars Of a free Israel
    that would be able to achieve a
    level of self reliance and sell
    sufficiency
    This fierce striving for Jewish
    independence, which lies at the
    Continued on Page 4-C
    This oaua and pink mor.
    represents the :
    of Zai
    Shallon de-.
    i nsemble.
    REVIEWING MEMORIES OF THE BEGINNING
    The Early Days
    Of th eBond Drii (>
    By SAMUEL ROTHBEKG
    National Campaign Chairma i Israel Bonds
    When David I \<
    in pa .-...- evive
    of the v. :v fusl steps thai he I
    .
    i I
    in Iho I nited St.,;. s was not
    either in tins countrj or in '- ol 19
    Prune Ministei Ben-G
    to la) groundwork I
    ! : faith lo accepl it and to I that America
    would respond to it and set >uld be in
    tc repay tin Bo
    A- i think back to the sessions at el musl adm
    that the urgent need to rescui Israel om economic laps
    more than any other factor, left litth room for choice Th
    some fift) American Jewish leaders, with a sprinkling ol
    handful ol individuals from England was n< I b) any means unan
    n its endorsement of the Israel Bond pro tram But the'
    understood the critical situation I ve all, they |1 -:
    Mr Ben-Gurion's point of view and determination
    New and Decisive Arm
    it was from those unprom sing bi thai i neu an
    decisive arm of financial i ..< >' and it was slmo
    from the firmness and will ol tu man the Prime Minist<
    thai the Israel Bond idea was I .Tn.
    Prime Minister Ben-Gurion had a profound Impact oi
    ot us who were present at tha: i Jerusalem meeting i
    1950 His capacity to envision the -hape of the future, hi- call
    faith in Israel's ability to surmount the severe economic c:i-
    which it wa- experiencing, wen pi werful demonstration of th
    qualities which had enabled him to stand in the forefront of tl"
    movement for Jewish national rebirth
    Apart from his direct role in th< founding of the Israi I For.
    campaign, there is an even deeper connection between 1
    Continued on Page 4-C
    (


    I uys *-s^
    +Jelit) EhrMinn
    Friday. Februcr-.- \i
    Israei Bond* nave played a V.ta! role in ex- :e:.:.al of
    ponding T.e pr.ysiccl plan: and the export po- Worlds.
    Lhe Dead Sea Potash end Bromine
    ^e/i Gurion 9s 80th Birthday
    To be Marked at Inaugural
    Continued from Paoe 3-C
    root of the worldwide respect and
    esteem Gurion. had Us
    l of his
    formative year? It was impo-i-
    ble for an alert >oung Jew at the
    turn of the century in Poland,
    a part of Czan?t Russia, to
    r unaware of the depth and viru-
    lence of the anti-Semitism which
    surrounded him In his native
    -Gurion
    came known in nil is I
    Ai-h
    ige and lelf defe
    Champion of Zionism
    Di. t i ho later adopt
    I of B
    t in Jewish life and
    ic champion of Zionism
    h< beat Iher, who wa
    me of the wise men
    of 'hi- low n discuss Jewish ;
    with mi rid? and vi-
    ilora The ad
    vanced for his tim*". and was one
    ' 'ne first thai
    n clothini He i
    '.. and under his
    p Plonsk wa- the ei
    of Zionist foi the region
    Young David, even when a
    ild would listen in!.
    I his fa1
    hou ;- influence on him
    wa- profoui
    if to the
    i bettei
    t
    H; ise to

    with-
    H
    I
    the Laboi Zii
    \ itber "f these ac-
    tivities found favor with the
    Czai ne. and on aeveral
    ; Green wa? ar-
    i- tied and in p .
    .f time
    Self-Defense Leader
    more and more his
    thoughts turned i and
    Settling in P In 1904 he
    and some friei da founded K
    a Zionist .. to disseminate
    Zionist piopapanda. to study the
    Hi b < w larikjua^e and to prepare
    for life in the homeland
    At the same time. David Green
    retained p concern for the
    DAVID BEN GURION
    ion of the Jew? in the D
    i leader ol the Jew
    i-h self ,|> m Plonsk,
    and in fact proved to be one of
    it? most effective fund-raisi
    I i at fir-t
    rehi' help the group
    reminded of the danger of anti-
    and i
    of them, Hen Gurion
    ntually contributi
    ally, In 1906 Ben 11
    which had dm n hi do hi?
    childhood days and u:
    tine
    On hi.? arrival, he worked in a
    \.nietj of occupatioi as
    irer in the field?, and in the
    famed Rfshon-le-Zion wine
    lar? Iien-Gtirion ha- described
    the exhilaration of hi- first rj
    in the Ijfid of Zion. but he
    could not hide a sense of dittp-
    pointment. for it wa? not the Jew
    i?h homeland of his dreams A
    great number of Jew? depended
    on chaniv for their food, clothing
    and shelter and he found little
    of the dedication and determina-
    tion needed to huild an inde-
    pendent nation
    The discouraging situation wa?
    a challenge to hi? dynamic spirit
    and he proceeded to throw him
    elf wholeheartedly into the
    Zionist mo\ement and the labor
    Mwaj hi itrtastd
    the importance of the ideal of in
    dependence n he
    ?ou-ht to awaken in h -
    a pride and teuT-respcf that
    it too man) of them lacked
    Meets Ben Z.i
    It wa? duri pei >d that
    Gurion met a voung man
    who had ju?t come to I
    from Ru??ia. and who later adopt
    :. ame Itzhak Ben Zvi They
    n an a- m pur?uit
    of Zionist ideal? which develc
    into a mp that
    ended only with the death of
    Ben-Zvi, the second President
    the Stab :
    rUlion and Ben Zvi, in
    19io. founded a week- Hebrew
    he nami ach-
    It wa? in thi? pub
    tion that David Green first
    appeared under the nom de
    plU!
    lion i 'hat wa? to he -he name by
    which he wa? to be inscribed in
    lewish history
    \ letermination to build Jew
    i?h indi e ha- marked
    Gurion's entire career It wa?
    expressed in hi? effort? for the
    formation of the Jewi?h Lei
    which ?eived in World War I It
    ned ol the utmost historical
    importance to him that a Jewish
    ould be in the i
    of the British Arm) liberating
    from Turkish rule, and
    lenee of the
    1 to
    fight for then freedom if i
    bo
    That same commitn l l
    led hi his
    on building up the Ma
    ah as tin
    nmu-
    nit.v in 1 re -tatf
    wai achieved Her. Gurion knew
    veil thai the Jewi
    e could not rely on any
    other power, h iv ever friendly
    and well-intentioned, for then
    protection They would have to
    do it themselves, and the Ma
    ah wa? the instrument for carry-
    ing out that responsibilit)
    Creation of State
    He developed and executed
    for rescuing from
    Europe while Hitler was In ,
    er resulting in ?avmg far more
    le than seemed po??ible un-
    der the circumstances The cre-
    Contmued on Pag* 5 C
    mum mmum 4 nmtmui
    The Early Davs
    Of the Bond l)iiN
    Continued from Page 3-C
    I
    Ik ei Stati
    '
    mat. -vii wa)
    which Israt
    lo t ing 1 hi twee* 1-
    afte: |:
    the earl)
    of opp' rtuait n the d
    imn.
    Central Obiective of Independence
    Despil
    ntinue wil
    -v,.t result
    admitted 'he sick, the ha-
    any who sought '
    For the central
    achieve 'am the ke)
    \- the '< Moshe Shared expressed it. Um en
    immigration in 'he !..
    people and from that time forward nobod) else, BO Otht
    and no other DO
    homeland
    Political ind and now n
    function of Israel Bond? I
    independence to enable the pi Israel, old settler-
    immi-:..rt- alike to stand r own :
    From the?e difficult beginnings, the determinat:
    and its leader?, aided b) made availa' 1
    I?rael Bonds. ha> maiie Israel a showcase of progr*
    hardly a major di nt project initiated since 1951
    baa ilated by the proceeds from the sak
    Bonds. This includes the giant National Water Carrier
    brings water south from the S .alilec to the Negev. th.
    pipeline which caines oil to :he refineries at Haifa from t-
    which berth a: Klath. the construction of the new harbor at \
    dod and the expansion of the ports of Haifa and Elath: tbj
    ploitation of mineral resource?, including the phosphate deposit-
    at Dion and Arad. the oil at HeletZ, the copper mines at ]
    and the pota?h and bromine f the Dead Sea. the expansion if
    Iry. including the chemical Industry which i? desti
    play a role of ^rowm^ importance in laTael'i export t... ..
    ruction of roads, harbors, railways and I
    A Guide for Other Nations
    Israel's economic achievi exempli
    and 1 other new nation- l>'h made
    the resources which Israel Bonds have ptowded -
    are W
    Gurion The success of the 1- ae Bond Orgs
    i the validity of his faith in I Israel and
    ahilit 1 >d It has confii
    of thi 1 d ( aaada, their
    readines? to establish and devi 1 rampaii
    a fore nic comit>g of as
    It
    ay its leaders will I
    support of the sign which, like Israel it?'
    might never have .. without David Her i
    Worker in one of the two large textile plants in the TO]
    growing development town o Dimona founded in the Ni
    desert with Israel Bond resources.


    Friday February 24. 1967
    +Jkn1st rkrkfl&r
    Page 5-C
    History Shows Responsibility
    it a CI/IIMN
    noliwiml chairman
    LAMNrfNCf lASKfr
    chmirmm* of executive committee
    m 5* IM?
    -' A
    FV
    fi^^SJ is
    Continued from Page 3-C
    to provide the newcomers with
    homos and jobs
    Today, tarael Is passing through
    period ot economic readjust-
    ment In order to plaec th* econ-
    omy on a firmer footing, Israel
    i> shifting resources and man
    power to industries which pro
    duct.- for export, thus cutting
    down on the unfavorable balance
    of trade.
    In tins transition period, there
    la some unemploN ment and dil
    location But the experience of
    almost nineteen years of sacrifice
    and toil, of unprecedented pro
    gross against great Odds and tre-
    mendous obstacles, has produced
    a nation of men and women who
    will not flinch in the face of dif
    ficulties. nor succumb to any
    economic crisis
    s ** ** + -W
    Israel has given the Jewish
    people a purpose, s connection
    between past and future, between
    tragedy and triumph. Only if th"
    lessons oi those two decades are
    remembered bj us and passed on
    to our children, will it be possible
    in shape the path of the Jewish
    future two decades from now The
    key to the achievements of the
    past score years was that we had
    a definite goal
    Challenges Ahead
    it is not enough to taj that.
    after another generation has
    passed, we want to have Jewish
    freedom throughout the world
    and securit) in Israel, we need
    first of all to keep our eyes on
    the closer view the present
    with all its urgency. In that way
    we will be able to play a vital
    role in helping Ism I pass
    through its present transitional
    period with :i minimum of diff;
    culry? Both the long range view
    and the immediate goal are n
    sary to supply the new bricks to
    support the structure "t Israel
    twentj years from now.
    These are some of the chal-
    lenges for hrael and for all of
    US who have shown our concern
    for it- economic development
    through the Instrument of Israel
    Bonds, if we are cognizant of th*
    consequences, we will do our ut
    mo.-t to help Israel regain its full
    economic strength and momen
    turn of development If we do
    what is expected of us, we -hall
    help Israel turn 1JM>7 into a yea
    of quick transition from ccononv
    ic problems to a resumption of
    growth ami progress
    + + + + ***** + + + ***
    JULIAN B. ViNUKY
    10/ chairman lor regions
    JACK D. WtlLW
    secretary-treasurer
    iioii-Gurion Due Here
    itinued from Page 4-C
    the Si ol l-i ael it-<-li
    i pssion of the ii i i
    -in. i n GUI Ion and
    ho '"<>k this i
    e when the
    ..ion U.i-
    i.ssured and when, de
    I'nil .foi
    was little pro
    ihi approval '!
    othei friend
    nn ever;
    iv. e and aft<
    I p| ,!..' Bci
    path of bold
    ami independent action
    Statesman, philosopher, schol-
    ar, soldier, pioneei. Dat id Efc i
    Gurion has become a legend In
    his own lifetime History will
    celebrate bun as a fearless leadei
    iinl ; man ol ^ ision, a true proph
    el in our time, a modern Moses
    who led the Jewish people out
    ol th< rness into the Prom
    i-eil I and Unlike Moses, he re
    mained to see the promise ful
    filled
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    Friday. February 24 1957
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    *67 to be Big Year
    For Israel Economy
    B. LOUIS M. BOYAR
    Chiimin, B*rrf o< Gevs-rnemb
    I <#! Bend O^af"*****"
    Stf ..:i t>e a -- moon
    -
    -
    -
    -

    face.
    -
    - 1 expert* 02
    Si>*S would arr
    >JO.000 and certi
    an $50.000 000 at best
    3- response of the Jet*.
    the United SU
    sdi and '"her par's of the
    -e orld proved that the ex-
    *ef far from the mark.
    Stdy Progrtu
    Through the years, the Israel
    I nd campaign ha gore fror.
    ength to strength During the
    .>t two years cash sales aver
    . .ed more than $90 minion a
    ar
    \i a result of the steady oro-
    eM of the campaign, the pro-
    is from the sale A I-rael
    4s reached a to*a! )f $322
    luon by the end of 1966 a >um
    iich revitalized ev*-- of
    rant's economy, and helped
    ing the country to a high de
    of economic stability I-rael
    jld not possibly be on the
    reshold of a billion dollar year
    exports, if the Israel Bonj
    Tie wen not now within reach
    that impressive figure
    'h a growth in export trade
    truly remarkable \*
    ?e that the country >tal
    in 1951. when tl Israel
    i drive begar
    'j.OOO.uOO But in 1966 Is
    ted to IS
    hj we ca ard
    the >
    ear
    . iking a spe-
    c-.a. effort to sear its eeo*
    rtl Tru>
    Kill confronted
    -cted
    d on
    -
    - trad<
    perc
    Mearwwinf Trd Gap

    -. lai

    a"d
    - :
    Iboard prodoeti Sew empha
    - also being
    a- electronics, fine
    .cals and optical ;ood-
    hich raw materials are less irr.
    portant than skill and scientific
    knowledge
    To narrow the trade gap. Israel
    expand tti development pro-
    gram For this reason the Israel
    Bond campaign ha' adopted a
    goal of $115 million for 1967
    It is vitally important to Israel
    that we achieve this quota Its
    Development Budget for the com-
    ing year Mill be 29 percent higher
    than last year, and we must make
    sure that our Israel Bond tales
    increase accordingly Israel is
    now in a position where it mu-t
    rely on Israel Bonds for large
    scale resources for development
    to a greater extent than ever be
    fore There is no other source of
    .ubatantial funds to do the job
    We must realize, too. that it
    will not be enough if we reach
    the billion dollar figure by the
    end of the year We must reach
    it long before 1967 is over, or we
    will fall short of what Israel ex-
    pects and needs from u>
    Full Understondinf,
    In the earl> \ear of the Israel
    Bond drive, *he Jew* of the
    United States Canada and other
    nations were put to the test They
    were challenged to prove their
    wiUingneai ar.d their abilitj I
    help Israel out eroua
    economic situation in which it
    found itself at "hat til
    American .! I "hat chal
    lenge vsith a full 111
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    Israel's phospha'.e production is expected to
    reach 1.000.000 tons per year by 1970 as a re-
    sult of exploitation carried forward frith li
    Bond development hinds at Oron and Arad.
    of Israel's problem* in the I
    years of independence The:
    every r*a-">r to be confident I
    they will pass this vear
    well, and do their utmost to en
    able Israel to solve its present
    difficult economic situation The
    success of the 1967 Israel Bond
    campaign ill prove l
    r.rr-hip between j- a-, i tl
    pie of Israei is a- ci j--- 10 :
    m 1- ever
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    when you switch to
    the Smooth Canadian
    uwuMSi'-iiiiw ystarts ;:: s< -iwsj.j m^yx jimi* mkuiscoh- .


    Friday. February 24. 1967
    -Jmlsti n-rrkitor
    Page 7-C
    Worried Israel Surveys 'Brain Drain' 2^$E
    \F.\V '-. KK The Israeli Gov Israel. Special offices to aid the
    eminent xias conducted a survey return of the trained Israelis to
    i the 1 ted States to determine Israel, where they could contrib
    the reasons for the "brain drain" ate to the country's development.
    nail and students who .lave been established in New York
    ; or '. rly in the Lnited States, and Los Angeles, with a branch in
    ,!',,. iraga them to return to Tel Aviv aiding the project by ar-
    1
    V
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    President Zalman Shazar. of Israel, is presented with first copy
    of "Education in the American Jewish Community" by its
    author Dr. Samuel M. Blumenfield. director of the Department
    of Education and Culture of the Jewish Agency American
    Sectior. who was here recently for two seminars sponsored
    by the Bureau oi Jewish Education with Dr. Shlano Haramati.
    of the :s:ael Mm.jtry of Education.
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    ranging jobs, homes and other
    facilities for the returneea
    Some results of the survey were
    revealed this week by Abraham
    Ben Zvi, American representative
    of the Israeli Ministry of Labor,
    who is in overall charge of the
    project, with an office in New
    York
    He said he has found that
    there are 2,000 Israeli students
    in the United States, of whom
    the majority, 1,100, are gradu-
    ate students or men and women
    engaged in post-doctoral studies.
    In addition, 1,500 Israelis are in
    this country, having completed
    their studies and working here
    in various professional pursuits.
    Among the latter, 40 percent are
    engineers, 10-15 percent are
    physicians, and 20 percent are
    scientists, artists and social sci-
    entists.
    There are .1!-" about 1 000 other
    Israelis in this count!*) "I"1 have
    completed their studies but, for
    various reasons, have nol replied
    to questionnaire! sanl out by his
    New York office. Mr Ben-Zvi said
    While the latter group may include
    many Israelis who have no Inten-
    tion to return to Israel, the ma-
    jority of the 1.500 Israeli profes-
    sionals working in the lnited
    States indicated by their answers
    that they do plan to so back to
    Open School Day
    At Beth Torah
    Sunday was designated as Open
    School Day at Beth Torah Relig-
    ious School, Joel Gottehrer, school
    board chairman, announced.
    Parents of the more than 700
    students of the Hebrew and Sun
    day School Departments visited the
    39 classes and had the opportunity
    to see the program of the school
    in full operation.
    Parents were welcomed to the
    school at the beginning of each
    session in the Youth Room of the
    school building, where Gottehrer,
    Mrs Manny Marcus. Sisterhood
    education vice president, and Abra-
    ham J Gittelson. education direc-
    tor, extended greetings
    Members of the Religious School
    faculty are Dr. Max A Lipschitz.
    Cantor Jacob Renter, Mrs Madge
    Rosenbaum, librarian. Miss Carol
    McKenzie, music director. Mrs
    Shirlej Levin, Emanuel Feder.
    Sandy Andron, Hyman Cohei
    Mrs Roslyn Seidel, Mrs Meira
    Homer Joshua Segal, Michael
    Frisch, Mrs Sheryl Zigler, Mrs
    Minam Abrahams, Miss Hans U
    hack Miss Tobj Cavell, Mrs
    Pesh Dennis, Mrs Lillian stem
    fmk. Mi- Florence Ginesin, Mrs
    Doroth) Gruen and Mrs, Edith
    Kata
    Society Elects
    Smith President
    Flagler Federal's
    David .1 Smith, director of pub
    lie relations of the Flagler Fed
    erai Savings and Loan Association
    if Miami, has
    been n a m e d
    president of the
    S .1 \ l n gs and
    Loan Public Re
    lations Society
    of South Flor
    Ida
    The Society
    also named
    Mona Zarobin-
    s k i. Miami
    Beach Federal.
    I secretary.
    and Arthur
    llollvwood Federal, as
    Israel. Of the total of those 1,80b,
    all but about 15 percent have re
    tained tneir Israeli citizenships,
    Ben /.'. i >t:ited.
    He 1 til 1 that a study
    attempting to trace the motivations
    for c d or permanent resi
    in 'hi- country by both stu
    dents and professionals wa>
    launch' i by the Israel Govern-
    ment The stud} 1- now being con
    b) the Bur iau ol Applied
    imbia I'ni-
    the United
    s' nd rewrit-
    ten 11 ijecl ving that the
    stu ly may bi ational
    il. to
    the why
    eati
    SMITH
    Jim Bishop, syndicated column-
    ist and author, was installing of-
    ficer for the Hudson County, N w
    Jersey, Club, recently in the
    Auditorium of Forte Towel
    Judge Morris E. Barison. retired
    jurist of the New Jersey Juvenile
    and Domestic Relation- Court, was
    Installed president
    Other officers named were !ir-;t
    vice president, Harrj Herman
    ond nt, Councilman <>f
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    Friday. February 24. 196"
    Refresher Course
    For Nurses Slated
    The South Florida Hos|
    Council is sponsoring a nurse- ri
    fresher course for cradu.i-, p
    fe-Monal ReKistered NlBBCI lx
    Stalling Feb. 2 The 20-hour let
    ture aeries will be held at Jacksoi
    Memorial Hospital on Tuesda) an
    Thursday evenings from 7 to >t :\
    p.m
    Following the series, two week-
    of clinical practice will be offered
    in community hospitals.
    The course is open to nursei
    eligible for registration in th
    State of Florida.
    Officers of the Greater Miami Chapter of the American ORT
    Federation are installed at a recent reception in the Deauville
    Hotel. Seated (left to right) are Abner Levison. recording sec-
    retary, Abe Kutash. chaplain; Ira Weiner, vice president;
    Harry A. Rosenblatt, president; Paul M. Taylor, vice pres-
    ident; Clem I. Lipman, editor. Standing (left to righO are
    Sidney Raymond and Sam Norkeen. board members, Max
    S'idvSM
    Daniel Neal Heller (right', a top leadership chairman of the
    967 Combined Jewish Appeal campaian. accepts a contiibu-
    on from student Lenore Bienenfeld, representing the Hebrew
    Academy Student Fund. The check presentation on behalf of
    .e CJA was also witnessed by Rabbi Alexander S. Gross.
    ncipal of Hebrew Academy.
    Men's ORT Installs Officers
    Ireatei Miami M i Chapter of
    iRT Federation install-
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    gulis, membership chairman; Mrs. Henry L. Balaban. who
    presented a program of songs; Judge Louis Balaban, install-
    ing officer; Georqe Linden, board member; Daniel Neal Heller,
    president emeritus; Barnett Moskin and Herman Howard,
    members of the board. Not shown crre Morris Teller financial
    secretary; and Isidore Karp, vice president.
    Miami Hebrew Book Store
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    'Good Samaritan' Goes to Silberman
    Saul Silberman. president of
    Tropical Park, has been selected
    o receive the Variety Club's
    "Good Samaritan" Award for 1966.
    Announcement of Silberman's
    selection was made tins week by
    t hiel Barker George MacLean
    The prominent sportsman and
    rhilanthropist was selected by
    Varietj Club Tent No 33 "for hi<
    (i in bi ha I ol \ arietj Chil
    Hospital, and particular!)
    h gift of a sunshine i
    to tin- hospital for the use of am

    Silberman was presented his
    award at the annual installation
    banquet and dinner dance on
    Saturday, Jan. 7, at the Deauville
    Hotel.
    Othei awards made at the tra-
    ditional gala event were "Great
    Award, presented to Hen
    Roman, of Miami Beach, "in ret
    ognition ol his volunteer service
    in behalf of the annual "Show ol
    Shows', Variet) ( lub's major fund
    raising event which, each veai
    provides between 115.000 and
    100 foi the support of the hos
    pita! "
    The "Great Gal" Award, to Mrs
    Maura) Aahmann, "for her out
    standing work with the Variety
    Women*! Committee as a volunteer
    in the hospital gift shop
    A special award for "Unique
    Distinguished Seiice" was
    to Mrs Adrian Thai "for her
    man) yeai irk as a volunteer
    at the hospital
    Jerr) Bell, director ol the Mi
    ami Marine Stadium, was in-
    stalled as 1907 chit
    Tent 83
    Other members of th* Variety
    Club officers group include Pet-
    er Moser. Newell C. Taylor, Paul
    J. Safer, Gordon Spradley, Jul-
    ian Cole, Sigmund Eisenberg,
    Melvin Karl, Victor Levine, Har-
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    Shepard
    General banquet chairman was
    Victor Levine, a past chief barkei
    of Variety club
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    Hoberman Heads Music League
    Louis Hoberman, Surfside vice Dworkls, Helen Glazier, LiMian
    mayor, was installed as president <_ i .. .
    ,. ,,, ,, ,, ., """, Graber, Estclle llubcniian l i <>i the Miami Hoach Music and Arts
    League recently al the Carillon Su"'vl Ti":Na VVolshin, Aids Yi
    Hotel, with Metro Mayor Charles ;> Dora Soloway, Leonore Man.!,
    (I huck Hall s, rving as Installing : ",'"'
    of In. i .
    Gueal of honor was Rudolf
    Friml, one ol the world's outstand-
    ing compose.-. v. i.., was f< I
    in a concert |
    Ic and Aii- League in ll
    I oi hi., in honor oi Ins
    87th birthdaj
    hairnti n for the annual in-
    nd Kwartin, Isidore i
    r, Ruth Freeman, Olga B
    Sinn. Albert Frej itadt
    V
    Jamaica Cites
    Miami Hospital
    of Lebanon Hos
    rtajlation w. Boris M Grabci the recipient of an \ppre.
    '..ouis Merwitzer. who accepted the presidency halt ol the Academy and lauded his un-
    o( the Hebiew Academy foi the seventh year,
    honored with a testimomal breakfast by
    nembers of the Academy. Prof. Georae Pickar.
    hciirman at the special breakfast, paid tribute
    to "Merwitzer's many accomplishments on be
    ish devot.on." Left to tight are Oscar Mam-
    ber, Oscar B. Shapiro. Joseph Cohen, Harrv
    G> net, Merwitzer, Sam Reinhard and B. I
    Binder.
    Snow Bird Heads LJA Unit
    \ Miami Beach winter resident The Fund has raised a total of
    one of the seven lop American S15.9 million to date for the eon
    ewish leaders named national struction of 48 major educational
    hairmen of the Israel Education and cultural facilities and the es
    Fund <>f the United Jewish Appeal tablishmenl of student and teacher
    .ist week
    postwar career, pyramiding an
    Louis Siegel, both i a I
    idents
    Newly elected president Hob
    erman has served during the
    past 10 years as a vice president,
    executive secretary and board
    member of the Music and Arts
    League. He organized and has
    served as president of the Surf-
    side Music Society since 1959.
    Last year he was awarded the
    annual citation for outstanding
    cultural efforts by the Music
    and Arts League.
    Hoberman lias also served as
    ;>!( .id. nt of the Dade Chaptei of
    the American Jewish Con
    chancellor commander of the
    George Gershwin Lodge, Knights
    of Pythias, vice president oi the
    Surfside Civic Assoc, and has been
    tune nominated for the Dade
    Count) "Outstanding Citizen
    Award "
    other officers Installed included
    eiyht itorv apartment house in Ins b \, i u j ,
    -Sam Annis, Joseph doodman. Wal
    The appointment, announced by
    oseph Meyerhoff and Charles J
    ley, the Funds respective
    chairman and president, marks -,n
    nteasification of the drive initi-
    ated i>> the ll A two years a
    critical shortages affecting
    scholarships The total >>f 33 high corporations, In 1958. he was m
    ichools ol all descriptions activat- lected by Esquire Magazine as one
    ed by these funds has been hailed "' the nation's r>4 outstanding
    as a "historic breakthrough" i>y "Bright Young Men'' in science.
    Israel education officials and politics, the arts and business
    brings the national coal of 72 new
    native town of Tarrant, Ala., into ter Palevoda, Ben Lawson. vice
    a multi-million dollar group of presidents, flyman Cleon, treasur-'
    er; Lillian Baiter, seeretarj
    Board of director* include Irv
    high schools by 1!70 within range
    Kanter, who was also named a
    The Kanter Corp., of which he
    is president, combines real estate
    brokerage, financing, designing,
    contracting and operation of new
    housing units. Among the out-
    standing projects which it has
    nationally, as the Fu ll leps upj bui is Fortsf Park modern
    '.....to meet construction goals piJnnecf community outside of
    for public libraries, community Cincinnati
    centers, pre kind) i gai tens
    high schools Among many diverse activities
    An out .n Cincin- '" ,'1">'1""-"- Kanter is a director
    nati real estate dev. pinei d "' lne local ,''u'^1' Welfare Fund
    finance, he i>i chairman i""1 ;' "" mber "f "! "''<
    of the i id. LJA Young ,""i'' '" ""' l'",ut- Jewish Com-I
    el's system i secondary edu | UJA national chairman, is expect-
    ation '(' '" intensifj his already active
    role in the midwest as well as
    Announcement of the appoint
    -nent of Joseph Kanter. of 6010
    No. Bay Rd., Miami Beach, and
    he other co-chairmen was made
    ~n the heels of the national
    Jnited Jewish Appeal annual
    -onference in New York City.
    Realtor Simon
    Nati. Vice Pres.
    Of Farm Brokers
    0i ge A Simon, Miami realtoi
    >i past i ej ional v Ice president
    t the National Institute of Farm
    ' il Land Brokers was elected na
    ional vice president at the Insti
    ute's annual meeting in Miami
    i ach.
    Officers <>t the Institute ol Farm
    Land Brokers are elevated an
    liallj which would make Simon
    mal president in two years
    he Institute is part of the Nation
    '> u al: m "i it. al E date
    rds
    Simon is an accredited farm
    i and has been in the real
    state field since 1!I4!>. <>!>i i.ilin |
    Hicis ni Miami and Ft lander
    ale
    leadership Cabilll I He is now a
    member ol the executive commit-
    tee ol both the Cabi d the
    I J A
    A veteran of the Battle ol the
    c and an active participant in
    the rescue and rehabilitation of
    thousands of displaced persons in
    Europe, Kanter had a meteoric
    munity Relations I omn ittee He
    has also served as finance chair*
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    I lilted Nations in i >hio
    Ing Btllig, Fannie Broad. Irvine
    Spear, Marian Spear. Charles
    (Chuck) Hall. Joseph Malek, Dr.
    Louis Bunini. Fred Cold. Judge
    Raymond Wise. Sol Liskin, Jerry
    Rosenthal, Dr David Morns, Allan
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    U.S. Promises Assist to Ease
    Tensions A long Syria Border
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    WASHIHGTON United States Government has
    promised I-rael that Washington
    will do its best to ease tensions on
    the Syrian border although offi-
    cials said that proposals for a joint
    American-Soviet peace approach
    were unrealistic
    Administration authorities char
    cterued the Damascus officer
    clique in command as so reckless
    us to be unresponsible to a Soviet
    intercession even if Moscow sought
    to quiet the border situation. But
    Washington feels that the Soviet
    Union has its own interests to
    serve in the region and profits
    from tension by seeking to under-
    mine pro Western Arab regimes
    while supporting radical Arab ele-
    ment- Officials here said there
    wu no evidence to indicate thai
    Russia was concerned about Syrian
    harassment of Israel.
    Ambassador Avrjhim Hirmin
    had a one-hour meeting this
    week with Under Secretary of
    State Nicholas de B. Katienbach
    t the State Department and Mid
    later that they had reviewed the
    Syrian border situation. The am-
    bassador said he had explained
    the seriousness of the situation.
    Major American newspapers edi-
    torially stressed the gravity of the
    Israeli Syrian border situation and
    questioned the effectiveness of
    urea to abate tension there
    The New York Time- pointed out
    that Israel cannot tolerate forever
    a situation in which the Soviet
    veto makes Security Council action
    one-sided and in which IN Initia-
    tives seem to come after Syrian
    aggression but in time to prevent
    Israeli retaliation.'*
    The Washington Post, comment
    :ng on Secretary General U Thant's
    initiative said that "unfortunately.
    Mr Thant did not address himself
    to the roots of the current flare
    up." His initiative, the paper said,
    "provides Syria a cover for a li-
    creet withdrawal, but the prohlem
    of regional order will remain '
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Paqe 12-B
>Jtist flcrkHan
Friday, February -4. 196?
Tamid Sister- Fina x Amhowitz, Jack Yasman Louis
i who recently c'\ ip me.- Cchen Hermcn Fe!r;rr.cn Era Rosrnfeld Jack
rershio lur. Euccr.e Lc"> Green berg Georqe Reiter, Abe Fcgelmcn, Hen-
oviti, spiritual leadi Darlton Blal ^id^t rf Sister-
Edward Klein end Brvce P. rtiort- hocJ. Not thown s Mrs. Harry Chester,
a! dir etc:. i Mesdames A'
Candidates Seeking Terms
In New Florida Legislature
Pol!> will I nnins at
7 am. next Tuesday, Feb 28. for
.vatewide election* to the Florida
; i gialature.
The election, for representatives
anc senators in both houses, was
made necessary as a consequence
of the recent federal ruling on re
apportionment
Senators and representatives
ran for offl I ..no won then
.' I .lied to run
A- .i '>f the fed-
i enforced
-
he
i ids Senate
list of
late*
Pul Steirberg
F'einbei
i
i
\ the
.. sti n
t
He also I'
i Beach Elks Loi g< 16 :. Mi
"HE CARES
ABOUT PEOPLE"
FAvvi .
PAUL
STEINBERG
LEGISLATURE
District 109
Pull Lever 40C
i
\.I\I
ami Beach Taxpayers Association,
and Democratic flub of Miami
Beach, and is an active member of
the toast Guard Reserve

Stephen Butter
Stephen H Butter, attorney, and
author of the forthcoming book.
"Legal Rights of Women in Fior-
ina, is running lor a seat in the
House of Representatives
Butler is on the board of dine
tors of the ( ouncil for Internation-
al Visitors ol Greater Miami. Inc.,
i the Junior Chamber ol ( Ota
men i
Butter program for senioi
tides .. "more affective
nursing home, low cost hou
. .i state aid to the ..
nis progi im for eon munit> li
velopment includi s bettt
atiom -
unt> in-
creased teachers salaries, ai d anti-
crime legislation."
Bob Hortnett
Rep Bob Hartnett, a b
man. ha> qualified for reelection
to the State Legislature in
District 10G House Seat from Dade
County.
Hartnett was elected to the pi st
la^t year with a 54 6 percent of
the vote win over three oppo
in the fu st primary Since that
time, he has served on a numix-r
of ke> interim and legislative com
mittees, including work in the
fields ol mental health, child wel-
fare and highway safety
Hartnett. member of a pioneer
Gables family, said. 1 am partic-
ularly aware that we must shift
the burden of taxation. We must
find ways to reduce the costs ol
government, to search for savings
in every department of our state
eminent, to find way especi
to reduce the tax bill placed
.n the homeowners
Dick Renick
Dick Renick. top Dade County
vote .< I 126.000) in last Novem-
ber's state legislative races, has
qualified as a candidate for Sen
ator in Florida's newly created 48th
district.
Renick, who was elected to the
House last year, relinquished his
House seat to seek the Senate
spot
The Senatorial candidate, a Dade
resident for the past 27 years, says
act! e participation in community
affairs and as member in scores ,>t
civic organizations "has provided
the background and insight to rep
resent all Dade County and all
Florida
Fellow legislators named Renick
to U> committees, including la
viads and highways, and the POVJ
t-rful public safetj committee
Leo Furlong
Leo Furlong is running for a
in the Houst ol Representa
lives
A Dade County resident for 18
years, Furlong is married and the
father of four children He is a
1952 t nivei lity oi Miami gradu
ate. and was i, i ognized b) the
i s Junior Chamber of Comn
ne ol the "Outstanding Young
Men of America
He is a hanker, insurance exec
utive, real estate managei
lator, and business and civic lead
er A captain in the I'S Armj
Reserve, he IS a director and CO
chairman of the National < onfei
ence of Christians and Jews and
formei IIC* than man ol the Metro
Miami River Authoi tj
He served In the Florida Legis
lature in 1968-64

Bob Brake
Bob Brake is a candidate for a
seat in the Florida House of Rep
rcsentatives.
The 39-year-old Coral Gables at
torney has been a Dade County
commissioner and is a 15-year
resident here
" Dade County needs a man who
can reflect experience in local af
fairs and government, he said.
He pledges to be a constant
fighter against special interests
His supporters say he initialed ac-
tion on county libraries and lot
Clearing and pollution control
ordinances

Maurice Ferre
Dade Count) businessman Maur
ice I-1 i re seeki election to tin-
Florida House ol Representatives
in District 91, p
lation creating a St. ti
sumers < ouncil cause ph
labeling, weighing, i nd pai
are in i ff< el b II ing many, man)
i it of theh hard < ained
ITS
Ferre tai I >f elected he would
it legislation proposed sei
, ai months ai i bj state Sen
George Hollaban and Count) Com
missioner Harold Greene establish
ing a state Consumers Council
Ferre listed four major areas
where action is urgently needed
to safeguard or improve the rights
of consumers: "< 11 packaging and
labeling. (2i credit, i I consumer
services, and i4i unfair selling
practices
Richard Marx
Richard Marx is a Democratic
nominee in District 10D. county |
wide vote, for the Florida House of
Representatives
In announcing his candidacy.
Man Mid that Florida is on the
brink of a dangerous defiance of
demociatic principles
"A public tgencj should fighl
ciime not a private police
force let's put an end tO
wing extremism which is foreign
t the idl ll nation
Get-Together For
Young Marrieds
Young Mai ri< d Couples ( lub of
Temple Beth An
foi mal et-togel
ing m tl" hall
'l liae i in is chairman of the
ip w Im I) is open to couples 30
v eai s nt ,, I, r
Auction Sole Aids
Youth Aliyah
Herzl Group of Htdassah
hold its regular monthly
me ting on Monday, l; ,
at the Aiglets H
Following a brief busil i. -.
ing. an auction salt u; ,. h,
to BUPPOrl the Youth Mr mo<
ment m Israel Mm Sam M<
elman and Mr- Florei lie,
stein are in chare of the lUCtii
RECOGNIZE
THE NAME..
17-C
Kenneth M.
UVIYERS i
RE-ELECT
REPRESENTATIVE
KENNETH M.
MYERS
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Anyfh'ii? Mode Out of Corwos
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to right-wing extremism which is foreign to the ideals of
this great nation This is how "witch hunts and
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J3<*r ^Aiitzvalt
\
i
Htnry Rosenkrani
n, Mi .ii I Mrs,
[(. Ba afitxvah at
. jation on Satnr-

ill grade stu-
Junior High,
tiding Beth Da
... Si k I for the past
>i- V elchrant playa
. r, ai. I is Interested in
tin* and iporta He via
I in 191
Bruct Kaolan
"lie ill nf Mr and
: i Kaplan, will become
Satin da). Feb 23
i iu-EI
in 1 'nil grade at
; 'i School His
imp and
trop
I) i :
I d at
. I on Satu

H
101
David ko'sky
rvice I
i North Dade,
rington Fe Ii i al
ft -- || include
B | h in ai Nerl en K >l ... u
Oi ill follow the
entl
M i. r: I ,i!-(i ;il
- .. Reii He
i .:. -; ita ind hi
npn
:<-- atti
Mr Mo Ik K
Bronsteln
ami.
f m
Mjrci Ponn
da) on'iiiHt Feb 24.
liter of Mr and
v an Pozin, I74ii Daytonia
* be Bas Mitzvah at Tern
mid
Mart., is a student at Nautilus
JUi iigh and Temple Ncr la
nali urns .school She serves
aft trei irer of the Spanish Club.
a**' iwimming and dancing
""ili'W mg the aervicea, a recep-
It- held in the Sklar Aud
: the temple, and on Sat-
iv evening, Mania will be hon
I a! a reception at her home.

Lee Smith
Mark, .son of Mr. and Mrs
fid Smith, 1030 NK 179th St.
M ami Beach, will celebrate
Bar Mittvah at the Saturday
sen ice on Feb. 25 at
D'}! \dath Yeshurun
the seventh trade at John F
Junior High. Lee la an
r roll Student, and plays the
|nn. t in the school band.
Honing the services, Mr and
Si ith "ill give a reception
t a
as
: honoi of ''u-ir son. and also a
turda) evening .it tl \
Bca iv l 'i race Hotel
(Ii ai pa i nta Mr and Mrs
Nathan Smith, Mr, and Mrs S I
Ettii 'i Miami will help cele-
ite the mi asion,
Paul Gavras
Paul, son of Mrs Frieda Gas. raa
will h- called t" the Torah during
Saturday morning services, Feb.
29, .it Temple /ion
Paul is an eighth grade pupil at
Smith Miami Junior High and is
..< live in sp irts
Kiddush follow ii the ser\ ices
al the Holiday Inn
will be hosted bj Mrs Gavrai
' os Glantx
Lois, da h I Mr and Mrs
Glanl 190 SM
v il bei n i ::,,. Mitzvah dur
evenii sen ices
mi
e student
r Higl and Is in-
ir actii ities
/ will host
following the
the celebrant
Jav ESrl eh
Mr Si
le en J
Bar Mitzvah at
i I Saturdi
::
eai S
ous >< hool He
interested in

Michael Woliand
On nig, Feb 25,
Mil .:. ll .11 and Mrs \|nr
will be Bar Mitzvah
at Tei 1 imid
hael i- a student at Nautilus
tumor High ai d Nir Tarn id Re-
is Schoi I He i- an active
tsn i ind sings In the Ner
ram id Junior Choir Kiddush will
follow the services
i in Saturday evening. Michael
will be honored at reception at
the Diplomat Country Club.
Out-of-town guests arc great
grandmother, Mr, Elizabeth San-
drew, grandparents, Mr. and Mrs
Benjamin Sandrew, Cleveland, o
Hal Jacobson
Hal Martin, son of Lewis Jacob-
son, 7552 Adventure Ave will In-
come Bar Mitzvah on Saturday
morning, Feb. 25. at Temple Men
orah
Hal is a student in the Religious
School and is a seventh grader at
Nautilus Junior High Hal received
the all around American Legion
Award for his six years in Treasure
island Elementary School
Henry Rostnhrmnz
lay Chrfich
Bruc' K.plcn
David K of shy
National Temple Executive
Sylvan Lebow in Miami Now
Sylvan Lebow, of New York, e\ He w ak on '"T lern
ecutive director of the National R I Judaism o Sum
F< .!> ratioi rent Brother- 10
hoods, will maki -
ni this wi N:
Dcde Federal
Listed On Top
George C Nj I vici
ind d Nat >i
: e Ri

Federal 5
\...... it
"was th< ader i
i
>a
1.419
: '.. :, I
first a" ong all savings and
i iations
that o< erall i il
was at the lov irel during th
U i. > -i. and that "leading
n all clas ses ed sig
nificant volume decline with the
exception of Dade Federal Sax
ings
Sorted Art Classes
Janie Hessler. assis.ant to the
1 'ate Warren Soned. has announced
he resumption oi regular art
-lasses at 3919 Alton Rd lite Ol
the Soned Art Gallen
Rabbi-Author At
Temple Institute
Dr David Polish, spiritual leadei
of Temple Beth Emet, Kvanston
111 and author of 'The Eternal
Dissent," "The Higher Freedom."
and co-author of A Guide for Re
form .lews spoke on What I- the
Meaning of Jewish Peoplehood?" at
Beth Sholom's annual Institute on
Judaism for Public School Teach
r- following services al the Tem-
ple on Saturday, at 12:30 p.m.
Institute is conducted by the
Hoard of F.ducation. and the board
if the Sisterhood of Beth Sholom
in recognition of annual Brother
hood Week sponsored b) the Na
tional Conference of Christians ami
lews
Mrs Joseph Pardo and Mrs Dav
id Miller are co-chairmen of the
luncheon arrangement- committee
Rabbi Leon Kronish spiritua'
leader of Beth Sholom. moderated
he discussion
.* Ill
':i' *
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m
Racbi Leon Kronish wi'l par-
ticipa'e in the discussion aPer a
show ng of a new motion pic-
ture, ''Anyone Around My Base
is I'." starnrg V.artin Baisain.
v will

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I Btotl
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Coral G
Bank Exec's
Certain Career
Brings Him Here
Sixtj 5 eai 1 ago, a j oung mar
in a career with a French
ink in Russia At the time.
Louis Orloff didr I know whether
: enjoy hank
The career ha- w orke I nit well
for the tanned, smiling and con-
il Orloff He has :u-t cole
'rated his fioth year as a hanker
At present, he is a vice president
if the Jefferson National Bank of
Miami Beach
After graduating from the Com
mercial Institute, where he re
ceived instructions in banking, Or
"off took a position w ith 'he Agenci
d'Odessa Bank in Russia Jan 31
1907 He eventually came to tht 1
United State- In 1926, shortl;
after the Manufacturers Trus
Company absorbed the State Ban'
of New York, he was made assist
ant manager of the bank's office ii
Brooklyn
He was promoted to manager, 1
he h-ld until his retiremen
in 1957, at which time he move*
to Miami Beach.
was not
for the
a Federal B 1956
-

.: the
SWAN lB0W
Live Oaks Car Service
1
2200 NW 26th St .
1. has inaugu
tion wagon sen the con-
venience of Miami Beach resii
wishing ''' visit friends or relal
al the Home Leaving the municipal
parkin,; lot on the east side if
VVashington Ave one block south
if Lincoln Rd each da) at 1 |
he -tat on wagon makes the return
up daily at 9 p m
Starring Fare
At Wometco Sites
\ Man and a Woman' will he
it Wometco Parkway Art Theatre
tailing Friday
In color and starring Anouk
V'mee, the film features the star
who gajmered Besl Actress i>> Hol-
lywood Foreign Pre-- and also the
lie-t Foreign Film awards
In its sixth week at Wometco s
Mayfair, Sunset and Normandie
Theatres is "Georgy Girl," star-
ring Lynn Redgrave, winner of
the Best Actress Award by the
Hollywood Foreign Press. Also
starring are James Mason and
Alan Bates.
Sat 1 Pebbles." in color an i
PS ; t sp
oad show with r ances at -
Starru Steve Mc(j lo< 1
.ii < Richai i
meh
ll.
't*ki*\
J
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lldren of the fourth arade of the Temple
:j-E1 Sciomon Schechter Day School
act o "Salute to Hawaii." A prcqram of
awo :t:n dancers, sonqs and fruits was pre-
ntr-d. Left to right, front row, seated, aie
athan Adle: Susan Jacobs Debra Cowan.
atalie Rubinstein, Lauri Cutler Jodi Green
end Robc-rt Kitsch. Stand nq: V key,
Shorty Genuth, Ethel Pnul, Ma! Stuart
Gudwin, Lora Gardner, Robin Silver Rebei ca
Bear, Zita Wilensky. Front is Diana Fine
her cuitar. Hear 1 looking nr. is Mrs. ]'.
ri, teacher.
/ Jttil AJilviil ^_.'ii.)i,',).t/i. rKeliai&itt ^'-'rv>.-
essing
Mr. and Mrs. Zvi Rosenkranz
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