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

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"Jewish Floridlian
Combining THt JEWISH UNITY and THt JEWISH WEEKLY
lume 40 Number 9 Mami. Florida. Friday. March 3. 1967 Three Sections Priced:
prael Bond Confab Opens on Beach
$115 Million Sale Drive to Feature
\isit Here of David Ben-Gurion
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BIN-GUKiONS lift AMD T/Mf S SIC. C
KOTHBtBG TO Bt HONOBtD PAGE 5-A
ISKAl I FASHION SNOW PAGf SB
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The eyes of the Jewish world
will be on Miami this weekend as
David Ben-Gurion, author and sym
bol of Jewish statehood, makes his
first visit to this fit> to open the
1!;t Israel Bond campaign for
SI 15 million.
Despite the fact that attendance
at the inaugural dinner that will
celebrate Ben-Gurion's Both birth-
da}, Saturday evening (Mar 4i is
The celebration of Ben-Gurion's
8uth birthday will also stress his
central role in th'- creation and
launching of the Israel Bond Or-
ganization Several ol the top
American Jewish leaders who con
ferred with the former Prime
Minister in Jerusalem in Septem
her. 1950 to draw up plans for an
Israel Bond program will share Ihe
dais with Ben-Gurion Saturday
ba id on a purchase of a minimum evening
of SI.000 in Israel Bonds, scores Among these will be Hi'thli
oi would-be guests have had to who will preside al the Inaugural
be turned awaj because of lack of dinner; Abraham Feinberg, presi
-pace in the Grand Ballroom of dent of the Israel Bond Orgai
FORMER PRIME MINISTER BEN-GURION AT 80
BIGOT REPLACED
cwish VP Takes Post
n Wayne School Bel.
IARVARD
aw Dean
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7rm8 No
jas Policy
MBRIDGE. Mass. (JTA)
Krwm N. Griswold, of the
ii (I Law School, declared in a
lient issued here this week
Ihe Law School had always
I discrimination in place
Ol its students. He also an-
bd the appointment of a fac
committee in the school's
nent office "to see 'hat the
- polio of non discrimina
maintained
university said that the
Bjnent had been recommended
oint faculty student commit
in the law School which has
the matter Of discrimination
consideration for several
Continued on Page ll"A
WAYNE, N (JTA New
ton Miller, vice president of the
Wayne Township School Board
who had earlier this month called
for the defeat of two Jewish candi-
dates to the board, was himself
replaced this week as vice pre-i
dent by the only remaining Jewish
member of the board
Miller, who had urged the de-
feat of two Jewish candidates be
cm-., he -aid the .lews were lib
erals." especially when it came to
pending for education, stepped
down as vice president in tavoi
of Fred Lifer, whose seat on the
board was not up for election in
last week's balloting Laler was
elected vice president unani-
mously
Miller, who was sharply erit-
iciied for his remarks, declined
to retract them although he de-
nied he was an anti-Semite. Jack
Mandell and Fred Kraose. two
Jews whose defeat Miller had
called for, were badly beaten in
the election.
When the new board met this
week to elect its officers. Later was
elected to succeed Miller David .1
Continued on Page 13-A
the Fontainebleau Hotel More
than 2.500 leaders from the United
Stati s .uid Canada will t.ik. part
in the inaugural dinner
The unprecedented response
to the dinner was attributed by
Samuel Rothberg, national con-
ference chairman, not only to
the wide popularity of the found-
er of the St./? of Israel, "but
also to a growing awareness of
the needs of Israel in expanding
its economic development in a
year of economic transition."
tion. Hi Joseph -I Schwartz, vice
president; and Julian B Venezky,
national chairman for regions
Another significant aspect of Ihe
1967 campaign is that it will be
known as the "billion dollar yeai
because the sale of Israel Bonds
from their inception in 1951 is
expected to surpass the billion dol-
lar figure this year at the same
time as Israels exports are expect-
ed to reach a billion dollars \v of
the end of 1966. the Israel Bond
Continued on Page 7-A
ON GROUNDS THEY DIDN'T MEAN IT
Pardons are Sought For
"Errant' Israeli Newsmen
JERUSALEM (JTA) The
families of the two Israeli maga-
zine editors imprisoned for pub
lishing information connected with
the State's security, appealed this
week to President Zalman Shazar
to pardon the two men Ihe ap
peal, which was filed on behalf
of Shmiicl Mor and Maxim Gilan,
editor and assistant editor respec-
tively of "Bui" magazine, contend
ed that the two editors were guilty
ol .i journalistic blunder" and had
no intention of violating or hurt
in : the security ol the State
The Government denied this
week that the Moroccan intelli-
gence service had asked the Israeli
intelligence to help kidnap Mehdi
Ben Barka, the Moroccan opposl
tion leader missing since 1965. The
two editors were sentenced to one
Israeli involvement
Hark a affair
in the Ben
David Landor, the Government
press officer, called "a fantastic
invention" the report about the
Moroccan intelligence service re-
quest, which appeared in the
Paris newspaper France Soire
The French newspaper reported
that Ben Barka, who is believed
to be dead, was lured from Switz-
erland to Paris and kidnapped
in Paris in October, 1965.
The FranceSoir article said that
the Israeli agents had refused to
cooperate in the kidnapping and
that Israeli silence on the alleged
request had been based on an un-
willingness to confirm that the Is
raell secret service maintained
good relations with its counterpart
year each for publishing hints of in Morocco, a Moslem country
oviet Jew Convicted as Israeli Spy
[)NDON (JTA) The Sov let
rrnment newspaper. Izveatia,
brted this week that I Soviet
Solomon Dolnik, had been
ficted on charges of spying for
I and fahiicating anti Soviet
Jaganda.
newspaper did not report
sentence given to the retired
Beer hut said he "got what he
deserved The maximum Soviet
penalty for espionage is death
The government organ assert-
ed that Dolnik had been "lured"
into spying by Israeli diplomats
who met him at a Moscow syna-
gogue and that he gave to a
member of the Israeli Embassy
staff military secrets about fea-
tures of Russian terrain. The re-
port did not indicate when the
trial took place. It said Dolnik
handed last May to David Gavish,
a former second secretary of the
Israel Embassy, information of
interest "for other foreign intel-
ligence services."
The Izveatia report asserted that
(lavish was Dolnik s chief, (lavish
was expelled from the Soviet
Union last Aug 13 after being tc
cused of espionage
An Israeli spokesman in the Km
baSS) -aid that no one in the Km
basS) had ever heard of Dolnik
and that no member of the Bmbas
Continued on Page 10 A
SAMUtl KOTHBIRG
I0U/S H. BOYAK
DR. JOSfPH J. SCHWARTZ
Herul Splits
In Struggle
JERl S \I I \1 n \ M -in
bers ..I the Liberal Part) in Psi (la-
ment, who are partners with the
rightwing Herul Party in Ihe (.ahal
faction, decided this week tn keep
the Gahal bloc intact despite the
secession of three Members >>f
Parliament from the Herul part
hi the bloc
The three Ileiut members ol the
Knesset, who were ousted from the
party in a bitter internal leadet
ship struggle, are Shmuel Tamir.
Eliezer Shostak and Avraham Tay
,ii Also joining the dissidents was
Aii Jabotinsky, son ol the late
founder of the Revisionist Party,
Zev Jabotinsky The dissidents de
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Open House Sets
Tours on Sunday
FACILITY COST S 110,000 PAGE 6-A
MANY SERVICES AVAILABLE PAGE 8-A
DRAMATIC HISTORY OF ACHIEVEMENT PAGE 10 A
House and dedication "f A short ceremonj will launch
| n< Jewish Pamil) and Chil the guided tours of the new build-
i Service at 1790 SW 27tli ing scheduled u< start at 2:30 i>.m .
r. liami, ill take place tin- according to Dr Melvin I. Becker,
afternoon from 2 to 5 p.m president >>f JFCS
lerut Party in Internal Struggle
s Leaders Battle for Top Positions
Many local, state and national
dignitaries are expected to at-
tend. The upward of 6,000 sq. ft.
facility will house the 47-year-
old agency, Dade County's old-
est voluntary community social
welfare organization.
The new hhildin^ was put up at
.1 coal of tome 1110.000 Among
those expected to attend are Flor
Ida congressmen, state senators
representatives from Dade County,
municipal and county officials and
judges, and officials of the major
health and welfare agencies
Officers of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation and the United
Fund of Dade County, of which
JFCS is an affiliate agency, ill
also he among honored guests
tinued trom Page 1-A
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faction w it It it- o\\ n cen
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The 'hree Merut deputies have
Istill net declared themselves as
a separate, faction in the Knes-
|iet, saying thev would be will-
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|How*ver, the Liberals insisted
an th* principal that it is the
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Fla
Dubbin was honored for ins out
Standing contribution to the up
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law enforcement in Florida "
Dubbin has served as chairman
of the Legislative Council Subcom-
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In attendance were Secretary of
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Friday. March 3 1967
21 1 Adar5727
Number 9
David Ben-Gurion:
Prophetic Leader
re mterncmonc
ire

. cotv
s has
Sna ma
-e on excmng annual eve.-.: fat
- -:crr.. Beach. Each yea: in many
oani State of Israel Bond
choeen our catn-
inity io lock -:: isa camrxrian.
ese even* bars always ceen
1 m-som attractiag mbm of
'-' worlds truly great leaders in
re arts, politics gover-.mer.: and
: "KTnCO.
Wha: can oe said about the 1967
mal conference is that, once
: ?c;r Mar 2 :o 4. the
raeJ Bond opene e much of
.-.e same and theo some. To what
-ore .eve. ol participation
we csp_-e than the visit of
-e former Prime Minister of Israel.
-avid Ben-Gurion, himself?
We slight no Jewish leader, here
-: abroad, end in Israel, when we
: that Mr. Ber.-Gunon is perhaps
the greatest of them all. His Ue is
representative of a career that, from
very beginning, showed extra-
ordinary .nvoivement in and dedication to
--.e principle of a Jewish State reborn in our
--r.e. 'See Sec C.
It fell to Mr. Ben-Gurion to be a leader in
:.-..s movement. From 1905 onward, which ap-
proximates the beginning of his active identifi-
cation. Israel's future Prime Minister defied
:~-st the Turks, who owned Palestine; then
(he British, who became the Mandatory power
while also creating with Itzhalc Ben-Zvi. Israel's
second President, the Jewish Legion, subse-
cjently to fight side by side with the British ;
end then the Arabs, themselves, in behalf of
the cause -ed his imagination from his
Idhood.

Admiration ot His Peers
^ It is no exaggeration to say that Mr. Ben
Gurion is the father of hi3 country. He is more
xn a lea rarld statesman. He is an cu-
He Is a t and hiatorian. He was a
Uantly as Minister of
Defenee at the same time that he was Prime
ruster.
As a guiding force in the biblically prophetic
mergence of a Jewish nation in our time. Mr.
Ben-Gurion attracted both the admiration and
Europe including
-sident Che Gaulle, of France, and
mer Chancellor Konrad Adenauer of West
Germany, w: M] as Mr. Ben-
Gurion s guest last year.
fitting that this great leader should now
participate in the 1967 international inaugural
conference for State of Israel Bonds on Miami
reach an organization he helped conceive
end launch back in May. 1951. For the bond
ranizatt -dicated to the financial up-
g and economic development of the
Mr Ben-Gurion has devoted
his lifetime career
On Mr. Ben-Gurion s 80th birthday, the 1967
lugural will be welcoming and greetmq one
the most hallo n ,n Jewish history
leadei of prophetic destiny.
the many facilities currently serving the Jew-
ish community's welfare needs in Dade County.
What makes this latest addition a particu-
larly happy achievement is that, although the
facility itself is the newest. Jewish Famdy and
Children's Service is Dade's oldest voluntary
welfare agency without regard to sectarian
affiliation.
This speaks especially well for JFCS. which
has had a notable history in the achievement
column since its establishment in Miami back
in 1920 as the United Jewish Aid Association.
During the forty-seven years that have followed.
JFCS has developed a variety of professional
programs dedicated to the betterment of fam-
ily living.
These include marital and pre-mantal c
selmg. parent-child counseling, personal com:
sehng. specialized program for the aqed, fo
home care, adoption, service to unwed mothers,
croup treatment home for emotionally-disturbed
boys, and many others carried out by a Bl
of 16 full-time social workers, all wrlth advanced
professional degrees in their fields.
As one of a number of welfare, humani-
tarian, health and educational aaencies un
the cegis of the Greater Miami Jewish Fe
bon, the Jewish Family and Children's Service
continue* to add to its achievements and many
cnal awards. The new JFCS fc
make the aaency's orocrams more read
'able to its steadily-increasing case lo
which today numbers some 2.2G0 ani
eluding 60 m-perscn and telephone interviews
daily.
It will help JFCS implement these progn:
for children, adults and senior
effectively
Dissent for the Ui.

d" | T",e 'or w^
xL Mr Ben<;Unon v^
urina the week ton.,.*, ViSL
1> impossible For ole uST
summer was coming j, ,,
could never UdersUi : th,,
as an excuse* For ai ,
was never in Jerw
enough to be gi. en i
ment f ould I show
an hour notice- Th
have to replv Isra.
but n..t that small." I mean, hou do you make it fron E "
Jeru>alem in an hour? Even Arkia. with regular flier
k that amount of air time and then, only to Tel Avh
<>r how do you race down in just an hour to Jeru>a!<-
( hai or Metulla. or even from Safad. which continually rei
Gre< i bested vieti of Toledo and which I found
ive behind I had almost begun to believe th.
oluteljr impo>s,ble I would have to content n .
U) uproaru.u- Knesset Marion, a long distance rtud>
on from th. | floor Pres* B'.v m the old I
building, durinii which thi
being publicly plan
I can remember m if it happened yesterday, the m
een Mr Ben-Gurion on the speaker*! i^Ktium and \\
Beigin. then leader of th.- Herat Party Paseiat was arr.o-
thej exchanged The Prime Minister had beet;-
- an oration on literature and hi>torv Within fivi -
" VM clear Th. I for the day had sUr .
floor of the Knesset erupted into absolute chaos
TM DAY AND HOUK AMI in
THE ROARS OF RAGE i .ntinued uninterrupted for neaih
hour, during which Mi Bei Guri -i on the pod ,
'.: became apparent that
simpl) .. Up, he finally withdrew Minister ol Pmai
Ksbkol took up th. naptl whipping up the f.
!; igin
- F >rei n Minis!
in the I
'he NikiU Khrush
nations, which he also witi tonally, and found It an >i
iC>
I! indeed It aa a hiatoryHneJrini i
I Ben Gurwn in the final days of I role a<
Minister But it was no substitute for a private tearion I co-
nn campaign
I dropped my propaganda bombs wherever I was ,n Ra
B< ^heba. m K.lat wherever it mattered and wherever it CC
y matter I spent n.ghts out in a stationwagon ,n the
hi J ,u,Va,a> waIchlriS ^e magn.f.cent splendor
hlftinf rmnda, the mountainous rock formations. ,he h .
Muted and bleared by a red declining sun. the bills of Edom
>.purple and green, a magnificent jewel down the southern
Then, m E.lat. at the Malkat Shva, I reeahmd a call from
Avn to make a call to Jerusalem, to a,k for mendVJ who^ou
tell me whom to call The escitement was unbearable hack m> T-
pas, jue Bok where the Prime Mimster lived, and A^dat and .
into I* capital, where a friend hved ,n Ta.p.ot The day and
The New JFCS Building
,rj|er M' -ited to attend the
>i the new
S -- 8
The rally beina planned by the Jewish War
Veterans fearurinq an appearance by Ft
Cardinal Spellman. ot New York, on Sunday
evening in the Miami Beach Auditorium is a
otic event deserving the attention of the
South Florida community, regardless of reliq-
IOU8 affiliation.
We have heard so murh repeated talk
3bout the right to dissent in the question of ou-
,uat,mrf, commi,men' ;n Southeast Asia that
tW, rQiy iS a welcnme -l'*nt all its own
JYvV :s dissentina in its belief that Pres
hnsc our government deserve Ar
" ol our armed forces i: V

achieve
THI ntSi DICTATO* UTS THI GKOUHD MM
gr THEN, the Prime Minister I Oftkes were U the M Kut
Valte) of the Cross \u t,,lll(1 M.t. tht> Sh
maMjft to wh.ch the Dead Sea Scrolls would be moved from
I exhibition quarter, at the unlverritj I w.ii
KT* bwrded scholarl, type 7h the Juno"
tP\\ -tenedh,,.!,.,,,,^^,..
Ronnie M.ncini the Prime Minister's pr,......cr,..a nr..,,,
TnZL^.' I **?*"" .',ould, not sav- ,..
lo **.*<" Wasnt this. ,3Nked ...
'" '3what!woU ndot -.,. Wen h.. r. ,.i ..\ '
-je on the ;,.,.,..,,.
"\"ii*"^ jnj mllitar, monotone, and for
... dedwhv! had bothered b.,Ml,,;,. :;!..r,.u Tf .
. :, ^: ^raJ reform mMi Weri Ge.
**?< K:. men,, was then
of oro.
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' HAD TOUCHfD IMMOKTALIIY
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Friday. Mem* 3. 1967
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Israel Bonds Honors Sam Roth berg
Monday Meet
For Torah Club
Samuel Rothberp. national cam
n chairman of the Israel Bond
anUaflOQ*, as houored this
m k in recognition of 20 years of
leadership in behalf of Israel and
the Jewish people. The dinner In
tribute to RothberR was held in
junction with the international
MAYSHIE FRSED3ERG
TO BE CifED
hi< l : Iberg, one ol
Miami's n osl dedi
ati i Jem ish leaders, has
me man,
fie cIik k drive for Is-
inds slnci his return
a re enl \ i* t<> I-
shic," as he
i j called j everyone
knows h in. has been a
worker for Israel
since the campi
Son ii pired t<> even
!i i effoit by ins visit, he
it'll- evei ii the miracles
that haw- been performed
aith the aid of Israel Bonds
Ri. i ntlj he said
! have seen the Holy
Land emei ^'- from sand)
wasteland into flowering
dens I have seen the i
h bewildered, the innocent
victims of hair given ne
lives and new hope in their
new homeland It i> your
Israel Bond purchases which
made this possible, and
which will make it possible
Israel to develop and
build in the future "
inaugural conference for Israel Joseph J Schwartz, vice president Minister Ben Gurion to establish
Bonds meeting thi> weekend at the of fh(, ^^ Rond organization.! Isracl Bond "mpaign.
Torah Luncheon Club,
by Dr Irving I-ehrman,
recalled that Rothberc had been a, "Samuel Rothher has been a ^BM0 P-m- aI Ine
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A plaque bearing a Stiver map iparj,nj; member of the group of'bulwark of the Israel Bond drive
of Israel was presented to Roth- American .lewish leaden who met since the very hejjftnjng," Di
berg, a founder and key national jn ,,crusa]rm i950 with Prime Schwartz said.
leader of the Israel Bond drive,
who is serving as chairman of the
inaugural conference together with
Louis ll Boyar. chairman <>t the
oai ii ol governoi ol Israel Bunds
The award cited Rothberg for
"his pioneering leadership in
!h? foundi'-g and development
of the Israel Bond Organiiation
as a decisive force in the eco-
nomic growth of Israel. His total
dedication and his untiri'j ef-
fort in e/ery phase cf Israel's
welfare and progress during the
past two drrades have been an
inspiration to American Jewry
and a tower of strength to the
people of Israel,'' the citation
said.
Rothb rg, i I the
h.u i > S 11 ui an I ler foi Pi
at the Hebrew I ni\ ersitj in
n. i- ih.i i an : the
. .1 ui' the Ami i i 'an Friends of
th<' Hebrew Univei -it' i asl
he was named president "' Capital
for Israel, Inc., ;i new organization
i stablished to .-pur the flow "t
private investment funds to Israel.
in ;m address at the dinner. Pi
Sunday Carnival-Baiaar
The Carnival-Basaar held on Sun
day, at 10 am. at Temple Adah
Yeshurun, 1025 NE Miami Gardens
Dr., Included food, games and
rides
conduc
met M
Shelbo.
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Friday. March 3.
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this room as a nur-ery. where the
couple share thi~ happy experience
privately with Iheir haby We have
missed this verj important facilit)
in the past
Other addition* to the new
JFCS building include a library
and rooms for interning gradu-
ate student* in cial work. Jew-
ish Family and Children's Seiv
ice currently has six, from Barry
College and Florida State Uni-
versity.
Dr. .. anl
ed i'
veyed y, siren
manei airj
i
'Many features
' slipht firound incline on
buihftag was eonsiruci
light in the re*
the choice of col
contributed to this
live "
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- we chow ,
fortabli relaxii .
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Dr. Melvin L. Becker left', president of Jewish agency's impressive new building at 1790 SW
:mily and Children's Service, joins executive 27th Ave., Miami.
rector. Leon D. Fisher, in looking over the
JFCS Facility Cos I $110,000
Many mon:h- oi study and plan
i r.j went into designing th< new
Jewish Family and Children's
Service build:-- at 1790 SW 27th
A\e Miami
When Greater Miamian- attend
the Open House dedication of the
~h community's newest wel-
fare faeilit> on Sunday, they will
-ome 6.O0O sq ft. of .space
y planned and designed
to fulfill the needs of Dade Coun-'
ty's oldest
without regard to sectarian affili
I "i >n.
h building contains 23
ma, in
nd attractivi
ibb)
It is functionally aranged with
separate main sections off the
obby for family service, dec-
orated in off yellow; child-care,
done in blue; and the administra-
tive wing, finished in off-white
and wood paneling.
Outside, the building features a
two tone beige in stucco and pen-
i i Aith modern vertical columns
!> between roof
and nd. and similar hut
er columi intei sealed b> the
r pebbli
Dr Melvin I. Becker, presidenl
-aid that when it bfcanM
rent thai | out
it~ rented quarters, both in
terms of total space and the sues
dm the board ol
immedi
decided to build
rhej worked with I eon > I
( utivi IFCS. 1
what facilities sh
ncluded
\- Dr. Becker seea it. We lacked
sufficient counseling and special
purpose rooms to serve OUT clients
needs Also, we required larger
moms to accommodate group and
family interviews We now have,
for the first time, adequate and
perl) designed rooms tail
to the agency's sen ices
Three important additions in
the new building are indicative
of the improved facilities, ac-
cording to Fisher. "These are the
group interview room, tho play
therapy room, and the showing
room for adoptive parents."
Fisher also said thai i ach
vorkei s office now is,
i 1 > i ounselitig, hich
lias become increaMngl) unpoctant
in recent years, ;i> weil .is individ
uaJ and joint counealiog "
Hie play therap> room is tpe
cially designed and outfitted with
toys and equipment In this mom.
the disturbed child often is aide
reae his feeliaga in a manner
which allows the caseworker bet-
ter to understand and treat the
problem.
The showing room for adoptive
parents provides the letting for
one of the most dramatic momenta
m life when an adoptive couple
UTive to see their child for the
first time.
"W believe that this should be
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in a proper setting to provide a
moment that will he remembered
with a great deal of joy and satis-
faction." Or Becker and Fisher
emphasized, and so JFCS designed
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Once Again Specially Chosen Delegates of the Israeli Scouts will
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limited to 190 Campers
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DAVID BEN-GURION TO BE HONORED ON BOTH BIRTHDAY
srael Bond Confab Opening on Beach
Continued from Page 1-A
Campaign produced a urand total
Dl SiC- million
The record 1967 quota of $115
million was dictated by the fact
that Israel's development budget
for the coming tear has been
increased by 29 percent. Last
I year, the Israel Bond drive pro-
I ducect cash sales of close to $91
million.
\ | the speakers during the
biree-da) conference beginning
| jday, Mar 2 will be Louis II
loyar, chairman of the board of
,, who i- conference
thairmnn with Rothberg; I''
Lhwartt; Feinbarg; Mrs Jan
. chairman of the National
women's Division; l-ola Beer,
ominenl Israel fashion creator.
Harris, national chairman
|, anada. and Morris \V. Hnin
Eton national chairman of tins-
V-
f- ------
Beach C of C
Adds to Board
Ihcre's a newcomer to the Mi
a ch Chamber o! Commerce
V ,,!-d f no\ernon
He Is William M Klein. 1966
c, n ol the ''lumber's "Bosej
f, i Day" prognun. Klein. Florida
1 and Light executive, will
li.rve a three year term in com- >
, s.ih Aaron Karr. current
, and I. .Jules Arkin. sec
, | vice president, ix>tti of whom
[ reeleded lo the board
Two more elected members are
}i w Gilstrap and David teuton.
riously had sersed u an-
up f r one-year term
Will t* -ix more appointee- to be
, ,.,i at ni ak'i board ol
rs meeting At that time
I. officers for 1961 also will
i ted
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national president
A special highlight of the dinner
in honor of Mr. BcntJunon will be
u musical tribute l>> the distm-
mushed tenor of the Metropolitan
Opera. Jan Pcarce
Peeree, whose voice has been
hi ard In concert appearances
throughout the world.- has been
lv identified with support of
Israel (tor many years 11- will pre-
sent a Kroup Of the -election-- I":
which he i- famous, including
operatic arias and Hebrew mele
dies
A Urge leather-bound testi-
monial volume containing the
names of 80,000 persons through-
out the United States and Can-
ada who have bought Israel
Bonds in his honor will be pre-
sented to Mr. Ben-Gunon in
tribute to his 80th birthday.
In the forefront of the initial
phase of the campaign effort has
been the enrollment of purchases
in the honor categories, led by
trustees, or lubseribers of SlO.ooo
or more in Israel Bonds
Telephone Exec
Named to Helm
Lawrence B Sheffey has been
, Dade County chamber ol ( om
meres
Sheffey, vice president of South
ern Ball Telephone and Telegraph
i ompany. will succeed insurance
executive Winaton W Wynne.
The utility < teCVticC joined
..Southern Hell at Jacksonville hi
, 1935 after completing his educa-
tion at Baylor School at Chatta-
nooga. He moved to Miami in a
higher capacity in 1936 and
through the years advanced to posl
tions of increasing importance
Interfaith In
Coral Gables
The weekend of Kch 17 mat I i
the observance of interfaith broth
erhnnd when Temple Zamora Mi
( lub played heal to Ihe Men s I
of the first United Presbyterian
Church during the 8:19 p.m. fam-
ily service on rrkiay at Temple
Zamora.
Hi < |yde i Mu'is. minister of
Ihe Church s/as the pulpit guest,
and Rabbi Maxwell Bergar, of Tem-
ple Zamora. preached the set
Following services, there was
an Oneg Shabbat at which Her-
man Douglass, president of Tem-
ple Zdmora's Men's Club, and
William A. Kopp, president of
the Presbyterian Men's Club, ex-
changed greetings and intro-
duced the guests.
i >i\ Sundav itartinfl at 9 30 a m .
the Men's (lub of the church was
bOBt to the Men s Club of the tem
pie. Rabbi B. rger was pulpit |
and Di Myers preached the ser-
mon.
A socia
s(M \ 111
1 coffee followed the


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Friday, March 3. 1957
rasy sec:e-cr.a: =latf of Jewish Family and illuminated office in the agency's new building
Inildrens Service now has a large, well- which will be officially dedicated or. Sunday.
JFCS Offers Many Services

Thr-< activities arc carried out
by an duthorued professional staff
of i; Cut] .-. 1 orkers, each
with a Mallei degree in -ocial
woik and w 'rieoce in the
rial ~t aff of
-< .1: n the new
(quarters and a district office
at 00 Lincoln Rd Miami Beach
l he itafl u hi l< i b) executive
. > Rishei
P .Tall direction of
established
if
. Cl Id

I und of Dade
Jew-
In recent years. JFCS h*s won
several national awards in rec-
ognition of its achievements. It
is a member of the Family Serv-
ice Association of America and
the Child Welfare League of
America, the national standard-
setting and accrediting agencies
in these two fields. Locally, it is
a member of the Welfare Plan-
ning Council of Dade County.
In a Idition '
the commumtv JFCS is an aw
than
inter
'FCS w
The family serv-ce department
:; JFCS includes marital and
; -emarital counseling, parent-
d counseling personal coun-
ii-g and private residential
c;re, and family life education.

vice to unv
cial group treatment 1,
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ml
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Friday. March 3. 1967
+Jmist>fk*AMat:
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A lot of people get hard of hearing
as they get older. That's the breaks.
Old age and all that.
Of course this kid is only four.
She's used to not quite knowing
what's going on around her.
Some people laugh at her.
Like the other kids.
But some figure she's just stupid
and leave her alone.
She happens to be very bright.
Her parents happen to be very poor.
So what she has to look foward to
is sixty years of being
out of the stream of things.
Unless someone gets her to
Combined Jewish Appeal.
And unless someone gives to C. J. A.
Someone like you.
Greater Miami Jewish Federation/1967 C.J.A. Goal: $1,676,767
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Friday. March 3 1%7
History of JFCS
In Dade Welfare
Shows Rapid Rise
1030: OrgaataMi t niton" JewMi AM \-Mx-iation
l!2!i BetMM eharler metnher of ( oinmunily C heat
lfl.!0 Beeame eharter member in Council of Social A
ciea (now Welfare I'lanning council).
1938: Helped Mimulate creation o! (ireater Miami Jewish
I I ui 11i
1944 Naim changed (<> Jewish Social Service PurM
1948 Began cooperative relationship with Jewish Home
for the Afari (discontinued in 19.>6 when .111A established own
casanera program).
1953: Admitted to memhershi|> in Family Services \.,
data** of America
IMS: FMahlished Vocational Service Department (discon-
tinued in 1958 with establishment of Jewish Vocational Service)
M5o: Established Child Care Department
1953: Name changed to Jewish Family Service
M57: Established old Age Department.
1957: Became member of I'nited Fund.
1957: Initiated formal service' in Hollywood
1958: Established first Homemaker Service Program in
Dade County
1958: Established Miami Beach District Office.
membership in Child Welfare
.liuish Family and Children s
of foster care placement and
M59- Admitted to full
League of America
M59: Name changed to
Sen icv
HKJu: Initiated program
supervision of unaccompanied Cuban refugee children.
1961: Established a general membership of JFCS
1961: Oruani/ed Women's Committee of JKS
1962: Be-an work toward establishment of Souths first
roup treatment home for emotionally-disturbed children in
coo|>eration with Jewish ( hildren Service in Atlanta.
1962 Expanded training program for graduate students
in s.>cial WOTl at Florida State I mversitv
19t>2 Helped organnM Jewish Famils Service of Hn.uard
( oimtv
IMS If. ceiverl national award from Child Welfare league
of America for merttori toaa m behalf of Cubaa refugee
i -hildren
IMS Honored l>\ Family Service Association of America
I public relaateoa awavia for outstanding
achievement in developing: public iiBUlainlMiillBU ot tamilv ereiee
tabMshaal professional counaeilng service with
piei and synagogues
MMH I), veloped expanded adoptaan prograai
Gi tup Treatmenl Home for emotional!)
ills'
i Rcccivi mal fust place awards for excelli
'" i "'- from Family Sen ice Association ol America
l96a l(- 'I b) Familj Service Association ol
v MM w. Ifare I, I America with highest
IM6 Expanded student trainii
i ollege Sch S icial Work

PROFESSIONAL STAff INCLUDES HADING CONSULTANTS
Board Determines Agency Polic)
Policies of Jewish Family and
( hildren s Service are established
bj its 25 member board of direr
ton and officers
President of the agency this year
is Dr Melvin I. Meeker Other olfi-
Can aie Ben Novack. vice piesi
dent: Ifn Charles (ioldstein. \ ice
;:esident: Joseph (iassen. -
l.uy: and Mrs. Kugene K Kat7.
; i asurer
In addition to the officers, di-
rectors Mr* Mrs. Leonard Beld-
ner, Alvin Catsel, James Cohen,
Jame H. Ellis, Mrs. Stanley Er-
soff, Walter S. Falk, Jack Gain**,
Mrs. Burton Goldstein, George
W. Hirsch, Mrs. David Kirsh,
Sidney Lefcovrt, Mrs. Jean Wil-
liam Rafkmd, Mrs. Harold Rand,
Dr. Henry G. Ring, Stewart Sun-
ness and HaroW Tannen.
The agency's professional staff
is headed by executive director.
Uon D. Fisher Miss Kuth I. Sale
is supervwor. and Mrs. Rosamond
llorenstein is district supervisor
Caseworkers include I/nils Bern-
stem. Mrs. Martha Cohen, Mrs
I helma Edwards, Thomas Esslin-
Bar, Him Sylvia ilaherman. Mrs
rolyn .lacobson. Mrs Barbara
Nelson. I.eon Stanley and Miss
\nne Vaffe.
The secretarial and clerical staff
includes Miss Phyllis Blicker. Mrs.
\i.ii Bornslein. Mrs Flsie Detail,
Mis Syiua Colriberg. Miss Anna-
belie haaar, Mrs Belie Lawrence
and Mrs Etta Mosberg
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Hess ar
houseperents at the group treat-
ment home.
1 'iisiiltants to the agency are
m A l.ipton. Ml) ps>chiatnc.
Murray Hettcea PhD. psyabata
ical. Joseph Allison. M H eon-
ard i reaner m H Edward B
Jaffa M I) Krna K Klass. M D
and Stanlcj Margoshi M D med
ical
' iii-iii of the agencj s build
ing committee is Ban \o\ack Oth-
Dr Melvin l.
' i VIvin Ca -el. James Co
hen Walter Falk. Joseph Gassen
Mrs Burtofl B (ioldstein. Mrs
tries Goldstein, Eugene l( hat/.
Sidm 11 fcomt, Bmanael Pollai
and Harold Tannen
I'll senl officers of the Jewish
Familj and < hildren s Serviea
M on i Committee are Mis Eu
nc K Kali, chairman; Mrs \
fred Swiren, treasurer, and Mrs
Burghard Sterner, financial seers
tarj
A major project ol the Women's
Soviet Jew
Is Convicted
As Israel Spy
Continued from Page l-A
s) had ever engaged in the acth
dies charged by Izvestia
It was reported that the Dolnik
I was the first time | Soviet
citizen had been chai jed with ipj
m-: for Israel [zvestia reported that
I MOSCOW city court heard a l
plete confession" to all the i hai i
"from the trembling lips r
criminal
No details were given at to
when Dolnik was arrested. The
livestia statement said that after
Dolnik retired as n engineer, he
began to "visit the synagogue
more often" and attracted atten-
tion from "Israeli diplomats."
Accordini to Izvestia, Dolnik'a
firs! assignment was to distribute
Zionist and anti Soviet mati
from the Embassj Izvestia assi m
ed that Dolnik used equipment in
evi
in the
Soi let I m'on
Committee has been to contribute tionally disturbed children u y
to the financial support of the ami This JFCS Service was
Group Treatment Home for cmo- in February. 1965
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Fridcry. March 3. 1967
"Jewish fhrldHan
Pacpll-A
Harvard Dean
Affirms Policy
Of Non Bigotry
Continued from Page 1 A
The statement made no direct
-.tetetue to a disclosure last
?eb. 1 that the State Commis-
sion Against Discrimination was
investigating reports that stu-
dents of the Law School might
iavt faced discrimination in job
olacement. At that time, Dean
Griswold said "we would not
consciously cooperate with any
loyei we knew was discrimi-
nating although I do not know
of any litmus paper test we
vould apply to prove discr imina-
on
risv il '
ced appointment ol the fac
Itj student committee t<-
ndations as t>> how "we
..mi make" the Rehool's anti-dis
ai 'in position "plain foi
dance
In disclosing the h ation,
ialtei M Nolan, commission exec
live secretary, said there was "no
nmplaint" before the commission.
Ited an article in the Dec l.
Mill Issue of the Harvard I aw
Re**>rd, a weekly studenl publica
ion, lUfgesting poaible discrim-
nation The Law Record quoted
Miss Eleanor Appel. head ol the
aw school placement office, as
saying "There is no question that
i Jewish hoy is slower to receive
..n offer than a Gentile."
In effect. Dean Gnswold re-
lected any such situation in the
statement. He declared that the
Harvard Law School "i$ com-
mitted to insuring equal oppor-
tunities for all its students and
graduates seeking employment.
The law of Massachusetts, like
that of many other states, ex-
pressly forbids employers from
discriminating in any way on
grounds of race, color, religious
creed, sex or national origin. We
not only subscribe fully to the
objectives of this legislation but
beiieve that law schools and the
legal profession have a special
obligation to promote them."
I'< tal in a Ided th; I il is
with ili.it obligation
foi .1 pi .pectivc employer of law
: ai luatt s to [ollow
imination win
a cd or i ed Noi
the I tudents or
...' i i
with j ad ci nation con-
cerning the composition or pi
n an) prospi > live employer
with respect to race, color, relig
ious ci in d, sex or national 01 igin
Dean Griswold added a comment
in ihc statement th.it this state
menl should be helpful in making
ii clear to .ill conct rned thai it i^
the policy of the Law School i"
do everything it can to maintain
equal opportunitj in employment
The statement does nol reprt senl
any change in the School's policy
^vvvvs* '47 DODGE ^>v*n^s>v?
Othfr F n* Cart
but it does put the matter clearly
and should help to avoid any pos
sible misunderstandings, cither by
students or bj employers who use
the school's placement facilities
He said also that Prof. Lewis
Loss would head the faculty
committee on the placement of-
fice and that the committee
"will be responsible for matters
of policy with respect to the
placement office and will take
..teps, if thev are needed, to see
that fh School's policy of non-
disc imination in employment is
maintained."
I Vmcncai Ji isli I 'o
i lei '-iii in New York
Deai GriswoTd am mince
ihn Slaw on AJ< o
vice president,
l the Dean s menl "a
affii mation "i i ho p
| lion:
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Metel M23 Co" ni Ave O-tiodo*
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ACeOATH ISRAEL T*x?i Ca-iyle Ave
Cu-trodoa Rabbi naac Ever
SJHAVAT SMALOV CONGREGA*
T CN 85 SW 6"th Ave. Orthodoa
Ca-tor v.Trj Ba--
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ifl ve Emm ah) ~ ta
I tj.drnt Canter Sc Pancwitz.
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:lba\ hebpew coscregt,on
OF V AMI. ;*; Wash najton Ava
Crtnoaoa. Rtb> Dov Ro:t'c 9.
SYNAGOGUE. 1S32 Washington Ava.
Orthodoa Rabbi Tibor M. Stern
Cantor Meyer Engel.
I-iiUmi n ;> m tiatuaia1 I' m ~*'
. Th< adei aMp
KNESETH BETH TORAH 115 Ocean
"r R7 pi Meyer Liebr.ranan
1 p m Sen
n. \\ I VI el
aNESETH "Sr.AEL 1415 EltCltd Ave
I D a v a L e h 1 -
C a n 1. A b Sail
TEMPLE StNAI OF NORTH OAOE
18801 NE 22nd Ava. Refo'm Rabbi
Rilph P. Kingaley. Cantor Chet Oale
r* kUj 11*1 Waah'nrti n K..I-
eraL M :7th .- Sjj i.n' The
-J mi<1 lea) ^aaaaiak J. e~'ij|
-LE TIFEBETH JACOB 9*1
#h Ave Mia'aSh.' Conaervative
RaJaa! Uliraira Klein.
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IFERETH ISRAEL
Ave. Conaervat .e
V afloat.
et Oneej -
1 ..1 sa 11
tint! of in, \\ .
"(Ma.
On Vi
Rao;
'nil
Hoar,
'EWPLF 2AMORA 4 Zamera Ava
Conaervat' -e Rabbi M.nwel 1,
'" Cantor Ben Uirkior
-'. -i
am
1 B.MPLE 2ION SjOO m
Ro Con
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GP-.-;. ,
AMI. Rabbi Sherw.n sta a. "'"
Pincoa Aioef. '-""Of
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OUNG ISRAEL C r MIA
54?-44 wah ngtee Avi "H
tali Po-
_LBA\ TCEB %' NVAN. %JQ A.lth
ingtcn A.c Oethedoa Rabbi Al -a
na-.^ Kort Can neat ^ c

' N^ONAIRES SYNAGOCLE 1737
r;a \-, ,- 1 1 ,
pietident C.ntoi .
Ccn-n

)H : V SH AL N D
H.ieihi Ph"Ti a
man.


f-^KAPD C JEW SH ENTER *'
*m s -f He, Ljr|.. s,
miaa.
a
KV LAKE Sr'vAC.OCUE -8-5- SI
-th Ave Orthrdo Rabbi Jonai
E Capi.'n.
.

Sal
Hi
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROfV HIS PUlPr
Spiritual Bond
That Ties Us Musi
Have Our Assist
By RABBI DANIEL FRANZEL
Assistant Rabbi
Temple Beth Sho'om
-T LLDERDlt EVANL EL. let)'
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I
S '0'ti Ave Reform R^bb
R'Cha'd M Lrviton. Cantor Jeromf
Kiement.
E^h moshe CONCREOAT'ON
i*jr W Oiwie m*. Conaarvativ*
Rabbi Oavir" Roenf!d Ca"tO' Sey
"Our HinkH.
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rat hy #
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER.
eT LALOEROALE JEWISH CtN
TFR 547 E Oakland Park Blvd
Rabbi Phil.p Chaiton Cantor Theo-
dore Mindich

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BETH SOI OWON 'O NW 5-'t Pi
Comfrvjlvt Pabs A.ron Feier
I ra car
pent Mt-
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MAX
' B< til T -ah
- V'.-.T
.h.
'?6 E Ha'iandjie Beach Blvd
Paul Deuttch
"ES'PLE ADATH VESHLLRL/N Con
eervative. 1025 NE 1f3rd St Miami
Gardens Rd Rabbi Milton Schlmtky.
Canti.r Manr ce Neu
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v 1
TEMPLE BETH AM 5950 N Kendall
Or.. Si Miami. etelorn. Raon
Itll
beta tpoki
Perhapi '-
ha\i
I a ted uh, i .,
Bn j '-",- Perltaps .., evci
message Bui ibe time
whin this mi lea
nored u Jevw caj
afford not to liatea llt Cl
time in our ik iple i his
Wt look upon otrr pn
in Sot iet Russia and ol
rtev
A TASTE OF HEBREW
preiofed' fcy THE TARBJTH FOUNDATION FOR TMI ADVANCEMENT OF
HEBREW CULTURE en4 la* AMERICAN JEWISH PRESS ASSOCIATION
fdi'fer: Dr. Shlomo Kodesh
Our Torah portion f> i this
Sabl ath .- called Vaya
Moses then convoked
car. be (o 11 d in the lecond of the
the booh ol sh mi l u
nning with hap 39 i
;-8.20 The portion describes the
building ol the Tabt>rnacU- ;n the
Herbert Baun,g,rd Cantor M,ch.e, w,ldernr^. includillg all the dab
rcuo oc ~ ora,c dt,aiN- ,hf precise dimei
wood Swiii mm am w,,! MO,:> ''>als. and method of -tnijjgie for aecurit) In :
Rabbi Samuel Jaffa COBStrUCtion No detail | eXClud- w,> a"' CUinel> -hocke: 'Hit (
' ;,: v-'"h,:- J" "x- i*eoitieM to
Mia p ., Hit>ah Ijiwrei '*' eiim.naled Within these
>-- s v Cfwpters, everj procedun Is re
corded
In chargi of the entire building
project wai Beialel, son ol r.i.
i Hut, of the tnbr of Judah ** "'Tiain U< !
' bspter S9 tells us Our To
'hat God had tingled Ben had l bring at
! and that l! m the Tabi and I
;ih a divine sp rit oi had l
it;., and port
J kind of craft ,>. So too. I a \
- "< tl WOrk Oil. | i ai :.,.
''" indicate ol Isrsv : i ur i. ,
st coni,n,,i. Rabti Simon*Ap71i' "'' 'h Tab,:r.acu our help not ntj mn
vasa task in which the who:- peo issists -
l'le ':-1'1 -rt. of protest at the- Iniusl
M" ''"'! P- t of Jewish col trated against oui
TEMPLE B-NA. SHOLOM. 1M0O k, A 'f" ,,|l"> "' tn U ami U Ru
22na Ave. Conaervat,.e. Ca-tor labored hy .1 'A I ~h i. ..(lei f-,1 \\w .spiritual Taho-rr-
ALiaham Reneman the idea that ,' l*w< .-. \...>,.., 1...1._____11 ..
TEMPLE BETH RAPHAEL. 1545
Jeffe-on Ave Contervative. Canto-
Saul H. Breeh.

TEMPLE BtTM SHOLEM of Molly
wood 1725 Monroe SI Conar vatve
Rabbi Morton Malavaky Cuntor Er
neat Str.ner.
HFBRE W AC* DE 1 v
Or Orthodon. Itabbi Alexander S
r-.rr.

HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE S'NAI -^0'
j "ion St. C0merv.1l.vr 1
Oav.d Shap -o Canter Vehudah
He lore 1 n
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Or...H Can!cr VMi.a,.. D N....en 'l^^^C^r'"0 ^"^
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templs beth tov u-j e* .. l'"''h indicatea .
sV Corf.,fvE,T."..TR0aVbt,^oSnWApr!r 'hat the building of th Taln.T.aci,
JACOB C. COHEN COMMUN TV
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are silent The i nited Stat.
other natioiu ol the in
larael'a act I cen
duct; while the Arabs
their ruthless ;
and we look or horrific
Mi id ~
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Ifctrew? 1 ml
1 e>. I nt to ici-n
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ul I have no I ..'cr
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He a hne teachajf
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1 : loo van learn
HeSre*. mn
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caakarn 'm)
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I ", e;n Ii moreh
Atah ro:/eh li!mbd
iv rit?
Ken. ance rotzeh mod
I 'mod
A j! e>n Ii moreh
Hmeh hamoreh ?heli
Hoo moreh tov
Hoo moreh tov mod
0*m atah yahbl
lilmod ivrit
Nahon mod
Anee rotrieh lilmod
Vance \ahol
E)fo |ar hamoreh?
Hoo |ar pon
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the leacher I have yeth li "'" ::
>ou have fro.) yeh lha ^ 7'
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you want (m) atahrotieh .TTT rrTJjt
If V
ALiaham Reiteman.
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TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Wan,n9
ton Ave. Conaervetivc. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Art er
1.30 p.m. (Jtti
I Sal urdJ
v\ |

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TLMPLE ISRAEL OF GREATER Ml
AMI. 137 NE 19th St Reform Rabb
Joteph R. Narot.
Should

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TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MlRAMAR
3500 SW 69th Way. Conaervative
Rabbi Irwin Cutler.

TEMPLE JUDEA 5500 Granada Blvd
Reform. Rabbi Uomi Kipper
Hj Ivan
'.......f i -. h
H-' ill. Iliemberji. Mr- BotUld I ..
thai. Jarh tut.in ami lira II.
Herman v. in be i nored Sat irda>
in Hnr Mitivah I.,
Mr .,.1 Mr. E !> I:
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TEMPLE MENORAH (20 7sth St
Conaervat.ve Rabbi Mayer Abram
owlta. Cantor Nico Feidman
1". p m >. in..,. I I loj .,(
Ut) \- .. in .-,,
Be i Mltsvah
"f Mi .in., lira i m. -i
Klelman
TEMPLE NER TAMIO. SOth St. and
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tredl
tional Rabbi Eugene Labdvitz Can
tor Edward Klem.
1 p in I; i. -i nx .ik. i. |.r
M .\ N mabaum Topli ?" \. ., i
Zloniai Arhlevemeeii and v\ Ha
Baarun!" Mnur-i> i. A m
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TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conaervative
87S6 SW 16th St.. Miami Rabb
Ralph O I i a m a n Cantor Herman
March^ein.
F'i D in Ml aad Mi- H.-rt
nhardi art I] h..-i the Ones Khabbat
in hofaoe < Um li isih am
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TEMPLE IHULUM 1S2 SW 11th Ave .
Pompano Beach. Conaervative. Rab-
bi Morria A. Skop Cantor Leon
Segal.
Fr.uv > i-, p m Beraaoa 'tr Morde-
the idea that .....let* others shelters all of us naeds
rXabbinical Jelcviaion f- roam
Mar. 5 h io. ii a m The Jewish W h
Rabl: Morton Ifalavsky, Ten pie Beth i i h
wood, Fla
Mr- 5 Ch. 7, 10 a.m The Still Small Void
Ho-t Dr Irving Lehrman. Temple Emanu-EI and Gw
: iscussion: The Jewish Theological Si nary"
Mar. 7 Ch. 1 9:30 pm Mar. to Man-
lopn Dr Frank Uubaeil Night*'
Participants: Fr Donald Connolly. Holv Fat:
Church; Ke\ Albert R. Schmidt. Grace 1-uthi
(burch Rabbi Solomon Schiff. Conrreeat.
Beth El
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SYNOPSIS OF THE TORAH PORTION VAYAKHEL
The people bring a profusion of Rifts for the taberr.. e
until they are told to ct
And they came. Iioth men and women. a. many a *ere
willing hearted, and b.oi^ht all jewel* of gold" lEjiod 122)
VAYAKHEL Moan gathered the people togeth-
instructed them in the holmes* of the Sabbath He also in*- iCted
them in how to build the Tabernacle and its vessels Be/-
Ohohab headed the skilled craftsmen working on the Tabernacle
The people gave liberally toward the sanctuarv H Ul alls,
in fact, that it was Beceanni to ask them to stop Once atain tl,
details of the Tabernacle and its vessels are given, at Ibe end
of this portion.
Thia recoonfirtt of the Weekly Portion of the Law r, e*
iractod rvd based upon "Tho Graphic History of the Jowiah
Her.ta,." ,4,^4 by p WollmanT.amir, SIS Pobli.her is
5h.noold. and tho volume it available at 11 William St., New
Torli 5. NY. Proeidont of tho society distributing tho volume
is Joseph Schlano.
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Friday. March 3. 1967
+Jenlst> tier Mian
Page 13-A
Jewish Leader
Michael Stavitsky
Dead at Age 72
OTHIK DEATHS SIC.
K \ST ORANGE. N.J. (JTA)
- funeral services were held here
it Templt B'nai Abraham. Newark,
or Michael A. Stavitsky. 72. nation-
llly-known leader of Jewish phi
lanthropic educational and social
i elf are endeavors, who died at the
s u \ rk Hospital in White
Plains
Hi- recent post was that of
nations chairman for the Hiuh
\> .\\ Days for tin- Israel Bond
j \ tong Other national posj
I Stavitsky had been presl
it oi the American Association
| Education and executivi
member of the World
<( Voting Men's Hebrew
i is and Jewish Commit
lit> lers, national field secre
11 and WHA, national
: Held work <>f the Na
:-h Well ire Board, I
: the national sponsors of
l Einstein College of Med
and vice president of the
ted S; nagogue Council of
i .
u;i born in Russia,
ded Vew York University and
bis University, and served
.1 lieutenant in World
i | In Essex ''unity. N .1 he
\ times general chairman
I nited Jewish Appeal
BERNSTEIN
HARRY. .v.. of IS01 s\v 12Ui It.
died Feb -'* He K*ai manager the Pood K.ur ,! IS5SI NW j;th V\.-
H^ Ik survived b) hi- wife i .... t..
daughter*, and a outer Kr
K-ere held Feu -'" .it Bhtaberi Fu-
II. nil Home
Menorah Series Continues Here
M/CHAEl STAVITSKY
lewish VP Takes
chcol Board Post
Continued from Pege 1-A
, | >sbyferian was electe I
< i :i post Miller had indi
ii h. hoped to receive
After the vote and an exchange
conciliatory remarks between
and Miller, the new board
Miller a unanimous vote of
[onfidence in an apparent effort
heal the divisions over his stand.
H ch led to a vote of censure by
prior board in a resolution ask
i him to resign, which he re-
fected Miller was not up for re
;jjmh"io:. to the board
Noted Educator
Passes on Beach
Rabbi Berl Aronovitz, former
of the Hebrew Theological
( ollege of < hicago, died here last
week at the age of 73
He was born in Vilna and was
a descendant of the famous Gaon
oi Vilna Rabbi Aronovitz served
a- dean of the < hicago college for
25 years, before his retirement six
years ago
lie u.,- (he author of works on
the Btble ami Hebrew grammar
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National i-und of America.
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lin will analyze "The Age of
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ity"
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placed Persons Camps in Aus-
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Page 14-A
Jm /*#> Oorldiiar
Friday. March 3.1957
Between You and Me:
By BORIS SMOUR
Jewish Backlash Up from 12 to 31 Percent in Year
A year AGO. 12 percent of the
'^ Tews in this country thought
the Negroes were pushing ion hard
and too fast in then fight for equal
rights Today, ;i- result of Negro
licit- and because of the crude cry
for black power, 31 percent
think so This is still far lower
than the percentage ol Catholics
and Protestants holding this view But Jewish or
Sanitations would like to check this backlash even
though fewer Jews are participating in it than other
white Americans
They attribute the backlash among .lews to
the increased and open aim Semitic propaganda
conducted bj extreme Negro elements And thej
make it clear that while they urge .tews not to
withdraw from helping the Negroes in their strug
they will at the same time fight Negro anti
Semitism
Particular!} outspoken in this regard is the
American Jewish Committee Morris B. Abram, presi-
dent of the American Jewish Committee, in formu-
lating the current policj of ins organisation on
Jewish-Negro relations isized that the AJCom
mittee dues not intend to turn its back on such
moderate Negro leaders u Martin Luther King.
A Philip Randolph. Roj Wilkins, Bayard Justin
hi Jim Farmer Howevei he also stressed that his
By:
MAX LERNER
Student Warfare
THERE HAS BEEN .....t | stupidit)
on the part ol the Washington people
under !' -endow cr. Kennedy and .lohn
son, in Betting the student movemei I
tied in with the CIA and a lot of hyprn
i -\ on the part of some of the more
I rttei i ritics who gain cheap and eas>
victories flaying the I I \ and the stu
nts equal!) The government people
iroblen but settled for a terriblv wroi ul
' Sot i itics bo h witl i itside
i solution, and perhaps see no problem
I he problem is then has been rply
eginnii I hi 1990 s when the I ommunist
ip n ade its shift ,i war u,
about i
,
d to put th. ii real reliance oi th<
rhej that ii such a
thi v., tipped with flami
nto training pci
the carriers ..f ideas
.Use Thi
' the Ideoloi
erat Phey km
th > had ...
'' and Hi. had the machinery ol i
What America had was two groups ..( activist stu
ts Both bad gene nd idealism ;,s they looked at
world But the) had different angles of vision Tl
i those who identified romanticall) with rcvolul
without themselves wanting to be Communi
fell that the future la> with the revolutionar) Left But
then were also thus.- who identified strong!) with
ocrac) hut who felt frustrated because the) could
find in it an adequate armory oi weapons with which to
meet the Communists ,,n their chosen ground of political
That, however you might cut it. was the sharp i
oi the problem How do you semi knowledgeable students
to all the youth conferences and youth congresses that
the Soviet (amp knew s well t(, mount' Mow do you pa)
their wa) without laying them open to ti..
being stooges oi the government that subsidized thi
The problem was real the solution found of sub
icing student organizations secretl) b) th.' ci\ was
an idiot
I have heard two Im.s ,,, defense o| it One is prag
le II worked, didn't it. (the Allen Dulli defense,
tumably) The othet is one of bruised innocence We
were sure we could count on everyone's patnotism and
sense of responsibility not to reveal |(
The answer to the bruised ones is that the notions ,,|
what is patriotic and responsible will differ At some point
someone is bound to be la on the secret who jets religion
and is driven to confess ;,u The wondrous thine is not
that the secret was broken but that it took so long to
break As for the pragmatic line about its "woiking." niv
answer is that it worked for a while, yes, but only a narrow
vision would believe that the manipulation paid off When
the lid blew off it blew disastrously, and neither the gov-
ernment nor the student movements which will he so
vulnerable abroad now will be able to make up for
the damage in prestige for some time
It -worked", only if you say that, given the end
the equality of the means makes little importance. But
one ef the things that a democracy prides itself on is that
it dees care about means And covert means in this case
were wrong means And did it 'work" for the youn* men
who must now be counted as its victims, because thev
were forced into a corroding secrecy and must now face
the judgment of a hostile world*
organization will fight anti Semitism in Le Roi Jot M
the Negro playwright; in Negro publications such
Our film Folk:
By HERBERT G. LUFT
Jew on the Screen
Two Film Epics
I loll) wood
the word "JEW" is reverbci
' Bting from the screen endless
ly in two current motion pictll
in Carlo Ponti's Eutopi
epic Tile 25 II
the Jew an uprooted, und
guishable paw n .-t w ai in I i
versal's Hollvwood p
bruk," to stamp him an unequivocal hero "The
23th Hour." a movie based on a novel b> thi
manian author C Virgil Gheorghiu. reveals the
odysse) ol a Balkan peasant who has been picked
up b) the Nazi puppet regime of Antonesco and
thrown into a slave labor camp under the preti
that he is ;i Jew thou,L.h he is actualh B G
Orthodox Catholic The local police officer has an
eve on the simpleton's wife and arbitraril) accuses
him of being a "Jew," in order to get rid of .. rival
in affairs d'amour It becomes embarrassing to hear
tedly that a mistake h..~ been made with the
SI rest and deportation
Partner Johann Moritz persists again at
that he is not a "Jew," with the same vigoi son eom
would dOH) a crime of which he has been falsel)
accused To the American public at lari:e. unaware
"I thi tific fear generated by the raciall) ob
.....ij Thud Reich, it appears that a .lew must have
been something reall) had in the Kin ope of >
da) I he pa) off comes in the picture when the .lew
ish \ut Committee in Budapest refuse- \ help the
ii*e because to them he is not a .lew Henri
v'ei euil who directed the movie on location in
France, Italy v and Hungary, had th.
of intentions in reflecting on the screen the i
oi the homeless who are being pushed around from
ni try tnthony Quinn, who portrays
the ter of the vain, shows- the full
scale ish despaii and an ulti
. -- of man
i a resp insibli
- freed linn-. If I ...
>i the ho i
als with a factual l from the
n of Wot Id Wai ll ..- n
l o Gordon II was
nd Italians had reai
i Alamein
Desei mented by a S I.G Iden
German born Jews disguisi
i- ol the Reich's Afrika Korp I to
i
\\i- al Tobruk
The British comrades led b) a rath. ant
Colonel Nigel Green ind cruel to their
i warriors, the stateless Jews, whom thi
a- being inferior Vet, these Jewish soldi*
up b) a handful ol concentration camp survivors,
prove b) then actions thai thev feel like responsi-
ble citizens of a country a country not vet born
Israel
as the magazine "Liberator' and the l.o. \
Herald Dispatch,' and wherever it is
Negro extremists
We must fight anti-Semitism wherevi
it." he saut. "because racism is racism, an i I
is hatred, whether it comes from a black
a white mouth: and it is dangerous from
source it dertvoo." Condemning the cr>
power as stupid and meaningless, the AJ<
tee president is of the Opinion that th. .
American Negroes Might not to be held re
for thi' small croup among them wh<> seek
fearsome fantasies by shouting for "black .
He believes that the group which a. itati
black DOW I < OUld rot. if It held ;, ii.,i, i
vention, fill the ballroom of a hotel even il it h
ethei e\er) single member to the convent
OH the Record:
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
On ^ iddishism
it has BECOME fashionable in Jew
ish u.iv to inject
n iddishisms int.. everyday talk, and so
le is th. : Yiddish wonK
I i ,.| b.w.ks that mat v
inclusion in modei n
dictionai
More importai is the burgeoning
teresl an imeiu an Jewish intel
lectuala in Yiddish as a tongue and an inst
erary creativft) Tins is particularly so on thi
campuses of the country, where there is a growii
ted aware.....>l the artistic qualit) i 'i :
a development that presumably ha-
spurred b) th. outpouring in recent >,. ,
freative English translation
" would oi i he idle to speculate whethi
interest m Yiddish cr.ativitv will ever gain sl:r:
momentum to lead our young to -... irin the N
well itself The fascinated however will find th. |
th i" a i: t.d Yiddish work The Gn.
tionar) of the N I lish Language, whose rompletioi
Ij will mark a landmark In Yiddish cultural acl
men!
When tii' project was first conceived in iy.>
ope eluded even those who had
bout il for years before Now th.,- the
ave appeared covering onlj

It ha been estimal
abular) oorj But ..- I
thai ^(H'.IWhi was cl
I: is now believi t!., ten or twei I
I million wot I I
the first letter .'
>< 4.i ihni word ..r d if there is t } .
i) reach the unbelievable flgu
Th. Great Dictionar) of the Yiddish La
Yiddish Diet:
imposing number ol J< aisl
"'M in arraj of prominent m
nmunal leaders |s however to 1h> more that
ingi Judging i>\ the fit i i
volumes, ,t ,- i,, t. a treaaurehouse ol a unique to
pie who formed il for a period
thousand years ., repository of a path and a cultur.
have been dimmed b) tide and bv time Howev.i
impact of the tongue and of the people who forged it
an instrument of sanctitj and creativity is b)
ended The new dictionary could well contribute la
vnal of the Yiddish tongue
As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAL
Looking Long am
COON, SEN
leoff, of Connecticut, w
Abraham \ Ribi
set
up shop tor a continuing study of
iii han Might bv his Senate Bub
committee on executive reorgM]
i/ation And once again we will
have a televised portrayal of the
smells and noises, the heartbreak.
agony and frustration of slum lite
Hut who will really watch, really listen, really heed"
For as much as most people reading this fur
ther appraisal of the Negro Revolution may disagree
with Floyd B McKlssick. national director of CORK
they mmht do themselves and their country a favor
if they would go back and note what he said before
the Rlbicoff Committee in early December: He wa>
the son of middle-class Negro parents, destined as
either a preacher or a lawyer; when he was 13. he
was posted as a member of a Boy Scout troop
to patrol a play street and try to keep motorists away
from his fellow skaters. Police officers then came
along and. declaring it was not up to a Negro to
direct auto drivers, arrested him and beat him up
I Hard on Blight
Said Floyd McKissick at this point ,n his :
my: I will never gel the taste of UOOd all 1 ..-
phalt out of in; mouth I kuew then I must
law v el
That taste of blood and asphalt is in u
mouths and helps to account for the hauntinc shout
of "Bu:n. Habv. Burn"; for tlu- revolt of N-
youth aKamst the valiant, patient efforts of elder
statesmen like I'hil Randolph. Roy Wilkins. and
Whitney young for the alacrity with which militants
adopted the Black I'ower battle cry for the contempt
in which white liberals are held by the N*gro van
guard, the Deacon* for Defense, the eager students
of karate and judo.
It is quixotic to continue to believe that the pace
of improvement in the lot of America's 20.000.000
Negroes is satisfactory. There are more Negroes in
segregated schools today than before 1P54. when the
Supreme Court blew the whistle on the separate-but
equal hypocrisy. Negro unemployment has doubled
in the last several years despite a gross national
product winging on to almost a trillion dollars


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M vltTlN KINK, I'...I. K.-l
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DATED : 1 : lai 1
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BY HENRY LEONARD
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"We're improving, last Shabbas they
outnumbered the Congregation two to onel"
7
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
notice is hereby an kn
ih< iiniit-i -u-i.. .1. .1.- ring 1.....Haiti
in Imslm-aa under the mi....... nairn
>f APARTMENTS I'NI.tMl n 1
Mi \ 1: loth MrMt, Miami Klorida
illl'-ml- to r i with
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.."p 1 inponl 1 'laaa I 'etiti 1
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N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No 67- 2769
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
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1 urr Ai to m >. 1KM IN < IIKJ.--TII:. ... 1 Hi*. ... in I;. ... >..-'
M ..u.i. Klorida, 13137, ami fil.- an
1 naJ Answer or Pleadina In the
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( iiiu.t will l^ t.ik.ii ajcainal you
"i- the r.-i.i-i demanded In Hi. -
l-i.unt.
I'ATMD at Miami. Ptortda, tin
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Miami, Klorida, 33130
lt> K \1 l.YM \.N
11. put) Clerk
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
LLEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No 67- 2645
NOTICE OF SUIT
'ITIZKNM I- l."l 'i-.l; \l. SAVINUS
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riireokiee .1 certain Mortaaici more
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ncumben the follow ins di -
d i*i >>i..: ii- in i '.nil-
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l^.t I in Block it uf i- \l:i H. CITY
Mil m:.n.~. acrordlna to ihi
theieuf, recorded n llal 1 k >
at l'a:.. |3t, .,f Hi,. Pub 1 1
1 lade 1 'ounl), Klorida,
1 othi r relief, and yon ai -
-I t.. fill- > ,.111 An- \v .1 I..
l*i mplaini with th. Clerk ol the above
d < 'mil I an.l ti. *<-r\ 1
of .-ii I'lalnl iff attorm 1. 1 'AN
Kl. SKI-I.l It. MO lllil.al. I'll.'
1 ulcah, Klorida, not later than ti"
Hi da) ol Man h n di fault
ii i... h -.u.i ..mi-i.ui.i will be
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1 'ati- R It 1. i:\th I '.KM \\
Clerk ..i the Circuit Court
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i.il.ah. Mi.rl.la
neTt'xeda I ISII
1 MAX M HAUKN
1 if Counsel
! !l 3,3-10-1*
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
No. 73817
In i::
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HKUKliY ORVHN thai
the imu. 1 -.. 'i. ii. Aeairlmi nuoi.-.
m bunini-ae unik 1 the tlcUtiou* nama
.1 1111; HA.Mi.i.i'. .it MM Main Hlnh-
w -. Miami, mi* nil- in ri'Ki-tir -.nil
name wnli the l.-rk ..t tin- Ciivull
1 ol 1'..'.. bounty, Klo I
WIU.IAM VKTTBK, Hole Owner
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Attorm > i-i Vppll
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ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
vJcMsf) florid/ibr)
solicits your legal notices-
We appreciate yoHir
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
rates .
f#fal :t7:t-i6r,
lot messenger service
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No 73874
In RK ICetaU "i
MIRIAM HBIMOWrTB.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Po \i t, ditu and \.i l*ai mm*
HaviiiH Clalma or l'-.....nd* AKain>(
Said i state
^ -. ii.-r. b) notified and re-
I iir< .1 t.. i-i. ni an) clalma and
,1. mill a ii vou ma) Iih^.- aauinxl
11.....-:..!. .f MIRIAM IH.IMiiWITZ.
.1....,-..1 lad : ,'".- t'ounty, New
Turk,.....,.uiit> JuiIk-i ..f 1'.nil
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in Count) I'ourthouae In
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from thi .t the
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NOTICE Y PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, CIVIL ACTION
No. 67- 2727
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
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In fore tin .'Till d.i)
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..1 Complaint
notice nhall i-
... ii wnek i-.t four iimi itlve -i..-k
n TUB JEW isll llA HUDIAN,
1'i.M. AN Oltl'KKKIi ul Mian ,
Ida, :ii- !0in da I of Kebr iar)
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K l: 1.i:\TIll.It.MAN. Clerk,
Circuit Court, lade i--.-.:.' Klorida
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Miami, Klorida
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CIRCUIT COURT. HTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT. DAOfc COUNTY. FLA
No. 67- 1971
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
I CUANTON,
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Vi H JOHN '"I \Mi. .\- 570! Weal
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Involve -mpiami lu.u naalnal you
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1'. put) Clerk
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUOICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
No. 67- 2326
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
111:1. KN MOtUUttUN
Plaintiff,
ROY : MOIUUHON
I ii-l'i-n.la lit.
>ii| ItnY 1: MORRIRON, residence
Unknown, are 11.1111.il to 'ii' "i
of \...ir answer lo Wvorvt I'omplalnl
flliil aaalnat roti "ii I'lamtifin mi."
ney, UK'OROH N1CII01\K, til N.VI
lltk Ai'- Miami. Kla., ami file tin
Mil with I'U-rk of llm. I'.iir! "ii
!..i.- March ^tth, l7, otherwbv
complaint ill li^ oonfaaaed ii> you.
DATED K. I.rm.rv II, 1^67
K II I.EATHKRM \N. I'lirk
ll> C P 1 nlKI.VM'
iiy Clark
.'.17.1 3/3-10
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No 73787-B
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II M'.KY h"REEDMAN,
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Tn All Ci .-.i lora and mi IN n one
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No .-J823
In RK '':
I-MI.IM' KAKKOVITZ,
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All t" \
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quir. il !- I" nl n) :
demands hlch 1 nu ma) hai
tali ol KAI LINK H M.K' '\ II"'/..
,..,1 i.,t.- .1 I'.-i. County, Klor-
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and .1 1-1 ..\ Ideal In Mectlo
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HlJltl.'HY OIVKN
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111 11 :,. 11 1
of M J WINDOW AM- si l;l KN
SERVICE and undt r lh.
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION No. b7 24'9
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
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Miami, i:-
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
No. 73691 A
In RE: Estate nl
IJSROY D KIKNIIERO
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NOTICE TTJ CREDITORS
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUOICIAL CIRCl 1*1
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No 67- r-'O
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTv.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 73434-C Clark
In RE Estate of
II YM \N N I.KV. .\% C'll.
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NOTICE TO CREOITORS
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HARRY K KK\ ',\ II
.IKI.IAN LANK
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HARRIS AND MIKKIN
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
'N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUOICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOP
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCfc'
No. 67- 1843
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
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IN THE COUNTV JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 73667 A
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MOKRIM KA1.ER
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 71550
IN RK 1 .- t. m
THK.i;. DMO.N
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NOTICE OF INTENTION
TO MAKE APPLICATION
FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
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Pcoe 16-A
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190
Le~ lo right are Debbi Fischez Maria Jay, chairman of the
led Synagogue You-.-, r.tst dance committee cf Temple
Emano-EL end Mart: Harris arranging decorations for the
Temples fourth annucl dcr.ee for the Flor.da Science S-
Program. Temple Emanu-Ei. under the spir.tucl leadership
of Dr. frying Lehnnan, hosted the dance recently crt the Tem-
ple s Novtfa Branch Budding. Mrs. Evelyn Kopelxncm mmnber-
the lem] rected the USY rr.:r..**ee.s
IN RElAUAIIOrl Of tXtCUliU* Or l2 JEWS
Italian Rabbi Lifts 500- Year
Ban Against Blood Libel City
ROME IT be Italia-
Ral.bir.ia! B led thii
Uon :rr.;
an and ; of Trent
iftei j -:oup
of 12 Trent Jews were executed on
.j! nurder charge The m
-. dec are* J are now pei
. and trade in I .<
area. a purely \mbohc. since
'he Je Dg done o
eaJ action was in .
a peal >ral k
October, 1965. bj
Arch
2 the Jews inno
: rttei
;,
nation b) Pope- Caul VI of the
Ecumenical Council declaration re
pudiatinfc the charge of
Jewish reapoaaibiUt) for the cruci
fixion of Je-u-
The incident took place in
147$ when a two-year-old boy
ntn*4 Simon, son o* local tan-
ner, .muhec Hi* body wa*
found two days later, on Mar.
24, by on* of the 25 Jews of
Trent. Under the authority of
fho Prince-Bishop of Trent, a
"trial" wa* hold of mo*t of the
25 Jew*. Mo*t of the "defend-
ntt" were tortured to death on
charge*" the child
in Jewish wor*hip.
Sim..n vka recogii;
tune* a* a Bk <*d .
local veneration bv
mall) beatified b>
tion of Rites of the
panel in a Trent churc.
ally portraying the I
der. was covered up I
ago.
The Raubinical Boar
ed gratitude ta
(iottardi for hi- lnitia"
mg the fi\e centuru--
a^air.-t the J
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^Jewish Floridian
Miami, Florida, March 3, 1967
Section 3
Jewish War Vet Rally Sunday;
Cardinal Spellman to be Cited
FRANC'S CARDINAL SPULMAN
decodes of service
SPECIAL CLASSES TO BE NAMED
B'nai B'rith Slates
Events for National
Membership Body
Francis Cardinal Spellman will
receive i special award from the
Department ol Florida, Jewish \\ ai
Veterans, at a Viet Nam rail) Sun
daj night, h p m at Miami Beach
Auditoi ium
Floi id.i in mandi Ii In \1
lerman said thai the rallj foi
v ictory and peace, ill h
ardinal .vi" llman for his 11 i
n! set \ ice and pi i it ual
and leadership to tin' a
Forces
Chairman of the Sunday rally
is Daniel Neal Heller, Miami at-
torney and former national com-
mander of the JWV. The rally is
free and open to the public.
Coniiim here for the event wil
be Malcolm A Tarlov. of Norwalk.
Conn., who is currently serving as
national JWV commander.
Heller explained Wednesday that "to
the purpose of the rally will be Ann
COMMANDW tarlov
give an opportunity to those
ricans who agree with our
government position on Viet Nat \
to express their point of view Jus!
a.s their i- a duty to dissent tl
:- .i dutj to assent
Heller said that "we in J
fi el that the sil< i
' culate and tolerant
\ some! n i
ter mimum in some cast
.i
conscious purpose to creati
n pressi in th I
undei ov i Viel
In oppoi lion to the go> i
commitment in S Vsia
Heller said that "if the North
Vietnamese and the Viet Cong
know that we mean business and
recognize that they are not going
to wear us down as they did the
French, they will realize the fu-
tility of their aggression and be
Continued on Page 3-B
President Irving Kaye and mem
bership vice president, Mel Mai
CUS, are planning the final details
i for the Mar. 5 breakfast of liar
mony Lodge of B'nai B'rith. to be
held at Corky s Restaurant in
North Miami Beach
tssisting them has been Bernard
Langberg. Florida State vice presi
dent
To honor the national member
-ship cabinet meeting in Miami
Beach this weekend, Harmony
Lodge expects some 50 new mem-
bers at the breakfast
Laurence Kaplan, supreme
lodge regional director, will be
principal speaker. Meanwhile,
Miami Beach Councilman Paul
Seiderman it heading a group of
leaders who will be honored by
B'nai B'rith this Saturday even-
ing at the Deauville Hotel.
Special classes of ne members
will be inducted in honor ol
erman i Mbert Pallot, Interns
i! vice president ol I
'i and Ju ton Frii dman
Miami Beach i ..<- will
honor B'nai B'rith in their syna
gogues the same da\
Samuel Cohen. Supreme Lodge
nal director, District 1. B'nai
B'rith. and Seiderman. District 5.
B'nai B'rith. will address the mem
bership breakfast of the Miami
Beach B'nai B'rith Ixnlge on Sun
day, 9 30 a m at the Di Lido Hotel
The breakfast is in honor of the
annual conference of the National
Membership Cabinet Cohen will
appear as a representative of the
membership cabinet, and Seider
man will speak for District 5
Samuel PaSCOe, president of the
Miami Beach Lodge, will act as
chairman of the breakfast Others
participating in the program are
Milton Kahn. vice president and
membership chairman; Larrj Shu
man. Joe Bei nstein co chairmen
of the ioo Lincoln Hd campaign
Irving Schatzman, I life
president of the lodge Martin
.,. b Joseph Woldhon new board
fsidi nt Malcolm
Jack An usl i Iward
i \ in,
Sale! Human Hair Fall .f>.!M>
Reg $75, $95 CM g, and
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lay I. Kislak (center) recipient of thp 1967 Harold B. Boswosth
Memorial Award, joins the men who received the Mercantile
Division Award in 1965 and 1966 Jacob Rabinowitz (left)
and John N. Serbin. (See story, Paqe 11-B.)


Page 2-B
+Jenlstfhrkttor
Friday. March 3. l
967
Former ZOA National Prexy Nussbaum
To Speak from Ner Tamid Pulpit Friday
Dr. Meyer W. Weisgal. preside.-.: 02 the Weiz-
mann Institute ot Science m Isrcei. was guest
of honor at a luncheon ct the Imperial House
on Sunday. Feb. ;9. Left to light ore Leonard
Ratner. of Clevelcnd. Mrs. Jer.n-e Grassinger,
Sidney D. Ansin. chairman of the '.uncheon,
Dr. Weisgal. Stephen Carrier. Ham- H. Frank-
el. and Col. Jacob Arvey of Chiccao and Mi-
ami Beach. Corner cr.ci Richard Stone have
accepted the co chcirrr.rr^h:p ot youna lead-
ers in the business and crofe&sional world.
Dr Max \tivsbaum will speak
al temple Nr Tamid during th.
late sen ices. 8:15 p.m.. on Fnda>
I>r Nussbaum U iintii*i Lv^w
of Temple Israel, llolhwood. Calif.
"Dv of th. congregation^ M
th* Waal ( oaal '* M past national
ptMidilil <>( the Zionist organiza-
tion of America
lie is $ aiiuate of the Breslau
lewi-li Theological .scnunai> and
received a doctorate in philoM>ph>
frgm the Inn-ram of Wurzburn.
iicrman>.
Dr. Nuiibaum it known at on*
of the leading lecturer* in the
ZOA todav n4 served for s,
oral years a* chairman of he
national executive council ir
1959, he was the subject of R,|ph
Edwards' "This is Your Lif*"
program.
Or N'usshaum^ wbjei I -.
Friday at N>r Tamid will h,.
Year- ..f Zior.i-t Art 1
We Have .Iu>-t !',
This Zionist Sabhath at \
I i> being siKMi.sored h\ the -,
deis Zmr.ivt District of M,
li-ach. which will host an Oi
Shabbal following the M-r..<-.
honor '. Dr Nussbaum
Monday Membership Meet
Florida Senior Ci'uen< Club 2
ill hold a men.ber-hip m*-. I
!onda>. 2 o rn a- ;U_' \\a>r,n_
>n Ave Program .-.... Include a
ilk on diat<
Workmen's Circle Bodies
Plan Programs for Meets
Greater Miami Culture Group of
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U I :r.onthlj meeting
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Friday. March 3. 1967
Jen I it fhrlc/iar
Page 3-B
THERE IS A DUTY TO ASSENT'- HELLER
Judea Names
Jewish War Vets to Honor Spellman >Zmtoof?ear*
Continued from Page IB
forced to *it down at a peace
table with us."
Florida Commander Cooperman
siini that "c owe a duty to our
nun in the fiold who art' risking
their lives to let them know that
I he draft card-burners and the re-
nts minority spokesmen do not
speak lor us all."
Ki>hop Coieman F Carroll, <>f
tin- Miami Diocese, will deliver the
invocation Dr Irving Lehrman, of
Temple Emanu-EI, will deliver
si prayer for the safe delii
. nd speedj return of t s
men in Viel Nam and
Rev. Edward T. Graham, pas-
tor of the Mount Zion Baptist
Church, will deliver the benedic-
tion.
DANIU NtAL HULIR
Special committee headed bj
Heller is comprised ol Ralph Ro
aofsky, JWV's national patriotic
officer, and Ainslee Ferdie, dele-
gate-at-large for the Fourth Region
of JWV
The program is sponsored as .1
community service bj Chase Fed
oral Savings and Loan Association
under the supen ision o: George W
Valentine, vice president
One of Florida's most decor-
ated soldiers. Col. Melvin Gar-
ten, of Tampa, will be guest at
the rally. Col. Garten is a para-
trooper and combat infantryman
who was recommended for the
Congressional Medal of Honor
by Gen. Westmoreland. He re-
cently lost a leg in a land mine
explosion in Viet Nam.
Col Garten will he honored w ith
a life membership In JWV He is
a veteran of three wars and ut>
years of military service lie al
reaily hold- the Distinguished Serv-
ice Cross. Legion of Merit. Silver
Star. Bronze Star. Purple Heart,
and four rows id service medal-
Gables Bank Gives Dividend
Board of directors ol the Coral
Gables First National Bank has an
nounced a dividend of 45 cents
per share, payable on Feb 2K.
1'itiT in shareholders of record as
01 last Feb 2~ 1967 This 1- the
fourth dividend paid by Coral
Gables First National since I
ihar< "i Florida, ln< a bank
holding 1 1 led b> l
Smathers ir acquired control on
Dee 31.
Joseph Krefetz, Temple Jude
president, baa been named Men
ber of the Year,' and will be l< td
at a dinner dance on Saturday Ua|
11. at the temple
Chairmen of the affafi an !
Lcboa and Victor Reiter Reservi
tiona are being taken at the lei ipl
office
Krefet7 will be honored "foi hi-
leadership and endeavors on b< half
Of the temple lor the past tw
years, which culminated in the
construction and consecratio
the new Temple .lllde.i .iai
ada Blvd."
Luncheon Meeting Planned
Delia I11
iphilia I
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Belle Aire 11
JWV Helps Viet Nam War Effort
JWV has been heavily in-
\olved in the civil action
program in Viet Nam and
the 14 posts and ladies' aux-
iliaries of JWV in the Miami
area have already sent
25,000 paperback hooks, tape
recorders, tapes, soap, soft
drink mixes, and other
items to Viet Nam.
Among Florida JWV offi-
cers serving on the commit
tee are James Stern, senior
vice commander from the
West Miami Post, who is
handling the interfaith liai-
son portion of the program
Sunday night; Michael Schec-
ter, first junior vice com
mandi r, Coral Gables Post,
handling the school participa
fion portion of the program.
d Arthur A Selevan, sec-
ond junior vice ndcr,
if North Miami Beach Post,
n 11 security
An impressi' I on of
the iM I" th mass
.ng of the colors under 1 he
A em
.hi. 1 omn li Miami
Beat li Post and 1 lional
Two-Day Rummage Sale
IVmple Sinai od will
I 1,1 .1 rumma 1 < on 'l hursdaj
Fi id.i\ ..t the Ni M' ill
Baptist Church, 2201 SW 48th
Ave w Hollywood
Americanism officer and
chief of staff of the Depart-
ment of Florida In the hon
or guard will be the JWV
Guard of Honor, supervised
by Ma) Harold I'hr. of
North Miami Beach Partici-
pating organisations and
posting of the colors will be
the American Legion Tenth
District, Department of Flor-
ida, and the Veterans of
Foreign Wars. Department of
Florida
The Homestead Air Force
Base ili be represented by
its commanding officer and
the Miami Scottish Bagpipe
Hand will pipe in the colors
In addition the Miami
Beach High School Hand and
1 hoir will tender musical
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to occupy fwn noun fvfw/wg
Bishop Carroll at Emanu El
SAMUU SPtCTOK HJttr SIMONS
AT GOLDEN JUBILEE PATRONS DINNER
Beth David Fetes
Two Sunday Eve
Beth David Synagogue will hon-
or Harry Simons and Samuel J
Spector at their Golden Jubilee
Patrons dinner dance on Sundav
ir. Spector HaJl.
Both Simons and Spector have
been with Beth David for 40 years.
and their untiring efforts and de
votion on behalf of Beth David
have endeared them to all who
know them.'" declared Albert Beer,
pre-ident. this week.
The banquet haU at Beth David
is called Spector Hall, and the
library is named in honor of Sim-
ons as the Harry Simons library
Spector and Simons will receive
life memberships This is the first
time in the history' of Beth David
that a life membership will be
presented
I
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Quinn lisi
25th HOUR"
Annual Auction
For Sisterhood
SiMrrhood of Temple Or Olom
held its monthly meeting last
Thursday. 8 15 pm. at the temple
social hall
Entertainment was the annual
new clothing auction Mrs Ijw
rence Wulkan acted as auctioneer
Committee included Mesdames
Max Forman. IrvinR Platoff. Ijw
rence Kaplan. l.eon Lefkowit2.
William Seidman. Charles Kneap
ler. and Mrs Ijwrence Wulkan
Mrs Albert Solo is Sisterhood
president, and Rabbi Ralph Glix
man is spiritual leader of the con
gregation.
Rev Coleman P < arroll. fir-t
Bi>hop of the Diocese of Miami,
will br uut-a speaker at the late
Friday evening services at Temple
Emanu-EI Dr Irving I^ehrman will
officiate at the services. Cantor
Zvi Adler will chant, assisted by
the Temple Choir
Recently. Bishop Carroll and Dr
I.ohrman sened as honorary co-
chairmen of the Catholic Jewi-h
Dialogue conducted at Barry Col-
Bwhop Tarrol!
Ten:; Emanu-E vman
sairi. i a n of
the
The National Conference of
Christians ana Jews recently
conferred its Silver Medallion
Brotherhood Award on Bishop
Carroll citing him for "outstand-
ing contribution to good human
relations."
Hla vwnk ::: this field a^ aNo
<; by President Lyndon B
Johnson who named Bishop Car-
roll a member of the National
Citizen] Committee for Community
Relations in 1964 He was the re-
cipient in 1963 of Palm Beach
County s Human Relations Award
in recognition of his efforts in the
interracial field
In the latter part of 1966. Bishop
Carroll was honored for "his out-
standing dedication and distin-
guished achievements in the field
, of equal opportunity and human
. relations by the Greater Miami Ur-
ban League
Not content with the progress in
the area of civil rights. Bishop
Carroll met with representatives of
other faiths to deal with the racial
problem in this area and because
of his leadership in matters relat
ing to racial justice he was in
vited to serve as chairman of the
Dade County Human Relations
Temple Games Party Held
Temple Beth Raphael. 1545 Jef-
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ty on Sunday. 7 3D p m at the
temple.
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lleli Ihfn S i
i i ion "i
Mr nd u
\ \v 5th lionorees at
Ir an I Mrs
Wi I I
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B i ;ad Mi
. : Ii > i.c- ii Meyei s ei ti
i iil part) u tlir
ents
hos>t" the irsal and family
dinai just ire the nuptials
Fading t.; .: honeymoon trip
in N' YorV: ; .'\. the ncv.lyv.ed-
will be hoi ired at a luncheon
then hoste new Mrs Traeg
pi s parents them relatives
and "end^
Brit it yell w flowers decorated
the t. me or Mr and Mrs Jerrj
ROSSI I 10239 W Broadview I)r.
on Saturday night, Feb. 21. when
the> hosted ai engagement party
in honor of their daughter. Bobbi
Ross and fiance, Sean If. Kauf
man The buffet table was
loaded with delicacies and a huue
white cake with intertwining
hearts, one marked Bobbi. one
marked Sean Future bride
sparkled in a black raw silk cock
tail frock, and her mother also
chose a fashionable short black
number, and Mn Harold Kauf
man mother "i the bridegroom
i i be, selected a chic pale pink
Junior host
esses takii t theii role vei) lei i
nstei Robin 13,

\ lively
fered e in rhun
to p>t k ; '' dance

Among the 150
ts were Mr and Mi Gerald
\:
rica, hi" ts of th# ful
im's pacenOK I': add Mrs
Harold Kaufman, and RaM> and
\li> Alexander Gross, of the He
brew Acadnny Also several
of Bobbi's sorority sisters from
Alpha Kp-ilini Phi. including Sue
Dobbie, Natalie Zadoff, Linda
Sloane, Susai Sirotla, and Bydie
Kaufman, Sean's sister .. Among
future doctors. Richard Ellenbo
gen, Fred Cohen. Allen Herman.
Jerry We-ner. John Jessel and
Mark Wickman.
*
It's almost 58th anniversary lime
for Mr and Mrs. Michael Tenen-
holtz, who will be guests of honor
Continued on Page 10-B
Of New
Creations
The latest products of Israel's
fashion industry, an important fac-
tor in the country's drive to in-
crease its exports, were to be dis
played Thursday at the internation-
al premiere of the 1967 Israel Bond
Fashion Show
The event was to be the high-
light of the National Women's
Division luncheon which opens the
Israel Bond inaugural conference
now meeting at the Fontainebleau
More than 900 visitors and resi-
dents of the Miami area have been
witnessing the exciting display of
the latest creations from Israel's
fashion ateliers.
l.ola Beer, the most famous
couturiere in the Middle East, who
is known throughout the world for
her fashion creations, was to be
guest of honor at the luncheon.
Mrs Jan Peerce. chairman of the
National Women's Division of Is-
rael Bonds, was to preside. The
fashion show is staged and acces-
sorized by Jordan Marsh Miami
leading Israeli designers whose
work is represented in the new
Israel Bond Fashion Show, in addi
tion to l.ola Beer, are Finy Leiters-
dorf. Gideon oherson. Shafii Tal-
mor and Pnina Shallon Furriers
whose creations are included are
Stefan Braun and Eliahu Neulan
del Finn- represented are Aleil.
vpa/. ata. Beged-Or, Beth She
mesh Derby Knit. Diva. Elanit,
Elastex Elemko, ('.alia. Gottex,
Jadoli of Israel, Ji coli
Friday, March 3. 1967
Paqe 5-B
Lola Beer, internationally-renowned creator of women's high
fashion, due at the Israel Bond fashion show opening the
inaugural conference at the Fontainebleau.
Maskit. Matzkin. Schiff Atlas Shel
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NANOOK" SCHWARTZ OF THE NORTH
V vhuartz of the North is usuallj
called Esther or Mrs Sidney Schwartz From (hi
Miami the northern snow torn
\ rit!'> that -he really mu*t be a- 'Rookie" as her
tta) up there during all
- dreadful wealth
THE "IN" GROUP
Hthini; nc haw beta adeM at Weateien
< oui.ti> ( lub on Saturday nighta lt"i the Little
( lub in the oak paneled dininu room only .ixt\
an ailaawd Through the gtaaa doors, the
\ hite-hatted chef can be seen at the charcoal
trill t.-nderly hulling each steak to order Then
incinc to the musical 'no. Amoim
fElieats uere Mr and Mr* llOIQaw Singer. Mr
: Mrs Ed Harris Mr and Mn James Cohen and
I ill Cohen. Mr and Mrs. Morns Rosenberg and
' hncland. Mr and Mrs I. Far-
Mr and MM. IrtiBg l.ovitt. Mr and Mrs.
N arvia Silvan Mr and Mrs Bernard J Wagner.
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SHE LIKED HER OWN PARTY
What v ntj and black and red all over \
r uvpaner" But that doesn't apply to the cocktail
\ arty Dr Ira Kothfield and his Wendy had at
t'leir home in North Miami. It was all red roses
R id fat cupids and red hearts. All of the fancy
< ikes and hois d oeuvres were embellished with
hearts. Even red roses floated in the pool. Ira
erected the cuest* in a white dinner jacket with
i-d braid, while Wendy s Ions white gown had
r-d medallions around the halter neckline. Three-
> car-old Elizabeth wore a hostess dress with red
1.carts and helped her mother and father Rreet
mestv Seven yearold Bobby spent most of his
t me with the band, observing All of the eucsts
came in red or white Fortunately, the rain hold
off until next morning- when the tons of red
ea turned back into tons and tolU of toggj
red tissue paper A uesU won Dr. and
Mm Stanford Kane. Dr and Mrs l^wrence Brody.
Dr and Mrs Paul Richman. Dr and Mrs Edwin
- Dr and Mrs ( harles Friedman, Mel Frutn-
Mr and Mi- Leonard Rothfield, I>; and
Mrs Peter Rubelman, Mr and Mis J Sk
Mr and Sir- David Reiss
THERE GOES SPEEDY
Sored> ran around the track at Flakier Ken-
nel Club, and all of the do^s. the real ones,
(based after him Seen leisurely dining were
Myia and Aaron Farr Stanley and Martha Myen,
and Sylvia and Sidney Lefcourt At the next table
were Philip and Mona Warshaw. with MoM'a
brother. Moms Monashefsky, and his wife Betty,
from Kingston. N Y Seen at another table were
Mr and Mrs. Jack Cooper she in a stunning
white Coaaaj knit Also Georgian and Joan Serhin
and Martin and Gertrude Feuer There was a
hurst of yellow, and in came red haired Fvelyn
Cohan witb her husband. Norman, en route home
from an evening of night clubhmg A round about
way home
AMISH STRAWBERRIES
Fran and Burton Levy had the second in
their series of intimate dinner parties From that
little Amish farm in Homestead. Fran got those
famous strawberry pies. .After the guests had
picked up their food at the buffet table. Fran
was horrified to find that the men had all seated
themselves together, leaving the women unescort-
ed. Men who sat at one table with their host
were Dr. Samuel Berlmwitz. Dr. Edward Blum.
Marvin Tavel and Dr Harry Horwich. while their
wives sat at the other
Faftces Lehman
A look of surprise is on the face of Mrs. Louis Schwarta (center
honored recently at a luncheon at the home of Rabbi and Mrs
Alexander Gross for her selfless dedication to furthering the
study of Torah at the Mesivta Senior Hiqh School of Greater
Miami Former Councilman Hyman Galbut (right awards
Mrs. Schwartz a sterling silver brooch. Mrs. Murray Berlco-
witz (left) is president of the women's group.
Delta Phi Epsilon Hears Book Review
Delta Phi Epsilon Miami Alumni
Association presented its annual
book review Saturday. 1:30 p.m..
at the home of Mrs Edith El son.
<432 Bav Dr.
Mrs Edith Jacobson reviewed
"The Secret of Santa Yittoria "
Miss Reverly Rosman was in
charge of reservations
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Panelist., outstanding in then
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bi the Dade Count) Council Center, on The Family u- Seen
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NOTED COMMUNAL AND RELIGIOUS LEADERS
CONGRATULATIONS
International Inaugural Conference
RAW ABRAHAM J. SAFRA REV. SOtOMOM COOf ER
invite their many friends to attend
the annual dinner of
Yeshiva and Mesivta Torah Yodaath
on
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Friday. March 3. 1967
UnistJhridiir
Page 7-3

JM SALUTES
THE ISRAEL BONDS
FASHION SHOW
. and its guest oi honor, Lola Beer,
the most famous couturiere in the
Middle Last. Highlighting the shov
luncheon, an ->remiere
ol designs by her and others
:ed lor th
raitsmanship. Staging and
co-ordination by Jordan Marsh.


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> kist fhrrttor
Fridc ; 196?

"OMAN OP THE WEEK
luaut

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f two daughl
-. .....I Ta..anoff. mho r. .-med
to caangc mm iou rinec thej moved here in 1SH4 f ucille
V* She as in all of the school
" '-*0'- them all the a>. sang
a tattle for her on n enjoyment even sang on the Luck\
Strike program Aia>s interested .n fashion and de
he studied those courses when she
went to NYL' It has always been
i hobb> with her; even now. she is
interested in doing children's
T'jom- tor which she has a decided
flair
Lucille met George in high
school During the three years they
together. Georges lawyer
mind figured out that he spent
fur wbwty going
back and forth from Brooklyn to
Manhattan The conductor got to
lid let r.
time to gel off Daughter
' few York
idled \oice since age 12. and
Sh. married I
twt children. Stacie and
talented, uas born here in Miami and
A
Dli war >e>r<. Lucille and Geor?e were ad
kBartl
1T\ acti.
**"** f She wai also
>nd the Sisterhood ol f.
: U h ha been
in ancer Social he i in
* Division and tb. Apartn..
to the community ha^ been manifold So
Lucille spent months with pi ral nHp gHting to
gether all of George i act l i and their family life It
haj to their honeymoon room on it
When George is able to get away, the Tahanoffs eniov
traveling They particular!* like to go to Mexico City and
the little known places around there Lucilles hobbies are
varied She enjoys ndirg at least once a week She also
enjoys gourmet cooking She never hesitates to ask ques-
tions about a recipe that has caught her attention, and
v> far has managed to entice the finest chefs to tell their
. ta-
ll seems to Lucille that there is aJwavs some dinner
or banquet connected with Georges activities thev must
attend But it isn't a must with Lucille She enjov's going
with him and being introduced as Mrs George Tahanoff
Jewish Women's Council
Honors 'Angels' Friday
Son. 700 Angola of Gn
Miami Section National Council
will ai
taanebleau H
will
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have contributed merchandise and
or hours to one of <'ouncii'x three
Thrift Shops in tl > Miami
from the e Thrift
maintain and furthei
Council's man) lervie ams.
Mi- Edwin Oppenbeim is p
Miami Section

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and the elbow length sleeves were
bordered *ith lace a> wa the skirt
at the center and hemline She
wore a pearl-embroidered lace
coronet which held the multi-tiered
silk illusion veil, and earned a
satin covered Bible, holding a euv
cade of white roses with detached
white orchid corsage in center
Matron of honor was Mrs Louis
Foster Maid of honor wa< Miss
Helene Brenner, and bndesmatron
* a- Mrs Frank Moses Best man
was Louis Rabin, and ushers were
Frank Moses. William Solen. Sam-
uel Foster
A graduate of Midwood High and
Brooklyn College in New York
the bnde has been teaching
in the Dade County school system
since coming here ir. 1965
*JfJ. IftTtAM A. TtAlOlf
A native Miamian. the bride
groom graduated from Miami Sen
lor High and attended the I'niver
sity of Miami His fratermts hi
Tau Delta Phi He is an export
manager for Traeger 1
thir return from a wedding
trip to Puerto Rico and New \ k
City, the aewtywods will live in
Miami
Mrs. Bialolenki
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Nuptials, conducted by Rabbi Max
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lowed, were htid at Beth Toiah
legation
Daughter ot Mr and Mrs Archie
< otzin 2041 NE 167th St the bride
in a graduate of North Miami Sen
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Junior College
For her wedding, the wa attend-
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Mads Chaskes. Judy Ross and Ev-
; elyn Leavitt
The bridegroom, son of Mr and
Mrs Leo Stein 865 NE 174th St .
also graduated from North Miami
and i now art.-:
Miami Dade Junior College
ing a;- hi* boat man was Steven
Stein, and ushers included Stewart
Solomon. John Mittleman. Harvej
BreslOW, Neil Sonnett and Alan
Cotna
On their return from a honey
moon in Emerald Beach. Nassau,
new Mr and Mr- Stein will hvt
at 2124 NE 167th St.
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Mrs. Rothfield
Mrs. Sltgel
Mrs. levi'ff
Mrs. Singer
Mrs. leey

/REATER Miami District ol
^^ihe Zionist Organization
\meriea were hosts Saturday
evening at the Fontaincbloau Ho
Lei tor their annual supper dance.
VmonS hosts were the Albert E.
Mips, and she those a full skirt
id black lace short formal for
the evening Klack lace was also
.orn by Mrs Selma llirshant and
Mi t. Sam Rappaport.
Mi- EHaa Malpern's porcelain
t>lue brocade sheath featured a
ufll'/l V-neckline and a match-
ng jacket. Beige silk crepe with
jack chantilly lace at the hem-
ine wa> Mrs. Elaine Beck Rodin's
hoice. Mrs Mildred Skolnick
(it a white ribbon lace ensem
It with a white mink collar on
.er three quarter length coat. A
lack and white floral silk print
-.1- ..urn by Mrs. Rachel t'haru
> M. i fitted bodice had a icoop-
.iteau neckline and her skirt
.,- m a modified Aline liihou-

A three piece golil brocade en
" mmule with a tourmaline
-link collar was worn by Mrs
\ Feldman Mrs Morris Mm
-hose a black silk crepe sheath
ith a white brocade jacket piped
lack Mr-- Eira Finegold waa
0 a bone sheer wool two -piece
math Royal blue silk knit with
natching caviar beads embroid-
ered on the bodice was worn by
Mrs. Charles Goldstein.
Mrs. David Trask was in a
.harcoal and black knit with a
high illusion neckline in front
* hich dipped low in the back
Mr> Yetta Trask chose a rose
nink moygashel sheath with flor
al cut-outs on the bodice lined
with matching pink silk organza.
A sleeveless black sheer wool
a*, worn by Mrs Alfred Stone
She topped her dress with an
.
i terald green satin coat Black
thantilly lace waa worn by Mrs
Fannie \\ t in.-tein.
\li Anita Rosen's black silk
featured a shell bodice encrusted
with iridescent sequins and cav-
iar beads. A royal blue knit en-
semble was worn by Mrs. Louis
Ehrlich. Mrs Sylvia Meyers chose
a black wool Israeli knit trimmed
with jet caviar beads Mrs J. S.
Smith's gown was in pale yellow
silk organ/a in the Fmpress Eu-
genia style Shocking pink crepe
was Mrs Regina Halperins
choice. The bodice of her gown
wa> covered with latticed silver
lann

#*ILVER lame m the sheath ail-
houette was seen on Mrs
(Jracc King Mrs Jenny Rosen
berg s emerald green silk wool
knit had black velvet floral ap-
pliques 'in the bodice A red wool
kmt enaemblc was Mrs David
Goodman's choice Mrs May
Korn's black silk ensemble fea-
d a gold and silver matellaac
brocade bodice A three piece bio
cade ensemble with the double-
breasted jacket was worn by Mrs.
,ia.k Granal Mrs Edward Blum
. Id chose a black chiffon over
-ilk Her blouson bodice had a
:i\ cowled neckline m white
chiffon.
Work of League
Reviewed Here
A meeting and review of the
work of the Women's League for
Israel. Florida Chapter, were held
at 1 p.m., Wednesday, at the Forte
Towers North. 1200 West Ave.
Mrs Edward von Fragstein. a
member of the Florida Chapter,
spoke on the "Purim Holiday "
Chapter president is Mrs Mich-
ael Tatlen.
Annual 'Bal du Printemps'
Shaping Up as March Gala
"Bal du Printemps," annual The dance is scheduled for Sun
Spring Ball of the Young Women's day. Mar 11. at Westview Country
Division of the Combined Jewish Club.
Appeal, is springing into a "beauti Mrs Robert Shapiro, president of
ful affair.'' according to Mrs Lynn the Young Women's Division, said
Krinzman and Mrs. Stanley Gilbert, that the committee has been work
ball chairmen. ing exceptionally hard to make
Wometco Offers Prize Films Here
Opening on Friday, Mar. 3. at
the Surf Theatre is Alfie." The
Wometco presentation stars Mich
ael Caine. is in color, and was
nominated for Best Picture. Actor.
Supporting Actress and Song
Currently showing in a road en-
gagement is "The Sand Pebbles"
at the Carib Theatre. Starring
Steve McQueen, the film was nom-
inated for eight Aeadeim Awards.
i> in color and Panavision Dail>
performances are at 2 and 8:30
p.m.
"Blow-Up" was to open Thurs-
day, Mar. 2, at the Mayfair, Sun-
set and Normandie Theatres.
The film by Michelangelo Anton
ioni is in color and stars Oscar
Nominee. Vanessa Redgrave,
David Hemming* and Sarah
Miles.
Special showing Wednesday at
the Mayfair Theatre at 8:15 p.m.
featured "The Game is Over," and
Starred Jane Fonda in color and
Panavision. with direction by Rog
er Yadim.
"The 25th Hour" in color, star
ring Anthonj Quinn and Yirna
Lisi, opens Fridaj at Wometco 'a
Miami. Miracle, and 163rd St
Theatres Director is Henri Ver
neuil.
the Spring Ball a most gala and
outstanding affair
We expect a turnout from all
parts ol Dade County.'' said Mrs
Shapiro The committee's ana
chairmen Mrs. Burton Ltve>
and Mrs Morns Levitt, of South
Dade: Mrs Ira Rothfield. of North
Dade. and Mrs Myron J Singer
of Miami Beach have been scout
ing their respective areas in an
"effort to obtain a $50 minimum
pledge to Combined Jewish Ap
peal, which is a prerequisite lur
an invitation to the Spring Ball
S ecial gifts chairman for the
Spring Ball is Mrs J Allen Siege I
Mrs. Grossinger in Talk
Mrs Jennie Grossinger, intei
nationally known philanthropist,
will be guest speaker at the Mon
day luncheon ol the Auxiliary to
Goodwill Industries of South Flor
ida Her topic will be Something
for Everyone
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Friday. March
Holding completed legal document which
grants SI00.000 to the American Histadrut
Development Foundation during second an-
nual mid-winter conference dinner at the
Fontainebleau Hotel Thursday night are the
proud donors. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Newmark.
of Miami Beach. Shown (left to right) are Dr.
Sol Stein, national executive director of Hista-
drut. Israel Ambassador Michael Arnon; Mr.
and Mrs. Newmark; Rabbi Leon Kronish,
national vice president of the Histadrut Foun-
dation; and Herbert S. Shapiro. Miami Beach
legal co-chairman. More than 800 persons at-
tended the dinner at which entertainer Frank
Sinatra also announced a SI00.000 gift and
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Feinstein. of Miami Beach
pledged S79.000.
Frank Sinatra Makes Pledge
Of $100,000 to Histadrut
Frank Sinatra. singer and film
Aar, electrified an audience of
more than 800 Jewish leaders as-
sembled from all parts of the
United SUtea and Canada for the
second annual conference of the
American Histadrut Development
v undation al the I ontaii i bleau
Hotel
need ;< gift of
Frank
ith

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Presentd By
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ported that Sinatra has alreadv
paid Soe.UOO of his pledge
Sinatr* delivered five minute
talk climaxed by his personal
pledge Ha mentioned his most
raeant visit to Israal lat year,
when he dedicated tt# Youth
Center in Nazareth. "Israal, to-
day, continues to live up to the
ideals for which it was establish-
ed almost 19 years ago social
justice, brotherhood, and human
dignity It has my warmest back
mg and as a tangible token of
my support for the l.md and
people of Israel, I pledge myself
the sum of 5100,000 for the Sin
atra Youth Center of the Hista-
drut," he said.
'
for them
d bj Mh-ii di
the
Israel, th< Hista
sets I
Ml '
baatador M rhael Amon Li
i ael maul i
Israel Daughters
Hold Memorial
lunchei
li
In ..duit.u^
er weir given to
:ts. whose \\ul\ ujs
di^i ,\. ii In the lobb) "I the No
Miami Beach Auditorium
nd Mi

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Sarrmel Nadlei Leo
Reinhard, Bcnfe) Roth, Jo
Shapiro Vkiva Simeba Milton Si-
mon, Phineaa Weberman. Berel
and former Israel Ambassador to
Ghana, was principal speaker at
the dinner opening of the four-day
conference The capacity turnout
pushed the Histadrut Foundation
past the $8450.000 mark in a na-
tionwide drive to reach the $10.-
000.000 mark in 1967 William II
Sylk, of Philadelphia, national
Chairman, presided at the dinner
Mi ..nd Mis Morris Newmark,
"f M I ch, announi i
of skiiuh. Mi and Mr- S
: Miami Beach,
2
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nil nt
The conference ended Sunday
aftrmoon with a seminar on es-
tate planning at the Blackstone
Hotel, led by Dr. Sol Stem, na-
tional executive director of the
Israel Histadrut campaign. Mich-
ael Sossin. vice president of the
Greater Miami Israel Histadrut
Committee presided. Herbert S.
Shapiro, co-chairman of the Mi-
ami lawyer* and accountants
committee for the Histadrut
Foundation, and Anna Brenner
Myers, Jewish communal leader,
participated in the seminar.
\ I of the conference
wai the | 'Kin oi the Hista
tfrul P mei r Award tu Mi and
' Hifkin nf M:ami lie.,, li
1 ,
smerk I tadrul Dew I
:.ll
Irul m
larai .merit-.
the eaah income dei\c 1 H n bj en
listing commitments n in oi
wills and bequests, insun
i( ies ifl annuitie and -
loli^ tei ii .incuts
SISTtltHOOD LUNCHEON
Gleason Star,
Jane Keane, Due
At Beth Sholom
Jane Keane, "Trixic Norton" of
The lloneymooners" on the Jackie
< ..i Show, will h<' featured en
tertainer at the annual luncheon
of the Sisterhood of Temple Beth
Sholom on Wednesday, Mar. 18,
11:30 a.m.. at the Doral Beach
| Hotel starlight Roof, accordii
an announcement b) Mrs rtarvej
F Kramer, chairman -if the func
tion
From an overnight success in her
first Broadway musical, Earlj to
Bed Miss Keane wenl on to pia>
the lea Night eluiis and television also
beckoned, ;is well as another s,,nL,
and dance hit. -(311 Me Mister.
in which she starred with her lis-
ter, Betty Keane
Jane Keane has appeared on the
Dean Martin Show. Days of our
Lives." "Along Fifth Avenue'' with
Jackie Gleason, and other televi-
sion shows, such as "The Alcoa
Hour." "Follow the Sun" and "Dr
Kildare."
Miss Keane will he accompanied
by Larry Kelem at her appearance
for the Beth Sholom Sisterhood.
Mrs Seymour Silverman is presi
dent of the Sisterhood, and Mrs
Max Kesselman la co-chairman
with Mrs Kramer of the luncheon
Committee for the luncheon con
aJati of Mesdamcs Harold Druker.
Harold (iranoff. Morns (ireen.
Stanton Halpert. James Knopkc.
Meyer Kotler, Martin I.undy. Mar
vin Marx. Aaron Reder. Nathan
Schoenberc. Jack Shapiro. Irwm
Teplis. Allan Wilaon and Han\
Wolk.
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Hearing and speach Cor-seni
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Raphael Nursery Kinder-par
Jan II The tests were survrvis.
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County Hearing and Speec r
ter and were part of the hool <
continuing health program
Mrs Joan Cohen is pre
director, and faculty memK
dude Mrs Anita Ctrster, Mrs 5;
\ia Cudwin. Msa' F.stclle
Mr Miriam Abraham. Mrs Pauli
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Friday. March 3, 1967
-JtmlsitthrldHar
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AT JEWISH THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY CONVOCATION
Ribicoff Asks $50 Billion Slum Drive
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it .slums in Ihe dt-cade of
-" wal urged Tuesday by
Abraham A Ribicoff.
. ssing more than 750 friends
Jewish Theological Semin-
Ami'i iCJ at its annual con
l dinner in Ihe Diplomat
tbt Connecticut Democrat
d a three point program for
"our cities off the center
He suggested a partnership of
; private end public sources in
pi ov ding "guaranteed jobs for
all. Me also urged "a decent
|nom in a decent environment
for every American," a goal, he
s*ic which would require an
^investment in our urban areas
st $50 billion over a decade.
Sen. Ribicoff warned that Ihe
'lack of economic opportunity i>
permanent for too many of the
16 million poor who live in our
metropolitan areas todaj dang
linn helplessK on the clifl between
unasaployment and undercmplo)
meat.
Presentation of the Seminar) -
National Community Service
Award was made at the dinner to
a number of distinguished laymen
for dedication to the highest pun
ciplea of Judaism and exemplar)
leadership in the endeavor to en
nch the spiritual life of the com
munitv.
Recipient- of the hion/c plaipie
award were Philip Horwich, C*hl
caeo Marvin II 111. Youngstown;
of M Junior Attends Confab
K 1 Rosen, a University of
|i junior from Franklin. N .I .
nm but) >asl regional convention of
Iphi Kappa M| national profes
)". business fraternity, in Krtox
|N Tenn.. last week
[A marketing major. Rosen, 22.
ok | art in a panel on business
acr it's and in a report from busi-1
ts- vhools in the State of Flor
i Kcven transferred to W*. in
the tall ef l44 after attending)
jfcnoa College in Galesburg, III.,
--#nc" Miami Oade Junior College.
tulfstream Plans
eason's Opener
Gl fstream Park will offer a
. of $2,002,256 in purses dur-
.tti^ Mar 4 to Apr. 24 meeting
4nd tract the top horses In the
our : > in the slakes race-
largest purse distribution
t i and toward further fir
tati: the caliber Of competition
with ioie monej earmarked for
the tier hniM'- .'amis Donn
Jr. -ulfstream president said
SDii: acinjj secretarj Ed McKin
se\. ..- scheduled an attractive
i :i ot overnight features com
BUI with our -take- events
Heading Gulfstream's -take- will
:; Sioo.owi added headliners.
I irida Derb) and Gulfstrean
indicap
Florida Dei b). a n lie .mil
hth classic for three
-I foi Saturday, Apr l
atle) Stable'- Successor
.an two-year-old of I960,
the ii neminatioj foi the
innin ol ihi- clasMc
from which he holds an Associ-
ate of Arts degree.
At the University of Miami, he i-
director of public relations for Al-
pha Kappa Psi, cadet public infor
ni.iti a reporter for the campus news-
paper, the Miami Hurricane, a
brother o| Phi Epsilon Pi soeial
fraternity, past president of the
Miami ATID. the collcRe age organ-
ization of the I'nited Synagogue of
America, and a member of the
Hillel Foundation.
In New Jersey, he wa- state com
mander of the Sons of the Amer-
ican legion (1964-65).
A J Molasky. Miami Beach; Jacob
Popkin, Springfield, Mass.; Philip
H Sagarin, Bridgepeat, Conn.;
Charles K Smith. Washington,
D.C.; and Abe Wide-, Indianapolis
Earlier in the day, the Her
beit H. Lehman Ethics Medal
was presented to Mr. Ribicoff at
a special convocation in Temple
Emanu-EI. Dr. Louis Finkelstein,
Seminary chancellor, conferred
the medal and cited the Connec-
ticut Senator for his "leadership
in the effort to establish a great
society in this land which will
insure the freedom of each indi-
vidual to fulfill his own poten-
tial, unencumbered by ignorance
and unimpeded by poverty."
The Connecticut Senator paid
tribute lo the late Sen. Lehman
for hi- sense of obligation to
serve and help others."
Other participant- in the dinner
included Dr Bernard Mandelbaum,
Seminary president: Albert A
List, Nw York, chairman of the
Committee for a Greater Seminary:
Samuel Fnedland. Miami Beach:
Ollie A Cohen. Brookline. Mass:
Miklos Sperling, Indianapolis; Rab-
bi J. I^onard Azneer. Temple
Anshe Emeth. Youngstown: Rabbi
Sol Landau. Beth David Congrega-
tion. Miami; and Rabbi Sidney
Steiman, Congregation Beth-El
Zcdcck, Indianapolis Alfred Fleish
man. St Louis, was toastmastcr.
At the Convocation in Temple
Emanu-EI. Dr. Simon Greenberg.
vice chancellor of the Seminary
and chancellor of the University of
Judaism. Los Angeles, delivered
the eighth annual Samuel Pried
land Lecture. "Intellectual Free
dom in the Jewish Tradition \
volume containing the previous
lecture- of distinguished theolog
iana and teachers was presented
to Mr Fnedland by l)i I'inkel
-lem
Miami Women
Hear Students
B'nai B'rith Women of Miami
presented a program entitled
"Around the World in Brothen
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Hillel Foundation
Seven international students
from the UniversitJ of Miami I
representing hi- own country,
Guesl speaker wa- Dr. Donald
D Michelson, whose topic was
"Brotherhood Begin- at Home.'
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Friday, March 3.1 oc7
Dade County Bar Building Materialized 52 known entertaIJ
During Administration of Judge Silver JSZ**
o. special rits
William Ruben (left1. Mrs. lean Bosworth. and Byron J. Topol
(light). Mercantile Division chairman, present the' 1967 Harold
B. Bosworth Memorial Award to Jay I. Kislak.
Merchants Vow
$92,711 to CJA
Campaign Here
D.i tar .A ition's
ffro-storj ivnnarent hi'adquavtt'i
building;. 11! NW I si Am-., across
from the Dade County Courthouse,
i- now lu'iftfi completed
This major undertaking "as a
project spearheaded during the
. .,, nistra ioi ol Judge Pam I Si
ver, ol the law firm of Pallot, Sil-
ver, Pallot i I Stern, who served
i il the Bai Association
196465
Ju : <; app< ars to be the
head eh is ami has
been ni.\ in this com-
munit) for some time
Besides serving on several
committees of the Florida Bar
and the American Bar Associ-
ations, he is secretary of the
board, bank counsel, and a mem-
ber of the executive committee
of Inter National Bank of Miami,
and is Associate Municipal
Judge of West Miami. As a mem-
ber of the board of governors
of the Florida Bar, he has a per-
fect attendance record at all
meetings.
6i1 7--
A record total of $92,711 pledged
to the Combined Jewish Appeal
was announced by Byron J. Topol.
chairman of the CJA'a Mercantile
Division, at the division's annual
luncheon last Thursday at the I)u
pout Plaza Hotel
Thi- Vhopping 83 percent in-
crease over lav! year was indica
tion to believe that the Mercantile
Division will surge forward and
exceed its 1967 oal of $118,800
The luncheon, which launched
the division's 1967 campaign,
also featured the presentation
of the third annual Harold B.
Bosworth Memorial Award. Giv-
en to an individual "whose ac-
complishments embody the high-
est tradition of service and dedi
cation to the welfare of his fel-
low man and his community."
the award was presented to Jay
I. Kislak, chairman of the board
of J. I. Kislak Mortgage Corp.
of Florida.
Kislak who served as
chairman of the Combine
eal in 1906, is honorary
of the 1967 drive II. is a
tnember of the executive commit-
vernors of the
iter Miami Jewish Federation,
and la noted for his particii
in numerous communitj endeavors
The aw a id if named for the late
ild !' Bosworth. managing di-
peetor of Jordan Harsh and a com
Biunity leader during his ten years
m Greater Miami
William Ruben, president of Jor-
dan Marth, and immediate past
Chairman of the Mercantile Dim
ion, presented the award to Kislak
for "exemplifying the principles
and beliefs and humanitarian con
cepta of Harold B Bosworth who
dedicated so much to his commit-
nit\
I have known Jaj Kislak for
eight years said Ruben '1 have
watched him grow in stature And
I have watched him give not only
hi time and effort, but his leader
ship qualities to our community "
Joining in the presentation was
Mn Jean Bosworth. widow of the
la'e Harold B Bosworth
on. Hellman is president of the
Conference of Major American
Jewish Organizations.
"Israel must not become a Viet
Nam." said Hellman. "If terrorist
infiltrators from Syria are per
mitted to go across the border and
murder children, we will all event
ually be embroiled Today there
fore. Israel's defense forces are
everybody's business "
"The people who need our help
in Israel today cannot be the sole
burden of Israel.' remarked Hell
man "Israels burdens are simply
too many."
Explaining that he just returned
from a trip :o Germany, Hellman
said that he is afraid that the
I it large ha
'.. \
.: Gen an) I
I talked 1


and t.. speak lean citi
to tell them that Germans i
help, that we should: them
"' tluy are a normal na-
tion Thej are it
Poetising his attention on Russia,
noted thai it looks as if
the USSR will flnall) ..as,, its dis-
crimination against .lews and al
low them to come to Israel
"Rumor has it that only 20
percent of the Russian Jews will
want to leave Russia," said Hell-
man. "Does that seem like a
small number not enough to
worry about? It is 20 percent of
3.000.000 Jews 600.000 doc-
tors, engineers, artists and
if they want to leave, Israel will
take them.~
JUDGl SAM SHVIK
He is a former vice chairman
of the Florida State regional
board of the Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rirh. Last year,
he served as a member of the
board of the Hearing and Speech
Center of Florida and chairman
of the Lawyers Division of the
Combined Jewioh Appeal.
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His wife. Helene, is a member
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of the City of Coral Gables.
Judge Silver has been a Dade
County resident since November,
1924 He received his l.I.B degree
from the University of Miami Ijw
School in 1937
He was elected honorary member
of Phi Alpha Delta, legal fraternity. of ,h(. Klorida Bal,
in 19t>5 He was also elected hon-
orary member of the Society of
Wig and Robe at the University of
Miami, and is listed in "Who's Who
in America "
Judge Silver was charter presi
dent of the Municipal Judges Asso-
ciation of Dade County in 1954 55
He was charter president of Ten
pie hidea in Coral Gables in 1947
48. ami served as a member and
vice chairman of the it) of Coral
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Program included musical H
lions by Mr- Prances Packai a
talk by Dr Aaron Itedow, cardi-
ologist, and readings b) Max A-tor.
former branch president, who
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J3ar Gary Kleiman
.,., \ son of Mr and Mrs. David
..eiinan. 9700 vyjsst Broadview
will become liar Mitzvah on
raturday morning. Mar. 4. at Tern
|., Mi norah *
(,,,i> is a student in the Religious
I and Nautilus Junior High
1, | !., drum* in his own organ
"' '' r- in .'unior Hifch School
Oi Saturday evening, Gary will
red a: > dinner and recep
I ih Diplomat Country Club
Jeffrey Marlis
Jeffrey Alan, son of Mr. and
Ml* Emanuel Marlis, 1910 NE
193rd St, No. Miami Beach, will
become Bar Mitzvah on Saturday,
Mar 4. at Temple Beth Torah.
Jeffrey is an avid coin collector
and sailing enthusiast. He is on
the honor roll at John F. Kennedy
Gary Kleiman
Adritnnt levin
Arnold Kofi
Itilie Wolf
Jeffrey Marlis Robert Michnoff
The eel brant will be honored at
ecepl and dinner in the Na
!hc Pi Phi to Celebrate 10th Anniversary
|n Florida at 3-Day Conference on Beach
.,;. thn .. Ii Sunday, Ih te< ber: and '. tei High, an
k.. incil and fraters fi *\ eml
i of 11 t States and
. | in Miami Bi
. m morate the founding <>t
ia Chapters ten years a_.>
!'i Phi. international pharm
f Ural fratenrity. at both the
\ ol Honda and in South
hi entire personnel of the Su
me Council and the Inner loun
ill be present for the festiv
and three-day sessions, con
ling at the Fontainebleau Motel
Highlights of the program will
a testimonial banquet honor
g the retiring den of the Col
of Pharmacy, University of
da. Dr. Perry A. Foote. who
s served as professor and ad-
inistrator since 1928 He is
so director of the Bwitiu of
rofessionel Relations and a for-
er president of the American
ssociation of Colleges of Phar-
acy.
.l"M ph K Jacobson. of Miami
rach. will be accorded honorary
Membership in Florida Rho Pi Phi.
icobson. of Miami Beach, will be
"tiled honorary membership in
londa Rho Pi Phi Jacobson is a
laduate of the I'niversity of Flor
department of Chemistry, in
M- and graduated in 1917 from
It ilerbilt I'niversity in pharmacy
| Jacobson is founder of the Jacob
kn Scholarship Fund at the Col
Igi of Pharmacy in Gainesville
Dd also contributed to the Israel
Herbert Kt'man, Florida
regional director, i<; in charge of
1ht regional conference sessions
and will receive a Certificate of
Merit from the Supreme Council.
The Iad:e> Auxiliary will hold
i --.on- and be conducted on a
'-uided tour of Vi/caya. under the
direction of Mrs Claude McVick
er Sue Siherman and Fay Komis-
arow are co-chairmen of the Rho
Pi Phi Ladies' Auxiliary commit-
tee of the South Florida Alumni
Chapter.
poleon Room of the Deauville Ho Mrs. Arthur Katz, 1701 SW 23rd open house on Saturday evening
tei on Saturday evening Ave., will become Bar Mitzvah on
Saturday. Mar 4. at Beth David
Adrienne Levin ongicgation.
Saturday morning services at Arnold Is in first form at Ran
temple Beth Sholom on Mar 4 -"" School and has been attending
will :: Baa Mitzvah of i;,,n David Religious Schoi
Adri( i hti of Di tne P*s1 five: ears He I terested
ai 'I Mis Leo i evin A Ki Idush will '" science aut
follow thi ci t Beth David O
Vdi nni grade *'on Mar :<

I Morri: Kat/.
sinci tool. Sin of Arnold, will at-
I tei
Among the guests will be Mr
and Mrs Morris Silversteln, aunt
and uncle, of New York

Leslie Wolf
I -he Ireni daut htei "i Mi
Mi- l.....lard Wolf,
I oral G) bli will beco lie
music
A dinner for the C*
fi iciuis will be held on Saturday
evening at the Eden Hoc Hotel,
Matty Leiner
Matty, son of Mr. and Mrs Har-
old Leiner. Will be called to the
Toiah on Saturday. Mar. 4. at
Temple Zion
Matty is a seventh grade pupil
en ii.

Robert Silverstein
Rotx 11, son ol Mi and Mi s Mur-
ray Silverstein, will become Bai
Li Oil is an eighth made student
ai Ponce de Leon High and has
Ui ndin Beth David A
School for the past -in years
live it: the Girl Scouts and
i- interested in paints and sketch
'id collecting -lamps
Mrs Joseph Wolf, grandparent
Adath Yeshurun
Dedicates New
Youth Center
Mr and Mrs Leiner will host
the Kiddush following services and
the Oneg Shabbat, Friday evening
after the late evening services.
A reception in honor of the cele
brant will be held at home on
Fuller Warren, former Governor Saturday evening,
of the State of Florida, will be ...
main speaker on Sunday. 9:30 am. Stephen Jakalow
at the corner- s,epht.n son of Mr and Mrs
.tone dedica ,^on JakaIoW- wi ceiebrat. hl.s
Mitzvah at Israelite Center on of Leslie, will attend the services
Saturday morning. Mar. 4. and Oneg Shabbat given in the
Robert i- a -indent at the Relig honor o{ ,he celebrant,
ious School and is m the seventh Also attending will be Sen. and
grade at Shenandoah Junior High \\v> Ralph Poston. of Florida, and
He will be honored at the Kid- Commissioner William and Mrs.
at Glades Junior High and is active dush following services and at an Chapman, of Coral Gables.
in sports.
t i o n of the
Youth Center of
Temple Adath
Bar Mitzvah at Beth Mosbe Congre-
gation on Saturday, Mar. 4
Stephen is an eighth grade stu
Yeshurun. 1025 dcn, a, N(|r,h Miamj Jumor ,,h
NE Miami Gar- a|)d at|ends tht. Beth Mosnc Rt.|ig
lOUS School
RiddllSh following services will
be held in his honor in Popiel So-
cial Hall sponsored by his parents.
dens Dr.
The Youth
Center will
house the sanc-
tuary with a
seating capacity
of 175 The ad
dition will also
Robert Michnoff
Robert Louis, son of Dr.
To AH the Wonderful
People who Voted for Me
My Sincere Good Wishes
and Appreciation
LENARD HANDSEL
(HANDSEL ELECTRIC CO.. INC.)
and
IMMfN
ture permitting
hool of Pharmacy Scholarship bigger social and religious func
nd, besides a number of other tuns to be held within the temple
ilanthropies. including the Fin program
in School of Medicine. Kfar Sil- Temple Adath Yeshurun. in ex
r Agricultural School in Israel istence for only a few short years,
d the Zionist Organization of now has a member-hip of over 300.
lerica Jacobson was awarded a Future plans call for an even larger
ation by the ZOA in New York sanctuary
,he Mrs Donald If. Michnoff, will be
present struc- comt' Bar M,,zyah. Saturda>"
Mar 4. at Temple Fmanu Fl
Robert is in the seventh grade
at Nautilus Junior High School
His interests include tennis, bas
ketball. football and other sports
The celebrant will be honored
at a luncheon in Sirkin Hall fol-
lowing service, and at a reception
in his home Saturday evening

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Its
Main speaker at the banquet
^turday evening will be Dr Rob
\ Hardt. former president of
Pharmaceutical Manufacturers
BOCiation. He was formerly
airman of the board of F R.
)uibb Co., president of Hoffman
Roche Laboratories and head
Armour Pharmaceutical Dlvl
i.
t The local arrangements commit
e is headed by Nat Tartak. alum
chancellor of South Florida, and
Ben Saks, advisor to the Supreme
Councilor,, as co chairmen Saks.
Ilr-t Florida regional director, will
he master of ceremonies at the
banquet .on Saturday. Other local
pbaimaci.-ts on the Rho Pi Phi
nmittee for the tenth birthday
ebration are Herman Pomer
vice chancellor; Jacob Wolo-
guardian of exchequer: Stan
Brownstein. corresponding
be; Jerry Gach, recording
ill*-. Richard Coan, executive
ixth Meeting
>r Albany Club
|H Albany. N Y Area Club of
iter Miami will hold its sixth
^ting of the 196667 season on
Jnosdav. 7:30 p.m., at the Dean
Hotel.
|ter the meeting, a games pro-
will be held.
Spiritual leader of the temple is
Rabbi Milton Schlinsky. assisted
bv Cantor Maurice Neu.
Arnold Kati
Arnold Krwin. son of Mr
and
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Paqe 14-B
+Jew/si* ncrkHar?
TO POLLS AGAIN MAR. 14
14 Face Run Off;
Dade Vote Drags
\ low level total of 70.000. or
than 20 percent of Hade Coun
ty'a qualified voters went to the
polls Tueadaj '> elect membcri of
the House and Senate a> ;i conse
nee of the reeenl federalty-en
forced reapportionment in the
Florida Legislature.
For seats in the Senate, the out
come was as follows
District 43 13.349 over
Pioneer Women
Plon Chapter
Sessions in Mar.
Pioneer Women Club 1 will hold
ncerl on Monday, 7 :jo p.m.,
in the Miami Beach Federal, 744
Washington Ave Guesl artists will
be Rose Rosamond, and Cantor
Zvi Idler The award winning film.
Within the Circle." will be shown.
Mrs Joseph Krant7. chapter presj
dent, will be chairman
eba Idelson Chapter will hold
itl next regular meeting at 12:30
p.m.. in the Washington Federal.
1133 Normandy Dr. Brocha Kop
-rein. Israeli author, will review
her latest hook of short stories
Mrs Mkhl Gibson, chapter presi
dent, will conduct the meeting.
Next regular meeting of the
Gold* Meir Chapter will be held
Wednesda) l p m. In the His-
e Cafeteria. 1917 Biscayne
Mr- Abraham SeHxer an
eed that the meting will be
tie discussion ol
nor luncheon, to be held
.
n the meeting u
of the I).-'
Mrs B '-\
l
i | Sn
In Mj Father
kadimah Chapter
2501 I
Mrs llilbeii
i
imi Slu ii ,| m
rYhos fol
'I I nivei sities
mthoi "i .i textbook
d Betti
Social Singles Dance Saturday
Saturday Right dance sponsored
b> the Rnni K'nth Social Singles
included a night club show .
live band at th. Casablanca 11
Gilber, loaot;
District 43 Sbevin, 32.495.
winner; Gunn, 7,661; Alderson
7.086; Barest, 4.244.
District 45 Spencer. 30,933;
Marks, 0,062; Roberts. 8.205.
District 47 Fincher, 41.670,
over Kutner, 7,859
District 46 Runoff between
Former City Attorney, Richard
Stone. 2."i.j::4 .,nd Pick Renick,
24.014. former member of the
House; and Bui ham i 6 705; and
Bodnei 4 2 2
District 45 Republil
cock 2,917 at d S sbi
Results in the House ol R< pre-
sentatives, for the Democrats, wen
a- follows
District 90 Baker. 26.324.
winnei. and Abrahams, 7.911;
Hard> 5.943; Whitman. 3.697
Leach 3.420; and Keegan. 2.691
District 91 Ferrc. 28,731, Over
Young, 9.889; Bnglander, 9.438.
Bomar, 5.992.
District 93 Wolfson. incum
bent. 33.146, over Jones. 9.762;
and Klein. 7.495
District 94 Myers, incumbent.
32.483. winner over Me\erson.
9.525: and Belter. 5.491
District 95 Dubbin, incum-
bent. 32.085. winner over Hro-s.
9.669.
District 98 I) Alcmhci te. in
cumbent. 31.785, over Handsel.
7.466; and Pagfino, 4.988
District 99 Varborough, 36\<
7H3. over Young, 12.752
District 100 Sacket, 12,748,
in runoff with DuVal. 10.327
District 105 Graham, 28.371.
and Diffet A i 12.338; and Ente,
3 565
District 106 tnetl 18.527
in runoff ith Tj
i unnei up 10 674
District 107
Ik'ltl
H
Distr.ct 108
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up
Listrict 109
in i unofl with St on
Oistrict 110 I
41 DiSa
District 111 Bn
9.204 I; Evans : hii rnll,
48
District 94 iRepublll
3 500 Mustelit
District 111 Republl \d
ams, 4.251; < lancy, 1.598
Runoffs in 14 races m Dado
Count} will take place on Mar 14
with runoffs for th GOP sched
ii led one week Lai
Deireui/ Elected Vice hti.
nd
George W DuRreu.l fo.
ami City Commission) !
elected vice presidem in"" '"
"an
Ii
of new business .i, ,,,
Inter National Bank foil
recent stockholder
winch a 5 per cent
was approved.
Committee members standinq (left to right* are Mrs. Robert
Avins. Mrs. Harold Cohen. Mrs. Nathaniel Polin. Seated (left
to right) are ticket chairman. Mrs. Martin Walhsh. and com-
mittee chairman. Mrs. Roy Marbin.
Kahaner Ladies Return
Emanu El Players Sat.
Mollie Kahaner Sisterhood of
Beth To rah Congregation an
nounces the return of the Temple
Einanu El Players on Saturdaj
evening at 8 4o p m
The group will perform In es
from the new hit Broedwa)
musical, Cabarel
i he advance tale ol tick) -
been so well ..,, ,i thai we an
sure we ha a l oul on
hands." declared Mrs Martin Wal
fi-h. ticket chairman.
Chairman. Mrs Roy Marbin, and
her committee have planned a gala
evening of fun and frolic for all
An oi(lustra has been engaged for
dancing lollowini: the show, and
i ihmentj w II i red
Proceeds
ce ol
will go toward main
the school building
Gamut of Progams, Meetings Next Week
Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah Plans
Kadimah Croup ol the M
h ( hapter ol Hi will
thi) lum '
' ng on Monda) i;
at th Hotel i Mowing
tables
Mr and Mr- i hai les N'usi
will host tin rait Mi
or
\ not hi
mes Mr- \! i hild in Israel) wi
der i- i
Morton Towers Group will bold
a dinnei an.I danct to honoi
In .i and "Abba on Sunday,
Mai ."> i p m at the YMHA 1536
Baj Rd Fred Zukei will provide
music tor the evening
More Honors For
Jennie Grossinger [
Set For Sunday
M. : '
Hannah Senesch Group Will bold
Rulai monthl) lum beon n
ing on Monda) Mai 0 ..i noon
al Vlgiers Hotel Mr- Gertrude
Wolff, education chairman, has
scheduled a talk on current events,
heir and around the world
To commemorate Purim, Mrs
Jennie Ippelrouth will tell the
tor) oi "Esther." and gifts will
i c i xchanged as is tin custom at
this holidaj
i- president
Mi- sv
via Km land
Herbert U. Feibelman is presented with a gold plaque by
Harvi y W. Seeds Post of the American Legion "for meritorious
ond inspiring serv.ee far and beyond the call of duty as his-
torian for 15 years, and further for his outstanding research,
compilation and ; of our post history wh:c h shall alw
be cherished as a most valuable contribution to our organiza-
tion.'- Looking on left -o i ghl are William Lehman, son-in-law;
daughter Mrs Harold Friedman; Mr. and Mrs. Feibelman;
and daughter. Mrs. Lehman.
\ tribute to famed philanthro
lennie Grossii er will be held
al the Lido Spa on Sunda) in
0 ". i al on oi hei outstanding
citizenship and di t.>
causes across th<
Sam Edelsti in, i ol the
ed tha Mrs
i i from ,.!i ovei the
tr) will attend the trtbul
eld in the Lido I heatn
highlight of the evi ning ill be
sh i \ oui i
the program which featured lh<
Mr- Grossii
I ipei ial te will be
Eddie l isher, Ton) Benni tl n
Voungman, Mayor Elliott Roose
veil ol ind David
x> I QOl : H imi 1
>m Knoxvilh renn
elsh hi stated l am happ) to
the l Ido si .
of th<
i the tribute thai i
a- I I i n a friend ol hers foi
nd ba'. i ep re
Sophie Tucker Group a ill bold
a petite lum >n rhui
' al 12 30 p in at th. i
VII pi..... : (his
loon will he applu d to ^ outh
Vlryah Israi I hild rt -. ue i
lervations is
II.o nick Mi- Edward Roth
i- president
Stephen Wise Group will |
its regulai monthly >u meel
0 i n
at the L> H ti
liel / Sakiai- foi idcnt ol
Miami Beach Chaptei will be
guest speak) i Mi i<> >-
am chairman Mi Men Del
on i- president
Memorial Service Sunday
I' Beth Rapha. I will hold
memorial services foi e I-
real Allen on Sunday, B am. at
the temp i
ner. president ..i Beth Raphael
Dr. Stepner, 60,
Psychiatrist,
Dies Here Feb. 22
Dr A Lester St<
N Ba) Rd died Pel
ion Memorial Hospital v
bad -oi \ ed IS 'in i (
chiatric Out Patiei i
I960 until ..
Dr Stepner, wh
time ol in- de ith
din lot
and as an assistant p
the D< pai Imenl
the I niversity of \;
when hi
private practice
Originally from New *0r.
City, Dr. Stepner first cams -ei,
30 years ago. In 1949, he s'v
his residency in psychia'y ,
Hillside and Bellevue Hovo t,
in New York, qualified a
analyst and returned to Dci
in 1953.
During World War II.
honored by former Presi
man for his work with the
Forces in Miami
Dr. Stepner was moafl
active in establishing the
Health Society of Greater '
and initiated and taught
graduate seminars in psychi,.'
physicians la this area At 1
of his death, he was work;
program of advanced m.
cation for physician .dm al
Dr Stepner wa- a fellow
American Psychiatric \
and the Southeastern U
Psychotherapy Ba et) H
a- vice president "1 thi
Florida Psycli
ears and wa
Main Shrine
He is survived by h
Sara Jane; a son. S
daughter, Mrs. Jack SI
two sisteis, M'S. Joseph
man, of New York, and '*
Mary Federman. of Los A
a brother, Archie. *'
grandchild.
Service* .-i.
Albert Golomb,
Jewish Publisher,
Passes at Age 65
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M (or Albert W Goli
managei ol the Jewish Chi
Pittsburgh who
the age of I
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of dire* tors of the Hel
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+Je*lsii fh-rMinr
Pag 15-B
liami Beach CC
[eelects Officers,
lolds Breakfast
officers <>f the Miami Beach
rhamber Of Commerce who have!
Lcn elected to serve another one-
[,.,1 term include Aaron Farr.
| i -ident. Jerr\ Sussman. first
\ resident; L 'tiles Arkin, sec-
Lml vice president; David teuton.
slant treasurer; I-cunard A.
11 Baker, n-appointed as gen-
ial manager for the ninth con-
i year
ii for one year terms: Richard
i Walter Hartman. David
i JaiQM J McDonnell, Wu-
smith and Maurice I'nger.
The ^roup met for breakfast
it Ihursday at the Algiers Ho
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Plonsk was a ixf c::t
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WE ACKNOWLEDGE
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wrriewi with former Prime
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the I'ntted Jewish Appeal
and State of Israel Bond 'r
Kani/ation for file photo-
tiraphic illustrations appear
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was mischirve'js as a child But
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becar. to leam aith my grar.d
fa'ber He used to take me on
fee sjf me down, and I
now one calls a chair in Yid
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and not schooi I IcavM ait*
grandfather when I wk.
art old. but -hen I w_- :
he dMd
That what I -e~enibe' ibool
grandfather and apar
that, my father wrote in hu scrap
book about him, asari I atttl ba>
what be wrote ti> pe**s.o"
to this %er> daj M> crar 1
wa a great de\otee :
and sper." i tl of hu ttnn
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grandfather, because he died be-
fore I was born, and I was named
after rum. But I knew my ma-
ternal grandmother. My maternal
grandmother used to live with us
until -be died, but my paternal
_:randiather lived in a house of
Ins own. He was a lawyer, who
used write pleas and affidavits
for people. The clearest memor)
I haw of him is sitting on his
knees, and learning; Hebrew
He Played Chess
I (i t remember playing the
kind Oj children's games that you
see generally nowadays. But I
,i.ed !< play chess when I was a
child i seven or eight We lived
a littl* way OUt of town, and we
had i big garden, with field
bed. Our field bordered on
the fi id ni the village priest, and
Iwth US properties lay at the
. I to the town We .lews
were the majority in the place but
apart from that, we used to live
[in ihe central streets of the town,
while 'he Coles lived in the out
hmg quarters, They were sep-
arated from each other Bach
time 3 few Jewish Ikivs would
meet Polish boys and get into a
quarrel, a band of Jewish chil-
dren would flock together to
help uv and then we would give
hem a thrashing They nevei
got W- better of US
Thi civil servants in the re-
turn were all Russian. They did
not care whether Jews and Poles
tji.ani Led. since they hated Jews
liul Poles alike. They never inter
f. red
Because we used to get the up-
I'.-r hand in these fights, I don't
hemember any sense of inferiority
lom my early days. I did not feel
jsny anti-Semitism. On the con-
frary. there was a feeling of su
eriority. We personally had no
rouble with the Russians, be-
-cause my father was a lawyer,
wild h had connections in high
place' He also had many friends
*iamong the Poles, and they would
come to him in connection with
their legal affairs But. of course.
Sour contact was with the Polish
'children, and our quarrels and
Jights were with them.
Got into fights
'. .m we used to get the up
When we came up against a
iroup of Polish boys, we would
Itart pushing, shoving and shout
kg, One of us would say thev
perc rutting htm, and then the
ighl would start But thev would
iiu,i\ run sma\ in the end, be
use thi j were in the minority
l don't remember getting into
ights by myself, but onl) when
u u with a gi oup i here was no
pal reason for these things be
Somebody would per
ipi throw a stone. 01 -tart an
A historic family portrait: Israel's future fir&t Prime Minister
David Ben-Gurion with his wife. Paula their three children
Amos. Geula and. reated on his lap. Renana and his father,
Avigdor Green. Ben-Gurion is a Hebraised name meaning
"son of a lion cub.''
argument, and very often it was
the Jews who Started first The
police nevei paid any attention.
became they were Russian too.
the judge, the town clerk, the dis-
trict official they were all
Russian In those days 1 was one
of the rank andfile. not what you
would call a leader As you might
say. that only came later
Mother's Favorite
My mother was very fond of
me. perhaps because 1 was a little
weak. The doctor told her that
1 ought to be in the countryside
during the summer, and so she
would travel with me to a village
where she had a lot of relatives
My mother bore eleven children,
hut only five of them lived Those
five all came to this country, after
me I came in 1906 and my father
came in 1925 of the children, my
younger sister came first, then
one brother, then another, and
then another sister They are all
dead by now. even my younger
sister The others, two brothers
and a sister, were older than me.
I was the only child my mother
used to take with her when she
went to the countryside, perhaps
because I was the sickl) one.
l remained sickl) till about the
ge ot nine or ten a year before
m> mother died I remember that,
because the second time I had to
go to the countryside It was b>
myself, after her death I was
eleven at the time
In our familv the girls were
all tall like mv father, while the
b i\ s were shot t. like mj mother
l remember how much tallei mj
sisters wire than myself.
We owned tWO houses due ol
them was on the plot of land I
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Mr. ana *~ VIri.
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A
David Ben-Gurion, Israel's
former Prime Minister, before
the plague in Tel Aviv
memorializing his country's
independence in 1948.
mentioned outside the tour. In
one of the houses, on the floor
above, there lived a laborer who
used to work a- gardener for us;
his wife used to do our cleaning
and laundry In our second house,
then- hve.I the Rav, the first Kav
whom I learnt with, his name
was Kav Men M> brothel lived
there too, the oldest ol the fam
lly. after he married
I remember how the children
I was friendlj with used to conn-
to our garden, to steal fruits,
apples, pears and cherries I used
to help them a little as well
Herzi the Messiah
My strongest childhood mem
ories are from the time I began
to take an interest in public af-
fairs I remember that I was ten
at the time. There was a rumor
about that the Messiah hail come
He was said to be a tall handsome
man. with a black beard, a Hoc
tor. We heard his name. too. l>r
Henl. That was iii 1896 A vcar
later the Zionist Congress con-
vened, but my father was a fol-
lower of the Hovevei /.ion well
before that. Meetings of the Ho-
vevei Zion used to take place in
our house, and I remember that
everyone used to pay three
roubles. I never understood why
they used to send three roubles
to Odessa, or what connection it
had with EreU Yisrael.
I became involved in public af-
fairs when I was twelve. I was
studying at a modern type of
school, with a teacher who came
from another town, Lask. I found-
ed a Zionist Society, although it
was not according to the Zionist
rules and regulations for each
child to pay membership dues of
Continued on Pae 12 C
". Then I realized that for most peo-
ple, Zionism was (and remains) an emp-
ty word I am convinced that had there
been a genuine Zionist movement, the
European holocaust would never have
happened, and the Jewish State would I
have come into being before World
War II m 1935 or 1937 David Ben- 1
Gunon from reminiscences of his e days
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01 than ch.e: :: the Truce per: e.
Ben Gurion's Formative Years:
His Early
Israel Era
Recalled
ULfHEN I came K.-.- Yi-rael
" I brought a lot of books ih
me I wa- irorkinf in Petah Tik-
.1 In those days thieve were un
h ard of, and nohod> locked hi*
r'">m I did no) lock m> room
either, but Mil 'u .Jaffa

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A very special smile for children is one of David Ben-Gur.
rr.ost notable facial characteristics.
anything 1 s-. were res
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Self-Defense
M of the
1904 at the fir--
the Polish uint This I
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va- i!l in I'aU- < 1 :
David Ben-Gurion sheared
sheep on the kibbutz even
when he was a nation's
leader.
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Friday. March 3, 1967
+Jeist> fWrirfictn
Fcge 5-
placr at Yosef Tabenkin's house,
.i! 27 Nalepkin Street.
In those days, a short while
before the first Russan Revolu-
lioB broke out. the (ioverament
na he situation, and the Workers
inniitti'i's were running thp
and orjjajiizing cooperate
in my town too. 1 recall, we
would go to the rich Jews who
nervout alont disturbances
at that time, we would put
ir pistols on the table in front
: their noses, and we would ;i-k

them: "Do you think we ought
to have a Jewish self-defense or-
ganization'' If you do. you must
give us money for it.' And most
would make a contribution,
though there were some who re-
fused to give. too.
mi- local solf-defense organiza-
tion had ;ts headquarters in
father's house, and we used to
hide our arm.-, then' Actually, my
father was on such ^ood terms
with the authorities, (hat he was
not really worried if the) i
to II a, I li the place.
In those days I had a reputation
in the Poale Zion for being able
to state up situations objectively,
and arhitrate between people who
were at loggei heads with each
other. On one occasion, I recall,
I was asked] to arbitrate about a
question of returning dowry
money in a local divogflj case In
my judgment. I told the husband
to pay the wife back her 700
roubles' dowry, and an additional
fei Of 100 roubles for the funds
of the self-defense organization.
lb paid it. too.
His Youth in Palestine Meant
A Bout With Malaria
I CAN remember some incidents
from my early days in Pales
that make me laugh when
I think lack on them today
I was working in a little
village not far from Zichron
Vaacov 1 used to spend my night
-leeping in the cow shed To th's
> day. the smell of the mice
the stench of manure comes
i" me But with all the com
mell and the mice. I was
glad to be in Eretz Yisrael.
rhere was another occasion
pi I was down with malaria,
while I was -laying in Chaim Bo
b ISC I heard that it was
25th anniversary of (he found-
il n-shon Lesion l had 4>
: grees of lever, but 1 decided
hat l could not stay awaj from
Risfaon Lezion that day, I got
jp from bed and went over on
M> fever fell, and the ma
laxia left me. it seems s coinci
fence.
Fever Came Regularly
The fever used to come back
regularly every fortnight, like
clockwork. In those days there
was ni-,:> one physician la the
country I told him that I would
never lea\e Eretz Yisrael
Because 1 had- fever. I was un
ut to work, and BO I
'.ad nothing to eat During the
was not so bad to feel
and I would lake from
at little money l had to buy
' pilot which 1 would
md three o'clock in the after
helped me a little
n I went to sleep When I used
dowi at mght hungn it was
' 50 bad while I still bad m\
i but as I c [osed
"h in. all kinds of hallucinal
I to come to me. boiled click
bit .Ki and butter and so on.
i would go eras) So I would
r\ and keep m> eves open, even
though I wanted to go to sleep
When I woke up in the mom
I would touch my hair ami
t was soaked through with sweat
David Ben-Gurion and Itzhak Ben-Zvi, lonq before they became
Israel's Prime Minister and President, were staunch friends
in their youth and comrades in the fiaht for Jewish freedom
in Palestine. They were exiled together by the Turks who then
ruled the Holy Land, and came to America. Here they helped
found the Jewish Legion of the British Aimed Forces, in which
they served or privates.
ON AMERICAN TOUR
Expansion of the popula-
tion in the Neget Desert I
2.000.000 in the nexl 20 years
and thi development ol tin
Nege> are my main reasons
m> ti i to the Hi
^- hi ha mj choir i
would want '.in .lewish im
migranl to Israel to settle in
the Ne| e*
David Ben-Gurion
I remembered the famous story
"Hunger,' and thai was just the
waj it happened with me. 1 had
a friend, no longer alive, who
used to invite me over to eat
V-
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Jmm ester ^sVlishcon
at his place U'h le I had the
I was not supposed to eat,
bui as soon as my temperature
went down, I felt hungrj In the
way, when a friend invited
me ove foi a n .,; l would
ovei and eal with him
Fether Knew Situation
l went on foot lo Rchovot m here
tin re '.' as a iestauranl u hu-b
gavi i al in credit I ate there
and then 1 went OVCI 1" accept
my friend's invitation Mj father
got (0 know about mj situation,
-nice people wen coining anil
going from Plonsk all the time
He heard that I was almost starv-
ing, and he wrote me to return
home I wrote back to him and
asked linn not to send me letters
like that, because I would not
go back Two weeks later he sent
me sonic money 1 sent him back
the money, and told him not to
send me any more Today, per
haps. I might have accepted his
money, but not when I was
hungry Later, when I went to
study in Constantinople, I lived
off the .10 roubles a month which
he sent me But in the days of
the Second Aliya. what did I care
if J was hungry''
David Ben-Gurion when he
was a private in the Jewish
Legion in World War I.
I really regret having lost all my
poems, and having stopped writing
poetry ... I recall a poetic mood when
I caught malaria for the first time .
m Jerusalem. 1 was thrilled that I had
the fever the first time I went do/."
.\ Mi malaria, I was overioyed, because
I had fever in Eretz Yisrael." David
Ber-Gjrion, from reminiscences of his
ear y days.

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Friday. March 1
1967
?^e occasion of the historic vhjH of
David Beo-Gunon to Greater Mian
sponsored by the following patrons
a*e this Tears of extending
c^rsona! greetings to H s Ece"ency,
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J3at% B/ EDWIN EYTAN
Israel Celebrates 80th Birthday
Of Her Most Famous
And Prophetic Chief
CDE BOKER I-rael recently
' celebrated the 80th birthday
of the man who 18 years ago es-
tablished "The State. DasicTBcn-
Gurion It ha- enjoyed little help
from the old man him-elf Time
and again he ha- 'old the organ-
izers of the celebrations "For
me this is a day like all other
da>s (or I consider myself to be
only 60 years old I count my
a^e from the day when I armed
in this country
For Ben-Gurion the 80th birth-
day started like all other Hay- at
modest Negei home ;th a
frugal breakfast and an hour's
readme It was not |o he.
however, a day like all
Since the early hour- of the
morning a crowd of some fifty
people had massed in iront of the
-mall modest cottage in which
he ha- tried to find the jm-.i
seal which ha- eluded him h
public life
Old Man's Routine
Journalist- from all o\cr the
world were there cameramen
an operator- kibbutz mem
her- who for once neglected their
work and jut plain anonymous
admirer- The two bodyguards
who guard the cottage were in a
good mood Fverybody was al
lowed to step on the small green
lawn. usually well-protected
What do you wanf The old man
is not over-enthusiastic, hut for
us it is a jnrat day.'' one of them
explained
A Palmah veteran added? "In-
deed a great da> A 2.000-year
jump in the life of a nation with-
in tin lifeapU) of a man "
At 10 o'clock the otficial cele-
brations broke the "old man's"
routine The members of the or-
ganizing committee came to pre-
sent their best wi-he- 'ad mea
veseerinY till one hundred
and twenty the traditional
Jewi-h greeting The nine mem
ben -at in the Benfiunnn lounge,
a -mall, verj modest room with
Inexpensive old furniture Ben
(iurion. in a crumpled khaki -hut
and a pair of o\er large cotton
trousers, -at in a large armchair
Hi- wife. I'aula. wa- in a blue
and white flower) dress and
white rimmed sun glasses
Sh. was ju.-t out of the ho-pital.
pale and weak but this wa- her
day. the d.i> of the man -he has
chen-hed and protected foi more
than 50 years In ipite of the
old and experienced politicians
due to call, it wj-. throughout,
her day, her own personal -how
The Conversation Lagged
The well-wishers -at on high,
straight bai ked chain The con
venation lagged Suddenly at 11
nlock -harp the noise of two
approaching heUeopten
heard The President, Zalman
H had come to pa> In- r<
spi-ct- Me wa- dressed in ;i black
Numerous honorary degrees
and awards have been be-
stowed upon David Ben-
Gurion. Here he is shown in
cap and gown an the Hebrew
University in Jerusalem made
him an Honorary Doctor of
Philosophy in 1957.
David Ben-Gurion at 80 statesman, scholar, authcr
book-lined study at Sde Boker. the Negev kibbutz whe
and his wife Paula live, contains one of the largest
libraries in Israel. He has governed a country and tilled
its soil.
TA i (>- t~.....r-,>tidrir i-i J.
r*el hi ipfM the tcth a--.--.--r-
aU man
/--f.'. ,->: With :: Bcu-
' .!.-i. :.:!. :- \-;-- .
ftOWC si S '.c Hokr- Httt hu
suit and waistcoat in spite of the
sweltering desert heat I'aula
KenGunon looked at him with
admiratioa and could not help
exclaiming. "Shazar. you really
look like a President Shazar
smiled, half-embarrassed, half
pleased. Ben tiunon. impatient to
change the conversation asked
the President to sit The room
bj now wa- crowded Besides the
President and the Ben-Gurions
there were also present the inn
members of the celebration com-
mittee, the two foremost Israeli
author-. Shai Anon and Vaakot
Hazaz, a couple of cameramen
and lournali-t-
The conversation between the
two men started The President
informed the former Premier of
his intention to visit trgentii..
-on. after having been -ci
modify his plans during h
cent Latin American tOW
he took out of his pocke- ,
of greetings sent to him b\ -.
Argentinian Jewish COtnmi
for transmission to B>;
(iunon a- u-ual rematr^d
touched and unmoved b;
al considerations Me pursui
own line of (hMfhl B
is the name of the eommui
Shazar The He\rat Kadlshi
Buenos Aires the her- .
society Bverybod) m
smiled except K(i who,
phsaaed, continued Q
but do they leain to -;
brew?"
President's Money
The -mall talk was ap- u
r and Shazar came to tin
purpose of hi- visit To
i I brate \oiir ani.i\er-.u !
decided to donate out of
mow j ] 440 pounds t<
Cial fund which will be .
with publishing your spei
dealing with (be n
President hirm >i aroui I
of hi- aidei I anded
7
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>oont
Bisc>*. H
Mr. mJ s. Mr*.
xA'illia.ri w5#A
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Friday. March 3. 1967
*JttHsti floridfer/7
Patse 7-C
check. Paula Ben Gurion, out of
her corner asVed; "ShaZar. Where
did you pet all this money?"
The President, slightly taken
.ihack: "It \a the author's fee
which 1 received for my book
The Light of Man.' after income-
tax ."
Hay la. "It i> not much monejy
Sha/arv. on the defensive: *'It
i. nil I have
Paula, to conclude the discus
sion: <;i\e it to Rafi (Ben-
Italian's opposition party) Do
vim hear me' Give it to R.ifi
\ need H "
BefhGurion waved his hand
htly annoyed Shaiar, embar-
rassed, burst out: "No, no, for
the N> -e\ lectures "
The atmosphere calmed down.
i. the Ben-Gurlon maid,
d around a tray with little
brandy glasses Sha/ar sniffed
and turned to B-G: To drink your
health I shall accept B-G sniff
(I in his turn and shook his head.
! > two cameramen insisted:
.lust hold the glass for the sake
of the picture." B-G again shook
his head: No. Paula, eompromis
nit:: You shall drink vermouth."
Matal, the maid, brought a gla--
Kwrybody raised his. including
uarion. and Sha/ar proposed
the traditional toast: Till 120.
Increasing Age Limits
It was apparently the wrong
thing to say for Ben-Gurion. who
h.i- lately replaced Greek philos-
ophy and Buddhism with biology.
and who broke in: "Why only
120** Why? I>ont you know that
it is all a question of cells" The
cells in us trace back millions
ol jh ?"
Sha/ar tned to explain that
Jewish tradition and even the Qa
ran say that the age of man
i- often related to his good deeds
and that 120 ;s the usual wish
Ben-Gurion was not to be divert
. 'And I till yoil thai accord
i dern biological discos
i- clear that in 100 01
ISO years from now. scientists
will discovei the cause of cell
i people will .!-
live i" I or lino years
i
Paula, uncom meed "And what
i- -.'. ith In ing nil 120?
i have enough?"
The biological philosophical
in ended Shazar resumed
where he left off: "To many more
happy returns, till 120 Ever)
bod) downed hi' glass, the pho
tograpbers, finally pleased, shut
[away, the television cameras
turned The enormous lighting
[equipment heated the room.
Paula, really angry: "Enough
with these bulbs The heat is un-
bearable Everybody indeed per
I spired profusely, especially the
Chiefs of state meet. Former Vice President Richard Nixon with
David Ben-Gurion on the occasion of a Nixon visit to Israel.
President in his black suit and
the two authors also dressed in
official clothes Paula arose and
tried to chase the photographers
away while Sha/ar. oblivious to
what was ^oing on. less than two
meters from him. presented H <<
with the hook which produced the
mone) and told him the contents
Authors Speak
The Presidential compliment
was over Now il was the turn
ol the two authors, Aunon and
Hazaz Both looked as solemn as
Shazai himseli Thej seemed to
wear the wme sort of uniform,
hl.uk suits and waistcoats anil
iron grej tie- Agnon, moreover,
wore a large, gre) felt hat
Paula, verj surprised win
the hat? Since when have you In-
come so religious?" Agnon did
not reply hut in a demonstrative
vesture pulled the hat further
down over his ears I la/a/
straightened his tie Ben-Gurion
shook his bead and lifted his
hands as if to say: "Nu. maybe
we can proceed
Agnon made a brief speech
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mon
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f- afroii
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f air on
llr. .mi r lr*.
s^/sctctorc J^poltc
and presented B-G with a copy of
his book. Terrible Da>s" The
title seemed more than curious
for the occasion and somebody
behind whispered in a loud voice:
"A nresent from Premier K-li
kol evidently." referring to the
bitter quarrel between the two
men The second author made his
-peech it was long, seemed end
less and Paula shook her head
and commented under her breath,
enough, enough."
It was the turn now of the
( hail man ol the Organizing Com
mittee, Uved Ben Ann His
speech was one of the shortest
and most moving "Ten \ ear-
when Winston Churchill was
80. the Queen called at his home
to convey to bun the greetings
and the affection of the entire
nation Vou, Mister President,
have come here on a similar mis
sion to convey the love and the
admiration of the entire nation."
Paula wiped a tear from behind
her sun glasses. B-G sat rani rod
straight in his chair. Sha/ar look-
ed more solemn and more wor-
ried than ever before. It was not
clear, at least not officially,
whether he called on Ben-Gurion
in a private or an official capa-
city
Treason in Midst
One of the main leaders of the
Mapai Party. Shraga Netzer, ad-
dressed him next. Netzer is the
man who bitterly opposed Ben-
Gurion during his 1963 split with
EshtroL Now he recalled, how-
ever, the day he first met with
B-G during the former's \isit to
Moscow in 1923. "They already
know you showed the way and
explained our duty Ever since,
you have continued to do so."
Paula, who has never forgiven
Netier for his 'treason" broke
in: "If this is so. why did you
not join Ben-Gurions party*"
Ben-Gurion himself did not
seem to hear. His head bent back-
wards, he seemed lost in some
historic Olympus. The small party-
moved over to the Negev College
for lunch. The dining room has
green walls. The waitresses seem-
ed embarrassed by their white
head caps and starched aprons
The small party sat along a T-
shaped table. The writer Agnon
looked at Paula fixedly for a
few minutes and suddenly in a
demonstrative gesture picked up
Continued *n Pat* 11-C
"I can remember some incidents from
my early days in Palestine that make me
laugh when I think back on them today.
Once, I was working in a little village
not far from Zichron Yaakov. I used to
spend my nights sleeping in the cow-
shed But with all the cowshed smeli
and the mice, I was stiil glad to be in
Eret/ Yisrael David Ben-Gurion.
from reminiscences of his early days
f tirrofi
llr. .Ill.f s. III-.
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Friday. March 3. 1967
Ben-Gurion Reviews His Ideas
By LEA BEN DOR
An Exclusive Interview
For The Jeruwlem Pott
THEN why have we so little
Western immigration?
The masses never came here
rhe Jews reft Russia, but the
asses went In America Only
ndividtials came here The lead-
irs stayed there and thousand-.
nany thousands went to America
Biej wen under pressure, ami
they went anywhere they could
jet, but main!} to America Htei
1930. for a time, the majority
e here The) were drawn
lere
The) came, as individuals, long
tefore the word "Zionism' was
nvented; in the days of Nehemia,
n the days of the Bilu, m the
nineties It was later that the
dea Of the Zionist spiritual C<
re here was invented But that
vav never immigration
He had been racing through
. sequence <>i thoughts ovei
amiliar to him. hut now -omc
hing caught his attention
Miracles Not Surprising
We must attract them. he
aid. pulliny invisible Jews out
>l the air with his hands. "Not
lave them pushed out somewhere
Ise Pull them here
Me shifted hack to analysis
We must oiler them a li\
On Israel at Age 80
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Hi
ing Not on the American stand
ard, bul a living Hut we musl
also offer them sometMns. else
that they do not ha\e there, -..t
a need of the -pint Nut the
millions, they do not seek tin-
satisfaction. They are content
simply to jjo to the syna^ouuo
once a week or once a year We
must offer them a Jewish life
and an opportunity to do things
they cannot do there It e\i-t-
The level of research in
On a visit to the United States in 1951, Prime Minister David
3en-Gurion conierred with Congressmen Franklin D. Roosevelt,
. r and John F. Kennedv.
America is very high, they get
people from all over Furorr But
we are the only country that at-
tracts research workers from
America If we can do that, we
can do it in other fields, too
There are .100.000 Jewish stir
dent- in the United States If ue
can get onl) 2 percent of them,
with their families, it would be
eiiou-h
We Con firing People
Earlier he had .-aid "we can
bring people, the nation can do
it But not the political move-
ments, not the Jewish \ i
I don't know what it- for. now
It should occupy itself with en
couraging the Jewish birthrate
The government cant do that,
for it would have to i\o the same
for the Aral) birth rate, and that
i- already one of the highest in
the world and their death rate
one of the lowe-t
I spoke to young people in
England Do you know what the)
-aid' They complained that Un-
political "shlihim." who are there
to a--i-t immigration, spend their
time attacking each other's par
ties in Israel
"They have an e\cellent or-
ganization there, the 'Bridge,'
which -ends young people hen
for a few month- between school
and university, both .lews and
Gentiles They go back happy "
He beamed as though ever)
problem had been solved
Taking Things for Granted
People here -imply don t
what's going on half tin
tune, the) take n all for granted
When de V'alera wai here he told
me how little pi nun-- the) had
made with Gaelic 111 Eire and ask
Huw did Miu do it?'
When I first arrived in Jaffa
meetings all had to Ik- held in
Yiddish -till because nobod)
knew Hebrew When Gentiles tell
me ol the miracle- the\ have
DAVID BEN-GURION
{.jrcctincj? on the K^Jccii^ion of
<*fti* L'i^if to \^Jur \^^onimimitu
Liberator, Father of His Country
found here I am not surprised. papers But that there are green
because I remember how people patches alt the way clown to Eilat
i i_ .. .w .u .u that Moroccan peddlers have r*.
-aid about these things that they >c m
come farmers and bin d hou-,,
COUld never be done Now. when
thine.- co wrong, it pets into the
Continued on Page 13-C.
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David Ben-Gurion
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David Ben-Gurion
Architect of Israel
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Israel Celebrates Gurion's 80th Birthday
Continued from Page 7-C
his plate and moved out to the.
adjacent succah.
The hat incident had apparent-
ly not been torgotien hut Paula
non plussed turned to an old
friend, multimillionaire Joseph
.lakobson and asked: Where is
Ma/al oxer"' Mazal was fetched and
seated at the table of honor Both
Ben GuriOflS smiled and shook
her hand
Suddenly silence Jakobson rab
In- glass and proposed The
President." Paula added: "And
Bcn-Gurion."
And once again she scored a
point, for apart from protocol
and politics, parties and official
usage, the people in the hall have
assembled to drink to the health
of the old man from Sde Bokcr.
Together With Paula, they stood
up: "To Ben-Gurion'i health."
Visit from a Youngster
Hen Gllrion was tired lie had
a high fever Paula took his pulse
The caravan moved back to Sde
Bokcr and suddenly everybody
realized that the "young old man
was really 80. Paula put him to
bed. The doctors were called. The
friends and well wishers dis-
persed. Quiet returned to the lit
tie green cottage. Paula sat on a
stool on the lawn warming her
self in the last sun rays from the
cold evening winds which sweep
across the Negev F'rom time to
time --he chased away a curious
on looker: "Sha. Sha. Do not dis-
turb." Inside, the old man in .1
red dressing gown sat by the
window, reading.
A little girl with treckles on
her nose and short cropped hair,
walked up to one of the body-
guards, a small bunch of Hewers
in her hand: "Could I see Ben
Gurion?" "Shh." answered the
security man the old man
reads
One of the many 80th birthday celebrations which Ben-Gurion
shared with his admirers was this, with United Jewish Appeal
leaders participating in the 1966 UJA Study Mission last
October. From left are Max M. FisheT, Detroit, general chair-
man; Irving Bernstein, assistant executive vice chairman; and
Jack D. Weiler. a national chairman, all of New York.
DAVID BEN-GURION

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J of dedication
to 80 years
and devotion to your beliefs
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SHALOM"
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WELCOME !
DAVID BEN-GURION
We are pleased to join all Floridians
in the dual celebration of your
80th Birthday and your visit to our
community.
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*Jewist>nr*Mter?
Friday. March 3. 1967
Israel's First Prime Minister Recalls Age 2
Continued from Pag* 3-C
one kopek a week Alter 40 w t i kv
each one of US had 40 kopeks, and
that was enough to bus shekel,
M each one of us purchased a
shekel We insisted that our par
ents recognize us as a society.
The) refused, and -aid it WSJ
linsl the regulations, since we
were under 18 yean ot age. And
w< gave way
\\ hen 1 reached the ace of 14. I
began to go to one of the meet
inga with two of my friends The
father of one friend was verj
much against his son attending
this sort of meeting, and took
Steps to put an end to it While
his SOU was still asleep, he took
his clothes, and locked them up
somewhere The poor lad remain
ed naked all day. and could not
go to the meeting When he crew
up. and came to this country, his
father tore his clothes, according
to the Kn'a ritual for bewailing
the dead, and sat Shiva mourn-
f< i ie< en days because his
son went to Eretz Yisrael
Never Asked for News
He never asked for news of his
son. There was quite a big immi-
gration from Plonsk. with people
coming and come all the time.
Yet that Hassid never once asked
what happened to his son. who is
a farmer in Kfar Malal. to this
van. day. called Avraham Brush
When Avraham finally made up
his mind to go to Eretz Yisrael. I
was living in Warsaw. He came
to visit me there, entered my
room, threw his hat off his head,
and said in Yiddish: David, bring
mir kolebs" kolebs meant
pork That was the way he wanted
to rid himself of the yoke he had
been carrying all those years
Nowadays he would not touch
pork, not because he is orthodox
He just said it to me. to show
that at last he felt himself free
We three fri< I inded a
Zionist Yj ra" in
1904 calling it after the name of
in tin Bible We de
eided our society would be Zion-
ind we would onlj speak He-
brei ours was the kind of
town where everybodj hail
Hebrew as a child most of
the youngsters knew the Ian
[e Hut children from work-
ir.C class families did not havi 10
many years of schooling, so they
did not know Hebrew too well
Shlomo Zemah and 1 took over
a Beit Midrash in the evenings
between the Mincha and the Maar-
iv prayers, and started giving les-
sons to these youngsters. You
might have called it Noar Oved.
but the name did not exist in
those days
Leaves Plonsk
I left Plonsk. for Warsaw In
those days it was hard for a Jew
A weary David Ben-Gurion at a political rally in Tel Aviv
when he opposed Levi Eshkol for Prime Minister on his new
Rah Party ticket.
builders were needed there, so I
would become an engineer. I
started preparing myself to en
ter the training school, and mean
while I took up teaching, in order
to earn my keep II) father want
ed to send me money, hut I re
fused, although I agreed la
when I became a teachei
modern school in Francis
Street l only taught there for
m\ months, because l was pre
paring myself to entei the Wald
berg School, and I had no I
left over from m) own studies
to allow me to teach
Recollection of Warsaw
When I was in Warsaw. 1
heard that a Bundist called
Shmulik had arrived in Plonsk
from Novodor, a nearby town, to
found a Bundist society The only
anti Zionists in Plonsk were the
Hassidim. since there were no
organized Territonalist or anti
Zionist associations I returned to
Plonsk to campaign against the
Bundist and we used to call meet
mgs at the Assembly Hall, which
was a big place The shopkeepers
would put up their shutters, and
The kibbutznick David
Ben-Gurion in his work
clothes at Sde Boker.
to be accepted at Gymnasia and
University. There had to be ten
gentiles to every' Jew In those
days there happened to be a rich
Jew in Warsa. Waldberwg. who
founded a school to train engi-
neers, although he himself did
not belong to that profession I
thought over what I would do in
Eretz Yisrael. and I decided that
JL
ISRAEL AIRLINES
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The Honorable DAVID BEN-GURION
Lrs:n irona
A Leader in Statesmanship...
A Leader in Education
come to hear. lh* debates Since
I was from Plonsk like them, ana
not an outsider, it was to my
advantage, arid during the course
of a few weeks I got rid of the
Bund entirely, and the Poale Zion
came into being. Of the many
people who went to Eretz Yisrael
from Plonsk. the first one was
Zemah and the second was Lavle.
Lavie wrote a book called: The
Immigration of Shalom Laish."
which is in fact an autobiography
He just changed his name from
Lavle to Laish, and from Shlomo
to Shalom and he described his
own journey to Eretz Israel
Important Books
Of all the books I read in those
early days, there were two that
made a tremendous impression
upon me: one was an original
Hebrew work, and the second a
translation The original Hebrew
work was "Ahaval Zion hy A\
raham Ifapu. I read it when I was
only nine or ten years old AI
though 1 grew up in a home
where Hovevei Zion. Hebrew and
Bret] Yisrael were in the very
air we breathed, it was Mapu's
hook which brought me to this
country I don't think my father
or one of my brothers told me
ON ZIONISM. WORDS
AND JABOTINSKY
. Zionism! That word
leave|t alone it hrotcht nic
here Yes, hut I know r> IW
that my own Zionism was
empty, in Plonsk It's not
what you say that matters
but what you do In Plonsk
we sat and debated the form
ol the Pool Hatzair (the
Young Workers \,.,,, ,
tion) Than, when we came
here, there ai an ai gument
over the name, and some
people wouldn't change thi
name to loin the Paolei Zion
The) didn't realise that we
worked and we were yo
and the name lidn t matter
any longer The whole weak
ness of Zionism is that it is
just words, words, and words
are nothing
In 1881 I talked about this
to Jabotinsky In London, and
he said I didn't know the
power of words i realised
then that that was where hi-
whole strength lay. in words
Thai is why his movement
collapsed after he died
to read the book We had a h:.
library at home I used to re.,
real deal a> a child and Mapu
book was there ,n our librar\
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BEN-GURION
Founding
Father
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JmUfi fhrid'inn
Page 13-C
Age 80
Continued from Pag* 10-C
their children yo to .school.
|j notices that an) longei
And thej don't do nyth'ng
til it in theory everybodj is
favor "t immigi ition bul i
wants to help newcomt rs
t-ttli '' W h get to kirn..
rai interested '
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-'.in facts into their pupils
the Midrasha he point
i .
|j men w ho know how
al h > ant to edu<
I i til ii mi ii.
Maintaining Position
Fter a pause he said bluntlj
leliberatel) rhe parties ire
l> interested in maintaining
then own position That's their
.urn I tried to fight it S
the best people in Mapai once
-.ml to me "s ou look after the
Stati and we l! look after the
l didn t agree 1 fought
VI the I omention in 1886 I
worked out principles for the
party That l! DlUSl not chOOSC
its road according to what i~ .
the part) hut for the nation,
that it had a historic duty to per
i :n
Mr Ben I iurion got up and
ked about as he remembered
Iramatic moment, and he was
tilling uproariously "The) all
i ed, it was unanimous I could
even argue 1 couldn't say
Dot ... ree c mid I" I knew
didn't mean to do anything
it it The part) comes first
there w -is one case, just one
ion in the whole histor) of
i State when .i part) took a de
cision in the interest of the State
and not in its own interest That
was when Maki .t\\<\ Herul atl
ihi -.i il arms to Gern
\> lut Haavoda and Mapam
But even the man who is a fraud
himself doesn't want a fraud in
the government The thief doesn't
want to be governed by a thief.
You remember the Profumo busi-
ness in England0 The trouble was
not because of the woman, but
Continued on Page 14-C
Our Community
is Honored!
Bon-Gurion (right] at the Weizmann Institute of Science
lehovot in November, 1958. upon the assumption of the
presidency of the Institute h^ Abba Eban (right today Israel's
Foreign Minister. Center is Meyer W. Weisgal. who now
serves as president of the Institute.
Greetings
and
Felicitations
to
David
Ben-Gurion
World Statesman
Israels Hero
ainst il The General
Zionists supported the Govern
and the decision was ap-
proved it was an unpopular
thing for them to do. it did not
do their part) an) good, hut the)
did it
After a moment's pause he
mused, distressed, A German
who was never a Nan gives -i
million pounds to the Museum
(he was referring to the gift of
Mi Axel Springer, the publish
it and they say its unaccept-
able. That i- Nazism How did
Jews get to be like that?"
He :ot back to the party ques
tion
Mapai Did Things
So that u.is the only time a
party did not consider its own
interests Of course Mapai did
many things that weir good for
Ma tai and good for the State. For
years 1 thought there were mem
bers who had an appreciation of
the States needs as such. Hut
afterwards I saw that 1 was
wrong They had jus! supported
me personally, they had not un-
derstood what I wanted like they
accepted my definition of the
tj duties This seemed
to remind Mr Ben-Gurion of the
supreme, grim joke against him
self "The) agreed he sai i
hut they didn't mean it "
I he laughter turned into a
frown
Party Comes First
Rut I think that there is
more understand that the
election system must he changed
The people cant all he angels
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Friday. March 3. 1967
Ben-Gurion's Ideas at Age 80
Continued from Page 13-C
ecause he lied lo Parliament
\tter the split in the part) aei
pi ople came i<> me and said
ihej did not believe in the Align
lent, but Ihej would vote for it
t her wise there would be no goi
i ment Thej are all excellent
pie individual!). hut w hen
ihe> gel togetht i in a (action
Take the Progressives now
the Independent Liberals), thej
re good people, hut when it is
question of then partys exist
t-nce then that must come lirst
larai i opi oses ,i change in the
lectoral system because their
art) would disappear So do Ma
and \ht1ut rla'voda, the par
t> comes before ever) othei
sjderation And Galili persuaded
liapai, frightened them th.it they
would have no government at all
iiit I think that now people are
eginning to understand
How will the Jewish people
survive if some are religious and
some are not?
Mr Ben-Gurion took the bit
letween hi- teeth and galloped
ff down one of his favorite
avenue*: the Jewish religion i-
Ifferent in th.it it is no abstrac
lion, but a national code, the
word dat (religion) meant lau
iriginally; the Jewish festivals
are connected with historical
events and the seasons the reli.:
'Oils and national element cannot
* separated "even if the Council
f Judaism says the) can He
-lid into a discourse on Buddhism
md recalled with a delighted grin
us arguments on this subject
with the Burmese Premier, U Nu.
where the latter had admitted
himself defeated
Buddhisms great contribu
'ion is its puie humanism, hut it
I ell to the .lew- to conceive uni
ersaiisin to visualize "Elorrim
the Almighty) as the creator of
hi' universe, not fire i water,
nit as the creator of
ood and evil
Job's fortune
lh picked up the Bible that
lies read) to his hand. ;.- othei
teople hav< di<
n a
ci fu d
ae want) d. n lines ol
lob's I e\ il
lortune Thei
the creal of man but shut the
N l knov
ted man
in his own ii male and
i ated he them Io
there are murder* in Tel Aviv.
But there are also many people
who are an example to the na-
tions It is | question of who will
win. the murderer or the out
standing people. And that do
pends on absolute integrity in the
leadership of the State. Some
people think that is not import
ant.'' he ended with a shrug, "but
I don't want even to talk about
that "
A meeting of two great minds took place in 1951 when Albert
Einstein and Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion got together.
The late physicist was intensely interested in scientific educa-
tion in Israel, where it has made great strides.
getner." he emphasized with an-
other twinkle. "That business
with the rib was 111-t an after
thought
Quoting Isaiah
"In the image of God," thai la
the supreme idea, and it did not
apply only to .lews, hut to the hu-
man iace. black, yellow or white
The Jews only came with A bra
ham II the anti Somites say the
Jew is told to love only the .lews
it is not true The Bible says and
thou shalt love the stranger as
thyself' "
Then he quoted Isaiah "I'll
read it to you It's only about ten
pages He raised an admonish
ing finger in a gesture that lock
ed curiousl) old-fashioned "Youi
new moons anil appointed feasts
niv soul hateth Wash you,
make you clean, cease to do evil;
"Learn lo do well, seek juu
ment, relieve the oppressed
Fatherless, plead
the widow, he intoned sternly,
enthralled b) what he was read
When he got lo nation shall
not lift up i.list natioi
he clapped Ihe hook shut
with a kindly smile Mid, 'All
: ht, all right But remen bei
Isaiah wanted peace between
the natii I Plato uho was
a \, anted
the Greeks t fight < ai h
ei and it si emed i atural to
unsl the
ans, the stran i i
He skipped to Jonah and Ihe
lie and events at Nmiveh.
N Hi e the Ainu ht\ w j- will-
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ing to toi give even Niniveh
1 hen he pointed to the Bible and
said soberly. "This hook is the
source of the nation. It is the
most important thing we have.'
It says there that there shall
he a covenant of the people, for
I light unto the nations If that
is chauvinism. I accept it We
have seen the beginning We
have become like Other people
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Friday, March 3, 1967
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David Ben-Guiion presented a Menorah to Hairy S. Truman
on his 67th birthday, while on a tour of the U.S. in 1951. With
them is Abba S. Eban. then Israel's Ambassador to the U.S.
and the United Nations, now Foreign Minister.
Reminiscences Of
Brush With the Law
^N one occasion an arbitration
^ case pot me into very hot
water. The Jews in Chones, a
small town not far away, were
involved in a dispute about ap-
pointing a new communal rabbi
such situations were quite fre-
quent. There seemed to be no
way of solving the disagreement.
because they were scared to ask
the Government to intervene,
and just as scared of turning to
the Workers' Committees who
were already showing their hand
openly. The people in (hones
heard that ue in Plonsk arranged
nur disputes peaceably and sen
sibly, so they sent for me and
asked me to arbitrate between
the factions that were backing
the two candidates for the com-
munal rabbinate.
When I got to Chones I called
an enquiry, questioned both sides,
and noted down their arguments.
But since Chones did not come
under the jurisdiction of Plonsk,
but of Slavk, a bigger town, I
had to take all the papers and
set off for Slavk I travelled by
boat along the Villa, but just be-
fore we docked at Slavk, the boat
was met by the police.
They Arrest Him
Somebody must have reported
me to the authorities At any rate,
they arrested me I sent word to
Warsaw immediately, and told
them that things looked vtiy had
for me hi those days they would
try suspicious characters and
shoot them; they threatened to
shool rile
The Poale Zion members from
Warsaw sent somebody up to
Slavk -ti.nuht.iwa> with 1,000
roubles, .m<\ bribed the chief i n
darme In return, he gave up the
papers I had been carrying, and
then I felt safer, because if the
authorities had no papers as evi
deuce, the) could never chat e
me with being on underground
business. Alter that my father
lo Slavk, ami talked
with the right people, so they
let me go That was jus) two
weeks before I left for Palestine,
and I was seared -t11J they would
pack me off to Siberia instead
Actually that was the second
time my father had got me out ol
a tight situation. The first OCCI
sion was at the beginning of 1905,
about 18 months before I left for
Palestine I was in Warsaw, and
1 used to walk around with long
hair, like the latest fashion A
policeman came up to me. took
me into custody, and hauled me
off to jail all because I walked
around with long hair They kept
me in jail for ten days.
Political Prisoner
I was classed as a political pris-
oner a long-haired revolution-
ary in Czarist Russia, they used
to keep the political prisoners
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ffru yean in Palestine in n- I
other of a j Koi TiiraJ mtenitw conduct'
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separate from the common crim-
inals. But one day we started a
riot in jail, and they put us in
together with the common crim
inals as a punishment. That was
the first time 1 ever came into
contact with the dregs of society
Shaken to the Core
That same year, in Warsaw,
the Bund had conducted a cam-
paign against the brothels, which
were mostly owoed by Jews. They
used to raid them, and try to
drive them out of business. That
caused a lot of disturbances, and
so the police arrested BunSists
and brothel keepers alike. So
when we were put with the com-
mon criminals as a punishment
for the riot. I was thrown togeth-
er with that type of person, for
the very first time in my life.
I was shaken to the core, at the
language and the behavior. I nev-
er had the slightest notion that
such people ever existed And
they detested us political prison-
ers, because although we were
Poale /ion and not Bundists, and
had nothing to do with then l>(
nig arrested or put out of busl
ness, to them it was all the same
Tin > Jeered at us and the> cursed
... ii- The next day, we were
back h> ourselves again, however
The thing that shook me most,
was thai these criminals were
.lew- i never imagined that peo
pie could even speak in such a
vile, filthy, lewd waj
Father Leading Figure
Bui I promised lo tell how raj
lather got me out of hot water
After 1 had been in jail a few
days, my father came to War
saw went along to the Police
Chief, and sent him his visiting
card When the police chief got
my father's card, he called him
in at once "You're Victor Gryn?"
he asked Well, I'm Victor
Gryn." As luck had it. the 1'olue
Chief and my father really had
the same name though he was
a Russian. He received my father
in a very friendly manner, and
when my father told him they
had arrested me because I had
long hair, he at once ordered my
release
In our town, my father was a
leading figure, and his house was
used for meetings. The Poles
liked him and trusted him, asked
him to represent them in their
business affairs, while the farm-
ers and the landowners were
friendly with him too He was on
good terms with the Russians, be-
cause he spoke Kllssian.
He was recognized as an active
Zionist, and although he was not
observant, he used to go to syna-
gogue, He used to praj at oni
the three "Matei Midi ash whose
congregations were more or le--
divided along class lines II
us.ii to go to the "Neier Bel
Hamidrash," the most modi i
one
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yean In 1930. he h !/ Mapai Israel Labor Party
Jr. \UX'. he became a member
of The Kxeeuti.i of the Jewish
A. ur\ the oruanuation respon
aihle for Jesri^i immigration and
vttlement in Palestine From
1935 'o 1948 he served as its
chairman and then he headed th<
Provisional (Government which on
May 14. 1948 proclaimed the In
dependence of the State of Israel
following the l.'nited Nations' his-
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PORTOFI.NO
80th
Birthday
Welcome to
DAVID BEN-GURION
Pioneer, soldier, statesman, scholar, servant and symbol
of Israel's liberation and rebirth, David Ben-Gurion at the age
of 80 can look back on a lifetime of nation-building.
His great patriotism, his deep understanding of .-. I
history, his vision of an Israel reborn in its ancient homeland have
established him as one of the giant figures of the 20th Century.
The Miami Beach
First National Bank
ALTON ROAD at LINCOLN MALL
Member: Unite* tanking Grew* Frank Sm.ih.-i, Jr., Chairmen
Member: FDIC


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