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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
March 10, 1967

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

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

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
March 10, 1967

Subjects

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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oclc - 35317254
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ocm35317254
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AA00010090:01988

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Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
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Jewish Floridian of South Broward
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Jewish Floridian of North Broward
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Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1985)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Pinellas County
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Jewish Floridian of South County
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Jewish Floridian of Tampa
Preceded by:
Jewish unity
Preceded by:
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Succeeded by:
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"eJewislli Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 40 Number 10
Miami. Florida. Friday. March 10. 1967
Two Sections Price 2G*
U.S. Red China Policy Dreadful Error-Gurion
By LEO MINDLIN
Executive Editor
The Jewish Floridian
Mr Ben-Gurion stepped into a
ring of television cameras, sound
tquipment and reporters lor an
International Airport press con
fprence at Dobbs Mouse Outside
you could hear the hissing giant
[3,000 ATTEND
Bond Drive
Open With
830 Million
id Ben-Gurion, nation-builder
vorld statesman, was hailed
gaturda) night by 3,000 Jewish
om the United States and
la who filled the grand ball
uom of the Pontainebleau Hotel
erflowing .it .i celebration of
bis 80th birthdaj
In honor oi the illustrious foun
: the state of Israel, the din-
i at the closing session
t! the three-da) international in-
pngural conference <>f Israel Honds
ach purchased S1.00O or more.
Jlere in Miami and in scores of
[immunities throughout North
Vmerica. local bond-selling drives
_vere geared to the Ben-Gurion
Jurthday in the first phase of the
i967 campaign for Israel Bonds.
Resulting In a total initial sale of
30 150.000
Thif was described by Samuel
Rothberq, national campaign
chairman, a* the largest amount
ever realiied at any inaugural
conference in the 16-year his-
tory of the Israel Bond Organiia-
tion. The goal for thii year is
$115 million.
The 300 tables in the big ball
Continued on Page 10-A
beetles jetting off and landing
In the years since my last in-
terview with Israel's former
Prime Minister in Jerusalem, he
had not changed perceptibly The
flushed skin of his face still con-
trasts strikingly with the halo of
his hair, an angelic symbol of
his energy and determination.
"1 am not here, he said at the
airport Friday, "to talk about the
present only about the past
and the future.'
The ubiquitous Paula, a note
of eternal comic relief in her
own country, did not disappoint
reporters at the conference.
Dr. Joseph J. Schwarti, exec-
utive vice president of the Is-
rael Bond Organization, under
whose auspices the cherubic
looking visitor was here, intro-
duced him as "Mr. David Ben-
Gurion, of Jerusalem, Tel Aviv,
and Sde Boker."
Corrected the perennial Paula:
Mr David Ben-Gurion, of Sde
Boker. Jerusalem, and Tel Aviv "
I In point was obvious: The Is-
raeli statesman more than a
cade ago took to the Negev in
the hope that his country's youth
would follow him like some intel-
lectual Pied Piper lid envisions
his country's future in the desert
Continued on Page 7-A
N.J. Town
Snubs Good
Neighbor Tie
Historic dinner celebratinq David Ben-Gurion's 80th birthday
officially launched the 1967 Israel Bond drive Saturday night
at the Fontainebleau Hotel. Standing (left to right) are Louis H.
Boyar. chairman of the board of aovernors; Israel Ambassador.
Avraham Harmon; and Dr. Joseph I. Schwartz vice president.
Seated Heft to right) are Samuel Rothberg. national campaign
chairman: Mr. Ben-Gurion; and Abraham Feinberq. president
of the Israel Bond Organization.
Hail De Gaulle Victory;
Mendes France Returns
JERUSALEM Offi-
cial Israeli circles, refusing form
all) to comment on the results of
Sunday's French elections localise
they did not want to take a position
on internal French affairs, showed
satisfaction nevertheless with the
results of the balloting, which re
turned Geii Charles de Gaulle to
power
Top Treblinka Nazi
Is Arrested in Hrazil
RJO DE .' VNEIRO (JTA
i ran Stangl wartime commandant
i I the Treblinka and Sohihor death
ps in m cupied Poland was ai
! in Sao PaulO this week at
the request of the Austrian Km
I ass)
Stangl t>'). an automobile me
chanic, has been living under an
assumed name in Brazil for 14
years He was arrested bj federal
BeCUrit) police, as he returned from
his job at an auto plant The Ails
trian Embassy reported^ was in-
formed of Stangl's presence by the
Austrian Foreign Ministry m Vi-
enna The information was sent to
the Brazilian Foreign Ministry
which ordered stangl's arrest
Sao Paulo authorities said that
Stangl denied any complicity in
the Naii man murder program.
He told authorities hi* job dur-
ing the war had been to record
name* of victim* at they march-
ed into the gas chambers.
Knist lllsinger, charge d'affaires
ai the Austrian Embassy, said his
country would seek stangl s km
mediate extradition. lllsinger said
Stangl escaped from an Austrian
prison camp in 1948 and that he
was listed as a war criminal by
the Austrian Government in 1962
.stangl's arrest wa> announced b)
Mm u Sode. Governor of Sao
PaulO state, who said. 'The geno
Cide, Fran/ Paul Stangl. who made
martyrs Of the Austrian people and
is responsible tor the death of
700.000 Jews, has been detained
bj the Departmenl of Political and
Social onier and transferred to
federal authorities for the process
of extradition."
He said Stangl ranked only be-
hind Martin Rormann. Hitler's
deputy, and i.t Gen Heinrich
Muller. head of the SS, on the list
of moat wanted Nazi criminals.
The same circles were also grati-
fied over what seemed to be a vie- '<
tory for the French Jewish states
man. former Premier Pierre
Mendes France, who appears now
to have put himself into position
for a political come back after next
Sunday's runoff elections in his
constituency of Grenoble.
Other political and public
opinion, however, unrestrained
by formalities, were outspoken
in voicing their satisfaction over
the results in the French nation-
al balloting. Both evening news-
papers Maariv and Yedioth
Achronoth hailed the elec-
tions as an augury of the contin-
uance of friendlv Franco-Israel
relations in the future.
(In Pans. I.e Monde, the influ-
ential daily newspaper hailed the
Israeli newspaper reactions favor-
ing the de Gauule victory at the
French polls Le Monde endorsed
the Israeli newspapei views, de
Continued on Page 6-A
WAYNE N J (JT \ The
Council of Wayne Township, where
two Jewish candidates for the
Board of Education were defeated
last month, rejected 'ins week a
proposal to create a Human Re la
lions Commission foi fostering
brotherhood
The proposal would have set up
.. seven-member commission, to be
named by the Township Council, to
promote the improvement of rcla
tions between racial and ethnic
groups and to probe complaints of
discrimination The Township
Council decided instead to turn
the task of advancing brotherhood
OVCI to the Wayne Ministerial Fel
low ship.
Wayne Township attracted na-
tional attention last month when
Newton Miller, a Protestant who
was then Board of Education vice
president, called for the defeat
of Jack Mandell, an incumbent,
and Robert Kraus, because, as
Jews, they might be too liberal
in spending for education. In the
Feb. 14 election, Mandell and
Kraus ran fourth and fifth in a
field of five candidates.
Town officials took pains this
week 10 point out that the Human
Relations Commission proposal was
three years old, thus antedating
the Board of Education dispute In
an election earlier on the same
daj. Wayne residents defeated foi
the second time the Board "I Edu
cation s pioposed school bud i
Meanwhile a second Incident ill
a New Jersey, town, involving a
public denunciation id" a Jewish
hoard of education member, was
disclosed In Wesl Orange last
weekend
Frank P Combs, l Protestanl
Continued on Page 8-A
MAX MA1IH
historic 'first'
Madrid
Chief Talks
In Church
MADRID JTA Max Mai
in, president of the Madrid Jewish
Community, preached a sermon
here this week from the lectern in
a ( atholic church aft r a cantor
and a pi iest had a lei rated in in
toning verses from Psalms, accom-
panied b> tl i in the vast
Augustinian-conriucted Church of
Santa Riti
For Ihe I rst time in histor>.
jews ..i d i ath i ics participated in
what the) called a "Judeo-Chris-
turn Paraliturg> a service m
which Ihe Jewish ii l atholic
liturgies were recited in parallel
Continued on Paqe 5 A
Soldier in Hospital After Fast
WASHINGTON (JTA) A
U.S. Army private who embarked
on a "death fast because he
claimed his religious conviction as
an Orthodox Jew prevented him
from serving "an army practicing
violence" in Viet Nam has been
taken into custody and confined in
a mental ward at Madigan General
Hospital. Taeonia. Wash military
authorities revealed
The soldier Pvt Robert Levy 22.
of Kansas City, Mo started a hun-
ger strike two weeks ago at Foi t
lewis. Wash For 14 days he ate
only milk and honey Then he
stopped eating altogether, stating
that "as an expression of my ri
ligious conviction as an orthodox
.lew 1 break the law ol the United
States and refuse to remain a s<>i
dier
Defense Department officials
disclosed that the Army was try-
ing to get rabbis to convince
Continued on Page 3-A


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: ihacr.se:ves Sunday rr.crr.ir.c They raised SI2.641 for the
Combined Jewuh Appeal doubie the amount c: money rtr.sed
toward cs: years CIA dr.ve Mar-..-. 5er^e: '.e:; ar.d Robert
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ro.cr. bad predicted succeed They ar.d their com.-r-r.ee w-.t-
r.essed c record turnout ot over "C parsons cl the CIA break-
test Mayor Shepard Brocd right was guest speaker tor \-.e
IfalbOMI Houses C'A aethernc
'67 CJA Figures
Nudge $879,000
*0" i Id SS79.000 it a- reported I
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u' UM
ced to the CIA fmpi:;r To daU tbi .-. -
perrvnt icKffWJM pledged dm
M 'fir nru<
This m$t recent campaign report lum n ajtJft $7*7.767
eft ? ge to roech Hv* oMl of St 676.767 said Weiu. And
H*v only seven woofct left o 90 unt.l th* end of tho 1*67
Combined Jeisn Appaal co
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tn- hmd-raising camjv,
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the arm> n: itMtafl
Chiirmtr of the overall divi-
sion are Jerry Blank, president
of National Brands, Inc.. and
Joseph Cohen president of Fed-
eat Pecking Company.
Headinc up the Food Group is
Ber. Silver, of Food Fair Store*
Silver ha> donated hi- leadership
to CJA for the past seven year*
Servinc a* chairmen of the Food
Group Sections are Fred Aueut
Baker> Group chairman David
Blank and Sydne> Huberman. Bev
erase Group co-chairmen Dtek
Jurmair and Ermn Stem Food
Broker* Group co-ehairmer. Ed
Doksor and Harr> Susskind Pro
due* Group co-chairmen. Bernarr
6caakM1 Seafood Group chair
man. and Ernest F Harn< Super
market- and Grocery Stores Group
chairmar.
Member- ed the Food Group
'"ommitte*- rr sarr Badene- A!
nert Baiteber Richard Bern- Ie
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largest contributors of 'he CJA
campaign organization, has set
their 1967 goal at $141 SO0 an
$11,000 increase over what tha
Group raised in last year's CJA
drive.
The Restaurant crhicfa is
co-cha:red by Irving Kaplan, of
Toby's Cafeteria' and Herbert
Place for Steak, i-
no* in the proce*.* of formulatir.
its committee Irvine Rubtn of the
Pub serve* a* honorary ehainran
of the Group A $24000 coal ha-
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ridcry. Match 10.1967
*Jen 1st fk>rletter
Page 3-A
II v *^1
Sl "*iB 4 Ifl
iRabb: Solomon Schiff, chairman of the Board of License of the
|Bnrec_ of Jewish Education, presents a Certificate of Accredita-
>r. Elliot Gordon, chairman of the Board of Education
|of Bet- David Religious School; Saul Rabin, director of educa-
'. obi Sol Landau, spiritual leader of the congregation.
Death Fast Gets
Pvt. to Hospital
Cor* nued from Page 1-A
,vy "t th war it righteous
nd hit fast unjustified. A Jew-
ish chaplain, Martin Feinsod,
net with Levy at the request of
lit parents. Chaplain Feinsod
law Lrsy at the mental ward
here rte is confined and sought
"to establish the facts."
=:
) spokesman for Madinan
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Marshall Harris Seeks to Return To Tallahassee
i^
Incumbi-nt Marshall Harris
seeking t<> be returned to the Flor-
id;* House. >i Representatives, Dis
trie! 108, in the Tuesdaj Mar 14
run off
a senior partner In tho law firm
of Harris and Robinson, he I
UM Student Head
Of Or Olom Atid
Temple Or olom Atid announces
thai ii- newly-elected president is
Gail H Marantz, formerlj public
relations chairman, and presently
attending the Universitj "i Miami.
Teddi Baumann Is vice president,
and .fill Paskowitz will servi
treasurer
Mid. .hi international organiza
tion open i" men and women
18 to 24, idler'; u- men bers a wide
varietj ol social and cultural
act i\ ities
The group meets in Temple Or
Olom, 8758 s\v 16th St Sundays
at 7 30 p in
director of Dado Federal Savings nual member, Dade Count) United
and Loan Association and a eradu- Fund
ate of Harvard l.au School.
ll<- has served as co-chairman of
the legal education committee oi
the Dad.' County Bar and is presi
dent oi Jewish Vocational Service
Harris was recentk reelected a
Harris is also a regional bo I
member of the Anti-Del
! eai ue; executive committee
ami ( fiapter, Amei nan Jew i
Committee; co-chairman. Child
Care Sen ices Panel, t nited I
national vice president of the Jew and national board member, Am<
i~li Occupational Council. jican Joint Distribution Commit)
"With th<' experience I have al
read) received in Tallahassee I
hope to be able to return to our
>tate capital and to continue my
good work for Dade County," the
candidate decl.
Bom in 1!W2. he is married and
the father of three children His
community service activities have
included executive committee and
board ol governors, Greater Miami
Jewish Federation; assistant treas
urer, I i deration; executive com
mittee and hoard of Jewish Voca
tional Service, prior to hi- election
as president, executive committee
and board. Greater Miami YMIIA;
vice president, YM and WHA
General Hospital said that no court
martial charges have vet been tiled
against Lev> because he is being
held under mental observation.
Army authorities said that Levy, as
I mental patient committed by or-
der of the commanding officer.
WOttld be forcibly fed
Army officials in Washington
pointed out that Levy voluntarily
joined the Army 18 months a no
and served in the medical corps
He had just completed training as
a clinical specialist and was sub-
ject to assignment to Vie! N'am.
In a statement relea-ed bv ;i
Quaker attorney, Lev) said thai
as long a- 1 remain a soldier. 1 am
supporting an institution whose
sole reason tor existence i> tii kill
and destroj l am prepared to die
now. but it will Ih- for what I think
right I chouse to starve myaelf to
death rather than serve the gods
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Madrid Jewish Leader
Talks from Catholic Pulpit
Continued from Pag* 1-A
versions Jo illustrate the spirit of
tcumenism The event was con-
ducted before a crowded conprega
tion of about 2.000 persons, with
the first two rows of pews reserved
for "the Jewish brethren." The oc-
- on was organized by the Jew-
-h Christian Friendship Society of
Madrid, of which Mr Mazin and
the Rev Vicente Serrano, a young
AtlgUStinian priest, are the chair
men
The Psalm* ware recited by
Simon Amir, a 38 year old Mor-
occan Jew who is the cantor of
the Madrid Synagogue. After he
had intoned some Psalms in He-
brew, other verses were chanted
in Latin and Spanish by the Rev.
Jesus Alvarex, pastor of Santa
Rita. The cantor, wearing a
black yarmulke, was accompa-
nied by a small choir of Jewish
youths. Also participating in the
services were Samuel Toledano,
a vice president of the Madrid
Synagogue, and the Rev. Can
delas Moriones, provincial of the
Augustinian Order.
Mazin. in his sermon, referred
to the innumerable, historic vicis-
situdes, many of th in sad and
Brave from both sides" which had
beset the religious life of Spain,
thus pointing to the centuries old
rift between l atholics and Jews
lure since the .lews were expelled
from Spain in 1492 He noted, how
ever, that, at last, men and Ideas
had emerged, permitting "a recon
filiation, a new attitude, a rectifi-
cation of the relations that have
prevailed between us during cen-
turies and millenia."
Fr. Alvarez delivered the sermon
on behalf of the Augustin commu-
nity. Recalling that he had shared
the Passover seder with Jewish
friends, he said "now they came to
be with us" He deplored anti-
Semitism and the evils it had
wrought, declaring that "both the
anti-Semitism of the Christians and
the anti Christianism of Jews were
an insult to God "
250 Attend JFCS Open House Here
Some 250 civic leaders, political
dignitaries and friends of Jewish
Family and Children's Service at
tended Sunday's dedication and
open house of the agency's new
building at 1790 SW 27th Ave.
The official ceremony heuan at
2:.'i0 p m with an invocation and
dedication by Rabbi Solomon
Schiff. of Beth Fl Congregation.
executive vice president of the
Rabbinical Association of Greater
Miami He was followed by Dr.
Melvin I. Becker, president of
JFCS; Robert Forman. assistant
executive director of Greater Mi
ami Jewish Federation, and Wil-
liam Aramony. executive vice
president of I'nited Fund of Dade
County
Dr. Becker presented a Certifi-
cate of Appreciation to Ir\ iim
Gladstone "for his many years of
volunteer service to JFCS." Harold
Tannen, master of ceremonies, pre
seiited JFCS executive director.
Leon D. Fisher, with a desk set
gift from the agency's board of
directors
Metro Vice Mayor Harold A
Greene joined Pr Becker and
Fisher for the official ribbon-cut-
ting ceremony which was followed
by guided tours until 5 p.m.
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Mirman. principal of Coral P:
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mat'
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babe> all at the tanu
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butters mean b) "free (rani'
in 1 pulled an\ Repub lc
hat bn off the national scene
Kt he was run over by the
Gaudist bandwagon in 1 5I and
19*2. Howivr, in Grenoble, be
K*rd rt-rott 34 percent f the
**te in Sunday'* ejection*
fawtt 31 percent in the
GeuMist candidate and 71 per-
cent for the Communist nominee.
The Communists had agreed pre-
viously tbat. in case of a run-off.
they woJd shift their vote* to
M. Mondes-Franee, thvs peohaWy
inoorinf his success *t the pells
net Sunday.
French Minister Maur
:ce Cotive d> 1 'd an as
aaaaM] attended by a I ..-nber
of Jo that I do aH it
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The letters stressed that Jews
should not forget what Gen. de
Gaulle bad done against the
Nazis during World War II and
what his Government was doing
now to bar renewal of Fascist
parties in France. The commit-
tee aiso made a point of remind-
ing French Jews that Gen. de
Gaulle bad once described Israel
as 'a fnend and ally of France."
Thi
number of such
n recent da\- b] -ne to:
tee and other Je*:-h o.^an nation -
arc being

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THEY CONSIDER US AN AMERICAN IMPERIALISTIC FORCE IN MIDDLE EAST'
U.Si Red China Policy Dreadful Error-Gurion
Continued from Pag* I A
there. The young have been less
than enthusiastic in their re
sponse
\ ii id passed his eyea, and he
waved his wife aside. She seated
herself tenaciously left of uYad
center her Israeli image trans
ported here as an irascible soul
[and eternal guardian of her bus
I hand'! health and comfort
Mr Ben-Gurion then allowed
[that h< had been married In
ikiyn, and a-. of course, in
i United StatM many times
en, but this is m> first
Miami "
Sac Paul*. Mayor Robart
King High standing sadly at
the rear, his eves bewildered,
confined by th* enduring and
succr:.sful political imaga be-
fore Kim: "You didn't miss
mud
The gentle memberj of the
press laughed politely. B-G warn-
p.i somewhat earnestly this time:
'Paula Paula ."
B-G Fields Questions
The questions came to him rap
ll> :.ow. mainly about the
evement of Israel llond in
k-stment capital in his country
)i i th> principal reasons for hi-
itest s. visit to promote his
project: the College <>t
-. \. gev, the Megev itself, and
lineri n Ali\nh
Mi Hen C.urion." I said, about
ailed Palestine Liberation
| Ition We have been given
iin larstand in the United
5 it. that the PI 0, which i<
d' l t.. the destruction of
ki.i.'l also seems to be develop
fc> ; in a -iiunv of sympathetic
b ipporl for the Viel Cong
nsfer point <>t Hod Chin-
power into the Middle Bast
"H this is true, does the
>LO change Israel's general
Fo.e.tn policy toward the Arab
viticns at large? Does it have
my effect on Israel's quiet
Imbition for Red China's rec-
ognition? Considering the S.no-
5 rift, do you believe it
las any appreciable influence
n Soviet prestige in the Mid-
le East?"
Hence be< ame uncomforl
felt 1 ha >i ........t!i
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di i is in be li> a
i ii the onference room
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\ young Miami Beach girl
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on Royal Palm Ave. last Sat
urdey lo the Pontaineblcau
Hotel Then she climbed 16
flooi in the suite of former
Israel Prime Minister David
Ben-Gurion and asked for a
meeting with him Securitj
police told her it would he
impossible, (lila. daughter (
Mr and Mrs Zvi Bet
waited patiently outside
Suddenly, Mr Ken Gui
emerged, discovered the
young Miss' most heartfelt
desire, and took time out of
his bUSJ schedule to sit dmwi
for a ten-minute conversation
with her in Hebrew Gila -
father is associate director of
the Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion of Greater Miami
plCXion turned ruddier still, the
white halo of his hair teeming in
its own aimer to rise on the roots
of outragi
Which Palestine Organization?"
the former Prune Minister
^napped "What are you talking
about? There is no such thing as
Palestine any longer "
Nevertheless. I said. "wheth
it you care t<> discuss u or not.
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the I'l.o has quasi-official status
at the I'nited Nations." I wanted
t.i saj Nor did your Jewish Ajjeii-
CJ for Palestine exist when there
was no Jewish State, and Pales
tine had gone from Turkish to
British rule. I wanted lo say
Dont tell me Achmed Shukairj
head of the Palestine Liberation
Organization, is unknown to you.
Don t tell me you have failed to
take note that the Pl.o played
a major role In the reci i l Sj i ia
Israel border battle which the
I \ Truce Organization and Gen
odd Bull are still trying tn medi
ate todaj
Don't suggest, I wanted to re-
mark, that you are uninformed
thet Michael Comay, in one of
his last official statements be-
fore quitting his post as Is-
rael's Ambassador to the United
Nations, expressed his coun-
try's satisfaction over Amer-
ican and British opposition to
aid channeled by the United
Nations Relief and Works
Agency to Arab refugees en-
rolled in the Palestine Libera-
tion Organization not as a
gesture to Israel, but because
of high official concern over
the PLO's entanglement with
the Viet Cong.
We Stared at one another
angrily for a moment, and then
the statesman relented "I will
tell you," he said, "Red China is
not a friend of ours Red China
considers us an American im-
perialistic force In the Middle
East, The Ked Chinese do not
m ish us well
About the Pl.o I continued
And I shouldn't sa> it." Mr
Ben ii mil declared "I should
make no foreign policj state
meats particularly none about
other nations. Bui I must observe
that the IS made a dreadful
n istake in failing to recognize
Red < hina and in refusing to
support her entrj into the l S
Intolerable Silence
The quiet in the room became
intolerable. It was a moment ol
universal embarrassment (hOBtt)
to be broken by other more DO
h'e questions, my own amoiiK
them about Germany, to which
the former Prime Minister re-
plied: (,einiiin> What about
Germany? Germany is no differ-
ent for us than any other coun-
try." And. in essence: Shall we
visit the sins of the fathers upon
their sons''
There is a profound sadness
surrounding immortal men. Their
works and ideals generate slogans.
frequently violent ambitions, and
beautifully worded principles
which, in their lifetime, for po
litieal expediency, they often

Once, at the home of Col.
Jacob Arvey here. President
Truman interrupted me to
snap: "The Truman Doctrine?
There is no such thing as the
Truman Doctrine" a position
of American foreign policy Mt
the end of World War II that
saved Greece, Turkey, Italy,
and ultimately all of Western
Europe from the total on-
slaught of Soviet Communism.
It was not modesty It was ex
pediency that made Mr Trun i
explain i s foreign policj is
a continuing thing it be i
ends with no single President "
Bui men. the common men '
nmre than plaj this same. They
must fight and frequently
for these prim iples of the ire
mortals .1- Israelis have died
mi the Syrian border and repeal
edly lace up to the continuing
Arab threat ol being swept int
the sea. Hence, it is neither a
ante not 1 ipediency for them.
And it becomes difficult for the
common man to look on at th
chess game played durum the
Dobbs House pi ess conference at
International Airport lest Fri-
day without also going a > sad,
and possibly even angry. The leg
endary immortality of p tiitical
leaders in their lifetime somehow
fails to excuse the clever word*
despite the cherubic innocence
and the silver halo
Driving Force Today
For the slogans ol the immor-
tals are the forces that drive men
today not yesterday or
morrow, to which Mr. Ben-Gurion
insisted upon restricting hm
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Jewish ftcrkHar
Friday. March 10
N.J. Town Spurns Forming
Community Relations Lnit
would make Jewish members a will be held responsible, right..
clear majority- Combs told the wrongly, by the entire non.l.
meeting: "Whether these three act segment of the community fo
in unison or not. at all tim.-* they erything that is not to their liki
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member o' the Weal Orange Board
lucntion. publiclj attacked the
ntmenl bj Mayor Louii Fal
i t of Abe 1 Charnak to buci
i ml \' i board meeting
'an y. Mi ( omba said that
rtunately, Mayor Falcon
i d pi : in of the .u ish
. in mj place, leaving i
ial portion of the community
i sting >>f those "i tin- Pi
faith without repn
the Board
urnak became the thud Jew
r.ember on the fi\e member
I of Weal Orange, which is
miles weal "f Newark The two
board members are Catholic
Orangi i> 40 t>ercent Jewish.
rcent Catholic and 25 percent
{ testant
The incident recalled the con
:-> in Wayne Town-lap
where the Board vice president
called for the defeat of two candi
because they were Jewish
i such, might spend too much
for education. Mr Miller also said
Jewish member- would endai
what i- left of Christ In our
Christmas celebrations
However, Combs said the situ-
ation in West Orange was
"quite different" from that of
Wayne. "We have always had
representation of all groups," he
added. "I represented the Pro-
testants for five years. This was
not intended as criticism of the
Jewish people." He called the
appointment of Charnack an "in-
justice" and then added: "Let
it be clearly understood that I in
Stone Presses Senate Race
IC of the hottest races in the
"d Democratic primary elec
- on Mar 14 is for the newly-
. "ed Senate -eat in District 48
.or City Attorney Dick Stone
substantially in the first
ary, the candidate's -upporters
ated thi- week
am grateful to all of you who
-hown confidence in my
.fications n\ voting for me I
gl) feel that the fight, begun
^mi for lower milk prices and
utility rate- must be
ght to Tallaha-M'
-
I greatly appreciate all of the
' -e endorsements from new*
rfaers and organizations that
, e supporting my candidary,"
S :ne continued.
tea will debate ma
icing Dade l
dio and televisi >
inces to which both ha\--
-d
tie has pledged an introduc-
tion creating a state
wide grand jury to combat crime
anywhere it exists in Florida
Stone was born in 1928. and has
been a member of the Florida Bar
since 1955 He has been active In
Civic affairs and a member of the
Board of I'rban Renewal League
and South Florida Council of Boy
Scout- of America Stone and hi*
wife, liartene, have three children
Israeli Coins
Program Theme
Steve < ahan. chairman of the
I-rael Coin committee -puke on
the hist 'i \ of In .! as noted in
and currency at the week
'.> one;; Shabbat program at the
VM and WHA of Creator Miami.
8500 SW 8th St la-t Saturday
afternoon.
A film provided by the I
rnment entitled "Within the
Circle wa- also -hown
A large display of Israeli coin-;
was on view during the program.
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IM THE fCTUtfSQUf BlVl KIDGl MOUNTAINS
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PIUS FEATURE Unigee Program ef Dynamic Jewish Living
Jewish Cefture Heritage and the Spirit ef Israel Stressed
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Once Agein Specially Chosen Delegates of the Israeli Scouts will
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Limited to 190 Campers
FIRST SESSION JUNE 22 JULY 19 $265 00 TOTAL
SECOND SESSION JULY 21 AUG. 17 $265 00 TOTAL
FULL SEASON JUNE 22 AUGUST 17 $495 00 TOTAL
Information Locally Phone 947-0025 or 665-5768
or Write 50 WHITEHALL ST S.W.. ATLANTA. GA 30303
FRANK FARBENBLOOM, Director
Sponsored by Hadassa'n and Z.O A.
no way intend to comment or
reflect on the capabilities or re-
ligion of the gentleman who has
been appointed."
Noting that the appointment
prestige
address
mum
on the
ocean
in the heart of
Miami Beach
400 foot private beach
and cabanas V2 mile of
boardwalk two heated
pools a steam, sauna and
massage faci II ties a stores
and specialty shops right
on the premises
Studies 1 A 2 I )
Bedroom Apts., fj I | '
Rentals from ro I. fj mt
Mr CiiitiK 11 Srpi 17 tcueiic?
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KABU KAIFH P. KINGUiY
Rabbi Kingsley
Assumes Pulpit
At Temple Sinai
Rabh: Ralph I' Kingsley, recent
ly elect*;' spiritual leader of Tern
pie Sin; will conduct weekend
vnm |g) and viturday to be
held at Washington Federal. 699
N'E 167U SI
R.iblu Kingsle) h'>Iiis a BA de-
cree in English literature .from
Queen! College, and was ordained
with honor* in I960 by the New
N irk brtttch of the Hebrew Union
( oil,- e-J( -h Institute <>f Relig-
ion. Upon ordination, he became
a chaplain in the l SAF, serving
Jewish litary and civilian per
;ie Phillipines, Taiwan.
\ el Nai and I haila
A- it nt rabbi In- served
Templi I th Am >f Lindenhurst,
l l.. ai : < ">: he was
i of t i i ..i itj Jewish
( enter a in Long Island.
\' Cii -i Citgu Ra bi K slej
j- actJVi in communal interlaith
activities tlso serving aa rabbinic
adviser t< the Long Island Federa-
tion of ". :iple \ tuth
Man i to the I inner Ilrenda
Schiffma: the couple have two
sons I Moses 4. and Jonathan
Meii I. mtha
The : ning services on Satur-
laj al pie S the first
t i be ir ir. | ilai basis
With it ei i later in-
adilj, the i mgregation
i plant tn bi n ground soon
I ir a r.. .. building on n> propert)
at 18* NE 22nd Ave
Luncheon to Include Election
The .'i annual election meet
ing of : Rhoda M Levine Chap
ler, Pif I for Sight, ha- been
scheduli. for Tuesdaj The noon
lunchet mill be held at the Fon-
talnebl Hotel
^uncreU^fopel
Sal
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This Tuesday
March 14
Lever 2 A
The Fighting Former City Attorney Who
Has Continually Carried The Banner For
#Lower Insurance and Utility Rates #Lower Milk
Prices 'Uniform Housing Codes #No Secret Meetings
TEMPLE BETH AM & BOARD MEMBER TEMPLE EMANUEL
EXECUTIVE OF THE WEIZMANN INSTITUTE
CO-CHAIRMAN OF THE DADE FAMILY OPERA
SOUTH FLORIDA COUNCIL, BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA j
Dick's Mother, LILY STONE, is Regional Director of Mizrachi
Dick's Father, ALFRED STONE, is a Resident and Pioneer of Miami Beach since 1928.
FOR YOUR SENATOR ELECT
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Paid Politico/ Arfvf.
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Friday. March 10. 1967
Bonds Launch With $30 Millions-Plus
Continued from Ptge 1-A
iom rich had a l>nthda> cake
eajoratad with the blue and white-i
uk of Israel, and the Ringing <>i
-la(ik\ah. its national anthrni, in
mage to the great Israeli leader
i barged the huge dining hall with
i'tp emotion.
The overflow audience was moved
- Dr Joseph Schwartz, vice
resident ol the Israel Bond Oi
miration, hailed Mr. Ben-Gurion greatest contribution of the Jewish
launching of an Israel Bond cam-
paign. The first time was in May,
1951 when, as first Prime Min-
ister of Israel and as the father
of the Israel Bond idea, he made
a special visit to the United
States to launch the first Israel
Bond drive in this country. Since
then, more than $920 million
have been raised.
Isserting thai the Bible was. the
- the man who erased the word
melessness' from Ihe vocabularj
Jew ish experience "
Mr Ben-Gurion called on Amer
an Jews to preserve iheir Jew
hness through wider stud) of the
ible and to advance Israel's eco
aanic growth through increased
niestmenl in Israel Bond- foi
ie expansion of its industrj and
port trade
Mr. Ben
people lo mankind,
c,mion. who i^ widely recognized
.1- a student of Ihe Bible, declared
"Without the Bible, which i> tin
greatest possession and the great-
est contribution ol the Jewish
people to the world, the .lews
would not ham baaa aiUc to nit*
\ive. t ither in Israel, where they
.uc siin-oiiuded l>> enemies. (.r in
the Juaspora where they wore hat-
The Jewish leader who in ap ed and expelled by most of the
aiance and manner ol expres countries of Europe at one time or
on suggests a Biblical patriarch another durtnc the past 2.000'
i modern dress, stressed the im r years.
wunce of the settlement and de-j lhere mm flve or ,ix mi10n,
iopment Of the NegCV, the BOUf* Jmm dllrin;, ,ne me of the Rom.
m desert which occupies no r*r-.arl En)lre If it nad no, bwn for
"'!' "".""lyi"Mill persecution and murder,
and assimilation, there would ha\e
ben more than 100 million Jews'
in the world today, instead of only
thirteen million
"If you do not teach your chil-
is chairman of its hoard of got
ernora
Rothberg paid tribute to the late
Henrj Morghmfhau, Jr. former
United Slates Secretary of the
Treasury, who served as the first
chairman of the board of governors
of the Iscaei Bond Organization
when it was formed in 1951.
Me praised Mr. Morgenthau as
"one of the greatest Secretaries
of the Treasury this country ever
had." He recalled Mr. Morgen-
thau's ready response when the
Prime Minister asked him to as-
sume a leading role in the Israel
Bond drive, and his "historic
service to the Jewish people and
to Israel.
Rothberg also cited the dedicat-
ed service of two other kc> leaders
who died during the past few-
months The) were Samuel II Dai
off, who was the fust General
Chairman of Ihe Israel Bond cam
paign in Philadelphia, and Michael
Stavit.sk> of Newark, who was .na-
tional chairman of High Holy Days
and synauogue activity for Israel
Bonds.
The delegates were welcomed to
the conference by Rabbi I eon
Kronish. chairman of the Greaaei
Miami Committee for Israel loads,
in behalf of the host community
The invocation was offered b> Bah
bi Irving I.ehrman. and the |
diction by Rabbi Mayer AbraiBO
wit7. The national anthems of the
Cnited States and Israel were sung
h> Cantor David Conviser.
A special musical tribute m y.
Men-Ciiirion was presented b) J I
I'eerce.
nt ol the area ol
aurteen yean ago the Israeli
atesman dramatically announced
iat he was moving to the desert
Uage of Sde Boker and called on
ic youth of the country to follow
it example Short!) thereafter, the
overnmenl of Israel with .he aicL,*" Ine *-*
I the i.....weds from the sale 0f. JudBIMn r ,ht' ** P~P* wU
survive It is ihe Bible that has
kept us alive all these centuries
and it is the Bible that holds the
meatesl ho|>e for our survival in
the luture.
rael Bonds, initiated a large statel
(tort to establish new Mttlements
industry in the unpopulated.
iii south
Saturday night in ringing
ones, the white-haired octogen-
arian father of the Israel Bond
arogram, declared that the "Ne-
gev mutt not remain a desert."
Israel will not achieve its full-
est potential of economic growth
jnless ihe Negev is made a cen-
ter of new industry, he said.
that Israel must \pand
er Kpoi 1 trade m oi.h-i to mi
t in r ecooomic situation Mi
Gui ion suggested that
ike full advantage ol
raphic position to develop inct
i trade with the newly established
ti les in Asia and v
We have one big advanl
id Europe in da>
Mr. Ben-Gurion paid tribute to
American Jewry for its faith in
the people of Israel and for *ts
share in the economic develop-
ment of Israel through the Is-
rael Bond campaign. "Without
the Israel Bend campaign we
would not have been able to
keep our doors open to all Jews
who wish to come to our shores,
and without Israel Bonds we
would not have been able to de-
velop our agriculture and our
industry to give the immigrants
homes, jobs and the dignity of
self-reliance," he declared.
Among 'he other speakers at the
Ben-Gurion tnbute were Abra
, rith \-an and Fewberg. president ol the Israel
fri, amxation; Louia ll Boyai
a, ertothem The..-- bairmaa ol the board ol
e bui '~ '"" ,1;,mv "f r^""'" '^
e will Ik man f("
. xports I '" K :] -(l ehair
.,,. p || ,Ugh the Red '" Miami campaign; and
lh because il will "' Schv resi
i.-.i
ike
eiopment ol 'heir < ies up
oi,
I ex
,iitv w,- will hasten u-
goal of ecoi inuc In
six i d<
lion Samual Rothberg. nal
chairman presided and
introduced Mr Ben Gui ion
lent Truman sent
itorj message to the
dinner in which he said that Mi
\perie'ice thl
it n M;
urion said

\iici Uvii for fourteen Ben-Gurion's "historic role in It
tell vou from personal ii Hiding lh I people
of I Iheir ii nee and
security will live in the memories
'U -.- come "
l in telegram from Mr Truman.
who made history himself when he
announced the de facti it ion
of Israel minutes
after Mj Be Gui ion ;m oclaimad
i- ii u pend< nee on Ma) 14. \'.HH
l m appreciate it if
-I.ild convi > for me lo for
I
in, in> warmest ttuia
lions teen on the
is KUth huthdav His his
In leading and
Isi el to their
and seetintv will
p the nsessjoeiei of pnejaj
tmns e i hopi- the eatab
lishmenl of tl ei for the \d
vnncemeiit of Peace in the city of
Jerusalem will help to direct man
kind in the ways of peace anil fiee
world froaa the hagrors of
war Harry Truman
Tinman Peace Center was
established at th Hebrew timer
it) in Jerusalem under the lead
ership oi Samuel Rothberg, who
The birthday dinner in his
onor was the second time in
16 years that the noted Israeli
leader had participated in the
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own hme.
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An I rgent Message From
Burnett Roth Mark Rubin
Paul Seiderman Henry Wolff
William E. Pallot William Alper
Charles Goldstein
George Talianoff
Arthur D. Horwitz
TO YOU
We are Always Asked, When we Discuss
Our Mutual Interests and Problems.
What Can I Do to Meet a Critical
Situation ? ?
We are Answering Your Question in a
Matter Thai Effects You. and Our
Future.
For Ihe First Time, Vs Communih
Leaders. We Join Together to I'rge you
to Exercise Your Kijjht lo Note Next
Tuesday, and il is Especial.} Important
That Y ou \ ole For
ROBERT G. DuVAL,
A CANDIDATE FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE
Group 100 Lever 3A
Have Confidence That we do not Make
This Request Lightly.
\\ e Feel That His Election is Important
and in Your Interest.
Please Vote For Him,
Vnd Get \ our Family and Friends to
Note This Tuesday. IT IS IMPORTANT!!
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Mew/sfl fhriUifi
Page II-A
High-Rise Division Moves
To Meet CJAppeal Needs
Campaign activity in the hiRh
rites i> definitely on the wa> up
tins week) reports Daniel Neal
Heller, Combined Jewish Appeal
chairman of the Residence and
High Rise Division
Heller said that the CIA chair
men and committees in those high
rise buildings which have already
eld their campaign kick off break-
last meetings are busy conducting
.\ follow-up solicitation campaign
for those residents who have not
.is yet made their plcducs to the
:67 Combined Jewish Appeal
"W* stilt have a long way to
go Mid Heller. "There are ap-
proximately 10 to IS apartment
buildings which have not, at yet,
had their initial CJA gathering
for the residents."
ii ce these meetings have been
held, and the apartment dwellers
.'iaxe beard Ihe t JA tor> and are
aware ol (JA need-, then the
- starl pouring in and the
pan:n is under w;i\
Miller said that six more high
isi reccntlj completed recrui
members to serve on then- c'JA
committees and have aln ad) made
plans for their building's ( JA
Breakfast ,
civic leader, Kssen will inform the
Bay Terrace residents of what
needs arc served and what hene
ficiary agencies are suppoili'd
when a pledge i- made to 'he Com
hined Jewish Appeal.
Bay Terrace CJA committee
members arc Jack Applebaum, Mr.
and Mrs llyman AronowitZ, Mario
(olins. Joseph Deiltsch, Kd\vard 1
Kllman. Joseph H Evelev. Mr and
Mis Louis Gelb, Samuel Goldstc n.
Morton Mem hi r Louis SchUCh-
man, Victor Slone and Samuel Sol
nmim
.
Terrace Towers
Chairman of the Terrace Towers
lor the Combined Jewish Appeal
is William Agranove, who serves
on 'a- boai d ol i rnors of the
< ireatcr Miami J h I wlei at ion
Agranove has > cd .> Ter
Tbwera i JA breakfast for
Sunday morning. Mar 19. at 10
a in The nthering will be
m the high-riw reatauranti 20
Island Ave
Working with Agranove as mem
ben ol the Terrace Towers CJA
committee are Richard A It,.,
man. Henry Gasner. Irving Clad
stone Ben Grunstein. Samuel Hi
Moms Kirsehinan. Isadore
Levins, Dr. George 1. Hand. David
Roazcn and Benjamin Roman
Forte Towers
Forte Towers North. Porte Tow
its Center, and Forte Towers
South, will also hold their CJA
breakfast on Sunday. Mar 19. The
K a in. meiting for residents will
be held m the 1100 Restaurant
cja co-chairmen for the apart
ment buildings are Nat I. New
man, Bernard H Liberman and Sol
Silver.
Committee members include
Morris Baron. Harrj Bernstein, Dr
Max Cooper, Samuel Cold. Joscpfi
i Goodman Jacob Hauaer. Charles
Molt/. Irving Miller, .1 i; Mondres,
i on is Nathison, Samuel oxeniv
Jos. pli I) Riehter, Jack Sal/man.
Morris Schaeffer, Abraham Schlos
I i.t. id Tayloi. Arthur Tuppcr,
re Washerman and William
VVaxman
Mimosa Gathering
Mr and Mrs \ J Molaskj host
ed a cocktail party in their home
ior their neighbors In the Mimosa
Apts on Wednesday at 4 ;iu pm
The gathering was on behalf of
the Combined Jewish Appeal.
Joining Mimosa residents were
Ben Essen, associate chairman of
the Residence and Migh-Risc Divi-
sion, who talked to the Molasky's
Serving on the Mimosa-t JA com
mlttee are David Canter. Meyer
Kronenberg, Abe Kutash, Harry
Pearlman, Nathan Rubin. I. Wally
Sisal, Max J. Spann, and Nat H.
Wolkind
Beach Hi Students
Win State Contest
Top honors in the State Ell -
Youth Leadership contest hav
gone to Eli Morris Mi/rahi. fh>~
place, and Toby Harris Cavell. BC
ond. both students at Miami Beat
High
Judge Eugene J Weiss is .
altcd ruler of the Miami Beat
Elks
Bay Terrace
This Sundav morning will sec a
CJA breakfast for residents of the
l>a\ Terrace Apts
Co-chairmen, David Enuner and
Edward Scbuchman, have an-
nounced that the guest speaker for
the CJA conclave will be the as-
sociate chairman of the Residence
and High Rise Division, Ben Essen
\ prominent local attorney and
New Officers Installed Wed.
Harry H Cohen Post ami Aux
iliarv ol Surfside-Ba> Harbor in
cd new officers on Wednesday
ing at the Surfside Community
Center
Li 6.
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ATTENTION!
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"FURNITURE"-"APF*UANCES"
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DISTRICT 107
VOTE FOR...
SSEN
George Schwartz, C.P.A.
Is Pleased To Announce
That He Has Opened His Office
in the Lowry Building
4012 Estanzia Avenue, Coral Gables. Florida
TELEPHONE 448-6576
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State Representative
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AGUDATH ACHIM. The Martinique
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AOuOATH ISRAEL 7SC1 Canyie Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Evar

AHAVAT SHALOM CONC.REGA
TION MS SW 67th Ave. Orthodox.
Cantor Morns Barr.
CANDIEUGHTING TIME
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The Wl* Men ol Chelm are True
hi i Sal da) h "" m B<'
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. n r-.irfh 4 p in uiaatwa ral
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KNfSKTH ISRAEL 14*9 Euclid eV#v
Orthodox Rabbi David Lehrfisld
Cantor Ah'ih.m' Seif.
-iiiin.iui- Youth Satuirlio a m
Sermon; "Tempi*- Talk."
TEMPLE TIFER6TH JACOB. 91 E
4th Ave.. Hlaleah. Conservative.
Rabbi Maurice Klein.
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TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora Avi
Conservative Rabbi Maxwell ier
tr. CjMor 8*n ,c,-,n-^,'2 ...
Kriilar -*J" |..m Kermon "H mfi \\
l.\\e Tmu Liven?" Saturday li:4S a in
Sermon: fnrtton -f llie Wee* '
Mis Konalil K. i
SOOD Miller
ANSHE EMES 2531 SW :9th Ave.
Conservative Fmjiii K uh'w,ti-
president. Cantor Sol Pakowitz.
IETH OAVIO 2-2- Sw 3rc> Ave Con
servafve Rabbi Sol Landau Ca-itor
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Sermoi \ i*s
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ETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Ortho
dox. Rabbi Berei Wein

ETH JACOB 10' Wihinoton Ave
Orthodox Rahbi Smi-vihn T
Swirsky Cantor Maurice Ma-riches
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ETH KODESH. 1*01 SW lltn v
Modem T'irt.t o-j' Bsri-i Mn
Shapiro Cantor Bi,|",|ii B" *''
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Why Pay Income TWsre**" Bat
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honor ..f lac* SI m Satrrdai '
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ETH MOSME CONGREGATION ,
'16V W. Dixie Hot Conservative |
Rabbi David Rosenfeld. Cantor Sey-
mour Minkes.
F Ida (r 8:1 Mush month set-- ,
\ i' opli thai P ium, i <\- -
A lYople that I-I\. -. Plngl
h. .i will hlal th. One* Khahhal Sal
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BETH SOLOMON SO NW 5Ut PI.;
Conservative. Rabbi Aaron Feier.
Kr ilay unit v I a EkSFntotl Is-
.i |:|! p.m >. nmon:
'oraJi'a Bt arena I Truth Qnaa sh>-
i aasated t,\ Mrs Hormlaa Rosen-
L.-i: in h-.tmi of h-j i Iren;
Mrs !'-.'.. In n r of he*
toeenberg'a
""ili l>| ih-'aj h> M- H> iVvi
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Week." Mind
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IETH TFILAH ?3S Eurhd Ave. Or-
thodox Rabbi Joseoh E. Rackovsky
IETH TORAH 164|h St ne> NE "th
Ave Conservative Rabb. Max Lip
scrota Cantor Jacob Renrer
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OS- MIAMI 1J4J Wash n0ton Ave
Orthodox Rabbi Dov Rozencweig
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Klement.
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Rabbi Philip Chaiton. Cantor Theo-
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12 E. Hailandale Beach Blvd. Rev
Paul Deutsch
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Johnson St. Conservative Rabbi
David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah
Meilbraim
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SYNAGOGUE. 1S32 Washington Ave
Orthodox Rabbi Tibor H. Stern
Cantor Meyer Engel
KNESETH BETH TORAH 115 Ocean
Dr Rabbi Meyer Liebcrman.
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Bird Rd. Modern traditional. Ma<
W. Temchm. president. Cantor Louis
Cohen
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Gardens Rd. Rabbi Milton Schlmsky.
Cantor Maurice Neu
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Kyrr.
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Rabbi Samuel Jaffa
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Saul H. Breeh.
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Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Er
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TEMPLE BETH 8NOLOM 4144 Chaae
Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kroman
Cantor David Convisar.
Krlda> p.m Sermon What
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TEMPLE ISRAEL OF GREATER MI-
AMI. 137 NE 19th St. Reform. Rabb
Joseph R. Narot.
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3500 SW 6th Way. Conservative.
Rabbi Irwin Cutler.
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Reform. Rabbi Morris Kipper.
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Conservative Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitx. Cantor Nico Feldman.
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TEMPLE NER TAMID. aXrth St and
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
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tor Edward Klein.
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755 SW 16th St.. Miami Rabbi
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Reform Rabbi Ralph Kingsley
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seevative. Rabbi Alfrod Wasman.
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AMI. 0 NE '71st ST 3-?noec
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YOUNG ISRAEL OS MIAM BEACH
1542-44 Washington Ave. fliobi Nat.
tali Porush
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
Moral End Must Help
Prove Moral Means
By RABBI DAVID LEHRFIELD
Kneseth Israel Congregation
In thi> week's portion, our Torah
onct- ayain describei for "- tl"'
construction of the first lynagOfUC
used by out
Jewish people,
the Tabernacle
in the desert It
1- intercating to
note that in the
I construction of
our Tabernacle,
our Torah time
and time again
repeats the ad-
monition of ob
' serving the Sab-
bath
Our rabbis take note of this and
wonder aloud why our Torah in
this section of the Mishkan reminds
us so much of the Sabbath. The
answer they give is a most inter
1 esring and important one.
We all know that the Mishkan
was to be that point of communica
tion between God and man. The
Mishkan was to be the center of
holiness in the world We would
therefore think that to build this
ebb, LtkrUtH
Mishkan. n> :r nf ihoul .<
our was VYi Mould woi la)
night with r< rt rn \,. ,.
until this holy structure oul
finished
We would think tha:
Sabbath should be set ^- i.
work should be done or the Sal
bath to build the Mishkan i
Torah tells us. however,
so a mitzvah arhoae .><
ments can he reali/eil or v thi
a t ti 1- no n..tn ah Thai 11
our Torah continuously I
of the Sabbath in this atcti m d.
ing with the Mishkan Th is thi
answer given bv our ral>
1 believe that this is a .
many of us have not lea ':i'd \\i
oftimes set for ourselves
, goals and ulrals. and altimes
don't care if as we strive Mr tht.
goals we discard mitn ihs a: .1
hallowed traditions of >'ir peop'.i
Our Torah b\ ll mean< expects ; -
to do good only if the end resi
is achieved in a manie- allowed
by (iod
This principal applies i
sped of i rivati and conn
life
#\. al?vinict.il JtlevistOH /*
rocyritMi--
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Mar. 12 th 10, ll am. Jewish Worsl Hour'
Rabbi rVlexandei Gross, Hebrew Acadi
Mar. 12 < h 7 10 < IB Still Small \
ll "t Rabbi Solomon Schiff, Heth El < gregatun
Guesl Dr Max A Upschitz, B< l
tion
Topic The Pui i oaei and f uni lioi Gn
Miami Rabbinical Associatio
Mr. 14 ( h 2 9 30 p m Man to ':.
Topic Issues 67
Moderator Ret uther t Pierce
Participants ir Max A Upschitz, Beth T
Congregation; K-\ Albert H Scl ll G
Lutheran Church, ft Donald Coi oil) H
Family Catholic Church
SYNOPSIS OF THE TORAH PORTION PEKUD6
The cloud covers the completed tabernacU .- :ht 1- i
stand in the distance
"Then the cloud covered the tent of meetini and tl
of the I-ord filled the tabernacle (Exod -Ki M
PEKUDE The an tha account! of tin Tabernai
the Ialiernaele of the testimony. U they wen renck red Bi
to the commandment of Moses, through the mi\k ol thi
by the hand of Ithamar. the son of Aaron th< priest
38 21i
All the gold that uas used for the work WW twei
nine talents, and seven hundred and thirty shekels, I
shekel of the sanctuary And the lilvei of then that wei
bered Of the congregation was a hundred talents, and a tl
even hundred and three Mine and fifteen shekels" (E>
2425).
And of the blue, and of purple, and scarlet, th<
plaited garments, for ministering in the hols pi* i Bxod
With the conclusion of the Tal>< rnui It Mosea We
children of Israel
tin the first day of the fir^t month in tin leCO id v.
tha di-parture of ihe children of Israel from Egyi t '" Tab
was set up A cloud covered it and the glorj ct God i
Tabernacle When the cloud rose, the children ol I-rael COI
on their journey through the desert toward th I'ii'iiii-
This recounting of tha Weekly Portion of tha Law is ex-
tracted and based upon "Tha Graphic History ol the Jewish
Heritaae" edited by P. Wollman-Tsamir, $15 Publisher if
Shenqold, and the volume is available at 27 William S New
York S, N.Y. President of the society dlstributinj tho yolums
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Friday. March 10.1967
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Memorial Tribute
To Isaac Hamlin
On Miami Beach
A memorial tribute to the late
Isaac Hamlin, founder and first na-
tional MCrtUry of the Israel His-
tadrut campaign, will be held Sun-
day. Mar. 19, 7.30 p.m.. at the
Diljdo Hotel.
The tribute will be under the
luspicei of the Greater Miami His-
tadrnt Committee Council for
Medical Services and Vocational
i raining in Israel.
Mr Hamlin died in Tel Aviv on
Feb. 16 at the tge Of 75 after a
ialf-centurj of service in the cause
iboi Ziomsm.
Mr. Hamlin wis identified with
the His'adrut campaign as its
chairman for the past 32 years.
He recently spent several months
in the US. as a guest at a num-
ber of birthday parties in his
honor.
Di*t (he :..- :, of his
5 direel i| the l ai
:- I tourist and
t b) Hista
t in ; :-\ \mv
In his m mory. the Histadrut has
' Hamlin
Fund : .: the Mi
Beach nx tribute will
the l ai band Laboi Zionist Or-
IP men
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Joseph Cohen, president of the
Jewish National Fund of Greater
Miami, revealed Wednesday that
preparations for the JNF Purim
Seudah on Mar. 26 are proceeding
full speed ahead." and that from
all indications, 'the event promises
to he a most outstanding social oc-
casion "
Cohen said that the Dr Irving
Lehrman Cultural (enter will be
launched ;it the Mar 26 Seudah
"Dr. Lehrman has been instru-
mental in helping to implement
the idea of Me Ami, and as
chairman of the Foundation for
the Jewish National Fund of
Greater Miami, has worked tire-
lessly to have Me Ami become
a reality," Cohen declared.
Dr Lehrman
Mi \ ii his
lership, the Jewish National
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and : i cogni

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utive directoi Jewish Na
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id pay tribute to Dr Lehrman rn
tins .i(l .i- on, an l Bina Landau,
noted l> ric sopi ano, w ill b
artist
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veJopment program in the next
year in Me Ann. Israel, and with
a combined effort in a five year
effort to raise S5 million for Me
Ami In the next five years," ac-
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Oscar Mamber is chairman of
the I>r Irving I.ehrman Cultural
Center for (ireater Miami and the
committee of workers are:
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitx, Mr.
and Mrs. Max AHachiner, Ben-
jamin Appel, Morris Benck,
Mrs. Eva Blum, Mrs. Ida Book-
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Davis, Mrs. Sally Dermtr, Harry
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Friday. March 10. 1967

Off the Record:
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
Survival for W hat?
Is Not the Question
JEWISH SURVIVAL in Ann-: I ..
is nol a new the roe It has been
with us evei since lhal historic da)
i u hat more in in 300 years a i
when Ihe first "minyan ol Jev
stepped "'i American soil, and will
most probablj n main .' ringing
then i- Jewi-h
life i!" if late it has be
fashionable even in circles with a positive
approach i<> Jewish values to prophec) extii I
for Jewish lift.- in America This i- .i disturbing
development, for it is a malad) tliut could well
large segments ol munitj with fatal
results
It true thai the soothsayers ol gloom
motivated bj deep concern foi Jewish survival, *;*t
then >li can onl) serve I erate the
verj end the;
There ii no gainsaying the fact that Jewish lift-
in Ante ica i- showing hazardous signs ol deteriora-
tion. Not even the wise men of Chelm would pro-
nounce the patient well Our cultural pattern is lack
ing in the creativitj on which it must sustain itself;
our I"" Its, sacred and quasi sacred are yellowing
on the shelves ol oblivion; our parchments are
yearning for scribes and our sanctums Cor listeners;
our children are paled by climate and our rostrums
silenced by indifference.
In discussions of Jewish survival, the moat
common question heard la survival for what? Verj
franklv. this baa always seemed to me an irking ques-
tion. The idea of setting up a value in advance a* a
sort of magnet for survival-striving appears macabre.
We strike to survive, and in the process c create
values. One doesn't stop living just because values
of a lifetime must be re-minted or because one can
not envisage the new coin There is a neurotici-m in
I hi -u vival for what' theme that has no place in
rational thinking If you and I and all of us were
on harping stead il) on the survi< what
theme, it would not take fore we ended up
physical and mental wrecks
By:
MAX LERNER
New Age for India
THERE ARE TIMES h -
toi w h< *' no c
ills unless
i
com| nc> It is nol
! Iron d'an
. cctiot ill-
oil The loss ol t umbel ol

binal .
party and of si
all this marks
end oi a phase ll.
thinks of John Drydi ver>
( ilereni European context I well the old \ i
\nd time to begin Ves but do those who .
lunrt in India's future, especial!) the intellectual i
ho I i in theme i the whole p ilil
do the) understand the force ol Dryden's
l Do the) know that Ihe old aue has ended and
i now reall) to build a n<
tlectual and powi
The election outcome IS a )0 I Bl to
needed it There are I i man) must) myths -till
isting m America about India Foi ng the myth
it :- .i nation, whereas all the evidence -how-
il is a loose jangling subcontinent w I le it achieved na
al independence 80 yi i it has nol yet achii
"tihood in the -ens,. ni a common coi
some sens, ii| ullltv
The other myth is that all tin
H pond upon India's success .1- a d< 1
that ii .1 mu type oi leaders!) p emei jes in India it
' ills the bell for Asia. 1 icpect thai 1 id part ol Ihe
handwringing over the defeat oi Ramaraj and his 1
part) democracy,' and ovei Prime Ministei Gandhi's loss
and power, is based on thu premise I can onl)
it ain't necessaril) -
There may well h, w. India's future switch from the
dismally unsuccessful central plant
pattern" of the Indian e. mom) to what (' K RajagOj
charl had in mind with ins pleas for fleer < that
would attract more investment and be more productive
but it does 11 follow that this would he a betrayal of Asia -
democratic future It mav turn out that someone like II
Minister ( havan. who is neither a saint polltlcan like
<;andhi nor a socialist intellectual like Nehru, could bring
;i strong leadership hand to bear on India's crisis He
migM be strong enough to serve as a symbol for the vil
and city masses, and astute enough to hold the lovaltv of
most of India's youth If that happened it would uot In-
treat from democracy, hut perhaps the beginnings ol
a more effective regime that would Strengthen demo,:
I>\ its enei
Capitol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN
We Subsidize Student Propaganda
Washington
CONGRESS WANTS to know wh)
the Executive Department sub-
sidizes \1.1h student' propagan-
dists when i: yptian President
Vi- er has served notice thai his
COUnt r) would not pa) debts to
the I nited states |tl recent anti-
ech in Cairo, Nasser
emned alleged "pressure" by the United Slates
He made rt char that $150 million in debts would
not be paid
'l In- assertion came al a tune when the State
tment sa d il .1- studying n< appli< I
' ) Eg) pt
Nasser's remarks also coincided with Ihe di~
closure in Washington that the Central Intelli
cy acting undei the direction and authoi I
the Whit.' House and the National Secuntv 1 0
had financed Ihe so-called "Americai F ends ol Ihe
I hi 1 1 lend- weie fricndlv onl) t '
the Arabs The) conducted the most potent and bit
lei anti-Israel front In the United states
while the State Departmenl piousl) denied it
CIA funds i"i several years were channeled to II
AFME treasur) through various conduits Most ol
this moiu'v w.is used to finance ARME's Bid t'1 x
students who attend over loo Amei.. ai colleges
and universities The AFME student pro :ram is er.
dorsed by the Arab League and used for .1 <
rated propaganda campaign on the campuses 1
American colleges from coast to coast
Although the Arab students are subsidized b)
American taxpayers, their main drive is not dii.
at Communism but at Zionism Many support the
Viet Cong and condemn the American role in Vie!
Nam Their favorite and most frequent reference to
( ommunism is threat that unless the United States
-lops aiding Israel, the Arabs will go Communist
Exploiting the right oi free speech, Arab stu
dents have frequent!) voiced anti-Jewish prejudice
\ tew weie identified among sponsors of campus
tations to Ihe neo Nazi speaker George Rockwell
The ich students b) hoping, through exposure
to American democracy, to win them awa)
ctremist and pnM ommunist tendencies ol the
Vrab world Perhaps it was viewed as good foi
in the long run That would coincide with
the thinking of Ihe Stall Department's Neai Eastern
en ision
In an) event hundreds of loud-mouthed bigots
were imported at the expense ol the America'
people without the public- BJIOWledgl Ol CO
sent Some of th-- -students are trained propagan
dists in then 30's and 40's rather than naive youths
.....kin;; knowledge and tiuth
As We Were Soy ing: By ROBERT E. SEGAL
Gov. Reagan Covets First Rate Mind
CALIFORNIA'S GOV. Ronald Reagan.
** mentioned frequentl) as a Presi-
dential possibility in !!*> or \\>~2 is
titled in "Who's Who" not onl) si
a movie actor but also as a trainer of
hunters and jumpers
These would be thoroughbred horses
1 1 coui 1 these hunters and jumpers
the alien:low ol what is now
happening to the L'niversit) ol California as Ihe result
ol ihe vote b) Regent Rej I is fellow regi
to s.,. v, President Clark Kerr, there are othei hunt
m training Jumpers, too Hunters for the jugular in the
politicians and scholars lumpers
tations ol student unrest, insensitivi
auscs ol this disqoii I
Back in Ma) I960 when hi was running foi
1 Mr Ri legislature
hold public hi on w hat he ol
sexual misbehavior al B<
opposition ii"! onl) I
, .1 filtl
ent
It 1- 1 to trim 1
lioci it) at
nt in rate m nds and i
ol the univi od< rn tin
His end free tuitioi
Ii ly w rh which he at first tried I
imp ession thai 1 ent. had 1 ot joii
to fire P ilifornia I
ibilit) (Jap included His suggei l to havi
, |nti
- in to investigate problen
is Ihe kind of proposal that ha< endeared Oov Rea
to the John Hnch wing ol American life
Even in the course of digging a crave for the ui
versify, he seems to have been blithely unaware ol so
of the dollars and cents considerations Under Clark Ken -
. iii stewardship, Ihe university had not onl) assembled
a brilliant faculty, including 12 Nobel laureates, and had
not only expanded on to eight campuses with five 1 1
on the planning board, hut also had attracted an estin it)
1400.000.000 in government research grants B) 1
coincidence this is approximatel) the amount of In
budget deficit G01 Reagan now faces in California
Instead of being ruffled over vagabondism and beatnik
nks at the universit) the Governor of the ai itati
ol California should stop and take a long, hard look al I
causes "t -indent dissatisfaction This is a discoi
irishing m tin- uncertainties ot America's years
I rtre State and watchdog lor the world Militarj
faces thousands *' young men. the undecla
war m Viet Nam is a murk) conflict they did not CT< '
in which Mi> v ma) die the stand 1 1
.. 1 v oftei ous of '
but h f:' ri! he 1 ow n ho 1 n
ed at the ut
11 bed 11 '
rh calculal

cynical
Ken himself, ith shai p
lib mma thus
1 eel the new mission ot n
the icu e students
1 lai i> unnoticed except for another devi
Student styles changed Vpath) turned
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Opp
enheimer \\ anted Big Israel
THE LEGEND MAKERS ol tlMj
' 1'almud didn t wait foi th' '>
astronauts l he) spoke oi sevei ?
: .-lit layers Of Heaven all' '
seven different worlds like out I
1 Much ol their descriptiOl
resembles Ihe science fiction <
our dav The physicists ol
have certainly revealed a nev|
world in the atom and ill the foiellolit ol this re
i. was ptol .1 Robert Oppenheimer
Oppenheimer was a greal friend of the Wd/
mann Institute Not so long back, attending a session
ol the board ol governors of that institution, he wa<
approached b) an American .lev*, who had sosm
Mons to the institution His complaint was, u-
they SB) in Yiddish, die kalleh 1/ /11 shein iThe
bride is too prettv
The Wci/mann Institute, he conceded, was won
derful. a greal staff doing fine work but that wa>
just the point "Don t you think. Or Oppenhoimtr,
it s too ^imkI After all." he said. Israel is a little
country
"Hm," said I)r Oppenheimer. yes. Israel should
be larger Ihe man was taken aback Oppenheimer
had delivered a kind of Judo thrust hitting him
back with the man's own force Judo of course is
nol to be contused with Judaism, although 1
;]> where someone entered book ston
Ranted a l>ook on Judaism Later he explained hi
wanted a Itook that teaches you 'hoe to throi
people about" whten of course is nol Judaism
Bui I think in this matter ol the dlmensioi -
the Weizmann institute. Dr Oppenheim was
Jewish Just now there is tome hubbub
an official in New JertC) charging that .lews ,,
liberal in s|>endin! foi education He is right The
lew doexn t think you ever spend too much on edu
cation on Torah For Torah man was ereated
How can you spend too much on Torah'.' Thomas
Jefferson prnt the last vears of his life helping erect
the t'niversity of Virginia. He said that if anvon-
thou tint democracy could get along without odUi
tion. he was nursing delusion.
I remember being at Hehovot where the W.
mann Institute i.s located before it became what it
is today There was there then the more or less
humble Sief building where Dr. Weizmann m be
tween hn Zionist labors did some experimentm-.
hoping to increase the world's food supply -'
thetically and so on.


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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ILEVENTM JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIC ACTION No 67 2479
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
HSON H .-T"l."i:i.|.X
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Mi.ai.i. Florida,
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 67- 2545
NOTICE OF SUIT
MTIZENH rei'KII M. s.wivus
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and for otb. r relief. hii.I yo i arr r.--
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Complaint with th.- Clerk i i ih.
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ii:i. ski'I.ku. i.mi Riaieah [irlve,
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:-Hi day of March, is>i7. In default
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i M'uty Clark
I'XNIKI. SI.IM.KR
Attorney for l'lnlnliff
*'" 11,..I. aii Drive.
Hlalaah, Kion.ia
I'M..no TI'h.iiI.i T :;;,ii
1!> MAX M HAQBN
Of Cuuni. I
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BY HENRY LEONARD
"Ah doctor, if you could only inject some
Yiddishkeit into him that wayl"
Cw. \947. DyRu fiWwtil*"*
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LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 73817
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No. 73874
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Miami, Plorlda,
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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. 67. 2727
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"Jewish Floridian
Miami, Florida. March 10. 1967
5
i ORT
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ing support lo the intensive membership campaign
crunched by Women's American ORT are the Mall Tram* with
fjoin Women's American ORT" license plates. Gettina ready
lo ride a tram are reqion officers (left to right) Mrs. George
Lir.den, cpecial projects vice president; at the wheel. Mrs.
Florence Kupperman. immediate past president; (seated right)
viqatoi." Mrs. Philip Stark, membership vice president;
tfrs Svd Hoff bulletin chairman.- and peeping throuqh the
fear, Mrs. Theodore Zalles. education vice president.
ORT Day Noted
By Florida Groups
: merit of thousands of new
migrant youtha in two complet
t ii ORT Apprenticeship
Fi li n spurred ORT Da) 1987
unches, luncbeona, teas and eoi
- by the 21 chapters of the
i itheaatara Florida Region of
(Omen's American oRT. The func
Lna will be the high point in a
b i of activities marking the an
iai observance from coast to
ISl of ORT Day 1SHT7 by the
LOO0 members in 550 chapters ol
omen'l American ORT across the
lited States Region president is
Irs Harold Schneider
officers of the Southeastern
lorida Region who are playing an
etive part in ORT Day are Mrs
nlip Stark, membership vice
resident. Mrs Richard (Ireen
lum. north area coordinator. Mrs
yd Hoff. bulletin chairman, Mrs
nee Kupperman. public rela-
tions director, Mrs Theodore Zal-
les, education vice preaident
Atlantic Shores Chapter held
t hei i "member brim; a-member"
coffee ;it the home of Mrs Sc>
niDiii Rubin, 1031 North Shore Dr.,
on Tuesdaj, 11 SO m. Knits In
ternationale presented a fashion
-ho and Mrs Phihp Stark was
guest speaker Mrs ii> Rotten-
berg is president, and Mrs Irwine
Kimmel is membership vice preai
.lent

Bay Chapter held a lunch
eon Wednesday noon, at the home
of Mrs 1-ouis Baron. 1825 Bay Dr
A home fashion part) as pre
tented bjf the Fashion Wagon of
Duluth. Minn and members of the
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Cardinal
Moved At
Big Rally
A jammed Miami Beach Audi
torium Sunday night beheld a
touched and emotion ridden Fran-
cis Cardinal Spellman, of New
York accept a Medal of Merit from
the Jewiah War Veterans of the
U.S.A. for his years of service in
behalf Of American men and
women m the Armed Forces
overcome by emotion, Cardinal
Spellman called the event "one of
the proudest moments of my life."
Said Cardinal Spellman: I am
unable to tell you how grateful I
am for the honor you've given me
. 1 can not go on."
The huge crowd, which gath-
ered at a JWV rally for victory
in Viet Nam, gave the Catholic
Continued on Page 12-B
'66 Outstanding
Citizens Due For
Citations Mar. 16
Former JWV National Commander Daniel Neal Heller (right]
presents an award to Francis Cardinal Spellman (center) at a
capacity rally in Miami Beach Auditorium on Sunday niqht as
Florida Department Commander Irving M. Cooperman deft
looks on.
hand-screened shifts
to brighten your sun-days.'
Sleeveless, back-zipped beauties, as much a part
of our sunshine scene as palm trees! Here m
textured Arnel triacetate, hand-screened in
exclusive prints, scalloped collar style in lime
avender paisley, and |ewel-neck m
iime/turquoise blue. 8 to 16 S35
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DOWNIOWN VUAMI ,t all 6 Bind ne % jlorei
it -.ii ding Mi i ul
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nil be honored at special lunch
Dn'es on I hui
: ie .i- the Dupont Plaza Hotel.
d m Sweii!1 i, chairman i
secretar> o the Dade
. Outstanding Citizens
ds announced this week
the annual coveted award is
riven to the man and woman who
lone most for Dad* County
.i consequence of then pro
or their political dut i
but motivated entire!) by civic
and humanitarian reasons
Sponaof of the annual award is
Sholem Lodge of B'nai B'rith Jo
eph M Upton, president ol Dad"
i al 5a ngs and Loan Associ
at ion, is patron
\n outstanding gueat speakei
will be at the presentation Otre
declared Swcnllin on
v. ednesday.
There will be a small coffee re
Ception before the luncheon at
. i, deral at 11 18 .1 no to meet
the speaker and Mr Upton Invited
alumni of the Outstanding CM
. el I Award.
Men nominated for this year's
i.ward include:
CARMEN NAPPO "foi III. civiiik
1 1 hit- lima '.. h ad the run i
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HARRY LEVY f.n hrlplltl lo
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GOLDMAN
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FRANK P PELLICORO
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MAURICE WEINMAN f..| hid
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Friday March 10
SPECIAL CARDIAC FACILITIES
Mount Sinai Gets Government Gran!
To Study Use of Drugs in Heart Disea
It was Emanuel Mentz for president again at S. Goldbera. vice president; Emanuel Mentz.
the installation of Morton Towers 1500 Men's president. Abe Solosko, vice president, and
Club held recently at the Deauville. Left to Irving Silver, vice president,
nght are Peter Paul, vice president; Samuel
Dade's Outstanding Man,
Woman for 966 to be Cited
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Board of directors of Amer-
ican Savings and Loan Asso-
ciation of Miami Beach has
elected Philip Bernstein a&-
assistant treasurer. A native
of New York City. Bernstein
attended New York Univer-
sity and received his BBA
degree from the University of
Miami in 1956. He has been
with American Savings and
Loan since 1958. and was
formerly an examiner for the
Federal Home Loan Bank of
Greensboro.
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MRS OEOROE >. LECHNER
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Prejudice is Panel Subject
Called Know Your Neighbor." a
panel of five Dade County women
will ducuv. their personal expert
ences with racial and relijyou*
prejudice in a program at Temple
Judea on Wednesday at 8 p.m
I'm: ml from Imp
al Heart Institute of the
f Health. Kdutaliu .
Hospital
"". out on a quest of cntiial
rn to miUiOTU of Americans
afflicted with heart disease The
goal to find out whether d
will protect against repeated heart
attacks and thus prolong life
The project, with Dr William
Bernstein as principal investigator,
is one of 50 such Indies bein^
made simultaneously m telecU
hospitals throughout the I'mted
States The Veterans Administra-
tion Hospital in Coral Gables was
also cho.sen as a base for this study
with Dr Charles Silverblatt as its
principal investigator her.
According to information from
tha Government's National Heart
Institute. fpur compounds r Be-
ing tested The program is sched-
uled to continue over a minimum
of the neat seven years. Heart
disease continues to rank as the
nation's top medical problem.
but scientists have already made
significant gains against many
types of heart disease. What is
desperately needed, say medical
m*n. is real proof that drug
treatment will actually halt the
ratw of progress of some of the
heart diseases and reduca the
risk of accompanying heart at-
tacks.
The full seven years will prob
ably be met before findings are
made public, but if any of the
drugs bemy tested prove outstand
ingly successful, their value mtfKhl
be detected sooner National In
stitute of Health planners will add
drugs to the trial after it is under
way if the scientific evidence roer
its it For now. experts say the
most promising compounds have
been included.
Working a:-1 (
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studies at th.
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Get real
"Swiss
ta'am!
LuncJieon en Af enf My Agenda
Sisterhood of Temple Zamora
will bold its monthly luncheon on
Wednesday noon in the social hall
Circle co-chairmen. Mrs Stanley
Silvern and Mrs Ann Goldberg.
are in charge of refreshments
Time for Tetley Tea


NOW!
\ SUNSWEET.
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PITTED PRUNES
PITTED PRUNES REAIft TO EAT
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No need to cook... great new no$h. ready to eat right from the
purple and orange package. Ideal for lunch boxes. Snip 'em into
cookies, cakes, salads. Mo pits, just fresh fruit tenderness
through and through Rich in
natural fruit...bite right tnl /atattktiaVds
CUTtflQ
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with SUNSWEET PRUNES!
Run down from cleaning up?
When you need a pick up, nothing brightens your life like Tetley Tea!
The secret is Tetley"s tiny tea leaf flavor plus bags that brew so
fast you get real potbrewed ta'am. Favored in Jewish homes
since 1875.
Real old
Haimische ta'am!
Tetley tastes better
because it never
tastes bitter.
K on the package means koshercertified kosher and parva.
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Look for
SVmiERLM>
on the
chunk or
package
often copied...
equalled, never!
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cheese imitations
other coun!' i
them have holes Ek'
Swiss know the Si t
genuine Swiss Chee
cafe smokey arc "
flavor, matchless r- tljre.
Produced m Switzer i >d a'd
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lation ceremonies cue front row (left to right1 Leo Rose
I ot the Home. Max Mendelson. president of Resi-
Council. Louis Jacobs. Abe Schulmon. Mis. Nadja
Mrs. Matilda Johnson. Mrs. Dora Sonis, Mrs. Sadie
Second row (standing cue Mrs Sophie Rainbow. Mis.
Back from Seminar
Samuel .1 Rab n. CLU. of
Alton Hi M Ha
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Ho I from
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and ; rii held by
Guard I 1
ci Auk 1 ( a

Anna Shwed. Neman Lifshilz. Mrs.
Iph Gutstein, Sol Goldberg. Mrs.
Heniietta Grossman,
lie Berliner, Mis.
Clare: Rattner. Mrs.
Saiah Cossik.
Lena Ratiner, Mrs. Sarah Banks, and
COUNCIL IS SUF-GOVERNING BODY
Vged Home Residents Install Officers
1
lion ceremon) took p
Do .1- Gardens Jewish Home
..;c c president of the Home,
I |i the newly-elected officers
i nberfl of the Residents
mnci
sklents' council 1- an
I ma, >fif got erning bod).
| residents have a responsi
and role in the operation
f IftSBMl of the Home As
*eful intrtbuting members of
|i 1 [X -las Gardena community,
mnci] members perform vital
1 the general welfare of
f\<- Home and to their fellow re-i
rough their committee
irk
irline Editor
Receives Award
orge W ashini ton Honoi
Ircen I Bgby, editor ol National
nrlrnei company newsi ipei il"'
.Nationtj Reporter.' for her I96ti
oriel "Tin Sound- and the
. ifying Everything "
\nt .ft of the awaid has
b e by the r*r< edoms Foun
on ., Vefiej F01 Re Kenneth I>
1 Milent of the foundation
rs Bagby's editorial in
1966 ISBUe Of the National
"an outsti ii' com
m helping to achieve >
lerstanding of the An
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Max Mendelson was reelected
and installed for his second term
as president Other installed ofti
cers were Harry Weissman, vice
president; Mrs Matilda Johnson.
secretary; Mrs Sarah Cossik, treas-
urer, and Norman l.ifshitz, honor-
ary treasurer
Eight committees and their chair-
men are Harry Weissman. syna
e committee; Adolph Gut-
-tern, welcoming committee; Abe
Schulman, library committee, Mrs
Nadja IVrchikoff. recreation com
mittee; Mrs. Clara Rattner. \isit-
ing committee; Mrs Dora Sonis,
serving committee. Louis Jacobs,
toui- committee and Mrs Sophie
Rainbow, sunshine lad)
Elected members "f the Council
were Mr- Minnie Berliner, Mr-
Mary Rifkind, Mrs Ida Cordon
Mi- Sarah Hank-. Mr- Lena Hat
iner Mrs Henrietta Grossman,
Mrs Sol Goldbei Mom- Weiner,
Mrs Anna Shwed, and Mr- Sadie merit was presented In Cantor Wil
Snoll liam W. Lipson, ot Beth David
Program of musical entertain Congregation.
Remember how good
bread used to taste?
August Bros.
still does!
AUGUST BROS. BAKERY
10777 N.W. 36th AVENUE, MIAMI, FLORIDA
To/enf Coll for Musicale
. toi and actressi -
.1 .1 ti\ 1 cheat sal
cal extras agama on Mon
Mar 13, in the Lou -
gj v> \! ditoiurn at Ml
tal. 1 he show, wi
li ted b> 1': Ixie I cvin, will
1 ed at the Maj installa
t n ( Mi Su .. Ho pital Auxil
held .it the Fontaine
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for HOLIDAY
and Everyday
Ha perfect Ml
for Koshering
II your meat and fowl
MOND
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And it's 97', caffeinfree.
So. drink it. enjoy*tt in good health.
It's lix>', realcoffee, loo
Oolj the ealTein has been removed.
And caffein adds no flavor to an) cup of coffee.
( DIMS instant and ground.
Another fine product ol' C icner.il Foods.
CERTIFIED KOSHER-PARVE
gathered for you
Miriam Field
{oo furkey, 10 c retc, 10 Greece 1
Israel, 10 I ngland, 10 ( ai
Mcxk'O and 10 practical!) cm-is s
ol the I nion (including Nebrusl
Colorado, Kansas, \ri/ona.l ennessce,
Texas anil Virginia) Manna ret pes
Ming their a> lo far-flung Manna
column readers, And from readers iar
.in,1 near (chaplains, social workers,
dieticians, caterer-, home economists
and homemakers)come Utters thai are
lively, hieraic wonderfull) warm and
appreciative, l or instance
"Did you ever hew ol a fan letter lor
recipe* '"enquires Mrs.FanHeimo* it
of South PhtmfieU, New Jersey, /.i
arresting rhetoric. "Well, this Is -<'
the remarkable tiling a that ft cornea
from a housewife married 30 veor*
"I shall always treasure voui recipes,"
u> \4rs. SaJte Schaeffei the Bronx
assures me. "I have tried most ,>: th<
the) on- wonderful, and the iVw I ever
tried, I feel I have a real friend In vim."
^ 0 sislet hoods, so* ietiev P l v groups,
masonic chapters, hospitals, hotels and
high schools, the makers of Planters
Oil send greetings, good wishes Bnd
cookbooks. Isn'i that public-spirited '
t iood recipes garnished w 1111 good will
- now thai"- a delicious recipe ht uni-
versal brotherhood (and sisterhood, of
course 1. We have received request!
oui Jewish recipes from the ladu.
.1 ( ongragational < hurch as well as
from Catholic institutions. So I must
sa) I wasn't overt) surpi ised to re
1 request foi m> hamentaschen icupo
from a c hinese restaui
1-1 year enthusiastic hoiiu-in.ikcr- t>v
the hmidriil wrote tor m\ IBfTial iusl-
llke-mama-niade-'eai hamentaschea
recipe (the lender golden yeasl-doiiah
version).' this year win 11 t ti*i tkat
recipe in the I'urim < hapter ol Festive
Manna. You'll abn tint! gala gourmet
delicacies such as Royal Ragout (a
i.Kuriu ol Henri l^ I, r'rulted 1 esthal
( hkken, Persian Peep; Seed I'm'- (a
favorite ol Schefceretade?) and Purim
Part) Puffs. I or >our free copj ol dus
57-recipe coHectama, rui- (caclosintt
a Planters til label or capliner) lo
I estive.Vlaana, P.t >. Bos i"'1. Mad.....i
Square Station, Nt York.N.^ 10010.
IVII I .''III, 111 l><
Purimscudah.arul ii le
g .in> time ol yeai. cor -
versatility ol ve > ^' ike
enticing \ith shimmei ing goUli

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:. !sp ground gi'iifcf '. tsj
I .ind cloves
1: tsp ground
t OHlbiSW Hour, s.ill snd (K|i|ki Dip il"'|>s
ill Hour miMiirt COMUMJ l>lli sides. Pool
Ptanten < >>i > 1 <' ix9x2-iaca bakimi pan.
VrraaRc chops in pan. It.iki- ai J7S 1. 1 "
15 iinniMis 111111 okopt and haki 15 miii-
iiu-mon MeatnvhUe, proper* the nuec
l>rain apricot*, rt-M-rnnn s\rup. t onihinc
walrr ilh apricol lyrup, oraMBC in.ino.i-
1.1.1, and spue-. ( tat, hrinvint; mixlnri- lo a lx.il Stir in
apricots. INiur our ,Ih|>n and bake I hour
Reeaove chops to arm servkuj planer.
t omhim- cornsiarih nh small SjaowM of
same from pan. \dd lo rest of tauct and
cook OVH nii-diinii heal, slirrini; COOItaM-
1%. one11 -.Hi,,- thickens. Pout ovcrehops
and sen*. Sco-n tttrw suinptuousl>
II Pimm is nearly here, can resaih
h,- fat behind The SongoJ Stmgi i
h.uik is currently "out <>t print" but
comes Passover, vou'll find row I estive
Manna Cookbook veri helpful
rocatuH < hopped Liver, Piquant I'
Chineasr /. Beets,
Red Sea Sawall these recipes, and
ntany more,areintht Passovei < '
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Celebration
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presadeot. aad Mn Eaaac-jel Pa'.
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Trunn is'e Chapter -a. ?
a games party oa S'inday en
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Miami Beach Community Singers
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Jocob Barkin. Tenor
Renowned Cantor
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Mr Ma irice Rocenthal and Mr-
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Southret Chapter had a "cof
fee" Tuesday 8 pr, at th- ho-
of Mr^ Dave Ka^lar. 1M I S V.
87th P". Th docmentan
Th- Mellab, j ihown and Mr-
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Spirit of Spring in Bloom Saturday
At NBal du "eJewiislli Floridian
/ 5=
rport Mts. Jc-> P??'r* (b>t), nn'icrn
rman of the Women's Division of Israel Bonds, presents
ers to Mrs. Ben-Gurion as she and her Prime Minister
band arrive to launch the 1967 campaign for Israel Bonds
o celebrate Mr. Ben-Gurion's 80th birthday.
J
bv SABEl GROVE
Felice and Gerald Schwartz en-
trtained at a cocktail reception
; nd supper party in honor of
Kuth and Robert I.urie in their
Kendall home recently The
uo husbands are organizing a
new PR firm on M'ami Beach
and St. I-ouis. so the Ltlries, who
.ill maintain thrr home in St.
is, have also Milled into an
tmcnt in Pay Harbor Is
lands
\mon_ gu< e licob
> .kins. Harry I Joseph
tetzes Ri I Mrs Leon
nith, ( riminal Court Judge
l Mis Pa ludjte S
Pfed, Mrs Rt
I G< / the B
ard Mandlei Di I Mrs Sh 1
!'. bk n ; ther 80
Its
The Geoi .: Schwarl aid's
nt- returned ;< Miami, have
: ,in apartment ::. thi Dadc
.,: i after Iwo yeai in Cali
,a (,.. i i .. CPA hi
ida foi i earl) 30 years, has
ii ., buaini iffice in Coral
Among women cited for their
contributions to Miami honored
last Saturday by the Greater Mi-
ami Chaper of Theta Sigma Phi.
national women's journalism
fraternity, wa- Mrs Ruth Green-
field, founder and director of
Fine Arts Conservatory, which
has provided instruction in art.
music, ballet and drama to chil-
dren regardless of race, color or
creed, for 15 years Herself
; gifted pianisl -he i- a member
of mu-ic faculty at Miami Hade
Junior College And Mr-
Tohia- E Levj now marking her
25:h vmr of voluntary service
fur American Red Cross
Todd Phillip Goldberg, born
Mai 9 .' Hi -t child I >i Eu|
.,! d i elia Goldl i i Also
fir-t grandchild for maternal
grandparents, Mr and Mrs Max
May* i> -.it/, longtime Miamians.
a- well a- I'' Mi and Mrs Hei
inn Go altimore, Md
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Such an enthusiastic Miami
Continued on Page 8 B
Printemps' I
For CJA
Til-.' -i'ii i) ii spi ing will i"
full bloom Saturdaj night when
the Youi Division ol
tin- Combined Jewish Appeal gath
H- for it- Hal du Printemps"
(Spring Balll a; Westview Country
Club
Hnll co-chairmen, Mrs Stanley
Gilbert and Mrs, Lynn Krinzmann,
praised the efforts of decorations
chairman, Mrs Seymour Alterman,
who has been busy all week creat-
ing no>c^ay bouquets as center-
pieces for each of the tables Mis
Murray Koret/ky is handling prizes
for the Spring Ball.
Special tribute at the ball will
be paid to the "Patronesses" of the
Special Gifts Division women
who have contributed a minimum
of $100 to the Young Women's Di-
vision of the Combined Jewish Ap-
peal.
Mrs. J. Allen Siegel. chairman of
the Special Gifts Division, said that
the number of Patronesses ha-, in
creased at a startling rate since
its recent inception Mrs. Siegel
attributed the rapid growth to an
awareness on the part of young
women in the community to the
benefits and accomplishments of
the Combined Jewish Appeal local
ly and abroad
Area chairmen for "Bal du 1'im
temps" are Mrs. Burton Levey,
Mr.- Mom- Levitt, Mrs Ira Roth-
field and Mrs Myron .1 Singer
"Bal du Printemps" is scheduled
tin P,"(i pm A cocktail hour at
-, 30 will precede the star! >!' the
dinner
., March 10 1967
r-aqe c ii
(9*gp# ^
In convenient foil-wrapped slices and
wedges. The way you want it, for sand-
wiches, snacks or when company comes.
Imported Irom Thoune, Switzerland,
by Gerber Cheese Co.. Inc., New York
Mrs. Irving Lehrman (left), president of the Federation of J-?
ish Women, and Mrs. Jean C. Lehman (center), campaiqn chr..-
man of the Combined Jewish Appeal Women's Division, ;: I
their organizational forces into a dynamic campaiqn struct, s
as a result of the aenerosity of Mrs. Jennie Grossinaer. v ;
welcomed over 75 members of the Federation of Jewish Wc -
en in her home for a "presidents coffee" this week.
Election on Auxiliary Agenda
We-t Miami Auxiliary 233. Jew- and election of officer- for 19-"
i-h War Veterans, held a regular Mrs Norman Burma, presi
meeting i ihe home c! program chairman. The group's annual donor
Mr- Marvin Hern 180 SW 21st ner was held Saturda> a:
si Gal< Celebrit) Club startii
On the agenda were a civil de ~ P-m Mr- Joseph \

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CERTIFIED KOSHER BV DR J H. RALBAG


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Friday. March 10 \<^
Miami Hadassah
Schedules Varied
March Programs
andPurim
Aviv* Group.
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Mil.
\pr 1. 8 p.m .

inters
I bank-
Chai Croop cakiast n
neduled t r Monda) ft 30
' \K 183rd
f t A
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Brain 'hairman. Mrs Hart in '/
i trill .. red
Albert lanMa Croup will |
Bt 12
Miami I
Guest speai icpfa I
if the
I ican Jew
topic w ill bi I-
K.-.' th<-
will include a film
Kadimah Group of Sk> Ijke will
meet Mar 13, 12 30 u m at
M l.akc Gardens Auditorium in
No Miami Beach Mn Morris
i iidenl annotiaoad plai -
.-al of Piuim
oi Hadaasah
with a musical kit composed and
i
Mrs Hern ..p I'f. ffer
Group has planned a
I youth acti<
< Mondi Htllel House
-n the I M > ram will
: Jewish
u i i
. "i ur ; '
Ir Donald Michelson, din
B'nth Hillel l >ui lati in, as
.m i-

Shalom Group
am will Mrs
wili oti' ii acts.
ihrouiih han<:
Mn Bet
Naomi Group
K'HA, 8500 SW H:h v
a musical ;
: b) members I ">
ludaea and the N
iresentation of Lagacj of 1-au-n
wish henl
if tumor
Mount Scopus Group will :
:nuil auction Monday a.
with Mi -
1 Mai'm Pullman a* auctioneer
will benefit the Onc<
Institute in Israel Also featured in
the piogram will
who will offer P
lassah in Vcti
on i/,. h National Fund
youth activil i
Tikvah Group will meet Thur-
evening. Max 16, at
tauranl in Coral Gables \ pro*
dedicated to the Festivals of Purim
and Passover is planned, with em-
phasis on the histor) tradil
observance of the holidays Tikvah
'" Basfineaa and Professi
Women's Group
Torah Group has da
luncheon on Mar 13 al Pyth-
ian Hall. 4601 U Fl
who piovirie a filled
"lamp bo. -., N
el P will f.. unm
d a Bible-oriented
book review : Morn> k.
Uao planned i a cocktail
pr 1 H 30 i m at the
Mrs Max to
honor men.h .ah
Chaim Weiimann Group meeting
on Mi
Rappaport whose topic was "Juda-
ism An Ideal I il Human
Sur\.
CWW Psydiorogisf fotrj
I" Dvid K
psych

the Traas i L
School oi T
L. May and her daughter Mrs. Marion May Linton
seated', are shown with Dt Donald Altman and Mrs. Edward
Meiniker standing as they inspect the Mav-Lmton Winq at
the Variety Children's Ho.-p tal. The two benefactor^
- recently designated by the Women's Committee as
"Queen of Hearts, have been appointed bv Mrs. Mel.
to spearhead the arranaerr.ents for the bia annual Benefit
Ball to be held Mar. 18 at the Deauville Hotel.
S30,000 KKKOfF SUNDAY MIGHT
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Mrs. Brailove
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For United Appeal
Mrs Alexander Brailove, honor-
ary national chairman oi tin Wom-
en's Dit ision t'r ited Jew i h \,.
- r at :he
VM'~ annual dinner of the Com-
bined Ft Lauderdak? Pom|
Beat h I i.\ < ampaign, it i-
oounced bj Rabbi Richard M Levi
ton. campaign chairman
The function will take p
Sundaj i Mar 12. in the
Hotel .s' I Lau h rdale
Mrs Bri .i- made numer
ti Ips to i Km ope

bin< (i tties is sao.ooo l
much-needed lundi will !> used to
-pee I thl Of -"*> 000
in front i. i |
of brael and to assure tin m
tion o| lui ities for 30.000 -lew -
la Israe and tries
It will al- ife suppoi
-i n ices to m..... oi Jews in \ ai i
i intrii Rabbi
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Loc cing ahead: Mr. and Mrs. Adolf
noted rohqious leaders and long time
mi Beach residents will be named Guests
of Honor f'>r the forthcomira 1968 annual
er of Yeshiva and Misivta Toiah Vodaath.
The annouacement will be made at this
years Torah Vodaath event which will take
fiace on Sunday night m the Harry N.
Schwartz auditorium of Beth Israel Congre-
gation. The Blanks, officers of Kneseth Israel
Congregation, the Hebrew Academy and the
Mizrachi Oraanization will be celebrating
their 50th wedding anniversary next year.
Standing left to riqhl are: Rabbi Pincheas
Briskman. of Yeshiva Torah Vodaath; Milton
Kahn, dinner chairman; and Mr. and Mrs.
Adolf Blank
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RABBI ABRAMOWITZ AT BAY HARBOR MEETING
i
,.iy -arbor Group, Miami Beach
,1 ii idassah, will hold its
monthl> luncheon meeting
i am. :il the I5;il
,.| Hotel Rabhi Mayer Abram
spiritual leader oi Temple
will he guest spi
i -t'ph Epti in i- president
Pnti Towers will hold it
nil, on Mondaj. 12 30
, th. \ Buildin \ idi
I.Ill Ml m| i
L i ...'. and S
I irj o (he
ami verse Mrs
--.,- is prcsidi '
. Group il! Ilulil it
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In Israel, ITT
Participants enjoy:
ti to Bioi'C.ti landmarki
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v. 111 government
^ and lectu'e* on
life
I M < >eli VOUttl
!>. ,i> the length .ma
of the land
; &rV period With -
K SMH
OBSI Rv t n
KN ZIONIST
YOUTH COMMISSION
ir md the
mat Orgai cation of Ami

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i -<1 and lespontihle Amr.
| lira I l< -
D j nfle the gioup enauung ex-
c rction and care
>( ochin e .nid I .i t her "f
.viite or < >H Mn E Stone.
ular monthly meeting on Mondaj
noon ;it Algiers Hotel Refresh
menta "ill be set i ed Mrs Henrj
ban w ill be gue t soloist Mrs
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I. R. Goodman Group will hold
its annual I v on
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tixal Rcfreshiru nts will be served
In additio i a film, "Hem ietta
will be shown Miss Lillian
lio I: .in is president
Emma Lazarus Group will hold
;t- regular month!) meeting on
Mondaj noon at the Normandj Isli
Washington Federal Purim festi-
val i- scheduled with communit)
inging, luncheon, and the color
film, "i he 1 ife ol Henrietta Szold
\h Jack Wolfstein is president.
Morton Towtrs Group will hold
Ms next regular me.'tin'.; on Mon
Hudson Club
Has Fun Night
Meeting ol Ihc Hudson
Club was held on Thursdaj
;it the Sin Commu
Mrs .lack Miller, vocational edu Mayor 1 ui< H Stallman, a
. aji Restaurant lit.' nominating ration chairman, has announced N ''' ':''
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Mi l n anuel Mentz i^ pre sidenl
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Hotel Mrs I M Weinstein will
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Continued from P9 SB
Beochite Mr- Guatave Mart man.
form-rl> of New Vork. marking
her third roar here with a i
tail parly for 70 in h-r Seai
Tower* maisuii on Sunday
Widow of Ju man be ii the author of the
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April Nnptials
For Miss Toppe!!,
Willard Bronstein
Mr and Mr- Jack [Topped, of
Miami ami Atlanta, >;i. announce
the engagement <>f their daughter,
Dorothy Lynn, to Willard Bron
rtein, of Philadelphia, and the late
Morris Bronstein
The bride elect attended the
Univi itj "f Miami
The future bridegroom gradu-
ated from Temple University with
b Bachelor ol Science degree He
I- South Atlantic regional sales
manager of the Herta Corp.
The wedding will be held Apr
IS in New York Judith Beldner
Betrothal Told
K.ilm
MIS. IAWKINCI WllHSTtIM
Lonne Sherbill.
Mr. Weinstein
Exchange Vows
Mr and Mrs Leonard Beldner.
4570 Jefferson Ave., Miami iieach,
announce the ermauoment of their
daughter. Judith Ellen, to Law-
rence N Keinstein. son of Mr and
Mrs Howard Peinstein, Treaton.
N.I
The hnde elect is a graduate of
Miami Beach High School and is a
junior at Boston University She
is the granddaughter of Mr. and
Mrs Morris Rubin, and the late
Mrs If. D. Beldner. pioneer Mi
The former l.onne Diane Sher- annans
Mil. daughter of Mr and Mrs Jos The future bridegroom is a grad
ph Sherl ill, of Miami Beach, was uate ol Boston University and at
rnarried I Saturdav evening. Feb. tends Suffolk Law School in Boa
85, to Lawrence Charles Weinstein ton
It the F< itainebleau Hotel
Kor tht ceremony, the bride -
l.cted a gown of i\or> peau de soie
ith alei.ron lace which also trim
: 1 th. il and panel train She
\v.:i' attt nded by her sister, (on
Is- ince Shvrbill. maid of honor, and
i arole Weinstein and Arline Wein-
[stein, the groom s sisters
Best man was Lawrence Fein
I berg and amon^ u-hi-r> were Dan
-herUi! and Raymond Sherbill.
the brides brothers
A graduate of Miami Beach High.
new Mr- Weinstein earned a de-
Temple Women s
Exec Appearing
At Sinai Thurs.
Miss Eleanor R Schwartz New ferenci of Christians ai i J<
York, N Y associate director of' Coi the
the N al F< deration of Temple l SO
Sisterh to address Tem \; .. Schwa observer to
pli Sinai Sisterhood on Thursday, the L'nited Nat i I represi
Mar B, at a luncheon meeting at the Sat nal Fed
th v ikes Inn and Country Sisterhoods at I Nil i.i-
Club
u rn.r K.ilir
MM. JACK S. KtSiLtK
The Jack Kesslers
To Live in Miami
A late evening ceremony on
Saturday, Mar 4. united the former
Wendy E Rich and Jack S Kess
ler at Temple Beth El Rabbi Sol
omon Schiff officiated at the nup-
,\i: R ilph Kingsley was to
the tion, Mrs Stanford
m is to introduce Miss
Schv nd Mrs Harry Kaufman
and Mr- Hertx rt Kofsky are chair
men of the day. Mrs. I Lasensky
is president of the Sisterhood.
Hebrew, Bible
At Emanu-EI
Third semester ii the adult
catioi ed by the
Sisterhood of Temple Emanu-EI
began on Tuesday, Mis Max Dinis
The National Federation of Tem man, chairman ol the Women s
pie Sisterhoods, with a program of Institute of Jewish studies, an
service to Jewish and humanitarian nounced.
causes, is made up of more than Classes in Hebrew are conduct-
105.000 members in over 615 Sis ,-d at 10 am. on Tuesday morn-
terhoods throughout the world [ngg, by Mrs Fay F'einstein. Mrs.
It is the women's agency of the Aliza Brenner. Mrs Naomi Bran
Union Of American Reform Juda deis, and Mrs Zvi .Viler Rabin
ism In America, and an affiliate Arthur S Hollander, education
of the World L'nion for 1'rogres director of the Temple, conduct.
Musical Play
Presented At
Beth Sholom
"Champagne Extra," a musical
play by I.enore Brooks was pre
sented by Temple Beth Sholom
Thespians on Saturday and Sunda\
evening in the temple auditorium
Appearing in the play were Net
tie Goldstein. James Knopkc. Syl-
via Davis, Rita Stander. Robert
n | ,-iness science at Boston Turken. Charlotte Vogel. Allen
Lniversi:. m Januarv Her bride- Cursen. Sam Slavin. Dolores Wil
tgroom i.v the son of Mr and Mrs. son. Stella Gordon. Joe Pardo.
Jernard Weinstein. of Newton. Dorothy Frankfeldt. Paul Warren.
Mass He attended New Prepara- Sally Shelist. Sam Rudt. Alice Lee.
Itory School at Cambridge, and is Howard Hollander and Ceil Fried
[a graduate of Wharton School of land.
finance and Commerce at the Uni- James S Knopke is chairman of
lersity of Pennsylvania the dramatic group, and I.eon
Guest- at the wedding included linger is director.
[Mr. and Mrs. Albert Gregerman, of -----------------------------
Brooklir.t Mass. grandparents of T||AC|4flV LprtllTP^
the groom, and Mr- Eva Howard. ,u"gu7 %M" ^"
of Mian. Beach, grandmother of AX Rgf|] DqViCI
th- bridt. ,
The newlyweds will live in Wal- ^ Eve McNanamy. director of
tham Mass community programs with the
Mental Health Association of Mi-
ami, spoke at the Beth David adult
education lecture series. "Dynam
Temple Adath Veshurun wUI I jes of Family Living." on Tuesday.
\n Evening with Tevye 8 p.m. at the So Dade Bids. oOO
with the Temple SW 120th St.
The bride is the daughter of Mrs
a class in the study of the Bible.
Feature of the Institute is i
Brunch with the Rabbi" session,
led by Dr Irving I.ehrman. on
"Ethics of the Fathers." The next
brunch session will be held on
Mar 14
Registration for the third semes
ter is now being accepted at the
temple office
sive Juda. Rukeyser, New Rochelle. NY. is
al president.
A natne of Chicago. Miss
tials. and a reception at the Fam- Schwartz has been associated with
ous Restaurant followed. 'he American Reform movement
for man} years Prior to her ap-
tment to the staff of the N.i
Molly Rich. 1535 SW 30th Ave and ,lona! Federation of Temple Sis
the late Sam Rich Parents of the ,,.,.(, .. y,,N Schwartz served as
bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs Mil a>MH.iaU. director of the National
ton Kessler, 222 NW 22nd Ave Federation of Temple Youth
Both graduates Of Miami Senior She i< a graduate of the 1'nner
High, Mr Kessier also attended sity of Chicago where -he majored
Miami Dade Junior College in political science and psychology
The newlyweds plan to live in Miss Schwartz has worked for the dren- Center, non profit day
Miami I nited States Government as a school for emotionally disturbed
---------------------------- personnel consultant, has served children at 159 NE 51st St held
7f'$ Spring Say Gardeners as dlri*ctor of ,n,> Voung People its annual luncheon at Dean Mar-
"' Division of the Jewish Federation tin's Restaurant on Monday noon
'Suddenly It's Spring!" was the jnd Welfare Fund of Chicago, and Mrs. Maurice Serotta is reserva-
theme for the Mt Sinai Garden director of youth for the New York tions chairman
Club trip to the Fantastic Gardens Federation of Reform Synagogues Afternoon included a fashion
on Monday Members assembled at she has served on the boards and show by Renee of Harbour Tower.
the Garden Center at 9:30 a.m. for I Speakers Bureaus of the Joint Dis moderaten by Mr- Charles Wer
Luncheon is For
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Women's Auxiliary of the ("bli-
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Bar kin
To Lead \
Cantata
Bat kin renown : t< noi h
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Queen Ea
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A famed Cantor who has re-
-. eived accolades wherever he
us performed, Barkin's career
>? taken him throughout the
Jnited States, as well as to Mex-
co, Canada. Israel and Europe.
perfoiihmici a ;i- soloisl
eluded engagement! with Wash
men's National Symphony, the
'in P (> hicago I;..'' more.
.- in Krancisco, Miami and New
leant Philharmonic
Alwaj fii of the
oductions
have included the
be h op
Bar Koch of the
Vmei ic< loth) >: Ex
I,, nd Almond;
I he I iddle b>
Southern Bell
Revises Areas
I 'as! growth ol South I- loi ida is
Southern Bell Tt li
e Co to
hi late
I B Shel
pi ( li nl foi South Fll
s 1(1 II
. atlons Mill !) divided i
i 'iill Ih area next month
'. ie tout In
i I'M-; ci lo Kej W i -i and m
i ider thr direct > in
Sheffe> aid thai the change tvai
ade tn help llu company keep
ce with the dynamic eceaomji in
.-.nth Florida We feel." he Mid,
hat this will facilitate oui efforts
ini ihi i.i -. i \ ice possible
i the people in thil area The
- u organization will U- the first
its kird in Southern Bell
Mong with the Change on tpr 1.
t e companj marketing depart-
i nit will becomi a part of its
mtaercial department
Kinneret Chapter Plans Auction Here
Oscar B. Schapiro treasurer of Kneseth Israel Congregation
receives a plaaue from the Hebrew Theological College of
Chicago "for his outstanding work on behalf of Torah and
Torch education." Presentation was at a dinner in his honor
at the Foitainebleau Hotel, where some 300 persons attended,
as well as all five clumni of the colleqe servinq the Greater
Miami area. Presentation is being made by Rabbi Dr. David
Lehrfield. spintual leader of Kneseth Israel Congreqation.
Ner Tamid to Mark Ninth Anniversary;
Sammy Davis Jr. Scheduled to Entertain
Meetin this week al Temple
v i Tamid t discuss the -
annual banquet of the templ<
Mai \~ in hi
.1 .,- recipiei I "i the
Award, and s\ i
- Jr.,
Mi ami Mrs Carltoi Blake Mi
and Mrs l ouis i oh and
Mi '' I ohen, Mi and Mrs
l ... Mi and Mrs II
mi Mi and Mi Aaion
-ti'in \,; hem ietta I
Mi and Mi Ezra Fineg Id Mi
Mi ll.ii 15 K Glazei Mi and
Mi Michael '. aziei Mi and Mrs
Mi and Mrs I ouis
Gold, Mr and M Charles Gold
stein, Mr and Mrs Henrj Hersch
(ol ai d Mrs w illtam .' Hai i is,
Mi and Mi Sam Jaci b ( antor
Mi s Edward Klein, R
Mi s Eui in I abo\ it/
I Mrs Meyei Leshen, Mr
M Harrj Mrs
Hilda Mi ii- Mi and Mrs Max
Menschel, Mr and Mrs Philip
New Openings
At Wometco
Geoi i t-iiI starring Lynn
Redgrave, la in its eighth and final
week at the Mayfair, Sunset and
Noi Miaiuiu i Beam -
Moving into its plan' on Fridaj
will in- "Blow Up." featuring Van
eaaa Redgrave, David Hemmings
and Sarah Miles
Currently showtni at the Miami,
Mn ad. 163rd St and Surf The
atres is 'The 25th Hour.' with
Anthoftj Qtftnn and Virna Liai
Also opening Frhlaj at these
Wometco Theatres is Dead
liei 11..in thv Male," in color, star
ring Elke Sommer Sylva Koscina,
and Kirharu JohnatMi
> Man and ., Woman i until,in-
in its exclusive conn ihowin
tin Parkwa) Theatre, featuring
Ammk Aimer
Ktnt Robbins
osepn Rieger well known
ivfc li-ader. ha been e,
-d president of th* Miami
>each Senior Citizens Asso
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1216 NOBMANDT DllVt Ml
Members friends and the gen
public are in* Ited to the fifth
annu I by Km
I ( haptev ot Mi/tachi Women
The auction will h<- held on Satur
da\ even IB. 7-:*> p.m..
at < Beth El AuditO-
I in::
Tins i- |hi fund ra
in the m :. nerel
handisc will Includi
traca
i | hoti
\ sup
port .
and educatioi !
to the II
.
Vmoi bt'tti
I I'.i ''.:! Child
the Bakka Settlei
llmis. and Mo sad Al
Villa
An a ill be Mi Cj nthia
Wulkaii Auction chairman is
I : ik< Mi i immittee
members are Mesdames Ben
lielbert, Morris Sokol Joseph
Sussman Matl Weissmai liai
old Zelokowil In ii Sch *
Theodore Sakow S man Rich
ai Martii Hirsch, Arthui Roth,
C'haim Con 1:
Elizabeth Pearl. Betty Rubin s
\ia Travil, Mfas Bsta Karpi
Miss Elaine Bell
RABBI OR. TIBOK H. SltKS
Thi :'
thor Ral hi Di I ib n II
' he Jacob I i hei Comi
. !i Ih- guest ;
at th< dinnei "t" the Ve
Sund Mar 12 at I hi
in, 770 4 It!
: .'11
Iman Mr and Mrs Maa R
kin. Mr and Mrs Julius Resnick,
Mi and Mn Jaj Rechtschaffer,
..nil Mrs Hei man Rosen, Mr
and Mrs Era Rosenfeld Mr and
Ri Vlbert V R
Mi and Mi Bennie Rudner,
Mis Rita Sal Mr and Mis
Shaw Mi and Mrs Mui
\ Shaw, Mr and Mrs Inine
at chairman, Mi and Mi
I mils Suchman, Mrs Sadie In.-
k\ Di and Mrs Dai iel Zalis
Ner Tamid Award
To Kent Robbins
In Forum Here
The V i Tamid Award, religious
achievement medal (nun the Boj
of America, was present
ed t" Kent Huh
Inns at Temple
Menorah sen
ices o n Satui
day morning
Son of Mr
fid Mrs Milton
Robbins, Kent
la a student at
Temple Meno
rah Religious
School, and has
been active in
Inith the Junior
and Senior Congregations He qual
Ified for the Nei Tamid Aw aid h\
Studying under the Mgla of Hal.lii
Mayer Ahrnmowit/. spintual lead
or of the temple
Kent i^ a life MOUl and a senior
patrol leader of Boy Scout Troop
.i'^i sponsored b) the Norisle Op
iimisi nub He has received the
honorary award of Order ol the
^m u This i- ins second yeai of
scouting
Members of his troop have been
united tu attend the m rvlces
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Friday, March 10.1967
*Jt**isti fhrfcffor?
Paae 1'1-B
BETH ISRAEL
Lauderdale
Temple Has
\ew Nome
in ;i recent congregational meet-
ii the Fl Lauderdale Jewish
i. :>47 Bast Oakland Park
the congregation voted to
ge the name <>f the Ft Laud-
. ii w i-ti Centei to Temple
Israel
lli.' name Ft Lauderdale Jewish
i h iwever, will be retained
i nplement in the Hebi ew
until the communit) i- fully
re ni the new name Temole
Beth Israel is tranalated into He
to mean "The House <>f Is-
The congregation .i- started in
i and has grown from the
r' in families to "t> families
Purim Workshop By Rabbi Landau
Meaning and significance of
Purim wen- discussed in detail at
;i special "Purim Workshop for
Adults" conducted .it the Central
Y >>n Wednesday, Mar
injj ai a p in.
Rabbi Sol Landau, spiritual
Ii ;.'!< i >! Beth Dai . was nest speaker Hi- topic was
Tin i in m Todaj a Woi id Rabbi
ordained bj the Je
"Ii i'heo igi -il s mi' arj in 1951
aiul h.i : it. I'll post -'i aduate de
t ree from N'ew York L'ni<
and Hii' Seminar?
Rabbi landau is currently on t
executive committee of the Ha
binical Assembly, board of govei
i the National Academy f<
Adult Jew; Ii Studie chairman
the educatioi Itee of fnt<
I aith A -" ial Justii
i n
I ("i
ol Miami.
A di cral
! Pui I'll loo
I'll.ii: r Ml-' c\ in! \\;is .\|
ma Albert
Micmi Beach resident Donald 1 left is a member of cne
c{ the five, two-man teams wh.ch will take port in the Yoshiva
College DebuUna Society's 17th annual tcur on Mar. 19 to 28.
Donald is the son of Mr. and Mr. Fred Zisauit 13IS Lenox
Ave. His teammate en a trip to Dayton, Fort Wayne, Chicago
and Milwaukee will be Marc Goldstein (right), of Bayonne, N.I.
IMPROVED MEDICAL PROGRAMS ON AGENDA
Convalescent Home Broadens Plan
intensive survej of tin-
il the elderlj members of
li. Greater Miami Jewish commu
- resulted in a broadening
d tin- overall working concept of
the Jewish Convalescent Home
>outii Honda, according to
onard Zilbert, chairman of the
>o.ird of directors of the commu
nity-supported Home, who an
nounced this week that the hoard
has unanimously voted to extend
the institution's services to include
care of the healthy aged, as well
.,> the disabled and ill."
"In tin- pa-t. due to lack of space,
:he Jewish Convalescent Home has
wist, d M>ich for those needing ex
ended care medical facilities The
elderly who were in comparative!)
good health could not be ccom-
nodated because of the pressing
leed for additional looms." tin
Chairman declared.
Zilbert also pointed out that the
oncepta of the Deeds of 'he aged
have changed drasticalb in the
past two decades "Authorities in
he gel latne field predict that the
i \- ten yeaia will bring even
more changes than those of the
entire past century, he -aid With
improved medical programs and
ahilitv to prolong a healthful lite
span, the emphasis has abruptl)
shifted to the needs ol the mind
as well a- the hody
"The real goal," explained Zil
licit, is to enable the elderly to
continue to lead useful and pro
ductive lives We must help thi--
people to maintain what is most
precious to them their indc
pendence, their . their sell
respect and their self support."
With this thinking in mind, the
Jewish Convalescent Home of
South Florida will henceforth
broaden its concept to include a
haven for the aged as well as for
the infirm.''
The Home's new UK) bed fat i
it) which is due ioi occupai i
earl) Ma) of this >ear. will pro
vide much needed Iherapeul c and
rehabilitative clinics and equip
incut for its residents. Rehabilita
tion is ;m extreme iv imi
facet of the care ol Ihi clderl) ami
requires highl) trained personnel
and expensive equipment.
Since the Homi 1- communit)
1 ; \ iii.-111 h) : I id(
are based 0:1 tin
(ait s abilit) 'o contribute < >ver
Home's
at this lime are 1 ;'h I on ''
or con nil !- in cnl the
inder varj ing from abilit) to
make small payments to complete
incial responsibilit)
"Deficits are made up by
private donations and by the
institution's main fund-raising
event, its annual dinner dance.
This year's dinner will be held
on Aor. 1 at the Fontainebleau
Hotel and will mark the dedica
tion of the long awaited new
building." Zilbert noted.
"Care of the aged i- the responsi
bility of the entire community."
-aid Zilbert Actuallv the pro!>
lem existed in biblical limes ;,.
well, but wth the prolongation ol
life b) modern medical means, this
responsibilit) is more pressing
than ever
I he Bible admonishes, When
we -low old. cast us not away, and
when we l.iow feeble, let US not
be lonely Hie Greater Miami .lew
i-h communit) will continue to
In.11 these words "
Introduced by Mothers' Food Products, this week is the first
Soft Marqarine that's both Kosher and Pareve. Made of veg-
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products so it can be served with all meat and dairy meals.
Available regular or unsalted, the unsalted formula is ideal
for those on salt-free diets.
Soft Margarine
Kosher, Pareve
The onh Soit Margarine that's
Kosher ami Pareve was intro
diked b) Motile: s Food Product*.
this week Made enttrel) "l
insaturated \ egetable
1 : oducl contains no milk
-" ii 1
.1.1 meal and :

easilj.
Id, making it a superb
:.' oils and breads Ii
', s,, \\'g il! .
I ii; ior cooking and
Kurt he 1 more, it s
nhanccs the taste n
i ods and recip
Available re llai 01
the unsalted formula is ideal for
! hose nil -alt 11 1 1' diet 1
with a minimum of 15.000 units
\ itamin A per lb. two ras .if
the new margai me supplies .12 per-
cent minimum daily 11 quiremenl
\ itamin A for a child or 47 per
cent of \ itamin A for an adult
The product conies m two indi-
vidual 1 2 lb. plastic lubs in .1 l lb
! arton The sail free 111.11 garine is
packaged in a red carton, the reg-
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Each tub contains one cup of mar-
.nine and features a snap mi lid
making n perfect as .1 re-usable
refrigerator container
Mother's now Soft Margarine, ,is
all products of Mothers Food
Products, tnc carries the endorse
merit of the I'nion of Orthodox'
Jewish Congregations of America.
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Page 12-B
-JeHist fkridisr
Friday. Mai'
CARDINAL SPELLHAN ACCEPTS CITATION
Beach Rally Watch*
Moving Ceremonies
Continued from Page IB
prelate a standing ovation. Spell-
man moved to the microphone
to declare: "I apologize because
I am very emotional. I'm just
bacK from VM Nam, and I've
seen the sacrifices our men and
women are making there."
Oul d<
protestoi i ci
the aud l<
I

l
and Ii .
Going over last-minute preparations for the
Four-Leaf Clover" luncheon of the Sisterhood
of Temple Beth Sholom. which will be held on
Wednesday. Ma:. 15. 11:30 a.m.. in the Star-
light Room of the D^ral Beach Hotel, are
members of the lunrheon committee. Stand-
ing (left to riant* are Mrs. Irwin Teplis. show-
ing the committee one of the fourleai clover
decorations which are being made for the
tables at the luncheon; Mrs. Harvey E. Kramer,
chairman of the luncheon; Mrs. Seymour Sil-
verman. Sisterhood president; Mrs. Max Kes-
selman. co-chairmen of the luncheon. Seated
(left to right' are Mrs. Jack Sandier. Mrs. Moms
Green and Mrs. Meyer Kotler. in charge of
reservations and tickets.
\ i n _
vett rani of thr ton< i icari
\ l Nai :i-
pre nti life i bei ship
ii t hf Jew ish War Vel ai I Ihe
' S A
Marine Pvi Geoffrej Kempner,
badl\ w led in Viet Nam waa
presented honorarj membership in
.1 North Miami JWV Posl
Dade Goes to Polls Tuesday
For Legislature Run Off
Dade County goes to the polls on Tuesday in a runoff election
ir. 14 races for both houses of the Florida legislature Following is a
lartial list of candidates and their backgrounds (For other candidates.
see Sec. A. I
Dick Renick
Dick Renick i- Democratic can
Ite for the State Senate in the
4Hh Senatorial District in next
- run off
Top Dade Count> nt< i
in las: N
aces. Renit k who was
the House last yeai re
.1 hi- II eat 1
The Senatoi ia
ent for th< past 27 yi

i in scoi
\ ided
ent a

Fel
i ludinij
i highways pow-

Leo A. Furlong Jr.
RE-ELECT .
Dr. Walter W.
SACKCTT, Jr.
Distrio 100 Lever 4A
'let'* Keep a Docter in the Howie"
for the State House of R*presents
in the 111th House District
A Dade County resident for 18
years. Furlong is married and the
father of four children fie is a
1952 University of Miami gradu
..nii was re, | v trit,
I S Juni< r Chan I merce
1 I the tustai dins. Young
M< n of America "
He is a hanker, ii surar i i
utivi itatc mai. g< r,
and business ai d civic Ii ad
i captj in in the ; S Armj
hi- is a director and co-
of the National (<
of Christians and
.ii- chain Metro
Rivei Authorttj
He -rid in tl
laturc in 196344
*
Walter W. Sackett Jr.
','. Sackett I
met
Sackett urgi "put
in the Houm
h< di Jaret I
ICl : t dl
ealth
(or a doctor in
live in the Florida
Medical \- Dr
' thai
your dot tor s ?.ar.o- Whj
(ir voice in
latun

David L. Brower
Asking voters for h ra to
Tallahassee is David L Brower.
who ia running for the House of
Representatives. District 111.
Brower, a North Miami busines
man. is a member of the Miami
Dade Chamber of Commerce, the
Jaycei s. North Miami Flks. the
Mahi Shrine and is on the board of
directors of Hire the Handicap
ped" organization
Brower i- married and has three
children
...
Paul Steinberg
Paul Steinberg is m th.- run-off
for the Florida Legislature, District
1119
A cum laude graduate of tin- Cm
versit) of Miami ai I St (son Uni
versit) College ol I aw, Steii
is .. Jaycee president, a director of
the Dade l ount) Young Democrats
and the Stetson Lawyers Associ
ation
During the 19M presidential
Sti ei served ai
chairman of tin- Young Citizei
for Johnson-Humphrey, and was
cited b\ the Democratic Part) for
his work in the campa
Hi- n theme is He I
Vboul !' : k and he aims for
: taxes il Made (mill
tj const reform, unpro>
the educational system, i
tion yeai c illi e in Dade
County, ecrel
lation to encourage the n
industry, a sales tax i
and the creation of a
state minimum wage law
National Commander Malcolm
Tarlov arrived for the ceremonies
from Connecticut after a brief \i-it
with top government officials in
Israel
Tarlov told the rally that "I
know we are doing the right thing
in Viet Nam The aggressor is no
leaa oppressive than that which
swept Europe in the 1930s "
Tarlov charged that "a vocal
strident minority is heard urging
our government to forego its com-
mitment to freedom."
Daniel Neal Heller, former na-
tional commander, who made
tho presentation to Cardinal
Spollman, earlier taid that "just
as there is a duty to dissent, this
rally will show there it also a
duty to assent."
ATTEST
Jewish Home for
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"All Items Tax Deductible"
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Any thine Mm4* Omt ef Comrai
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"RETURN AN EFFECTIVE VOICE TO TALLAHASSEE"
VOTE FOR
David L. Brower
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
DISTRICT 111 LEVER 13A
Member
ir Board ol Governors "Mire the Handicapped"
^r Miami-Dade Chamber of Commerce
North Miami Elks
SV Masons, Mahi Shrine
Robert C. DuVal
Roin-rt <; DuVal ia a State Rep
ntativi i andidate in I i
100
DuVal is an attorney, civic work
er and active in veterans aid
Hi- attended Miami Edison li h
School and graduated from the
sit) ol Miami a business
man. married and the fathei ol
three children, In- Li alao .i
oni and Elks
Among those sui the can
le are Paul Seiderman, Wil
ham Pallot, Burnetl Rdtb, Henr)
Wolff, Maik Rubin, Charles Gold
stein, George Talianofl William
AJper and Arthur I) Horowitl
?

DR. ELLIOT M. GLASS
VETERINARIAN
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. ii Horowtta
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Friday. March 10.1967
*JewlstifhrHtam
Page 13-B
J^ar Frank Seller
Frank David, son of Mr. and
Mrs San! Seltzer, will become Bar
^ltlzvah on Saturday Mar. 11. at j
[temple i nianu-EI.
Kranl- Is in the seventh grade!
It Ida M Fisher Junior High and
ilaya ti''nbone in the band. He.
;longs Emanu El Boy Scout
froop R
The f -brant will be honored
y reception at bis home S;itur
i\ Attend rig the went ill be Mr
Mri Harrj Kahn ami Mrs
I vi i. I- a; k i grandpar-
} ; his [real Ihei
Irs Anw Was
Uriel Levi
>raham il Mi
. Ri 18091 NE
> Mia h, will le
iti .i U S .i n a}
Skj Lake Sj i
at John
Jui ';
trumi ie school
l,:-.(i Thli rammer, he and bis
, ithcrs Daniel iri i Michael, '.'..II
.-it thi ; ati datives in Is-
:. \\- vts natlte land
I Hi,.-- will include the Bar
M/vah maternal grandparents,
k< :\r.( Mrs Jrnaph B Self, <>f
Mru Y< :k.
Steven Rosenberg
Steven Howard, son of Mr. and
Mrs. William Rosenberg, will be-
come Bar Mitzvah on Saturday.
Mar 11, at Temple Emanu-El.
Steven attends the seventh
grade at Norland Junior High and
plays clarinet in the band. He is
on the honor roll, a member of
the student council and in the ad
vanced mathematics program. His
interests include baseball, basket
hall and football
The celebrant will be honored
at a reception Saturday, after
sen ices, :it the Miami Lakes Inn
t lub
Steven's gi nl Mr and
\l Irvi ; i r.-'-. and Mi Sarah
w ill att evenl
Sherman Baskin
Mr and
Mr- 6820 ->''.
. will become B
. I al B tli
Da> ja1
Sherman is a seventh grade stu
al Palmetto High and has
been attending Beth David Relig-
ious School for the past two j
hi- interested m photography
and plays the guitar
Mi and Mrs. Ab Pass, of st
Louis, grandparents of Sherman.
will ./tend the services
it .->

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CONFIRMATIONS RECEPTIONS WEDDINGJ
BANQUETS MEETINGS PARTIES
A Tete-a-tete or a gala celebration with 3.500 suest*.
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..["mo" S "
and at a reception and dinner in at West Miami Junior High and is
the Starlight Room of the Biscayne interested in music and sports.
Terrace Hotel that evening Mf and Mrs Kat_ wjn nost the
Kiddush following services, and a
David Kati reception and dinner Saturday
On Saturday. Mar. 11. David, son evening at the Miami Spring! Villa
of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Katz. w. ill jn honor of the celebrant
be called to the Torah in honor
of his Bar Mitzvah at Temple Zion.
David is a seventh grade pupil
Mr and Mrs. Hyman Katz, of
Shenandoah. Pa., are grandparents
of the Bar Mitzvah.
Sherman Baskin Steven Rosenberg
David Kofi Alec Wank
Marc Wank
Marc Hymai of Mr and
Mrs Alvin Wank. 1021 NE 154th
N" Miami Beach, will i
brate his Bar Mitzvah at the Sal
unlay morning services, Mar 11.
at Beth Torah Congregation
Marc attends the Hebrew Acad
emy, where he i> in the eighth
grade. He is in the advanced math
program, was last year's seventh
grade spelling champion, and is a
member of the Academy Choir. He
is also an allaiound athlete
The celebrant will be honored by
a Kiddush following the ceremony
Top BB
Leaders
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