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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

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

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

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University of Florida
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"Jewish Floridliaia
Combining THf JEWISH UNITY and 1HI JEWISH WEEKLY
IVolume 40 Number 11
Miami, Florida. Friday March 17. 1967
Two Sections Price 2Zt
MENDES FRANCE RETURNS
De Gaulle Losses
Bring Ex-Prem ier
Back to Assembly
Brazil Police Question
Nazi Murder Chieftain
PARIS (JTA) Pierre Men-
ranee, the French Jewish!
|s- itesman and former Prime Min-
ster, who has been in political
|eclipse since 1988, was back strong
in national prominence Monday
hiving been elected again to the
National Assembly as a result of
[Sinday's runoff elections He de-
t tied hi* Ciaullist opponent in his
constituency of Grenoble, and is
believed to be in position to play
in extremely prominent role in the
next Chamber of Deputies
M Mendes-France. born in Paris
in 1907. the son of a Sephardic
thing manufacturer whose fam
II) traced back to the Jews exiled
dom Portugal in the Kith Century,
dusted from the School of I'm
litictl Science here in 1026, and
yews Liter obtained his doc
-------------------
RIO DE JANEIRO (JTA) especially interested in finding out
torate in law from the University
of Pans Practicing law in Nor
mandy. he was elected to the Na-
tional Assembly in IS32. at the age
Of 25. becoming the youngest mem
ber of the National Assembly He
married Miss l.ily ("iciirel. a mem-
ber of a wealthy Egyptian Jewish
family in 1933
Even before he was elected to
the National Assembly, he served
in the Popular Front Govern-
ment of Premier Leon Blum
also a Jew as Under Secre-
tary of State for the Treasury.
He was reelected to the National
Assembly time and again until
1958, when he was run over by
the bandwagon supporting Gen.
Charles de Gaulle, and lost again
Continued on Paqe -A
Franz Stangl. the long sought Nazi
who is charged with the responsi
Dllity of killing 700.000 Jews in the
Nazi death camps of Trcblinka and
Sobibor, of which he was the com
mandant. and who was arrested in
Sao Paulo last week at the request
of the Austrian Embassy, is being
held under maximum security de-
tention in Brasilia, the Federal Se
CUrlty Police revealed
The Brazilian Federal Police is
if he knows about other former
Nazi war criminals possibly hiding
in Brazil Stangl had lived quietly
with his wife and two daughters in
Brazil, under an assumed name,
since 1951. He worked as an auto-1
mobile mechanic in a Volkswagen ,
plant in Sao Paulo
The Austrian Government
started proceedings for the ex-
Continued on Page 13-A
TV Talk Shows Hit
For Featuring Misery
Zionist Editor in Britain
Ousted in Gag Battle
I.OfcOoN (JTA' The cur-
rent issue of the Jewish Observer
HOd Middle East Review, a weekly
publication financed by the Zionist
ration of Great Britain, did
not appear this week on its publi
cation day. because of a conflict
between the Federation and the
editor of the magazine. Jon Kim-
ehe. over a report on the unem
ployment situation in Israel. (It
was reiHirted Sunday Kimche has
resigned Ed.).
In announcing that neither the
English nor the French edition of
the publication will appear this
week. Kimche said thai the sole
reason was his refusal "to accept
the instituting of a censorship by
the Zionist Federation over reports
to be published in the two papers
The board of directors of the
company publishing The Jewish
Observer is scheduled to meet
to discuss the situation. The di-
rectors ar all members of the
executive of the Zionist Federa-
tion.
A statement is.sued on behalf of
the board of directors said P>>
agreement with the editor, an edi-
torial board laid down a policy
which he undertook to carry out
The board deemed it wrong to pub
lish an article on unemployment
Continued on Page 11-A

Israel Reaffirms Stand
On Two 'Bui' Editors
JERUSALEM (JTA Justice
Minister Yaaco\ Shapiro affirmed
the Government's determination lo
i .n11iiin- to take Strong action
a ;alns1 all persons journalists or
others, who publish classified se
CUrity matters
lie disclosed, during an appear
anCS Oil I Kol Israel radio prom am
that a thud person WHOM identity
he did not reveal, was being held
in jail without public knowledge
of his arrest, trial and sentencing
The disclosure last month that two
editors of the sensationalist week
ly. "Bui." had been secret!) W
reeled, tri*d. convicted and jailed
on Mich charges stirred sharp con
tioversy.
In his defense of the Govern-
ment's stand, the Minister said
he would net be deterred from
drastic action by criticisms such
at these following the disclosure
of the "Bui" editors' arrests. He
stressed that such special legal
procedures were necessary be-
cause of Israel's delicate security
position.
Another censorship issue WSS
disclosed In Parliament which in
voiced intervention in an article
about former Premier David Ben
(.iiiKiii in the Hebrew Encycloped
la The issue was raised In a Knes
s.i pien.ii> session by Mrs E Raz
ier Naor of the Oahal faction The
article was written by Prof Isaiah
l.eibowitz. Mrs. Raziel-Naor also
said that the censorship office had
changed an article about the pre
state Jewish community in Pales
tine
Minister Shapiro noted that the
publishers of the encyclopedia had
not supported the complaint of in-
Continued on Page 5 A
By Special Report
lop rated television "talk shows
including especially the Johnny
Carson, David Susskind, Joe Pyne,
Alan Burke and Bill Buckley pro
grams are brought under -harp
criticism in the current issue Ol
the American Jewish Congress bi
weekly magazine for "the sens, ol
misery and suffering that eiua
nates' from them and for then
'total absence of human concern
and involv ement
Leonard Fleischer, a cultural
and literary critic, writing in the
Mar. 16 issue of 'Congress bi
Weekly' semis the "schizophrenic"
nature of the various "talk pro
grams." noting the "fatuous good
fellowship and emptiness in the
case of the Johnny (arson and
similar shows and the "hostility
and cruelty" of the Susskind. Pyne,
Burke and William K Buckley
programs
Fleischer asserts that criti-
cism of the Susskind, Burke and
Pyne programs for permitting
"bigots and fanatics" to state
their views without serious chal-
lenge actually "underestimated
the problem."
Exempting crime shows and
westerns. Fleischer writes
"Television, it goes without say
ing. plays an enormous role in
Shaping our culture and indeed our
private fantasies and predilections
Perhaps one should not make too
much Ol programs designed prim
arilj i" divert and entertain
"But the sense "i miserj and
suffering that emanates from shows
run b) Burke and Pyne, and the
total absence of human concern
)0t PtNl
tvrrtolitt quality
RAPIDFIRt ANSWER
B-G Tells
Arabs Who
Came First
LOS ANGELES (JTA) Da\
id Ben-Gurion told 1.000 volunteer
workers at the inaugural dinner
of the Jewish Federation-Council'-*
1967 United Jewish Welfare Fund
campaign this week that no one
man was the architect of moder:-
Israel
Lauded bj Albert Spiegel, cam-
paign and dinner chairman, as
"the architect of present-da) Is
rael." Ben-Gurion said that at least
si\ outstanding men had contrib
uted to Israel's creation He listed
th.se as including Chain; V.
matin and Theodor lleivl ;.-
a~ such unknowns as Charles N.
ter. who established the first
cultural training school in Pales-
tine in the 1870's, as well as Bai
Edmund de Rothschild, who esta
hshed the first colonies
The volunteers were told that 1
record 12.689.000 in advance gift-
had been pledged to the welfare
fund drive
At another occasion, Mr. Ben-
Gurion found himself in a spir-
ited exchange with Arab stu-
dents during an address to some
500 persons at the University of
Continued on Page 5-A
I\.J. Restrictive Clause
Slammed by High Court
Continued on Page 10 A
TRENTON. N J (JTA A
three judge panel of the State Su
perior Court's Appellate Division
has ruled that a restrictive clause
in effect barring Jews and others
from owning pro pert) in a sec
tion of Wayne, N J.. is unquestion
bly null and void, and no com!
will rule otherwise
The court, however, reserved de
cision mi whether the ruling is to
be applied to the commumtv at
large, or to a group of 17 previous
defendants, or to two individual
defendants who figured originally
in the complicated litigation
The case was filed by two prop-
erty owners in the exclusive
Wayne which required owners to
Wayne required the owners to
be members of the Packanack
Lake Country Club and Commu-
nity Association.
It was alleged thai membership
in the communit) was barred to
perons "i Italian Spanish. Latin
American oi Jewish background
and to all othei persons not of a
Northern European oi Christian
backgiound
The club had told the lower l
Continued on Page 10-A
Urge Stronger Statute Ban
GENEVA (JTA) Strength
ening Of a draft resolution to ban
statutes of limitation on prosecu-
tion of war criminals was asked
here this week by Israel at the
meeting of the Human Rights Com-
mission at its 23rd session The
Commission reached its agenda
item on such statutes this week
The existing draft would ban
such statutes for persons accused
generall) of "war crimes and
crimes against humanity" b) link
ing the definitions of such crimes
to the Allied charter which guided
the Nuremberg war crimes trials
Israel Supreme Court Justice llaim
Cohn. a Commission member, urg-
ed that the definition stress speci
fically "crimes of murder and mass
murder"' He was supported by
Jamaica. Italy. Dahomey, Guate-
mala and the Phillipines.
The need for such action was
stressed by Dr. Maurice Perli-
weig. representing the World
Jewish Congress, which has a
voice but not a vote in the Com-
mission. He said speedy action
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Collins to Speak Sunday
At Home of Aged Meeting
BUSY AGENDA PACES 8-9-A
STARLIGHT MANOR DEDICATION PAGES 8-9 A
RELATED FEATURES SEC. B
Former Florida Gov LoRoy Col-
in* will deliver 'he principal ad-
Iresa Bf the 21st annual neeting
>! the JeWllh Home for the A td
.ii Sundaj at Douglas Gardens
Theme of his speech will he
\. Frontiers for the Elderly "
I in- Tallahassee-born Democrat,
ovei nor in the state's histor)
i serve Iwo consecutive terms,
tlj lulled his careei In Wash
'i .i> I ndei Secretarj "t < orri
to rel..in '" private la*.
Gov. Collins has been in pub-
lic service for more than 33
years, and was Florida's chief
executive 1955 to 1960.
At the time Collins resigned his
iosI m Washington, John T, Con-
11 secretary of Commerce at the
nne. said of him
Two thousand years ago, wise
man said that the purpose of poll
ics must be the nood of man He
GOV. COLLINS
the only governor ever to hold
both posts simultaneously.
Gov Collins has served U chair-
man of the National Public Advis
sorv Committee on Area Redevel
opment and as a memlier of the
Advisory Council of the Peace
Corps. National Advisory Commit
tee on Junior Colleges, the Fleanor
Roosevelt Memorial Foundation
National Council, the Board of
Trustees oi I he Episcopal Radio
TV Foundation, the National Com
mission "i Communit> Health Sen
ices, ilic Board ol Trustees of the
National < ouncil ol the < lutdoor
m Resources Review < "om
iiii-i
He is presently a trustee of
Randolph Macon Women's Col-
lege, a member of the College
of Electors of the Hall of Fame
for Great Americans, a member
of the National Committee of
Association of Episcopal Col-
leges, a member of the Board of
Governors of the Tampa Cham-
ber of Commerce, a member of
the Governing Council of the
National Municipal League,
chairman of the 1966 Operation
Amigo Fund Appeal, a trustee
of the Museum of Fine Arts of
St. Petersburg, and honorary
fellow at New College in Sara
sate.
service. 1JMJ5. four children LeRoy Jr., BJ
Gov Collins is married to the daughters Jane. Mary Call and
former Man- Call Darby They have Darby.
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Collins is a member of Sigma
Also, while governor, he served
was talking about the kind of poll- as chairman of the Southern Re-
tics that Gov. Collins practices gional Education Board and later
.ind this nation and his Mate expect was a member of the Commission
to continue to benefit from this on Goals for Higher Education in
practice for many years to come the South
i have never known another In 1960. he presided as perma-
man of whom it could be more nent chairman at the Democratic Alpha Epsilon Fraternity and an
truly said that he is I man of pun National Convention, where the honorary member of Phi Delta Phi
uple. His ideals, his integrity, his late John F Kennedy was iiom I-egal Fraternity Among honors
innate ability to know instantly mated for the Presidency. and awards received by Gov Col-
the nuht thing to do, have been a on leaving the governor's office Una we the National Speaker of
-uide and inspiration to all of US m 1961, he became president of the Year Award. lttti.'*. and the
.vho h.ue worked with him the National Association of Broad Charles Evens Hughes Award, pre-
Gov Collins began his public casters and served in that position sented by the National Conference
areer m 1934. three years after until he was called to federal sen of Christians and Jews for courag
L.ceiving in- M.r. degree from ice by the Presidenl in 1084
umberland University in Tenn.
RE-ELECT MURRAY H.
lie was elected a representative
In the Florida Legislature from
Leon County, when- he served un
MO This was fol
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ite In 199 i hi elected
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Volume 40
Friday, March 17, 1967
5 2 Adar 5727
Number 11
Home for Aged
Plans Annual Meeting
Jewish Home for the Ac.
ual mee- i
Home on Sunday, rl
m.
things highlight two happy c.
Ore w II be nee
re :: former Fior:da Gcv LeRoy
Collins in a principal acc:e=s on
v Frontiers for the Elderly.
The other will be the dedication
oJ the Starlight Manor House on the
grounds of the Home.
Gov. Collins is a man we all re-
member fondly. His years in the Ex-
ecutive Mcnsion at Tallchassee
spelled dignity, decorum, and pro-
cress for our state. His was a voice
of moderation and a firm hand on
the fashioning of Florida's future.
The only governor in our state's
history to serve two consecutive
terms. Collins went on \r> equally
high professional and executive
achievements as Under Secretary of
Commerce in Washington. His ap-
pearance at the annual Jewish Home
for the Aged meeting on Sunday suggests a
meaningful and timely message before one
of the Jewish community's ma^or welfare and
humanitarian agencies.
The dedication of the Starlight Manor House
will mark the refurbishing of the original two-
story Doualas family mansion, purchased with
its surroundina grounds, for the present Jewish
Home for the Aged. The facility will house the
Max and Fanny Land Synagogue for Home
residents, as well as living quarters for the
Home's executive director.
This 21st annual meeting, like past annual
meetings of the organization, will prove to be
another jumpina off point for further Jewish
Home for the Aged progress.
Commitment on Campus
At a time when the question of Jewish
identity is causing increasing concern for us
all. our community is scheduling a unique
seminar on just this issue due to begin next
Monday night.
The seminar will reach the most important
segment of the population our college-bound
youth It is for them, whose values are in the
Jc.-rr.'i'.ve and sensitive stage, that the ques-
Commitment on Campus The Jewish
ptud< nl Faces the Future will be discussed
ir is sponsorec by the YM
' of Greater M:am. and the Bureau
Education. In this sense our com-
"-dicated to a wholeso::
r me ho .
ncy dediccr
education in to expose our
tq people to the problems sur-
:, inculcation and transmission of
vncient Jewish hentcge.
Toward this end. both tne Y and the
Bureau have chosen ten outstanding Jev.
spiritual leaders, educators, and community
leaders to present to our pre-college folk a view
of Judaism horn the young man's and, young
.woman's point of view today.
The seminar, scheduled through Apr. 17,
will be held both at the Central "Y" and the
temporary headquarters of the North Branch
"Y thus assurinq maximum saturation of our
teen population. We applaud this idea as a
worthy effort at awakening our children to
the responsibilities they hold both to themselves
end to their heritage.
High-Handed Government
'i dismcy the c 1 of Jon
e as editor of the Observer and
Middle East Review. The publication is an
organ of the Zionist Federation of Great Britain.
Kimche published an article in last week's
issue on the economic crisis in Israel. Among
other things, the article allegedly criticised
Israel's Minister of Justice Yaacov Shapiro.
Kimche's dismissal has now become a
cause celebre. particukrrly because it ts being
linked to a reported objection voiced recently
by Prime Minister Eshkol to the board of direc-
tors of the Zionist Review, whose principal
stockholder is the Zionist Federation of Great
Britain.
The dismissal comes on the heels of Israel's
unhappy treatment of two sensation-mongenng
"Bui" magazine editors who are supposed to
have breached sensitive security regulations
in their own country. We wonder at what point
censorship begins to become as dangerous to
the welfare of a democratic nation as the mis-
demeanor the two editors have been accused
of and punished for committing.
But when similar treatment can reach out-
side r-f Israel and overseas to a seemingly
independent" il ideoloaically Zionist publica-
tion the disputed issue of the Zionist Review
failed to appear1, then we are dea!:::a w
more than a question rf survival at ed
democratic decorum. We are nov.
handed gag government.
Balancing the Books
to t're US., es]
tic
o: oj:
Hence ae ho has I
rope
ac e repudiate
elections, but as a ccnsecuence of the co
electoral system, will stay m power until the
end of his term
A happy note is that a former Prime M
ister, Pierre Mendes-Frcnce. in political eel.-.
since 1958. is once again back in prominen i
Mendes-France was elected to the Nationcl
Assembly by defeatina his Gaullist oppor.
in his constituency of Grenoble.
But the French Jewish community despite
its cause for satisfaction in this reqard, must
also feel a sense of loss in the Charles
Gaulle repudiation. Down with his popular
went Foreiqn Minister Maurice Couve de M
vi'.le and Armed Forces Minister Pierre Mess-
mer.
Both axe old friends of both the Stc:* of
Israel end the Jewish community in
d
uring the weel
... as i see it
by HO MINDUN
I fSLIE FIEDLER ^7]?"
Sam* Cl.u, |{fa>
at the home of r-r ***
Joseph R N.ro,iBdJ*5
American ,I,A. ,*"**
the iBtfendini dissMesnZ
othe.lphab.- 2^J
of western c uliat
is the touch*: ni of ,
mtr,

.=> WT HNMTJlil ,llt uT
lectuaJ tin. s mehos S
Fiedler tied them all together The world renown.,'. nd V7*
looks like Santa Cteus. There is the playful if slight ,., 1(J ,.**
beard There is the long and curly hair a mki .< .
for the tonsonal equivalent of approval Above all ||
twinkle in hi- eye augmented by a feeling of pr. :
that ra observation he makes about men and their a\>
I. B. Sil r i- different. Prof Ficdlr:
' ghetto tradition broughl I

Id. e Singt I mid rhei
lit) of the

S
hfW HCROtS I.VffCf ON TNI SCIM
THEY NO LONGER -, ui youitf
' da> "u: joung ; ither h. i
What did the) -a> in the past" I asked
\ consider significant?"
Well." he taid, thi j eere learching for new
Hie) had a different world to explor.
being a .lew in Amerira Now thex've come to t:
The end of their exploration"" I asked You mej
and discovered?"
"Thej discovered." Prof Fiedler said, "that *i
1 failed to ask him what attracted Amen...- u* j,4
in the first place But he s explained it in the pest, m I
explained it that the recreation of Israel in our tim< explode!
a Hidden lientile curiosity about the Jews th.it i
time be xamined without ho-tility More to th-
examined almost sympathetically, and even with ..
awe For Israel reborn affirms the Old Teetai ncipfc sod
clashes ideologically with the New; in effect, it dis|
tfl the New.
Then you would say. I said, "that an> writ, r
Jewish u a Jewish writer and that his book- in r. nt
sanly Jewish."
"Yes
I mentioned Malamud whose Magic Barr:
acthetirally \alid rmthic achiexement Do you Ihir.k
was Jewish'


- Sei
DU TM IT A DIMMIIMIHI MltlT ACf
yj BOTH AGREED it was a lernble book Bui
** Yes, it s Jewish
"About \our feeling that our Jewish writers
are dying. I wondered Would you think th.
th.y have really discovered nothing either about tl
fundamentallv elemental eerchea into their Jewri
the> have failed to make their own leap of faitl
what it is to be Jewish""
Malamud in hi- ver> bad New Ijfe 1

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was not a Jewish book l'rot Fiedler Mid I-- I
i Jew writes about eomg out west Iota m i
Protestant mdetj and what becomes of that Jew
N"t I said, when his Jewishnevs i- a- I i
Jewish name onl> when we divine he is Jew
laga huneeli with a Jewish nam.
B) death I mean be laid, "that m>
Judaism than 1 h :, m> children and f
'i- in Out hope foi vUr \ ival can o
' disappear once n
Jew i The o |
u- to take it up Perhai othei |H'..,.;,
in some futu e time < rsonal rote is ab I
Tm SHUT mOMlNTAKUr flACCID
l^E RETURNED HERE
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l i ton < I;
ltu inith : Prof Pledtef Hid thai
I in rinding solution- Wf liv.
MiP.un. on th. intaUeet The Phoenicians w
the first to produce an alphabet, and we ve capiti
eeer imce In what etht nclet) would
s wb) the white \. lo-Saxon Protestant ma
. the alphabet
he no)
hahet will b, ^,vh downgraded Th.
iole I



making then own ground
[he) re bus) like the Phoenidani crettu
--i ll...ts the eras of it
t he
re ladiatif '
- as all feeling men are occa
lodh
i it had |


riday. March 17. 1967
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*en-Gurion Making Grand U.S. Tour
Continued from Pago l A
_n'\fam\m in Los Arrgeles. He
was asked bv an Arab listener:
'If God asks you, a' long time
from now, why V6\J took the land
of the Arabs in Palestine and
t>i*ked hem out against thir
will, whaf will you reply?" The
former Premier answered:
"Well, if God asks me this ques-
t on, I will answer him. You
promised this land 4,000 years
ago to Abraham and his chil-
dren." The audience responded
J with cheers to the reply. Mr. Berv
I Gurion also told his Arab ques-
I fioner that "we were there, I
think you will agree, long before
I you came there."
Ben-Gurion also met with out
|t;md;n>; figures >: the Los Angeles
I wish community and with 150
lembers of the L'nited Jewish Ap-
SECURITY CENSORSHIP
Continued from Page 4-A
lervention and suggested that a
rsonal grievance by Prof, Leibo
fcitz might he the i>sue At his suu
Igi-st'on the question was referred
Ite the Knesset Foreign Affairs
land Security Committee
peal Young leadership Cabinet
and Communitj Service Commit
tee At an evening meeting In the
Los Angeles Paladlum. tie address-
ed 3,000 persons before leaving for
Chicago tor a series of talks and
mi etings
At another meeting. 75 members
of the California Machal. made up
of Americans who fought for Is-
rael'S liberation in 1948. and some
50 Jewish Legionnaires who fought
with the British forces to liberate
Palestine in World War I. The Ma
chal members welcomed Mr. Ben
Gurion as their former command-
er in chief and the Legionnaires
welcomed him as their former com
rade-in arms They presented him
with checks for use for schoolbooks
and school materials at his Med
rasha in Sde Boker. his Negev
home.
The enthusiasm of both groups
became an embarrassed silence
when the former Premier asked
them why they had not come to
settle in Israel or send their chil-
dren to Israel
Ben-Gurion came to Los An-
geles from Philadelphia where
he addressed the inaugural din-
ner of the Allied Jewish Appeal
of the Federation of Jewish
Philanthropies. The dinner rais-
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Humphrey Joins in Dedicating JFK Synagogue
\ku YORK IJTA) Vice Kennedy International Airport access to the holy places ol three to serve not onlj the t6,000 traw Catholic chapel was dedicated
.' id ent Uunabrej Joined Jew- here. reat faiths, showing that "all men elers who paas through the facility month ago tw tri-faith compli
,,'.,, i ,, r .,.,,. : arc brothers and that they arc each year but also the 34,000 per is maintained jointly by the Ne
L ProtMU* Md CathoUc clergy- Prjh^g the first^sermon in m ,h<. of ((|.. ^ a|- A ^ (jf ,{>(bhls ,hi. ,,,....
Ln aif^uh^inijr ; wUh um of worship Mr ^^ ^ ^^ ^ ^^ f y f N,
CTiS^mISS^ S3SMISSUS. ProvSel cha,,N ereSed at the big a,,,,,,, there two years ., and Roman York and the Catholic Dtoc.....
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Israel's most
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that separate the settled population from 250,(K)0 immi- educational parity with the real of Israels citizens, turn-
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I, h this group that contains the largest families, the gent task. Help Israel speed .he, absorption. G.ve gen-
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Friday, Mm. h 17,
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Busy Agenda Scheduled for 21st Annual Meeting
Of Jewish Home for the Aged Sunday Afternoon
important ai'i-nila tu }* lunh SM SSt w w a
I n.l.iy, M-in h 17, I'M,/
Pao 9-A
DfDICUfP Off/CfffS f?f/MAIM AT THEIR POSTS
An Important ftnda, to be high
lighted bj an addles- b) fonMI ',
Florida Got LeBoj Colllni and ;
dedication of the new Starlight
Manor Mouse at the Jewish Home '
for the Aged list annual mcctins: I
Sunday 2 3(1 p m has hem read is
sad lor the session according to
JilA prcsl lenl i m Rom
With torn several hundred mem
bars, civic and religious leaden,
nd guesta especti d to attend, the
neeting will be the highlight of
the ll^nn- n \.-ai icth ities.
aim, included v the agenda li
a report of the nominating com
nittec .mil the annual report of
the president
I baa been the cuatom in the
previoua rears, the meeting will
he hold outdoors, and large tent
canop> Mill shelter those attend
Among thoM expected to be
on hand art most of the 111
permanent resident* of Douglas
Gardens, a far cry from the small
110 ost m.
preiidtnt
Starlight Manor
house Dedication
Dedication of the Starlight Mai
or lions, oa the grounda of the
Jewish Home for the Aged will be
the focal point of the Home's 21sl
annual masting Sunday at Douglaa
Gardens
The natel) two rtory struct
Nominations
To be Made
Irvia Korach, Dominating con
Bsittoe chairman of the Jewish
Home for the Aged announced that
th' names of the following mem
will ho | | for elei I
to Hi- board ol din | the
21 Sundaj
l:
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Ml
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I .l.l.s 1 irbiahed from top to
the Mas and Fannj
m foi Douglaa Gar
lenta n also will aaavi i
idence quarters for the Monies
(ecutivi directoi
Named m honor of the late
Samuel Emanuel Starlight, a
New York cigar manufacturer,
the building's renovation was
made possible through a contri-
bution by the honoree's widow,
Mrs. Corrine H. Starlight, of Mi
ami Beach.
group of 23 elderly persons who
constituted the resident popula-
tion when the Home first opened
its doors on Dec. 18, 1945.
Over the years, ann in addition
to contributions from its members
and sponsors, the Home has been
aided materially in Its growth by
the I'nited Fund of Made County
and the (Jreater Miami Jewish
Federation.
With the approach of this |m
portant meeting, these fine organ
btationa should be recognized for
their generoua assistance, Rote
said
"Without the help of these
two outstanding agencies, we
could not have hoped to have
grown at the rate at which we
have," Rose said.
Douglas Gardens and it^ *dja
cent property was purchased in
IIHii from the estate of a pioneer
Miami family, and the Home mot
ed there on .Ian. 18. 1951. thereby
increasing its capacity to 80 beda
Through the generous contribtl
tions of its many supporters, the
Home rapidly expanded its (aril
dies to its present capacity
Of its 222 residents, most of
AT THt Him
IWS. Cefcesi Judgt Cyeen
whom are sick or Incapai Itated,
e than ho percent are recipi
ants of public welfare t*hia is the
highest percentage of an) institu
tion of its kind in the countn
The Home is also one of the
few of its kind offe.mq compl.te
physical and vocational therapy
services, guidance counseling
and recreational workshop in
struction.
N '" Program ol religious cul
lural and m ial activities an
"Hi n 'i yi .ii round
One ol the features on Sunday's
'' mtitlcd Oui Residents
Speak will I.. ,, talk b) Max Mi
delson. chairman ol the Douglas
Gardi n re idents organization
V Bfl Mendelson hlmsell i
ling life all over again and
amazinj i.
When I came here thre. yrears
I didn i want la be ,, burden
'" n>J children, Mendelson said
l wasn t reallj sun- ghoul makini
the move
Sou l know that ibis ,s ., p|ace
where sou can be happj I wouldn t
wanl to i an) where else
On almost any giv,n day,
Mendelson can be seen scurry
ing in and around the various
wings of the modern complex
welcoming new residents and
helping to bring cheer to the
Home's room care patients who
*r unable to get about
Dovi'o* f lee man
** r.vit, B. .e ffr* Meyer lock Popitk <, ,_ ^
1 ol 19 Aftei settling in I in
ii hi look up i1
ng trade and latei r| |
goods store followed b) .i wenturi
manufacturing.
In 1948 he moved to Miami and
' here until he decided to on
ei Ihe Home in May. 194.
Mrs. Sol Siherman Mm. I. Si/vermon
'" "Edition to presiding ovei
'hi) meetingi ol ine residents
ization, Mendelson serves as'
bb*l all religious services held
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Tr ir afl I jpote .n "In I old Blood "
-Th<> i-olated world of the c. it
Wr family, its Uavooroci it- > .f
nj>hJ<-ou> piet] aad t> rafaaal to
accept :b*- realit;. or the relevar.ct-
cf people like Uickeck and Smith
nay bear aal> a dim repeat-*
tr> :h'- -adisoi and parka*"d happ*
1 ur
B i< : A .erica
that prea'asH 'b* rr.moS of the
10 tit found al-
no.' .me*bexe on th-
rk-
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programs ht response to life or egg pathetic
creatures la parade ofcsessiom
that haunt therm.''
reai bi Waattj "'
tr gl folluvtins e.ttunate of
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Clause Rebuffed
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nati- .b offu ipn
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uUl hif d t; ii>rn
aounj*;- it was on thai
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ati .ber but Margaret Mi-ad
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The David H Show:
iticaUj
I. but iu-\irth.
ingly unctuou- Hi- aJeOVl WMB4
war- age had a rambling about them, though oiler, n-diou-
and potQtlfa>. Tbe format no* ha*
ahangad Su*kind *tm. aliiio.-t
offended. |ier.>onall> grieved when
hi- giaajta disagree with him Like
Burke and Pyne. he ha* difficult)
in keeping his ego out of the pic
ture "
The Alan Burke Show:
Burke gjuaaU one night included
leu aakmn from a local
York nijjht spot The lad)
appearing fully clothed lal
though admitting under Burke -
withering attack that -be was
weariaj her aaatata uBdgrneathi
wa- a>ked iuch infantile Uiee-
a- Why do you suppose pa
enjoy your work" Her it
feiLse of her tople.vMic->- u.-
intelligent than lurfca
mind The gracious host
taunted her to display her wan
and then accused Mayor l.intL-as
of had taste U tuple--
"Burke delights in dealing with
kooks. On the night I watched, a
pathetic individual took the
mike and made an earnest, but
totally unintelligible, plea for
world peace, at one point sug-
gested that our strife today can
be traced to the mistreatment of
Judas. The audience snickered
as he went on to sav that he
had sent telegrams to the Pope."
The Joe Pyne Program The
<- fro:
v and recalls
West's I be Da) 1 I '
On th<
< nil
1
.Uitouted
to the v. inn.
in- dispense- advice of dubi
ou- value and 1- oiten cruel and
iBSUltinfl Ihi- most shocking mo
oient came when a ysjaVsf Negro
came forth to make an impa.ssjoned
though awkward plea for federal
funds to finance a youth center in
danger of bein shut down The
boy had Double COpaBf. with Pyne'*
deliberately confusing qucstion-
Pyai told him to >it down.
as th< audience howled with laugh
' 1
William F. Buckley's Firing
Line: The aggrCl Bl Wil
nan. t Backlev i- BJJO I badge
that :- Beginning to wear Ilia "fir
.ii_ Una -how ithe title is ligni-
t features ihe host in
wilh an invited guest usually a
political figure of opposing viewi
Buckley is informi-d. ha- a
of humor but is far uion- inu r
aatad In osMujpsassBBhsp than m
probini; iataai Hi- strategy la la
upset, twist word out af context,
ilxip scorn and aim for IBC jugular
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leminar on Jewish Values
Set at V for College Youth
ordinating for the North Dado ses- "Those experimental studies will
sions will be Louis Schwartzman. be revised and hopefully conducted
executive director of the Bureau on an annual basis after full evalu
of Jewish Education. ation," noted Ossip
reaching program co spon
\ m and w\\ \ "i
Miami and Ihe Bureau ol
I Education, geared to help
:h schi "I students become
illi :<. was announced
i akc, president of
"V." and Al
. sidenl o( the Bureau <>t
Education
discussion set lea entitled
tmenl on Campus The
idenl Paces the Future."
. held concurrently in the
Branch <>f the "Y." 8500
Si and the North Count)
temporar) facilit) al lloo
st starting Mar 2u The
: five discussion sessions
ilve as speakers ten lead
tonalities familial with the
Jewish attitudes in the
Miami area
I Said Faske, "College students,
Specially Jews, seem to lose
loir identities and even become
infused and involved in a va-
riety of causes without knowing
their goals or even the direction
they are taking. The intent of
this experimental series of dis-
cussions for 11th and 12th grade
high school students is to con-
vey sufficient information to
these young men and women so
that they mav be aware of their
roles and identity as Jews on the
college campus."
Each discussion session will be
held from 7 ::o to B p m The firsl
wrill be held next Mondaj Topic
will be What Makes a Jew a Jew
Discussion leader for the central
"Y" branch will Ik- Rabbi Morris
Kipper, spiritual leader "i Temple
Judi a At Ihe North < ount)
branch, il will Rabbi Jonah K
Caplan, ol Sky lake Synagogue
On Mar 27. the topic will be
Is God Dead on thi ( ampus
Leading the discussion will be
Dr Joseph Narot, spiritual leader
ol temple Israel ["he North Coun
EDITOR FIRED FROM BRITISH ZIONIST REVIEW
Continued from Page 1 A
Cabinet and the Jewish Agency
rael which, in the boards executive s>arply criticized the
gave an incomplete analysis publication for attacks, under Kim
It in situation. The editor refused che's name, against the Minister of
laccepl the decision of the edi- Justice, in connection with the re
hal board, and the directors are cent secrel trial, conviction and
taking loual advice in regard sentencing to one-year prison terms
the situation created." of the editors of the Israeli weekly
In Jerusalem, both the Israeli "Bui
ty speaker \\il! be Rabbi Samuel
Jaffe, ol l< mple Beth El in Hollj
wood
On Apr 3, topic ill be I
Important are Fratei nities ind So
(int ies i'i Colli Discu
leader at Ihe Central branch will
be Dr Donald Michaelson, execu
live director ol the Ilili>l Pounda
lion i niversitj ol Miami Head
ing the group at the North County
location will be Dr Max Lipschiti
spiritual leader of Temple Beth
Torah, North Miami Beach.
On Aor. 10. the discussion
topic will be "Are There Specific
Jewish Values?" Discussion lead-
er at the central branch will be
Dr. Walter Zand. executive di-
rector of American Jewish Com-
mittee in Miami. Discussion head
for the North County will be Dr.
Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader
of Temple Emanu-EI.
The \p 17 topic will be What
doe-- tin- State of Israel Mean to
Me what i- the Jewish Commu
nitj Leader ai ihe Central
Branch will be Daniel Neal Heller,
pa-i national commandet of the
Jewish War Veterans In Ihe North
Hade program il will be Robert
Porman, assistant executive direc
tor ol the Greatet Miami Jewish
Federation
Coordinating the series at the
Central branch will be Ira Stein-
met/, program director of Ihe YM
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Conser.atv* Rabr. Harold R:hter
Cantor jack Lerner

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Rabbi Philip Chaiton i_antor Theo-
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SVNAftOGUE 1SU Washington Ave
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Cantor Abraham Se'f
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TEMPLE SINAI OF" NORTH MIAMI
Temporary office 1820 NE 164th St
Reform Rabbi Ralph Kingsley
Cantor Chet Gait.
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TEMPLE ZION. 8000 Millar Rd Con
tervative Rabbi Alfred Waaman
i p in Harmon Th
Htlll Klanll rid I -i the
Law*
I in of Mi
Herbert i:i .- i .,, ..
By RABBI DAVID ROSENFELD
Beth Moshe Congregation
Th;- wi-ck we comnMnce the
reading of thi- Thud Booh ol llosei
entitk-d "Leviticus." in Hebrew,
"Vayikrg Ihe Sidrth introduces
the law> of sy<
rifices that v.ere
hrouiiht to the
Sanctuarj and
Altar in Jeru>a
lent CarruneoteV
lon offer many
expiai in
the purpose of
MICI II K i'
The offemiL;-
wcre to reflect -
spirit of crati
tude, humility,
and atonement
Ihe Todah" va-
an offering of
Thanks ^ i \ ing
The "Hattat" vsa- a gjrmbol of con-
trition and penitence The Shla-
min' wen peace-offeringa Mai
monides submits that tht- sacrifices
were outward manifestation's of
devotion leading to the inward
dedication of the hi 'the
Merciful desiref the heart The
itbers belie\*e that these sacril
brought men cloter t'> t.
F\en a Mnuha th.- n
brought by the po
to th.- aim | htj if it v
with sincerity emanaf
heai I
The faithful who m
give of hi- tubstai i
of '..Hi indicated that
pared to o beyond lip-.s
'
Kmkbi lasenfela-
translate hi- taith inti
i There were elao publii
mnna! sacrifices The
Tiibur." an offering froi
tire congregation
intended to teach lessoi
cipline, self-denial i.
dedication to God ami
The "Korban Tamid
sacrifice tau :i.i thai i
pel ience Is an in go n I
tion to t.ixl and man
by regular daily woi il
m- moment cannot I..
intermittent!) but ihi
itant seeking ol Qod'i
spirit
u ith the cessation
aftei the destruction of
pies, the >tud> of I .1
and Mitzvol replaced these
offerings
"Behold, obedience su|
sacrifice Shannn our nealtl
h
1
the poor is considered ai
The word. Koroan. la derived t0 c.od Our eommuniti mi
from the word. 'Karov.' which reflect
meant near Therefore. th- indi
\idual bringing the offering ob
lained a closer proaumit) wiih
(Jod and His law
Moreover it was not the quan
it) b ii atl i the qualit) il ipiril
vhicti accompanied the saci
I'hicb
well
upon thi> as we an
beini; asked to respond to the
bined Jewish Appeal, wl
Men not only the ;i i :
distressed, the aged, thi
the homeless and the hui
Lei us ail bring oui
ban' offerings to 11
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M*r 19
f.'a- 19
Mar J|
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Pai' R Sarol remp -
Ret Alln it H St h
Lutherai i h Fr Don i I
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SYNOPSIS OF THE TORAH FORTION VAYIKRA
Two lambs offered as a sacrifice in atonement I
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IIFERETM ISRAEL
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Wernick


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VOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER Ml
AMI 990 NE 171st St Orthodoa
Ratibi Sharwin Stauber Cantor
Pincut Aloof
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YOUNO ISRAEL OF MIAMI BEACH
1442 44 Washingtori Avt. Rabbi Naf
tali Poruah
-in.
And he shall brm>: forfeit unto the Lord for his
which he hath sinned' (Lev 5 6).
VAYIKRA God called to Moses from the tent of me.
and revealed the sacrificial laws The burnt offering u is
consist of a male animal without blemish; if it be :i i ml.
it was to be a turtledove or a young pigeon The pui
of this offering which was to be completely burned >..-
to make atonement for evil thoughts. The gwal-offei
was to consist of fine flour, raw. cooked, or stewed
erally intended as a free-will offering
The peace offering, of cattle or sheep, either ma
female, was another freewill offering, or vow. offered in
the name of a family The sin-offering was intended to make
amends for sins committed by error Different categ i.....
of individuals and groups_were to sacrifice different animals
for sin offerings The annointed priest and the congregatioi
offered a young bullock, the prince a he goat, a con
person a she goat The person who touched an unclt
object, or failed to keep a vow. must bring a female la
or a female goal for a sin-offering, and if he could
rd either, he must hung two young pigeon- or lurtli
doves the first as a burnt-offering the second i
ring
A ram served a- i .unit offering In the case of a viola
'. >( a negative Thou shalt not i commandment
case- of theft of articles set aside a- bol)
Thi recounting of the Weekly Portion of tha Law is *
tracted and based upon "Tha Graphic History of tho Jewish
Haritao" edited by P. Wollman-Tiamir, $15 Publisher it
Shengold, and the volume ii available at V William S.( New
York 5. N.Y. President of the society distributing the yolume
is Joseph Scblang.



riday. March 17. 1967
+Jmlst> Fk rid inn
Page 13-A
iamuel H. Tobin,
former Realtor,
[asses Away, 86
OTHER Of ATMS .. SK.
jsaniurl H. Tobin, retired Miami
lach Realtor, of 901 16th St.. died
his home on Mar 10a, the age
86
La Pade County resident for the
H 50 years, Mr. Tobin came from
Dvidenec, R.I. and founded what
|no Tobin and Tobin Realtors
Miami Reach in 1916. Since his
\: merit five years ago. the of-
has been operated by his ion
and Harold's wife, Norms
Born in Lithuania, Mr. Tobin
.e to the United States with
|s family when he was 10. Mr,
[S'n was a member of the Elks,
|,->rrr Beach Bo p'e Emanw-EI, and Pioneer
,d of Dede County.
S Ir'lf(
Iher sons.
--'. I Leo
| i Beai
: U Bl ;
R i .. iam 12
Ircn in< luding atton
Hie lai m
i n
|r\ices were held Sundaj Mai
Riverside Normandy Isle
I' with interment in Star of
lit Cemetery.
h. s.imi.i. i .i :. ..t i<;' n i:
.. .-. i \ i. m.ii t i: .. i
\ Miara Bi H Chapel.
18 Ui Ti Mia '.. ol I"0 SE
SYrvlrea iri \. York I 'it v
Kl\< i -i.i. I '..lit Kd Cha
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II V Mil it
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kSON. VI..- t \t M, ral ISJ W
Hi.ili Ii .-. i \ I. Mai
siiia i j.Ims ltd Chain i
'NOV. Mm : SI .!-
\\ >. n .. ^ Mai I I S< man
.. Il<
iffer. Stephen, :'. of 1800 K
\.- Hlaleah Service* Mar IS
[K:\trntfW [Hu,rlaa Ha t'hap*
lr. Mrs Marsh IS, ol NTS
- ^. ii.. in k. -i Hill.
n i --1
|TOR. Prank, SI. ol SOJ! rlyh
s< r\ i. n in Itoaton RiveraMe
indy lale Chapel
ions, John. ST, il Coll ii-
Habj Ion, S Y Blai -
Jv 'iii'i I
|DWN, Isidore, *. ( SSS5 CM-
\ .. Service* in Nest York City
-1,1. M-. n Rd I 'hn| I
iurch. m Harry, *" of 784
I'< rinsv Ivanlu Aviv Bervtcea in
BrOOkllllO, Maaa Ni'Hiimn Enjzu !'.,l
Home.
cordon, lira. Batar, 1667 Bay Rd.
Harvtcea In Tel-Avtv, li>ra-l New-
man Kancral Home.
HIRSCHFIELD. tint 71. ,.f IS6t <"l-
iin Au Bervtcea Mar. IS at Rlv-
-iilr Ncrniundy It. Chapel.
JOFFE. Mayan, SS, ol 1865 SE lt'.Tth
.-i .-< r. i.. s ]. Sew v,., k ii
R vrali'< N Miami Beach Chapel
kavs. Royal, 58, -.f ISO! Colllna Ave
.-< t .. >. in Henry, III. Blashers
Chapel.
Rakower. Mrs Annie, SI, NK ITSrd 8t Bervlcea in New York
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traced by Simon Wiesenthal,
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who flod from an Austrian pris-
oner-of-war camp In 1948, Is on
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issuad by the Austrian Govern-
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had been ;:ti Austrian police offi
cer when il- Hitler regime t">>r<
control Gestapo and rose from informer
to captain in charge ol construc-
tion of concentration camps He
supervised the building of the
camps at Treblinka and Sohibor
and later commanded both camps.
Stangl's arrest was announced
by Abreu Sode, Governor of Sao
Paulo State, who said: 'The gen-
ocide, Frani Paul Stangl, who
made martyrs of tho Austrian
people and is responsible for the
death of 700,000 Jews, has boon
detained by the Department of
Political and Social Order and
transferred to federal authorities
for tho process of extradition."
He said Stangl ranked only be-
hind Martin Bormann, Hitler's
deputy, and Lt. Gen. Heinrich
Muller, head of the SS, on the
list of "most wanted" Nazi crim-
inals.
The background of the events
that led to the arrest was revealed '
in Amsterdam by Wiesenthal, head
of the Jewish Documentation Cen-
ter at Vienna.
Wiesenthal. whose office had
been credited with tracking down
the late Adolf Kirhmann. leading
to the lattcr's apprehension in Ar
gentina and his subsequent sen
tencini! to death and execution in
Israel, said he first was offered
Stangl's address in 1964 by a for-
mer membei ol (hi Nazi -ecu l
lici The informant whose name
was i i| revi
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thai, I hi luced his
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ther the
agreed 1 n Iress at a
prici of i cent per victim. Since
Stangl had been responsible for an
mated 7( 'Mien death-, he was
promised a payment of ST.ooti upon
Stangl's arrest
Alter lengthy negotiations with
high-ranking Brazilians, Wiesen-
thal said, he was told last Decem-
ber that Stangl would be arrest-
ed on the order of the newly-
elected Governor of Sao Paulo
Province, in Brazil, Roberto
Abreu Sodre, as soon as the Ar-
gentine Embassy in Brazil would
request the man's extradition.
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Only three Jews living now
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all the Jews sent to Treblinka and
Sobihor under Stangl's command.
Wiesenthal said. All three are pre-
pared to testify when Stangl comes
to trial, he added The cost of the
entire Stangl operation, conducted
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Friday, March 17. ;
967l
By:
MAX LERNER
JFK Aftermath Shows Life Can Still be Excitiii;
H'
New ()i leans
|ERE WE GO again. With an
other "plot" in the story of
the Kennedy assassination. This
New Orleans mystery is either a
desperate bid by a local district
attorney to grab the national spot
light or else the weirdest unravel
ing of a tangled web in the history
o. ,">,i..i.h conspiracy Take your pick, but for the
moment my glMU i- that in the end nothing will
be proved, but that the already existing suspicions
will be strengthened, and the legend of an unsolved
plot will persist
Death stalk- the Kenned) case 01 the three
men whom District Attorm I rison named as in
I: plot, two are d ad, (iswald h n
the air pilot who recently died.
eithe or bj his ow n hi
The third, Claj Shaw, has
and the D./ pel atives hav< si
- and effi cts
me who complains that life has lost its
ind been flattened out in a ci mputei
might try to think ol something more dramatic than
the arrest of a wealth) and distinguished real estate
man. a pillar of the New Orleans community, usu
ally regarded as a Stevensonian liberal, on the charge
of having been involved in a plot against Kennedy's
life. Here in New Orleans it brought the kind of gup
of astonishment that one recalls when Algier Hiss
was first accused of being part of the Communist
spy apparatu-
Vou walk down Magazine Street and gaze at the
house that Oswald lived in. where he kept pro Castro
literature and practiced his rifle shooting in the
summer of that fateful year, 1963.
You walk past the little branch library, named
after a man called Bonaparte who once willed Ins
to We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAL
Ominous Future
PHEY ARE MUCH older now and they
" some among those who realil
ed in their day what a monstrosit) Naz
i nd how courageously one had
Bishop Otto Dibelius is dead
i hallenged V"< racial
i thrice b) Hitler's
r) Morgenthau Jr i- lead at
''> he who advanced the Morgenthau
which German) would nevei a^aui be in
to n ach the heights a- an industrial nation
Werner Best i- not dead At ti:i. he i- report
Ivisoi to the Stit ties < onci i German bankers and
leers at a salary <: 132,000 As a lieutenant gen
m the n.i. Sccurit) Service, he helped oversee
portation ol Jews from France and the Scandinavian
tount;
And it was Werner Best who, in 1940, made this
and acute observation The Jewish question i- dynamite
with which we (Nazis) blast the ions where the las) liberal-
-t snipers have then- nests, since countries which abandon
.lews thereby abandon their former Judaized way of living
with false ideas of lilierty
UecalJing the honorable Germans like the late Bishop
Dibelius and the contemptible Germans like Werner Best.
a ho is enjoying prosperity alter parole as a convicted
war criminal, thoughtlul Jews everywhere are more con
eerned than most people about the new danger signals
out of Germany
The success (d the .National Democratic Party in
i ut He- e and Bavarian election- dismays us The ele-
vation f a former Nazi Party functional*) to the chancel
Jorship oi West German) perplexes us.
We note the strong attraction of the right-wing Ms
tional Democratic Party for young people, and we wonder
The-e youths were children when Hitler and Eva Braun
died in their bunker They weie not Nazis Moreover, these
young people have been so we are constantly told by
the progressives in West German) indoctrinated with
democratic beliefs, thanks to the new educational processes
the United States and her allies have insisted upon for
the deleated Germans. But do they cherish democratic
ideas'" Are liny not rather younger pioneers m German) I
t trj at Nazism in a modem guise?
Entering the conclaves of the NDP, they are given
his party line: Reunification ol the two Germain- i- a
political imptratve; W must take our affairs out of the
hands of conquerors and give them to a German DcGaullc.
a worthy nationalist; there must be no more war-guilt
trials, the "lies" regarding Germany's Maine for wars
must be stamped out; we shall no longer submit to being
blackmailed into paying billions in reparations; we have
had too many foreign workers eating into our resources.
Thus the soft sell. No demand for a fuhrer. goose
stepping. And yet the election handbills betray the under
statements of the official party pronouncements For it
is in the campaigning that one hear- The 12 years of
the Thousand Years' Reich must not be followed by 988
us ol de Na/ification The federal agency for the
investigation of Nazi crimes m Ludwigsburg is g stain
on the nation."
grandiose dreams, where Oswald used to check out
a series of books which define the profile of man
determined to be a pivot of history
Brooding on Oswald in this frame the theatrical
becomes the appropriate in a case where nothing is
impossible
The assumed action in the case one constructs
from Garrison's statements is pursued in the shadows
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Powell Case Makes
Cong. Celler Sad
CONGRESSMAN Enianuel Celler.
** who headed the committei
lit p Vdan
Powi II, wa not ver) happy about
his assignment, one can under
land his feelings Mi Powell has
something of the old Adam in him,
iddicted to partaking of forbidden
ruit and. metaphorically speaking,
- "o*ne does not like to sit in judgment
on a colleague.
Celler told a colleague in Congress, according
to the New York Times, that his own position re-
minded him of the story of the three men. Pietro.
Kelly and Cohen, who were sentenced to be given
forty lashes Pietro asked that some olive oil he
rubbed on his back before being beaten Kelly didn't
want anything, he would just stand and take it
When Cohen was asked what he wanted, he said:
"I want Kelly on my back."
Celler is regarded as one of the witty men of
Congress and la addicted to punning, lie once de
scribed American policy in the Middle Bast as Suez-
cide. The Congteaaanan'S name reminds ii- of a pun
of the traveling salesman who asked the girl in
the -tore where the buyer was. I don't know where
the buyei Is," She replied, but the cellar is in the
baa ment
Congressman Celler, for some -to years, has
represented whal is probably the strongest Jewish
constituency in the country the Jewish
klyn The most intensely Jewish of course wa*
i.s\iiie Hi Brown, eminent todaj in the world
ol bn '. who was born in Brownsville,
us thai .t was not until he was
that l \ i nan- did m
\ iddish
it does not hurt it a < hild -h
it actual!) hi Ips in later leai ning r in
stance, aftei I youi mother -a> in Rood Yid
dish "ich geh alk." it is much >
understand the English i in l am
to take a walk "
One oi the little boys in N iddish sp< ak
Brownsville that Hi Brown used to plaj with
Dann> Kaminsk) Today he is better known as Da
Kaye Many men prominent in American life came
from these Yiddish saturated areas ol Brooklyn.
borderlands of homosexual ties and political ii
ity. If Garrison tails to establish the identity
(lay Bertrand." a name which he alleges to h, ,,,
alias for Clay Shaw, then his whole conspiracy uj)|
tumble like a hiimpty-dumpty
If he makes it stick, then he could not
get the nomination for lieutenant governor, which
he has been gunning for. but could make a lea)
the national picture as Nixon did in the His- epl
If this happened it would be the first |,
career growing out of the investigation into
nedy's death
It all seems highly unlikely, except that m\ .
Orlean- friend- tell me it is dangerous to writi
Garrison either as an adventurer or a blundi
lie has established himsell here a- a man yo
hitter not tangle with, because he fights I
i how to land on his
In tin- el r. w here the Ii ail is
iws -o tenuous, on< guess .
led hi in si
Capitol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN
He Chooses to Di<
IS CONSCIENTIOUS objection
taiy service b) an Orthodox Jew suf-
ficient evidence of mental disea
justify commitment to a psychotic ward1
This question emerged in the case of pvt.
Robert Levy, a '22. year old formei "i
shiva Student The Army ordered Levy i
confinement on grounds that his ,
lous objections to war indicated dera
men" onscicntions objection is accepted on humanita
and religious grounds b) the Conservative and R< I
elements of Jewry orthodox Jewry has not taken >ui
position The official Orthodox group ha- endorsed I
Viet Nam war
The \rm\ assigned an Orthodox chaplain.
Keinsod, to the case in the expressed hope that the
lain could persuade Lev) to conform Inm-clf to n
duty But Levy's interpretation of Judaism api
;. red from that ol the rabbi
I.. \ said that his Jewish convictions led h
belii lhal It l am su|
\ host soli reason for existence is I

it will be for what I l i boose I
seh i Is of wat
I will bi ioI
I I .:
that mysell
V
foi oluntai il) i
in thi .1 if Ix'vy said i
joined Ip care for the sii k at
i d but came I le war was un i
he hel| lients returning from Viol N
i lly was so influenced by some "t the \
veterans that he decided lhal continued n
any capacity tended to support an institution
ethical deeds
Overseas Newsletter: By ELIAHU SAIPETER
Unhappy Case of Israeli Gag Rule
Jei usalem
yWHAT WILL BE the con-.
** quences? That i- the central
question asked in Israel whenever
the Bui Affair" is discussed these
day- And the question i- a-ked
in at least three different con
texts the international, the do
mestic political and that of the .
freedom ol press and civil rights In December, the
Israeli sex-and-crime weekly. Bui (Stamp), went into
print with a cover story implying thai Israelis were
involved in the kidnapping of Moroccan exile Ii
Ben Barka in France The -tnry was punted without
having passed the required militar) press censor-
ship, Police confiscated the magazine from the news-
stands and the editor. Shmuel Mor. and his assistant,
Maxim CiUn, were arrested and later sentenced to
one year under the espionage' paragraph ol the
State Security Ijw.
The arrest, the trial and the sentence were all
carried out in secret, the courts hav .ng agreed to the
secreo request ol the state Prosecutor The Israel
press wa- prevented from publishing a single word
about the whole affair. It was The New York Times
which broke the story, devoting to it many columns
After >he -i,y was published in New York Israeli
Papers were permitted to reprint it and make some
editorial comment
The Foreign Ministry, presumably, was primal
concerned with the possible consequences ol I
disclosure on Israel's international relation- I
was hardl) an) argument in Israel that thi- conci
was legitimate. thOMgh many felt that it was greal
crated by the air oi secrecy and my-'-
given to it b) the authorities. Mepai circles, on thi
other hand. COUld well be concerned Ovei 'hi' DOS
domestic repercussions, particuiarl) concerniiu
Prime Minister Eahkol's standing, should the afl
have any international rnnarquencci
it -taiui- to reaaon that the law vaa aot inn
to include publication in the pie--, aepecifJl)
it was quite obvious to everybody that the purpose
wa- sensation inongeiing and not any nefol
intelligence activity Yet. the Govei nnicnt (which
could have easily used the existing stringent c<
ship regaUtiens) chose to apply the law against
espionage; and. what is even more shocking, the
courts accepted this very far-fetched interpretation
of the law
Gianted that the Eshkol Government became
more panicky than there was any reason to be Yet
the application of Israel's most severe law against
two editors (who. as the I'io editor himself stated in
the trial, merely acted "irrc-poiisibly" but not with
intent to barm), could have only one interpretation
It was aimed not so much at Bui. as a warning to
the independent daily press, to watch more carefully
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^Jewish Floridian
Miami, Florida. Friday. March 17, 1967
Section B
Rabbi Kaufman to Address
Florida ADL Region Meet
[| was great,'' says A. J. Molasky (left), following a cocktail
. on behalf of the Combined Jewish Appeal which he and
lte hosted this week for their Mimosa Apartment neigh-
Although Molasky could be talking about the superb
h delivered by CJA chairman and guest spaaker. Ben
. on current problems and crises, lccally and in Israel.
met by CJA's beneficiary agencies. Molasky was really
: ng to the S5.000 increase over last year and the record
iance of Mimosa Apartment residents. Abe Kutash (cen-
who served on the Mimosa CIA committee, has assumed
:isibility for the building's follow up campaign for CJA.
King Cole Group
To Hear Noted
Israeli Newsman
Florida Regional Board of the
Anti-Defamation League of B'naJ
I? nth will hold I special board
dinner to honor Rabbi Jay Kauf-
man, executive vice president of
the 300.000 member Rnai Rntli
The dinner will he held on
Thursday, Mar 30, at the Algiers
Hotel, beginning at 7 p.m. The din<
ner will also include the formal
introduction to the community of
Arthur N Teitelbaum, newly-ap
pointed director of ADL's Florida
Regional office
As chief administrative officer
of the world's largest Jewish
service organization, whose ac-
tivities span 44 nations of the
free world. Rabbi Kaufman has
both policy and operational re-
sponsibilities in directing the
complex of B'nai B'rith programs
that extend from youth work,
vocational counseling and adult
education, to civil rights and in-
ill resident! have a spe
in store for them when
tti nd i ombined Jewish
breakfast planned for Sun-
rning. Mar -<>
Kolitz, International!) re
d and acclaim* d author
-i and n.otiun picture and
i al prooucer, has been
tiled .i- guest speaker foi the
Cole event, reports Stephen
lei and I'hilip Ri CO
n i>i the high rise s cam
-n on behalf of the 1967 I JA
Kolitt it the co-producer on
Broadway of one of the most
controversial plays of the cen-
'ory "The Deputy" a Tony
nd winning production which
ocuied new attention on the
question of violence as a moral
crime. He is now preparing the
production of the first Biblical
musical comedy in Broadway's
h'story, "King Solomon and the
Cobbler."
In addition, Kolitz has recentl)
d .i film, ine w aj in
and is imw working on a
; he I i
ul i noranci due be
hi d thi
It isn't often that a little piece of paper can produce three
smiles, but this one did it's a pledge card to the Combined
Jewish Appeal. The smiles belong to I. E. Bearman, lames
Aberman, and Milton Margulis. The pledqe card belongs to
the group they co-chair CJA's Paint, Chemicals, and Plas
tics Group. The occasion for the qet-together was the group's
campaign opening breakfast, where signed pledge cards
showed a 22 percent increase in giving.
RABR1 KAUfMAN
tergroup relations, internationa
affairs, civic and veterans s*rv
ices, and philanthropic suppor*
of community and social service
institutions.
Rabbi Kaufman assumed h:s
post May l, 1965. He previously
served for eight years as vice pn
ident of the I'nion of Amei
Hebrew Congregations the firsl
to hold that office in UAHC's hi--
lor> sharing with Dr Maurice
Eisendrath, president of
I AHC, executive direction of the
parent bod) ol reform Judaisn
the United Stan -
Rabbi Kaufman was born
Cleveland, O., attended its public
.- and was graduated I
Western Reserve Universit)
was indained in l!'4;
Union College (Cincinnati) where,
a- a -indent he was awarded th-
Youngerman Pi ize im Pn
Continued on Page 2-B
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ZVI KOLITZ
\ bread fast sch< dulcd for
ii, m the King Col '
s.i Ion, w ill I"' host< d b)
. rt Blum ai d Donald Kon i
Set v ing as mcmbei "i Ihe
ire Sam '
pnblil Harold t hai i \l< s
ul, Philip Coli '"i
. Moi. i Kim nhauser, Philip
Ru i .1,, ; Roth
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+JenistFkrLli'ir
Frida
y. March 17,195.
Cap*. Leo Gardner Specks to Zion
i ;,|>t i eo i. execul
Virlines, nol
air i" 1 In inisl lor, war
1 traveler and auUmritj on
touriam, will be guest speak-
er al the Miami Beach Zionist Die-
rut Luncheon Clut- on Wednes-
day. 12:15 p.m. at the National
Hi Ii 1. 1677 Collinj Avc.
1 .nntor Saul Breeh. chairman of
h. club, has announced that no
istiona -lie necesaar) foi the
\ dairj luncheons which
to 'in- public
1. who -t-r\ i m the
, : si ned
fly
ists
1 J. '.'. |.'
reel While [
tack by .1. J" r
ner was one ol 1 ***
the .up,.!,,. n .r
was the seed *
as i Hi* op. ff|Cl,ran,
Capt. Gardm, is ,, ,n ^
of the southern .,;. ,7*
>">-. wh offices in turn
He has dm to ,.:
and is a noted
affa..- *""*
Dr Abrahan, ^
view tii
mun.tv singii
tied
Like flowers thai bloom in the spring so your.g women who served on the Ball
were the lovely ladies who attended the Spring committee. Left :o :
Ball of the Corr.bmea Jewish Appeal's Young ton Levey, Mr. a Morris Lev tl N 1
Women's Division held last Sanuday r.iqht Mis. J. Allen Siege! Mr. at
at Westview Country Club. Above are the Singer, and Dr. and Mrs Ira H
CJA Campaign Moving On
All Fronts in Community
Continued 'rom Pag* 1-B
as-d Horn an W< \kr.
Spirit of Giving
Miami Beach's 1100 West Kve
will be filled with I01 bag< and
the spirit of giving this 11
morning, when apartment dwellers
in the Forte Towers North Forte
rowers enter, and Fort. Towen
South rally to the 1 na if the
Combined Jewish Appeal
The high-rises' resid 1 .'1 at-
tend a CJA breakfast in behi
'he IJKiT
funds for ttu supp rt : er 50
local, nati
Daniel Neal Heller chairman
of CJA's Residence ard High-
Rise Division, who ll guest
speaker for the Porte Towers'
breakfast, will d-scuss these ben-
eficiary agencies, including the
United Jewish Appeal.
I'JA ci ntribul I eaith
1 d nrelfan of tl
The CJA brei
for 10 a m ir. th in
Co-chairmen for I :.*<
1 \ -ider.ee camp are Sol
Silver Nal i Net and Bei
ard H Libei
Oliver House Aid
Jewish Appeal camraisn
The two co-chairmen have en
listed the aid of a CJA committee
con.posed of Oliver House resi-
dents and have set aside Sundaj
morning, Mar. 26. as the dal
a Combined Jewish Appeal break-
for <>!iver House residents.
The gathering 1- scheduled for 11
residents of Terra
last ar's CJA drivi \
reported
Liquor Group
I.iquor Ore.
i-h Appeal has n >w
leadership lit
a 11 in the Olivei Housi Card Plans for its first
on Fndav
R< 1 n
: : : e tnmitt
Harold Bra
Will m M Brown, \ nherc,.
I Frei mai ..:-. Kei n
i David S
Terroce Towers
rrace Tow( rs res
1 rtrate their r.cern :or lo
national, and
Sunday mornii
the* gather together for breakfast
on behalf of the Combined J<
William Agranove, Terrace
Towtrs chairman, has announced
that the associate chairman of
CJA Residence and High-Rise
Division, Ben Essen, will be
guest speaker at the Terrace
Towers conclave. Essen, local
attorney and civic leader, will
ciscjss the 1967 needs of CJA's
beneficiary agencies at 10 am.
i- 'e 20 Island Avenue Restau-
rar"
Leo A
Liquor SI 11
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KQSHtKZlOU
KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE COMPANY OF CHICAGO
I Dr. Mi for a
Rabbi Kaufman Will
Address Florida ADL
Continued '-orr "ge B
and
On ibbi
man wa HUC's Henrj
Moj jenthi
which allowed hn : the
rabbinic
studies al tin Hel rew inn ersitj
in )>'i u 1 1 in md hia ife, the
for ii Vviva Gcx .1 ( incin
nati. were in Israel dm ins the -
tabli in. ent ol ts statehood and
survived the Arab tiege ol J<
ak in
Rabbi Kaufman serves with a
number of national and interna-
tional coordinating groups, in-
cluding the World Conference of
Jewish Organizations (COJO),
the Conference of Presidents of
Ma,or American Jewish Organ-
izations where he is chairman
of s committee on scope and
structure, the National Commu-
pit, Relations Advisory Council
NCRAO and the World Council
for Jewish Education where he
.s a member of its praesidium.
"' I Of tl.i
committee of the Laboi Zion-
ist Organization of \merica
>t the board ol the Association of
Jewish Communit) Relations Work
era
He is a former hoard member
"' 'he s*. n< il ol Amei
ica and ol the National Jewish
Welfare Board ai I
of the Governing Bod) of the
World I nion for Progri ssive I
IMII
in 1962. Rabbi Kaufman
1 sabbatical htave in Israel,
he lectured and wrote in Hebrew
and assisted in the establishment
of institutions of Liberal JuJ..
Sanka Coffee tastes as good ai
or better than your usual coffee
AjuI it's. 97% ciUfcin free
5>o. drink, it, enjoy it-in good health
It'j 100% real coffee, too.
inw ,. *,u*lrw has been removed,
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Friday. March 17. 1967
+JwUt> Fhridian
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Labor Zionist Movement and Poale Zion
Plan Concert Apr. 13 at Algiers Hotel
Labor Zionist and Paole leaders meet at the
offices of the Jewish National Fund of Greater
Miami to plan for an Apr. 13 concert at the
Algiers Hotel. Seated (left to right) are Oscar
ipiro, Eli Mailin. Dr. Simon Wilensky. Jos-
eph P. Zuckerman, chairman, Mayshie Fiied-
berg and Jacob C. Fishman. Standing deft to
right) are Victor Roskin. Abraham FVaidlin,
Simon Tetenbaum, Philip Kraus, Leon Oren-
:.. Solomon Parness and Bernard Silver.
RALPH RENICK ON CH. 4 TUESDAY
TV Film Report from Israel
\ nehour documentary <>n I-
rae|, featuring Ralph Renick as
ommentator, "ill be seen ovei
-, rV'J Ch 4 on Tuesday, Mar. 21.
.1 id pin
Entitled "Israel The Old and
he Now." the documentary, in
.. w;is -tint on Renick's recent
:np to Israel
Along with Renick, who is vice
president in charge of news for
WTVJ, went photographer Fred
Mooke. news producer for the
television station.
Official Israelis regarded us at
usl average tourists from the mo-
we landed in Lydda said
i. We simpl) got off the
\i plane and began wsndei ing
; d the country Thi re was no
i to tell "* what to see and what
i in see We wi i Bti ful for
kind of journalist c freedom
All we did, said Renick, "was
1 our chauffeur wc wanted to
tHi off beaten 11
to come back to Miami
thi on i unique
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Spaghetti
Saacclsfl
ffieatless
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UAoQse
But Chef
Boy-Ar-Dee
Could Create
Such Flauor?
Deep, rich, "simmered all-
day'' flavor! Delicious toma-
toos, onions and spices, en-
riched with the Italian touch
of pure olive oil. Great with
spaghetti, omelets, fish-
meat loaf, too!
HAVE SOME SOONI
BAIPH RENICK
found a li amount of in
I I h in the lewish
;it'.,| non .lew ish communil (
sites to be
m ill
be I
Other footaqe scheduled are a
vi.il lo the Knesset, with Parlia-
Convalescent Home
ment in session, and Prime Min-
ister Eshkol on the rostrum; a
trip to Me Ami, the Jewish Na-
tional Fund-sponsored border
village being built with the as-
sistance of Greater Miami Jewry;
the Shrine of the Book, home of
the priceless Dead Sea Scrolls;
and a sound interview with
Mayor Teddy Kollek, of Jerusa-
lem.
Relink will also he commentator
for scenes he and Mooke shot at a
pre-military kibbutz just north of
Eilat, spectacular views of King
Solomon s Mines, Armageddon, Ti
berias, an Jerusalem, and a visit to the llolj
City's Orthodox quarter, Mea
Shearim.
"Miamiana h ill particular!}
lo see Eilal noted id nit k foi
just over the Red Sea can
he -< en the jolnii ethi
i mr rat!- 11 Israel Sa li-A
Jordan, i i d Bgj pt it is a truly
and i
to the military In adlines of
Joseph Cohen, president of the
Jewish National Fund of Greater
Miami, announced Wednesday that
local Farband branches and the
Labor Zionist movement, heir as
well as the Porte Zioh, "have united
then efforts to make the Apr 13
JNF function at the Algiers Hotel
an outstanding affair."
"The labor movement, which pio
neered and toiled for the establish
ment of the kibbutzim and the up
building of the soil and the State ol
Israel, recognizes the invaluable
contribution of the JNF to the
welfare of Israel, and realizes the
role JNF has played In the past, its
responsibilities of the present, and
the tasks entrusted to the JNF bj
the government in the future."
(ohen declared
"The Labor Zionist movement
in its entirety accepts this added
responsibility with the same spi-
rit of dedication and pledges its
utmost support to meet the in-
creased needs and responsibili-
ties of the JNF, which is engaged
in the vital role of the upbuild-
ing and defense of the State of
Israel today," he said.
A concert featuring many artists
Is being arranged. At the collation.
following the concert, Israeli wine,
delicacies, coffee and cake will be
served
('ommitti e coi sistii i ol leadei i
ni each Farband branch and Poal
Zion, under the chairmanship of
Joseph P. Zuckerman. pr<
the Lebediker Farband, has
pledged its whole hearted suppni"
to the success ol the tunction
Israel
our
H for
Food Fair Scores
Record Sales
Food Fair Stores, Inc reco
the highest 40 v eek sales in in
47 > M histo \ it ua- announced
b\ I .. ,i- Sti in and -lack M Fried
land, chairma president
'i the supermarket
chaii
S les for 'hi- pet iod i i ded I
4. rose I 00 a 9 2 per
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ded for the similar pei iod last
?TH for UP
Jeenagers
7 FULL AND
EXCITING
WEEKS
FOR JEWISH
HIGH SCHOOL
STUDENTS <|
AGES 15 TO 18
ROUND TRIP
BV JET
3-DAY
EUROPE A N
STOPOVER
In luael, ITT
Participants enjoy:
Visits to Bibiic.il lindmain
and holy pl.ices
Meetings with governmi-nt
official* and lectures on
Israeli life
Gatherings with Isr.ieii yont 1
Trips through the length
breadth of the l.ind
Work penod with kibbutz
pioneers
SHABBAT and KA5HRUTH
OBSERVED
AMERICAN ZIONIST
YOUTH COMMISSION
Joint Agency of Had.iss.ih and t it
Zionist Organization of Ame*c i
Mi .....

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-d and responsible An
can and Israeli le I
.ind ci. rir the group ensuring e,
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write or I I
ISRAEL TOUR
FOR TEENAGERS
AMCIICM ZIONIST TSVTK COSMIHtON
lit W. 14t SL New York. M. Y. 10011
ORefaR 5-1164
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o Honor Three
iiil.i\ \; late ol
ninth annual Sew 11
liiniu i scheduled bj the Jew ish
Convalescent Home ol South Flor
Ida,
The t p in function, -(in duled
for the Grand Ballroom of the ton
taincbleau Hotel, will honor Mr
30? LESS FAT
THAN
CREAM CHEESE
and Mrs A C Fine on the dedica
lion "i the Margaret and Abe C
Nursing and Rehabilitation
Pavilion at the Home at 310
lins Ave Miami Beach.
The dinner will also honor I.eon
ard /iiheit as recipient ol the
"Man of the year Award."
Executive dinner chairman is
anuel Tepper, accordin
Mrs Joseph E. Keiser, presidi nt of
the Home Mr and Mrs Fine are
associate chairmen,
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Purim Celebration
For Farband Unit
The regular meeting of the
( hann Weizmann Branch Farband
on Sunday will DC I I'nrmi cele
bratlon,
Scheduled to begin at 7 30 p m
at the Washington federal. 1234
Washington Ave. the affair, v.Inch
will include holiday refreshments,
will be hosted by Mr. and Mrs
David Freed.
r,. i! Yomen, conductor of the
Mian,i Beach Community Sin
will entertain, joined by branch
member* who belong to the Com
munity Sin ei ,
Now enjoy
Borden's Eagle Brand NeufchateV
Do you enjoy the velvety sfrJOOthneil and richness of cream cheese?
Now have it with Borden\ new Eagle Brand Ncufchatel Cheese. It looks
spreads, tastes just like ordinary tream cheese. >et it has 30% less
fat than c ream c heese-in thrifty 3 oz. and generous 8 oz. sizes.
Borden's Eagle Brand Ncufchatel is not a diet food.
BORDEN'S FINE CHEESES #0 VERY BIG ON FLAVOR

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Friday, March 17
Brandeis Univ. Dean to Speak Monday
Dean Leonard Zion. of Brandeis Dean Zion is the final speaker
University, will speak on "Moral- \ in a ^^ of lectun?s conducted
ity on the College Campus" at
by the Adult Education Committee
Temple Beth Sholom on Monday,
Mar. 20. 9 p.m.. according to Mrs. f the TemDle- on ,he general sub-
Irving Kaplan, chairman of the' ^cU ",s Jewish Family Life in
Temple's Board of Education. America Crumbling^"
Dean Zion has been on the
staff of Brandeis since 1962 and
has been active in Hillel Founda-
tion work. He received his BA
from Yeshiva University in 1946,
and his MAHL from Hebrew
Union College Jewish Institute
of Religion in 1952.
Rabbi Iron Kronish. spiritual
leader of Beth Sholom. will intro-
duce 1 hi' speaker
H.ibbi Robert Frazin. Southeast
cm regional director of the Union
of American Ik-brew Congrega-
tion >|KiKt- on Mow the Reform
Jewish Noutn Moxrment is Help
in;; to Stem the Tide of the Teen-
\.( Revolt" on Mar 13.
Zhaist Sabbath Obunti
Prp-ident.
Isaac Donen.
nounces that the s,,
of Zionist Sabbaths "*
Brandeis Zionist District of v
Beach wil.be conduct, d JS*
Mayer Abramow.u. Mnritu^ *"
of Temple Mcnoran IT &
evening, when his n ^
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good food
good coffee
good fun
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this fine coffee is a tradition in its owr^h^c^SnU^ ^ ***""* For
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Leader To
Talk Here
Friday. Mcrch 17. 1967
Paqe 3-2
Picr.ning committee of the newest Mizrachi Women's chapter.
Hcdar. plans for a masked Purim Ball on Mar. 25 at poolside
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Simon on Allison Island.
Left to right are Mrs. Mack Achelsberg. past president; Mrs.
Charles Simon, vice president; Mrs. Sarita Kainen. president;
Mrs. Daniel Zalis. vice president; and Mrs. Sidney Simon,
membership vice president.
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ril Mar. 5 to the former Joan
\l. era and Stanley Goldbei-:.
I Phillip was the center of
attraction at the party in his hon-
n Monday afternoon at the
< of grandparents. Mr. and
Mrs Eugene Mayers. 47110 Or
duna Dr. Rabbi Samuel Mach-
ti i officiated at the ceremony
which was followed by a buffet
i For the 65 guests A
In -t child, and a first grandchild.
th< newest member in the family
ioneer Miamiana is the great
Ison i>f Mi and Mis Max
Patei nal grand
ire the Herbert Gold-
Baltimore M i
ttle one whoa
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and in- < hai
Belle rov ers esi
K ine, celebrating his
with friends and rela-
. Harbour Mouse, would
admit only to 21 plus But
the ebullient Kane is looking for-
ward to visits from his grandchil-
dren, who live in New York, so
it must be at least 2 times 21 .
Before her marriage to Jack
Eeinblatt on Wednesday. Rose
I'ortnoi was guest of honor at a
luncheon hooted by fellow-mem-
bers of the Forte Women's Social
Club Newlyweds are now on
a honeymoon in the C'atskills .
Exciting news from another
of Forte Towers residents. Mr
and Mrs Is Myers, who will spend
the Paaaovar holidays in Israel,
preceded bj .i European tour to
begin earl) in \\<\\\
M Ithai Mass
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Continued on Page 9-B
Mrs Harry Kairys, national
board member of Hadassah. is
scheduled to arrive in Miami this
weekend and will speak at an open
board meeting of the Miami Chap
ter of Hadassah on Monday. 10
a in at the Park 1-ane Cafeteria.
Coral Way and 22nd A\e.
During her early years, her in-
spirational meeting with Henrietta
Szold led Mrs. Kairys into the
Young Judaean movement. A
graduate of Goucher College, Mrs
Kairys became active, as her fam-
ily before her. in the Zionist move-
ment, later organizing Junior
Hadassah in Baltimore, her home
city
Advancing in positions of active
leadership in Senior Hadassah.
Mrs Kairys became identified as a
chairman in the Baltimore Zionist
Council. Jewish Welfare Fund,
Baltimore's Jewish Family and
( hildren's Service. Baltimore Hous-
ing Committee. United Jewish Ap-
peal. National Council of the Joint
Distribution Committee, the HIAS
board, trustee of the Children's
Guild, and life member of Balti-
more Women's Committee of
Brandeis University.
A three generation Hadassah life
member. Mrs. Kairys' daughter,
Mrs David Benjamin, is vice pres
ident of the Altoona Chapter, and
her young granddaughter is a third
generation life member
Mis Kairys recently returned
from a trip to Russia Together
with several national Hadassah
n she v isited synagogues and
talked ti man> Russiai Jews
Mrs. San el Steinl
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Items and more items are readied for the gala four-day carni-
val to be held at Temple Beth Am. sponsored by the Sisterhood
Left to right are co-chairman, Mrs. Leonard Hayet. Sisterhood
president. Mrs. George Malin. Mrs. Norman Weiner and co-
chairman, Mrs. Kermit Bernheimer.
Beth Am Sisterhood In
Four-Day Gala Carnival

Old Show
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Ol 3ETH DAVID'S GOLDEN JUBILEE PATRON'S DINNER
DANCE that was held on Sunday evening, Mar 5, 1967
The success of this gala affair was attributable to
ths unselfish and diligent efforts on the part of a
committee who shared in this endeavor.
My grateful thanks to all who attended this fes-
Nva occasion and to the following people who were
responsible for a truly wonderful evening:
MR MAX SILVER
MR HAROLD BERKE
MR NORMAN SHOLKE
MR PHIL SCHIFF
MR HENRY ROSENGARTEN
SPINGARN
|OSl I'M Mil rON Chairman
& MRS JULIUS SPECTOR
& MRS SAM BAOANES
MA & MRS SEYMOUR FRIEND
MR S MRS ROBERT IRAURIG
& MRS ALBERT J BEER
MR CHARLES Z
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March 23, 8 P.M., at the Algiers Hotel
Outstanding Concert
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Page 7-E
So. Dade Technion
To Hear Violin
Recital Mar. 23
mull Gehoaritz, renowned con-
violinist, who haa lerved as
rt master under I'nblo Casals
\ndre KostelanetX, will per-
il the luncheon muilcek <>f
lio South Dado Division of Tech
mi Thursday, Mar. 23. at
s Baj Yacht and country
:,;b The ftinction will honor life
embers and Iif* trustees.
Mrs. Florence Pick, vice presi-
, Mt of the Women's Association of
, Pbilharmonie, and board mem-
of the Greater Miami fhil
irmonic, will accompanj Gabo

liabowiU toured a- COncei tma-
with the American Ballet The-
and the Royal Ballet. I asl
he waa heard In aolo recitals
. wral European cities He has
rded with Igor Stn\ insky and
aj be heard on the Bruno label
sonatas bj Biber, Mozart, Haydn
: \ ivaldi.
\N(. on the program will be Mrs
i Franklin Williams, speaking on
l.ihnion Yesterday. Today
Tomorrow."
Membership vice president. .Mrs
larold Abbott, said that Mrs. Sol
andau will give the invocation.
Mrs M. A. Baskin is president
f the division. Mrs. David Ser
akcr is chainnan of the day.
Academy Women,
PTA in Joint
Meet Wednesday
\nnual joint meetinu of the Heb-
ew Academy Women and PTA
a ill take place Wednesday. 12:30
in at the Hebrew Academy. Mrs
Samuel Rosner and Mrs Morton
leberman. presidents, announced
Highlighting the afternoon will
< tin- presentation of ;i iet of goid-
lonogranuned luggage and a
n asure Cheat of 28 other beauti
il prizes
Chainnan of the project i- Mrs
ard Adler, w ith Mi Milton
and Mrs Ruth C Mirmelli
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ACADEMY AWARD
NOMINATION
"Best Direction"
Vanessa Redgrave
Academy Award
Nomlati"Bisl Actrasj"
Dovid Htmmmgi Soroh Milts
Antonioni's
BLOWUP
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Others MK I 6c Mile|
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Woman at Fete
Mrs. David Sernaker (right), chairman of the day. and Mrs.
M. A. Baskin. president of South Dade Technion, discuss the
new work study program booklet just sent to the South Dade
Chapter horn national headquarters.
Flower Show Scheduled
Mrs. Norman (Judy) Holland
Will receive the Temple Ner Tamid
Humanitarian Award at its ninth
annual banquet <>" Sunday Special
guest of honor will be Sammy
Davis Jr.
Members who are active!) pai
tioipating in plans for the affair
include Mr and Mrs Carlton
Blake, Mr and Mrs Louis ("hen
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Cohen, Mr
and Mrs Alex Big, Mr and Mrs
Hyman Eisenbaum, Mr and Mrs
Aaron Eisenstein, Mrs Henrietta
Fine. Mr and Mrs K/ra Finegold,
Mr and Mrs Harry K. Glazer, Mr
and Mrs. Michael Glazier, Mr and
Mrs Sam Greenfield, Mr. and Mrs
Louis (.old. Mr and Mrs Charles
Goldstein, Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Herach, Col and Mrs William .'
Harris. Mi. and Mrs Sam Jacobs,
Cantoi and Mi s. Edward Kleii ,
Rabbi ami Mrs Eugene Labovitz,
Mr. and Mis Meyer Leshen Mr.
and Mrs. Harrj Lieberman.
Mis Hilda Meyers, irnal
chairman. Mr and Mrs Max Men-
schel, Mr. and Mrs Philip It,
man. Mr and Mrs Max Raskh
Mr and Mrs Julius Resnick M
and Mrs Jaj Rechtschaffi i M
and Mrs Herman Rosen, Mi
Mrs Era Rosenfeld, Mr and Mi
Alex Rest, Albert \ Rose iber:
Mr. and Mrs Bennie Rudner Mi
Rita Salomon. Mr and Mrs II-
man Shaw \ii and Mi Mui i a> N
Shaw. Mr and Mrs Irvine S S
chairman, Mr and Mrs I ouis Sucl
man. Mrs Sadie Trosky, Dr an
Mrs Daniel Zali-
Varied flower ahow will be pre
sented Apr 7 to i* at Dinner Kej
Auditorium. Mrs. Banks Sharp,
show president, said the Dade
County Parka Department is de-
si^niny a show and exhibitions that
will cover the entire ground floor
of Dinner Key Auditorium. Theme
of the 17th annual show is "Show
er of Flowers Florida Powei and
I.iiiht Company leads a list of com-
mercial exhibitors who will be tak-
ing space in the show.
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ROY LAUCHLIN
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JACKIE HENKIN
International Comffli in
LEON SCRACHTCT GITEl STEIN
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i.day, March 17. 1967
*Jmtoti flcricfiaHn
PageS-B
.", anniversary
nee h'.'ltl in :,
! h<' formal event
n\ guests I" help col
. and also t<> honor S '
Spector and Henrj Pop
- President <>f tin- concrp-
Mix it Beer, and for the
his wife chose a white
. sheath with black ab-
orals Miittond o\er her
Her bodice was banded in
.,, velvet, and the matching
featured a flared circular
,t the elbow
Julius Spector was in an
green chiffon which had
nl silhouette created by
- front the jeweled neck-
Mi- Murray Turetsky chose
i colored chantilly lace
vet a matching colored
soie sheath Mr- Harvey
mini green and white
coat buttoned only to
| ire line and was open
w i he matching green chif-
i ss The Empire bodice of
.mi was ni the brocade fab
\ white alaskan floor length
d matching gown were
i> Mi-, iiwin Christie The
ol her coat featured a
eh mink collar over cry*
ling

QRILLIANT green silk crepe
was the color and fabric
ioio ol Mn Robert Shevin. Her
w-led bodice had a scooped
kline and short sleeves. Mrs
'lurraj Hacks was encrusted in
Id sequins Silver lame trim
her jewel neckline and de-
ed the Empire bodice Hit
Us Rosenberg combined
flower blue chiffon over pink
create a lavendar effect in her
. iwn Her hijjh neckline was se-
nned and ha*d panniers which
-wed to the floor-length hem-
ne
Rabbi Sol landau's wife wore
floor length silk crepe gown
-huh featured a modified Gre-
an tunic effect from the bateau
i ckline to the knees, where it
(led with a band of ostrich
rather*. Cantor William I.ipsons
os< .. '... md gold
Ihreepieci ensei
Hei tftlj lailore I jacket was
hip length.
Mrs Phillip Warshaw topped
h< black satin skirt with a black
and white beaded -hell A match
mi. satin stoic completed her en-
semble Muted seafoam green
chiffon was worn by Mrs Robert
Felik. Her Empire bodice com
bined ice green and seafoam
green sequins into a radiating
sunburst pattern Mrs Manuel
I.ubels three-piece ensemble was
in gold lame woven into a geo-
metric rectangular pattern. Her
double breasted jacket topped a
sleeveless shell Mrs Jack Kmnier
seemed to float in the stunning
multicolored chiffon which was
designed by Mister Wyatt.

LARS. Sam R Badanes. ticket
"chairman for the affair, top-
peel i.ei blue evening skirt with a
hip length silver brocade over
blouse Mrs Seymour Friend's
black velvet gown had rhine-
stones at the decollete neckline
Her matching stole was lined in
white satin, and she wore a black
feathered Bud Of Paradise'" in
her coiffure A low cut neckline
on a white crepe sheath was worn
by Mrs Jacob Sher The gown
had a matching full -length coat
Pink matcllase was worn by
Mi- Sidney Lcfcourt. Her gown
had cap sleeves and was banded
at the hemline in pure silk Mrs
Carrie Rosen chose an aquama-
rine lace sheath reembroidered
in matching colored ribbon lace
Mrs Walter Falk was in a tur
quoise alaskan silk in the A line
Mlhouettc.
Her short fitted jacket had
rhinestone buttons, a peter pan
collar, and was belted in the back.
Pink woven brocade was chosen
by Mrs. Leon Rossoff. Her sheath
was topped with a hip-length
jacket banded at the long sleeves
with white mink. Mrs. Robert
Traurig'.- orange chiffon featured
applique roses on the bodice
which were in ombre shades of
orange
Members of the Greater Miami Chapter. Amer- AJC's Florida area, and his wife. Estelle.Left
iccn Jewish Committee, gather at the home to right are Dr. and Mrs. Zand. Barton Udell,
of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Finkelstein to welcome Mrs. Ira Rothfield. Gerald Katcher and Mrs
Dr Walter Zand. newly-appointed director oi Finkelstein. president of the local AJC chapter
tSocialife ... tv Cftatel C/'
Continued from Page 5-B
and the nuptials, tin- groom's
grandparents. Mr and Mrs Al-
bert Gregerman, of Brookline.
and hi- best man. Lawrence Fein
hem. oi Waltham Also Nat
How aid Mr and Mr- Victor
Howard, of New York. Mr and
v Robi rt Auerbach, of Ports
mouth. Va .....n's
sisters, Carole and Arline, who
served as bridal attendant-
Granddaughter oi Miami Reach
ite. Mr- Eva Howard, new Mr-
Weinstein had her sister Con
Stance ai maid of honor, and her
two brothers. Daniel and Ray-
mond, were among the bride-
groom- ushers
Out of town relatives here for
the Bar Mitzvah last Saturday of
Uriel Abraham l.evi included his
maternal grandparents. New
Yorkers Mr. and Mrs. Joseph B
Seif Also from Manhattan.
Mr and Mrs Edward Silbcrfarb
LEO HOHAUSER
PLUMBING
CONTRACTING ItPAItl**
IServ'mfl Do4 County Over 25 Ytrs|
till S.W. 14tb ST. Ml 4-99041
rove
. "I'ncle Ed' is the author of
Tigers and Tamany." jus! pub
lished book on the political ma-
chine known as Tamany Hall
And curtailing a trip abroad to
he with their grand-nephew on
this important oi Rosalind
and Maxwell Feller, of Dovei
Son of Mr and Mrs Ra
phael M Levi who feted their
son al a buffet supper in their
home 18091 NK yth Ct on Satur-
day night, the celebrant and his
brothers, Daniel and Michael, will
visit their paternal relatives this
summer in Israel. Mr. Levi's
native land.

Absent from these parts for a
year. Cantor Emanuel Mandel has
returned to officiate at the Shel-
borne Hotel Passover Seder, and
chant the High Holiday liturgy
at Congregation Ohev Sholom in
Orlando.
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+Je*lst> ftorkfiar?
Friday. March 1". 1967
Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah Unites
For Child Welfare Poject Luncheon Plans
day at Algiers Hotel |fa sl Si|.
verman. chairman of thi
scheduled a musical -.kit. "Queen
of the Day.' for the afto:
tertainmcnt. Mrs Joseph V
is president.
History in educational progress was marked
-b the Jewish community when the first Ac-
creditation Certificates were awarded to eight
congregations at the regular meeting of the
Bureau of Jewish Education at Temple Beth
Sholom on Feb. 22. Certificates were awarded
to the Hebrew departments of four schools,
and four certificates to one-day-a-week Relig-
ious Schools. The accredited schools have
anet all provisions set by the Bureau's check
list of qualifications in a process over the past
three years. Seated (left to right) are Mrs. Har-
old J. Brooks. Temple Emanu-El; Mrs. Irving
B. Kaplan. Temple Beth Sholom. Standing
(left to right) are Nathaniel Glickman. Temple
Menorah; Louis Schwuitzman. Bureau of
Jewish Education; Louis A. Sahm. Temple
Sinai; Albert E. Ossip. Bureau of Jewish Edu-
cation; Samuel L. Sezzin. Beth El. Hollywood;
Dr. Elliott Gordon. Beth David Congregation.
Histadrut Director Stolarsky
Due at Hamlin Memorial
Miami Beach Chapter of II.
sail and n- 21 groups have sched-
uled luncheons on behalf of Youth
Aliyah. international child welfare
movement, through which Hadas
-ah conducts child education and
rehabilitation programs in Israel
All proceeds from the Youth
Aliyah luncheons will _<> toward
construction of the new "Ifoshe
Kol" Day Center, which will pro
vide training for youngsters in
the rural areas with course! in
basic trade -kill- It will also fur
nish academic courses to children
who would otherwise be ed
tionally and culturall> deprived.
Louis D. Brandeis Group will
hold its annual 'Char Youth All
yah luncheon on Tuesdaj noon in
the Fontaine Room of the Fon-
tainebleau Hotel Special attrac
lion will feature a fashion -how
by De I.oy. and fur.- b) Adrian
Thai, with Brandeis members mod
cliny tb clothe- Wall) ll..nkm
and his orchestra will furni-h the
musical portion of the program.
Mrs. Elizabeth Steinbach is prtsi
dent.
Fort* Towr Croup baa sched-
uled its annual Youth Ahvah
luncheon for Tuesday noon at the
Algieca Hotel A feature of the
day will be a playlet directed bv
Mrs. Dorothy Mondres. with Mrs
Isabel Heller as performer Mrs
Samuel Sakrais. former president
of Region, will be guest ipaakex.
Chairman of the day is Mrs Jennie
Jackson Mrs. Frances M Sasi i-
prcsident

Israeli Group will hold its annual
Youth Aliyah luncheon on lion-
Hannah Senesch Group w-||
its annual Youth Aliyah luncheon
on Monday noon at Algiers II
lli-hli^ht of the day will h,
Nwrbert and his comedv
show Mr- Henrietta I o
chairman of Youth Aliyah
Sylvia kurland is president.

Shaloma Group will hoi
cial I'uriiii luncheon on W.
noon at Algiers Hotel Mrs
Rappapon program chaii
scheduled the reading
Bonk of Esther." in cetebi
Purim Mrs Michael Feii
' (lent
Pan Am Board
Elects Leaders
Sidney J. Berger. Miami ..ttor
ney, and Eli Timoner. board i
man and president of Giffvn bidus
tries. Inc.. have been elect..
the advisory board of direct
Pan American Bank.
Berger represents a numti.
the bank\ clients and is also
cial counsel for its related i
pantos, AT1CO Financial Corp and
American Title Insurance Co
Timoner is a member of
Young Presidents' Organizal
and also serves in an advisor) ca
parity on the boards of Winds
Life Insurance Co. and Flo
Memorial College
Israel Stotanky, associate di-
r of the Israel Histadrut cam
a IMfl II be feal
-:er in a memorial tribute to
nlin. foundc

Hoti
press II is
ii Latin
II as the
I Department winch imple-
ishment of hi
ducational and welfare institu-
tions sponsored bj American do-
r oi
The tribute to Hamlin will be
under the auspices of the Great-
er Miami Histadrut Committee
Council for Medical Services and
Vocational Training in Israel.
Hamlin, who was identified with
the Histadrut campaign as its
chairman for 32 years, recently
died in Tel Aviv at age 75. He
served a half-century in the
cause of Labor Zionism.
ISHAtl S70LAKSKY
Stolarsky who was a delegate to
the Congress for I.ahor Israel in
Berlin and the World Zionist Con-
> ivo Presents ( halumish
On thirst \ isit from Israel
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Mo I 8 ol I-
tflrisit to the i
Piest sp taker al thi
i Forum mei ttfrdaj
evenin ,.t 1*ri p| n. th Sholom
Editor of the popular Israeli
newspaper, 'El Hamiskmai Ehal
Ionian explored The Hole of Yiil
dish in the I lilt iral Life of Israel."
On Wednesday evening at the
Algiers Hotel, forum members
honored novelist and poet, Chaim
Grade, of New York.
Grade tins month was awarded
the American Academj for J<
7 pi Ire for the flral
mach Atlas,' of his
two-volume novel. "The Yeshivah."
In announcing the award. Prof
Saul Lieberman, Academy pre .si -
ted lii- boo!; h
literary and aesthetic q
and. \ hat .- DBOH important for
the Acadi my. off> i-
and inspiring witness to the lives
oiiti ihutions ot tin
ol ve-hivah scholars.
HUSBAND
WANTED
to take his charming
wife to dinner at .
KING ARTHUR'S COURT
MIAMI SPRINGS VILLAS
- in Geneva, has contributed
articles to the Jewish Day and the
Morning Journal in this country
Hi also conducts a weekl) Yid lish
It ol Si
Ml World Wai
the in I
Idish -i hool u hi re he nil
high
and in a S i hiva ll<
to the I nited
The Histadrut has just i
I in men.oi' ol Isaac Hamlin
an Isaac Hamlin Scholarship Fund
Joining the Miami Beach mem-
orial tribute will be the Farband
Labor Zionist Organization and
Pioneer Women.
During the la-t decade of his
life. Hamlin was director ot the
Farband-Hamlin House, a tourist
and information center built by
Histadrut in his honor in Tel Aviv
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:!ive table decorations carried out the
Swing into Spring." for the annual
Theodore Bike I
At AJCong. Fete \
I heodoi e Bikel, world i actoi folk uthoi
lecturer, photographer, politician, linsuist and raconteui will bi
honored guest at the "Golden Builders' Luncheon sp
bj the Florida Women's Dm Ion <>i American Jewish Congress
on Sundaj Mai 26, In the Starlight Rool f the Doral Beach
Hotel, according to Mrs Harold Druker, luml raising vice presi-
dent and chairman oi the luncheon Mrs Irving B Kaplan is
president <>f the American Jewish Congress
Bikel, who is also national vice president <>f th< American
Jewish Congress, baa played an acini' role in all efforts on behalf
of Jewish and human rights during recent years

Purim Party For Talmud Torah
The coronation <>f Queen Esther man of the affair which will bene
will be featured al the Purim part) f" '" Talmud Torah
,,,,,,,,., i ,, Albert Cohen, a member t th<
to be held l>\ the Sephardu- Jewish
center, was the winner i a recent
Centei on Sunda} starting al p.m art> and crafta l,,IiU,M 5ponsor( ,
Mrs Mathilda Ventura is chair- by the Bureau of Jewish Education.
luncheon of the National Council of
k. ... Women. Seven-hundred "Anqel&" at-
[ the luncheon recently at the Fontaine-
Hotel which featured a swinginq and
fashion show by Burdine's and Betty
ioneer Women
o Hear Leader
S dnc) Leff, former nation
lent .nid present natnm.il
| i sident and Ifoetzel Hap
I Rescue Fund fur Youth
; ait man of Pioneer Worn-
- Labor Zionist Organ
will address the annual
ol the Greater Mi
i il of Pioneer Women on
ihe Kontainebleau Hotel
i Mi
v \
Sherman. Left to right are members of the com-
mittee Mesdames Mark Roth, Irving War-
showsky, Jerold Schwartz. Edwin Oppsnheim.
president of the Greater Miami Section. Morton
Stubuis, chairman <".< the "Anael" luncheon,
and Charles Rosenbera. Section vice presi-
dent of ways and means.
SHOPPING AROUND
WITH
jZz^vJ^c^frO
'& tV
MBS. SIDNtY Ltff
heading the hostess commit
lei other chairmen Include Mrs
i .ili Shapoff, seating; Mrs. Isaac
Neufchatel Cheese
Lovers ol ci earn i hi c c ho at
concert >l with counting calorics
will be i .
othei
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ti
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cheese lovei for a lot time I
,ui rt ntl> a\ aili ble to cons imers in
an !!'/ package throughout the
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cheese which looks, tastes and
spreads 11(< cream cheese It can
be used In practicallj every recipe
winch call- for cream cheese
Neufchatel thinned with I III
tic skim milk and flavored with
onion makes a line dip for your
Purim company For a quick, easj
hot vegetable lor luncheon or din
mi. add softened Neufchatel
cheese to a can of pickled beets
and lu.it over lo or medium heat
Look for the package with the
blue cm tier on the label which
identifies Borden's Eagel Hi and
Neufchatel Cheese it you like
cream cheese, you'll love Neuf-
chatel
instant or regulai and enjo> i in
health
Tetley Tea
"i II
1 in
Pushkin and Mrs. Oscar Zeltzer,
rations Invocation will l>c de
Dneied bj Mrs David Lippman,
I the anthems to Ik- sung by
Rosamond.
Sank* Coffee
When friends and family gather
in a Jewish home, a i.Chayim is
traditionally in order A toast to
health and prosperity always adds
I "lertainment will be provided flavor when I congenial group of
b; Israeli horn linger Mario, mono people meet The one drink that
named performer whose voice has adds particular flavor to a l
been heard all season in many one Chaviin" is Sanka Coffee
night club date appearances at San
leading Miami Beach hotels. 97 .
.. ,, t. tastes as good as or better than
Jrt, Lett, president of the na- ^J co[ft.(1 and ,ends
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treal in store for thi m
With Purim soon upon us and
all the entertaining thai you will
be doing, why not add Tetlej Tea
to your shopping list? Then you'll
be sure that you are serving your
friends and family the best,
Tetley is available m tea bags
or in the new instant tea 'l he in-
stant tea makes delicious hot tea,
and also makes great iced tea. in-
stantly, with tap water Tea bag or
instant, served in a cup or a glass,
you'll never find a nioie enjoyable
tea than Tetley
Planters Oil
due product you can reach for
with confidence is Planters Peanut
Oil, and With Put iin at hand smart
Jewish housewives will he reach-
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Housewives reach for Planters
Peanut oil when they are making
salads because Planters is li^ht and
tasty, and il mixes v>,n with all
other ingredients Good cooks
reach for Planters when baking,
whether they have I new cookie
recipe or a favorite old recipe for
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Planters Oil is the premium qual
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9-Jew 1st fhrkUar
Friday, March 17. 1957
Reform Jewish Appeal Names Albert
Chairman of South Florida Camoaian
James M. Al
general I
rm Jewish Vppeal
Florida The can (01
Union of Amerii
[ations and the Hebrew I
li w ish In-;.- -
Stone Tops
Renick Here
In Light Vote
Tuesday'.- runoff in seven raci -
for the Florida Legislature broi
a turn-out of 65.000 voters in Dade
County
Topping the 14-man contest was
the campaign waced by former
Miami City Attorney Richard
Stone aeainst Rep Dick Renick for
Dade County's new Senate seat
from the 48th District
Stone topped Renick by
37.079 to 28,249.
13. wit the
lub
lent : Mian Beach foil
43 years Vlbert has
d in the civic
re'al lil ter Mi
leca les
A peat pres:dert of Temp'e
Berh Sho'om, Albert now serves
as president of the South Flor-
ida Counc I of the UAHC. as well
os on *he national board of the
Reform organization.
Albert has served as president
of th" Florida Home Builders As
-ociation and the South Florida
'. hapter of the Associated General
( ontract irs of America, and is now
a director of the Florida State
' lumber of Commerce A member
if the board of governors of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federat'on.
he has headed the F'apanicolaou
Cancer Research Institute, as well
as th- Civic League of Miami
B.-ach
In other races for the Florida Five Greater Miami Reform svn
Mouse, the following candidates ag0gUes Beth Am. Beth Sholom
won: and Temples Israel. Judea and
Walter Sackett, 32.796. over Sinai as well as Beth El of Hoi
Robert Duval. 23.753. in the 100th lywood and Emanuel of Fort Laud
District. rdale. are joining under Albert's
Robert Hartnett. 33.135, over leadersh;p in the current campa'gn
I.inton J Tyler. 20.389. 106th
District
Elton Gissendann*r, 34.967.
over M. A. MacKenzie. 24.096. in
the 107th District
Marshall Harris, 33.879. over
Kenneth Dorn. 19.980. in the 108th
District.
Carl Singleton, 33.643. over
Paul Steinberg. 22.149, in the 109th
District.
David Brower. 29.627, over
Leo A Furlong. 27.188. in the 110th
District
IAMIS AlBERT
Jennie Art Award
For OUT Slated
Here Sunday
Mrs. Glasser
Hosts JHA Party
Greater Miami Women's Auxil
arv. Jewish Home for the Aged.
sponsored a birthday party at
Douglas Gardens. 151 N.E. 52nd
St.. on Sunday, at 1 45 pm
Mrs Lawrence Silvernian. All*
iliary president, gave the message
of welcome.
Mrs. Louis Glasser hosted the
affair in honor of the birth of her
first grandson, and her own birth
day
Special honors were also paid to
Mr and Mrs Sol Silverman. who
Dr. Petuchowski
At Temple Israel
Lecture Sunday
D;- la! ft V W/titflta*
\nierican religious life fodiy,
-.\i|l be this Sir I lec-
turer for the Greenfield Adult In-
temple Israel of Greater
Miami The Structure of the Jew-
ish Prayer Book trill be hi- sub
Born in Berlin, Rabbi Petuchow-
iki .i" educated in Ei Scot
lai ii and the United States, and
has been on the facultj "i the
Hebrew College in Cincinn i
which he graduated, as professoi
of rabbinics since li56 He has
served also as visiting professor in
philosophy and religion at Antioch
College
A prolific writer more than
150 articles of his in theology and
rabbinics have been published
Dr Petuchowski is also a noted
lecturer, and his view of modern
Judaism and its future has pro
voked much discussion both in
print and in speech His DCS) known
bunk "Ever Sine Sinai," i- I mod
ern view of Torah from a man
who considers himself a 'maximal
1st" when it comes to Jewish edu-
cation.
JACOB PETUCHOWSKI
CANVAS AWNINGS
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Anything Mode Out of C.inoi
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L B Maytag Jr president and
are celebrating their 45th wedding chief executive officer of National
anniversary Mrs. Silverman is life Airlines, has been named to serve
First -Jennie Art for ORT- honorary president, having served 0n the Air Panel of the Transporta-
award show of the Southeastern as ,he Auxiliary's president for 10 tion Association of America
Florida Region of Women's Amer- vear<: vi,,.,. ;. k ...
Tan ORT will take place Sundav. Mrs ^o Makovsky. program J* ,s ch,af,rma,n f mfm
2 to 5 p.m., at the home of Mrs. chairman, introduced Miss Patricia Jf"^m" l',e. of. .,he """H
Jennie Grossinger, S41 Pine Tree Sor- vocalist, and Curtis Payne. f Commerce of the t ruled States
baritone, who entertained with a memb'r of ,he bc.ard of
songs, accompanied at the piano by d'"'t",rs "f '> M>*H Company.
the An transport Association of
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Tremtndoul profit potential* in >
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Dr
Mrs Olga Bibor Stern
Les Elgart and his Orchestra
are appearing at the Starlight
Roof of* the Doral Beach Hotel,
opening Friday, and continu-
ing through Mar. 30. Elgart is
known as the trumpet play-
er's trumpet player.
Among artists who will submit
their works are Edna Glaubman.
M01 Tina Roy and Jack
.ilp* or
Judging thi will Ik- Syd
ai d M ir
Is v '
and
skel M01

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and Mrs Eli
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Pro a '< wi the EPIC
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project, conceived for the
pose of providing short-term
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and in a wide variety "i trade- to
thousands of the world's neediest
lews whose educational or intel-
lectual background, or whose fam-
ily responsibilities make long-term,
huh level instruction impossible.
. To add a festive air to Air-
Receiving line will include tele- Canada day at Gulfstream, maple
vision personality. Molly Turner, leafs will be distributed in the dm
Mrs. Margaret Newman Steam, ing areas, and Expo '67 flagl will
Mrs. Robert Swartburg. Mrs. Eva grace the tables. Both Expo and
Shapiro. Mrs. Mae Shurack, Mrs. the Canadian flags will
David Ponve. Mrs George Rand. Gulfstream's infield area
Canada in Spot
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including Dr R <, ifac.N'i
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LaMarsh, Secretary of State, has
also been invited
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Jason Kati plays clarinet in the school band.
Lon fan. son of Mr. and Mrs. j and her favorite sport is swimming
, VV Ratl. will become Bar *
vah on Saturday. Mar. 18. at Eugen* Simutli
Torah Congregation. Eugene, son of Mr. and Mrs. lr-
in ihe seventh grade at win Samuc!Si wjh observe his Bar
F Knnedy Junior High MiUvah on Satun|ay m0rning.
,,, he plays violin in Mar ]8 a, Tomp]c zion
gchool oretaMtTC. His '"'crests, u |g a seventh grade stu
'Collect. dent .it Glades Junior High. He
plays piano, and is a member of
Temple Z'on Scout* Troop.
Mr and Mrs Samuels will host
the luncheon Kuldush following
the -
Mi Lestei els and

"
become Bar Mitzvah on Saturday
morning. Mar. 18, at Beth Torah
Congregation.
Gail Kringold
Gail, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Leonard Kringold. 2195 Bay Dr..
will become Bas Mitzvah on Fri-
day evening, Mar. 17. at Temple
Menorah.
Gail is a student in the Religious
School and is an honor student at
Nautilus Junior High. She excels
in sports and plays the piano.
Gail will be honored at a recep-
tion on Saturday evening at the
King Cole.
There will also be a brunch for
the family on Sunday at the Har-
bor House South.

le
ra!>bi of the Junior
al temple, and plans
with In- Hebrew
immer be attended
erksl



A an W.lco
Scfsvcn
18.
b
lui.....' 11
rti< i
in sports
ant will be honored
Ki ish in Sirkin Hall follow-
e, and at a reception
the Seville Hotel
\i ,. i, i ii m and Mrs. David
: anklin's grandparents,
the event
Jeffrey Ndelman
Harrtl. son of Mrs
delman, and" the late Mr.
1930 SV 3ih Ct., will i
B ir Mitivah Saturday.
18. at Beth David Congrega-
te \ i> a seventh grade stu-
Bl Shenandoah High and has
attending Beth David Keli
His School for the past three
gars He is a gifte Mrs. Fa>e Engberg, grandpar
of the Bar Mitzvah. will at-
the services and Kiddush in
the celebrant.
Cindy Aronsen
irmng services at Tern
ol North Dade on Satur
Mar 18. will include the Bas
of Cindy Aronson. daugh-
- Janice Shatus and Paul
i i
"ind> is in the eighth grade at
m Springs Junior High and in
temple Religious School. She
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h.- VIr. ai d Mi M ir
ris Hi and Mrs Mi
'A Mrs \ hertkoff, and Mi-
ami Mrs Jack Haibnan all of
Can.i.
Chuck Brodxki
Ft Lauderdah Temple Emanu-El
will be the setting for the Bar
Mit/\ah of Chuck, son of Mr anc
Mrs I udwik Brodzki. 2740 NE 33rd
St Pi Lauderdale, on Saturday
Mar 18
In the seventh grade at Nova
Junior High, the celebrants hob
bies includes many sports
Alan Tannenbaum
Alan, son of Mr and Mrs Eu-
gene Tannenbaum of No Miami
Beach, became Bar Mitzvah on Sat
urday. Mar. 11. at Beth Torah Con
gregatioo,
Robert Moskovitx
Robert, son of Mr and Mrs
Salomon MoskovitZ, of Bogota.
Colombia, will celebrate his Bar
Mitzvah on Saturday morning.
Mar 18 at Hebrew Academy
Robert, a seventh grade student
at the Acaderm. will conduct the
Musaf services and read the por
tion of the law assigned for the
Sabbath.
Among guest- attending will he
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Mrs Joseph Davits, from Antwerp.
Belgium. Nissen MoskovitZ, Vene-
zuela. Mrs Sidi Weiss. New York

Alberto Esquenazi
Alberto, son of Mr and Mrs. Ja-
cobo Eaquenarl, 7720 Dickens Ave.,
will become Bar Mitzvah on Satur-
day morning. Mar. 18, at Temple
Menorah
Alberto attends the temple Reli-
gious School and is a seventh grade
student at Nautilus Junior High
His favorite pastime is fishing
On Sunday afternoon, the cele-
brant will be honored at a lunch
eon and reception in the Corona
tion Room at the Barcelona Hotel.
.
Erica Reiss
On Friday, Mar. 17. at 8:30 p.m..
Erica, daughter of Dr. and Mrs
Mot ton Beiss. 1835 ME 187th St.,
will becomi Bas Mitzvah at Beth
Torah Congregation.
Mark Elias
On Saturday morning, Mar 18.
Maik. son of Mr and Mrs Herbert
v, ill be called to the Torah as
al [emple Zion.
Mark > a seventh pupil
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Nautilus Junior High School, plays
cello 111 the orchestra and is active
m the science club He is a Boy
Scout His special interest is art
The celebrant Will be honored
at a reception following the serv-
ii' .it the Algiers Hotel.
Mr and Mrs 1 rank Gordon, Bob
ut s grandparents, will attend the
event.

Neil Raymond
Neil, son of Mr and Mrs Melvin
Raymond, 1120 NE ltioth St., will
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cause for celebration. And the celebration was held at the
YTM and WHA of Greater Miaim as nine couples of the Y's
Golden Age Friendship Club held a party honorinq their 50th
or bette*) weddinq anniversaries. More than 250 club mem-
bers attended. Pictured are seven of the couples: Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Trattler (53raV Mr. and Mrs. Abe Benin (51st\ Mr. and
Mrs. living Cantor (51st). Mr. and Mrs. lack Pritcher '53rd>.
Mr. and Mrs. Max Drosd (55th). Mr. and Mrs. Benjanvn Kowaler
(51t), and Mr. and Mis. Nathan Marqosbes 51st). Not shown
are Mr. and Mrs. Sam Prussoff (50th) and Mr. and Mrs. Jay
Cohn '63rd'.
PART OF 21 ST ANNUAL MEETING'S AFTERNOON AGENDA
Clothes Line Art Sale and Crafts
Bazaar Sunday at Aged Home Meet
A clothe- line art sale and crafts
bazaar will In- one of the features
f Sunday's 2l-t annual meeting
Douglas Gardens
"Something for Everyone" Is the
theme oi this year's sale, accord'
mg to arts and crafts supervisor
Mrs. Sadie Gordon, and visl
i ft to find .i wide ai raj
II. active paintings and gifts
Funds from the sale of items
do not qo toward the operation
and n-sinter ance of the Home.
The residents accumulate these
'uri.s as p.trt of their responsi-
bility as citizens of the commu-
nity. The funds are part of their
annual contribuiions to the
United Fund and Combined Jew-
sh Appeal of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation.
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embroidered tapestries, leather
craft products, handwoven mats
ami various miniature dolls,
Mrs Gordon, who ha- been su
pervising operations in (he Home's
crafts shop tor more than five
also carries her "Something
for i' t" th.....e into her
workshop on a daily bi
u e trj i" fii i something for
ever) i lie to do here." Mrs G
-aid. "Th thing is to
the out of thi ir ro
to taki n in

Numbered among her workers
ire some hi-hly-talented paint-
ers, some sWill^d pottery makers
and a ledv v. ha has built up a
utatiofl for her facility to
fashion children's dolls and doll
c'othing.

"She just finished her first paint
ing last week." Mrs. Cordon said.
Another resident, a man in his
80 s. once had a thriving silk weav
h ; busini -- in Boston. Following
the close of World War I. Chines.
imports flooded the U.S. market.
and most of the country's silk
manufacturers were forced out of
hii-ii i
i he man operati .1 an le ator
the next -to years, until he
Mrs Goi
"Now he's weavii i and h
Not all of those taking pert
in the program enjoy such tal-
ents, though, Mrs. Gordon ex-
plained. Some are partially
handicapped persons and are
limited as to their degree of
participation.
S im if our
if thej can just come in and h< Ip
us by rotli 11 i la>
s Gordon is aided in the .: ts
stafl ol
I .men who .<1
to their di
United Synagogue Youth to Celebrate
16th Annual Youth Convention Weekend
Programs Range from Parties to Games
For Beach B'nai B'riih Women's Council
B'nai B'nth Women's Council of
Miami Beach will present a trophj
to the chapter which ha- enrolled
the most new members at the
'Night of Nights" affair to be held
in fclondaj evening, Mar 127. ..t
the Deauville Hotel Newly-oi
zed Haccabee Chapter will also be
ired, and the program will in-
clude entertainment by Caran and
Bob Novak. Mrs Robert i.iti is
council president.
Chai Chapter will meet 8 p.m.,
Tuesday, at the Deauville Hotel
Mi- Paul Gaier is president and
Mrs Don- Laschow, president-
Freedom Chapter was t" hold a
noon luncheon at llol;ila> Inn. 87th
St. and ( oil in- \\e. on Thin -
Idenl i- Mr- Bernard Aus-
tein lira Bena Stein was to be
chairman of the program which
to include a talk b) Stella
Btrn-ifin. psychoanalyst

Hatikvah Chapter held a card
party on Tuesday, 12 :> p.m., in
both Morton Towers card rooms.
President, Mr- Gertrude Solomon,
announced that on Tuesday, at 1
p.m.. a meeting will be held at the
YMHA. 1536 Baj Rd. Program vice
president, Mrs. Huth Steiner, will
present Sophie Primak, who will
review "Valley of the Dolls," by
Jacqueline Susann.
Miami Beach Chapter will meet
at 12:30 p.m., Tuesday, at the
Deauville Hotel Mrs Samuel
Baum is president,' and Mrs Ann
Kaufman, program chairman
North Shore Chapter will meet
l p.m., Monday, at the Deauville
Ih 1. Mrs. Ira Youngentob, pres-
ident, announced that games will
follow election, with Mrs Edythe
Zerman in chai
Harmony Chapter will meet at
the Deauville Hotel on Tuesday,
Mai 28. 8 p in Mrs Jack Cohen
i- president, and Mrs, .lack Her
man, program vice president
Maccabee Chapter will meet at
the Forte Town- North Audi
torium, 12(M) West Ave., on Thurs-
daj. Mar 30, at 7 30 p m Presi
dent. Mr- Herman Auerhaeh, an-
nounced that the Mercantile Ns
tjonal Bank of Miami Beach will
present movie. "Your Neighbor
Celebrate

Menorah Chapter will meet on
Tuesday Mar 28, at 12 30 pm .
at Washington Federal. 13th St
and Washington Ave, President,
lira Bertha Woskoff, announced
that the following day, Mar 2!. at
noon, there will be I I'urim party
at the Pour Freedom House 15th
floor recreation room, with prizes,
followed by a card party On Tin-
day, Apr. 4. the chapter will hold
its donor dinner at noon at the
Deauville Hotel.
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Mark I'.unun ol fen pie Kinanu
El. president of Hie Southeast Re-
gion USY, will lead the delegation
numbering .t7"> USY members from
-ix states in the Southeast If'
Theme of the convention is
"Religion in Depth The Chal-
lenge of Our Times." A good
part of the convention will be
devoted to a study of the Book
of Genesis, using research ma-
terial originally published by
the Melton Research Institute of
the Jewish Theological Seminary
of America. A special staff of
educators and rabbis will be on
hand to teach the material and
to lead the discussion groups.
A -p cial feature of the conven
tion will he tin showing ol .. m
film, 'The Magician," winch i- de
voted to th" question Ol war and
peao Marlene Krovetz, of Temple
Bmanu-El, recording secretarj ol
the Southeast Region, will pri
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Beach, will |
Sunday morning, while sen ices
will be conducted undei tl -up. i
vision of Zvi Honor, Beth David
i ongregation, and Elliol Safer, of
ihe Jacksonville Jewish Center
Rabbi Allen Rutchik, director of
the Southeast Region, t nited Syna-
> "i Vmerica, i- Ihe director
ol the convention, and Marshall
Baltuch, youth director ol Beth
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Package Processing Log
4/3/2013 4:00:54 AM Error Log for AA00010090_01989 processed at: 4/3/2013 4:00:54 AM
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