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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
March 24, 1967

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

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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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Preceded by:
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Succeeded by:
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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
March 24, 1967

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 35317254
lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
System ID:
AA00010090:01990

Related Items

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


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"Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WitKLY
Volume 40 Number 12
Miami Florida. Friday, March 24, 1967
Two Sections Price 20*
Anti-Semitic Books Great Business in Mexico
By Special Report
Anti-Semitism, in book form, is
alive and doing well in Mexico, the
Anti Defamation League of B'nai
B nth has reported.
Mexico City and its environs are
rapidly becoming a hub for the
printing in Spanish of anti-Jewish
volume* by the thousands, which
are then exported to key cities of
the United States and to Central
and South America, according to
Moses Kove. chairman ol the ADI.
foreign relations committee. He ad-
dressed a session of the league's
54th annual national commission
meeting recently at the Waldorf
Astoria.
In New York, a respected Fifth
Avenue bookstore was stocking
several of the doc en or more titles
currently coming out of Mexico
when ADI. checked a month ago.
These are still being sold in the
neighborhood bookstores which
cater to readers of Spanish. And
one wholesaler in the city reported
he had difficulty keeping an ade-
quate inventory of the more pop-
ular works.
Business is even better in Miami,
it was learned by ADI.'s Florida
regional office, where the Spanish
reading population has been vastly
increased in recent years by the
influx of Cuban refugees, who are
buying the books almost fastei
than tbey csn be imported, book
sellers report. Several of the anti
Semitic volumes portray Commu
nism as a "Jewish plot." and it is
; believed the refugees' anti-Commu
nist feelings, rather than anti
Semitism per se. account for the
Continued on Page -A
Eshkol Government Beats
Back No Confidence Move
'.\ae\ Foreign Minister Abba
I ban left this week for Tokyo
after a two-day official visit
II the Philippines which was
:ired by anti Israeli de-
monstrations. Eban cancelled
peech at the University of
Philippines because
IhoritiM feared trouble
from over 100 placard-carry-
Moslem students and
.ox "arv'i-imperiahst" stu-
dents waiting for him to ap-
crr.
QTA)
JERUSALEM (JTA) With
the full backing of all the parties
that are numbers of the Govern
men! coalition, Prime Minister Lev!
Eshkol's Government Sundaj bj a
VOte of 62-41 overrode a motion in
the Kne>sei i Parliament I that
would have expressed lack of con
fidence in the Government.
The line ti| against the Govern
menl was the most complete
mustered djuring the present re-
gimt by the opposition parties II,.
voting came on a motion submitted
b) Haii. the Israel Workers Part)
led bj formal frame Ifinistei
David Ben-Gurion, and Gahal, the
fusion of Ileuit and Liberal Partic-
However all the other oppasition
parties including the pnff-lsra< I
Communist Party, the "new I
munists Agudath Israel and llao
lem Ha/eh stated their lack of con
fidence separately.
All the opposition members
critized the Government for the
economic crisis at home and for
the alleged lowering of Israel's
prestige abroad. However, the
coalition partners backed the
Government solidly, and the
single no confidence motion, pre-
sented by Rafi and Gahal, fell
through after an address by Mr.
Eshkol.
This Government," Eshkol told
Parliament, "has been shoulder
ing burden- which none of the
preceding governments dared lift "
The Premier alluded to the poS
Slbilit) of renewed Jewish im
Continued on Page 11-A
PRAISES AMERICAN JEWRY
Catholic Bishops' Hierarchy Sets
New Guide for Jewish Relations
Ben Gurion
To Israel in
Triumphant
By Special Report
NEW VoHK David Ben-Gurion,
Israel b first Prime Minister, left
the United States Sunday after
completing a strenuous 19-daj
cross countr\ visit at the invita-
tion of the United Jewish Appeal.
m which he sought aid for absorb
Ing Israel's immigrants, and for
enlarging opportunities for the
high school education of then chil-
dren
His tour included an appearance
at the international inaugural con
ference for Israel Ponds on Miami
Beach
Returning
Wake Of
U.S. Tour
Departing for Canada for i
two-day stay before leaving for
London, the 80-year-old Ben
Gurion, accompanied by Mrs
Ben-Gurion, had words of thanks
and praise for the American peo
pie and the American Jewish
community, who had received
him enthusiastically.
The American people and the
American government have
been among Israel i warmest
friends- Mr BenGunon s;
I was happj to see that tin f<
Continued on Page 2-A
POLICE WOUNDED
Jobless Riot
In Streets
Of Tel Aviv
TEL AVIV (JTA) Twenty
pisons. including several police
men. were wounded in a riot this
week when police forcibly dis-
persed an estimated 1.000 jobless
workers demanding jobs
About 5.000 jobless workers took
part in an orderly demonstration
under sponsorship of workers com
mittees and the Mapam Party. Af
ter the formal demonstration end
ed, the rioters made a dash for the
municipality's new glass-sheathed
building and began hurling stones
and shouting for work
Helmeted police waded info
the rioters trying to disperse
them. Most of the wounded were
released from nearby hospital
after receiving first aid but three
persons, including one policeman
remained in the hospital.
The number of unemployed
workers in Israel in the last quarter
Continued on Page S-A
WASHINGTON -- tJTA The
American Catholic hierarchy dis-
tributed this week to all Catholic
bishops in the United States a set
of guidelines on Catholic .lewish
relation- The guidelines warn
against proselytizing of Jew-, rec
ommend changes In catholic text
books, urge a "frank and hones)
treatment of anti Semitism" in
Catholics teaching and call for
creation in each diocese of a com
mission or secretana for Catholic
Jewish affairs
The guidelines were approved
and distributed by the IS. Catholic
Bishops sub commission for Catho-
lic-Jewish Affairs. The sub com
mission is a unit in the Bishops
Commission for Ecumenical and in
tei religious affairs
The guidelines advise Catholics
to take the initiative for fester-
ing "Catholic-Jewish under-
standing" and couple the recom-
mendation with a warning that
"proselytiiing is to be carefully
avoided in the dialogue." Once a
dialogue with Jews has been
established, the guidelines pro-
posed, such meetings should be
"marked bv a genuine respect
for the person and freedom of
all participants and a willingness
to listen and to learn from either
party." Such meetings should be
"jointly planned and developed"
by Catholics and Jews.
The guidelines called for an
examination of Catholic school
texts, prayerbooks and other me-
dia, "under competent auspices." to
remove "not only those materials
which do not accord with the con
Continued on Page la-A
MAXIMUM SECURITY fOk STANGL
Brazil Police Launch
New Probe of Nazis
RIO DE JANEIRO (JTA) I
Brazils Federal police authorities,
following through on the arrest
two weeks ago at Sao Paulo of
Eranz Paul Stangl. the Nazi com
mandant of the murder camps of
, Treblinka and Sobibor. have
launched a probe of all German Im-
migrants in this country, suspect
ing that there may be large num-
bers of former Nazis and war cum
. inals among the 100,000 Germans
j who entered Brazil in the last 19
' or 16 years
Stangl. himself, awaiting extra
dition to either Austria or West
Germany, was being held in maxi
mum security prisons, being moved
from one tail to another almost
dailv. for fear that he may be BS
sassinated bj Nazis to keep him
from exposing the suspected Nazi
ring in Brazil.
Thus far, according to police
authorities, Stangl has disclaim-
Continued on Page 7-A
Dialogue Opposition Flayed
By Special Report
NEW YORK Rabbi Balfour
Brickner. director of interfaith ac-
tivities of the Union of American
Hebrew CongregaUotte, recently-
challenged the recent attacks of a
conservative and Orthodox rabbi
who objected to interreligious dia
logues betweeji Jews and Chris
tians on a theological level
The Reform rabbi called such
views "naive." He was similarly
critical of their comments which'
asserted that such interfaith com-
munications would lead to Jewish
conversions to Christianity.
Rabbi Brickner referred to a
recent article in the 'Saturday-
Evening Post by Rabbi Howard
Singer, of the Laurelton Jewish
Center in New York, entitled
Don't Try to Sell Me Your Re
Ugion." and a statement at this
week's Orthodox rabbinic assembly
by Rabbi Zev Segal. Newark, first
vice president of the Rabbinical
Council of America.
Continued on Page 10-A
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Friday, March 24. 1967
-JewIs* He rid I an
Page 3-A
Dr. Herzl Subject For Club Talk
"Dr. Thpodor Herzl, Founder of Selection! in Yiddish and Hf-
Political Zionism- was the subject lm,u ,.,.,. pre8ented l)V Ben v.
of a talk by Louis Lasavin before
the David Pinski Club on Friday men who also led ;i community
evening at 842 Washington Ave ting
k a> a> * 4- * * * * *
* SENATOR SHEVIN PLEDGES FIGHT'
: Attenticn Parents!
Combined Jewish Appeal Builders' Division at sion. Left to right (seated) are David B. Flee-
its initial meeting at the Columbus Hotel to man. Morris Lomaskin. Irwin E. Knott, James
kirk off the division's 1967 campaign goal for Cohen. Mannie Haupshman, Irwin Zucker-
S 100,000. Overseer of the gathering was E. man. Bennett M. Lifter and Jack Silverman.
Albeit Pallot (standing), chairman of the divi-
CJAppeal Well Over Million
In Race to Meet '67 Needs

Senator Shevin Introduced Legislation That: *
SETS STRICT CRIMINAL PENALTIES FOR THE SALE *
OF NARCOTIC DRUGS TO MINORS. J
HE WILL FIGHT FOR STRICT ygjBH *
CRIMINAL PENALTIES FOR T M *
THE SALE AND DISTRIBU- I ^J J
TION OF OBSCENE LITERA "* f"4V *
TURE TO CHILDREN UNDER AJ *
-ELECT SEN. ROBERT L. ^ "^^ d *
SAM BLANK HONORED PACE 6 A
HICHHISl CROUPS MEET CHAUlNGt PAGE 6-A
lECfOM OF LEADING LADIIS PAGE 58
The Combined Jewish Appeal campaign 11 i
week announced 11 had passed the one million dol-
lar mark on its waj to reaching the 1067 campaign
goal
Milton Weiss, campaign chairman of CJA, re
ported thai .1- ol Mar IS the Combined Jewish
Vppeal has raised SI 002.000 toward the total
needed bj < .1 \ bem iry agencies
il ol SI 876.767. the li
100 -till to !" raised in tl 1 ins
f 11 ign
The $1 002,000 total to date is comprised of
S i?" individual contributions to Combined Jew-
ish Appeal, approximately 1.000 gifts more than
had been received at the same time during last
year's CJA drive.
' I
hoi c ,i bj Miami Jew 11 I ad<
fiich Is the < \ campaign, "the
Combined Jewish Appeal should receive a mini-
mum of 12.000 contributions from tin- Dade Coun-
ts community."
This latest campaign progress report reveals
that CJA's divisions have each raised the follow-
ing amount of funds
Residence and High-Rise Division S259.742
Mercantile Division$96,109.
Manufacturing and Transportation
Division $27,023
Food. Restauranl and Allied Trades
Division Sill.170
Professional Division S85
Finance Division SI 12.372
O Consti in Di\i ion SI22.6
General Services Division S29.942
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will be i ated on
eei workers lo cover Iheii
unsolicited pli il .< cat ds
rID POUIICl ov
MORTGAGE MONEY
AVAILABLE!
Founded
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Set Frankel
JOE NEVEL
and SOL FRANKEL
announce:
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American Car
can be bought for
Import Car Price!
NEW
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CADILLACS TO COMPACTS.
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545 N.E. 15th ST., MIAMI
AND
nderstanding
every family as if it were our very own. We
have always felt a special responsibility to
the community and we are grateful that it
has responded by making Garlick Parkside
the largest family-owned Chapels serving
Jewish families.
Garlick Parkside in Miami can make all arrange-
ments for service in New York. Garlick Parkside
m New York can make all arrangements in
Miami.One telephone call to any Garlick Chapel
in either city is all that is needed.
Funeral Directors for 76 Yaara
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OF NEW YORK CITY
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r^r_-e Asc hecce riehrew |M Bj:> c=id the
--, .-.* .~zA ot Israel ere
getter _- Kr 5e--0_-.cn's prophetic risioe of
hj natxr. geriercnioci.* iron: tc-drv -ft Neaer
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whOMvai --. outcome c-jt Batoc 'cctt% -s.zt
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far serer^. --eftiJ rr.- hit sp_-.- Trill er-gace
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Meaning of Purim
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ten s ior relicr.cui ree:;-
He 1 j
oj pari ;: our Holy Bible r-
r.orr.er
... tiielmy lews
necessary to pa
to he free.
.'.'ft.r.er is the story of Pur.m ex: a
Jewj- one. Men ger. wbatever then
faith or creed, hare had a priOM elected
frorr. .-.e~ n ---ft never-ending struggle between
the forces of good and evil.
There are aiwavs an Esther zr.c z Mcrdecai
somewhere, pitting their er.ervy (nd their in-
telligence cgoinst some Hcmwn. And. indeed.
all too often there is c rating and weli-mot.vated
Ahaseux Hi have tyranny spelled
out for r. befT*- n becomes mec:
aware c: .-s ex.s-er.'.ft and rreves .- BM power
do! alwayi true that good
ft end for
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rha _i 'he mecmicg ct Putj:
Council Sabbath Services
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5er7ance ot 3:.:.. cnr>r--n :n syneqoc--es
throughout Dcde Cour. r.-.o~.- evenino
LccaTy seme 21ZC wemen .n sew :.vj;oni
c: me Grecrer M.:n Secncn wjl per.:.pare.
The presen:et.;ns -- fearire ser^-.;r.fttes
on whrr me N'r".:.-.-. Cour ew.sh ':.
en means *c me z: me :m_y me syn-
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:-.'_--..- oepr-.vee pevery- s-ric^er. =nd
r.o-dicappec here ahrocd one :n hvcnl
Greater M^nm. s Nr.::.:. Condi Sactiou
z.e.zj* provde or. onr.-o. oror.- :o the John
LVewey School of Ee Eiobraw
versity 0: "er^selem C 0 r.ew
S50C XT campus :-: me r-ehrew '.".- -
S-.-.ocl ::.: o:ves many fellowsh.:
z:~z-z'-r r.oe: irther ve:- 3".o:ei .
Oaind States.
In odmt.on to he.p.r.a oevelop me !=:oe'.:
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pro-. :oci supp.;es :.-.: toys to: :h.
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T.-.e '."ecTo rtgr.ts eeoer Ho* week acenwd
Secre--.: -r Soviet Embassy :n "A'ash-
tng*on :t diplanKitc denials" and evc=
of the stuhborr. tors 0: or.-. Jew.sh d:sc:.m-
inabon in the USSR
The old sayina coes Neve lock
in the mouth. But as wrth ell "old scy.nas
yn;c truth alway nstrctes :ts untrust-
worthy opposite Beware of Greeks bearinc
'which was o r. .oe horse .
May we patiently suagest that Mr Rntta
/ nxm ct r.:s r.terest
Jewry to :.-.e o^r.ero: :"...-a*e of ;
re.o-:cr.s in the V. T east.
v strain-
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helping ease them.
uring the week
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TWatre here smlitrv.
by 110 MIMDUH
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the reartioa of ret!*-^#^
cntia who emphasaec the <
taseaei four letter -
the Mn> Bfeorr. mer
the end Tb: nceaq
hat the movie a dirty At the
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hlsa L":T\sei" i '
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-aie-s so rac- abOf becaost N
roth, lntertaine-^
The^ aces the symbolic search for the father Step her
Deahte M* L*-tp-:.: Blc-xr. ar.d the lynbolk search for tfct
Leoc;.e B^oe; :' hen Dedalus It therefore dea! vttl
- Catholic question of c bahtj
Cather and soc
of saa m i*i rtisumniON
BUT in THE JOYCE rpfece. father ar.d aon are tyiah
* c ppher. DecUlua He may ha%e re-
jected kii fail ~x>ther in actuality But father I
- i-t --= he retards as an outmoded literary -ad;-
l and Aqumian terms, th*
fer J tic principles
r hard ad of definitive literar>
^r.d Ma-
'he ting aeekins to fulfill the n
n a ne 1 al n Bl
rnally-conn-i; but Dever-arrived Messiah In B:
bout the da> therefore, is the r<-frair. I Um
race It may refer to the end of his family line, for ti-
tle fear. a> weU, that -
One can. of course, go on and on with th:> The novel
miftrrpiec*, circling in upon itself, cunine outward a-
nei of excel 1
- to the circle .i iu own mattnificence, onl\ t
*ard again It would be impossible h e to tnl
n
- r.o about 1 film? 1 said at the onset 1
' p{ Jhe ted >uld he I
' enjoy their Isn't th< re
TMI fA'lUtf SriU 4 SOCCfSS
-
.. veers aft
Wtrtaci-api .n Pan- I literary aetue
wfcose techniqut
.1 Oha vhal ea
rout scope and origin, Wt. ^ ;ha. :he fll.u t,w,,. ,
ar in Manenbad. f, example' In Manenbau.
ate- .v, better m cinematic ereal
he makers of ITrsse' ever h >ped to manaxe There, tm si
thifta is human 1
*ev mbol and metaphor make I lysses ok like ax
production
, .' r write anythuu even ren
11
that the emperor of the 'new novel still the newest I I
rwe^l 'I ^ ,rroU*h, 'n, a" -'"'> middle cla- A
iheuniq
tein and 1
1
- the aov.
Continv^i on PSe I-A


Friday, March 24. 1967
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Page 5-fl
Purim May Not be Major Holiday,
But it Always Remains Close to Us
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
There is a Yiddish saying:
rmim iz nisht kein Yom Tov
und kadoches iz nit kein krank
heit." Basically, this signifies
that Purim is not regarded as
one of the important Jewish noli
days. It is nevertheless very close
to the hearts of the people.
tin Purim you do not have to
p work or recite long prayers
.,sk for forgiveness for sins.
All that is required of you is to
, .,i some hamentashen. make a
deal of noise when the
ill of Esther is read, send
presents to your friends, and do
some drinking. Most people find
IC requirements not too diffi-
11
Beauty Contest
1 he bin Megillah is about a
! auty contest winner, named Es
Iher She was a poor orphan girl.
the niece of a man named Mor
decai, living in Shu.shan Maybe
you never heard of Shushan. but
it, :ts day it was quite an im-
porUpl town It was a center for
rug-making in Persia and noted
for its halve industry its halve
was supposed to be tops
nne dn> Uncle Mordecai said
ft Esther *'I have just been look
at some of the pictures in the
hail Haily News of the cu-
ts in the national beauty con
it seems to me, Estherke,
Red Cross Will
Mark Birthday
ila NUcRae, star of th<
. d Get Vlfred V.
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blai affaii ihe 50th birth
celebration will begin with
iiu .. fl 30 Dinner will be
I Bl T 10, and III.re will be
tainmenl and dancing through
the evening
RE ELECT .
Dr. Walter W.
SACKETT, Jr.
Democratic Nominee
District 100 laver JO-B
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you are as Rood looking as any
of them. Why don't you enter it"
Even if you don't win the first
prize, marriage to the King, you
may get a television contract like
Bess Myerson."
Esther was tired of the book-
keeping job she held down; she
wanted a change, so she decided
to try for it. Sure enough she
was chosen Miss Persia and be
came Queen, and had her picture
in all of the newspapers.
Then, one day, Uncle Mordecai
came up to see her, all excited.
He told Esther all about the plot
of the wicked Haman to destroy
the Jewish people. "You are
Queen now," he said, "and you
must do something."
Esther didn't know what to do.
Then she remembered how the
Democrats and Republicans al-
ways held dinners when they
were in trouble, to raise funds
and appeal for support. "Yes."
she said, "I will give a dinner."
"The way to a man's heart is
through is stomach." she said
She had a recipe for gefilte fish
that she was sure would knock
the king over as they used to
-a> in Shushan.
Wicked Haman
So she invited the King and
the wicked Haman to the dinner
and. after serving the gefilte fish,
she told the King all about Haman
and his plotting And that was
the end of Haman
According to the Scroll of Es
ther. Hainan- desire to destro)
the whole Jewish people was
based on hi- dislike of Mordecai,
w 11 > refused to bow to him Vei :
:, anti Semiti sin, w hen tract ;
to its roots, i- found to be due
pi pjudii linsl a slngl
Jew i I. Act
Midi
' i
decai never tipped him.
The word "Purim" means lots
According to tradition. Haman
cast lots to set the day for the
extermination of the Jews, and
it fell on the day of the month
of Adar on which Moses died.
Haman regarded this as a pro-
pitious sign for him. What he
didn't know was that it was also
on the same day when Moses was
born.
Hard Requirement
Perhaps the hardest require
ment of the Purim holiday is that
of drinking. Not that Jews are
averse to drinking. A good Jew
welcomes the Sabbath with a
drink and closes it with a drink,
and makes a good many "lechay-
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THE NAME..
Kenneth M.
MYERS
RE-ELECT
REPRESENTATIVE
KENNETH M.
MYERS

Til/UK YOU FOR ELECTING ME
YSUR STATE LEGISLATE?.
Your continued support and vote are needed
on Tuesday, Mar. 28th to implement the pro-
grams I've already launched as a member of
The House Committees on Agriculture,
Insurance and Workmen's Compensation,
Motor Vehicles and Car-
riers, Public Roads and
Highways, State Govern-
mental Organisation and
Efficiency. I am the Only
Freshman Legislator to
Head a Committee the
New Select Study Commit-
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_ of 15X56 was about 99.000. slightly
lms in between. But, on Purim. ._ ,r
. ... ., more than 10 percent of the tota
the rule is, one must drink untti ,- ^ .
... labor force, according to a man
one is unable "to distingui-h ... -
between the good Mordecai and ,ower surve> of the Cen,ral Bu
the bad Haman." reau of Statistics.
For that, one must be quite Tne Bureau said the figure was
tipsy. However, the genius of the made on the basis of a survey ana
Jew is such that he even attains not through the labor exchange
this height, when duty demands' where many, but not all. Israeli
it. | jobless are registered.
RE-ELECT Murray w.
DUBBIN
|fe*e ieaaraeeetarnra. Omk* es
Mete's Entrim* and Stitority
Will Wort Ftr Tm
Horny H. Dubbia'a dynamic leadership rt-
aulted la M< ppomtment tt Chairman of
the Cootmarea ComrmttM. Viet Cnalrman
f tt tolas a Calendar Committee, and a
Rtatbar ol tte eoawnitteas on Appropria-
atiMi, Finance I Tai Hlfher learning, in-
aurancc Workmen's Compensation, and
Judiciary A
BHirl h, ktarxaa, Caaail|i CtUaTflMI *" W Democrat
fd. POL A iv
RAY
YOURSELF
FIRST
i ou have trouble saving money? Most
people do. So here's a suggestion you may find
helpful. First, decide how much money you
want to save. Five percent of take-home pay is
about average. Then each time you get paid,
"pay yourself first" by putting this five percent
in a savings account with us. This is a good
systematic savings plan.
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M and compounded juanedy.
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UJA Award Goes to Blank
rad-
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which rats* 'ne
.ceal **
Arthur S Rosichen. aaStVthW
director of Federation, explained
that the reqv**st of UJA he was
presenting the award to Blank
" a token of appreciation for
his exceptional service on UJA'i
National Campaign Cabinet from
1* to IWe"
: vi;d
un
isaal award
.,-.... [an
hf-il!-cl for the oppor
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The L'JA aware i 2 -
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of Ji I
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production of "The Deputy" stir
red SO much controversy ami
grated to Israel prior to Worlo
War II and was active >r laraa i
War of lndpeno>n<* He as
twice arrested by the British for
suspected membership in the un
derground
-cheduied for 10 aJi
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Broward ZOA
Tribute to Israel
7.-- annual "Tribute to
el celet- I the Broward
nitav
txc of America tcvk place on
Thursday 7 30 pm. at Tccnpk
accordinc to Rabbi Mort I V
caaarmar.
'.^rr: K.r.c teie\i*ior. pn
alitj ne>paper columnist, radio
host and oe< analyst, was |
fot* sinter and pHtariat, Mario.
arranaed a special musical pro
gram of popular American. Israeli,
and international folk
X t of the affair was
the presentation of the Kfar Sil
.' Sam Perr>
. :: .-- -- proior! : .! Um
Broard Z*c- id and Mri
Perr> who has beer, draft.-,
be Jewish War Veteran> M
m Dasid Shapiro, printdaul
of the Southeast Region ZOA. and
Rabbi Samuel Z Jaffe participat.nl
^

ror you who deserve the best
offers superb catering
in sumptuous settings.
PORAL MOTEL OM-THC-OCCAN
OORAL MOTEL A CCUMR C^. B M Mi
Hava tnaii
Business Meeting.
Banquet, or
Special Occasion

You'M find CO*npl#
foolitias to ptoctly sohsfy
your needs m th Ksme>f,
Aladdin, Scbeherciode and
Rubaiyat Rooms, be it for a
wedding or a pr.va't party I
II tt%,

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Friday. March 24. 1967
Unisl Ihriii tr
Page 7-A
Left to right are Mrs. Alan M. Ziffer, Mrs. lay
Kushner carnival chairman, Mrs. Harold J.
Brooks. PTA president, Mrs. Alan H. Roth-
stein and Mrs. E. Peter Goldrina. Temple
Umanu-El Room Mothers, who met last week
at the home of Mr=. Goldring to discuss plans
for the All-Day Purim Carnival held at the
North Branch Building. 77th St. and Dickens
Ave., on Sunday.
Brazil Police Hunt Nazis
Continued from P9e 1-A
ed all knowledge about any or-
ganintions devoted to protecting
former Naii* and war criminals.
However, it wm learned thit
week, he i* being interrogated
minutely, on suspicion that ho
may know the where abouts
either in Braiil or elsewhere in
Latin America of at least two
other top war criminals. These
men, are Martin Bormann, Hit-
ler's top deputy, and Dr. Josef
Megele, the notorious "selection
doctor" at Auschwitz, who chose
the Jews to be put to death.
Purim Festival
Is Season Climax
For Farband
I rbediker Branch, Parband, baa
i ., Purim Festival, with tra-
al Food and wine on each
Thursday, Mar 23, al 8
in Mi. \l iers Hotel
i the affaii i- vice
! b>
is Forei
t ihc -
al concert
Both Austria and West Germany
have requested that Stanjjl Ih- ex
tradited to stand trial for his war
crimes. The Brazilian .Minister of1
Justice has already petitioned the
Supreme Court to permit StUlgl'S
extradition, on the grounds that
he is "seriously suspected of the
murder of more than 100.000 per
sons." The hinh court is expected
to rule on the Minister's petitioi
either late this month or earlj in
April.
Investigating all German imml
grants in Brazil, manj of whom'
came here under Red Cross BUS
puts during 1951 and 1952. is a
massive task.' the Federal polio
said The majority of the German
immigrants settled in the southern
sections of the countrj particularly
in the states of Parana. Rio Grande
do Sul and Santa Catarma
Some of them represent in Brazil
some of West Germany's top in
dustrial and commercial establish
ments, and manj arc members (
line reli
! or of
le '
ll Is I I
prestige
address
RE-
ELECT .
GERALD
MjgwvUs
TO THE
STATE LEGISLATURE
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Hundradi of fin* quality
H.gn Faihion Prvciwly
fined Imports I DomaitKS
17M-J724 "once d leon Slvd
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in the heart of
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4C0 foot private beach
and cabanas Vi mile of
boardwalk two heated
pools steam, sauna and
massage facilitiesnstores
and specialty shops right
on the premises
Studios, 14 2 ,> | 7")
Bedroom Apt*., f I 1 /
Rentals from mo. A J mt
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eral police that some of the Hit
man organizations ad as camou
flage for groups engaged in aid
ing former Nazis and war criminals
These facts and fears are being
emphasized by virtually the en-
tire press in Brazil. <> Globo, the
dail) newspaper with the largest
circulation in the country, warned
that ever) effort must be made to
find the Nazis and war criminals
in Brazil.
S Students Attend
Keren Ami Meet
Fifty members Of the Keren Ami
Council of the Beth Tnrah Harold
Wolk Religious School participated
this past Sunday in the annual
Keren Ami Conference of icpre
sentatives of all synagogue schools
in Greater Miami, at Temple I-
rael, under the sponsorsbip ol
the Bureau ol Jewish Education ol
Greater Miami.
At the conference the students
heard a presentation of the work
of the Combined Jewish Appeal by.
Edward Cohen, executive dlrectoi
of Temple Israel.
Members of the school Keren
Ami Council are Jerry Schwartz.
Mark Lundy, chip Kaufman, Gen
ise Teieh Amy Hirschberg, Bobby
Cantor, Barbara Browdy, Robert
Weber. Sieve Blonde, Lynn Silver
stein, Karen Kartzmer, Marilyn
Stone, llelisc Dubnick, Martine
Spector, Harriet Bebchuck, Howard
Malaniud. Warren /inn. Janna
Zwerner, Jo) Sternlieb Paul Roth
Penny Cohen, Edward Blumenthal
Brad Marshall. Roni Laskin
Also Lee Friedman. Ellen Bres
low, Sheryl Kartzmer. Adrien Cai
den. Mark l.ipof. .Ion Weiser, Alii
son Deveaugh, Garj Shachat, Mark
Greenspan, Ellen Schimek, Larry
Kahn, Roger Baruch, Lynn Talent
Linda Barg, Gary* lundy, Richard
Potash, Mike Friedman, Michael
Snyder, Jackie Kirschenhaum.
Ileen Cohen, Marty Shaffel, Ronald
Book. Georgians Gromet, Stewart
Brint, Ann Gordon, Steven Gold
berg.
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Friday, Mum Ii 24, 1967
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Friday. March 24, 1%7
Pago S-A
Report Anti-Semitic Books Do Rousing Business in Mexico;
Miami Cuba Colony Buy Them Faster Than They're Printed
maintain! m on-going ludj ol I he fathcr.$on Baseball Gomt
'.....IHiona "' Jewl8h "'".........""s Brotherhood of Temple Beth El,
throughout the world on the hi Hollywood, held iti annual father
torieall) valid Unm thai a threat ton baneball game on Saturday
to Jews anj vt re is a threat to] The afternoon included pop-corn
Jews everywhere and crackerjacks.
Continued from Pag* 1-A
inten I i Ne Vorfc bookaellcn
.' |M i' i pi epondei .nice ol < 'u
li.in huyi i foi tin- volumei <
Ne (irleai i i tngeli and
' hica ip : epoi u dl) are also dii
Iribution < pi tei foi the thriving
tradi Kove ild
He said Derrota Mondial
(World Defeat bj Salvador Bor
a Mexican, \\ .i among the
beat ii, i Hi i hr gem a In New
York \ 700 page opus cl
Jewi ii ronspirai j in intet national
affau ii hai been told in 19 edi
lions, with .i total ol khikxi copies
Low Cost Key
Defamatorj ol Jewa in general
ad .i lulatorj ol Hitler, it ihowi .<
reliance on the notorloui "Proto
eola "i the Blden ol Zion," hich
il n in in .niii here undei iti
Spaniah title "Loa Protocoloa de
los Sabios del Si,in The lattei one
oi the classic anti-Semitic works,
li. had i ale ol many thousands
Kove pointed to two factors
wlin ii n ,i! Mexico fertile produc
iimi ground for anti-Semitic books
tin relati lov coat ol piinting in
Merico nd the laiasa lane .itti
bide "i the Mexican Government
on Hi ground that Mexico has
11 i i i suppi es
moii ou I not tn be taken
Spaniah language editions of the
tocols, ol two hooks by a i
Rumanian anti Semite, Traian Horn
i he Great Jewish Conepii
acj and M md Slat es ol
the 20th I enturj and othei blal
anti Jewish woi I lie in
tcapulco La Pai
.1' li(ili fm K\
ource of distress to
inj of whom an
vivon ol th' Hitlerian holocaust,
Kovi ted hi app< arance ol
.mil .li wish dial i ibes in pi inl has
often been a stoim signal to Jew
is|i communities throughout the
VMM III
\ re nil) .i last month, he
said, La ......i < nnspii acion .In
I .i with .i ii- [rantlj anti Semitic
cover ii- -ii n was displayed prom
inently a) a m m land <>i the I 11
ton Hotel in Guadalajara Eighl
thousand copies have been printed
m three editions in lH.r><>. 1080 and
iixii Amos \ Baclavoa del Siglo"
had a iiiii dl 5.000 in 1968 and l!Hi2
editions itoih imnks have been
old in \ Koin.in. s. ii s thud book, I rai
iion .i Occidente," is an attempt to
convert the Israeli-Arab conflict
into themes ol anti-Semitic "liter
attire, the Ann Defamation League
spokesman laid it sees Israel as
a Soviet instrument to conquer
the \iah world and it lends
support, Kove indicated to a then
i \ thai \t ah pi opaganda interests
are behind some ol the anti
Semitic publii bins, in Mexico The
hook had a inn of li IKMI copies III
two editions in 1981
Hands Off Policy
ii ihi Mexican Government has
followed a hands off policy in the
printing and distribution of these
books, there arc nevertheless re
cci i indical ion Kove said, that
the government's National Tourist
i-il i ill tuibed
Mexico heavily or: tow
.i- a ma i"i il .mil some
9 pel nt oi the tourists to that
rnosth Arooi
Man) have taken offense at
ali oi anti Jew ish literature
written to Mexican and
Amei o an I to the Anti
imation League expressing
thl il' \ lev.
"While tin i ea ;ue i- primarily
during the week... as i see it
Continued from Paoe 4-A
mm- i |i;h oi
whuh .'' i in .||.
re
lone to the
other* In the t ovel
the ii Bio i nti
'" '' ......h |..i
; ii n I hat Mar
ienbad turned the trick on the
nothing about Mai
bad ai litei atura 'l hat Ulys
' [oi ill it failure (or sue
on the sci een
i a idi
.
concerned at this time with the ills
tributlon of these hooks in the
I nited States," Mr. Kove said, "we
.in nevertheless worried about
their widespread sale in Mexico
and what that portends for the
Mexican Jewish community, par
tieiilarly since other signs of or-
ganized anti-Semitism have been
manifest recently."
He referred, he said, to the dese-
cration earlier this month of 32
tombstones in the ancient Jewish
Cemetery on C'alle Sur, Mexico
City, They were covered with swas
tikas. crosses and slogans in praise
of Hitler and defamatory to Jews
"A cold chill" swept through the
Jewish community, one eyewitness
reported; many of the ......e than
30,000 Mexican Jews hold vivid
personal memories of Na/i Ger-
many.
Four Synagogues also have been
hit by vandalism and swastika
smearing in recent weeks, kove
said, the latest about two weeks
ago.
Throe Possibilitios
Knowledgeable sources rile three
possibilities as responsible for the
recent upsurge in anti Semitic "
tivity in that country One. they
say, is the large and economically
strong contingent of non Jewish
Germans with Nazi associations
who emigrated to Mexico daring
,,ni| |usl after World War ll
Another is tin large ami wealthy
Arab community which is normallj
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10,000 and 20,000
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+Jenislfhridian
Friday, March 24 1367
Rabbi Flays Opponents of Religious
Dialogue on Inter faith Level
Continued from Page 1-A
Both oi N Jewish critics urg-"
ed continued dialogue and co-
operation on common community
social concerns but frowned upon
such exchanges when they enter
into the theology of Christianity
or Judaism.
Rabbi Segal said "we are agcinsl
a homosenized religion Discussion
of the deei' religious commitments
which a faith community holds can
only serve to confuse There is
particular relationship between
man and his God thai is not sub
ject to either debate or persua-
sion "
In his article. Rabbi Singer term-
ed intcrfaith dialogues between
Christians ami Jews on religious
differences 'a farce" and suhtl>
demeaning to .lesvs "
In a reply to Rabbi Singer ad-
dressed to the Saturday Evening
Post. Rabbi Brickner stated that
he urged inter religious communi-
cation even on matters of theolouy
precisely in order "to help Chris
tians understand why we Jews see
our own faith as an ongoinc phen-
omena with values for all man
kind -
He reported that based on
RABBI BAUOUK BfffCKNf*
more than a doien dialogues with
Protestants and Catholics cur-
rently being conducted by the
UAHC's Department of Inter-
faith Activities throughout the
country "we have found a great
eagerness among Christians to
learn about Judaism and a grow-
ing willingness to accept Jewish
viewpoints once they understand
it."
He felt that such a response
could never occur if the course
recommended by both Rabbi Sum
er and Rabbi Segal was followed
The Reform rabbi was pleased
that these concept- were a minority
view in the Jewish communit)
He added "officially most Pro
testant denominations and Amer-
ican Catholicism deny eliminating
the conversionary thrusi from dia-
logue. On the contrary they see the
Jewish people as having a special
place in God's plan which they
can better discover and determine
by listening In a -lew talk about
his faith
The Conservative rabbi said
'when laymen engage in theolog
ical dialogue, they cheerfully ex-
change superficialities and misin
formation And when clergymen
or scholars do it. they gingerly
walk around certain topics like in-
fantrymen poking their way
through a minefield ."
Rabbi Brickner wondered
whether the reluctance of these
critics to have their constituents
engage in dialogue, due to a
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seeking the theological foundations
which undergird and motivat thai
action. Our religious insti
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Jenlsfi flcrkMan
Paqe 11-A
\J
shkol Beats Non Confidence Move
Continued from Pago 1-A
Btion from abroad "coming
Uiorlly. not only from countries
|ni affluence The Government.
led, enjoys the continued
of Jewry abroad." and has
its intimate contacts with
rwish leaders around the world.
Unemployment in Israel, the
I Minister maintained, was
lower than the figures men
!,> the opposition. Even the
i urc on registrations of parsons
.,. in mployed were wrong, he
said, because these figures include
people living on income as well as
students who do not look for work.
Criticizing those who attack Is-
rael, at home or abroad,*' Eshkol
took the opportunity to announce
that the two editors of the weekly
magazine Bui. recently sentenced
to one year prison terms for en
dangering the state's security, will
lx' freed from jail just before Pass
over, which starts Apr. 24. They
had previously been scheduled for
release In connection with Israel
Independence Day, to be celebrated
tin- year on May 15.
The men. he said, will be re-
leased earlier because the Cabinet
dOCS nol want to ignore petitions
from abroad, where the impres-
sion had been created that the iin
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prisomnenl of the men was an in-
fringement on freedom of expres-
sion. The men. he said, had in
reality undermined confidence In
the State on the whole, and not
only in the Government
Eshkol refuted references in the
Israeli press which had intimated
hat the Government conducts sec
ret trials. The editors of "Bui. he
said, and all others in prison are
there after due process of law In
the Bui ca*e. Mr Eshkol noted, the
ban on publishing reports about
the arrests, trial and convictions
had been imposed by the Judge,
who belongs to an independent ju-
diciary which i- not subject to eminent orders
Turning to the ease Of .Inn
Kunche. the dismissed editor of
The Jewish Observer and Middle
East Review, of London. Eshkol
charged that the publication had
printed material influenced by a
member of Rafi "with whom
Kimche is friendly"' Me was be-
lieved to have referred to Shimon |
I'cres, the former deputv defense
minister who is one of the Rafi
leaders
Eshkol said that an article by
Kimche not only asked for the re
signation of Minister of Justice
Yaacov Shapiro, but 'east suspicion
on the integrity of the entire ad
ministration of fustice In Israel "
He also said that Mr hunch. -
article on unemployment in Israel
was |he cause for his dismissal be-
cause it contained a veiled call for
discontinuation of efforts toward
lewish emigration to Israel from
Britain at the very time when ap-
peals for emigration 10 Israel were
being made in England.
Arie Ben-Eliezer. of Herut. who
made the motion for Cabal, told
the Knesset that the severe econom-
ic crisis had followed "artificial af-
fluence ." Me put the number of un-
employed at 75,000 to loo.ooo. He
decried the (io\ crnment's "extreme
nervousness" as manifested in the
Bui and Kimche cases
On behalf of Rafi, Gen. Moshe
Dayan told the Knesset that this
was no way for the opposition to
put through a non confidence mo-
tion that would topple the Gov-
ernment without "a crisis inside
the coalition." However, he said,
the purpose of the non-confid-
ence motion, which Rafi support-
ed, was to give Parliament the
opportunity to examine what the
Government has done or failed
to do.
In that context, he declared, the
Bul and Kimche cases were Sec
ondary affairs, "although no ls-
rael Government should ever tell
Jews abroad to keep out of Is-
raeli affairs" "On the contrary,"
he stated, "our aim should be to
increase the engagement and the
commitment of Diaspora .lews in
Israeli matters
The Government's principal "un-
fulfilled promise. said den
Dayan, was its pledge thai the eco
nomic recession would not cause
large-scale unemployment Me said
Ph 44B-2SBI
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Friday, March 24, 1%7
I it rim etna ^/Vlectillan r^cadincjs *^5ct
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Tor ^^abbatli ^5e
rvtces on
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ACUDATH ACHIM. The Martinique
Hotel, 6423 Collins Ave. Orthodox _
r*Mdaj "i T- p'fn Raturdny 9 Witt''
Mm. h,i ". :.' i> in
ACuOATH ISRAEL 7801 Carlyle Awe.
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever
&j la* 6:3i> ji.m. Baturda) 50 a m
> nun: "Th'1 K:i>.-in:it in,- Sl<>i\ !
I*uitm." Mr. anil Mr.- Suv n Qoldberc !
will host the KIdduah In honor of
daug-hter MIMrad Mlncha p.m. ~'\
p i-i Purlm iislntrad in wiih roaillna I
>f in.- MatrUlan Bundaj 8 a.m Read
Ing the Mfcll.ih
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ETH OAVIO. 8625 SW 3rd Awe. Con
aerwative. Rabbi Sol Landau. Cantor
William W. Lioaon
Friday I:1S p.m Council ftabbatli
Pu Im sermon "Tins i Am Satu I i
i i m Bar Mltsvah David, son ol
Mr and Mi* Paul Safer '''<' i-m
Mini ha I 10 i n. Reading ..f the M.-cil-
lah
ETH EL. 500 SW 17th Awe. Ortho
don. Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
FViilay 6:1.". p.m. Saturday B JO n m
Barmon; PurlnVa Eternal Meaaad
Mim-ha > I' m Satunlai T::'." p.m
ReaiiinK "f th.- Meglllnh Bundaj : SO
m Reading of thr Meglllnh
ETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Berel Wain.
-
FTH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmarwahu T.
Swirsky. Cantor Maurice Mamchea.
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ETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Awe.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Benlamin Ben.An
Pi laj I II p in National Council Sab-
bath Rellariout School students srlll
partlclpati la services 'Sermon "A
Prt-qneni Traced] Ones Shabbai
honied by Mr and Mi- Benjamin
Bokoloff m honor of Jack Stone and
Mr. Irving Jacobaon Saturday I li
Sermon "Power to Remembei
p in 'Tins la ih. i 'ommand 7
Scroll of Bather will he read, an.I
in- will preaent Purlm plai
r in aonga
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ETH MOSHE CONGREGATION
13630 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative
Rabbi David Rosenfeld. Cantor Sey-
mour Hinkei.
) I p.m i". ,. Mm
nnd I: I: I N I
ii if Ji m lah V
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BETH SOLOMON SO NW 5't PI.
Conservative. Rabbi Aaron Feier.
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thodox. Rahbi J-eon E Ric*ovtkv
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CANDLELIGHTING TIME
12 2 A dor 6:16 p.m.
I
BETH TORAH. 164th St and NE '-th
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip
Chitz. Cantor Jacob Ren--'
Sermon
rersus Individ
\l i'7.\ ah Plnrei dii
i n I Mi Harold Sot lei i: lli
: Mi and Mi Bdw In .- hlnu '..
Saturda) ::> a.m Bar Mltsvah:
11 ... \. -..ii of Mr an>I Mra. Norman
Mori Hal, eon Dr. nnd Mra
Mot,.ii Roaenbluth. Mlncha 5:10 p.m
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9'NAI RAPHAEL 1401 NW 1S3rd St
Conserwatiwe. Rabbi Harold Richtar
Cantor Jack Lerner.
Frlda> R:1S p.m. Sermon: "The Rab-
bl'a Return to the Campue." Bar Mill
\..li M.Mil. s.m ..f Mr an.I Mr*
Seymour Kananl Saturda] 7:45 p.m
ling of the Mesrlllah. Sundaj S SO
a in Purlm service 10:4S a.m Reli-
gious School l'lirim program
FT. LAUDERDALE TEMPLE BETH
ISRAEL. 547 E. Oakland Park Blwd.
Rabbi Philip Chaiton. Cantor Theo-
dore Mindich.
Kii.li> 11:15 p.m Sermon "Disturbing
i lie Comfoi table
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HALLANOALE JEWISH CENTER.
126 E. Hallandale Beach Blwd. Rew.
Paul Deutech.
HEBREW ACADEMY 2400 Pinetree
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S
Gross
ij p.m Saturday 9 m Mm. ha
in Mesrlllah readina 7 SO p.m.
m Reading "f the Megll-
lah Rvenlni service* at I 10 p.m
SRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L
Drazin. Cantor William B. Nuasen.
sen.
Frida} 30 and v 15 p.m Sermon:
"Sliala.li Monoa IM7." Saturdai B IB
a in Sermoa: "Portion -.f thi W
ib of the Meaill ih Sunda> 9
i Re ting ..f the Megillah I liii-
."..-'Mm. Pageant >' inda> l"
1:. School progr m
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JACOB C COHEN COMMUNITY
SvNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern
Cantor Meyer Engel.
p.n Satin
St-rmni 11.. i. i I: i
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Oi-tHodox. Rabbi Phmeii Weber-
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SEPHARDIC JEW.SH CENTER. 045
Collins Ave. Rev. Cantor Sadi Nah
mla*.
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Who is this young lady?
This is Shulamit, my sister.
Where is she going?
She it going to the University.
She is a student at (in) the
University.
What it she studying1
She studies Education.
She wants to become a teacher.
She studies a great deal.
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Where doet the live?
She lire* in our house.
Wo live together
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SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE 18151 NE
19th Awe. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah
E. CaoL'n.
:.i and r. p.m Sermon
"Hitler i- Sol Dead, followed bj
diai -- Inn 1 meg Shabbai boat -
-.I b> Mr and Mra Paul Carlln Sal
urdai 9 a in. Sermon .v i-a\ 10 Re
member." Mlncha I p.m Reading
the Meglllati 7 .'..1 p.m Sundas y a.m
Purlm aervlce 7 30 p m. Purlm dinner
and i" h i"aaentatlon.
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN Con
aerwative 1025 NE 1P3rd St.. Miami
Gardens Rd. Rabbi Milton Schlinaky.
Cantor Maurice Neu.
I*- Idas x. 1". p.in Ser k'lces cond
ii> I'sv Sermon "The hlamenn
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m: 11 ha I |i ii-
TEMPLE BETH AM. 550 N. Kendall
Dr.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Michael
Kwrr.
Prlda> *:S0 p.m Bermona: "Mordecnl
ill.I .1. .-1-. \ 1 '..in; r..|l ..f I'm im
and I'.i.-i.i
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TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY-
WOOD. 1351 S. 14th Awe Reform
Rabbi Samuel Jaffa.
Prldaj 7 '" pin Annual famllj P
ers'lcc and rending of the Megillah
Saturda; 11 a.m Bar Mltsvah Steven
.ia\. mi.11 .if Mr nnd Mra Iternard
TEMPLE BETH RAPHAEL. 1545
Jefferaon Awe. Conserwatiwe. Cantor
Saul H. Breeh.
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TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chaae
Awe. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronitn
Cantor Dawid Conwiaer.
FYida} N IS p >.-iiii.n "Th. ShRme
of VYaym Saturday 10:45 m Bar
I ^Utgvah Al -mi. da ighter ..f Mr and
Mra Joaeph I 'a 1 ii -
TEMPLt BtTH TOV 6438 SW 8tn
St. Conaervatiwe. Rabbi Simon April
I-11.1 ij S: 15 p.n 11 r r im To-
da> Saturdaj .. m Sermon l'..i
lion ..f th- Week." 7 ; m Re iding ..f
the Mi '.. in Readina
of the Meg llah
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TEMPLE BNAI SHOLOM. :6800 N W
22nd Awe. Conservative. Cantor
Abraham Reiseman
a
TEMPLE EVANU-^L. 1701 Washlno
ton Ave. Conservat've. Rabbi Irv.ng
Lehrman. Cantor Zwl Adler

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TEMPLE ISRAEL OF GREA1
AMI, '3" \E lth St. Reto.'M. RabD
JoiepH R N.l-ot,
a
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIRAMAR
3500 SW 69th W.iy C0rserv.1t.-
Rabbi lrw.n Cut ar
and

TEMPLE JUDEA. 5500 Granada Blvd
Reform. Rabbi Morris Kipper.
Si
111..11 if Vlel N.i'i
\1i- S
:.. a 1 he Sal lonal Co
Jew i>h Women
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TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th St
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owiti. Cantor Nico Feldman.
Prlda) t:l5 p.m Sermon '*M> H'
i- in 1 he Kaal Saturdn) I .1 m > 1
iii.ii I -rtIon of thi .a
Mi glllah sen Ii
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TEMPLE NER TAMID 0th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi
tional. Rabbi Eugene Laoovitz. Can-
tor Edward Klein.
Prldas B:IS p.m. Purlm pie m VVI
do the Hi nthena Rage Saturda) 7
p n. Reading ..f thi Meg llah
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TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conserwatiwe
g755 SW 16th St., Miami Rabbi
Ralph G I i x m a n Cantor Herman
Marchbein.
Priday i* m Pulp Kin vf. Mrs Hid
nej Greenateln of the National Coun-
cil ..f Jea lah \\ n Topli
Jewish Queen t>f Todaj Katurila>
8:45 a in Bar Mltsvah Scott, "..n of
Mr and Mrt Albarl Tarnbour
TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI.
Temporary office 1820 NE 164th St
Reform. Rabbi Ralph Kingsley.
Cantor Chet Gale.
Prldn) B:15 p m Sermon: "'Thi I
i".iMt ..f Burvlvnl A Purlm Poem
Saturda) 11 a m Bai Mltn I W
li.im. "..ii .f Mi and Mra David Pl< d
Bunda) l" SO in Reading of the
Purlm Mesrlllah .mi aervlcea to be held
,. Waahlnaton Pederal, '': NE lTth
si
TEMPLE SHULOM 132 SW 11th Ave .
Pompano Beach Conservative. Rab-
bi Morris A. Skop. Cantor Leon
Segal.
I 1 .ia\ i Why I
i la n .
h Ma -'
Mr- Martin
.1 in Sel '" 11 Tl 1 Ii Tall.
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TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951 E
4th Ave., Hlaleah. Conservative
Rabbi Maurice Klein.
Pul| MM
I .! Cnuni i
Work-
Force ol
..f 1.

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1 7 p 11.
TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora Ave
Conaervatiwe. Rabbi Maxwell ler.
r. Cantor Ben Dickeon.
8:11 p.in <"' in >' Sabbath.
1 lueai V 11k. M -1 inlei SI
if the National Couni 1! ewla
" omen. Baturda) I." n > mon
Portion nf th- M eh
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TEMPLE ZION. 8000 Miller Rd. Con
lerwat've. Rabbi Alfred Waxman
I 1 il.n -.agft- p m s..rti|..n "The I 1 1
1 Ki-inembrniK-e The Need of H'-n -
_-. 1111.11.""' Satiiril> '.'.3 a in !'..
Mi^vali. Mi.ti..i.l Mill .'f Mr nnd M--
1 ilnftSlc: (tr.rT^-"n ..f Mr .infl
Mr> flrllp Prledman. 6:4". p ni R 1 1
ln( of the Megillah
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TIFERETH ISRAEL. 8300 N. Miam
Ave. Conservative Rabbi Henr
Wernlok.
r Ida) I IS p m. Pupil guest, Mr*
\ % in Atlaaa of the v'V'ii.m.i q
1 Jewish Women rop
w 1 .man 1 >neg fhabliai n j
N( \)W Katardag in >.
r..iti..ii 11 w- k "
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YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER M,,
AMI MO NE 17-st St O-ti
Rabbi Sherwin Stauber. C.into-
Pincut Aloof.
r. Ida) *:i i. I
Sermon "Totall
Iliator] Mini an I
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YOUNG ISRAEL OF MIAMI BEACk
1542-44 Washington Awe. Rabbi Naf
tali Poruah.
Priday 8:10 p m Saturda) .. n >
..11 gueet, Rabbi 1 elaer 1 1 In
man. Orthodox Rabbinnte 1 1.
m rh
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
Feast of Esther Must
Arm Us for Troubles
By RABBI MAX SHAPIRO
This Saturday night we read the
Scroll of Esther, for Sunday is
Purim.
(hayov Adam I.i Krah Es Megil-
lah Be-I-eilaw I'li Shnosa BaYom."
Every Jew is required to read the
MegiUah at night and repeat it the
next day
Every Jew must read the Megil-
lah at night, in dark and difficult
times, in order
to draw courage
and endurance to
with stand the
troubles U 1 i -
Shnosa Ba-Yom"
and must re-
peat it by day in
brighter and hap
pier times to
eliminate possi
ble repetition of
tragedies and ca
laiiji'
This Sabbath
befo Pui m is
. hor"
I
'
A e ll.i.n lah Ra> a<
..
l- a paran kii I pi i i
Vel it i> misunderstood foi il -
Rabbi Shapiro
Thii page it prf>drJ in co-
operation u-irh trte Greater Mi-
ami Rdhhinu'dl Aiiocidtion.
Coordinitor of featwei ap-
pearing here is
DR MAX LIPSCHITZ
ipintiidl leader of Brth Torah
Cor.fregation of North Miamf
Beach.
an impossibility when taken liter
ally, since "Adam Konv Li At
"Man is closest to himself
We must begin with the higlu
echelon of society in order to radi
air the true low. Dean Inge oih-
said, Alan has just enough reli
ion to hate and not to love I
example, it is simple for a
to like an affluent member.
atient, or a lawyei I
client Rut 1 .1 a rabbi t*i I
a doctor another d
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rCabbinical Jeleviaion f~ i
i\irn~
Mar. 26 ch 10. ll am. The Jewish Worship Hour
I)r Samuel Jaffe, Temple Bath KI Hollvwood
Mar. 26 Ch 7. 10 a m "Still Small Voice"
Host Rahhi Alfred Waxman, Temple Zion
Guest.s Rahiii Phineaa A Weberman, Obov Shalom
Congregation; Rabbi Avrom I Pratin, Israelite
Center
Topic: "Purim rheme"
Mar 28 Ch 2. 9 ltd p.m Man to Man
Topic: "Who Needs Vou'
Moderator: Rev Luther C Pierce
Participants In Herbert Baumgard. Temple Beth
Am. Re\ Albeit R Schmidt. Grace Lutheran
Church; Fr Donald Connolly. Holy Pamil)
Catholic Church
- waasasaasaateasantui. .1,.. ^. y
aasas* Bnasaaamu 1 ..,. jnas SYNOPSIS OF THE TORAH PORTION TZAV
Moses anoints Aaron and his sons as priests.
And he poured of the anointing oil upon Aaron's head, and
anointed him, to sanctify him" (Lev. 8. 12).
TZAV An elaboration of the sacrificial laws the burnt
Offering the meal offering, the sin offering, guilt-offering ami
e-offering Muse, consecrated Aaron and his sons for thi
priesthood he made their offermgg of consecration, sprinklei
them with the oil o( anointment, and taught them the onl. 1
sacrifice "And at the door ol the tent of meeting shall ye
da) and nighl seven days, and keep the charge of the Lord
ye die not; foi so i am commanded" (Lev h. 35).
Thi*. recounting of tha Weekly Portion of th Law U S>
tracted and based upon "Tha Graphic History of the Jawish
Hantaoa." oditod by P. Wollman-Ttamir. $15 Pobliahar if
Shenflold, and tha voluma is availablo at 27 William St., Naw
York 5, N.Y. President of th* society distributing tho volum*
Is Joseph Schlano.


Friday, March 24.1967
^Jmlstiftcr/cfiar
Dr. Kurt Peiser,
Leading Miamian,
Dead at Age 72
OTHU DtATHS ...SK.B
Dr Kurt Peiser died in Holly
id on Wednesday. Mar. 15, at
he ate of 72.
\ resident of 5005 Collins Ave ,
, came to Miami in 1953 as as
i to the chairman of the
: ol Food Fair Stores He later
K director of the Food Fair
ind n scholarship projects.
Prior to his arrival in Miami,
I ftd .* executive director
V cjs so-ial work agencies in
Cincinnati and Philadel-
ludirto. the latter city's
h Appeal.

PhD del
" i s in
ant, he
' eh ic and
. I'H'ii .a oi ;- din ctor of
in home.
,i Idition to hi- professional
fan d educati >oal careers, he
a notable m Dade Count)
- and banking circlei
M the time of his death. Dr
id been semi-retired since
1 i from an officership with
Bank of Miami Beach After
the Food Fair Foundation,
is closely involved in the con
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Corp. and trustee of Airtronics In-
ternational Corp. of Ft. l^uderdale.
He was active in organization*
such at Miami Beach Taxpayers,
in which he served at president,
Greater Miami Chapter of the
American Jewish Commitee, and
member of the board of United
Fund and Red Cross.
He is survived by his wife. Caro-
line; and a brother, Ernest. Private
services were held at Riverside
Normandy Isle Chapel.
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County, director of the Com-
munity Nat:onal Bank of Bal Har-
bour, and executive committee
of the Dania Bank. He was a
major stock-holder in the Mara-
thon State Bank.
During World War II. Dr. Peisei
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partmt nt as the nation's first re-
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where he developed a pattern of
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Agency there
Mis other affiliations included
member of the board of directors
of the International Shipbuilders
Mrs. Rose Zalis
Passes Here, 66
Mrs Rose Zalis, of 1668 SW 14th
Tcr. Miami, died here Wednesday,
15 at the a
Mr- Zalis who was known in .>

Ball
here ; .
Mi
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Mrs. Zalis. a past president
of the Jewish Home for 'he A-:ed
Auxiliary, past president of B?th
El Sisterhood, i.fe member of the
H brew Fee Loan A-.socation,
member of Congregation Beth
El. Jacob C. Cohen Congregation
of Miami Beach, the Order of
the Eastern's Star and Hadassah.
In addition to her husband, she
i- survived bj four sons, stabley,
Charles, Marvin and Dr Edward
Zalis, stationed with the IS Army
in German)
Services were Friday, Mar 17. at
Gordon Funeral Home, with inter
ment in Mt Sinai Cemetery
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tJm/lsMorldiaiti
Friday. March 24. 1967
Today's Thought:
By DR. SAMUEL SILVER
Great Compendium of Daily Useless Information
pOR people
who c a ii
just about mt
o n 0 s o I i,d
thing accom-
plished in a
week, it is I
source of end-
less amaze-
....., ..*,.. wvera can do
much.
1 stand in awe. for example.
of a rabbi named Rudolph
Brasch. He's now in Australia,
and when you lead his Ufe's
story you would think thai just
staying alive would have kept
him busy He was a Nazi vic-
tim, then toiled in London dur-
ing the Blitz. He's been in Ire-
land and in South Africa and
now ha- a large, fashionable
temple In Sydney.
But. while coping with fate,
this rabbi has managed to a.
quire more information than Ml
army of researchers and has
produced one book after an
other
'A Jewish savant. Dr. Brasch,
in one of his books, described
the significance of each Hebrew
letter. Each one has a story, you
know, and some meaning.
But in addition to Jev i-h
lore. Dr. Brasch has mopped up
general information and he has
packed much of it in a new
book called How Did it Be-
gin'"
You wouldn't believe that a
rabbi could have accumulated
all the intriguing data in that
book.
In 880 pages, Dr. Brasch tells
about the source of supers!i
tlons associated with salt, the
number 13. knocking on wood,
four leafed clover, horseshoes.
mirrors, ladders, black cats,
rabbit teet and more Another
chapter deals with what
might call Rotnanceana: kissing
rings, wedding rites But there
are 25 chapters in all. each one
more enlightening than the
next YOU learn alxuit handshak-
ing, dietary laws, wigs, h
white elephants, magic, medi
cine, flags, military taboos, the
calendar, and religious notions
from headcovering to the
Star of David.
Between You and Me:
By BORIS SMOLAR
Resurgence of Nazi Dilemma in Germany
w
ITH THE resurgence of neo Nazism in Wesl Ger
many, .lews all over the world are especiallj In
ti rested in watching the the inarch ot political events
there. Many of them will, therefore, be interested
in "Journej Through a Haunted Land: The New Ger-
many," a book written by an Israeli journalist. Amos
Elon. published this week by Holt. Rinchart and
Winston. Inc. The author does not deal much with
the neo Nazi National Democratic Party in Germany
his book was probably written prior to the gains
which this party made in the slate elections in
Our Film Folk:
Hesse and Bavaria but be gives a general pic
hut of the moods In Germany concerning Jews
He establishes that while some of the German
textbooks are candid in telling the story of the Nazi
mass-murders of Jews in gas chambers, others dis
miss the extermination camps with a few words,
calling these camps -intensified measures against
the Jews" lie also relates g scene in a German
school showing that fourth-grade pupils, in a class
discussion on the Nazi killing of Jews, are seem-
ingl) under home influence taking an anti Jewish
By HERBERT G. LUFT
Anouk Aimee Gets Oscar Nomination
Hoi
Anouk aimee, who came directl>
with her bearded bus
bai rouh. to at
tend the Golden Globe A\ ds i
the For*
e NBC net work
i
st such .
con. : Taj lor and '>' i
m lh< A
. by thi' Nicole 1
as she 'confessed*' to me during an it
i he you ly, who had a slight acci
den! iii; after receiving the much coveted G> I
be. was confined to a whei 1-chair during our discussion
uite at the Beverl} Hills Hotel
The exotic young lady with large brown eyes is a
nati She stui i cing until the age of 13
when film director Henri ( alel approached her for a |
in hi- picture. "La Maison Sous La Mer." in which Viviane
Romance played the lead, The character portrayed by the
newcomer was called 'Anouk," and the name -luck with
her throughout the years. Another film director. Marcel
Came, later selected for her a second name. "Aimee.''
quite appropriate for a French beauty
She has appeared altogether in about two dozen films.
including Dangerous Meeting. Pot Bouille," "Montpar-
.,. 19 i a Testa Contro il Mum.'' "Lcs Dra u<
"l.e Fare d Jacques Demy's earlier (pre "Umbrellas
of chcrl i "Lola." which was shown in Holly-
v. ood mo*M recenl Ij
Mile Aimee ttention ol
when she appeared as Maddalena in Federico
l part
iled Via V'enito nj mphomaniac
happj wife ol th I
db Marcello Mastroianni in Fellini's 8
\. she tells us. -a Man and a Woman" was madi foi
SI25.000, with the actors, such as hei husband (who .
wrote the lyrics), and co tat li i Louis Tim' I pai
\nouk Aimee, who has a 15-yeai old daughter b) a
previous marriage, though she doesn't look oldei than 2.">
herself, married Pierre Barouh, a Jewish poet ol Turkish
origin, last April, in a Sephardic synagogue in Pans Mi. >
are both proud of their heritage Barouh has worked on
two earlier documentarj films of Lelouch, wrote the lyrics
for "A Man and a Woman.' in addition to portraying the
role oi her husband, a stunl man on the screen who take-
one chance too many and Is killed before her affair with
Trintignant in the movie of course
The happy couple in the meantime have flown back
to Tans and will return to Hollywood for the Academy
Awards presentations
By:
MAX LERNER
We Live in a Runaway World Now
Washington
Howard university is a hun-
dred years old this year, and
I have been spending several days
at a symposium organized to cele-
brate the centennial. There have
been a number of seminars at
which scholars like Kenneth (lark.
Kene Ihihos. and Glenn Scaborg
have read papers, and there has been lively dlscus-
sion of them I am struck by the extent of emphasis
on the runaway element in today's world: runaway
overkill weapons, runaway racism (Kenneth (lark
spoke of it as a metastasis"), the runaway city,
runaway population growth, and what Rene Dubos
called -undisciplined technology" the runaway
nadUne in the form of the computei
There are a few of us who can't help feeling
ourselves part of a runaway world, and boom of
what ails the modern mood is the feeling of help-
lessness in the face of these runaway forOH One
response, of course, is to reject the whole basil
"Stop the world, 1 want to get off." But if we can
outwait and outlast that surge of despair, we might
ask whether one of these runaway forces i- not cen-
tral to the rest, and the point where we can make
a stait
My choice would be the population runaway I
note that Walt Rostow singled out the food-popula-
tion problem, in a talk at the University of Leeds
on what we can do globally if we ever get the Viet
Nam war settled and that he called it "the lion
that stands in the path.''
In itself, the food problem might be manageable
if we could only keep the population runaway
from cancelling out the gains in food production
and the efforts of the have nations to pool then food
aid. Which only gets us hack to the spiralling birth
rate and how it can be checked.
Every scholar in the field knows that it is a
dangerous subject to speak out on. and thai people
ei pretty emotional about it Yet it has to be faced
honestly. I have found few scholars who doubt that
family planning is broadly the best approach and that
the walls hemming it in will some day have to fall.
Kenneth Roulding even talks of the proepecl that
some day there will be birth ration cauls for everj
woman of childhearing age. restricting her to two
point three children, and Rene Dubos the otlui day
backed this proposal up with all his intellectual
oi and passion.
With just as much passion he rejects any eugedic
effort to control the quality of the genetic material
entering into the population stream. His argument
is that human pro pendl on the rich diversity
ol the genetic material subject to selection
attitude i" a poinl where the ti a
cher must intervene and give a
lecture on how Jews were persecuted undei Hit
and perished in gas ovens in Nazi exterminal
camp
The ohhr generation of Germans, the authoi
found, which helped to put Hitler in powci
cheered him while watching synagogues hum
I heir Jewish neighbors led awaj this general
still holds on In cultural life it has little influi
since the press, radio and television are mostly in
the hands of the young, Rut politically this oldci
eration still controls post-war Germany, accord
ing to the author Eton established that Hitlers
generals and officials are respected citizens m Wesi
German) todaj and that one can find them in leadii _
positions as members of the West German pai
mrnt as secretaries and comma- It
the arm) Sixty-four percenl nl all arm)
the Nazi V, ehrmai ht, and h<
erved the Nasi admin.-'' it
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that more than 20
the nd ol the war He expi 11
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By ELIAKU SALPETER
Strange Reaction
RESPITE INTENSE lobbying b)
diplomats m rece ths
held a Week ol Sot iel J< wrj
was .i relative!) tame program,
ever) compromise, ;t came under
from both sides those who th
it was too much and those who Ihou hi
it was too little. The Week opened with
a mass rally held m Tel Aviv and addressed, among Others
by former Foreign Minister Mrs Oolda Meir The rally was
several times interrupted by Communist ht-ckier.s who. of
course, consider it MCreligiOUS to charge that then' was
any discrimination against Jews in the Fatherland ol
Socialism But in editorials in some papers next day there
was opposite criticism: it was unbelievable, thesi
torials claimed, that no government representat;
peared among the speakers or among speakers
other events scheduled for the Week.
The government Indeed tried to play down at
cial aspect of the event It is understood that govc
circles prevailed upon the leaders of the Israel branch of
the World Jewish Congress the organizers of the Week
to present it as part of a broader program of Friendship
Weeks between Israel and various Jewish communities
in the diaspora Thus, it was announced that the p
events belong to the same series which included
months ago. the Week of British Jewry and. at Bi
time, the Week of Latin American Jewry.
The argument sounded pretty ridiculous Nobod) ever
claimed for example thai Jews m England are pn
from having a Jewish cultural life, from having a
synagogues as they desired or from ma
relationship with Jews elsewhere in the world. N
ever heard of the need to smuggle piaycr book
shawls to London or Montevideo, nor do Jews ,:
Aires or Bristol have any difficult) in Obi
for Passover
Yet, this "camouflage" of what the Week *>:
Jewrj was really about is an expression ol a I
seen b) Israel government leaders. On ths ol
Us know just as well as Jews in othei parts of the
Id thai their brethren in the Soviet Union from discrimination, particularly in the religious
tionai spheres
But Israeli leaders are worried lest any '':
preted in Moscow as part of an anti-Soviet campal
whatever weak signs there are of improvement in ll*
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. ll tor observance of Council S
:vid Congregation on Friday n.oht ore Ml
in pn idenl of Greater Miami S ctioi National
rf Jewish Women, and Rabbi Sol !
of B.-th David Congregation.
Mrs. Aarcn Fan. national board member cf National Council
of Jewish Women, is shown here with Habbi Leon Krc:
lual leader of Temple Peth Sholom. where Mrs. Farr will
316 in Council Sabbath services on Friday even::
Workmen 9s Circle
In Varied Events
Shell mo ben-Israel will be guest
iker Friday, H p m in an
- in Yiddish on "The situation
in the Middle Easl
He will speak under the sponsoi
if the Workmen t irele
23 Washington Ave
A member of Ihe editi i ial
the Jewish Dailj I orward,
where he serves as fore in new*
toi and l nited Nations coi re
he was previou
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in Saturday, al H 30 p m he
will be ;i guesl speakei al Wa h
in Federal 1133 Noi mand)
!i in an address or w hal ire
Ihe Perspectives for an Isi ael
Peaci
Workmen's Circle Branch 692 is
sponsoring a Purium banquet on
Sundaj al 28 Washington \.> at
li p III
Proceeds from the banquet ai
for the 11. Pereti Workmen's Cir-
cle School! in Miami A group n
children attending the schools will
pi esenl a program.
i'i Samuel A. Portnoy, professoi
of history and chairman "! Hi
Department <>f Histor) al Florida
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Miami, Florida, Friday. March 24, 1967
Section 3
Council of Jewish Women
Take to Pulpits Friday Eve
Greater Miami Section, National
Council of Jewish Women, together
with Council Sections throughout
the United States, will obsi
Council Sabbath on Friday evening,
when syna ngues and temples in
Dadc Count) will pa> tributi
Council and it- sei ices
i ouncil Sabbath is bi ing ob
.i- in years past
ih the festival ol
I'M :
Nat lunal < ouncil of .'
Women | i
to the Ji hi D are; S
Hebrev I ity in
Israel, has buill a new
campus for the Hebrew t
lliuli School, and gives scores ol
fellowships to graduate students
to further their studies in Ihe
L'nited States Through support ol
Mich activities, Council women are
helping Israel to develop ;i sound
educational system. Council volun
teers also gather and ship parcels
of toys and school supplies to
children's institutions in Israel,
Morocco, Iran, Yugoslavia and
i a.
( ouncil's 123,000 membei- in
329 local un 'in mi ihout
devot il to this
pi ogram ol sen ci educat ion and
social act
Here ii I :: 2
(he seven
.'l: c imprise the
I
Oppenheim i>:i cntlj serves a
Section pn sident. Mrs Lawrei ce I
Brant is Greati Miai I Si
.ii wish i hail
man.
Twentj three tempi) and sj na
les in Dade Countj will taki
parl m this annual (ouncil oc
casion "f these, ten will feature
Council members as guesl speakers
The) are
H c i h Moshe I ation
13630 Wesl Dixie Hwj speaker
Mrs Raymond Rubin, past pn
dent, Greater .Miami Sectl
Temple Beth An
88th St speaker, Mrs M
F iternick \ !< president ol
istration, South Dade 11
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N Miami Ave speaker Mrs \
Continued on Page 4-B
Atlantic Universit) in Boca Raton,
will present a program "An Even
ing with Sholem Aleichem."
This is another in the hi monthly
lectme series sponsored as p.. I
the cultural program of the Work
men's Circle thorough its l L Pe-
reti School- The program will he
held at 14.". SW 3rd St Miami, on
Tuesday A Community Sing, led
by school director, Max Gleiber
man. starts promptl) at H p.m
Go to Polls Tuesday
Dadc County goei to ihe polls Tuesday in what i- probably
the first two-party contest in Florida in centurj Democratic
and Republican candidates will Me foi offta In the Senate and
House oi Representatives for the stale of Florida We urge resi
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NEW HORIZONS DINNER APR. 1
Convalescent Home Will
Project 'Special Meaning'
ARCHITECT'S SKETCH OF THE NEW JEWISH CONVALESCENT HOME
Morton Towers Dinner April 8
Sumlaj evening. Apr 0 has been
-. t int the Morton Towers-Iarael
ei of State to take place at the
bleau 11 committee of hosts met at a
uncheon laal Friday to initiate
ns for this year's dinner.
.incf i' Pradarick N Barad and
Meyer L Chcrkas arc
Honorary chairmen Mr. anil Mrs
Kmanuel Merit/ were named chair
men of the committee of hosts
Co-chairmen of the committee
Dahlia Dancers
Present Program
\ regular meeting of the Beth
Si-terhood was held on
evening In Popiel Social
nith Mrs Burton Streit prea
D Var Torah was given by
Rose Breitharl Social action
an, Mi 9 Jack I ampei I,
A program was presenti d ol is
m< ea by the Dahlia Dancers,
h i n, Ellen and Jusiin
i ath) Gross, Mai
Suai Pepper, Susie R<
Stark and Janice Winer
IEON SCHACHTERS
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ON STAGE IN PERSON
> Stars of the Yiddish A
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of hosts include Mr. and Mrs.
Abe Checkman, Robert W. Grov-
er, Mrs. Edward Hoffman, Sam
Rudenberg, Mrs. Gertrude Solo-
mon, Abe Solosko, Mrs. Ira Wern-
er, and Mrs. Bennett Wexler.
Judge Barad pointed out that
four years ago the residents of Mor
ton Towers initiated the first din-
ner OH behalf of Israel Bonds 111
the United state- sponsored by
high rise apartment He said. "The
success of that dinner set a pattern
for other high rise apartments in
many communities across the
try "
Jewish Convalescent Home of i
South Florida Fourth annual New '<
Horizons Dinner will he evening.
Apr. 1, in the Grand Ballroom of '
the Pontainebleau Hotel
'This year's dinner has a special
meaning to all concerned with the
community-supported home, for the
long awaited new horizon' which
was envisaged eight years ago by
the institution's founders baa be
come a reality," according to Mrs
Joseph E Kaiser. \ iccprosident.
Earlj in May of this year, the
ii> current residents of (he Home.
with the medical and office
staff, will pack then belongings foi
a short trip with a happy ending,"
Mrs Kaiser explained
"Although the move is actually
only 'next door', there is a world
of difference between the two
structures. Left behind will be
antiquated, over crowded, two-
story structure, which though it
has served its purpose valiently,
has long been outmoded and in-
efficient."
"Ahead is a modern, handsome
four-story building which boasts
open sun decks with airy fountains.
spacious dining rooms and recre-
ation rooms with cheerful colorings
and comfortable chairs and tables,
a private chapel for meditation, and
medical and therapeutic facilities
deaigned specifically for geriatric
care and rehabilitation."
The new building, which will be
known as the Margaret and Abe ('.
Fine Nursing and Rehabilitation
Pavilion of the Jewish Convalescent
Home, will provide extended care
for 122 patients According to Sid
ney Siegcl. executive director of
the institution, 'letters and phone
calls regarding availability of space
in the new hii'lding have been
pouring Into the Home office since
construction began eight months
ago "
Actii.ii processii : <>t the applies
tions will be handled bj .1 spi
admissions committee which will
begin discussing individual cases
hi Mas ] Admission to the non
sectarian home is decided
need onl> Race, color creed, or
abilit) to pa) has never been a
requirement for entrano
"Purpose of the annual 'New
Horiion Dinner' is primarily
fond-raising," noted Siegel, who
first instituted the yearly affair
upon joining the Jewish Con-
valescent Home four years ago.
Executives chairman of the din-
ner is Emanuel Tepper Leonard
/.illicit is chairman of the hoard
of directors Zilbert will also he
honored at the New Horizons Din-
ner as the Jewish Convalescent
Home's Man of the Year "
Sen. Shevin At
CCNY Alum Meet
South Florida Chapter. Alumni
\ssociation of the City Colle 1
\eu York, met Tuesday. 8 p m at
the Carillon Hotel.
Guest speaker was State Set
Robert L Shevin. whose topic was
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Friday, March 24, 1967
Paqe 5-b
Leading Ladies Will
Greet Beauty Queen
Mrs Perry Kaye (left) hosts a tea for benefactors of the Com-
bine:. Jewish Appeal's Women's Division at her Miami Beach
home. Joining Mrs. Kaye were Mrs. A. L. Glickman, chairman
of tr.e Benefactors Division; Mrs. Jean C. Lehman, Women's
Divii.on campaign chairman; and Mrs. Ruth Berger, bene-
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A lesion of "leading ladies" will
welcome another leading lady when
the Young Women's division of the'
Combined Jewish Appeal holds its\
"Day for Leading Ladies" on Tues-1
day.
Special guest for the event will [
be Miss Frieda Abraham. Israeli
beauty queen, in an address before
luncheon guests.
Born 22 years ago in Bombay,
India, where her family lived for
Mi and Mrs. Paul Faske, of
Keys" mm Isle Dr., N. Miami, have
!> .ntite son attend j State luncheon at
the V hite House in Washington,
IV <.' on Tuesday Guest of
hono1 at th? affair will bo His
K\ct*.enc> Mohammed Hashim
M...\ .mdwal. Prime Minister of
\ i. ,'istan Paul has just
l>ei lecied to serve a third con-
secul e tern as president of the
Y u wha ot Greater Miami
He chairman of the board of
Miar Data^Process, President <>f
i .il<.:-ial v .r*> Mobile Home Park,
i N.'w Republic
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witl n .. iure -i" inkling can
,mi i 4 the 40 gue I in ad-
le elect's mother
and tor future mother in law, will
be her grandmother, Mrs. Anna
Hyman, and her sister Linda Car-
mel Also Mrs. Dave Barry.
Mrs Alan Gollender. Mrs. Sol
Frankel. Mrs. Jack Geartner. Mrs.
Harry Goldstein. Mrs. Charlotte
Green. Mrs Kalph Hall. Mrs
Anna llirst-hberu. Mrs Sam
Hirsch. Mrs Arthur Hornreich.
Mrs Robert Jackson. Mrs. Herb
Kaplan. Mrs Herb Kohn. Mrs
Nathan Kramer, Mrs Dora Left
off. Mrs Helen Levine. Mrs Louis
Pilzer, Mrs Harrj Pinsky, Mrs
Leonard Platt, Mrs Maurice Re
\ it/. Mrs Melvin Richard, Mrs.
Jack Se al, Mr< Sy Silvennan,
Mrs Hortense Slann. Mrs. Jean
Si eider Mrs. 1
Mrs i
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Mrs Jai
and Mrs I
tei hoi A'
. And on Apr 6, I the
we Iding n I earsal, ili<' groom's
parei ts will hosl a cocktail pai
iy for out ol I m n relatives and
friends, and members <>f the
ll I 11 t V
Mrs. Trim
Mrs. Brickman
nearly 500 years, she was brought
to l-rael at the age of fi\e by her
mother Her father had preceded
them one year earlier
Their first years in lsra< 1
h i.'Mi ps con
ints
shortly after the State was estab
lished. Tne tamilys tirst home was
t room in a converted British Army-
barracks which they shared with
11 other newcomers.
The family's absorption problems
also were typical. Her father, an
accountant, had supported his fam-
ily by working as an orange picker
and at other unskilled labor until
he could master the Hebrew langu- [
age sufficiently to obtain employ-:
ment in his own profession.
In 1963, Frieda joined the Army.
and after basic training she was
assigned as a teacher in an immi-
grant village close by her Army-
camp.
Miss Abraham finished her serv-
ice in a blaze of glory' She not only
rose to the rank of sergeant, but
also was selected by the army to
enter the 1965 Israeli Beauty Page-
ant
The CJA Young Women's Pivi-
sion tribute to "leading Indies*'
women who have contributed a
minimum of S20 to the Combined
Jewish Appeal also features a
fashion show presentation by
Patty's Ltd. Editions. Jewelry in
the show will be provided by
Major's Jewelers
Sche luled for 10 a m. in the
Hotel in
es the "D foi
ing Lad is I ed by
MUSS fKltDA AMANAM
Mrs. Richard Brickman and Mrs
Howard J. Trinz, co-chairmen of
the division.
Mrs. Robert Shapiro, president
of the Young Women's Division,
noted that Mrs Trinz is immediate
past president of the Young Wom-
en's Division. Both women serve as
members of the Advisory Council
Lucky Game
Night Here
Murray Solomon Post and Aux-
iliary. Jewish War Veterans, held
a Lucky .Number Games Night"
on Saturday evening at Temple
Beth Tov.
Serving as chairman for the
auxiliary wm ^'ry ** Medgebow
i the post, chairman was So.
I inton.
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PageB-B
Friday. March 24, 1967
7-
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We
the
Women
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
where Olga
-died piano from
The tune :.*-: the *. old. lea: toad*
".tali :'.-M r.er. bo was a student of Fraru 1.
- d in Vienna and
Budapest Mrr-:r.z a young artist,
i Unist she came to Amenca in
1910 The marnaee did not last
As an accomplished pianist
and accompanist, she was a pro-
tege of the man who discovered
adrenalin, and soon she played in
the high al circles, ulti-
mately accompanying Ezio Pinza
i'.z L-r:co Caruso
Later, she married Julius
ar.d has a son. Dr Philip
Sterr vbc i- the apple of her e>.-.
along with his wife. Thalia, and
r.ree children. Karen. Laura
and Johanna Her voice thrills with
joy. when she d:-cu-*- her *-on's
beaul ays that
- houe *i> aia%- filled with muMC Even if I hadn't
: ha\e been able to sing by osmosis, he
-r. Olga came U) Miami '.8 yean ago, the met
the dedicateT women of the .'ew!h Home for the A
and became dedicated her all of her t;.
She pla;. r al! of the charity o:
Hungarian and Gypsy m
feel to tapping Music is her whole life ?he still
her and coach
air enthusiast, <">lka like- to swim every day
taki ilka.] ^m a; tht- President Madison.
- -urrounded by the tangible proof of her music career
Ther- is the piano on which she practise- two hours a day
There are the records that -he made for Columbia. Edi"n
ar.d Victor. 'She played for David Bela-co at hi- theater,
and recalls he was a perfectionist | One of her fondest
memories is playing in the White House for President
Franklin Delano Roosevelt, where she accompanied Flor
ence Foster Jenkins, then played solo. Hungarian songs the
dent lo\ed FDR later sent her a gold ring as an ex
preseton of hi- delight
Olga'l boundless energy and her music keep her eter-
nally young Her one desire is to bring a smile to every'
person's face, and that she does with her glorious music.
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Newlyweds To
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In Georgia
roatoerj on Saturday. Mar 18.
at the Fortainebleau Hotel united
Gloria, daughter of Mr and
Frank Brickman 1426 Lenox Ave .
Michael Kenneth Suprsn. 329
Dean: 51 Atlanta. Ga
For the nuptials, the bride se-
i ar. elegant candlelight alen-
ath featuring a jewel
- and peau de
-oie cummerbund The attached
peau de so;e overskirt terminated
in a flowing chapel train with scat
tered lace applique*, and the
matching alencon lace open pill box
with peau de soie bow held the
triple layer and pouf of french
illusion
Bridal attendants were Nadine
Kolick. maid of honor. Randee Sup-
ran, the groom s sister Linda
Mansker. Ellen Holder and Ethel
Vigodsky. bridesmaids
Son of Mr. and Mrs Al Supran.
1500 Bay Rd the bridegroom had
Henry Bernhard as best man Serv
ing as ushers were Lester Brick
man. the brides brother. Howie
Pomp. Allen Scher and Hank
tenths)
A graduate of the I'niversin of
Georeia where he wa- president
of Phi Epsilon Pi. social fraternity.
Bnckman is presently on lea\t- of
net from Mead John>ons
Product Development Department
while he work* on his PhD (]
in food science at the I' of G
Hi bride is also ." the
mis. michau sum/am
L' of Ga.. where she is working to
wards an MA degree in *tati*tic*
A graduate of Emory University,
h*' served as president of Alpha
Epsilon Phi. social sorority, and of
Kappa Delta Epsilon. education
honor society, and is a member of
Phi Beta Kappa
On their return from a honey-
moon in Nassau, r.iw Mr ar.d Bin
an will live
Abrams, Manas
On Wedding Trip
To Europe
Now honey m"r
the former Ellen Irene Abi
Rich.ird I Manas excnangi
ta! vows on Mar
the l
recei tion the 5 |
condn l
Daughter 1
Abrams. 1930 B.;
Bown of "ace appliques beaded with
pea i
and carr:'
n Shaffi r lerved a mai
honor
A graduate, cum laude, of Sophie
N'ewcomb College, where -he re-
ceived her degree in Janua:;-
Mara* *pent her ju-
at the University of
Swansea, Wales.
Kenneth Mana- -erved a* his
brother's best man They
son of Mr and Mrs Nathar M
906 Froude A\e
The bridegroom will ret
I.IJs from the University ol "
School of law in June ar-
sociated with the Elli* Rub.r
office He Is a member of F Mpha
Delta. local fraternity, ar \
on Pi sociii fralcrni--.
Future home for th eoi
be a* Tressure House Re
June Wedding For Miss Melson
Mr and Mrs Georg H Mi
. -burg, announce the
enl of their daughter. De
borah. to Paul A Levine.
The future bridegroom ;
of Mr and Mrs Victor Levine, 55
SW 31st St and grandson of the
late Mr and Mr- Adalph Daum.
pioneer Mian.:
The brid< I is a 19H7 eradu
ate of St Pe- D tie Hollins
Senior High, and is now terving a-
art director of I.eo Jay A
of Miami
Her fiance is a graduate of Mia
mi Senior High, attended the I'm
y of Florida, and is a 1964
alumnus of the University of Mia
mi His fraternity i- PI Lambda
Phi At present, he is associated
with Metropolitan I*ublishers Re-
latives.
The couple plan to be married
on June 18

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Werner Kiihn
MRS DONAID OOODSTtIN
Goodsteins United
In Sunday Rites
An early afternoon ceremony on
Sunday. Mar 10, united the former
Rarhara Rae Kat7 and Donald Phil
lip Goodstein. Rabbi Herbert Baum-
gard officiated at the nuptials held
al the Club House Restaurant,
where a reception followed.
Parent- df the newlyweda are Mr
and Mrs Harold C Kate, 3421 SW
21st St., Di Uberl Goo Istein,
Coral Gables, and Mrs. .1 Rader,
Miami Beach
ir re( ii n from a honej
moon in Jamaica, the couple will
live at 7840 S\v ;,;> h Ave
The bride attended Miami Senior
High, the University of South Flor-
ida, and Miami Dade Junior Col
lege. Her bridegroom is a graduate'
of Miami Beach Senior High, at
tended the Universities of South
Florida and Miami, and is a mem '
bcr of Phi Sigma ("hi Fraternity.
Serving a- attendants were Mrs,
R'chard Maiscl. matron of honor;
Sandra Isherson. bridesmaid; Sam
Pesin, best man; Dr. Richard Mai
lei and Joseph Hanson, ushers.
July Nuptials
For Betsy Sley,
Rob't. Grossman
and Mrs Harry Sley, 4731
I'n Dr ami Philadelphia.
mi ('. the engagement of
l'.r*-\ Ann. to Rob
Grossman, Jr. son of Mr
- Robert D. Grossman. 22
i \!ti Dr., at a party given
II honor at the Font!
Miami Beach
bride to-he pradui
University of Colorado.
she w rved as president ol
iritj Alpha Epsilon Phi
- currently working on
d< -n't- .it the Universitj
Maryland.
Her fiancee, also a graduate of
Beach lii^h. is presentlj at
tiding the University of Virginia.
he is affiliated with Phi Ep
PI, social fraternity, and is a
ber of the V-Club and varsity
team. He will enter law
i in the fall.
\ 'uly 23 wedding is planned
K AIU n Be< !> r
MISS BUSY SHY

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MRS. LEONARD ROTHINBIRG
Miss Lori Lewis'
Bethothal Told
Mi and Mrs Alfred [)a\ id Lewis,
5001 SW 6ftth Ave announce the
engagement <>ftheir daughter, Lori
Harlene, to lucky Gerald Roscoe,
inn of Mr and Mrs Ernest Roscoe,
320 SW 51st Ct.
The bride-elect is a graduate of
Coral Gables High School and is
now attending the University ol
Miami, where she is majoring in
elementary education
The prospective bridegroom is
the owner ol Able I ocksmiths and
Able Rubber Stamp Co He is a
lull-time student at the (Jniversit)
if Miami, majoring in industrial
education He is a member of
Kappa Delta Pi, national honor
socictv in education.
Rothenberg, Bride
To Live in Atlanta
Atlanta. Ga will be the future
home of Randi Hope. daught< i o(
Mr and Mrs Herbert Hochfelsen,
415 \ E 158th St and her bride
groom, Leonard H Rot hi nberg, son
ol Mr and Mrs Edward Hot hen
her- 11 ME 170th St.
Couple exchanged vows or, Sat
urday, Mar 18. at thi bean
ll"!'!. with Rabbi Sherwin Stauber
the late evening nup-
tials A reception at the hotel fol
lowed.
i op her wedding, the bride se
lected a gown ol white peau de
so e with empire bodice, slim soft
skirt, long point on-hand sleeves,
and Sahrina neckline The detach
able watteau chapel train was ac-
cented with pearls, crystals and se
quins, and was handed with reem-
broidered alencon lace.
Miss Sherry Hochfelsen served
as her sisters maid of honor
Bridesmaids included Mrs. Jerrold
Hochfelsen. Sandra Rothenberg.
Mr- Robert Attainder, Carolyn Le-
vin and Bonnie Dorfman.
The bridegroom had his brother.
Stephen Rothenberg. as best man
Serving as ushers were Jerrold
Hochfelsen. Gregory Sterling. Wil
lian Aaron. Lcs Jackson and Ken
neth Zaleski.
A graduate of North Miami Huh
and Emory University, Mr Ho:hen
is now attending Emory LTni
vet sitj si ho -l oi Dentistrj and is
a member ol Alpha Omega dental
Iraternitj His bride is .i graduate
ol North Miami High and Miami
Hade Junior i
Life Underwriters
Elect Sam Rabin
General agent for Guardian Life
Insurance Company of America.
Samuel .1 Rabin. CLU, has been
elected to the board of directors
of the Miami Association of Life
Underwriters
Rabin, a four-year member of
the Million Dollar Roundtable. is
also Business Division chairman of
Greater Miami's Heart Association.
The new board of directors mem-
ber has also been active in poli-
tics, serving as vice mayor and
councilman of Surfside.
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Annual Purim Dance
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opened here, he will be based in
New York.
Purim Schedule
At Beth David
Rtth David Sisterhood will <>
duel a Purim Seudah on Sunday,
in spoil.. Hall. ('antor William W
Lipson will conduct a Purim Ci m
munity Sing.
At 5 p m.. Grade Bet I will
present a Hebrew playlet written
and directed by teacher.
Hersrh IWman. History class
Aleph 2. of the South Dade School.
will present an original playl.-t
written and directed by their
teacher. Mrs John Lundblad.
On Saturday night, a traditional
reading of the Mcgillah will be
held in Schei chapel. A special
family service will be held at 7:30
in the main sanctuary. Cantor Lip-
son will lead in song and in chant
ing the blessings The Mcgillah will
he read by teenagers of the con
gregation under the instruction of
Louis Gadnn {leaders are Jan
Grossman, Michael Levine, Norman
Rosenkranz, Zachary Shavin, Mikki
Shiff, Charles Silverman, Gi
Spieler. I)a\id Stcrnshein. Richard
Waas.
Chapters Will be introduced in
English by members of the pre
confirmation class Barbara Bre-
tan, Melody Budner Sheila Ehrens
Pamela Knimer. Cynthia Frank
Beth Lynn Maxwell, Faith Minor,
1 rtuna Perez, Joj Silverman
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*Jm*ist> ncririitn
Friday, March:; 1967
THE
jr?*7*^
Highlight of the 21st annual meeting of the
Jewish Hcme for the Aaed on Sunday was an-
nouncement of a S165.000 donation by Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Ruby, of Chicago, to build an audi-
torium on the grounds of the nursing home.
Shown beside an architect's sketch of the au-
ditorium are (left to right) Mr. and Mrs. Ruby;
Leo Rose, Jr., president of the Home; Mrs. Fay
Ablin. long-time benefactress of the Home;
and Col. Jacob Arvey honorary vice president.
Ruby is a Ch-cago automobile dealer and
Wisconsin dairy farmer.
NOTED ARTISTS SCHEDULED TO PERFORM
TVer Tamid Concert Sunday
Louil Spielnian and his trio will
be one of the features at the Tem-
ple Ner Tamid eiyhth annual con-
on Saturdaj evening, Mar 25.
Punm night, in the main s-anctu-
arj >f Temple Ner Tamid.
Spielnian i> a renowned pianist.
\ holarship student at Juilliard
ii of Music, he uav official
lie Neu Vork Phil
harmonic, Universitj ol Miami
Symphony, and Hollywood Movie
Studio: He has played with Bai
bird! nini and Se\ itsky
Vittorio Colombo, cellist, per-
formed at the La Scala Opera,
gave solo recitals at the Copen-
hagen, Sto-.kholm and London
S/r^phories and also performed
with the Greater Philharmonic
and Fort Lauderdale Symphonies.
Mis< ha Poznanski started to plaj
I bo prodigy, pla
ihe Wai ;' ilharmonic Or-
chestra In IQ29, Dr Pozi
''1 medal, the In
award, from the Neu York Music
Week Association. In 1940. he
] Arturo Toscanini'i NBC
Symphony as assistant concertmas-
|er
In 1962 he received the Docto
rale in music education from
Columbia University
Saliva Merrige
Cantor Klein
Hy Posner i
V 1 ;
rt
The annual event to he held in
the main temple, will also featun
ir Edward Klein ami Salwa
d concei
Posm ...
si rve on rhe concert
nitti e Josi pli Ubert, Mrs.
Fred Beckman, Mrs Martin Bor-
kan. Mrs. William Carmel, Joseph
(apian. Ilyinan M Cleon, Morris1
Cohen, lacob Edwab, Aaron Els-
UlStein, Herman Frank. Sol Fran-
kel. Mis Pauline Friedman. Mich-
ael Glacier, Charles Goldstein,
Adolph Greenlaum. Mrs. Betty
Grecnbers Sam Greenfield.
Or Michael Horwitz, Morris Hin
den, Marry Jawitz. Joseph Kahn.
Herbert Kaplan. Louia Kaplan,
Abraham Kroll. Meyer Leshen,
Harry I.ieberman. Mis Murray B
Miller. Moms Mnet/ky. Louis
Pearl, Dan Piver, Paul Press, Hy
Posner, Mrs Frederick Propper,
Ma\ lia-kin. D. Dale Regent, Mitch
ell Reiner, Julius Resnick, Albert
v Bosenberg, Abe Rosenstein
Mrs Ferne Schwartz, Harry
Shi rman Joseph Silverman, Milton
er, Irvine I s, j
Ix>ui> II. Stallman, Louis Suchi
Mrs Sadie Trosky, \!:- Lav
'.n. M; v Shirley Wilner, M
Woll
Max i.:.c'-:i..
Pn ce d> will go to
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243 of Coral Gables. Jewish
War Veterans Hi' is iiso lerving
as inspector In JWV'a Department
of Florida.
Milliner, a charter member ol
the post, is a member of the Pub
lie Relations Society of \\w
ida Public Relations Assn .
Sigma Delia chi. Florida Bar,
American Bar Assn and Beth
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He rec i ii In Bachelor of \it-
Ihe I'm- ; Mi
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Hears $165,000 Gift
An early summer start on a
new $165,000 auditorium tuft to
the Jewish Home for the A^ed by
Chica^oans Sam and Ftta Ruby has
been announced by building com
mittee chairman Sam Resnick.
News of the construction start
followed announcement of the -_;ift
at Sunday's 21st annual meeting
at the Home
Among highlights of the event,
attended by a crowd of several
hundred, was the appearance of
former Florida Gov. Leroy Col-
lins.
In his remarks, the popular Flor
ida and national political figure
spoke in favor of expar.- ,
medicare legislation to ^ iud
sklUid nursing home care
The two-term Florida -rnor
also presented a plaque |h
Home's honorary presulen-
Irving Cypen, citinp him :
many years of .senici to c- m.
stitution."
Details of the new Rub .\uiii-
torium are expected to rx
coming shortly, accord.m,
nick
Gov Collins. JHA pi
I.eo Hose Jr.. and a host ot ..
also participated in decile
the Starlight Manor H luse
ly restored through the
Corinr.e Starlight.
Arts League Sets Concert Mar. 29
Arthur Graham, nationally
famous tenor, will be featured in :
the sixth annual scholarship con-
cert of the Miami Beach Music and
Arts League to be held Wednes-
day. Mar. 29. 8:30 p.m.. in the
auditorium of Temple Beth Sho-
loin.
Twenty-year-old piano prodigich
Annette Sternberu and Carol K
/.eny will also appear on the same
program. They are prize pupils of
Ivan Davis, head of the Piano De-
partment at the I'niversit
ami School of Music
Louis Hoberman. presi. t
the I.eaeue. announces t
scholarship award to Arturo de
Castro will be presented luring
the program, and that both y
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member of the Opera (,
Greater Miami, is a studc-rr Di
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Friccy. March 24, 1967
+Jewish ncrkUan
Paqo 11-B
Beth David Jewish Music Concert
cantor wiluam upson
HARVIY WKHSltP.
Youth Invited To Join BBYO
mi t
I
\
luncemenl ra made Wed
bj Dr, Sidney Pavilack
an of the 120-member Mia
ird of direoton "f the B'nai
\outh Organttation, that
embersnip campaign has
instituted for teen agent
in join Aleph Zadik Aleph
ai B'rith Girls heir
h grade potential A/.As. 13
- ears of age, and eighth grade-
BBGG's, who will enter the ninth
grade in September, interested in
joining o chapter or organi7ing
one oi iin'ii own, are invited to ir.
quire at the main BBYO office at
llillel House. University of Miami.
1100 Miller Dr Cora! Cables, or the
Beach area office at 364 \'K 107th
st
Mrs Girt Bossah is Florida re-
gion BBY<' director here
A eoneert oi .Jewish rtm-u- will
be held at Beth David < ongregation
on Saturdaj evening. Ai>r 8. Fes
tured will he the Zamarim < hil
ilnii Ch mis. Be(h Dai id Sister
hood < horaliers, an outstanding
i olinist, the cantor <>i the syn
uc. and hi. 14 ycai old daugh
ter
Sponsor of the event is the Belh
David Men's < lub Dr Morris Klei
man is chairman of the concert
committei
On th program will b* Cantor
William W. Lipion, baritone;
Denis* Joy Lipson, alto; the Beth
David Children's Choir, and tb
debut of the Sisterhood Cli.no
liars. Both choral groups are di-
rected by Cantor Lipson.
Har\ey Wechsler, violinist with
the Greater Miami Philharmonic,
is also a member of the Ft. Laudcr-
dale Symphony, Tampa Phtthai
monie ami Miami Beach Symphonj
Orchestra. He ha> studied under
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MIAMI SPRINGS VILLAS
Sift sugar, flour, baking powder
|nd salt into mixing bowl Work
n.argarine with fingertips (or i
pastry blender or two knives). I
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III make firm dough Chill well
jfore rolling out. Rll dough on
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Jttr of each round. Bring edges
itber to form a triangle, pinch-
ain to seal. Leave a small
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Eugene Dubois and Alexander
PTilutchi lie will be heard in a
performance of the entire Baal
Shem Suite, by Ernest Bloch, and
two selections by the Israeli com
i"i it .lulls Chajes,
Wechsler will be accompanied
at the piano by the eminent |
i>t. Mis Berniee King
i antor Lipson ha- been associ
ated with Beth David for the past
11 years A native of Chicago, he
-tndied at the Hebrew Theological
College and the American Conser-
vatory of Music
A charter member of the Cantors
Assembly of America, he is an
honorary fellow of the Cantors In
'Mule of Ihe Jewish Theological
Seminary of America
The program will consist of li-
turgical selections, Israeli and
Yiddish folk songs, and will be
highlighted by the performance
of a traditional wedding dance,
entitled "Sherele," which is be-
ing choregraphed by Mrs. Rita
Trilling.
Miss Esther Barrett, Miami
pianist, will he acc.nipanisi Pro
cecils of tlie concert will co t" '
.:h Scholarship Fund of B
l),.\ ni ami tn iin thei iis musii .i<
hut:
Sinai Pre-Purim Assembly Sunday
Presentation of the Certificate
of Accreditation, recentlj awarded
the Synagogue School of Temple
Sinai of North Dade b) the Bureau
of Jewish Education, marked a spc
c'al pu Purim Assembl) held on
Sunday at the John !' Kenned)
Junior Huh School
I "in- A Sahni. president ol the
Men's Club, presented the certifi-
cate to Murray Sisselman, principal
of the school, and to Rabbi Ralph
p Klngsley, spiritual leader
I'urim songs were sun- in pie
pa rat ion for the festival
North Shore Luncheon
North Slime group for Retard) d
will he meeting at luncheon party
at 12:30 pin. Tuesday, in the
Deauville's Cavalier Room In
charge ol arrangements is Mrs Ann
Wei thorn
oponin in tl or at each
i baki n,
diccl m a hot oven i I
12 mien' ui Mi goldi n !".
Maki
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dough And if you're really in a
hurry, fill the pockets of the Ham
antascben with a whole prune.
pitted anil stuffed with a walnut
half, for a change
Remember. Sunsweet Prunes are
packed by Duffy Mott, the same
people who bring you Motls Apple
Sauce and Apple Juice, products
that have been traditional in Jew-
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Purim and use them throughout
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am itiil world, imiled (ens of thousand*
of prinees und RgCSta t" IwnqiH-t that
lasted fur Malta. And months. ^ our
stuilali won't be quite as crowded and
woo't last quite as long but I'm sure
thai \tHir fare will Ik- jusl as Rattilt and
>iHr guests ttajg more appreeialor.
I ii|\ this da> of "feasting and glad-
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+Jewist fkricffof?
Friday. March 24 ;oc-
SEEK 10 PERCENT COST OF LIVING HIKE OTHER BENEFITS
Hebrew Teachers Eye 'Peace of Mind"
CIO as a mean* -designed ;1
the status of the teach
community
Fnd
Hebtew Teachers Assoc ftti n oi
Greater Miami and Hebrew Edu-
cators Alliance this commoi
professional Hebrew or
ations. met jointly last week
a' Temple Beth Sholom
Both groups moved to propose I
ten percent increase in pay for
faculty members of religious
schools throughout the area
Louis Gadon. president of the
Hebrew Teaches Association, and
Rabbi Shimon Atolay. president"
rf he Hebrew Educators Al-
liance, explained that "the ten
percent increase is a proposal
desiar-ed merely to keep our
members abreast of the con-
stantly rising cost of living."
"1 "he quality of instruction and
ita resultant value to the young
people in our schools are depend
ent in a Laree measure on the
competence of the teacher and hi
peace of mind." the education
lea tori declared
'This mean.- that wo ha'
only to be concerned about cost of
living pay raises
Both organizations also jointly
discussed such long-standing ques
tions as tenure right-, insurance.
bospitalization and pension plans,
stabilization of conditions and
qualifications for employment, a
credit union, and sabbatical-
"We are going request the
assistance of the Bureau of Jew-
ish Education and the Greater
Miami Rabbinical Association in
the resolution of these pro-
blems." Gadon and Rabbi Aiulay
declared.
The meeting here la.-t week Ml
a target date of Sept 1 for the ten
percent pay increase It aso con
sidered affiliation with the AKI,
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Phone UN5-385I or JE2-1036
Nine Senate and 22 House scats are up for grabs in next Tuesday's Richard Stone is seeking to retain
first modem-day Democratic Republican test of strength for Florida the seat he won in the Democratic
Legislature Among candidates seeking to represent Dade County in primary for the 48th Senatorial Dis
trict.
Dubbin also cited his efforts on ; "I am grateful to all of you who
behalf of law enforcement, high have shown confidence in my
way, safety, state college in Dade qualifications by voting for me I
Countv. modernizing consumer strongly feel that the fight, begun
protection laws, economy in gov- in Miami for lower milk prices and
ernment and tax savings, combat- lower utility rates, must be
Florida House of Representatives ing the child Ulster problem, and brought to Tallahassee. Stone
in 1964 and reelected without op- continuing the growth of clean in sad
He said he would be pledged
to a tax reform program, a min-
imum wage bill for Florida, con
stitutional revision, and any good
legislation which would stimulate
industry in locating here.''
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Tallahassee are the following:
Kenneth Myers
Democratic incumbent State Rep.
Kenneth Myers is seeking to retain
his seat in the 94th House District
Myers was first elected to the
position to his second term in the dustry
House in 1966. He is presently
serving as vice chairman of the Dr. Walter W. Sackett, Jr.
House Committee on Mental Dr WaUer w sackett. jr>
Health, member of the Committee Democratic nominee, is seeking a
on Finance and Taxation. Health sea{ jn ,he imh District of thc
and Welfare. Education. Public House
Schools, Pensions and Retirement __ "__ ...
j i ..__. Dr Sackett stresses that you
and State Institutions u. -
trust your doctor with your life.
Myers sponsored and steered why not trust him with a voice in
through passage most of the major your governments?''
mental health laws during the last
session of the legislature, includ >
ing a complete reorganization of
the Department of Mental Health.
providing for the establishment of
a Division of Community Mental
Health (enters He is considi
,i an expert in the field of mental
Ith and financt and taxati in
Robert L. Shevin
S< n Robert I S \ in is
rt tain his 43rd

Shevin has
hill for
session ol th La
will have thi t
ticallj reducing the inventors
Shevin explained thai "the bill
proposes to tiii the tax ass -
on all personal property common-
ly known as stock In trade or in-
ventory.' to 50 percent of it
- ssod valuation for the taxable
r 1968."
Shevin believes the tax is in-
equitable because it i- not amentl-
a'lle to scientific administration
and is injurious to business and in-
dustrial growth "
*
Murray Dubbin
Democratic incumbent State Rep
Murray H. Dubbin is stressing ex-
p-rience and seniority in his
campaign for reelection to the Dis-
trict 95 seat of the Florida Legis-
lature in the general election on
Mar 28
The 37 year-old attorney, a na-
tive Miamian who has served three
terms in the House of Representa-
tives, has attained a position of
prominence on several important
committees, his supporters declare
Dubbin is chairman of the newly-
created commerce committee, vice
chairman of the Rules and Calen-
dar Committee, and a member of
the committees on Appropriations,
finance and Tax. Higher learning. cer
The candidate is an alumnus of
Haivard. University of Miami. L'ni
versit) of Alabama and University
of chicag
He is m< ( the board
of ti us if the Universitj
tilt ant to
the I lie H< Ith Sen ice A

Veiron Ho'loway
'
Hollo' ha r
man
;

I hi I h will make
ninendations to
the 1967 House, will determine
what the state government con do
tn better cope with the problems of
transportation.
Rep Holloway already has con-
ferred with Alan S. Boyd. U.S.
Secretary of Transportation, and
with state authorities in New Jer-
sey He said the solution, in part.
lie- in achieving high-speed com-
muter trains and buses, and en-
couraging the pooling of private
vehicles to obtain better use of ex-
ising roads."

James McKillips
James P. McKillips, Republican
candidate for State Senate. Dade
District 48. has participated in Dade
governmental affairs for more than
a decade. Seven years ago. he head-
ed a voter-education campaign,
which began a change for the bet- \
ter in Metropolitan Government
that still is in progress his sup-
porters declare.
McKillips. jftA, was graduated
from Kings IJjipt U. S. Merchant
Marine Acadeeay in 1944. He served I
during World War II in the South
Pacific a*-a'"Merchant Marine offi-
"I greatly appreciate all of the
fine endorsements from news
papers and organizations that are
supporting my candidacy." Stone
continued.
Stone has pledged an introduc- i
tion of legislation creating a state-
wide grand jury to combat crime
anywhere it exists in Florida.
Stone was born in 1928. and has
been a member of the Florida Bar
since 1955 He ha- been active in
civic affairs and a member of the
Board of Urban Renewal League
and South Florida Council of Boj
Scouts of AmerW and his
wife, Marlene, have tl Men
Gerald Lewis

'
resid
cerned thai this
ging in the '- educa-
i] system, in the unfa
ner in which ta tes a !< v
ied. and the manner in which cer-
tain allocations have been made
i believe we have had too much
legislation, based on greed rather
i than need." Lewis declared
Insurance and Workmen,^ Com-
pensation, and Judiciary A.
Since tlfct time, he has been ac-
tive in securities and investment-
both in Wall Street and Florida
Teen Purim Carnival
A combined Junior and Senior
i, I'urim Carnival will be held
ne Miami Beach YMII.V
Bay R .> pm Highlight of the carnival chairman ol the "ung Republican
*,II he the crowning of Q
1 I Kil: Pto '':;' b-
I hen will l.c bOOtha Richard Stone
h.r fun and dam live band. >' Atto.
He also drfrct- a commercial cattle
ranch in fcpc|ola ('minty. Florida.
For almost a -core of yean li'-
has ben actr and na-
tionally in the Republican Part)
151 to 1953. he was vice
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Brian Ciller
JtHry Sirkin
Hot Kosenbluth
ft)ar ^JUitzvalt


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Joseph Honor
fill b
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tff is
ii id bn '.
lent il
ion.
eei bi ate i he
his prandpan it Mi
'- Philip Gainick. Miami,
i.i ii Honor, of Philadel
11 parttiis will ho>t the
iucui-h in his honor follow inn the
. ..<

Brian Ciller
Brian Jay. son of Mr. and Mrs.
M. Ciller, will become Bar
itzvah on Saturday, Mar. 25. at
>mple Fmanu-EI.
Brian is bn the honor roll at
autilus Junior High He is in the
venth grade, a member of the
; (hih and plays trumpet in
i band Brian has received the
b scoul of the month and year
and at the service will re
iv< -.outing's highest award, thf
[amid Award. He enjoys boat
fishing and water skiing.

Jeffry Sirkin
JJeffrj Hubert, son of Mrs. Bern
fd Lewii and Mr I.eon Sirkin.
ill become Bar Mitzvah on Sat
da} Mar 25. at Temple Emanu
.! [fry i- an honor student in the
i nth grade of Portola Junior
I h School in Tarzana. Calif. He
captain of the bowling team.
> the trumpet and is an all
und -ports fan.
Mr and Mrs. Harry Sirkin. Mrs
rtrude Barmat and Mrs. Minnie
aus. grandparents of the cele-
I, will attend the event.

Hal Rotenbluth
Hal, -on of Dr. and Mrs. Morton
ith. 2030 NE 197th In
111 become Bar Mitzvah at Beth
irah Congregation on Saturday
rning, Mar 25
an eighth grade honor stu
' al Lear School He graduated
Beth Torah Harold Wolk Re
School last June, and is
attending the pre eon
i ation class at Beth Torah His
is include coin-collecting
Id and he plays tht
eption and dinner will be
Saturday evening at the Diplo
Hotel m the Regency Room.
(parents attending are Mr
Mrs Hyman Fra-din and Dr
Mrs Jacob Rosenbluth. all of
York and Florida.
*
Micha.l MucKnick
Michael Ed ward..son of Mr and
Sanford L Muchnick. 19811
* 5th Ave observed his Bar
rvah n Saturday morning, Mar.
at Congregation B"nai Raphael.
]
ens ]
241 .
orte Towers In Israel Dinner
In at No Ian
H
Curt Pollack

Mitzvah ..t ft m
>li Tifereth Jacob
Curt is an eight!) lenl
I Henrj H Filer Junior High Hi
is interested in music and art and
plays the violm He is also the
Irummer in the Girl Watchers
Band
A luncheon will follow services
at the temple.
a a
Gary Friedman
On Saturday morning. Mar. 25.
Gary, son of Mr and Mrs Philip
"riedman. will observe his Bar
Mil/vah at Temple Zion.
Gar) is a seventh grade student
at Blue Lakes, and is Interested in
art.
Mr and Mrs Philip Friedman
will host the Kiddush following
the services, A reception and din
ner will take place at the Famous
Restaurant in honor of the Bar
Mitzvah.

Howard Morris
Howard Paul, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Norman Morris. 19521 NE
18th PI., will be Bar Mitzvah at
Beth Torah Congregation on Sat
urday. Mar 25.
The celebrant is a seventh grade
student at John F. Kennedy Junior
High
He is a sports enthusiast, favors
music and art. and won the John
F. Kennedy school contest for the
best Falcon yearbook cover design.
Following the services, a lunch
eon will be held at Tony Sweets'
Restaurant Among out-of-town
gu Its will be grandparents. Mr
and Mrs Samuel Chasen. of New
York City
*
Michael Mednick
Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs
Mednick. will be called to the
Torah as a Bar Mitzvah on Satur
day, Mar. 25. at Temple Zion.
Michael is a seventh grade pupil
at Rockw;n Junior High, and parti
(ipates In sports activities
Mr and Mrs. Mednick will host
:i e Kiddush following the serv-
ces, and a reception at home in
lionor of the a bi anl
*
William Field
Temple Sinai of North Dade
services on Saturday morning.
Alar 29, to he held at Washington
Federal.699 NE 167th St.. will in
lude the Bar Mittvafa of William,
on of Mr. and Mrs David Field.
William is in the seventh grade
at John F. Kennedy Junior High,
where he is bn the principal's
Honor Roll, and is in the seventh
grade at Temple Sinai Religious
School. He has been nominated for
a special accelerated science course
to be given this summer, for which
the equivalent of a full year's high
school credit will be given. He is
also in an accelerated math class
in high school. William's main in-
h rest is science.
Out-of-town guests attending the
Bar Mitzvah will be William's
brother Barry, a student at MIT in
Cambridge. Mass., and his grand
parents. Mr and Mrs I. Miller.
Brooklyn. N Y.

Florence Cottier
Plorenci hter of Mr and
Irs Harold cottier, 19511 m: iRth
'1 will beco e i'-i- Mitzvah on
M n h 24 B '
1 on
AlltM Pardo
:


esidenta of Forte Towers will
ate their first Israel Dinner of
B on Saturday evening. Apr. 8,
ie FonUinebleau Hotel,
aders met at a luncheon Mon
lo launch plans for the dinner. I
or Saul Breeh was named i
man of the dinner. Arthur |
|tein was named co-chairman, i
nd Mrs. Louis Domsky were :
chairmen of the host com-1
The dinner will come at the
climax of Israels "Chai" year. In
keeping with this theme, the de-
signation of "Chai Honorees," of Is-
rael will be accorded to Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Stern and other lead-
ers whose "exemplary service to
the cause of Israel has helped give
new life to an Israel reborn." The
citations will be conferred by Zeev
Boneh. Consul General of the State
of Israel.
Michael Muchnick Aliaa Pardo
The celebrant, a member of the
confirmation class of 1969. attends
the seventh grade at Nautilus Jun-
ior High School, where -he i- an
honor student.
A reception and dinner
honor of Alissa w atui
lay i -. ;

Karry Junger
riebrati
i
Harry Junger
Howard Morris
Harry, a seventh grade student
at the Academy, will conduct the
Musaf services and read the por-
tion of the law assigned for the
- bl ath.
A Mitzvah in honor of
take place following
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Miami Beach Groups of Hadassah
Observe Purim; Mrs. Silberman to Speak
f*-ir%4. ad Purwr. *. v
* d h? tat* Mtami BaaeR Qfaaage.
a4aa***r-. fib -.anad fur-
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will Lillian G
Hannah Sanr-tth Croup
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41-Year Resident
Leo Meyer
Dead at Age 73
\> n Mi Mfl I Dil Ida Dr
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21 .' I hi
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.ii hi ame from Milwa
in- r etired >i ner
II n i'mh!1 Stoi
Mr Mayar wit a patt prr\i
dant of Bath Jacob Congraga-
lion, patt pratidanl of lha Graat
r Miami Jawiih Cametary Atto-
nation, a mimbir of Mibitcui
Matonic Lodqa, Miami Baach
Elk* Lodga. Mahi Shrina Tampla,
Eattarn Star, and American Le-
gion.
Il- Il ilr \ n i (I hv his H ifi-. lli-
borah brother, Baron de Hirach
Meyer; and two grandsons, Norman
mil Richard
Servicei were lo In- Thursda)
i 30 p in. at Newman Funeral
Home, uiMi Interment in Ml Slnal
< emetei \ In liau o( Dowera, the
i.nulls 11 quc donation! to the
Ureatei Miami haplei of the Chll
dren s a ilin .i id iearch Institute
and Hospital "i Anna Miller Circle
-ii Miami Beach Rika Lodge
uo mine

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aaoathly luncheon m^ettn/ on Haa
riot '-. Pi
be hHd and |
ill be Mr- IWu r B '
nick fT' ' Kadimah Group will ho
it: :
Th.
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arned oi
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Shaloma Group
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Southgat* Group
ah lum .
Thur 04M1 it |hi \
I Hi i Joseph Ro
Amu 'A alerri.an Mill be ,-"
ad irtOl Ima an a'l life
maaibti will be hoaored lira
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Slaphan S. Wi* Group
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Brandeis District to Mark Anniversary;
Noted Personalities Slated on Program!
Ezra FlMfjold i
the Braodei
Zioni t Organization
LEGAL NOTICE
IN The COUNTY JLO'f
'It) FOR DADE
FLORIDA is aSOSATc '
No 74-74. B
NOTICE TO CRED 'OP.
MS. MORTON UIBIBMAN
Sammy Davis Jr.
Draws Crowds
To Deauville
Entertainer Sammj Davis it
drew capacity crowd' durir
Mar io to 18 appearance in the
< a anova Room <>f the Deauville
Hot. l
The Casanova Room is the Dei
Ule'a popular Nile Club spot
pad lent and past presidents Rao!, j^av
d 'li" Brand, of the Abranowitz. Judgi Theodoi \i
"' *!"" mm. and Ham- C Capl -T"
and honorarv president the dil plJP D'd
which he helped form o the arKl Bro*r North Bhora area of Mtai ri Beach f*n meeting
thirte. 'i paai ago, s* :il
chaii lb* district : la Bai
Mitzvah celebration
open to the public gath. rind on
IfjUl Mar :i0
The celebration ad ''are
.it H p m in 'he French .'
:b" Kontainebleau Hotel Special
v.ill \ T\n\i.
he program h
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event
Rabbi !'.;
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mization of A '. < t <
in ci a messa
work "I the organizati
will be extended bj lsaa< I onen.
president of the Brande Ditrict







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THE CIRCUIT COURT C-

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president of the I
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Qmymt GlOhar, formerly with m:"l<;;lon .'^l1!'-.' l|-" '"dudes
Ihe Israeli llabima Theatre, en
tertained with songi and humor
jt the David I'inski School on Fri
day evening, Aida yaalo, concert
1 artist, assisted her at Ihe piano
centurj Libyan Terra Cofta hanu
ka menorah, an Italian, lHth
'my gold Kiddush beaker in silver
niigree casing, a Polish 18th cen
tury ^old spue container in the
form of a pear on leaf, a silver
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17th century wood alms box lleventh judicial c
TK ,, 1 I. i ii IN AND FOR D*OE COU-.-
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The sale will bo conducted by E
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Wometco Co-Founder Meyer Dead
LEGAL NOTICI
Sidney Meyer, co foundei
Wometco Bnterprisea. Inc.,
ol civic and charitable enterprises. He
i"'') was a member of the Anti-Defama
rueada) nu-hl at his home in Mi ,, ,. ., _
ami Beach He was T2-yars old """ ,',';';:u,'' ,,,<' Na,lonal ( on
Mr Meyer, brother-in-law of ffren** a' Christiana and Jewa, the
notice of publication
in the circuit court of the
eleventh judicial circuit
in and for oade countv,
FLORIDA
No. 67 4536
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
IIAItltAKA JliAXXK utt KXC
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In Forum On
'Is God Dead'?
i God I'lini on Ihe Campu
will be the featured topic In the
second ol the i lea l ommitmenl
mi Campui i in Jewish student
In- l In I ill in I- In In- In Id con
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< iiuiiu brani hei ol the YMHA
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lei Miami and the Buraau of
lew i ii i ii ii atlon, is Rpeciflcall) de
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Freeport Temple Benefit
'pin I 11 <- In i mill i I'.illnli
"i in. pint Grand Bahama, held
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Wometco president, Mitchell Woll
"ii retired from active manage
meat of the companj in 1888
Until his retirement from Wo
metro. Mr Meyer spent virtual!)
Illl entire career in the million
pirliire business, Starting as ;i lli
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Omaha film sales company
Mayar joinad Mitchell Wolf-
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Memorial Hospital, Mount Sinai V".,,;,!!?\\?? ,K '
Hospital, the ( Hi/ens Board of the iiii..1 la hi. K.ur iwcpi :., th.
University Of Miami, and president '/'"i-1-"" rk
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wile, /.onia, Ifi Island Ave Miami
Beach; two daughter*, Mrs Bar
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so., drink bottling, automatic ..,.,1 S?^^
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dust rial food service comn
chain of qul. restaui ant -
.1 chain "i mntnm picture lh. atre?
film production and processing
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LEGAL NOTICE
LEGA". NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
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K IS IIKRKIIY lilVKN thai
reigned, Hiring tn engaire
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ELEVENTH JUOICIAL COURT
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY
FLORIDA, IN CHANCERY
No. 67 4221
NOTiCE OF SUIT
CITIZEN* I 1.1.1:1;,\l. KA\ INiiH ANH
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NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVES'
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
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IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 67- 3042
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
JERSIK IIRYANT
Plaintiff.
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first publication hereof, or the same
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IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
No. 73927-A
In RE I itati i'i
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No 73986 8
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