The Jewish Floridian

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

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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"dfewish Floridiaii
Combining THE SWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
olume 40 Number 12
Miami. Florida. Friday, March 31. 1967
Two Sections Price
U.S. DELEGATE MORRIS ABRAM ATTACKED BY SOVIETS
UN Human Rights Body Gives
Anti Bias Proviso Approval
MOffRfS ABRAM
shoe en tthtr foot
Cardinal
liea Believes
Ties Grow
ROME iJTA) August in
ardinal Bea. the Catholic prelate
: the Vatican who was the prin
al proponent of the Ecumenical
iiincil'a decision two years ago
adopt a declaration calling for
tad improvement of Catholic-
-h relations, expressed satis
!action to a group of American
si who visited him at the Yati
an over the efforts being made in
some countries, including the
United States, to implement the
( hurch's decree relating to rela-
tions with the Jewish people.
\~ an example of the type of
action which he views with satis-
'.((ion. Cardinal Bea mentioned a
it meeting at St. Joseph's Col-
in Philadelphia, where cm-
i te plans were made by Catho-
lic! Jewiah representatives for
inplementation of the decree.
nuttings, he said, should be
a ted elsewhere.
The group that met with the
cardinal consisted of young lead-
ers active in the American Jew-
ish Committee. The prelate cau-
tioned, however, that "much
patience, determination and wis-
dom" are needed. "We cannot,"
he declared, "undo in a few
years the misunderstandings
and prejudices among fellow-
Continued on Page 16-A
By Z. H. DRUCKMAN
GENEVA (JTA) Against
strenuous opposition by the Soviet
I'nion. which resorted to anti-Jew-
ish attacks directed specifically
against the chief delegate of the;
United States. Morris B Abram.
the United Nations Commission on
Human Right* voted here this
week in favor of the formation of
a new office, to be called the
United Nations High Commission-
er for Human Rights
The vote on the issue, following
;i day-long debate which made a
night meeting necessary, was 20
to 7. with two abstentions. The
Cnited States. Britain and Israel
were with the majority The Soviet
bloc in the Commission, consisting
of the I'SSR. Poland and the l'k-
raine teamed up with Yugoslavia.
Iraq. India and Egypt in the op-
position Erance and Nigeria ab-
stained There are 32 members on
the Commission.
The Commission's vote cul-
minated a long fight led by the
United States n6 Israel The
Commision's resolution was in
the form of a recommendation
to its parent body, the Economic
and Social Council which, in
turn, must approve the move
then forward it to the General
Assembly for final action.
In the course of the debate.
Yakub A. OstTOVSki, chief of the
t SSR delegation, attacked Abram.
as he did in the discussion earlier.
linking Abram's attitude on the is]
sue to the fact the latter, in a pri-
vate capacity, is president of the
American Jewish Committee. In-
sinuating that Abram "was obey
ing the orders of the Zionists and
the .leu- of America." and charg-
ing that the chairman of the Amer-
ican delegation was "serving two
masters." Ostrovski called the
American Jewish Committee "a
Zionist organization." Ostrovski
had also voiced anti-Jewish senti
ments three weeks ago.
Replying very briefly to Mr.
Ostrovski's hour-long diatribe,
Abram merely noted that, in the
20 years of the Commission's
existence, no similar incident
had occurred, and no reference
had ever been made by a dele-
gate to another delegate's reli-
gious affiliation. "Moreover"
Abram noted, that reference
was "irrelevant to the Commis-
sion's work."
The Russian was not the only
delegate who brought up the Jew-
ish issue during the debate. The
Iraqi delegate, in a 46-minute
speech, took out against Israel's
member on the Commission. Sup-
reme Court Justice Haim H. Cohn
who had endorsed the High Com-
mission proposal warmly. Iraq's
Continued on Page 10 A
COLUMN TO APPEAR IN HERALD
Mind I in Resigns Post
As Editor of Floridian
MIDDLE EAST 'FRIENDS' ASSISTED
LBJ Asked to End
Aral) Group Subsidy
WASHINGTON tJTA) Re
sponding t<> indications that the
Central Intel] ncj de
spite recent disclosures maj be
continuing sul> idizal on ": Hi"
anti-Israi I Amei lean F i iends of
the Middle East, s. n Hu li S
Pennsylvania Republican, this week
asked President Johnson t.. "bi in*
an immediate halt" :<> such fi
nancii
Sen Scott disked the President to
end the llow of public luiuls to "an
organixation whose principal ob
jeetive is to conduct anti Israel
propaganda In the United states
and to conduct activities that run
counter to the stated objectives of
American foreign policj
Naming the ten foundations
that dispensed CIA funds covertly
to AFME, Sen. Scott told how
AFME financed Arab students
who conducted anti-Israel propa-
ganda campaigns at over 100
American colleges and univer-
sities.
He asked the President to "bring
an immediate halt to an> IS Go
vernment funds that are going to
AFME and the purposes for which
Continued on Page 2-A
I.eo Mindlin has resigned his post
as executive editor of The Jewish
Floridian Fred K Shochet. pub
lisher of the Floridian, announced
the resignation Wednesday
Mindlin will be joining the Mi-
ami Herald, where his column will
continue to appear regularly as it
has since he joined The Jewish
Floridian in August. 1951. He will
also join the English and Philo-
sophy faculties of Miami Dado
Junior College, where he has lec-
tured part time for the past year.
"Throughout his editorial ca-
reer. The Jewish Floridian has
continued to grow and gain in
local communal and national im-
portance," Shochet said in an-
nouncing the resignation. "His
weekly column, his general writ-
ing, and his creative personality
became a hallmark of achieve-
ment in the English-language
Jewish press in America.
'Mindlin never moved away from
saj ing what he saw as he saw it
no matter what the cost to himself
personally or to The Jewish Flor-
idian," Shochet declared "It was
this integrity in him both as an
editor and a newspaperman that
has brought him to this high level
in his profession
Mindlin came to Miami in 1941
to join the English facultj at the
University Ol Miami, where he
served through 1951, when he
joined The Jewish Floridian
He i- a member ol the Florida
board of the Anti-Defamation
! eague of B'nai B'rith and of the
board ol the American Friends ol
the Hebrew University.
He belongs to the Greater Mi
ami Professional Chapter of Sig-
ma Delta Chi. national journalism
society; and Sigma Delta Omi-
cron, undergradute literary hon-
orary.
In 1962, he received the I
LaMed Award in journalism ol the
Continued on Page 10-A
LtO M IN DUN
olio to reach
Nazi Hunter
Arrives For
Tour of I .S.
NEW YORK (JTA) Simon
Wiesenthal, the Vienna Jew who
has devoted his life to collecting
material on Nazis who killed Jews
and are still roaming around fn
throughout the world with
identitj documents, an h ed
Mondaj for a toyAth I the
t n,t, .1 States durir which he
address p iblic tnci I gs in
cities on his e> pei ii i i
als
Mr Wiesenthal
mhilation
ers of the A al i I
rcp'i
his actii itics hui tit
I
Continued on Page 13-A
TIDE Of ANTI-SEMITIC BOOKS FROM MEXICO SWEPT AWAY
Hate Material Importer Vows Halt
(AKDINAL Bit
expresses satisfaction
The Goyescas Corp., Florida's
I.,] eat importer of Spanish Ian
publications, announced in
Miami this week that it has
ceased the import ami sale of anti-
Semitic hooks, an official of the
firm notified the Florida Regional
Office ol the Anti Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith
Announcement came on the
heels of information published in
The Jewish Floridian last Friday
which detailed an account of the
great business anti Semitic books
does in Mexico toda>
The account revealed that the
business is filtering into Miami,
where the Spanish-reading popu-
lation ha* been vastly increased
in recent years by the influx of
Cuban refugees, who are buying
the books "almost faster than
they can be imported."
Several of these volumes portra)
Communism as Jewish plot,"
and it is believed the refugees
anti-Communist feelings, rather
than anti-Semitism, accounted for
the interest heie in Miami
The Jewish Floridian account
was based on exclusive infoi
i< leased at a rec nt v tional -
meeting in Ne\ York of
the Anti Defamali< te which
shi wed that pi int< i and publish-
ers in Mexico >un
tries in Latin America
pi inting tens ol thousan Is of
Spanish translations ol notorious
Continued on Page 6-A


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[justice Douglas Slated at Third Seder; -jjjjjjj
liami 4AmaF School to Benefit
$300,000 IN iCMOLAKSHM f*0M AH-C/0
,;,im Court Justice William
Douglas will be principal speak-
I he community wide Third
; hethiled for Apr. 26 at the
Liitainebleau Hotel
( unt of Justice Dotl-
.,,.,, :,.'iit was made jointly
km. chairman of the
M .. nl Council for Medi
Service! and Vocational Train
u.l Feinatein. preai
|, ti Israel Histadrut Com
ater Miami
The Trv'd Seder instituted
the Uni-td States 35 years mo
the latl Isaac Hamlin will
the SI,000,000 Greater
Anal" Technical High
chooi >c# under construction
Ramleh. Israel. Histadrut in
r.iel already has allocated
500 000 for the trade school, and
'ion of the vocational
gaining institution is scheduled
time for the fall term.
i: ici leading jurists.
uci i las has served the
rt since LS38, and has
unch defender of tha
- ol : inoritj groups On one
I called on Amei tea I
ake sure that neither
M religion nor political
uill [feet the measure ol
n nerica
ci Douglas has long been
1 h friendship for the
. PACf 8 A
'urim Concert
Annual Affair
ft] Purim concert spon
i b> AgUdatb Israel was held
..I 7 30 p.in
was given bj Rabbi
Hirsh Ever Dr Abraham
i prved as master of cere-
Cantor Abraham Sell pre-
neveral selections, with
lina (rlai .ii the piano
i its identified with the
il ol Purim were served
JUSTICE DOUGLAS
Stj "i Israel A noted wot Id tra-
veler, in' is recognized as a leading
authority on the problems and
aspirations ol peoples m many
'aids, including the emerging na-
tions of Asia and Africa
Bt fore sen ing on the IS Su-
preme Court, he was for three
years chairman of the Securities
and Exchange Commission, and
served the Commission in various
capacities for several years hefore
then lie was a member of the fa
t-iiit> of Columbia's Law School
from 1924 to 1928. and ol Yale Law
School from 1928 to 1936.
Shortly after becoming chairman
of the S.E.C., Justice Douglas at-
tracted nationwide atten t i o n
with a speech blasting "Wall
Street ethics," and was con-
sistently identified with efforts
to assure the most stringent
possible regulation of securities
trading.
a native of Minnesota, Justice
Douglas was orphaned al an earl)
agi and had to support himself
through cnlleee and law school bj
doing a variety of jobs
Justice Douglas received the
Human Rights Award of the New
York Stale Association of Trial
Lawyers this month (March. 1967).
He has spoken in behalf of HistS
ilrut and other Israel causes
throughout the United states.
The Third Seder also will mark
a celebration of the 19th anniver-
sarj of Israel's independence. It if
and Fcinstein pointed out Hah
hi Leon Kronish, national vice
president of the Vrenc.,1: Hista
Development Foundation, will
irary chairman ol the
Third Seder
Justice Coug'as from 1929 to
1932 conducted various studies in
bankruptcy for William J. Dono-
van, U.S. Department of Com-
merce, Yale Institute of Human
Relations and the National Com-
mission on Law Observance and
Enforcement. He served as di-
rector of the Protective Com-
mittee Study of the Securities
and Exchange Commission from
1934 to 1936, as commissioner of
the S.E.C. from 1936 to '39, and
s chairman of the S.E.C. from
1937 to 1939.
He was nominated by President
Roosevelt to be an Associate Jus-
tice of the Supreme Court of the
United Stales and took his seat on
April 17, 1939.
Me is a prolific author, having
written several magazine artcle.s.
as well as lejjal case hooks on cor-
poration finance and bankruptcy
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Friday, March 31, 1967
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Israeli Attache to Appear for CJA
II ;sn't every day that Combined Jewish Appeal scores a 12
j. ei cent increc3e in aivina. But that' what happened last
week, when the residents of Forte Towers North. Forte Towers
iter, and Forte Towers South aathered for their annual
CJA breakfast where they pledged 120 per cent more than
had toward last year's CJA drive. Reviewinq the meet-
.:.q's results are (left to right) Ben Essen, associate chairman
:: CJA's Residence and High-Rise Division; J. R. Monde^. who
served as toastmaster for the occasion; and Sol Silver and
Bernard H. Liberman, Forte Towers CJA co-chairmen.
Yosef Vaakov, cultural attache
of the Israel Embassj in Wash
Ioflten, I i.e.. will be ;iu<'-t of honor
and featured speaker at a morning
break d afternoon reception
on Sum aj on behalf <>t the Com-
bined Jl tt I il Appeal
Mi and Mi Leonard Rosen will
ho-: a breakfast for residents of
Harboi I ... Is at id .
Sun.:.
Guests will gather to meet
Yaakov at the Rosens' home
10010 W. Broadview Dr., Bay
Harbor Islands.
I ater in the day, Yaakov will
address the winter residents of
the community at a cocktail party
and reception hosted by Sidney 0
Ansin, Sam Blank, Abe Green,
Joseph M Lipton, Leonard Rosen
and Milton Weiss
Scheduled for 5 p.m. the re-
ception will be held at the home
of Mr and Mrs Abe Green, 1356
Biscayne Dr., Surfside.
V'osef Vaakov. born in Shanghai.
China, has worked with an Ameri-
can and French radio station in
the Far East and has served as
United Press correspondent during
DEDICATED TO ENTIRE MEMBERSHIP
Miami 'Y9 Annual Apr. 16
NORTH OADE BALI SATURDAY PAGf. 6 A
eting of the YM and
of Greater Miami this year
be dedicated to the entire mem-
hip "the men. women and
Iren who participate in its ac
i and perpetuate the all
> v concept" announced
idem Paul Paske
will be held Satur
evei Apr 15. in the tirand
oom of tin- "V
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Wexler,
c derail co-chairmen of the event,
reported that the annual meeting
vill feature a champagne cock-
. il party fo"owed by darcing to
a li/e orchustra. The installation
o-' officers and new boa id of di-
recters w'll take only a small
portion of the evening's program.
I Mrs Wexler in
i lann n{ and working on the
. are the following
. I li Kaj Berrin M
Paul Rhi ngold Mr and Mrs
1 an. Mr and Mi l<
Klein, Mr. and Mrs Calvin
Hew nt Weiss, Miss l nun,'
It. M i ssie Aronoff, Mr and
Irs Jack < alchman, Mrs \xuw Ja
CObs, Mr and Mrs Jack Ka'/man.
Mr. and Mrs Milton Sirkin. Mr and
Mrs Byron Topol. Mr. and Mrs
Louis Glaaaer, Mr. and Mrs Lionel
Bosrm. Mr and Mrs Arthur Hoi
witz.
Mr. and Mrs Irving Denmark.
Mr. and Mrs Don Relff, Mr and
Mrs Matthew Ettinger, Mr and
Mrs Jack Baum. Mr and Mis Bob
Sussman, Mr. ami Mrs Mil ton Jas
per Mr and Mrs Cliff Suchman.
Mr and Mrs Sam Seillin. Ml and
Mrs Leon Kaplan. Mr. and Mrs
Joseph Mallah, Mr and Mrs
Olster, Mr and Mrs Mar in 11
man. Mr and Mrs Budd i itler. Mi
and Mrs Jack Schenkman. Mr. and
Mrs Alan Kornblum. Mr. and Mrs
Max Drosd. Mr and Mrs Howard
Faber.
Theme of the entire evening is
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bership. All members, as well a>
those interested in learning more
about the "Y." are welcome to at
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Page 7-A
Noted Bible Scholar. Dr. Orlinsky
To Speak at Beth Am Service Friday
>r Harry Orlinsky, professor of
[ui,l,. .. the New York School of
Hebrew Union College Jewish
ln,liiut< of Religion, will speak be
i,,,,. worshipers Friday night at
Beth Am Dr. Orlinsky s
Aill be 'The Difference
Ibe Jewish and tht
\Pi.ipaih to the Bible
in .msk>. duo of tho world's
Ung Bible scholars, is
ctdM "i tht- new transla
the Hebrew Bible for th
PuhlicatiOQ Society of
The first Jtwi*h scholar ever
invitee to take part in an
>oet Ciardi
A Temple Israel
;orum Tuesday
Ciardi. poetry editor of
I., rdaj Review, will i>c guest
i the Town Hall Forum of
f Israel on Tuesday at &80
substitutes for cartoonist
[ I eiffer, who hail to cancel
arance
In addition to service as John
Holms Visiting Professor of
Poetry at Tofts University for
the pst three years, Ciardi is
currently completing his trans-
lation of Dante's "Divine Come-
(. f. publication in 1968.
served for ll yean as
, [itoi Ol the Salurda>
received his BA magna
:um ii do, from Tufts College in
; MA in 1939 at the Uni
a : Michigan, where he also
i ited the I lop wood Award
Ajtei m rving in World
- .,:, aerial gunner in the
li nsive against Japan, he
Han an instructoi
-i. and then as Briggs
. a listanl Profess r In
went to Rut ers, when he

:. 1981 I '"',
itei and lecturei
authorized Christian translation
of the Bible into English, he was
the sole Jewish member of the
distinguished committee of 22
scholars which, in 1952, pro-
duced the Revised Standard Ver-
sion of the Old Testament.
Dr. Orlinsky is co translator of
a five-volume English edition of
Rashi's fumed commentary on the
Pentateuch. His latest book. "An
dent Israel," a study ol the so
eiety that produced the Bible,
published by Cornell University
Press, has been hailed In scholars
as the best short history of Israel
available.
He is chairman of the American
l"i lends of I he Israel Exploration
Society, a Fellow of Princeton I'm
verity's Council of the Humani-
ties and nf the Ami rican Academy
for Je\sib Research, and a member
of the editorial committee of Jew
ish Apocryphal Literature and the
Society of Biblical Literature
In l'.tj!! and 1960. Dr Orlinsky
read papers by invitation at Inter
national Congresses at Oxford Uni-
versity and Moscow State Univer-
sity. In 1962, he was visiting pro
fessor at the Hebrew University In
Jerusalem.
Dr Orlinsky is the ]!;>! recipient
of the Jewish Welfare Hoard
Frank I. Weil Award for outstand-
ing contributions to American Jew
ish culture "
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Friday Mart h 11. 1967
Past Exalted Ruler Judge Euqene J. Weiss congratulates Mi-
ami Beach Attorney Zev Kogan (left) on his election as new
exalted ruler of the Beach Elks Lodge. Others elected were
Joseph Drucker. estemmed leadinq knight; Murray Gilman.
esteemed loyal knight; Larry Seymour Kimmel. esteemed lec-
turing knight; James D. Levenson. secretary; Irving Weinstein.
treasurer; Lee Goudiss, tiler; and Judqe Weiss, five-year
trustee. Koaan is active in the Beach Bar Association. Zionist
District, BiEcayne Democratic Club, Jewish National Fund,
and Temple Emanu-El.
AJComm. Meet
Set Here Apr. 16
American Jen :-h Comm I
ill mai'. its 15 years of sei i
' th< .-..ih the
'''' i annual
pr 16 al the / H
ton We I rmari ol |
ir it;.' evenin
i Cyril
rr-
-?>.
'".II since i;i20 In addition
' i being 1987 campaign chairman
ombined Jewish Appeal
activitiei include past
*idt > i and member of the
Ml Sinai Hospl
vice preaidi nt, Greatei Miami
1 I I m; former mem
board of governors, Miami
i I ban i c i of Com
G it ester, Tyson, recent!)
it ned from Israel where, as a
bei ol ,i croup of American
N in leadei he participated in
id] mission The mis-
pei
eminent

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$300,000 in Scholarships Pledged Here
By AFL-CIO for Histadrut Institute Use
A total of $300,090 in scholai
mips for the Afro Man Institute
of HistSdrul in Tel Aviv Israel,
mu voted l)> the Executive Coun
cil of the AFL-CIO ;ii its meeting
in Miami Beach in the wake ol
the second annual international
midwinter conference ol the
American Histadrut Development
Foundations four-daj conclave
here
George Meany, AFL-CIO prcsi
dent, announced the 1300,000 con
tribution to be paid al the rate
of Sioo.ooo a year for three yean
and said that the unions which
have membership on the executive
council alone have come up with
:i im-
ii 'ii
than $100,000 "f the total
Zeev li.ii.ish. Histadrut dele-
gate to the American labor
movement and member of the
Histadrut board in Israel, made
the announcement together with
Meany at a special news confer-
ence.
Dr Sol Stein, national executive
director of Histadrut. lauded the
\i I CIO action as "a Id tional
prool "i the sincere interest in and
support of Israel and the Histadrut
ii\ hi ganised American labor "
The Afro Asian Institute, Meai j
pointed out, lias graduated some
l.iMi? Asian and African leaders
from 62 11 untries in the past five
m .ii \i ai \ is eo chairman, along
1.1,.dm Math, president ol the
Hebrew i nivt rsitj ol Jerusalem,
ni the \ii Vim Institute,
( OUI es in the social cieliccs.
economics and othi r current topics
'an lit in top diplomats and
"in" > ei nmental and non-gov
i i I officials al the Institute.
Israel's dramatic progress in less
Hi.hi 19 yeai ol independence has
attracted wide; pread interest
umon he newly emeri ing nations
ol Asia and Aii ica
At the concluding session of the
international mid winter confer
ence held at the Blackstone Re-
tirement Hotel. |)i Stem ami
Michael Sossm. vice president of
the Israel Histadrut Committee,
were principal speaker
Also on the program were Her
bert S. Shapiro, Miami Beach at-
torney and co-chairman of the
legal committee of the Histadrut
Foundation; Gary Gerson. certi-
fied public accountant; and Ab-
raham Grunhut, Washington
Federal vice president.
The Histadrut'a annuity, will:
bequests, legacy and estate plan
"iiic programs wen- outlined in
the conference's final meeting .it
the Blackstone
Dedication i Harliqht Mancn Houm at the Jewish Home
foi the Aqod is I appearance of former
Florida Gov | [rora ,,),,,. With him are
(left to riqht) luA pr denl Leo Ross |i.; honorary president,
Irving Cyp n; Mrs. Corii no Starlight, whoso qift to the Homo
made possible rest manoi house; and Rabbi
Samuel B [atiee, ol Temple Beth D, Hollywood. Dedication
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Friday. March 31. 1267
Rights Unit OKs Anti-Bias Accord tSiSSR
Continued from Page 1-A
delegation head chided the Israeli
lor supporting human rights and.
the protection of minorities in
"her countries while the Arab,
minority in Israel uas bejpg .-up
pressed."
Justice Cobn, whose intervention
on the issue had been supported.
In Italy and trgentina, replied
that "in contrast with some Other
countries. m\ Government pledge!)
thai Israel would admit a High
i unmissioner for Human Rights
and allow him to sea whatever he
wanted to see and could pledge
that we would listen carefully to
hi- advice "
\t the night session, the Amer-
ican point of view was pressed bj
another member 0( the IS. dele-
gation, Ro^er W Tuby, who said
that the High Commissioner would
help 'to lessen abuses committed
on racial, religious or other
grounds."
The idea for the establishment
of a United Nations Commis-
sioner for Human Rights was
first broached publicly by Jacob
Blausttin, honorary president of
the American Jewish Commit-
tee, in an address at Columbia
University, in New York, on De-
cember 4, 1963. Later, the mat-
ter began taking form and, in
1966, Costa Rica proposed that
the Human Rights Commission
form a special working group to
study the matter. As a result, a
nine-member group was formed
and met at U.N. Headquarters
in New York earlier this year.
["he working group adopted a
ding principles lor a High
Commissioner who. a- a global
' dsman, would be 'he UN's
h >i in a n rights watchdog. The
p I owever, left open, for the
ft li Commission determination,
i,,!sic question a- to whether
52 Donor Will
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will he used loi the benefit ol dis-
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:. ispital
in charge oi reservations was
Mrs Bettv Friedman
or not such a post as High Com-
missioner for Human Rights was
to he created. The vote, on the is-
-ue brought the matter further
along toward possible enactment.
When M. o.-tro\ski attacked Mr.
Abiain initially tin.- week, the
Vmerican Jewish leader expressed
"regret*' that the Soviet delegates
had "exceeded the normal stand
aid of conduct."
He added, I have many private
connections with the foundations.
colleges and uni\ ii-ities. on,, of
them a Negro college, and numer-
ous ei\il rights organizations and
bar groups in the l/nited States
The So\ iet delegate, however, ha-
now twice referred in two caustic
and sarcastic terms to my connec-
tion with the American Jewish
Committee. Of that affiliation, as
with all others Jewish and non-
Jewish I am proud.
"The American Jewish Com-
mittee is the world's oldest hu-
man rights organiiation, having
been founded in 1906, to fight
Czarist anti-Semitism and its
struggles against all forms of
man's inhumanity to man and
for all people regardless of
race, color or creed. The Sov-
iet delegate knows this well for
he has several times used the
American Jewish Committee's
great human relations library,
which contains one of the
world's best resources in the
field. I, myself, have seen him in
the AJC library in New York.
"The singling out of this one as-
sociation of mine I let pass three
weeks ago feeling thai it might
have been a human slip, but
it has occurred a second tune Rid
this conduct is obvious!) del
berate and calculated, it is in
keeping with the policy, which
me infamous in all the w o
n claiming non-discrimination
and tnU ranee while practu n
crimination and repression It i- in
.' -ill the polio behind the
publication n centlj oi the K
,i ci ude Di m Stuei m i I
Semitic tone, which evok d
ritit ommunist pi I
o\ w the oi Id when the book is
irgan A So\ I
iet)
; is .. lisgraci that in
the Hunan Rights Ci I
sion an l at this session at winch
we ii.i' e pass< d the histot ic draft
Convention for the Elimination oi
All Forms ol Religious Intoler
ance, that the Soviet del<
-I oul raise this crude implica-
tion," Mr, Ahra.n continued
"I am a man; hut he would not
refer to me as that, i am an Amer-
ican; he did not -o identify me 1
am honored to be the American
representative, to this Commission;
he -aid nothing of this. 1 am a Jew
and president of the American
Jewish Committee This, he chose
to mentipn in an obvious!) angry
and polemical way. The choice of
this one association to which the
Soviet delegate has now twice re-
ferred, shows what all mankind
now knows that deep prejudice
which has been deplored bj Com
munist parties in other stale-.
fight anti-Semitism, ami there l
no necessary connection betwe >n
Communism and anti-Semitism.
"The manifestation of anti-
Semitism is in the Soviet Union.
The other Communist parties
around the world were morally
forced to condemn the Kichko
book published by the Soviet
Union. The crude attitude of the
Soviet delegate is now unmasked.
His pious adherence to high prin-
ciple, to the contrary notwith-
standing, the Soviet delegate has
displayed his bias by his barely
concealed and coded message
during the week...as i see it
Continued from Page 4-A
ohiics are best characterized by
their lack of consistency. How,
then, must we he consistent? I
-aid before it must Ik- of a ccr-
laifl oiler. In a world marked by
change, we must come to under-
-tand that e v c e p t for the
specifics of history, in term- of
'he totality ol history there is no
such thing as change. Our legacy
of the pa.-t is not something that
we consciously adore (conservs
tive) or determine- to change
modernist) it is chut/pah to
think we can do either
What there hence remain- for
air spiritual leaders to do i- re
peatedly to remind us of our spi-
ritual selves Here, they will be
dealing with the stuff of their ex-
pertise: man's indomitable will
to survive despite his best efforts
to destroy himself the eternal
and immutable quality of his
soul, thai which, despite the
changing particulars of history,
never in fact change- As Rabbi
Bricfcner suggests, in ignoring
tin- and focusing Instead on his
unintelligent political intel-
hu( nee. he does us a double di-
tervice, not the least of which is
the misinformation he tries to
spoonfeed us, it is this that be-
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here. I regret with all my heart
that I was forced to make this
statement. With all my heart, I ,
wish it had not been necessary."
Speaking in connection with the
Commission's observance of inter-
national Day for the Kliminatioii
of Racial Discrimination, "' Mau-
rice I.. I'erlzwig. icpic-ciitatn
the World Jewish Congress, eluded
the majority of in member static
for having failed, thus far., to ratify
the IN antuacism Convention,
adopted 18 months ago He noted
that, of more than 120 memhei ,
eligible to ratifj the pact, only-
seven have done -o. "Unless and
until the governments an- ready-
to substitute action tor rhetoric."
he -aid. "the plague of racialism
will continue to affront the human
conscience and hold up the pro-
gress of human society."
The Commission referred to the
General Assembly for a final de-
cision the draft Convention on the
elimination of statutes of limita-
tions in cases involving prosecu-
tions of war crimes The Commis-
sion was unable to agree on cer-
tain legal points in the short time
available.
Of Floridian
Continued from Page 1-A
'National Foundation for Jewi-h
Culture. A year later, he visited
Israel. wj)c,r.e he was a guest of
various government agencies. On
his return, he wys presented with
the Mizrachi Women Organization
of America Award of Distinction
for his editoiial contribution to
Jewish educational programs, Initi:
here and in Israel.
The Ead 'f Ralfoui. in hehalf
oi the American Friends ol the
Hebrew University, has conferred
upon Mindlin the -tatus of honoi
ary founder of the university
campus in Jerusalem
The City of Miami and the
Miami City Commission have also
cited him in recognition of his
"important contribution to the
community."
His column. "During the Week.
As 1 See It.' lias beep widely
quoted, excerpted and reproduced
in publications across "he countiv
He is a graduate of New York am:
Columbia Universities.
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+Jenlsfir*rri(jSar7
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Panel of Experts Readied to Discuss
Means of Living and Working in Israel
ibi Leon Kionish, spiritual leader of Temple Beth Sholom,
: the lour women whom the Sisteihcod chose 'or outs'
.rvice to their temple. Left to right are Mrs. Ethel Shapiro,
Harold Granoti, Mrs. David Drucker, Mr?. Marvin Marx.
.ere honored ut the Four-Leaf Clover Luncheon which
orhood held on Mar. 15 at the Dcral Beach Hoi
E. Kramer was chnhmon, and Mrs. E. Mov Ke
co chairman of the function attr-nded by 350 women.
Tower E. Club Holiday Program
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O't --ooo Rb'.i .
A-A A- |HAt O -C
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Cantor Morria B;-
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Asc-c IMF! i |M -..* >,.
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prndent Cantor So PakCAitz
"*- | Ava Con.
-! .r RaDh. So Landau Cj-----
Am W L >e
crvices
i.
Temporary affica 1820 NE 1*4th St. mon Port on of the \\. .
Refo-m. Rabbi Ralph Kingalcy.
Cantor Chat Gala.
.
a W ar Satui.l y 11 a
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Wn Inc. toe i.
CANDIEUGHTING TIME
12 2 Acer 6:17
9
ConrvAtive Race. Airon Feier.
TEMPLE SMVLUM "2 S'.V 'th Ave .
Beach Contrrvat ve. Rah-
Rempano
hi Morria A
Segal.
Skop Cantor Leon
'

'EVPLE TIFERETH JACOB 951
th Ave.. Hla'aah Conservafve
Rabbi Maurice Khtln.
I
TEMPLE ZAVORA 4 2amo-a Av*
Contervatrva R'bbi Maiell iei
--' Cantor Ben DTk'on
TEMPLE ZION HOC Millar Rd -
aervat!va. RaTib. Alfred wa.*"!
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'IFERETH ISRAEL. f N Ui
av- Coneervafv* Rahh "''*>
IT In


VOUNG ISRAEL OF CREAT-o u
AMI MO NE -7-,. B, 0
Rabbi She'win Stauber c.
Pinci A.oof.
I
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VOUNG ISRAEL Of MIAVI r.F,fB
1542-44 Washlnoton Ava. R.i-
tali Ptr.ih "'
>c-m TPILAM 3! r .,- id *,. 3r
f"odo Rabbi Jocn E Ra-ovky
BETM EL. 500 SW Tth Ave. Ortho
do Rarbi Soiomon Scull
K .' -
!. i.
IETH ISREL 770 *0th St Ortho
d" Rah' Berel W"l
F da

ETH JACOB W1 W;nhmgton Ava
OrthodOK Rahh' ^"tiarv-h" T
Swiraky. Cantor Maurice Mamchea.
m
Fraud
H
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ETH KODESH 1101 SW 12th Ave
Modern Traditional Rabbi Man
Shaolro Cartor Beniamin Ben.An

Idem I.- ;.'
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il ivnh v -..ii r>f Mr*
rtaturda 15 an
; II ".::'
j m 'I'll? '
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ETH MOSHE CONGREGATION
30 W. Dial* Hw>. Con.rvative
Rabbi Oavid Roaenfeld. Cantor Sey-
mour Hinkea.
entr if Ihe
. r\ >.- I m*n
I......I .-.
dn) 15 i" K< rmon Pm if ih*
W. -k "

BETH SOLOMON. 50 NW 51it PI.
>F-ij t(ioh 164th t| t>ii fgp lifh
A Conwrvj'iy. p,-. v- Lip
rhlfl flnln. Jacnh Rrnif
:
l ',!
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.,! I..
tell '.'
a
VN' RAPHAEL '401 NW 1M*d 81
Con r*r- lurk Lnr
m< \t
I > : : |ii Mai
'" Mli'vnl Mart --.ii nl
Mi and Mr- S'a'han Wilenaky
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION
T>c MIAMI 1S4t Waah^npton Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Dov Rorencweig.
? LAIinEROAle EMANUEL 1801
S. Andrewa Ave. Reform Rbh'
Richard M. Leviton. Cantor Jerome
Klement.
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
Work With God:
Bring Cheer To
A Peaceful Mind

-rd in CO-
tit Crreatei Mi-
tmi Rdhh:n\rs\ AtSOCtdtlOtl.
Ifiutof of feature! ap-
I here i
DR MAX I IPSCHITZ
T"ah
(regdfion of Norch Miemi
FT. I AUDEROALF TEMPLE BETH
ISRAEL. 547 E. Oakland Park Blvd
Rabbi Philip Chaiton. Cantor Theo-
dore Mindich.
IS p m Ben i m-i nc
Ivea Itaa M la :.h Pern.
'.. ilIu. r Mr in,.i Mi Snrman Ru-
bin
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HALLANOALE JEWISH CENTER.
12C E Hailandala Beach Blvd. Rav.
Paul Deutach.
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HEBREW ACAOEMV 2*00 Pinetre*
Or Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander 8
ReeaM
|. in Ratui M
15 p. in
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HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201
Johnaon St. Conservative Rarib
Oavid Shapiro. Cantor Vehudah
Heilbrann
SRAELITE CENTf R. t'75 SW 25th
St. Conservative Rabbi Avrom L
Drazin. Cantor William B. Nuaaen.
aen.
M \ I II ihltf
I i I i
..f III. .\ K
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JACOB C COHEN COMMUNITY
SVNAr.OGUF 1532 Wuhlnoton Ave
Orthodox Rabbi T.bor H. Stern
Cantor Meyer Engel.
KNESETH ISRAEL 1415 Euclid Ave
O'*hodo Rjhhi David Lehrfieid
" ir .. B-ir im S"

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a
^UBA\ iTCHER V NVAN. 800 Waih
i**gton Ave. Orfno.iox. Rabbi Abra
ham Korf. Cantor Ernest Field

-ONAIRES SYNAGOGUE. 373"
1 Bd Mode-n tradit onal Max
W Tamchin, president. Cnntor Louis
Cch.r
-
a
)'-fV SHALOM ?'i Normandy Or
Orthodox, Rabbi Phmm w-be'
man.
a
SEPHAPD C JEW Sn CENTER 4'
"S Ave Rev Cantor Saoi Nail
miaa
a m Si
-----a
SKY LAKE SVNACOGUE 18'51 NE
^th Ave Orthodox Rabbi Jonah
E. Capi.'n
' *: 1 t:.
a Mot I......e|t SI
I Mrs. Paul Ara
Thi I:.i- nna
the :: Mini ha io ] m
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TEMPLE ADATH YESHLLRUN Con
aervative. 1025 NE l3rd St.. Miam
Gardens Rd. Rabbi Milton Schlmaky.
Cantor Ma'ur.ce Neu.
Hermon N a .
Tin to Prei>a4 Saturday 8:1 am
ah Rob) 11 I!; ..n of M
Mm Marvin Molnmon Mlnch
l' m
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TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall
Or., So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Michael .____ '
Kvrr Jochanan tn-n /.akkai the followmi! Vo Hfc ,. ,
fulpli Eueat, i, question: 'Arc vou not prtcticilM ,\. I*' ,, r.,s klnd"': '
Harrj M Orlinuky. profaaaor of Ribl. ^ir.rv-. Vri ,lw V',, ,he smokp allowed to rise
coreerj lou take a heifer, you
Inatitute ..f Ra>llkioa In N* Tort burn it to a powder. Vou sprinkle
' it upon an unclean n..rcr,n -..,.
declare that he '
------ il restored to the
TEMPLE BETH EL OP HOLLY- state of puntv
WOOD 1351 S 14th Ava Reform ill u
Rabbi Samuel Jaffa Whereupon
I'uL.v > i", pin -. i i'.,.,,'. Rabbi Jochanan
" '''" retorted "U .\ ,
..in Rai Mllavah Mark, moiim. Ilavt
an.i \h- Haul I S'ltabi you seen a pet
tortured bj
temple beth Raphael 1546 the ill of imaRin-
Jefferaon Ave. Conaarvative. Cantc :_,, ,u, ,
Saul H. Breeh. '" 'hat a demon
Pi Ida) B:15 p.m llueal i ki I Entered into
\i ih ii a Wnloahli lorn !. j, ,.
Ves, have
such .i p. i
M>n." replied the
n Now tell
me how did thc\
cure him '" asked the R ibbi
The) t.-ik.- eertain root kindle
ih..,., -,., i i i """ '" iiiirinonj nn man >
h. ,t, r d which spells ch.
joy.k andhappin,
: a( sucl inj thai [saial
By RABBI SIMON APRIL
Temple Bath Tov
i. -h and i iir -i ian Apon -acl
mill.
.. ..
Hi- Illinois Ik .,f Mi
Health Topii Mi ntal II. all
a
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly
wood. 1T25 Monroe St. Conse-v.-t \
Rahbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Er-
neat Sterner.
----- a
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chas.
Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronisn
Cantor David Conviser.
I
f Wl'Mll .
the subject of mind cure 1
we call it psychology, am:
A certain naCan asked Rabb, I?*1, f *0SF h>\'
mind we call psycho thi
the person Buffering from neu
a disease of the nerves mei
il in our text, compare favo
with the drug considered in i ur
time useful in nervous disoi
The afflicted receixes relief n
much from the powder or di
from the faith h has il
'I here ii i in mendous pow
faith Studt the man of faith
how h" works There is cam i
la vigor, there |< ease in
he doe- You -a_\ t > youi-i.: I
marvelous how he doea tlu;
faith Foi fa
sentiallj mi ans working in
mony with a Being, Suprenu
Universal.
' Inee v.i foi in the habu of w
ins i id u easi
W(" k in I \ with man
Rabbi April

A TASTE OF HEBREW
presented by THE TARBUTH FOUNDATION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF
HEBREW CULTURE and the AMERICAN JEWISH PRESS ASSOCIATION
Editor: Dr. Shlomo Kodesh
Excuse mc, sir.
Yes. please, what do you wint?
I am looking for a certain
apartment.
I am searching for a certain family.
What is the name of the family?
Th* name of the family is Cohen.
The family lives in this street.
I do not know ihe number of the
house.
That's not good.
In every house in this street there it
a Cohan
On every floor of every house there
is a Cohen.
You hawa to go from house to
bouse.
You have to go from floor to floor.
You have to go from apartment to
apartment.
This is good advice. Thank you.
nfr*Pf "V" "*vt"'2 "?
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r,*sn tc "fpsr; r.H Kit' h: *:h
s*'s air n)
pi* v*. nrn ain-x r*x "rss
flft vr r*x 'ri re* rmfe 'rss
I.. r t r :
r.-ay r>aa rrv "*"? r
r,v?i n^ip* *#ft -,-| r.r*
refit "T"!? ffft T?| "C^1
n?* "T" n?"tt "?' ^H*
YOL'R WtTIONARY FOR TODAY
of (belonging to)
I know (m.) yt" ';k
in ion) every '??
floor Hr;1?
you nraat rji n?
(have lo) (m.)
you have T*>? W
lo go (111 ) ro-"
from house r'a"? n-ac
to house '
advice nn
Excuse me, sir
yes please
I am looking
(Marching for)
apartment
apartments
a certain apartment
family
families
name
number
numbers
tents -:i<
nyi
rAvi
r-."z? iryi
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TEMPLfc btTH TOV. 6418 SW 8tn
St. Conservative. Rabbi Simon April ,
I) 1". |. in SUHlelllK i.f I
u ill 11.1'i. I l Ii. .
I '. :
1 .. in >. i mon i'
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TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 N v\
22nd Ave. Conservative. Cantor
Abraham Reiaem.in.

ha \\ l.

Arnold i 'i :
TEMPLE EMANUEL. 1701 Wai
ton Ave. Conservative Rahbi Irvnp
I ehrman. Cantor 2vi Arller
nd i;
toj al w i hi .
.
on u akl) i
ltll.li i:
|l! II. ... .,
.1
\ii Rtanli > Vt'i rib
TEMPLE ISRAFL OF GHFATER Ml
AMI. 137 NE 1'th St Reform. Rabb
Joicph R. Narot.
TEMPLE ISHAEL OF MIRAMAR
3500 SW 60th Way. Conservative
Rabbi Irwin Cutler.
I....... q
\ -k.il It) i ..! About
iBMUta,'' followed bj o|><
a
TEMPLE JUOEA 9M0 Granada Blvd
Reform. Rabbi Morris Kipper.
IS p in II H..I.I .l.,'f. r. -i
bar "i ili. bnai u ill I. ad
th.. ,
---
TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 7^th St
Conservative. Pihb. Mayer Ahum
owitx. Cantor Nico Feldman.
I IrlS p.m > iturtlaj I m H
in.hi Portion ..i 11 I .. u
a --
TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. and
Tatom Waterway. Modern Tradl
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Can-
tor Edward Klein.
- a
TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative
8755 SW 16th St.. Miami R.ibhi
Ralph Gli x man. Cantor Herman
M.'rchbein
Ml .....i \i
....... Mi ind '
Mltavafa Rli bai d, .- n Mi -
'I I..-VMI.
TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI, j
Rabbi J ichanan h Rabbo
v h 'ti he uid The mind stayi il
Thee Thou krepe^t in
rhis passage sheds : hi on peace, because it trusteth in Th
rKabbinical JeUvUion f^roarame
Apr. 2 Ch in ii a.m., "The Jewish Worship Hour"
Rabbi Bmanuel Eisenberg
I n.i'li- Beth Sholom. Lake Worth, Fla.
Apr. 4 Hi 2. ;i :!() p m "Man to Man
Topic: "A Clerg} man'* Day"
' Re Luther C Pierce
Participants Rabbi Solomon Sell fl leth EJ
Fr Donald Connolly, Hoi) Familj Church;
i'. Clarence Yatea, Firal Methodist Church of
Mian I

SYNOPSIS OF THE TORAH PORTION SHEMINI
Kosher and non Kosher animali arrayed opposite each I
"These shall ye nol eal of them the camel tin-
rock badger the hare the awine the) are un
clean unto you" (Lev. 11.4-8).
SHEMINI On the ni;htli day of their conciTation. Aaron and
in- Mins offered sacrifices for themaeivee and the people, at
MOSfM command. Then Moses and Aaion cine out of the tent
of meeting, bleaaing the people. The gtorj of God appeared; a
tire from Heaven consumed the burnt-offering on the altar Al
me siyht. the people cried out and fell on their races Nadab and
Ai.ihu. Aaron's sons, offered "strange fin on the altar; a fire
issued forth and devoured them Aaron held hii pe
""' Prteata are commanded not to drink wine or strong
dnnk when entering the tent of meeting "that ye may pul dif-
ference between the holy and Mi. common, ami between the nn
cl an and the clean" I e\ 10 10).
1 Ion details the la i ribing Ii and un-
cleanlinesa In regard to the eating of animals, fowla, and fiah.
Thi recounting of tha Weekly Portion of tha Law it >
Jractad and based upon "Tha Graphic Hutory of tha Jawish
Heritage" edited by P. Wollman-Tiamir, $15 Publisher is
Shengold, and the volume it available at 27 William St., Naw
York 5, NY. President of the society distributing the volume
it Joseph Schlang.


Friday. March 31. 1967
Je*lstrhrkMan
Page 13-A

'o,
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Deaths In
Greater Miami
OWIK DEATHS SCC. B
SEDON
DORA, T". '!' i Bnlamaca Ave Coral
i r.il labli i I --i \1 i ... -I,. .,,..
her* 85 year* from Detroit, Mich.,
and was .1 member "i thi 1 oral
Oabli 'hapter 1 1 B'nal B'i Ith Kh<
li survived b) hei husband Samuel
.1 ion Mai irln s. don of Washington,
11. 1 a Miei vr 1 nthei I-'
U ."in K.-.i. h, aid three grand-
children Hervlt-ea were held Mai
-"' al Gordon Funeral Home with
ini< 1 mi ni In Mi Final <\ m<
. U-bra'ed wood carvings, Nehemiah Mark injects Ka-
Jewish mysticism, with its mylh:cal poetical view of
:'. irk says Torah is his inspiration and that woodcarving
. an outlet for a multitude of his emotions and thoughts.
!oted Sculptor Talks tn Teachers
1 -.
-
! -0
-


h Mark, nationally noted
ilplor, addressed the
session of the Seminar for
;, achera on Friday at the
} if Jewish Education
: scussed rhe Place of
\r\ Legend in the Hebrew
Miss Nettie Goldstein, in
I at Temple Both Sholom.
lunter of Nazis
^ow on Speaking
'our of U.S.
Continued from Pag* 1-A
ass killing of Jews. He said that
a list of 22,500 such Nazi
riminals.
Frani Stangl, tha commander
of the Nazi death camps in Tra-
blinka and Sobibor, where hun-
eds of thousands of Jaws
nshed in gas chambers, is one
f those who was traced by Wie
aenthal and arrested in Sao
Paulo, Brazil.
I Germany, Austria and Po-
nd have applied to Brazil for
extradition in order to put
trial for the murder of
1 1 "Us He is now held in
in Sao Paulo pending a
of a Brazilian court as to
he should he extradited
1 nthal was to address a
1 eting in New York Tues
< 11 Zionist Organization
1 n .1 in/at urn of Nazi Vic-
1 I 1 ite I States
acted BS discussant, and Benja-
min Ben An. of Temple Or Oloni.
was recorder
The annual Hebrew Teachers
Seminar is under the direction
of Dr. Nathaniel Sorof*. consult-
ant of the Bureau of Jewish Edu-
cation.
Neremiah Mark was born in
Lithuania and studied in the fa-
mous Veshiva at Slohodka. He eame
to the United States over 50 years
a^o
He sculpts ideas, personalities.
legends, and Bible quotations, and
is a popular speaker at synagogues
and Jewish tenters throughout
the United States and Canada.
Hartman Named to CC Board
Walter I.. Hartman. president of
the Mercantile National Bank of
Miami Beach, has been elected to
the board of governors of the
Chamber of Commerce of Miami
Beach.
doreson, Abraham, TB, of 1411 <""l-
llna Avi Pervicea In New York
Blaabers F moral 1 'hapel
KAYE, Wasne David, is. ..f 1075 Ni:
i::nii si s. r. li ei Mar _'; ;.i Rivi 1
nidi S Ml iml Beach Itiapel,
RAFF. Louie, T'.. ,if 18608 SB I8lh Ave
s. n 1 111 \. u V,.! u B
Puneral 11 n
Shapiro. Morria, :;. .,r ISSI Wash-
ington Ai. .-. \ |< in \. a York
Blaaben 1 neral Home
BECKMAN, II. : rj 13 Hurd -
Ave. Mervi. ea in Buffalo, .\ \
K ralde \ rman lj 1-'. < "hai
CRanberg. H>man s M,
Mi Idjan .u, .-.,-... 1 Ham-
mond, In,1 R|\< ralde Alton ltd
Chapel.
MANDELL. Max Jacob, Si
Mil hlaan Ave Si r\ Icei Mm .1 al
Sew man 1 'haiM I
PRICE. Th....... I' ::. of ::'. sw
-Till Ai ujai Ri\ er-
Blde I louala I:. 1 I 'har* '
SAMSON. Mi Jol anna 9
Gilbert. Mr* Jean M. S8, of 16900 S" ", '.' "' D* "
': II fl Service, Ma 26 1.1 c J.VP .
Rtv.-ral.le N Miami IVa.h t'hauel Shapiro. ',' V
GOLDMAN. Soli I nl 711! ,,!' ^
ni \.- Ser\ In llrnoklvn "' '! "
iOLOBOCK. ; .. iiiWaah- "'.',',' N' w V"
el LEVV'
soooiMAr ;,- N- N
UCQfU \l 1 K -
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NATHANSOh. ,
SCHUNT/ ; > V' ,. '
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1 il Horn. *"" '
si-01 k. < s-w mi 5AVt .,
Avi (Sordon *v' "',- i .''|J"1-
ABERMAN. Nathan ,V EPSTEIN,
rORVAN.'l" ;'",, .-,- FUTTERVAN.
S.i in Maplew x- "
kahn. Mr. Anna, :: I r.dlln "'' T -K x';i ;':-.:. **
V\. 1 -ti Br a*lyn HI'.....Idi ,\ .) '"'-
~,\. .- ltd (Ihapi
LrBOW. :, 71 o, SW MORR.S.
Mar .- il River- '"' '- *,lh
' '
FELOMAN. : IK h R*SK,N. .....
HI S Mai it ..i Rlveralde Ter .- i Mar. 2! al Our.....i
Memi It'll Kuner.l II !.<>_______________________
LEVIN. Minnie, v. Avi
-,n > Mar ii at Xi
ii
WHITE. Albi rt, S of I 138 Coll n>
.,,. In I hil HI --
i,. rj F neral Honv
BERNSTEIN. Louie, T" 83W SW
i \i 26 al iordon
Chapel .
BLITZ, John, ; I ol ::..... XE !nd We
...,,.. n Sew York Rlveralde
n m ami Beai h Chapel
BOLKER. Vt- Bather *3, -f '-">' !
: ,i avi .- vice* In Se York Qoi
d< i\ I uneral Home
COLL.N. Harry. T. of MS W IMh St
Servlcea Mar i" Newman hapel
STRICKLER. Mr> Bather (Eaale), 63.
t! :it Qordon I ineral li >me.
LAZARE, i:ii. 71. of 1 C SW 11th Av
Service* Mar .it Uordon Chapel
AGRAN. Samuel, 68, "i 1430 NE 170th
si Bervlcea Mar .ii Rlveralde N
Miami Beach Ch
COHtN. Mi- I Veda Mudrlek, 69, '
in.'" lVaahiiiKt<>n A \ Bel li
Rlveralde S Miami Beoch Chapel.
GFTS.KIN. vi.' H 6H, ol
\ v, -.:.,..- Mm. S It
Sew man Ch
SANDS. I 'atl, NW I3th St.
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Friday. March 31
1967
r*i i riMyfe:
B M. SAMUEL SILVER
7Yie Treachery of Telephone Service Abroad
a...
. .i in ^.
A THOUSAND PEOPLE
** "heir Ovi
prepared me for tl
would have making telephorr
In tl place. I never k:
I stil
I know hal
understood thi money
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lard. France, Israel. 1
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ant to call in advance II
ad you ba
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t
Is We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAL
VinrriYa Sri to Learn About Itself
THE 1967
I
". t<> save 2n:|
Ncgroi kwash ol 'mid years ol slavery
Nothing illustrates the dilemma better than the
efforts the state of Illinois is now making to
By:
MAX LERNER
Crisis Strategy
BRESIDENT JOHNSON'S Guam
trip, to plot further plans foi
'Mi' Vietnam uai raises again the
question ol how well oi badly
\tiu mail Presidents have no:
i lai i i trate ) tot global
Two journalists, Ed
I ti.ii les Bartlett
"I idea for a booh on the
diplomacy" which ihe>
have called "Facing the Brink." (Scribner'a The
writing i- sometimes too hurried but the boo!
ivledgeable, there are man) insider'
historical episode- i have not con
and the judgments air evenhanded
>Vside from indii idual chaptei on rive reci
I rus, '. i i ihc l uban missiles, I hi
' iulle pi ol em and Vietnam there are chapters on
tl '!'< ision mi President, the Seen
ol State the Undi r S< d tl i astrolo
brilliant example
ol ton rai e po tical journalism between
cov< I -
While the Viel chaptei itself takes only a
tenth of the hook- length, inevitably the readci
i whatever light tx can get on the Vietnam
from this chapter and the one on the President
as chief diplomat, lie will find a remarkably full and
vivid account oi the i inside the State Dept
in the Kennedj days, that led to the overthrow oi
Ihe Dice Th President n cent announce
mci t of the on of Henry Cabot Lodge as
No baasador gives added dramatic Importance to this
i y
Lodge was sent out original!) b) Kenned) to
put pressure on Diem for internal political and land
reforms in Vietnam Bui he asked the State Dept (oi
instructions on what to do about an Impending plot
ol the general! to overthrow Diem. The answei Mas
dialted on a Saturday morning toward the em
August, 1968, b) Roger Hilsman, Averell Han
and Michael Forrestal, and was later checked with
Kennedy over the telephone It ended with the his
'one injuction. "Do not abort," which sealed tl..
of the Diem Regime With it crumbled much ol the
cement that held togethei the structure ol authority
in the villages, and which has not vet been rebuili
Poor Lodge has bean blamed, both in the his
loios and Ihe novels, foi the whole opi-odc Dot.
as the authors tell the story, it was the Mil
group in Washington that furnished the dynamic
drive behind it taking advantage of the public ex
citemenl over the puss dispatches about the ell
immolation of the Buddhist priests, and
the policj vacuum left by the spin amone. Kenned) >
advisers and the genuine bafflement ol the Prcsl
dent himself
Kennedy died soon alter Ihe Diem overthrow
and we shall never know what he would have done
as the war developed We do know that he wa- dl epl)
troubled over it and had asked for an overhaul ol
the entire Asia poMl
Lyndon Johnson's agonies of mind over the de-
cisions on the war are presented vividly an.! v jth
sympathy To my mind the authors make too much
of the argument that Johnson inherited the Vl< tnain
mess from Kennedy


s al led
00) DuPage <
- a-hei unless Uncle Sam cai et
lhal Negroes broughl in to work cm and at I
.t will not be discriminated against when the)
'ii -c hunting
This throws a lot Of Illinois leaders into .,
It inspires (;,,v OttO Kei tier to plead with leaders Ol
some To suburban communities west oi Chicago la
tiv to end housing discrimination pronto It gr.es
the new Illinois senator. Charles Percy, a wide
Chance to prove whether he can haul his conserva
live followers into the late 20th centur) b) pei
them to help end housing discrimination
And it confront-.... Sei Everett McKinle) Dil
with the oideal of deciding either t.> resume his
as lend knight ol a filubuster against iusiim
pping that nonsense so tha- I
cent Lincoln Da) oration will square with his u
havior cm the Senate flooi
it is a grim commentary en the gap between
America's promise and America's lack of fulfillment
when we have to have the prospect ot stufling
peoples poekeu lull ol government money that
comes wrth producing and operating an atom
her m order to make men and women deal
honorably with dark skinned Americans. (iov
Keinei\ well-intentioned efforts to speed up love
oi nei hboi are reminiscent ot the action of ., re
cent Governor of Rhode Island who. when that til
state ran up against evidence's of acute- gibotry, di-
ed an "Emergenc) Brotherhood Week
HOW Ion:; -hall we permit ourselves to look so
foolish?
When will we learn '" quit babying ourselvi
with the aspirin) adualism as the cure foi
J pra< lices How many time- i
eitati i prejudiced home owners alii
ded that when ihe creators ol the preamble to
the ( onstitution wrote ot promoting the general
wi fare and securini the blessings of liberty, th
intended that statement ol purpose to apply to all
and no- favored few
I'n -i lent Johnson, in his new Civil Bights i
recommended the adoption of a national
i ilic) against discrimination in housing on ai
"' '"' "| religion, or national origin He has
pointed out that "the r.sult of counties, individual
acts ot discrimination is the spawning oi urban
las, where housing is inferior, overcrowded and too
often overpriced He has written into his me
Ihe ri thai almost twice as many n.mvvhil -
as white- occupy deteriorating or dilapidated hous-
ing overcrowded as compared with 11 5 per cent for
the nation as a whole
Capitol Spotlight:
BUBJ of your friends there may not I..
old man begged the Postmaster General
charge ot phones, for an instrument so he
from hi* childien on his 80th birthday cm i... birthea*-
phone was installed. He not hi maxal Iov calls But
e\t day. the phone was taken out. and bt .
he d have to wait his turn.
The new Israeli Postmaster General, by thi wat
the first Yemenite to be in the cabinet Mi
Ik- created i oration on takiaj office b) phot
ber of Israe'i.s at random and asking them bow I
their telephone service Some vcie- too I
personall) to a cabinet minister to I-
Others told him ofl bul good
Then two telephone books in i- .
other in Engli h i hi e

le in thi Israeli pi
So. get
thi

hi. h ti ,e;
Between You und Me: By BORIS SMOLAR
The Black Jews
THE BLACK It : !!
' community ol colored |
who practice' Judaism and ,
that then anccstoi were El h
Jews are finally winni-
i ition on the- part of the I
Synagogue Ol America Cl
body ot the Conservative
gogues The congregations ol the
PiacK .lews have long sought identification witl
Jewish people outside of their own community \
the United Synagogue Of America has indicate,
they would Ih- acceptable f,.r membership in
ganized Conservative Judaism if they met stai
Conservative requirements for admission
The reason why they faced difficulties
now was not because the-ir members wen I
people but because there was doubt as to their Jl
ish origin The) were in the- same position ;,s
Bene Israel seel from India are in Israel, when
rabbinate questions their Jewish origin The ;
lews in New \'.>ik have their .mi: synagogues i
- i> services on Friday nights and Satui
call up the members of then ations
:. and cell brate all Jewish holiday
in the:, own way
During the- -. they i
their heads with yarmulkes recite the prayer v
i services with the Kaddish
Vd in I Uai
on us.d by i;, formed Ji wi Oi
' "''< ,,;' unal Bedei
ll|v' How their rabbi in reading the II
dah. have- then children ask the "four quest
at the Seder and hold Jewish religious servici
;l"'" lies ekn :r the entile PasaOVl
The) Hi brew as the I ord's
i lai : oken in the street. .
it that they are- strickly kosher in the,:
The) are eager to send their children to Hi
schools and yeshivas, and they maintain theil
evening courses with their rabbis teaching ->.-
iy Hebrew Jewish history and other subject
h learning Host oi them work in semiskil
occupations, hut some of them have skilled I:.
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
Military Power Balance for Mideast
A S|DE ASPECT emerging from the
Viet Nam preocupation is thai the
so-called "Hawks" in Congress are more
solidly COmmlted 10 an Israel \i; I.
quo based on a military powei
The Dove- sympathize
Israel defense but are ii
'ns control, negotiations .
peace- formula for the- Near Bast
Most advocates ol peace in Viel Nam. like Senators
Wayne Morse and Ernest Grue. srdenl supporters
Of Israel But they and Othei Doves mc ,,,. sense m ,
pofac, which is a,,,,, e .hipped simultaneous!) to
Arabs and Israeli, while Russia supplies other Arabs
Doves a,,- beginning to apply to the Near East the basic
elements oi their Viel Nam peace philosophy
Thi would like to see so,e kind of American
Soviet .ccord U> limil arm. shipments to the N,-a, K
'"' -'"";" new initiatives from Unerican diplomat
States should use ail It, Ingenuity to preclude Viel Nan,
style eruption in the Neai Bast
''"' Dreve>t've me .,.atll, f ,
DUC,ew "- *d by the United St.",Zdlhl
soviet Union, joint limitation of conventioi *hip
nients. and an end ol appeasement ol \
at the United Nations and m American policies
Just as they oppose e-sealation of the conflict in V'l
Nam. the Doves aie troubled by IS arms shipment, to
-be Neat Baal They contend thai it Is vicious cycle i11
r aims into Jordan and Saudi \ bia while Moscow
tends weapons to Syria and Egypt Israeli made the
innocent bystander tore,| to -Ham he! bu>
balancing arms
The Doves maintain that America, despite \ '-'' N
i^ now in a better situation to deal with Russia about
\iab i-raei Impasse The Russians are deeply troubled by
Communist China. They want no war in the Near East
Peking is anxious for a diversionary conflict aim,
Israel by Arab "liberation" elements Such a conflict
would have- as its real objective the creation ol an Anu-ii
cm Soviet confrontation in the Near East
Doves feel today's climate presents the- best chance
since- the Sue/ conflict of 1B56. and possibly since Israel's
birth in 1948. to gain a measure of tacit Russian
operation in encouraging Arab-Israeli peace They
plain that little or notMog is being done to take ad
vantage of the new atmosphere.


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LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE1
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT |
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTV. FLORIDA
No. 67 4010
notice of suit
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
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IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTV, FLORIDA
No. 67 3S40
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
J."i is SCHWARTZ,
Plaintiff,
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Clerk of Clroalt Court
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IN THE COUNTV JUDGES COURT
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ORDER OF PUBLICATION
In UK
Adoption "f
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Attorney a f'-r Admlnlatratrlx
1.-Hi Alnaley Bid*., Miami, KU.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
VOTICK 1- 111 i:i:i'V OIVKN that
ii. undendirni d, di -1 na
1 husim.-- under the Dctltloua name
of I'liI'l.TnX ItBAI.TY, ..! 1LI S.W.
i7-h Terrace. Mliiml, Intenda reft-
i-:.-r sa..l name with the Clerk of
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1 3 10-17-14-31
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIOA. IN PROBATE
No 74174.B
In RK I'-'.,',- .,1
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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thi : IDA M.TSCHl'l 1 .i 1:
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County, and file the Kami n dup
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Klorlda statute* In their nffloi
the Count) Courthi 1 11I1 Co in-
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LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICK OH HERKHT C.IVKN that
the 1111.Nr.-lKi1.il. dealrlnic.to emcaKf
in hualneaa undei the flctltlooa name
..f TROPICAL I'AUAi'lsi:. at
N \v South River Drive, Miami,
Florida, Intenda t" rtaflater aald name
iiii 111^ Clerk of ihe Circuit I
of Dade Couaty, FlorloA.
ADVBNTURK as.SihIATK'.s. INC.,
., 1 1,.1 Ma Corporation
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3,10-17-24-31
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
No. 67 4536
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 67 2235
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RK; ADOPTION 'r'
RAYMOND HAY HALL
TO ITNKNOW N I' VRENTS "F
RAYMOND RAT HALL
Il ana .^ n aldenci< nnkii" n
Yin AUK HEREin SOTIFIED
th.it .1 Petition ha- bei n I i1- .1 I
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.,1 II WMON'li HAY HALL You 1
heret required t>. aarve .1 cop) ol
your anawar or objectlona i.. how
..ii.-. mIh .i.t Petition -li.ul.i noi be
I ..n WALTKK B LB8< >Vi II/.,
Attorne) for !' lltlonera, al 70i
Ptreet, Miami Beach, Florida, and file
th.- orlslnaj In the aald offl.....f tba
Clerk ..1 'in ''i' nt Court on 01 hi font
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adoption on .1 heartna on P I
April 7. IWi. 11:45 I.M., 1
the lT..ni.r:il,l.. JOHN .1. KEHOR, Clr-
.-nit Court Judge or ..- anon thcre-
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WITNKSS MY HAND AND si: M,
ol the Mid Court .it Miami, Florida
thi* 7ih ii..v of March,
I' It LI. A THKUMAN
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WAREHOUSEMAN S SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY '.l\ I :.N that
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ACK-R II VAN LINKS, INC.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
No. 67 2225
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No 74302-C
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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1 _l-31 4
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IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 73876
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No. 67- 3607
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 67- 361a
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Pace 16-A
+Jc*itf Heritor
Friday. Mod:
ttt
College Doesn t Affect Youth's Faith
tuch TVOtttrs *s
seoel OCtrrtieS.~
'ch.,- -
nfw yowc rra \ -
jent? of college itudsafi do noc
ad thetr n lie* i beLefs *:'fcte-2
fey higher edacataoe. bat about
peraer.t bare reported that a eo-
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beliefs Out they had held the
taac the? catered college .: aaa
ee* after a aar
at Brwttm CoJri-
The college part of the Citj '
cnJtj f lira Tart aai -a
jonty of stadenu who are Jewish.
Of the 2.471 students potted a the
aarvej To pe:
pereeat Carbobc aad 2 perceat Pro-
total oaderxradaate
,- the -*-
THe twr-*ey kad beef
by Hifktfi h. aaaaaA aeon of s*v-
inH. eawdvesed Or evrsrendino.
students who Hod hod areviavs
tiHrnnu in doing survey* on
i.C4tni. style of Irfe ond a>
hujeaa, ana was complied by
P-e< Arcfcw MocGreaer ass of students. The resorts
: : ""
nested sasd 'heir eoilege education
at affected their concern with
pea* oaeatsorw However 20
.-?parted that tb*
education had caused
beliefs that they had held upon en-
re and. tnis
group, the nature and existence
. : De the largest
:er of once:
2 No increased concern arid
hgjous question- had been found
amor.; *?: pcrcaal '. the '-
students questioner 55 7 percent
of the Protestants, and 5". 9 per
-A the Call
3 Questions reJatha] to the ef
fects of religion on dating and a:
had thai hile the
majority of *uder.t would date
sooieone outside then
leas than half had ever done so
More than 86 percent said they
would not convert to the religion of
their mates.
Prof. MecGreoor Mid the fig-
ures showed that 74 percent of
Holiday Weekend
At Beth Sholom
. il Teaiaai Beth
Sholom *ith the 7 pm
ng of the Meziilah on Satur
da;- followed b) I Mod
Punm Dance for 'he students of
the High
Department
Th' m Temple Youth
held th< da] par-
It. nder-
. lent*
parade
The committee in charge
n festivities was under the
enainaaradbta of Mrs Allan Wilson,
rhood vice presient of school
parent relations
Cardinal Bea
Believes Catholic
Ties Growing
Continued from Peee 1-A
Christians going bock so many
centuries."
liscussions between I
and Cataotarl on facial issue* M
well as in th* fiHrl of Plllglaal un-
ending are "dcairabai the
cardinal staled Such discussions.
be said, would also help to work
out common points of view on
questions of state aid to education
and on textbooks.
He approved the examination of
parochial school textbooks being
carried on now at Pro Deo Uai-
vertity't Leonard Sperry Center
her*, and at Louvain University in
Belgium
s everted favored the
of a course on corwporotre
a* BVeeAn/n College and
5* pe^een* sad Hsey *ovtd take
sucn a cat.-"so if it
Loss than 25
as offered.
of the stv-
GeceraUy. Prof M^
the surrey -hawed
0>nts ooi'ed to*d that the.r re- ,_. ___._______
desrt s academic ave
a**-* beliefs or pfcilosopn.es nod .^ nMlhoo4 & h
hod "very mwch" iwflwowca oe> fixed rehgi.
9 i-c


This is Richard.
Richard is concerned about
sliding interest rates.
We can guarantee him
5% per year for 3 years.
Open our door, Richard.

P :-a? l-i--s a oor T1- -terest rates
r z-x go oovvn And tra*. s-a,e$ h m -c.
But "e can : oe certa aoc.: tf -e can.
But l lhat Mas
have bee- s 2 -3 z.er tf-e p :
Ara -e Aa-ts to <"ca e>a:: ..
Petax. R chard
T"e L'"ited Ba--" '3 Sr< gja-a--
bsi on 3 yaar bank sa\ at's
:5%p-e
And rxi as 1 Rla as a S2' 54 nirnum zee:-. -
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tie! ': afoie the storm (of si that was the Be-
e oi events last Sunday morning v. hen Bay Terrace re-
nte came out en masse for a break! a I -h ill of the
Comh.ned Jewish Appeal, and pledoed. 42 percent more than
had raised in last year'r, CIA drive. In add tion to Morton
: : mqements chairman, Lou ichman. and co-
nen, F (ward S hachman end Dcvid Emmet 74 oth<-r Bay
e residents wie in attendance at the CIA gathering.
Brandei Dean Slated
For Westview Dinner
ee Q Berg< r dean >>( unl-
wrsitj planning at Brandeis tin
v. rsit\. will he a guest of honor at
al \ i ates dinnei dance
Greai Miami Brandt ;-
i i :: Satin la> Apr. 8
i r- nee scheduled for
Westview Country Club at h
i iil be preceded bj a rccep
"i
Dean Berger has been associ-
ated with Brandeis University
sinc its founding in 1948, when
he came to the university to
serve as executive assistant to
Pres dent Abram L. Sachar. In
155, he became dean of univer-
sity administration, and in 1960,
dean of university planning.
He i-i eived Bn Al' d<-wi from
Harvard College m 1933, and an
MA degree from Harvard L'nivei
1939 Ho aubsequentl) sen
til 1937 m a tutor and assisi
sociology ;'. Harvard Durum
-..: s .it Brandeis, he has ei ved
u .i lecturei in social science
19 6 Dean Berger became
irch fellow with the Social
Research Council and in
i r in' was appointed state direc
t"i of education and guidance, Na
"S"<>niti Administration for
achusetta Between 1941 and
he was regioi al director "f
Of AM ClARlNCt BISGW
research for the NY A In the area
revering New England, New York
City, and New York s*'
From 1943 to 1947, Dean B( I
was education director for the New
England Region, Anti Defamation
Lea iu\ and until 1948, he was a
Confined on rage 1C-B
Beth David Gift Shop staff prepare for Passover Workshop to
be held on Tuesday. 8 p.m.. at the South Dade School, 7500
SW 120th St. The workshop will be conducted by Rabbi Sol
Landau and Cantor William W. Lipson, and is open to parents
who want to learn how to conduct a Seder or need a "re-
fresher" course. Left to right are Mrs. Albert Leibow. Mrs.
Elliott Witkind, and Mrs. Maurice Daun.
*3ewish Floridian
Miami, Florida, Friday, March 31. 1967
Section 5
Reform Leader Will Speak
Before UAHC Meeting Here
Irvin Fane, chairman of th-
taard of the i nion ol American
Hebrew I oi n ations, has accept
ed an invitation <> speak at the
annual South Florida Reform
' r on Apr. 15
Bl al w untrj Club.
In announcing Fane's accepl
ance, general chairman, James M
\Iberf said thai "The appearance
in our area of the leading layman
in the American Reform Jewish
movement Is a tribute to the im-
portance placed on the strength of
the South Florida synagogue in
building the cause of liberal Ju-
daism
Albert declared that "Fane is
more than a dynamic speaker
who can captivate an audience.
He represents the essence of lay
participation in the relvjious life
of our country, and I know he
will be present at the Appeal
dinner at the Westview Country
Club on Apr. 15."
IffVIN fANt
A native of Texas I
: law in Kansas < it;
19 y* and is now sei
partner in i ne if thai
-' firms He serves on man)
c, charitable a i
''ii al I tan and has been rx
commissii
The late President Kennedy
pointed him to membership oi
administrative conference u
studied all administrative a !en< -
of the executive department
suggested improvements
He now setves on a IS men
legal advisorj committee to the
Federal Power Commission
One of the founders of the Jew -
ish Welfare Federation in Kai
City, Fane has been a leader >|
the Jewish Community Center
and. for five years, president of
Temple B'nai Jehudah, one of the
largest Reform congregations in
the country.
it re
c order
. thi.it nc\cr feraets
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TO LEAVE 'EM LAUGHING ON SUNDAY
Members of he 1967 Combined Jewish Appeal campaign
cabinet gather in CJA's offices for a quick lunch, and the as-
signment of unsolicited pledqe cards. In attendance were the
two associate chairmen of the CIA drive, Norton Pallot (left)
and George Talianofi (center), and the co-chairman of the
Trades and Professions Division. Robert Russell, (riaht). The
campaign cabinet is making a big push in the final weeks
of the campaign to reach as many potential CIA contributors
as possible.
Mountain Lake Varied Program
For an unforgettable summer
.I fun and adventure, Mountain
i.ike Camp in Henderaonville,
\ C, offers a balanced program
for boys and ^uis.
\ selective camping institution,
situated on their own SB acre Drl-
..,[. lake la only areeptinv' enroll-
' of 150 boy- and 150 girls be
twe< n the agea of 5 and it;
High on their activities list are
-ports, which are enhanced
their two Olympic-sized swim
pools and wat pro
sports it- dra
ind social dai i i also
ies list
\ dimmer camp first was
ii Moui tail l Ice last sum
with the Installation of an
ane -lot car rat ing tra<
- i- Included in the acti\ ities
ind available to enthusiasts
during optional periods at no ex
charge,
["rue adventures and real camp
trips by canoe, horseback, hik
ii 'I motoring are offered to
the geographic horizons ol
snipers
S irrounded by the Smokies and
RidgO Mountains. Mountain
Sam Levenson at Beth Am
Lake is located in the heart of a
rich area both scenically and his
torically
Many interesting trips to out-
standing attractions jn Western
North Carolina are high sjwits of
the camper's summer
For complete information in Mi
ami area, call Martin Levine, exe
rutive director, phone B66-3043 or
hm 4721 or write direct. 1801
Cleveland Hd Miami Beach
Hospital Women
In District Meet
Mrs Yale N Le\in' idont
of the Mount
Auxiliary, and Smith District i
for the Florida ll is
Auxiliaries, announced that the
annual South District meeting will
be held at tin B Hotel on
Wednesday, Apr 9
The t<"-;i Raton Community Hos
pital will host the day long meet
Ing with Mrs George Roy, of that
hospital, as general chairman.
Workshop-, problem clinics and
talks pertaining to Ihe role "t the
Auxiliary in hospitals will comprise
the program
Temple Beth Am Forum will
present its third speaker in its
Spring lecture series. Sam I.even-
son. well-known humorist, at the
Temple on Sunday at 8:30 p.m.
Levenson is a native New
Yorker. He and his six brothers
and one sister were raised in a
closely-knit family group. It was
the warm, human relationship of
his big family that has provided
Levenson with most of his hu-
morous material.
After graduation from Brooklyn
College with a B.\ degree, he went
on to gel an MA from Columbia.
He then taughl Spanish at Samuel
lilden Huh School in Brooklyn
for ten years Me also spent five
years as .i guidance counselor.
When he graduated from college,
in the midst of the depression, he
didn't receive his diploma because
he couldn't afford the SI 78 fee It
wasn't until 23 years later that he
did receive the certificate "for
free.'' w hen he was cited as 'Brook
1 lyn College Man of the Year."
His career as a humorist got
started as a result of humorous
notes he used to drop on the
tion, and by 1048. he tonnd himsc I
with an Income of S3.072 in oi
year as a teacher, and $15,000 -
a comedian I.e\enson became
nationally-known personality I
later as a result of an appearanc
on the Kd Sullivan Show
SAM ItVtNSON
desks of his fellow-teachers and
the monologues he delivered at
lunch. Soon he was making ap-
pearances at parties and other
social functions for five dollars
an engagement.
His income grew with his reputa-
American Savings
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American Savings and Loan \-
SOCiation of Miami Beach .
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American Savings will continue
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Loan Bank is r< ached
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tinue to pa) 4-. percent "ii pass-
book savings accounts
American Savings' policy, as
stated in a message from the u
StitUtion's president, is that it will
keep faith with its savings CUS
tomers by steadfastly adhering to
a stable rate of dividend and to
a dependable time of payment- W
have never lowered the dividend
rate, once increased, nor havi wi
changed from regular qua
payments once begun
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Temple Israel 2 Million Push
For 'Renewal' of its Facilities
Temple Israel of Greater Miami
week announced a S2 it.
renewal campaign to add to its a-
i--ting $2,000 000 physical facilities
in downtown Miami
Designed to match the spiritual
growth of the congregation ac
cording to President Sam Luby. Sr.
the building program includes the
immediate construction of a 330-
seat chapel, a two-story Center for
Advanced Jewish Studies and reno-
vation of the Morns D Wolfsoo
Auditorium, all to be completed
within the year On the planning
boards is a 2.800 seat Sanctuary
which will be -the largest audto
num in Dad* County outside of
Miami Beach.
Luhy i\tn*4 Nathan S. Gume-
iwcfc, Miami Beach and Rich-
nnd. Va., builder, at aeneraJ
chairman of the campaign. Jo-
seph A. Garfseid. Coral Cable*
financier, campaign manager;
and William D. Singer, civic lead-
er. Advisory fteard chairman.
Dr Joseph R Karat, senior rabbi
of the 45-yearold Reform Jewish
congregation, hailed the decision of
the lay leadership as one which
will provide the physical facilities
to match the religious, educational
and cultural program of Temple
Israel, which has outgrown its
present space The spiritual viabili-
ty of Judaism is confirmed in the
determination to continue building
for the future, just as our pioneers
built so well in the past."
Luby pointed out that the de-
cision to expand on the present site
came after 18 months of study by
a committee headed by Royal
Castle president Lawrence E Sing
er. and that one of the considera-
tions was Temple Israel unique
role in Greater Miami because of
its midtown location '
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The scarcity ef centretry-
leceted institutional facilities m
or community is illustrated by
the regular use of Tempi* Israel
by many non-Jewish as well at
Jewish organizations. K.
Ir. addition. Operation Headstart
and a day nurery for the neigh-
borhood children are in daily oper
ation. as our further contribution
to the secular as well as religious
life of Dade County and South
Florida "
Kenneth Treister and Michael
Simonhoff. both young local archi-
tects who were confirmed at Tem-
ple brad, are designing the Chanel
and Center for Jewish Studies, re
spectively
Convalescent Home Dinner
To Honor Fines, Zilbert
A star-studded show, with music
by Sam Lane and his Orchestra.
wilJ highlight the Jewish Convales-
cent Home of South Florida's
fourth annual New Horizons din
ner this Saturday evening Scene
of the gala affair will be the Grand
Ballroom of the Fontainebleau
Hotel
Honorees for the evening will be
Margaret and Abe C. Fine, and
Leonard Zilbert.
The Jewish Convalescent
Home's new building, which will
be dedicated early in May, has
boon named the Margaret and
A C. Fine Nursing and Rehabi-
litation Pavilion in tribute to the
rouole's "ddictit -H nhilan-
threpy to the institution."
ZUbert. who also sc:ves as
chairman of the Home's board of
directors, will be the recipient of
the institution's annual Man of
the Year'' award
Close to 1.000 persons are ex-
pected to attend the huge affair,
according to Emanuel Tepper.
executive chairman of the dinner
The Jewnsh Convalescent Home,
which was founded nine >ears ago.
u South Florida's only community-
supoorted kosher convalescent
home
The institution's new four-story
building, which is now in the fin-
ishing stages of construction, will
be ready for occupancy early in
May. It will be equipped with the
latest geriatric medical and thera
peutic facilities
t or you who deserve the best
offers superb catering
in sumptuous settings.
DORAL MOTEL ONTHE OCEAN
DORAL HOTEL COUNTRY CLUB MIAMI
TELEPHONE MR OAVIO KOVAC 532-36O0

Annual Banquet
To Include Show
Annual celebration banquet of
Temple Menorah will be held at the
Deauviile Hotel on S-mday night
according to Leonard Rosen, presi-
dent
The affair will honor Sisterhood
members who are top fund ra
with Mrs E-sie Wolf, chairman an
nouncing the winners Sam Malow
will participate in a special cere
mony honoring the leadership of
the temple.
Al Sherman will serve as toast-
master of the evening and intro
duce Rabbi Mayer Abramowiu and
Cantor Nico Feldman in a special
musical dialogue entitled "Know
Your Heritage "
Following dinner, the Deauviile
show starring Wayne Newton will
be presented
Irwir. Christ* Grves Talk
"The Oldest Synagogue in the
1 New World was the subject;
of a recent talk by City Commis
sioner Irwm G Christie at a break
fast meeting of Temple Zamora
Brotherhood on Sunday in the
temple social hall.
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The Carillon Hotel will be th.
setting for the 9 p.m. Saturday
dance sponsored by the B'r.ai
Rnth Social Singles.
for Your Outstanding
Social Events
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ring pcrr.-dies of ponu'ar songs in tribute to the "Four
n Sis'erhocd Has Chosen" at the Four-Leaf Clover Lun-
chern on Mar. 15 at the Doral Beach Hotel are left to right
Mil Stciilev Arkin. Mrs. Walter Lebowitzs, Mrs. Robert
Sor erstein. Mrs. Harry B. Smith and Mrs. Norman Arkin. The
luncheon was attended by 350 women. Mrs. Harvey E. Kramer
was. rhairman, and Mrs. E. Fax Kesselman was co-chairman.
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Sometime resident and fre-
quent visitor, the former Karole
Karlan briefly abandoned spouse
Konakf V> >rkman in the snowy
no it:, while she enjoyed a 10-day
:>- from her chores as teacher
at PS 15 '. Houseguesting with
bci aunt. Mrs Howard Grove,
and sunnirg at their Eden Roc
1 BbaiM, the end of the holiday
will see Karole returning to her
home, in New Rochelle.
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Arriving with son Ronny and
e ehihuahua. Runny and Dick
w, of Searsdale. NY., are on
tht Gold i >at for the first time
'.en pears In between
e have been several tups
abroad, ai : combining business
isurv. Pick, a veep with
Ku.-n 1-odOj frequently is able to
ha\ hii"."fatni!> join him on his
travels,-tftp most recent taking
tin mi arjMtj country to San Fran-
< i, up to Vancouver, and bacs
ss iLe tJ S again In ad-
dition to the sun and
t-eeing the Solowi have
been spending as much time as
po ible with Miami Beachitea,
t Halt.e Solomon, of the
Prince Michael Hotel, and Lewis
l.evin, an Uncle, who resides at
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Worth mentioning: with a last
name like Solow. 12 year-old
Ronny. sixth grader, and de-
votee of TV program. The Man j
From UNCLE.," came up with
the perfect name for his tiny-
black and white pet "Napo-.
leon*!!'
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Rabbi and Mrs. Tibor H. Stern ;
have jut returned from Seattle.
Washngton, where they attended
the bris of new grandson. Michael
Jacob, bocn Mar. 12 to the former
Joyce Stern and Rabbi Ahan Ge-
nauer The newcomer joins
sisters. Shira, 2 1/2. and Julie
Esther, 15 month's The cere-
mony is in honor on Mai 19
was held in the synagogue which
his paternal grandfather. Ben
Genauer, serves as president .
The Senior Genauers are mem
ben of a pioneer Seattle fam.'>
Identified with practically every
activity ot the Jewish commu-
nity there
The Rivo Alto Island home cl
the Joseph Pardos was a beehive
of activity last weekend, most of
it centering on daughter Alissa'j
i..i- uuuvati on Saturday morning
Continued on P9 11-B
Bruce
JWV Joint
retaliation
Tuesday
Norman Bruce Brown Post. Jew-
ish War Veterans, and I.adies Aux-
iliary, will hold a joint installation
on Tuesday. 8 p.m., at Pvthian Hall,
4601 W. Flagler St.
Officers to be installed are com-
mander. William G. Samet; senior
vice commander. George If. Bern
stein: junior vice commander,
Theodore Gordon: judge advocate,
Ralph Rosofsky; surgeon. Dr. Frank
Greene: chief of staff. Harry I
Klein; adjutant. Dora N. Freed
man; quartermaster, Edwin L Fei
belman; chaplain, George Graham
Americanism officer, Edward Ave
don; inspector, Manuel N. Jacob
son; historian, Herman Goldstein
service officer, Alfred M. E. Mey
ers; insurance officer, Sol Koenigs
berg; civil defense officer. Abraham
J. Marcus, officer of the day, Sam
Srednick; liaison officer, Walter
Berger; trustee, Hy M. Morris.
Auxiliary officers to be installed
are president. Belle Swartz; senior
vice president, Sylvia Liebman;
junior vice president. Hannah Maid
man; recording secretary, Rose Ack
erman; corresponding secretary,
Syd Steinhardt; treasurer. Frieda
Feingold; chaplain, Kate Graham;
conductress, Gladys Becker; patri-
otic instructor. Blanche Marks; his-
torian, Anna Mink: guard. Eva
Taub. trustees. Madelein H. Alex-
ander. Edith H. Feibelman and
Esther II. Jacobs.
Mrs Edward I.evine. past presi-
dent. Department of Florida, La-
dies' Auxiliary, JWV, and Edwin L.
Feibelman, post quartermaster and
chaplain, Department of Florida,
are co-chairmen.
'eJewisli Floridli&ia
Friday. March 31. 1967
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Miami Beach Chapter, Women's Division, American Society
for Technion. holds its recent annual life member and life
trustee luncheon at the Algiers Hotel. Left to right are Mes-
dames Sophie Van Teslaar. Maurice Hertz. Trudy Hamersch-
lag, chairman oi the day. Ben Arnold, and Fannie Goldberg.
Mrs. Dorothy Krieger Fink, education chairman, discussed
Technion. Program chairman was Mrs. Nan Cohen, who in-
troduced Mrs. Henry Balaban. Not shown are Mesdames Sam
Blank. June Brustein. Leonard Rosen, Seymour Silverman and
Herman Howard.
Parent-Teen Talk Apr. 9
Special stimulating program in-
volving teenagers and their parents
discussing problems facing fan-.i
lies oday will take place at the
Central "V," 8500 SW 8th St.. Sun
day. Apr 9. from 1 to 4 p.m.
The discussion is entitled "Van
We Communicate"'' Parents and
their teen children are invited to
attend and participate in the dia
logue.
The special program is under the
supervision of Mrs. Jack Baum
chairman of the senior high adult
committee. Dr. and Mrs. Stan Eder,
Mrs. Geri sands. Mrs. Hope Abram-
son. Mrs. Jerome Denker, and Eu-
gene Bass.
The "ParentTeen Talk" is ihe
idea of the teen-agers themselves
and a result of their discussions at
the "Y" teen conclave held last
Dec. 4. when hundreds of senior
hijih school boys and girls from
various sections of Dade County
met to study vital questions of the
day
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Friday. March 31. 1967
Anshe Ernes Cites
Irving Sperling
I ere Mrs. Sanicra Freed, president; v.ce president. Mrs. Morgan Levy, decora-
Mrs. Mama Gubenncr... chairman; Mrs. :.:.-.;. Mrs. Sidney Harr.s decorations. They
HflBTV 1-oow. co-cha^rr.ar.. Mrs. Herman a:e planning the Lorber Chapter event Tues-
Pon ..ce pres.dent. Mrs. Stuai: Shapiro, day.
Lorber Chapter
Fashion Event
At King's Bay
Tuesda> .pter
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Bay \ nd Country Club.
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rber Chapter earmarks
funds, f'.r the aid of intra.
asthmatic* from Dade County, plus
the support of tht- world's onl) re-
search institute for asthma and re-
lated allergie*
Irving S ,;; be the hon-
orea .it a social
sponsored b- .V -.<
Coics or. Sunday at 7 p m.
To be cited for ur.-elfish de-
half of Spot I
came to this cou
in 1921 anu Yookers,
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During his yean there, he or-
ganized the Spirit of Israel
Yonkers and served a ;
for eight termv He also served 10
terms a- president of the Samuel
J. Tilden Democratic Club, an
head of the painliafl and sign de
part men t for several years in
Mayor .!"-e;>h F Loehr.
On commu to Miami in 1945. dent for three terms, and .
Sperling continued hi> activities in honorary president
Jewish affair> and ua- among hMM He kl also a member ol i
aers of the ImeUtC Ccntei He B'rith Shlem lodge, and ol M
ed the tenter as vice presi ami F'nend>hip flub
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. ..acqua ere left N'.:
lb pres.der.t Mrs. Emcnuel Solinirk
Adolf Group Discusses Bible *<*** [,{ **
jaUon B nai Raphael adult
'"T"r*8ir -roup to b held at the
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Cantor Hinkes
Due at Michel's
Michel s Kosher Restaurant. 940
71st St.. Normandy Isle, announces
it has engaged the services of ("an
tor Seymour Hinkes. of Beth afoshe
-relation, to preside over and
conduct the Passover Sedonm.
Cantor Hinkes i~ j native Mi
amian and a graduate of Miami
Senior High School and the I'niver
-ity of Miami He has been trained
in voice development by Mme V
\ Kouley and Ladialav Vaid He
possesses a lyric baritone voice and
has served in a cantonal capacin
at Bet he Moshe Congregation for
three years
His cantonal teachers have been
William I.ipson. Nathan Zeichm i
and Bernard Kevaitin
Sedonum will be held at 8 pm.
Monday Apr 24. and Tuesday
Apr. 25
Michel s Kosher Restaurant will
also have pre Seder dinners with
food service for non Seder guests
between the hours of 4:30 and 7
pjn The balance of the Passover
period will have regular dinner
service between the hours ol 4:30
and 9:30 p m
Lasavin Gives Talk for Club
"Ac-had Haam. Zionist Theoriti-
cian." will be the subject of a talk
by Louis Lasavin before the David
I'inski Cultural Club on Friday
evening at 842 Washington Ave
Also on the program will a pro-
gram of Hebrew and Yiddish
music by Ben Yomen
The Biscayne
Terrace Hotel
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SPRING IS HERE
Gay little hats decked out with posies and
center pieces of fresh spring flowers with a fall
the Green Room of the Imperial House when Ani
ta (Mrs Joseph) Bernstein entertained her friends
at luncheon. It was ea>> to pick out the two gals
from Montreal. Canada, by their clipped British
accents They were Cynthia (Mrs. Marcel i
Bernstein Anita's sister-in law and house guest
.Hid Mrs. Jack Kushner Among quests were Mr.-.
Earl 1'erron. Mrs I S. Berlin. Mrs. living Mar
CU8, Mr- 1 Brink. Mrs Rubin Stone. Mrs. Cecil
Mom-. Mrs Joseph Michael. Mrs. Theodore
Levitt and another "Theodore," Mrs Theodore
Bramson. Prom the Green Room, guests carrying
Iheir little hat favors, went into the Red Room to
play cards.

ARE YOU THE BEST?
When Mikki (Mr- Morris) Futernick got a
phone call asking if she was the best baton
(wirier in the world, she answered "yes." Little
did she dream that her daughter had sung her
praises at school and that the call that she had
jusl taken was for her to -tint her stuff at the
PI A Talent Nigfal at Howard Klementary School.
She admitted that she was -cared to death be-
cause a few- years have passed since she twirled
at Miami High. But the clapping was loud enough
lor her to hear, led by her husband and daughter
Cathie. Mrs. Howard Trinz. and Mrs. Howard
Fisher and their daughters
aces
QUITE A MOUTHFUL
Jessie (Mrs. Samuel) Gertman and daughter,
Susy, were in town for a week, staving with the
Dr. Reuben Rochkinds. Je-sie w,i- heie to at
tend meetings. She is now in Washington DC.
where -he is grants review officer. Research and
Demonstration Grants Program, Administration
on Aging. Department of Health and Welfare.
'Whew') Having lunch at the Country Store with
friends, -he met Mrs. Erwin Karson and her
mother. Mrs. William Rosenthal, who were InniJ
ing to finish lunch SO thai they could get to
"Funny Girl" on time.

THEY DO
lucked into the corner of Ihe newspaper W88
a box with a message signed by Sol Silverman,
letting the world know that on their 45th wedding
anniversary he wanted to tell everyone what a
wonderful person his Mollie is (Old news Sol
everyone knows already.)
Mollie had a luncheon at the Algiers Hotel
just before the anniversary While Olga Bibor
Stern played the piano, and Shari (Mrs Law
rence) Silverman sang the Anniversary Waltz,"
the hotel presented Mollie with a cake. Among
guests were Mrs. Tobias Sussman. Mr- Louis
Glasser, Mrs. Ann Stein. Mrs Jacob Kntine. Mrs
Max Kat/. Mrs Abe Waldner. Mrs Fanny Broad.
Mr- Louis Witkin, Mrs. Bella Kozloff, Mrs
Charles Frucbtman, Mrs. Ben Hammerman. Mrs.
Gladys Israel, and Mrs. Ann Tanenbaum
Frances Lehman
ELECTIONS AND SERVICE VOLUNTEER AWARDS
Council Women to Meet
The April membership meetings
vt the Greater Miami Section. Na-
tional Coundl of Jewi-h Women,
list elections and service volunteer
awards on the agenda- Division
tings are scheduled for Wed-
i -day.
The Bay Division meeting at
Communit) Center will
with a 11:30 a m luncheon
iiness a| enda w ill include
.i ifiioers,
ons En

the Miat
- h ol i horal K
pn
thi 10 a
Coral Division, to be h 'Id
l 100 Mill) i Dr will
be a musical -kit. "Saluting Yolun
leers." Mrs Bernard Abel i- pre-
ident
Indian Creek noon lunch.....i will
be held at the Sea Isle Hotel I'nii
cipal speaker of the day will be
Mrs William Epstein Mrs Benja
mm Greene is president
Islands Division will meet al Id
a.m at I Ql te I ower- F'rcsii
Mi Ben llorow itz will I the
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With a smattering of languages, bul Aith ail of the
travel and language book-, a fonr-snifl car and an un-
quenchable deiire to see and learn what makes people
tick. Florence drove contentedly through the countryside
with the greatest of ease She likes the world as she finds
itand is always willing tc find it
JWV Aux. Donor Is Annual Affair
ne Frank Chapter of B'nai Highlight of the afternoon will
inth Women will hold its eighth be The Nobodys." a trio offering
nual donor luncheon on Tue- tongs, dances and comedy
da> Mar 28. at th<- Carillon Hotel President is Ifn Mot Miller
Lynne Durbin.
Jack Packar
On Honeymoon

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which held the full bouffant frer.ch
illusion veil
Gowned n -
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fJewisti fkr/dftrin
Pag9-B
Miss Saks Weds
Gary Tucker,
Law Student Here
I gown of candlelight
wed pearls, the former
exchanged mar
ith Garj Steven 1
' I at
H Max Lip
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M nd Mi G
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h and Mi
illej Shi era
it .. laboi al i s U ehn i
the Biscaynt School o! Medi-
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Si n i":: m honor attendants were
ela Tucker and Ronui Dia
Bridesmaids included Alvis
\aplan, Madeline Milder and An
I Mann
The bridegroom is the son of
Mr and Mrs. Hyman Tucker, of
hicago. He attended the Univer
ly of Illinois and Northern Ilh
University He earned a de-
i. .it the University of Miami
. ,! :- now attending John Mai
I .iw School in Chicago
an to the hridecroom was
stai '.< r. with Arthur Kap
Hichard Olivier) and Michael
- .,- ushers
newlywedl will live in
111.
E V I: 11 I.. k. ;
AIM. GARY TUCKER
Eleanor Miller Is
Mar. 5 Bride
Of Mr. Brikner
Follov g horn in
.' v m VI ind Mrs
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Da ind Mrs
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Mrs. A i-99th SI .
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held at the
Diplon .'. re a
reception followed the nuptials
r tin wedding, the bride se
lectcd a white chiffon gown with
lace appl que on thi n ckline,
sleeves and bottom oi the skirt A
matching headpiece completed the
ensemble, and she carried white
orchids Honor attendants were
Kind Coltun and Name Miller.
New Mrs Brikner is i graduate
of Miami Beach High and attend-
ed the University of Florida.
The bridegroom had Stephen
Miller as best man. Paul Matson
and Stephen Weaistein as ushers.
Rut!i Liebeskind
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I Mrs < 'a-1 Liebeskind
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Result i ntensh
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Temple Beth Tov Sisterhood I
holding a "Chai Leah" party and
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The Source* Is
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Temple Menoiah will present
Dr S T. Swirsky in a lecture en-
titled "The Rise of Sam"' as part
of the series based on "The
Source" on Tuesday evening.
Spiritual leader of Beth Jacob
Congregation. Dr. Swirsky is
teaching history at Miami-Dade
Junior College, and is working on
his doctorate in the same field at
the University of Chicago.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. spi-
I ritual leader of Temple Menorah.
, will introduce the guest speaker
for evening, and Nathaniel Click
man is serving as chairman.
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Friday. March 31 1967
?emple lero-
' bi dinner -:..
la^t wrtk ir .al Hall De
ated >- Member of the V> a:
! n* ;,h Krelet/
For the occa-ior Mn Krefetz
wore a figure molding mIIc leo-
pard print gown The decollete
a lame bow on
one shoulder with pannier-
the hemline, and the sheath
VM >;n to the k:
Mr* Sidr.e> I-aruer topped her
length yelkm and white *
quin sheath with a white ostrich
lir.ed -n yellow crepe Mr-
David Stuzir.'- lilver cage ^own
raj worn ner a silver crepe
-heath White and apple green
< orr.bined in the brocade gown
worn by Mr- Morris Blau A hi-'h
jewel neckline and Aline sil-
houette weer featured
the CULOTTE evening fown
Vil worn by Mr- Robert
Mann Her silk chiffon print wa-
pqrdominatel) in hot pink and
yellow and had the deoollcl
in back Mr- Klizar Greenstem-
white embowd gown had a
square cut neckline in both front
and back and narrow rolled
shoulder -trap- A wine colored
velvet gown wa- chosen by Mm
\lterman. featuring long
nd tip collar and a
\ ecklinc A narrow band of
satin embro 11 unmed
and w''
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. i im-
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Ice blui
of Mrs. John Turner. Her fowl
featured a beaded bodice
maitnir.g colored bugle bead-
and crystals

RABBI M nil Kipper ,:
lected a powder blue
-heath with a V neckline A
| colored satin stole wa-
rn with her gown White and
lime combined in the printed sa
tin chosen b\ Mrs Albert Jacob
son. Pink chiffon, in the tent sil-
houette, was the choice of Mr-
Victor Johnson. Mr- Marvin
Zuckerman's black sheer woo!
-heath had the jewel neckline A
two piece honey beige satin bro
cade was worn by Mrs Ed Miller
Mr- Julien Balogh topped he:
beige satin brocade with a floor
length matching coat
' hocolate brown silk crepe
trimmed with aquamarine was
the color combination cho-en by
Mr- Irving Schwartz A two piece
light green brocade was worn by
Mrs. Joe Fromkin. Mr- I.eo
I.andis wore a black chantilly
lace gown with a triple-tier of th<'
lace encircling the sheath sil-
houette An illusion neckline was
the conversation piece of the pink
chiffon gown worn by Mrs Jack
Carmel

MRS. VICTOR Beiter French
silk gown featured I -pla-h
print in ombre pink anil yellow
and
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and
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'Champagne Extra'
Set at Beth Sholom
By popular command
pagne Extra." a mu-icai cot
by Ignore Brooks and direct>
Leon Inger. will be rep.
the Temple Beth Sholom 1
on Saturday evening Apr 3
Temple Auditorium. 4144
\ according to an announce
the Brotherhood of Temple
by James S Knopke. president of
Sholom. under whose spa
the performance will be pte-
' The production made u-.-h a
hit when our Si-tcrhood pre-
it in February, that now our
Brotherhood is repeating it for the
benefit of those in our community
who missed it." declared Knopke
Knopke explained that the pro-
ceeds of the play will be ui
further the work of the youth ac
tivities program of the temple.
Champagne Extra" feature- a
large cast of Temple member
principals of which are
Sam Slavin. Dolores Wilson. Ja
met Knopke. Sam Rudt. John !; i
man. Camilio Rodriguez guest p- r
former recently appearing with tin-
Miami Opera Guildi. Joseph i'ardo.
Joseph Navel, Howard Hollander
Shirley Borer. Helene Hammer. Ri
ta Slander. Alice Lee. Muriel War
ren. Robert Turken. Priva Gold
man. Harvey Kramer Appearing
in the chorus are Salh Sheii-t
Dorothy Frankfeldt. Charlotte Vo
gel. Sylvia Davis. Stella Gordon
1'aul Warren. Allen Cur.ion. Nit
tie Goldstein
Solve Passover Cooking Chore
Al in the l'i-' sevi I. ;> in -
tinental Caterers of Miami. BU'j.'i
Bird K'l a unique
J'a--ov i jei
"i ou < ir he Sedei in your
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and !'' Continental do all the i oik
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edei i..' nu
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All foods are strictly Kosher
for Passover In addition, for the
first time, Continental Caterers
offers a fun line of Morrison and
Schiff products from Boston, also
strictly Kother for Passover un-
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Joseph D. Soloveitchik.
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you to cooperate by placing >our
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Brandeis Dean
Will Address
Miami Dinner
Continued from Page IB
-i-tant national director in the
capacit\ for the U I
Dei of Human Be
havio m "Amei
"Journa
Sociolog> and S' I Re ...
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A local unit of the Associates
the "foster alumni" of Bran-
deis the Greater Miami Bran-
deis Club inaugurated the dinner
to aid in augmenting its member-
ship, to bolster its relationship
with current membership and to
expose potential new club mem-
bers to the university.
Brandeis University, located on
the outskirts of Waltham, Mass
in the Greater Bo-ton academit or
cult, opened it- doors in n48 To
day, it has 2 504 students and 852
facultj and offers graduate d<
in 20 departments
Rehearsing lor "Champagne Extra" at Temple Beth Sholom
on Apr. 8 are Muriel Warren, Bobby Turket, Alice Lee and
Howard Hollandei
Arkin Elected
Federal Director
I. Jules Arkin. active in civic
and fraternal affair-, and a part
ner in the law firm of Meyer.
Wens. Rose and Arkin has been
elected a director of Miami Beach
Federal .Sawn;;.- and Loan A--<-
ciation His election was an
nounccd bj chairman. Mitchell
Wolf-on. following a board meet-
ing Mar 14
Arkin i- immediate past presi-
dent <>f the Miami Beach Kiwanis
Club and a member of its hoard,
trea.-urer of the sustaining Board
.i Ke!los of Mt Sinai Hospital,
and chairman of the Lawyers Di-
vision of the 1!*67 < ombined Je"
i.-h Appeal.
lie i> chairman of the City of
Miami Beach Social Services Ad-
visory Board, second vice pre-i
dent and a member of the board
of governors of Miami Beach
Chamber of Commerce, chairman
of the Federation >> ldg< Study
ommittee. and a mi
Sholom
Mr and Mi their
25< N till
lir Miami !
Weinsfeiii Eyes Council
Bead)
l I v.
.") foi t four years, ha- an-
nounced that he i- a candidate tdi
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!i sholom Among the
relatives and friends here
the ceremony and dinner
!iu.i eveettap at the Fon
leau ware Mr. and Mrs
Kaminsk) and son SU
,l Mi- Michael H AJvin ami
I 111 two. Wendy and Nancv. Mr
Ira w ailace Prince, Mr and
Mi Morris Shear. Dr and Mis.
'.lido and -on Ira, all New
is
Judy Kaminsky. pic-- -rent
arj < Mrs. Jennie Groaainger, in
-, Beach recently as guest <(
S, Mr. and Mrs. David Pry
\l-ii visiting, Mrs. Barbara
le\, of Detroit. Mrs Dry s
Attending all the fesli
of "Dodjertown." highlight
oi the week for the baaaball
was the Loa Angeles
r Tokyo Giant Game
i. i- ig in to join the party. Leon
Picon, of the State Department,
; assi-tant to the Scciet.ii>
Educational and Cultural Af
route to Nassau, Beat h le
i Sampson, of 740 W 51st
anned three to four days of
ing and sightseeing on that
t fni tropical isle
*
i nothing more serious on
iiikI than shampooinu her
Diana ZuCCa taken complete
surprise when the Emer>
i lull Crowded into her studio
eek and serenaded her with
ur song, "I Love Life."
perennial favorite The 40
young men and their conductor
"from Atlanta. Ga passing
through Miami on their way to
pcrfoimances around the OOUOtry,
couldn't reslsl the chance to paj
their respects to one ol theii [a
vorite comnosers
* *
Leaving soon for an extern
trip through Europe and a
lengthy Stay in Israel are Mr and
Mr- Irving .1 Reissman, of Surl
-ide Letting the popular
couple know how much they'll he
missed, members of AgudatL 1-
rael honored them at a boil
voyage Purim breakfast and re-
ception last Sundaj morning at
the synagogue
Another couple being feted
during the holidays, Mr and Mrs
Hen Diamond, who were honored
guests durm; Saturday morning
services at the Minyonaires .
Mr. IV. a charter member,
now serving a- congregation vice
president, got the 'Diamond
Shabbat" treatment at the Kid
du-h to mark hi- 75th birtluia>
The Sisterhood continued the
celebration with a Purim dinoei
and entertainment on Sunda\
evening Among thOSfl attend
ing both affairs were Max W
Temchm. congregation president,
Cantor and Mrs Louis Cohen,
Mrs Rose Ogrodnick, Sisterhood
president. Mis Doroth) Soroka
and Fred Haas
Sara Harris, inveterate traveler
who has circled the globe lour
times and visited almo-t every
inhabited area on it at one !
SHOPPING AROUND
WITH
lcizt(\^a^h

A

ladelphia Cream Cheese
i nemaki i s kno*'
: Ki a" stands tor .:.....I f( o i
kI food ideas, and one
that has no trouble living
this promise i- Philadelphia
i -e In fact, Philadel
ream Choaag has become a
ild regular in every hone
because this taste treat is
IS on its own and also lends
i a varietj of serving ideas
h Passover approaching.
Lphia Cream Cheese can tit
in to your holidav eating
Smee it's Kosher for
er you can use it for any
- r oi delightful combinations
Wha! traditionally come- to mind
1 rourse Philadelphia Cream
and lox, and during Pas*
on can enjoy this natural
lation on matzo. It's also
with jelly, olives, tomato
or anyone of a dozen lood
is.
PI adelphia Cream Cheese can
' tM u-ed in a variety of dinner
. tie- For recipes look on the
of the package
Diamond Kosher Salt
Q Passover you can build
x u reputation as a tine cook, and
)U can do it quickly, easily and
p* naively,
vl you have to do is purchase
bo* ol Diamond CrystaJ Kosher
Sail and keep it handy in your
kitcjj. n Then, whenever you have
1 recipe, that calls lor sea.-oning
"ith ilt, reach for the Diamond
I rystal Kosher Salt. It will lend a
I flavor to all your foods
they are fried, boiled,
1 Bd or roasted, because it s r\
re for extra seal
toother place that Diamond
ystal Ko-her Salt sparkles, i- ,n
MHir -alads. Ordinary salt tends to
salad gaums, but Diamond
Kosher Salt will keep your
salad greens erisp and delicious
dowi ;o the last spoonful
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Maxwell House
Ttn tradition of the Seder is one
"i I1-- many joys of Passover. The
Know.eUjje that it is beinn shared
or another. frequently play-
host here to friends she has made
in all those far Hung plaosj
Mosl recent such travel bonus,
arrival from Johannesburg, S
Africa, oi three members ol the
' e a let -el l|.,/el K;i'/ni
daughter Ol long time friend-. Mr
and Mrs. Harry Kalzen, Bona B
ger and Gloria Levin, taking time
off from their studies to find out
what the world at large i- made
of Since the area vva flooded
with vaeation:ng young peo,
Mrs. Harris was able to Introduce
the girls to innumerable contem-
poraries, and it was a happv time
for visitors and localities.
Another trio of young ladies
who 'made the scene" he,, dur-
ing the break in classes at New
York University. Penny Klei.i. !8
year-old niece of Florence Kupper-
man. Dam.lie l.andau and Don
na Heller, all of Woodinerc. I, I
Slight delav to their fun in
the sun vacation everyone's
luggage arrived except Penny's
But guess who returned to the
KK -tat ion later that night when
the hag- finally arrived That's
right. Aunt Florence
Robert Gittleman and wife Bar-
bara surprised his parents. Joseph
and Kuth Gittleman. of Coral
Gables, with a 25th wedding anni
vei-ai> part) last Saturday at
Kings Bav Natch and Count rj
Club Over 50 close trie, n-
on hand to make the event a
memorable one. all wishing the
couple "another 29 years >! lucii
and happines
MR. AND MRS. MORRIS GILltR
'Mouse' on Boards
At Highland Oaks
Highland Oak- Little Theater,
under the direction of Lester Fred
man. and starring Alice Carney
and Barrv Segal, will present two
performances of the hilarious com-
edy, The Mouse That Roared."
Sponsored by the Highland Oaks
Elementary School PTA, the
will be presented on Fridav and
Saturday, Apr 7 and R at 8:30
p.m., in the John F Kennedy Jun-
ior High School Auditorium 1075
\K 167th St., and advance tickets
mav he obtained t-\ calling Mrs
Philip Paul.
Morris Giller
Anniversary
Is Golden One
Mr and Mrs. Mori i- Gilli r, of
Miami Beach, celebrated
Golden Wedding anniversary (iii
Sunday \ reception in then h
w a- t( ndered by and held at the
home of then -on and daugbti
law Mi and Mr- (hail.
Miami Beach
i h. .i- attended bj mem
bei oi the familj and close ti lends
many of whom came from out
town
'I he (.eiil represents a mile-tone
in the Gillei family a- the first
Golden Anniversary dating hack
to 1820
The Mon i- Ciller- came to Mi-
ami in 1919 from Jacksonville,
wfiere they were married. Several
member.- of the original wedding
party also attended the 50th anni-
versary
Another -on. Norman Ciller. ha
spent several years in re-earch and
preparation of a Tamil) tree which
dates hack almo-t 200 years. He
presented this to his lather and
mother
Climaxing the occasion was t
"honeymoon" trip tor the cele-
brants to an undisclosed destina-
tion
insurance Execs Meet
Aniei i( an Societv of In-uia: .
Management met lor dinnei Wed
nesdaj at the Beefstcr Bestaurant
Cal B Rosenbaum, oi Won
Enterprises, program chain
said Richard Cook, of Glen Falls,
S Y will he guesl -peak.!
a tri.lv inspirational thou hi
In keeping with the -pint of this
i iiu- -ei v i- Max
House I off( i the original Pass
over coffee during this holiday
and all year through Maxwell
House i~ the traditional cotlee in
home- throughout the land It-
cheering "la'am' i- a- constant
and unchanging as the joy ol Pass
over itself
Maxwell HOUSe eottee is the per
feet beverage to top off your Pass-
over Seder Its heen the fifth cup
at the Seder for almost half a cen
tury. That's because the makers
Of Maxwell House are old hand-
in the art of hlending coffee, and
the results of many years of per
fecting the best possible blend is
apparent with your first sip. The
outstanding ta.-le will tell you why
it is the original Passover coffee.
At Passover, and all year
through, serve Maxwell House Cof-
fee the traditional cotfee that's
good to the last drop.
Planters Oil
Housewives who have come to
depend on Planters Peanut Oil for
so much of their cooking and bak-
ing can go right on enjoying this
product during Passover. Planters
Peanut oil is certified kosher and
parve for Pas.-over so you never
have to 1m- without thi.- deliciously
| light, poly unsatuiated oil.
Here is a tasty reci|M- for you
to try during the Passover holi-
dav -.
Baka N Brown Potatoes
3 lbs. potatoes
2/3 eup Planter.- Peanut Oil
2 teaspoons salt
1/4 teaspoon white pepper
Pare potatoes and cut crosswise
into 1/4 in. slices. Pour 1/3 cup
Planters <>d into each of 2 shallow I
hakinu pans Arrange layer of |
potato slices m each pan. turning
potatoes to coat both sides with
oil. Bake in very hot oven (450 I
about 25 minutes or until golden
brown. Drain, season and serve. 6
hearty helpings
Mrs Sad ye Schoen, T."> \u
120th St cell brating her Blsl
I irthdaj Mai -4. called to the
h Mo h dui
Frida
1; '-.
: -1i
: ie not
:
- at th I .-I
Ho!,
-.. I ., the orchc
ed "Happj Birthday." and
: at the North Shou Jewish
\ eterans Auxiliarj donor dinner
serenaded their charming birth
da) lady Mr- Schoen. who
make- her home with -on Sidney
and his family, ha- another -on.
Morton, a daughter Dorothy
Shun, both of Miami, son number
three. Delmar. second daughte.
Regina, of Stamford, Conn 10
grandchildren, 14 great-grand-
children. and a great gl -"
grandchild.
Dr. Tanner in Talk
Dr K I. Tanner, local optome-
trist, lectured before the faculty of
West Lab Elementary School on
Wednesday. The talk was spon-
sored b> the Dade County Opt-
metric Association._________
HUSBAND
WANTED
to take his charming
wife to dinner at .
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-Jenis? fkrtftir
Friday March 31 1967
Dr. Gas+er Due At 7emp!e Israel
the 1
ti
Is
Dr Gsster !ia> pioneered in the
irly writ.'
ing with from the Hebrew
Ionian. Hltt I and Lana
soun
He is profeseor of compar
ions and ancient civilii
..t Columbia. Farlelgh Did
and Dropsie Universities He ha*
served as FulbrLht Professor :t
t.'ie Universities of Rome, Mel
bourne, and Leeds
Many books written by Or Gal
tor are standard texts in the reli-
is field, Hi '
I :. '
Jcro
I
Holj and \
I
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Woaforf
ROOM AND BOARD
KOSHER HOME
Wjik'ng Dutanco to
5yj9ju.- MO 6-36:S
XW-rW^W^^W^WW^
Heading for Atlanta. Ga.. where they will at-
tend the 27th biennial convention of the Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women from Apr.
9 to 13 are seated (left to right: Mrs. Charles
Rosenberg. Section vice president of ways
and means; Mrs. Edwin Oppenheim. Section
president; Mrs. Bernard Abel president. Coral
Division; Mrs. Irving Wexler. Section vice
president of Administration. Standing (left to
right) are Mrs. Burtcn Levey, president. South
Dade Division; Mrs. Norman Cohan, Section
legislation chairman; Mrs. Harry Goldberg,
Thrift Shop credits chairman, Lincoln Division;
Mrs. Florence Alberts, Section executive sec-
retary; Mrs. Robert Tolmach, Section hearing
handicapped chairman; Mrs. Morris Futer-
nick. vice president of administration. South
Dade Division; Mrs. Burton Goldberg. Section
special events chairman; and Mrs. Harry Thai,
president. Shores Division.
GOV. KIRK WINS VETO CONTROL
Democrats Sweep Up Dade
All Democrats in the Dade Coun
ty race for Senate and House in'
the Florida Legislature defeated,
their Republican opposition to
sweep the ballot here Tuesday.
The trend was not the same else-
where, and Republicans gained 23
Legislature seats statewide to give
Gov Claude Kirk a veto control.
Results in the Dade race for Sen-
ate were as follows:
District 40Gong over Cre-
celius.
Camp Pinewood
Plans for Summer
< amp Pinewood. near Henderson
. ille, N.C, is surrounded on all
by the Great Smoky Mountain
ham The cool, healthful climate
a 'I the beauty of the mountain set
i- a welcome change from the
' of a Florida summer
Pinewood offers a diversified pro-
gram encompassing the usual camp-
in- activities, .as well as a cultural
program such as the arts, music.
dance, drama Every camper ex-
periences an overnight camping
''rest, as well as sightseeing trips
to 'herokee. Boone. Mt Mitchell
ind Maggie Valle\ Visits to the
' latrock Playhouse and the Brevard
Music Concerts are on the agenda
' h< athletic activities include horse
i.aek riding at no additional cost to
the parent In addition, the camp
iffers tutoring in all subject! and
Bar Mltsvafa preparation.
The anrollmant is limited to
100 boys and 100 girt girls'
ond boys' cabins are separated
by the private lake and pool. The
enrollment is kept low to enable
tht directors and staff to counsel
and guide each individual
camper. The close supervision,
the food, and the wholesome
camping program have made
Camp Pinewood a leading Camp
for 12 consecutivo years.
Pinewood is an acerediteatoBem
bar of the American t'ampina As
ition, the Southern .-\Jaocia
'i.in of Private Camps <.n.-ii
Rifle Association. NationsJArche-
rs Association American Red
Cross Waterfront Program has
been accepted by Parent* Mag*
Sine and received constant Grade
A rating from the North#Caro|ina
Board of Health
The directors. Kli Fran Melt/er.
and Dr. and Mrs Donald Michelsotl
will offer two-four week periods
this summer in addition to the
regular eight-week period to sa
tisfy the requests of parents who
wish to plan a family trip for part
of the summer. ST.
District 41 Haverfield over
Cole.
District 42 Weissenborn
over Manker.
District 43 Shevin over
Claughton
uistnct 44 riollahan over
McGowan.
District 45 Spencer over
Woodcock.
District 46 Poston over
Slepin.
District 47 Fincher over
Gunderson.
District 48 Stone over Kc
Killips.
Results in the Dade race for
House were as follows-
District 90 Baker over Spel-
lerberg
District 91 Ferre over
Wedel.
District 92 Mathews over
Whittenberg
District 33 Wolf son over
Simpson.
District 94 Myers over
George.
District 95 Dubbin over
Pallot.
District 96
Butts.
District 97
Plessy.
District 98 -
over O'Neill
District 99
over Lee.
District 100
Rissman
District 101
over Schrader.
District 102
Kufeldt
District 103 -
Falls.
District 104
Raffel
District 105 -
Grimm.
District 106
Wehrle.
District 108
Knstall.
District 109
Stay man.
District 110
Faulkner.
District 111 -
Adams.
Lewis over
Pettigrew over
D'Alemberte
Varborough
Sackett over
Featherstone
Hollow ay over
Gautier over
Hector over
Graham over
Hartnett over
Harris over
Singleton over
Firestone over
- Brower over
Empire Kosher
Poultry Given
Nod as 'Best1
First prize for the best product
display was awarded to Fmpire
Kosher Poultry", tad at the first an
nual Kosher Food Processors Ex-
hibit in New York City.
The exhibit, attended b bro
kers. distributors and buyers in
the retail and institutional food
trades, featured eating samples of
poultry'- fish, heat and-serve din
ners, hors d'oeuvres. baked goods
and other foods, all processed to
the special requirements of Koshtr
dietary laws.
Empire processes a full UuC of
all poultry', whole and parts, fresh
and fresh-frozen. Kosher for Pas
sover and every day. All Empire
poultry is inspected for wiiole
someness by the C.S. Department of
Agriculture, and is supervised and
endorsed by the Union of Orlho.lox
Jewish Congregations of America
(U).
Empire, of Mifflintown. Pa.,
markets its products coast vo-coast
and internationally lx>cal d.-t ri
butor is Norman Mendelson and
Sons. (521 Washington Ave Miami
Beach
RtUABLl
MIDDLE-AGED LADY
Close in-SetiHi West
Will Baby Sit With
Children or Act at Companion
to Elderly Person-371 2-153
WIDOWER WISHES TO SHARE
HIS 2 3EDR00M HOME
In SW Settion near Synaaoau' wit*
fnidale-aoed or yoana coaple or an
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40 MiUo from Mow York
Will poy tiptiwi on wj
tick* to Now YorV
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Poet Speaks To Oneg Group
Poet Channa Safran was guest Louis Lasavin presented a
at the Oneg Shabbat of the David talk on "The Bilu" Movement." and
I'inski Club here recently at Ben Vomen offered a group of
842 Washington Ave Yiddish and Hebrew iOBRI
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Meet Wednesday
Ne\t meeting al the Hcbiew
Academy Women board of direc
toi will !* held on Wedi fsdaj. a1
noon at the hoflrt ol Mrs Zvi
Bergei 4929 Royal Palm Ave
According to Mrs Leonard Ro
sen. chairman of th.- board, in-
cluded on th>' agenda will be the
formulation of plans for the forth
coming luncheon in honor it Mrs
Charles Simon. Hebrew Academy
Women's Parent of the Veai
IIrs Samuel Rosner, president,
announced that Dr Donald M
Kass, local endocrinologist, will
speak on "The Fountain of Youth '
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Election ^f^pificers for Southeast United Syn-
agogue Youth Region took place at the Bilt-
more Hotel. Palm Beach, on Mar. 18. Left to
right are Robert Feinstein, Beth Torah Con-
gregation, second vice president; David Win-
ton, Beth Torah Congregation, first vice presi-
dent; Judy Malavsky, Beth Shalom, Holly-
wood, recording secretary; Elliot Safer,
Jacksonville Jewish Center, president; Joame
Rubel. Ahavath Achim, Atlanta. Ga., corres-
ponding secretary; Barry Allen, Ahavath
Achim. treasurer; Joseph Golden. Beth Torah
Congregation, chairman. Youth Commission
of. Southeast Region. United Synagogue of
America.
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i Mi and Mrs
4350 "
hi i ol Mr. an<
1133 103rd S1
T .if: .i- ,i Ba-
iling, Apr
Sholora
esidenl ol in
5m tan m
.
i r of tin
"lass of 572a
l<
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IV*'
rut Mrs Si

at
i.. puni
.....r High, ;m
Sotolow will hosl
. v lowing the services
acini hnll. and a luncheon
cl the celebrant at the
Inn
, i L-randson of Mr and
Merman Sokolow and Mrs
i (irganek,
Jerrold Horwiti
Saturday morning, Apr. 1.
krold Ira, son of Or. and Mrs
chael Horwitz. 4510 Michigan
c. A.iil be Bar Mitzvah at Tern
No- Tamid.
lerrold is a student at Nautilus
lior High anH Temple Ner Tamid
School. He plays the or-
i ami enjoys sports, and is a
mber of the school band
A Kiddush will follow the serv-
s, and a reception and dinner
! be held at the Algiers Hotel.
)r. Horwitz is president of Tern-
Ner Tamid Men's Club.
nit of town guests will include
i:reat aunt from Chicago, Mrs.
(irondek

Paul Spector
m Saturday morning, Apr. I.
I. >on of Mr. and Mrs. Simon
i tor. will observe his Bar Mitz
at Temple Zion.
aul is a seventh grade student
West Miami Junior High, and
t< rested in chess, baseball and
ketball.
ilr ;md Mrs Spector will host
Kiddish following services, and
veption and diner at the Miami
ingi Villas in honor of the cele
|nt on Saturday evening.
aul is the grandson of James
en of Winthrop, Mass.

Clifford Betner
hlford Bruce, son of Mrs. E.
and Myer B. Besner, will
ome Bar Mitzvah on Saturday.
1 .it Temple Emanu-El
ifford attends eighth grade at
itilus Junior High School. He is
rested in mathematics and
is a coin collector, and has
n awards for swimming.
Irs Bella Wcincr, Cliffords
"dmother. will attend the event.
Robert Solomon
tobert Ira. son of Mr. and Mrs.
rvin Solomon. 521 NE 17th St.,
be Bar Mitzvah at the Saturday
i ninn service, Apr. 1, at Temple
iiti Yeshrurun.
lobert is an eighth grade student
John F. Kennedy Junior High,
an Honor Roll student and
ays the clarinet in the school
nd
Mr. and Mrs. Solomon will host
e Saturday morning Kiddush and
leeeption at home in the evening
honor of their son

Jack Harris
lack, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
rns. wtfl become Bar Mitzvah
Beth Mo she Congregation on
*urday, Apr. 1. He will conduct
* traditional service and chant
i Haftorah.
A Kiddush in Jack's honor will
How the services.
lack is a student of the Beth
she Hebrew School and at-
ids North Miami Junior High,
're he plays saxophone in the
lool orchestra.
A dinner :, nti -
Kfnncth Golan
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Mar 31, when Kern .lacquelyn Ru
bin will be honored during recular
services.
ibe celebranl is the daughter
of Mr and Mrs Norman Rubin.
5341 NE 16th Tci Ft. Uuder
dale
Fern is in the eighth grade at
Rickards Junior High, attends Heb-
rew classes at Beth Israel
*
Jeffrey Worth
Jeffrey Brian, son of Mr. and
Mr-. Stanley Worth, will become
Bar Mitzvah on Saturday. Apr. 1.
1 at Temple Emanu-El
Jeffrey attends seventh grade at
Nautilus Junior High, plays trom-
bone in the band, and is in the ac
celerated mathematics program. He
. is interested in sport*.
Mrs. IJllian Himelstcin. Jeffrey's
grandmother, will attend the event
The celebrant will be honored
at a reception Saturday evening
in the Napoleon Room at Deau-
ville Hotel.
Howard Promer
Saturday morning services, Apr.
1. at Temple B'nai Sholom. will in-
clude the Bar Mitzvah observance
of Howard Neal Premcr.
The celebrant is the son of Mr
and Mrs. Arnold Pre me r. and
B'-andson o' Mr and Mrs S-m
Cohen, of Miami Beach, and Mr.
and Mrs. Abe Premer. of New Jer
sey.
Howard is an honor student at
Carol City Junior High, where he
is a member of the school orches-
tra. He has won several awards in
the B'nai Sholom Sunday and I lib
rew Schools The celebrant plays
electric euitar.
The Bar Mitzvah will be feted
at a reception on Saturday evening
at the Shelborn Hotel.
Mark Richard
Mark, son of Mr and Mrs David
Richard. 5205 SW 89th CL, will be-
come Bar Mitzvah at Beth David
Congregation on Saturday. Apr. 1.
Mark is a seventh grade student
at Glades High and has been at
tending Beth David Relmious
School for the past six months. He
is interested in coin-collectuiR.
journalism and football. David is
also acting at Studio "M
Mm II Richard. Marks grand
father, will attend the services and
congregational Kiddush in honor
of the celebrant.
.
Andrew Graysen
Saturday morning services. Apr.
1. at Temple Sinai of North Dade
will include the Bar Mitzvah of An
drew, son of Mr. and Mrs. Her
man Grayson.
The celebrant is the seventh
grade at Nautilus Junior High,
where he is in the Science Club,
ai.u at temple Sinai Religious
School.
Andrew's hobbies include collect
ing rocks, stamps and coins.

Robert Stein
Robert Eric, son of Mr and Mrs.
Stanley Stein. 2060 NE 198th Ter..
will celebrate his Bar Mitzvah on
Saturday morning, Apr. 1, at Beth
Torah Congregation.
Laura Snetman
Robert Stein Howard Premer
Mark Howard
Jeffrey Worth
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Friday
March 31
Zukertiick Again
On Florida Bar
Governing Board
1 larr-> Ziikcrniclt was redacted to
hi- fif'h two-vear term on the hoard
venen of the Florida Bar
Vise etot.-d wort' Frank .1 Kelh
Mallory H Horton. Edward J At
Judge Sam I Silver J F.
ee and Duanc And*:
ZukerricW has served on the
board since 19S9 and is a past
president of the Miami Beach Bar
Association. In 1954, he received
the First Award of Merit from
the Miami Beach Bar Association
for distinguished service to the
l-qal profession."
Zukernick ha* of Miami Beach B nai !
..odee. Civic League of v
Beach, and *a- the fir-1 president
of the VII .,nd WHA <( Miami
ch.
He a member of the board of
governors of the Greater Miami
.lewhish Federation, a member of
he executi\e committee of the
Florida Region of the Anti Defa
niation League, and
chairman of the Miami Beach Iju-
! Divi-ion of the Combined
Jewish Appeal.
HARRY ZUKtRNICK
Hospital Aux. Holds Elections
'.i i lembership and
lion meeting ol the Ml Sinai H"-
pital Auxiliary will be held Fri-
\; r t 10 a.m in th-- Louis
i- Wolfson Auditorium In addi-
tion to a musical pro^tam. all
volunteers will be honored with a
special commendation certifi
and a petite lunch will i>c served
the meeting Mr- Yale
Levinson, president oi the Aux-
iliary, will conduct the nice!.
TELL
THEM
ABOUT
WELCOME
WAGON
If you know of family who has
|ust arrived in your community, be
sura to ttll them about Welcome
Wagon. They will ba delighted witk
tha basket of gifts and helpful
Information they will receive from
mx hostesi, a symbol of tha com*
unity's traditional hospitality. Or
yon may call
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Hostess call an me.
? I would like to subscribe ta
The Jewish Flondian.
fill eat coupon and mall ta
Circulation Dept.,
M.P.O. Bo 2973, Miami, Flo.
Joseph Jacobs, Leading Advertising Hubsch Named B^
Organization Executive, Dead at Age 75
JOSEPH JACOBS
Seaboard Slates
North Low Fares
Reduced round-trip coach fares
to mar.y northern cities and per-
sonalized vacation packace- at Wil
liamsburg, Washington, I'hiladel
phia. New York, \e Finland and
eastern Canada, including Mun
treal's great World's Fair. Expo
6*7. are among the tempting ar-
rangements being finalized for
vacationers h\ Seaboard Railroad
for the Mux 1 to Nov. 15 period.
Commenting on his road plans
radiate two way travel aboard
Seaboard's crack streamliners. Sil-
ver Meteor and Silver Star. Wes-
lej i Ficht. general passenger
Miami. -aid. "We expect an
other record volume of travel to
! \*orth this spi i
summer and fall, and with the bar
gain ties we will oi
1111i should
be well pal
"Anyone wishing to spend the
summer in the rorth can virtu-
ally dictate his own preference
as to where to go and what to
see. and have his travel agent
or ourselves work out an itin-
^ar; that will give him the most
for his money. The fabulous
Expo 67 in Montreal on Apr. 28
to Oct. 27, celebrating Canada's
Centennial, is expected to be a
star attraction for vacationers
heading north.
All a,. t- 'a.ll have the
advantages >; Silver Meteor and
Silver Mar Uavel These K.dude
,, i hoici oi morning ami afternoon
departures from Miami. Pullman
i and reserved reclining seat
coach accommodations, attractive
; n obsei v ation and Other
lounge facilities, plus excellent and
inabl) pi iced meal- in our din-
ing cars, where friendly, hospitable
service i- a Seaboard tradition "
By Special Report
>o*eph Jacobs, president and
founder of the Joseph Jacobs Or-
ganization, Inc., 342 Madison Ave .
New York, died on Mar 2fJ in
Memorial Hospital. Sarasota, Fla .
after a number of years of failing
health Me would have been 76
year- old May 28
Mr Jacobs received his BA de
gree from City College of New
York in 1911. and began teaching
in the New York public school-
while taking graduate work at Col
iimh a University He was on the
faculty of Morns High School in
the Bronx, when he decided to
verti-mg developed into an art of
its own His campaign ideas were
always strong on the greatness of
the Jcwi-h heritage -uhiect also
treated in a number of booklets
which he prepared and published
Mr. Jacobs created and pro-
duced the first commercial radio
programs for a Jewish audience
in New York over station WEVD
back in 1935. His first star was
Molly Picon, and his first spon-
sor was Maxwell House coffee, a
client since 1923, and still served
by the firm.
Mayor Elliot Roosev.lt htt
appointed David Huh
bei .)! the Social -
Board The board work- duseh]
an advisory' capacity with th/J
cial Service direct
Baron.
make a career in adverti-ing and. \,w York, for man) years and wa-
in 1919. became a media -ale-man
for the Jewish Daily Forward.
In the same year, Mr. Jacobs
founded the merchandising and
advertising firm which bears his
name and through which he
made a number of unique and
fundamental contributions to the
practice of his profession. His
first client was Palmolive Soap,
still served by the organization.
He created and developed a new
dimension in marketing and adver-
tising specialized promotion of
product- to major ethnic group- in
major cities. His method included
special advertising appeals in ethn-
ic media, backed by -penal mer
chandisinfl
While the Joseph Jacobs method
i- used routinelj In all ethnic area
selling, his specialitj was the Jew
i-h market rodaj I animation
i t ps man; of the nation's
manufacturers ai
drug, house
hold, liquoi lobai i o and ol
al hundn
ish publii itioi ind radio w ith a
total US
ooo
Under hi- l ad
Menorah Offers
Review of Novell
Rabbi Mayer Ahrar i
itual leader of Temple
will review The Fiv
nurd Malamud. on \v.
12 30 pm.
The Fixer' won t! .
erarj Award and i-
the best seller list
el hood W ll! ...
coffee and all proce.
applied to Sisterhood
School Fund
Gold Honor Card]
Members Feted
Brow aid North Dade
Surviving are his widow, the for- B nai B rith Women is plai i -.,
evening of fun and friend
Mr .tawh- was formerly a
trustee of Temple Israel, Cit) "f
al-o active m the Federation of
Jewish Philanthropies, t
Jew -h Appeal, and Conference of
Christians and .lev- He vva- a
former member of the Advertising
Club of New York and Cit) Vthletic
Club
mer Milhccnl Krancer. whom he
married in 1916. a son. Richard A .
a daughter. Mrs Robert tloldfaib.
and three grandchildren
Luncheons Set
For 3 Units Of
Beach Hadassah
Hervl Group, Miami Reach
Dter of Hadassah. will hold its
annual eye bank luncheon on Mon
n in the Medallion R
ol the Americana Hotel The mu-
sical portion of the program will
feature Helene liiv- r soloist
Mr- SamiK I Silvei and Mrs John
airmen ffair
Mi Milton v pn dent
Kadimah Group will hold it- r>
monthly 1 im heon
londa) noon at I ipore
recital by Ann I
ii ied b) Helen II
Mrs \lc iident
Hannah Senesch Group will hold
it- regular monthly luni
meeting on Monda) noon a* the
Kit '' Hotel -\ t.iik '<) current
event- and world news will be
given by Mr- Gertrude Wolff
Added attraction will be ,m
mal skit, whv Belong lo Hadas
-ah." with Mrs Doroth) Mondres,
Mi- Elizabeth Heller and Mrs
Betty DeWitt in the cast Mrs
S\ Ivia Kurland is president
gold card honor mernb. :
five chapters. Hollywood
Dade. Shoshana. Btmshine
I.auderdale
Party will take pla<
day. 8 p.m at Temple i
1351 S 14th Ave. Hollvw..
Mr- Newton Hofstadter
ident
Judge Denies
Dismiss Motion
Circuit Court Judge Francis
Christie has denied a motion to
dismiss .m action launched by
John Temple, of 535 Vilabelia "
Coral liable- against the Greater
Mann Jewish Cemetery Associa
'ion
Temple's action charges that the
association's reserve fund- are in-
sufficient for the proper u-e. care
and maintenance of the cemetery
propei 11.
Richard Lapidus, attorney for
Temple, said in court that the
Greater Miami Jewish Cemeterv
Association agreed in 1931 to as
tablish a perpetual care trust fund
' The perpetual care trust fund
Statutes, which came into effect in
1959. canine for a 10 percent min
imum. can neither add to nor de-
tract from the cemeterv s original
charter." I.apidus said, adding:
What happens when all the lot- m
the cemetery are sold-' Fven if they
maintain the minimum funds to
day, will this be sufficient to take
care of the cemetery in perpel
uity""
Judge Christie, in setting aside
the motion to dismiss, said that
he will set the case for a future
date
Crack Field
At Gulfstream
Mi- F I) Jacob- Reflected 'ilo
ry, with three consecutive stakes
victories to hi- credit, will b.
to piove hi- current rankin. ..
the three-year-old champii
rack field Satin dav in the
sKHiDOO Florida Derbv The mile
and an eighth classic i- the hiuh
light of Gulfstream's most import
ant week of racing, social activity
and entertainment
Successful in the Bahama-. Ever
glades and Flamingo, Reflected
Glory, under Gulfstream's hading
jockey, Jorge Velasquez, i- expect
ii to meet 10 or more rivals in the
Florida Derby One of his oppo
nents will be Rock Spring F.
Tumble Wind, an invadci from Cal
ifornia which was second in the
Santa Anita Derb)
Reflected Glory will be coupled
with Patrice Jacob- Reason t iHail
and Wheatley Stable is expected to lary president, will ;
run an entry ol Great Power and sage of welcome, and Mrs Sol sil
Bold Monarch. France- Genter's \ernian. honorar) lifi president
In Reality, winner of the fountain will conduct the candlelighting
of Youth. Phil ^Godfrey's BiUer, ceremony highlighting the loyal
second in that event, and M G. ty and many kindnesses to the
Phipps' Gentleman James, which Jewish Home for the Aged" of Mr
finished fourth, are other top con- and Mrs llorwil/. former resident-
tender- of Cleveland, O.
Entertainment for the afternoon
will feature pianist. Mrs Edward
Kipple; Herman Altnian. singer; Jo
seph and Harriet Klein, pantomim
ists Mrs Louis Makovsky is pro
gram chairman.
Refreshments will 1h' served.
Couple Marking
50th Anniversary
Greater Miami Won \uxll
iary, Jewish Home to, the A i I
i- sponsoring a 50th wedding anni
yersarj part) on Sun.lav i 45 p m .
in honor ol hfe Mr aiwj
Mrs Max Horwitz, of ra~ 12th St
Mrs Lawrence Silverman, Auxil
Ladies Aux. Plans
Theatre
Party
All proceeds of the theatre part)
planned by the Indies' Auxiliary
of Greater Miami Alumni Chapter
of Alpha Omega for Wednesday
will go to the dental clinic at \ .,
riety children- Hospital.
The affair will begin at 7:80 P m
with bora d'oeuvres at the Grove
House, followed by an 8:30 p m
lin at the Coconut Grove Play-
house, where Milton Rerle is star-
ring in the Broadway comedy, -The
Impossible Years."
Auxiliary president i- Mr- fly-
man Levine, and Mr- Caul Rich
man is fund raising chairman.
Bible to be Taught in Yidfa
The Bureau of Jewi-I
<4 new class for the stud)
terpretation of the !'
dish !"-t: uctor is 1 ouis
teacher and autt^
LEGAL NOTICE
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lusband-Wife Team Heads Post, Aux.
'est Miami JWV; Installation Saturday
LEGAL NOTICE
Miami Post and Auxiliary.
.. War Veterans will install
:. for 1067-68 on Saturday
Hfllel rThTrfcr:
Officers for the Auxiliary in-
M. danii-s Norman Rurman.
|en1 James Stern, senior vi
I resident; lark Pales, junior
(l.nt. Dave Burrows,
jrer; Lester Rosenberg, cha-
WHIiam Andersen patriotic
Sarah London, con
Marvin Herman; hlsto
Max Schwartz, guard: Stan-
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Vron Slachter, junioi
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D CiAL CIRCUIT OF
RiOA, IN AND FOR
U'NTy FLORIDA.
NO. 6-4902
ORD!"" lF PUtiLiCATION
Weitzer, officer of the day: Leo
Slachter. judge advocate.
Chairman for the installation
are Mrs. Joseph Achtman. past
auxiliary president and Abe Isgar
Installing officer for the post is
Irving ( oopcrman, Department of
Florida commander Murray Drons-
ky, past commander of the West
Miami Post. m ne piaster of cere-
monies
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