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T eJewisk Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
iame 40 Number 13
Miami Florida, Friday. April 7, 1967
Two Sections -- P:.:e 8
Sex Education
/s Urged Under
Religious Aegis
N education about sex were
. .it a conference this week
i by the Commission on
ie Relations of the Federa-
f Jewish Philanthropies of
York and the Metropolitan
.on ot Jewish Center
goal of the conference, se-
ta n- sponsors, is t<> spur
elopmenl of sex education
is under religious auspices,
New York State iv beginning
duce the topic in the pub-
schools' curriculum, and tin- in-
.inn will be on ;i secular t.i~iv
;i'i laws requiring separation of
nill ;md State,
It was suggested that a pro
! sionjl training institute for
lu-fi uctors in sex education
|s ould be an outgrowth of the
conference, and that priority be
en by community centers and
, n.v.ogues to sex education as
n important aspect of their
'vices. Neither parents nor
i iiools are imparting to chil-
>en adequate factual informa-
|on about sex or providing them
ith a sound basis of determin-
i .'dos. practices and behavior,
declared Manuel G. Batshaw, di-
rector of national services of the
Jewish Welfare Board, who ad-
dressed the conference.
"Parents remain the single most
influential tactor in/ a person's
sexual development Therefore
education about sex and sexualitj
tin parents deserves possibly an
even higher priority than our con
Continued on Page 8 A
STATE DEPARTMENT DOUBTFUL
China Reds
Give Arms
To PLO
GEN. YITZHAK RABIN
stalemate threatened
Gromyko Egypt \ isit
Raises Missile Spectre
UAKTHROUGH
orin New
conomic Tie
slli Itiimufiia
U.I'.M JAT Israeli
announced this m e k pi o
(ii.il agreement between l-
and Rumania providing lor
( and other exchanges, tra-
it such agreement with an East
lopean countrj The formal
bement will he signed in April
In .in Israeli delegation will
Bucharest
In- provisional pact was dis
during the departure from
lei of a seven-man Rumaniam
Station led b) Deputj Trad*
ster Easi) Routza which was
irael for ten days TI,- ,,
t was negotiated bj an Israel
led b) Finance Minister I'm
Sapir
The agreement provides for
changes in the fields of eco-
mics, science, technology,
msm and trade. The trade
>se, it was reported provides
^inly for Israeli export o'
rmicili to Rumania. ISTMl
will export technical know-
to Rumania.
>UtZa said .it l.yilil.i an
he was satisfied with tin
hi the negotiations ami he
jessed the hope that it would
implemented promptly The
Drtance Israel attached to the
kement was apparent term the
in- ot the members ot the i-
delegation which included ii-
Ie Ministry director, the Por
mmisti> economic division
Continued on Page 13 A
TEL AN l\ (JTA The ar-
rival this week in Cairo ut Soviet
Foreign Ministei Andre Gromyko
for ( ol i insultations with
Egyptian President Nassei at-
tracted attention in Israel bei
>t i that the dis
cussion* uld ii elude Ihe sub
i livei > ol Soviet built mis
de itroyers to the
tiai leel
i Ithoi it I- w ere unable U)
that the '"! i
vi .is on tl Is foi the Gromy-
i i>sei talks i ntil now the S i
i to consider pro-
vision t" l _>t>t of any such de
-ti apacitj
Israel's Chief of Staff, Gen.
Yitzhak Rabin, indicated re-
cently that Egypt might be get
ting such missile-carrying ships
but the leports have not been
confirmed Provision of such
missile-armed ships would re-
lieve Egypt of a stalemate in
its own efforts to create such
naval weapons systems.
It was noted here th.it Russian
armin of 1 ) pt with other type
of missiles is well advanced Eight
Komar mi lorboats carrying two
missiles of about 16 miles range
have been supplied to Egypt and
are believed to be operational
Recently, ten of the most mod
ern motorboats each carrying four
tiles, have been supplied to
E| ypt [I has now been indicated
Russia may send Egypt two
Krupnej or Kildin light cruisers
with launching units for 130-mile
bi e missiles fitted a) both ends
of the vessels
The issue ol missiles and nuclear
activity in the t nited Aral) Re
public first exploded on the Inter
national seen, when former I
1 ign Minister Golds Meir an-
nounced to a shocked world in
April. 1963, thai Gei man s< lei
were at work in plant- outs:.'
i airo on a variety ol atomic pro,
. ii- mainly designed foi I all
use The issue supei i eded the mil
itarj implications ol the announce-
ment and raised the .noral problem
ol German assistance to Presidt nl
Nasser.

Sartre
JERUSALEM (JTA) The
Palestine Liberation Army, the
anti-Israel war wing commanded
by Ahmed Sukairy, ha- again re-
ceived arm- shipments from Chi
nese Communist sources in recent
weeks, it was reported here The
shipments, according to reliable
sources here had been resumed by
Communist China after a long in-
terruption during which it was be
l eved that Peking had decided
to end its aid to the Shukairy or-
ganization
The Paris correspondent of the
evening newspaper, Maariv, re-
ed Tuesdaj that a serious rifl
broken out in Syria betwi 'n
El Fatah the t< iniza
tion responsible for Vrab sabo
incursions into Israel and the Sy-
rian Government,
According to the dispatch
from Paris, diplomatic sources
there said Syria had decreed a
Continued on Page 10-A
in Visit to Israel:
Voices //ope for Peace
Ti- w iv .1 l \ J" an
Pa il Sartre, the French i k
tialisl philospher and Nobe I
winner, summed up for the press
here this week his reaction to a
month-long visit to the Middle
East with the assertion that he
had found a wide and deep Is-
raeli desire for peace with the
\iah- He avoided newsmen's
questions on how that Israeli sen
timent compared with Egyptian
opinion.
The philosopher, wno met with
Premier Lev! Eshkol and who
plans to leave for Paris this week,
said no solution to the Arab Is
rael conflict could be found unless
"the preambles ot both side- are
pted He ha- been meeting
with a wide range ol Israeli per-
weeks
during the past two
He added that the "pream-
bles" were Israel's demand that
the Arab states recognize Isra
el's existence and sovereignty
and the Arab demand that all
Palestinian Arab refugees be
entitled to return to their former
homes in what is now Israel. He
declared, that no solution to the
Arab-Israel conflict was likely
as lon.g as both claims were not
fully accepted.
Refusal of both sides to accept
the preamble of the other caused
tension and fear ol war. he
adding that while he had found
Continued on Page 14-A
AFME STRANDED
Johnson Cuts
CIA Aid To
Private Units
WASHINGTON JTA Pi
ident I jndon M Johnson
this week that the Central Ii
ligence Agencj begin cuttii
i subsidies to privati
tional, philanth and
Una is like th. \
ican Friends of the Middle I
rhi W h ti House si
not mention AFME or any
ip by name but it wai
that he refern d to such
tions AFME was recent h rev<
to have financed, through -
CIA funds, the attendance
ies ol ma

.lew !-h propaganda
President Johnson also an-
nounced he was setting up a spe-
cial committeeto include so-^ie
private citizens to study wavs
in which the Government can
channel aid in an open manner
to causes the Government deems
worthy. Secretary of State Dean
Rusk will serve as chairman of
the new committee.
\l\ll-: received several million
dollars to finance the travel and
tuition of a coi siderable numbei ol
Arab Students, many of wl
functioned openly as propagandists
espousing anti Israel prejudici
scores of American colleges and
umv ersitii s
The presumed reason for AFME
spons< r-lr.p ol the Vrab students
was to persuade them that
United States rather I ha R
was the true ti end ol Ihe v
AT GENEVA CONFERENCE ON HUMAN RIGHTS
Full Text of Abram Reply to Ostrovski
By SPECIAL REPORT
Mon B Abram I S dele [ate
to the Human Rights Commission
of the United Nation-, was at-
tacked b) Yukub ostrovski. ins
Soviet colleague, at the Geneva
I Mar 21, of the
Commission
During discussion ol a proposal
include on the Commission's
ida the item to set up a High
i ommissioner for Human Rights,
, ii asked to intervene on a
point Of order U-trovski berated
him for interrupting, saying "You
may interrupt people at the Ameri-
can Jewish Committee but this i-
not a meeting Of the American
Jewish Committee
Abram is president of the AJC
Three weeks ago, Ostrov-ki like-
wise had made reference t<>
Abram AJC connection. but
Abram chose to ignore it This
time he did not. Following is
Abram's statement in answer to
i i-tro\ ski
"I deeply regret that my So-
viet colleague has exceeded the
normal standard of conduct here
by twice making reference to
my Jewish connection. I under-
stand also that he has indulged
in religious implications with
respect to another who is Jew-
ish in the deliberations of a
working party.
l have many private connec-
tions with foundations, colli
and universities, one of them a
\i ro college, and numerous civil
rights oi lions and
groups in the l nited Sta The
Sov let delegate, however has now
twice referred in classic and si i
castic terms to mj comic. I
With the American Jewish om
mittee 01 that affiliation, as with
all others Je ish and non J< w-
ish l am proud
The AJC is the world's o
human rights organization,
been founded in 1906. to I
Czarist anti Semitism \i d ii -
Continued on Page 3-A
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Full Text of Abram Reply to Ostrovski
Continued from Paga 1-A
|cs .1 gainst all forms of man's m
umanity to nuin. and for all pro
.1,. regardless of race, color, or
reed The Soviet delegate knows
in, well for he lias several times
ised the American Jewish Com
mttee's yreat human relations li
irary. which contains some <>f the
world's best resources in this field
myself have seen him in the -VIC
, irj .it 165 East 56th street
rhe singling out of this one
ilion oi mme I let pa-- Ihree
ii feeling that it miglu
,n a human slip, but
.......rnd I
t\ iou-.iv delibe
al< ulati
It is in keeping with the pol
cy which has become infamojs
n all the world, of claiming non-
discrimination and tolerance
vhile practicing discrimination
uid repression. It is in keeping
with the policy behind the pub-
lication recently of the Kichko
oook, a crude 'Der Sturmer' type
of anti-Semitic tome, which evok-
ed critism of Communist parties
II over the world when rh* book
was issued by an organ of Soviet
society.
It is a disgrace that in this
the Human Rights Commis-
sion, and at this session at which
*e have passed the historic Draft
.invention for the Elimination of
11 Forms of Religious Intolerance,
that the Soviet delegate should
raise this crude implication,
I am a man: hut lie would nol
refer to me as that. I am an Ameri
can; lie did nol so identlfv me I
am honored to lie the American
Representative to tin- Commission:
he -aid nothing of this | ,nn a
.lew and Presidi nt oi the Ameri
can Jewish Committee. This, he
chose to mention in an obviously
anyrv and polemical way The
choice oi this one association to
which the Soviet delegate has now
twice referred shows what .ill
mankind now knows that deep
prejudice which has Seen deplored
l v Communist parties in
-la!.
I wanl it ,
that l i,mil

.in.I 1:
i ne lion I e'ueei! I
ti S nitism. The p
-mi'ism is i.
i The otl in.in
nisi parties around the world
morally toned to condemn the
Kichko hook when it was published
in the Sov iet I'nion.
"The crude attitude of the So-
viet delegate is now unmasked.
His pious adherence to high
principle to the contrary not-
withstanding, the Soviet delegate
has displayed his bias by his
barely concealed and coded mes-
sage 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."
The Soviet dele-ate to 'he UN
Commission on Human Rights has
been known to express caustic
anti-Jewish comments in the past
In 1964, in debate at the
I Committee, Ihe Israeli rep-
, i tative '!: Y ipou raisi d the
el anli Semitism in a
replj in the alii it ions Mr <>s
Ircvski atlacki <\ Vap >u refer-
- and iim a ,ii>usi\e langui
againsl .lews in general.
During tin- 1965 session ol
the General Assemblj Mi Ostn
ski discussed the question of is.
amis btMiiL: shipped to K-vpt with
a Jewish representative iron
non government organization He
asked him how come American
Jews "who dominate the United
States" permitted this to hs
and thus threaten Israel!
On January ;<(). HHMi in ;i
confrontation With a delegate to
the United Nations who is Jew
ish. he said You Jews ihink you
are a superior race anil better
than anyone else
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Volume 40
Number 13
Friday. April 7, 1967
26 2 Adar 5727
Zionism Faces
Reorganization Plans
Plans for reorganization of the U.S.
Zionist movement come at c parti-
llarly stressful time: in the wcke of
the recent visit here of former Israel
Prime Minister David Ben-Gur:on.
This dees not suggest thct Mr. Ben-
Gurion had anything to do w:th the
plans.
Fact is that reorganization of the
Zionist movement was suggested by
the World Zionist Congress held in
Jerusalem more than two years ago,
and that exploration of means has
been going on since then.
But the former Prime Minister's
repeated criticisms of the U.S. Zionist
movement, even voiced during his
visit here, after promising that he
would remain silent on the matter,
certainly give added impetus to the
need for reevaluation.
We hold with ZOA president.
Jacques Torczyner, that the problems
facing the Zionist movement in Amer-
ica today are more substantial than
the mere need to reorganize the struc-
ture of its various components. We
can not put it better than Torczyner, himself,
who declared early this week that "The move-
ment has to know what its real aims aTe, and
work out a program of activities on the Amer-
ican scene."
As he suggests, what proponents for reor-
ganization symbolize is the search for the least
common denominator in U.S. Zionism today.
This would underscore the unyielding error
of the past, which has become the abysmal
ambiguity of the present: the American Jewish
philanthropic tie to the concept of a Jewish
State.
No one questions this tie. But it has long since
replaced the Zionist dream fulfilled and noth-
ing philosophically meaningful has in turn
evolved to augment the philanthropy. For
American Jewry and American Zionism to
have purpose as a future concept in Judaism,
a change is way overdue.

Broader Education Horizons
What is the nature of the change? The
change can best be characterized in terms of
any plan involving an eye on Jewish survival
tied to the survival of Israel, itself. This would
necessarily mean far greater emphasis on Jew-
ish education than Jewish education has been
given until now.
Neither does this education necessarily
mean a continuing curriculum based upon tra-
ditional standards. Reliaious School must of-
fer instruction in the.classical subjects as in
the past. But it must also widen its horizons far
beyond what present-day planners even dare
to consider; otherwise, we are thinking in
Model T terms in an age where four-on-the-
lloor certainty and swiftness seem to be the
touchstones of the day.
Mr. Ben-Gurion never manages to miss the
opportunity to tie education to Aliyah or, at
least, to a several-years-stay in Israel. This is
a dream one can devoutly hope to see con-
summated.
But whatever other characteristic we may
be talking about in terms of a replacement for
"simple" philanthropy, it must be clear that
the day of philanthropy "only" is coming to an
end. Finally, we must put our mouth where our
money is.
Doubters Take the Day
As we already indicated in these columns
previously, the discovery of CIA funds dis- The community congratulates both
tributed on the quiet'to organizations such as
the American Friends of the Middle East was
announced in this and other English-language
Jewish newspapers across the country well be-
fore the general press picked it up as a lead
story.
Now, there is another example of lapse.
Time and again, we have been reporting the
growing relationship between Red Chinese aid
and the Viet Cong through the so-called Pales-
tine Liberation Organization.
Certo.inly, the Administration knows of this
tie; for the U.S. delegation at the United Na-
tions recently joined the British in demanding
a closer scrutiny of UNRWA aid to the Arab
refugees. A substantial part of this aid seems to
have been diverted toward Palestine Liberation
Organization use.
The American people shoulder by far the
lion's share of the annual UNRWA budget.
This means that we are helping hard-core
Arab leadership, dedicated to the destruction
of Israel, also to provide assistance to the Viet
Cong, our enemy in Viet Nam.
This week, the U.S. State Department,
which so frequently speaks only for itself, but
sadly makes policy for all of us, publicly
doubted the effective relationship between the
PLO and the Viet Cong. Shades of the CIA tale
again, against which President Johnson finally
acted this week in his directive to bar the Agen-
cy from further assistance to AFME-type organi-
zations in the future.
Apparently, once more we are movinq into
a Middie East foreign policy era when State
Department diplomacy will be fashioned by
anti-Israel thinkinq, come what may.
Attorneys Commended
Two of our community's attorneys deserve
commendation. They are Harry Zukernick and
Judge Sam I. Silver, both recently reelected to
the board of governors of the Florida Bar.
Mr. Zukernick i= senior member of the
Dade County delegation on the bar, and has
been serving since 1959.
Judge Silver, a recent president of the
Dade Bar. received a second term on the Flori-
da Barroverninc board following his election
to the board in 1965.
uring the week
... as i see it
THE GOVERNMENT
Office ir
batii
in Jerusalem ^
by LEO MINDUN
I mm
like vaguely placed decorations
archaeologic excavr.tion enclosed
a slit trench it an unearthed pillar out of the nation .
The Department of Antiquities is forever busv with
ancient and oattererl
The corridors J*J
huge Even rubber h,*lSmT
strange sounds |,,.,r "/
are a machinegun m slow m*
ueo The foreig, ...^
dents room features t.li^tered
yellow and green paint, colon
tony since faded and p,
in precarious curls that bans
Outside, in a court) ird H m
by an iron fence I.v
.
-ly ir.
the
Thev vary In Interest from the exciting Nabatean villagi
and the catacomb.- at Bet Shearim to the pedestrian pillai
the Government Press Office.
wh.it is interesting about it is that, even here. Israi .id r
mind you of her yesterdays at the same moment that h. r
officials are engaged ifl scrutinizing your journalistic view
\< five in the afternoon of a late spring day. Jem
come bitingly cold, only hours after it ha- iwi
bout with the torrid tail of a desert sirocco
Now, the Corridors arc chillur than ever Tht :
widi ed walls resound in the chill crisply md j^.
ense of depression that I
in old air and the ascending twilight
the unearthed pillar and the specula)
JUST WHAT IS SICUKITV?
THE CENSOR SITS benignly at his desk Me reads .
ouslj No mention about military Installations? hi
assure him I ne No reference to any lecuril
He emphasizes 'an> you shrug to protect yourself and
curitj i- ., broad issue I've attacked the Prime Minis*
his opposition scoundrel What is security? Are you
the-, things'" li shrugs again -'it, ., free country
continues reading the column you're potting for pul
home it. chuckles That .. bit much.' be says laughu
his word- melted in the oo/e of a British accent 'So
are former British Zionists I "Do you really believe that al
its a rhetorical question, and he expecu no anawei
again He finishes reading, stamps and returns the copj It
censorship Now. you're back out in the city Night ha-
cended. and you wonder about his comment that its a fn
These are memories memories o. a dimly-rcmci:
"' WrtJ i Today, they have all the more meaning ;
in liuht of the recent arrest and conviction of two Bui
a breach of securit) The question remains What is sect! v
another- What is censorship-'
Israel has its quota of scandal writers and sensat
who thrive on the incredulity of a pubiic yearning for i
What, otherwise, is the need to relive the Kennedv assai
to await with open arms the landing here of a fleet of flyii
The quota is not only Israeli; it is international. "Bui :
tionale precisely here So does "Haolom Hazeh." So do mai public*
tions in Israel and elsewhere But the issue must revel..
our assessment of these newspapers and magazines for what the) art
This is simply a matter of taste and intelligence.

VHHATI0N BY THl ClMSOfS KAHD
|T MUST RATHER revolve around their right to be what .....j are,
our intellectual and emotional attitudes notwithstanding This i-
what is meant by a free press, and. I suppose, this is what it mesni
to be in a free country Censorship, a new experience to an itiated
correspondent, is a brush with the spirit of authority ui der the
best of circumstances Considering the sensitive militarj
the Arab vow to sweep Israel into the sea. you can un.l.
give and even cooperate with it. however grudgingly
Still, it is exotic foreign to your experience Your Is your
Observations, the spirit of your writing -seeminglv invio
- appear in the first instance violated by the censoi S hand Hi-
laughter, his chuckling, his questionsthey are all besidi
\ou do not stand before him waiting to be interrogated on
the two of you are in political agreement to pas* the test
mature sensibilities In fact, it is quite all right if you do
^ou have -imply presented your story for censorship of unintended
breaches of securitv
In any ease the violation can merely be "understood But
at what point do security and censorship cease being tj and
censorship suddenly to be turned into petulance- SJunuel Mor and
m ,ilan. perhaps, can answer this question Thev are not
correspondents at least subct to the amenities ol
po.itese and restraint They are laraelia dow Imprii
story in Bui that Moroccan intelligence had asked lsra< li u
to re!,, kulnap M.hd, Hen Barka. the MorocCM opp.
' '' David Landor. Israel's press officei
toe Hiil st ,,,,
Bui do you imprison two n< a
ns? l am not here suggesting that the I
' ii editoi
>n have submitted thai thev ire guilty ol a
inder."
J .
ITS ALL BtSIDf THf fOIHT
yHE truth in thl not ,|u. issue The li
sh|P itselfii .,,) tyrannies
Forget the Mor-Gilan affair What of the recent o st.
Kimche as editor of the Jewish Observer and Middle i .
**? Publication sponsored by the Zionist Federation of O
amain in London? Kimche quit because an early March Is
A"h "' weed in Critical terms the cum '
Israel naming in equally critical terms high Israe
mem officials whose policies be deplored (The Issue never
Kimihe sa:d that the difference of opinion occurred when he It
used to accept the instituting of a censorship bv th. / onisl Kederi
"on over reports to be published ." But it was Israel I
men.
... --------f ."-iiru DU. II Ws I.Man .....
I initol who ,n an effort several weeks ago to defeat s non motion m Parliament, gratuitously charged that the Observe! wanted
to publish material influenced hv a member of Bafi "with
ch is friendly." (Bafi la former Prime Minister B.
part]
Eshkol added that the Kimche article contained veil.
* **nU.nua,io1 toward Jewish ei
' '" tinu when such appeal- were b.
Whatever Eshkol's position on Kimche's col ; oDl>
Continued on Page 7-A


Friday. April 7. 1967
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Paqe 5-A
Beach Couple And
Newsman \\ ill Get
listadrul Awards

ATTGRMfS 10 HONOR lUSTICi DCVCLAS PAGt 7A
Presentation ol two of the high
bi Is ever bestowed by the
Histadrut Committee t *> Mr
.ml Mrs Morris Newmark and to
Mindlin will highlight the
, immunity-wide Third Seder at
the Fmintainbleau Hotel on April
26
I'll.- New-
marks. long-
11 in e Miami
Beach com-
v lead-
who have
ii bti t e d
tctant ial,
i roua con-
tributions to
llistadrul and
to the Ameri Mindlin
can Histadrut Development Foun-
i. will receive the coveted
State <)f Israel Pioneers Award.
MincMin, who is completing 16
years as executive editor of The
Jewish Floridian when he leaves
the newspaper later this month,
will become the first recipient
in the nation of the Isaac Him-
lin Memorial Award.
li.' will write a regular column
Ihi Miami Herald and join the
lacult) of Miami-Dade Junior Col-
following Mis departure
Announcement of the Signal hon-
11 made Wednesday by Ja-
il liiikin. chairman of the Third
: celebraUion and of the Great-
Miami Committee for Medical
rvices and Vocational Training
-
ither pei
l.'d to receive Ihe
Vward an I is spearheading
it i n t.i compli <
q tip ii 1.000 Greater
Anu! Technical High
ul in Kami', ii Ii
Mew marks have conti ibuted
for the establishment ol
dual clinics and a BJi!
Israel The sj nagogue, nam
riemorj ": Newmark-' par
is located in the Beth Avol
d home in Holon
Morris and Anna Newmark Med-
ical Clinics have been opened in
Ashkelon, Givath Aliyah, the Ro-
mema Quarter of Jerusalem and
the Rasscu Quarter of Jerusalem.
Newmark, lor.T-time treasurer
of the Greater Miami Israel His-
tadrut Committee, is a national
leader of the Histadrut Founda-
tion. He has been an active sup-
porter of the State of Israel
Bonds effort. United Jewish Ap-
peal and the Zionist Organiia-
tion of America.
Mrs. Newmark shares her hus
band's interest in Histadrut and
Israel The couple, who own the
Tides Hotel in Miami Beach, have
made four trips to Israel, where
they have witnessed the extensive
programs of Histadrut in medical
care, education, relogion. old age
assistance and other aspects of
Israel's extensive absorption prob-
lem.
Mindlin. whose scries on his
survey mission to Israel in 1964
attracted national attention, was
a good friend of the late Isaac
Hamlin, who died this year in
Jerusalem soon after a national
celebration <>f ins 75th birthday.
Hamlin was the first national di-
rector of the Israel Histadrut
campaign and organized the initial
Third Seder 35 years ago.
Winner of the Louis LaMed
Award for his outstanding col-
umns on Jewish culture, Mind-
lin serves on the boards of di
rectors of several organizations,
including the Histadrut and
American Friends of the Hebrew
University.
The Third Seder also will cele
In anniversary of the
establishment of the State ol Is
rael
Sam Feinstein. president of the
Greater Miami Israel Histadrut
Committee, i- co-chairman of the
Third Seder with Riflcin and Jack
S Popick, another national leadei
ol Israel causes who has sparked
the successful drive for Ihe Great-
er Miami Medical Center in Beer-
sheba, Israel.
Rabbi Leon Kronish, national
Forum for Adult Educ I
in the and:!'
Spinoza Forum Scheduled
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Page 7-A
AT LUNCHEON AT FONTAINEBIEAU
Attorneys to Honor Douglas
Men tliun 100 leading Greater
lawyers and certified pub
mutants will attend a lunch
n honoring United States Sup
Court Justice William 0
uglas on Apr. 27 at the Fontaine
. Hotel,
lice Douglas will remain hexe
dlowing bis participation in the
initj wide Third Seder to
ddres-s attorneys anil CPA's in be
il the American Histadrut De
i Foundation
Two Miami Beach civic lead-
er*, Herbert S. Shapiro and Mrs.
Anna Branner Meyers, rt co-
chairman for tha> lawyers and
accountants' committal of the
Histadrut Foundation. Both have
nad long records of servica to
ha State of Israel.
Shapiro is a past president of the
rlorida chapter of the American
nerids of the Hebrew University
i! serves OH the national board
i that organization. He baa head
.,] iiu- legal advisory committee of
ii ut for several yean and is
lent of the Hen's Club of Tom
pic Emanu El
Mrs Meyers is a member of the
County School Hoard, a tin
international, national and re
il officer of Women Attor-
i'>s' Associations and is a director
if the Carner Hank of Miami
i a< h
Justice Douglas has been idon
Shapiro
Mrs. Meyers
tified with Histadrut for virtuallj
Ins entire 28 years on the Supreme
Court He was the third national
recipient of the Histadrut Human-
itarian Award, following President
Harry S Truman and Vice Pro si-
dent Alben Harkley
The Histadrut Foundation al-
ready has raised more than S8,
400,000 for the support of the
long-range health, educational
and other welfare programs car-
ried out by Histadrut in Israel.
Funds *rm secured through an-
nuity and income programs, in-
surance policies, wills, bequests
and legacies.
Mrs Jennie Grossinger, of Miami
Beach, and Rabbi Leon Kronish
are national leaders of the Founda
tion.
A past president of the Miami
Beach Bar Association. Shapiro is
a Banner assistant county solici-
tor of Hade County and former
prosecuting attorney of North Ba\
Village. A trustee of the Asthmatic
Children's Foundation. Shapiro il
a director of the Hope School and
of the Greater Miami Hebrew Aca
demy
Shapiro ajsn is secretary of the
Southeast Region of the United
Synagogue of America, a menibei
of Temple Beth Sbolom, a formci
member of the law faculty at Pace
Institute and a past president of
the Florida Region of the National
Federation of Jewish Men's clubs.
Mrs Meyers has served as Greal
er Miami and Florida chairman of
the women's division of state of
Israel Bonds, as president of the
Greater Miami Chapter of lladas
sab. as women's division chairman
for the Greater Miami Jewish Fed
oration and Combined Jewish Ap-
peal and in top leadership roles
for the United Fund. Community
Chest and American Red Cross
during the week... as i see it
Continued from Page 4-A
lUS it is beside the point
nol only a gall-filled con
esMon of censorship reaching
ugly hand from the Hid
i t'i England across the
continent thou
By; it is political fool-
For it confe -< s to I he
. -. of Ihe Kimche cha
ii taatic that the ovi
-tumid not onlj et
- at home
nil
fit- two Bui editot s,
also had words to ->
thai** "security brei
making bis non conl di
a Jul> 4 American In
Daj i ally, w hert
,uhing is said at length when
hi be said far more bi ieftj
d Kshkol Hor and Gilan
lie freed from pi ison just be
ore Passover, which starts Vpt
4 a sop to outraged public
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Jewelry Group of the Combined Jewish Appeal in serious
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campaiqn. Attending the session are (left to nqht) Judd L
Young, Al Levinson, co-chairman. Irving Saal. Oscar Argon
tar, and Morris Rabinowitz. co-chairman.
in Jerusalem still blows cold to
day in the changing temperatures
of the city's erratic winds Once
again, I bear the censor say, "II -
,i free country Hut s0meda>.
some other censor, unwilling to
do less than interro ate ,. .-or
respondent on In- political
opinions -.imply to pa-- the I
ii> ,i lonely ami **[,.
w ill bring the misused powi r ol
> ater thii to
ii ship "i another Kit
or the impt ioonmt nl ol i
-id quite
arbitrarily I"
kai Then whal will mattei
in the pillar 1>
in a -In lu.sl outside '
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Commission on Synagogue Relations
Offers Guidelines on Sex Education
"Award of Excellence-' Is being shown by Maury Younq. pro-
gram chci'rmon of the Miami Beach Executives Club, to Rabbi
Alexander Gro tlie Hebrew Academy; Sister
Ann Catherine, pcii I St Patrii k'a School; and Dr. Sol-
omon Lichter, ; u pal of Miami B-ach Senioi Hiqh School.
'Award of i >xel!ence/ Beach Execs
Club Cita-Scfi, Goes to .Michael Waltzkin
Continued from Page 1-A
ten for the rducation of children
themselves.' he stressed Trained
leaders and traehers are essential
t.i supplement the role of patents
in helping a person with his sex
education, he added.
Kahhi Isaac N. Traimn. director
of the Commission, disclosed that
a recent survey of local Hebrew
Day Schools showed formal sex
education programs are rare in
the classroom, though most princi-
pal! felt that some kind of affec-
tive program should be introduced.
The most comprehensive program
encountered in the survej tn at
I ye Mv Which introduced the guh
jeet in the seventh grade, with
classes of boys and girls meeting
separately once a week foi a half
year term
The children are provided with
textbooks and taught about the
physiolog) ol the sexes, the repro
ductive proceaaes in animals and
humans, homosexuality and ma-
turbation. At the conclusion of tin-
unit, a pediatrician addresses the
children and answers their queS
tions. Throughout, religious stand
ards for sexual behavior are out-
lined bv the instructor
Tlv Y's and synagogues, Rabbi
Trainin pointed out, have the re-
sponsibility of developing un-
derstanding of the Jewish tradi-
tion regarding sex and family to
fill the moral vacuum created by
the failure of parents and schools
to provide modern approaches to
sex education, and the reluctance
of Jewish boards of education to
include sex education in school
curricula. The Jewish traditional
view regarding sex and the fam-
ily and the instruction of the
young was discussed at the con-
ference by Rabbi Norman Lamm.
id- said tha; sex education is
1 not a new phenomenon in Jewish
life, but has been an integral part
of the traditional approach to
ethical conduct
The conference was pad of a con
tlnuing examination of the sexual
revolution of our times and its un
pad on the Jewish community by
social workers, rabbis and volun-
teer workers, including the Jewish
Federation, which maintains 34
community centers and YM
YWHA's throughout the city and
aids more than 7(M) Jcwi-.li schools
in '.he metropolitan aiea
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Friday. April 7 '.967
Warm greetings to the Jewish veterans of the United States
are expressed by Israel Prime Minister Levi Eshkol as he
welcomes JWV National Commander Malcolm Tarlov to
Israel on the occasion of Tarlov's visit several weeks ago
to Israel.
Red China Gives Aid
To Arab 'Liberators'
Continued from Pafe 1A
slowdown of El Fatah's anti-ls-
rael depredations, for fear that
Israel might retaliate a-jainst
Syria. The El Fatah leaders had
declined to curb their terrorism
inside Israel, with the result that
the split between the sabotage
leaders and the Government is
widening.
e Department sources ~ai'l
n Washington meanwhile that the
, nited State-. Government had no
rmatioo to justif) Isi
Prime Minister Levi Eshkol ex
(l concern that the possibili-
: V let Cong 'or other Fat
mm" participation in train
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: no evi
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should I
ol Mr Eshhol's ivorrii s \ ithor
lained b)
he Un
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Ahmed si. il ai
about nta with the -
state- evaluation ol possible \ el
\i,,n ties produced no hard
evidence," -aid the officials,
Premier Eshkol had said in
leniaalem Sunday that the poesl
billtj of \ iet Cong "or other Far
Eaal Asian" participation in tram
and material support for Arab
guerrilla organixations must be
taken with all MiiouaneH which
il warrant- II- made the comment
in .i response to question a' a
ncbeon dealing with re-

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Temple's JNF Work Praised
Joseph Cohen, president of the
Jewish National Fund of Greater
Miami, on Wednesday lauded
Temple Sinai of Hollywood, its
spiritual leader. Kahbi Shapiro,
and education director. Oscar A.
Schinerler, for the outstanding
efforts and achievement- of the
children of the Religious School
in planting a Harden of tree- on the
occasion of its 25th annivemarj
The garden will he increased to
a grove." said Sehmerler 'Many
parents are following the example
of then children and planting tin -
lhis -arden. Initiating the Temple
Smai Grove, will symboliza the
eternal link of Temple Sinai with
the Jewish people thiou^h the Jew-
ish National Fund.
Tho-e who made the garden a
reality are
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"THE IMPOSSIBLE YEARS"
most active and its members have
met with Palestinian Arabs to ar-
range for combat training in North
Viet Nam for IM.O members. The
report said the first contingent of
PLO men has already returned to
bases in Syria from training in
Communi-t China and that the
t development is the agree-
ment fur a \ iet Cong mission in
Syna the mam base for PI. BC
tlVltle- aam-; Israel I
The Premier also -aid that ls-
r.iei had made DumeroUS conces
sion.- to the Arabs and suppc
partition of its territory three
tunes and thi- is whv w- can
make no mon nctasiona nor re-
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to right are Dt. Irving Lehrman spiritual
.er of Temple Emanu-El. Mis. Lehrman.
Leonard Abramson. Sisterhood president.
Mn Bernard Kaplan, chairman oi the day.
Mrs Max Boderman. and Mr. Boderman. Tejn
pie Emanu-El president, at the Sisterhood's
27th anniversary lunchern at the Fontaine-
bleau Hotel. High-lights cf the affair were the
"Second Generation" ceremonv and the pr-
sentation of scenes from the Broadway hit
show. "Cabaret." by the Temple Players, di-
rected by Tnxie Levin.
In accepting the chairmanship
Dr Henkin said. 'I have accepted
the chairmanship of this dinner be
cause it provides all of us at South
sate Towers with an opportunity to
become partners with the people of
Israel in developing a young nation
which has inspired the whole world
with its courageous pioneering and
successful growth in the face of
many serious obstacles and hard
ships
DR. ABRAHAM HENK/N
AJCong. Holds 'An Evening With Sholom Aleichem'
lOnor famed Yiddish humor on Saturday
olom Alcichcm. on the 50th Ben K>M.n WM fl.aUiri.d
of
of the Greater Miami
WIIA and Temple .ludea. ;i- well hined Jewish Anneal
on the
senary of his death. North program Esaon baa served m presi-
Eleanor Roosevelt Chapter.' dent of the Greater Miami V.M an<: sion
an lewiah Congress, apon
as being an active leader in Ma
sonic circles Currently, he is CO
chairman of the High-Rise Divi
Members of the committee of
hosts for the dinner met at a lunch
eon Monday in the Terrace Room
of Southgate Towers to complete
plans for the dinner Samuel Falitz
was named chairman of the host
committee Named co chairmen
were Jacob Bernstein. Kmanuel
Com-,13111111, Harry Burden. Abraham
Heller and Henry Kramer
"An Evening with sholom
em ,.t the home of Mr. and
Abraham Augenstein. 1050
:oth Ter No Miami Beach.
Students Chant
Megillah Service
Students of the Beth Solomoi
Congregation took a special course
in the chanting of the Scroll of
Esther in preparation for the Festi
\al of Purim, Saturday, 7 15 p.m,
an Sundaj at 9 a.m.
Scott Hemsky, Richard Levint
Jae Cohen and Dana Gold shared
with Rabbi Aharon M Feier in th j
traditional reading of the Meuillah

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Gardens Rd Rabbi Muton Schhnsky.
Cantor Maur.ce Neu.
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Or.. So. Miami Meforr.. Raoo-
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AMI. 137 NE 19th St Reform Pbb
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Rabbi Irwm Cuti"
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THE RABEI SPEAKS rP'." t-'": fh;^'-
When World Becomes
Full of Spirit of God
By
RABBI MAYER ABRAMOWITZ
Tomplo Menorah
Purim was celebrated last
week with the traditional Megil-
lah retdlng, children's carnivals
and the everpresent Hamanta-
hen which, unlike the tlrst two,
persist long after the deli^htlul
festival itself.
With the taste
of these delica-
cies still on our
palate, we look
back to the Pu-
rim celebration
It S unique and
unlikely combi-
nation of two
experiences of
Jewish life. On
the one hand, it
tells the story
of the arch-type
anti Semite
who is bent on ffobbi Abroaiowitt
destroying the Jews, and on the
other hand, the almost "paman-
like" carnival air which
erated within the sacred aval
the synagogue
The spirit ol Purim cai
med up in tl
we ha\ \\ e
the >-\ il irns

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has i
in today? Admittedly, there ire
no overt tyrants whose o!>
it is to destroy the Jews, certain-
ly not physically. Even thi
lem of Soviet Jewry is not one ol
physical persecution hut rathei
of spiritual genocide, whit
not bv as serious as the I
We are encouraged by the fact
that some of the reli
doms of our brethern bell
Iron Curtain are now bei
stituted. namely, tin- p.
to bake MaUohs this fortl
Passover
The Vatican 1I> reli
dom clause absolving
from the crime of deoci!, wa,
hopefully the beginning ol j mv
non-Jewish attituile ti
.lew and anti-bt mitism. Ii
the recent statements ol
Bea in his book, which I am
sure, in greaf pa 11 adopt
liberal approach to reli
dom. nonetheless i intan
eompromisuig nuances
oua provincialism in
thai non believers still ren
." ed and damned.
If only all religioi
the Jewish tl i
ciple ii-.it all will h ive
In the world

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I am looking for house numbei two.
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TEMPLE JUDEA. 5500 G-midj Bivd
Reform. Rum I K-aoer.
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TEMPLE MENORAH 6J0 '-1h St
Conservative. Rabh. Mayer AOram-
owili Cantor Nco Feidman.

TEMPLE NER TAMID 0tn St and
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradl
tional. RabDi ITOgene Laoovitx. Can
tor Edward Klein.
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TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative
S755 SW ISth St.. Miami Rabb
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Temporary office 1820 NE 164th St
Reform. Rabbi Ralph Kingsley
Cantor Chet Gale.
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TEMPLE SHOLOM 132 SW nth Ave..
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SYNOPSIS Or THE TCRAH PORTIONTAZRIA
.\ woman with new born child offers a sacril
"And if her means suffice not for a lamb, then she sha
take two tuttic r two young plgeona" tLe
TAZRIA Cleanliness and uncleanliness are further d<
here In relation to childbirth and leprosy If a woman b
rered, and bear a man child, then she shall be unclean
days And she shall continue in the blood of pui I
three days But if she beat a maid-child, then she shall '
Clean tWO weeks and she shall continue in the
purification threescore and gig days And when the day.
publication are lulfilled she will bring I lamb >f "r"'
year for a burnt-offering, and a young pigeon, or lurl
tor a sin-offering unto the door of the tent of meet
the priest' 1 et 12^ 8
Suspected lepeM 'k- brought to the priest wl
for seven days \ careful descripl i
varieties of leprosy i~ followed bj rules for the le
<:\ And the leper ill whom tin
his clothes shall be renl and the ban of his bead si.....
and he .shall cover his upper lip. and shall CTJ Unt
clean.' All the da>s wherein the plague is in him he sh*
clean; he is unclean, he shall dwell alone, without
shall his dwelling be" (Lev 19 18 4tii
tia recounting of the Weekly Portion of the Law if '
ii and based upon "Tho Graphic Kiatory of fhe Je*'*
Publisher '
Thi
tractod
Horitago edited by P. Wollman Tumir, $15
Shongold, and tho volume is available at II WiHiam S-. N*"
York 5. N.Y. President of tho tocioty dtribotin9 yoll"W
it Joseph Schlane..


lay. April 7. 1967
Jmittl fhrMmr
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e crt Beth Moshe Conqregction
condu led rr.day evening services recently.
is Mis. Miitcn Cohen. Students are
Andy bcrotsky. Michael Elkin, Martin Emmer.
Grant Kern, Barbara First. Pamela Gadol.
Stuart Hollender. Debbie Isaacs. Henry Lewin-
schn. Stephen Lcttenberg, Gary Marks Mar-
tin Nemenyi, Shelley Ser.feld, Richard Stark,
and Barbara Winson.
iholem Aleichem
ion-in-Law
asses in Israel
I TKI. AVIV -j (JTA> .! D
^'it.'h;ik Di \ Berkowitz, son in law
Sholem Aleichem. no-
' Rlist, winner of many
-lator most famous
br hi- 15-VOluiM translation of
holem Aleichem'a Yiddish works
hf" Hebrew dud here this week
i nf 81.
Bins were interred in the
>M Cemetery here, where other
noUs Jewish writers among
he::-. Max Nordau. Chain Nachman
lialik and Shaul Tchernichovsky
>arc buried.
Born in Sluisk, Ruuia, in Octo-
r. 1885, Mr. BerVowiti started
*rly in life to writ* both in
Hebrew and Yiddish, and first
sined recognition whtn collet
[ions of hit short storks appear
' in Cracow in Hebrew and in
Varsaw in Yiddish, both in 1910.
He married Esther Rabinowitz, a
laughter of Sholem Aleichem, in
active in both major Jew-
ages as writer, editor and
first came to the United
kith his father-in law in
turned to Russia, lived in
' mted States again from 1914
'921. and finally settled perm
! Palestine in 1928.
' mI the Tchernichovsky
twice lor his monumental
Ol Sholem Aleichem in
- il Milwaukee,
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Mr- Eat hi 1- s. 'iu
m. i and Mis -nil!.. Hi i
if I'h Inch iihia nil -i\ ch.l-
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1 .- Si rmandy Isle i*ha
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REV. PINCUS ALOOF
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Associated with Young Israel of
Greater Miami. 990 N.E. 171st
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Town Cates Attended.
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Mo. Miami Beach, flondo
COLE
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Mr 1 Hi. 1.1 aurvlvad bj hi*
Bettj a aon stf h. r 1 1
i.i written Bhelley A. mid Nancy B.
u >n- kjii --.. 1 ..
M Coh 11 and Hi 11.. n
Hi .i- ihe brother of ihe
la,ti M lion Coh n, Law n nee 1.
1 'in M01 1*1 ai .1 Hi nrj
1 H hi ill Vi-r. ? '
ilordon Piine-ral Home, uiih en-
1 1 nl n ihi ra.mll) ma soli im
Ml \.! -. \
WILNER
was awarded the Bialik
4 and the Israel Slat.
mis 11 volume col
' works, and last
"led the Biahk
' Municipality of Tel
entitled "Chap-
Mj 1 htildh >od '
APUO
Mllwa ikei .
rmi r Mia
died Apr t
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ris with a
Baj Rd i.il,.-i
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He came hen SO
..?'. Dm VVhI ihl:..'i. 11 .1
i-nei and fo :ndi r of ii>> W I
1- hi a no ia:*>n< <. ..f mih ni
Israel Forges Ties
With Rumania
Continued from Paoe 1-A
dm i tor and the Comptroller of
ton n exchange
It was indicated that Israel
hopei to improve further its
with Eastern European coun-
tries; > '1. liar bilateral
reements with other East Euro
peai servers said 'he'
successful talks indicated again
the independent atus which Ru-
seems t reached th
in thi 1 rri bloc Another in-
dicat 0 of the imports 111 with
which Israel viewed the agree
men! was the announcement that
Sapii would head the delegation
going to Bucharest for signin
thi pact.
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oil ,1 Mrt Harriett Be rnau In. all
of Wa chins ton, l' '". Mrs Prleda
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FISCHBEIN. Joarph. 71. ..I HO SE
nisi si s, r\ i.. > Api l .ii Newman
L'hapel.
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weinstein. IU-njHmln,
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I vi died Mar Hi came bore
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\ win sale rhoi mi n hant, he *..
: em E aal l '< al Hhoi l !oi p
Hi .. Maaon and -i Bhrlnor, i>f-
lonatd ti Beth David Synafofuai
and I hi limunah i ii ptei >i:s. and
r In I he Florida
. anci Hi i. aur-
a f< Ida i' aona,
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ter Kor>r .i da ighter, Minna Laa
K...1. :)i.. brother*, Zalman, lo-
an i Kara I r. r of Tel Aviv,
is,;,,!. ., Krandv n, Jack K.iuard
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liorcli n l' nual Home, lili Inter-
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Mlai era. Mor-
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Friday. April 7, 1967
Brandeis Univ. Associates
Hear Dean Berger Saturday
Brandois University, will deliver diction. Mrs. Alvin Phllip<*in. of
the invocation. Miami, president of the Miami
Rahbi Leon Kronish. of Temple Chapter. Brandeis Worn.a
Beth Sholoni, will Rive the bone- mittee. will extend ureetL-..
Or Stanley Ftehling, of Miami
Beach, is chairman of the annual
A.>sociates dinner dance of the
ireater Miami Branded University
.'luh on Saturdaj evening
The dinner and dance, lo hi' held
,i tl;i' Westview Country Club in
Miami at 8 p.m., will be preceded
. n ception al t p m tor guests
>i honor, Clarence Q Bei er, dean
Brandeis
tj. and Miss Bi ss M; i
Dr Freh ing, a Fel >
-
..iv v \ i itive con
- I lull.
Other Brandeis Fellows in the
Miami area are Samuel Fried-
land, Charles Fruchtman, I. Ely
Goldstein, Paul R. Gordon, Mrs.
Mrs. Jennie Grossinger, Mark L.
Harris, Marry Pearlman, Lewis
S. Rosenstiel, Jacob Sher and
Richard Waxenberg.
OR. STANltY mtHUNC
Assisting Dr Frehllng are E. Leeks, other President's Coun
Brandeis University President's cilors are Matthew Berman. Joseph
ouncilors Charles S Adler iclass E. Fisher. Ernest Janis, Morris
of'52). Philip Coleman and Herman Kleinman and Leonard II Stratus
Greater Miami Farband-Poale Zion
To Hold Jewish National Fund Function
Joseph Cohen, president of the
lewish National Fund of Greater
Miami this week praised the Far-
:>and Foale Zion movement "for!
ts support of the Jewish National
Fund and to Joseph V Zuckerman,
1m rman of the upcoming Farband
lewish National Fund meetinj
He also in. Vedm sday
if these veterans of the Farl
r Zionist movement who an
ii- a- !, .Man men of
the funt:,
ob C Fishman, Mayshie
Friedberg. Mr- Milton Green and
li Simoi Wilenskj. as well a- it*
o workers, Abraham Fraidlin, Wil
.iam Beekwith. Bernard Furman,
Morris Honigbaum, Joseph Klei
nan. Philip Kiau-s. Kl\ Mailin.
soiomon Parness, Abraham Ravin-
sky, Leon Orenstein, Morris Oren-
-tein. Oscar Shapiro. Mr. and Mrs
'oshua 7. Stadlan. Simon Teten-
laum. and Sender Wolson.
The function will be held Thurs-
day evening, Apr 13, at the Al-
gters Hotel.
"The function promises to be one
of the greatest ever held by our
movement.'' said Zuckerman. pre-
ident of the Lebediker Farband
Branch in Greater Miami
Guest speaker will be Dr Irving
Lehrman, chairman of the Founda
tion for the Jewish National Fund
in Greater Miami Dr Lehrman. in
the im itation, en pha
i I 'the i ink
plays today in strengthening the
security of the borders of Israel,"
and declared that for Israel to have
ure, it- deserts and and land
must be dei eloped
"The JNF has to undertake to
develop the least fertile land- of
Israel for the more productive
ones have already been developed
in the past oo years," Dr Lehrman
noted
Musical program is being ar-
ranged for the Apr 13 event Re-
freshments will he served
National Women s Committee is
represented on the committee by
Mrs Sidnev Schwartz, national.vice
president. Mrs. Robert Gordon,
president of the Broward loun
t> Chapter; Mrs Alvin Philipabn
(Class o| '621. president of the Mi-
ami Chapter and Mrs Arthur Jur
kowitz (class of '85). president of
the Miami Beach Chapter.
i ither members ol the Committee
an .'- rr> Blank, i Wil
liam Brown, !. o Chaiken,
William Ei<
. Jack Fi Idman
A. C. Fine, 1
(class
lieh and Samuel J
1 IU
Also Mrs Marl. Holzberg (class
.<> Arthur Jurkowitz, Harrj
an, Dr F II Kauders, Irving
\ Koshman, Mrs E it Leader
Ml and Mrs. Joel Meyer. Moil is I
Minov, Harold Mostkoff, Mrs
Ethel Nagler, Hen Novack, Abe
Novogrodaky, and Dr Ah in Philip
son.
Also Stanley Happaport. Gus
Roberts. Isadore Sapolsky, John N.
Serbin, Abraham Schorr. Sidnej
Schwartt, Mrs. Jacob Sher. Morris
Shilane, Sampson Sholes. Sam
Simonhoff. Bernard Troub, Leon-
ard Zilbert and Harry Zukernick.
The local Brandeis club is one
of many such groups of Associates
throughout the country comprising
the "foster alumni' of the Univei
Sity which is currently marking it-
18th annlversarj
Mrs Sidney m Schwartz, of Rivo
Island, .' v'u e president of the
National Women- Committee ol
Sartre Hopes For
Mideast Peace
Continued from Page 1-A
in relation- between
Israel and the Arab states, h<
as yet no favorable signs ol
peat i
The French plnln-phcr canceled
a scheduled meeting with Ctliel ol
Staff Yitzhak Rabin, as well as
visits to a number Of military in-
stallation- Though he did not give
a reason for his action, it was be
lieved that it was motivated bj i
desire to demonstrate his "anti-
militarism."
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Could be you twenty years from now.
Oh no? Putting something aside
so it cant happen to you ?
Well, how about taking some of it
and spreading it around?
Combined Jewish Appeal can make
your gift work for a lot of old people who'd
like to be more than human litter.
Tfeach them something they can still do.
Think about it.
A lot can happen in twenty years.
Miami Jewish Federation /1967 CJ \ Goal: $1,676,767
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cgnition of his accomplishments as past chairman of the
jpolitan Dade County Community Relations Board.
op Coleman F. Carroll is presented with a "Certificate of
eciaticn" from the Florida reaional beard of the Anti-
::iation League of B'nai B'rith. Presentation was made by
v E. Wolff, chairman of the ADL board. Lookinq on are
ir Teitelbaum (left. ADL reaional director, end Judge
iatn L. Pallet immediate past chairman of the ADL board.
Me Ami will grow and grow to one of the largest cultural
is in Israel." declared Herman Weisman president of
me Jewih National Fund of America, who was principal
.seek by the Greater Miami INF Council. Tribute crt the
.- eudah was paid to Dr. Irving Lehrman for his help in initiating
living Lehrman Cultural Center; Zev W. Kogan. originator
: Me Ami; and Joseph Cohen, president of the Greater Miami
sh National Fund. Judge Irving Cypen was toastmaster.
Pho'o shows (left to riqht) Cohen, Weisman. Dr. Lehrman.
ludge Cypen. and Kogan.
?Jewish Floridian
Miami, Florida, Friday. April 7, 1967
Section 3
ihood president N icnrlotte Goodman, and Men's
Club president William Stone, discuss the Purim Carnival at
Torah Congregation las! weekend.
Beth Torah Has
Carnival Affair
$387,767 to Go for '67 CJA
WOMWS PHOHlOGlfl PAGt SB
Busj days spent opening envelopes, tabulating
pledge cards and counting cash paid off at the
Combined Jewish Appeal campaign headquarters
this week :,s the CJA s campaign total scored to
Sl.289.ouo. leaving only S387.7ti7 remaining to
reach the 1967 campaign goal.
The total in dale, which represents 8,400 in
dividual contributions to the Combined Jewish
Appeal, removed all doubts thai the CJA would
reach the three-quarter goal mark in time for
its "Break Bread Breakfast" this Sunday morn
inn. at the Algiers Hotel.
The "Break Bread Breakfast," which features
as guest speaker Dr. Henry King Stanford, pres-
ident of the University of Miami, is expected
to be largely attended by CJA volunteer work-
ers. The volunteers will be called upon for
campaign progress reports of their individual
sections and divisions.
CJ \ campaign chairman, Milton Weiss, said
thai Combined Jewish Appeal hopes to report a
fieure of SI.325.000 at the "Break Bread Break
fast."
"This would leave S3soooo more to raise in
the remaining three weeks of the campaign," said
Weiss "This is the hardest money to gel
"I urge all CJA volunteer workers to cover
their unsolicited pledge cards this week and to
come to the Break Bread Breakfast' Sunday morn-
mi: with a pocketful of signed pledge card- and
1 pocketful of dreams for the needy .lews through
out the world who look to us to make their dreams
a reality."
l)ial-A-Thon to be Launched on Sunday
"Let your fingers do the walk campaign. .attainment of the 1967 campaign
inn' has become the April cam- t-jA -Dial-A Thon' will be kick- y"al
paign slogan of the Combined Jew- ed off at CJA'S "Break Bread The "Break Bread Breakfast,'
ish Appeal as it swings into a mas- Breakfast" this Sunday morning.
live community wide solicitation celebrating the threc
( ombined Men's club and S ster
h tod of Beth Torah sponsored
a Purim Carnivel, bazaai and sue
tion recently.
There were carnival rides, I
cake walk, game booths and Ho
Ho the clown to entertain Abe
Schorl and Mrs Sylvia Glaziei CO
chairmen of the af.'air. promised
lot- and lots ol BUperduper values
;ii the basaai and auction." which
was held in the social hall of
,iie temple, while the carnival
went on at the school
The auction was the highlight
of the weekend, with many worth
while items going at a fraction of
their value." the co-chairmen de-
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Rubin Prexy of So. Fla. BB
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' Eugene Laboviti spiritual leader of Ner Te
>n Eisenst^in and Meyer Leshen, rx riairmen; and Mur-
Shaw. president of 'he temple. Also dedicated will he a
Torah to the Jewish Chapel of the new Veterans Hospital.
Cantata written especially for the Sunday occasion will be
presented by Rabbi Labovitz and Cantor Edward Klein.
Purim Seudah Attracts 800 Here
Mark Rubin was installed aa
dent hi the B'nai B'l Ith Coun
cil of South Florida Lodges on Sun-
day, Apr 2, ;ii the < arillon li
succeeding Arthur l> Horwitz ["he
Council is an ad> isorj 01 anization
made ui> oi representatives from
all B nai B'rith Lodges in Dade and
Broward Counties
Highlight of the Installation pro
gram, beginning at 10 a.m. was
Rabbi Jaj Kaufman, executive vice
president of the Supreme Lodge of
B itl Rabb! Ki ifi lan is the
chief administrator of Ihe w i
arj -' lewi i Sen ice organiza-
tion, exti I i it ons "f
Hie free or d (leo inofi
A nt i Defamation League, and in
B'nal B'rith acth ities
Chairman of Ihe nominating
committee, Ji ck Kirschbaum, an-
nounces the following new officers
and trustees ol the Council will
serve with Rubin, president-elect
Samuel P woe, Miami Beach
Lodge; vice presidents, Sol J
Schreiber Coral Gables Lodg<
Sidney Kates, Ft Lauderdale
Lodge; Bernard M Potlock, Gilbt rt
J Balkin Lodge; Robert I. Gi
Hatikvah Lod
Mark-. < hai: treasurer Main
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PASSOVER
lacob C. Cohen Synagogue Pur-
in Seudah at the Deauville Hotel
attracted some 800 persons, ac-
ling to Pauline Hyman. lunch-
on chairman. This was the first
Siudah held by the congregation.
Prises were given to the mem-
mis who sold the largest nimilx
if tickets. First prize winners
.ut,. Mr. and Mrs Alfred l.ieber;
second prize. Mrs. Althea Gersteln;
third prise, Slgmund Kovets
Members ol the congregation as
listing in selling were Mr and Mrs
klfred Lieber, Mr and Mrs Ge
Simon, Mrs. Althea Gerstein, Sig
mund Kovats, Mr. and Mis .lack
11 rkish, Mr and Mrs Julian S< i
\nna Platt, Sam Stein,
Mrs \!>c Dlatt, Mrs Katie Zim-
man Mrs Elisabeth Klmmell,
s., hwartz, Sol K re vat, B D
in Israel Schenkman, Bert H
it oh Si drish, Simon Jaray,
Alex Litman and Mrs Joseph Hep
ner.
Rabbi Tibor II. Stern acted as
master of ceremonies. Cantor Mey-
er Engel offered a musical pro-
gram Sv Reeves, comedian, enter
tamed.
Has Real
Grandissimo
Ta'am
So good with so many dishes
spaghetti, macaroni or rice,
leftover meat or fish, cheese
and omelets. Made with juicy
plump tomators, spices and
tender mushrooms, h^.nd-
stirred and simmered to per-
fection for true Italian taste.
Keep plenty on hand.
TRY IT SOONI
Cantor to Speak on Music
Cantor NiCO Feldman. of Temple
Menorah, will speak on "Jewish
Music and its Development" at the
Chug Ivri meeting on Tuesday in
the librarj >l Temple Menorah.
Produced under strict Rabbinical supervision. Certificate on request
MR. FOOD BUYER. ..
OF HOTELS RESTAURANTS, HOSPITALS MEAT MARKETS 8. CATERERS
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POULTRY ?
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Just imagine the cleanliness,and the labor you save, by having your
poultry cleaned and koshered, ready to distribute to your customers.
A tremendous omount of effort has been put in to advance our industry
ond to give the kosher butcher something new and better to give to his
customers. Now we can offer that service. Take advantaqe of it.
Contact our dealers Price Them and see the difference.
WE HANDLE THE LARGEST
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1U cups chopped onions
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married almost nine years ago and hate J
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Mrs. Auila Miller. Vale) Mmm. PO .'
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Mis. Kstelle Sliftijn. I'liiladelphia. I'a. I
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friends considet mc a great cook. I ha\e
used Planters oil almost all my married
life end my family favors it belter thai at
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and have //c 1.' been without Planter' Oil,
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Mis. Jules Klrnin. I ilil/. IViMis\hani.
"Planters <'il has been a siapli I
home since I was a youngster. It is uNo
on my kitchen shelves and I 1 rid
excellent oil.Voui wonderl ul cookt* 1
therefore, come as < special boi
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Many thanks to Planten foi then gener-
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From scalloped hem to spotted sunglasses,
from door-length illusion to bare exposure in
blao chiffon, from white formal elegance to
topp ..g of a fringed umbrella from start to
finis] the "Leading Ladies" Luncheon of
the Combined Jewish Appeal's Young Wom-
en's Division was a "fashionable" success.
Theme of the luncheon was "It is fashionable
to give ... to the Young Women's_Divisi6n of
the CJA." Luncheon was Mar. 28 at the David
William.
lars in theii c .-. I on a star-
I lance ol the C ml ined lewis!-. Appeal's Young
on luncheon icr "leading lad.es" last week.
0 ti Mrs lean C. Lehman, CIA Women's Division
.man. and Mis. Robert Shapiro, president of
OUl I 'en's Division, who greets (right! guest speaker
L beauty queen. Miss Frieda Abrah
JWVA Gives
Service
Pins Here
West Miami Auxiliary. Jewish
War Veterans, was to hold a regu
lar meeting on Thursday. 8 p.m.
at tin' home ot Mi s Stanlej i
H-410 sw 36th SI
\h- Norman Burmai recently
^Installed, was to preside with ber
new staff ol officers
Mrs i hai lotte Bei
i, ild wt n to host tin meel n
r of t!" ir parei Mi
Mr-. If. ho will I
in a 1 lo Europe
n futun
to include b

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da presidenl l adii -
and past pn sidenl ol W esi
mi Auxiliarj Pins >>i service an I
appreciation were to be presented
to members who have givi n service
in the auxiliary for fiver ten and
15 war-
Women in Phone-O-Gift Drive
Wood iiiii of the Com-
Jewish tppeal has been
< eking all | i means ol sup
i the untj commu-
one such hand" was
. d b Fedei at ion ol
' wish Wom< ffiliate organ-
izatioi of the ater .Miami Jew
i-h deratioi w hich conducts the
annua CJA li
The Federation of Jewish Worn-
n, con posed of presidents of all
lew |sh won oi !anii itions in
Dade County, mel this wees at the
Miami B i me of Mr- Jennie
Gro singer Over 75 presidents at
iendi d the -. itherin listened to
the Combined Jewish Appeal story,
and left to take the Information
ihej learned back to the members
of their respective organizations.
n ii j to
bv ISABEL GROVE
Mrs Gustave Hartman, Miami
Beach resident, flies to New York
next week to accept a citation
from the National Jewish Well ire
Board at it- Golden Jubilee din-
ner at the Plaza on Tuesday ev-
ening The event will honor
the memory of her late husband
.Indue Gustave Hartman. and In
recognition of Mrs. Hartman's
"service through the years" .
Mrs Hartman was largely re-
sponsible for the creation of the
million dollar Gustave Hartman
YM and WHA in Far Rockaway.
N.Y.. an affiliate of NJWB.
e
Houseguesting with Mr. and
Mrs. Harry S. Schwartz. 1800 SW
17th St., the former Roberta Sch-
wartz and Ted Provder. of St.
Louis. Mo., with daughter Diana
who'll be here through the com-
ing holiday Fourteen-year-old
Diana, paying her first visit to
Miami and to her grandparent-
was the center of attraction at a
ption given by them in tl
ne on Sunday Family
bers at the gathering in
eluded Ted- parent.-. Mi
Mrs Herman Provder. Mr
Mrs. Sidney S. Schwartz. Hy Sen
wait/. Mr and Mrs Larry Stew
art. Mr. and Mrs, Maurv Moss
Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Moss, Mr
Mrs Robert Schwartz. Mr. and
Mrs Jack Jacobsen, Mr. and Mrs
Doug Schwartz and Herbert Sch-
wartz.
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A second boy. Brad Steven,
born to Jay and Barbara Goldber-
ger. 1231 VW 190th St.. on Mar
13 Joins brother David How-
ard, and grandfather. Abe Turoff.
of Miami Beach.
*
An unbelievable 1.300 people
streamed in. out and around the
Jennie Grossinger home during
the "Jennie" Art for ORT show
Continued on Pag* 12-B

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Phone O-Gift, a special telephone
solicitation project ol CJA's W
en's Division, was undertaken 1>\
the Federation of Jewish Women
a- their primary responsibility
Each organization will -rend one
day during the CJA campaign on
the phones soliciting pledges for
the Combined Jewish Appeal The
Federation of Jewish Women also
promised to seek oul new prospects
among their Chapter members as
potential contributors to CJA
Mrs Irving Lehrman, presidenl
of the Federation Of Jewish Worn
en, said that sin- was "delighted
with the magnificent turnout at
the Presidents Coffee "
The Federation of Jewish Worn
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port tin- Combined Jewish Appeal.''
said Mrs Lehrman. "The presi
dents are fullj aware of the Im
p rtai a successful CJA cam
II a- a prune factor in th>
tinned growth oi our community."
Part pleased with the
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ish W omen was Mis Jean C I eh
n aw. campaign chairman ol CJA's
Women's Division
The leaders of our women's
community have placed then
wholehearted support behind the
Combined Jewish Appeal
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Page 7-B
. &^fbout Jjcoplc and places .
A FAMILY GET TOGETHER
They aren't exactly a family yet, but they
will be when Ellen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
David P. Castman. i* wed to Philip, son of Mr.
.nid ftlrt. Alex Freidin. in Lajtfl August. The Frei-
dins had a luncheon so that the families could
together and visit. In addition to the bride
,iml groom-to-be, another conservation piece was
the frozen ice mould on the buffet table. It had
artificial flowers peeking out of the ice and a
ned-out place tor great fresh red strawber-
ries Family Included Julie Castman, Merle
Freidin, Mr and Mrs Morris Gidney. Mr. and
\li- Howard Freidin, Mrs Gussie Freidin, and
Mrs Anna Bilverstein.
A TISKET A TASKET
i he tables gt Westvievi Country Club looked
. iiilul with their centerpieces Ol baskets of
fruit and flowers the night that Dr. Lester A
Russia anri his Sarah had their cocktail buffet
part) The honored guest was I'rof Arthur Mel-
fcl and his wife, who came from Capetown. South
Vfrica Presently, he is professor of orthopedics
at Vi-lma Medical School in New York City
Vmong guests enjoying an evening of dancing
.Mic Dr and Mrs Alfred Hurwitl Dr and Mrs
Daniel Kuahner, Miss Bea Schwartz, Dr. and
Mrs Stanley Frehling, Mr and Mrs. Baron rie
llirsch Meyer. Mrs Lillian l.ipi>cit. Mr anri Mrs
David Catsman, Dr and Mrs .lack Greenberg,
and Miss Nettie Price
DID YOU EVER
She calls me Grandma," explained Elsie
Mrs Louis) Baston delightedly Really, now have
you ever heard of that before? Nancj Ellen Is
lit months old. and her Mania is the Easton'l
daughter, Linda, now Mrs Paul Kalos who is
visiting from New York City Elsie says that she
and her husband are ab&olutel) unbelieving be-
cause the baby is so smart. Easy to see that they
have joined the doting and grandparents club
JUST FOR FUN
It was a foursome who gave the lovch din-
ner party in the Umpire Room of the Eden Roc
Motel The hosts were Mr and Mrs Jules Gllck-
stein anri Mr. anri Mrs Mack Seldling. Both
hostesses greeted their guests dressed in mag-
nificent long white gowns The tables for ten
were in pink with lace The centerpieces were
most unusual, tall thin treelike things made of
metal intertwined with luscious pink carnations
with swinging pendants of pink brilliants, giving
a dazzling effect. Among guests wire Mr and
Mrs Samuel Kami. Mr and Mrs Morris I.apirius.
Mr. and Mrs Max /.oclerman. Mr. and Mrs. Rob-
ert Schwartzburg, Mr. and Mrs Joe Hart. Mr
and Mrs Nathan (lumcnick. Mr and Mrs Ed
Glickstein, Mr and Mrs Samuel Gertner, and
Mr anri Mrs. A. L. (ilickman There was a birth
day cake brought to where Ruth and Phil Isaacs
wen- seated. It was Ruth's birthday, and her
table helped her blow out the candles
JUST TO KNOW EACH OTHER BETTER
The wedding seems far off, but before you
know it. it will be June 8. anri the wedding oi
Bonn! Morris and Maury Wallock will take place
Vacation time came just right for Bonni so she
could be at home with her parents. Henry and
Dott) Morris and start the thrilling wedding
plans Bonni is doing her student teaching at
Boston Universit) and will be a sweet girl grad-
uate just before she becomes a bride Bonni's
sister, Cathy, came from Boston University for
i nation, too. So when Maury arrived, some of
the family came for dinner, including Judge and
Mrs Joseph Gersten and son Joe. vacationing
from NYC. and Mrs Joseph Morris
Frances Lehman
Members of the Sisterhood of TemDle Emanu-El review plans
for their installation and awards tea to be held en Wednesday,
Apr. 19. at the Eden Roc Hotel. Standina 'left to light) are
Mrs. Milton Smith, chairman, Rabbi Irving I.ehrman, Mrs
Leonard Abramson. president, and Mrs. Max Dinisman. pro-
gram vice president.
Mrs. Simon Due for Women's Award
Mrs Charles Simon has been
limed Parent of the Year l>\
1 e Hebrew Academv Women
The annual award will he pre
led to Mrs. Simon at a "Par
.w the Year" lunch* on
ti m will he next Wed
Mm Pontainebleau Hotel
Simon, in addition to h.
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Afternoon Chapter of "it.
Fight for Sight. Rader Poetry
Croup id Miami, and Miami Pal-
lette Club
Mr- Simon and her husband
live on Allison Island, and their
children attend the Acarieim
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Page 9-B
Friedman, Mslsen Exchange Vows fn Floral Garden
THE JEWISH Homo for (he
\..i! of Greater Miami hold
- 21sl annual meeting and dedi
ceremonies for tho Star-
Manor House. Guest speak
v.i^ i.eFtoy Collins, former
\ in,ii of the State of Florida.
Kor the occasion. Mrs. Harold
chose a black and white
Ik print in a three-piece alter-
ensemblc Mrs. Anna Bren-
Vfyers chose a blue and
herringbone weave in a
\ greige wool two piece
as worn by Mrs William
traub Mrs. Sol Sllverman'i
. k Italian knit featured a
.iiid white striped cowl
, > blue silk shantung with
shell was worn liy Mrs
Entine Mrs. Louis Ma
.-. as In a two piece knit
and silver with a high
i kline on her sheath
combined with gold
M s Vnna Stein
hrw piece ensembli fi a
i ikii i Mrs S
tht pink flowered
..Mci -he wore with her
pink Italian knit on
(., orgi I
knit atu ed a i i
yjz-i- LAWRENCE Silverman
k h w as pipi
red cat in Her i
ia i ear foal Ii n | h \
knit with a la I
I panel down the front
lici was chosen by Mrs
Ii \ Silver Mrs. Pauline Kam
.1- in an orange and white
with a modified bateau neck
and pockets at tho long tor-
I \ cherry rod Italian kn't
a draped cowl neckline wai
irn by Mrs. Kvelyn Nusbaum
Alfred Stone's boucle knit
i- in orange and gold and her
el was in the popular double |
asted cut Mrs. Ruth S'attner
is in a Saint Laurent ensemble
I honey beige sheer wool with
matching skimmer coat. Nar-
linos of white traced a faint]
k pattern on the dropped'
aist, double breasted coat. In
w n for the event was Mrs. Har
I Kronenberg, of Sarasota She
ire a sand and white woven
heath with embroidered circlets
: white scattered over the dress.
Mrs Nathan H. Rattnor was
raspberry and white three
k'ni \ beige shantung shift
M If fabric looped fringe at
m was chosen by Mrs Rose
Mrs Mark B. Warner's
royal blue knit sheath with :-...\>
and white at the scooped nock
hn< and short sleeves
kJKS. leah Wenig's royal blue
*W* knit was sottly tailored.
Mrs Jean Mermelstoin made tho
ice lemon knit coat which topped
her shocking pink knit ensemble.
White and shocking pink were the
colors which Mrs. Kit Freeman
combined in her three-piece en-
-< mole.
Mrs Eli Bernett's sand linen
suit featured a modified Chanel
jacket A white linen skimmer
with a cowl neckline in shocking
p:nk and coral was chosen by
Mrs Sidonie Kuddes Mrs. Irving
Cypen's white silk surrah dross
and matching coat wore trimmed
with black and white buttons.
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i : garden
i ai ty via n a j i"'-1
pathway banked with travert'ne-
tone I marble columns holding ver-
digris wrought ii" with yellow and white in>. tulips,
-looks and French mimosa Box-
wood garland roping entwined with
yellow flowers led to a springtime
gaid( n setting,
In a palladian garden resplen-
dent with palm trees and jasmine
hedges, a multitude of spring
flowers, foraythia and pussy wil-
lows burst forth In the center of
the garden on a platform of green
grass stood four travertine-toned
marble columns decorated with
boxwood garlands and lorsythia
holding the traditional weddin
floral canopy of spring flower"-"
Blossom Shop of Miami Beach de-
signed and ereated all the floral
decorations The -room is tho
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The bridi wore an Ivory alen-
Rabbi Axelrod At Roney Plaza
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Seders
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1 long fi
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Bridesmaid was Andrea Mil
ilsti r "I thi -i" >iii Brides.nationi
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Levine and Mrs Andrew Hall
Best Man was ftOOerl Hark., j
Groomsmen moluded Jeffrey K l
or and Daniel Appdrouth Ka en
Salloway, flower girl, and M. rk
SaUoway, ringbearer, niece ; nd
nephew Of the bride, shared hon
ors walking down the aisle.
Mother of the bride wore yellow
and a matching corsage of cym
bidium orchids Mother of 'he
groom wore goldan yellow and a
matching wristlet of eymbidiun
orchid -
Mrs. Boa Greenoerg, of Mont
real. Can. maternal grandmothei
of tht> groom, wore lime green and
a wristlet of green oymbidium or
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fn the Mediterranean Room wh<
the Spring Floral theme continued
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Fridcy. : \y*
Miss Rutienberg
Plans To Marry
Michael Gorchov
r- Vr- Harry Rjttenberg
Ob* East Sunns* Ave Coral >.a
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I(Hr Sher;.. '. ri*e. to
Michael Gorcao\ son of Mr and
Mr- B Gorchov, MM!
5ft 60th Ave Miami
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Miami Hadassah in Election
rfftmi Chapter of Hadawh has Hillel House at 12 30 p m.
scheduled an open chapter boars: Howard SchweiUer. proeraa
atiss suten nmtHMK
Diane Shapnick
Is Affianced
Mrs Rober L Shapr.xk a
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The future bridegroom u
f Mr arc: Mr- H>man T B<.t-
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Granddaughter of Mr and Mil
Harry Siherman. of Miami Bt-ach
the bnde-elect attends the L'hiwr
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*>e served. Election of chapter
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Albert Einstein Group
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Paqe 11-H

CJA Dial-A-Thon to be Launched Sunday
At 'Break Bread Breakfast' in Algiers
\
m
*n
m
!:ig the way for the pre-Passovei "Dial-A-
|hc:.' are Combined Jewish Appeal volunteers
lor the Jewish War Veterans who have al-
donated ten evenings soliciting for the
: ed Jewish Appeal. Ralph Rosofsky
i ng right), CJA chairman for JWV. is
joined here by (left to right, George Graham,
Herman Goldstein. Commander Bill Samet, Dr.
Frank Green and Edwin L. Feibielman, has
been directing hi volunteer workers' activities.
So far, JWV has secured over 700 pledges for
the 1967 Combined Jewish Appeal campaign.
Continued from Pag* IB
which features Dr Henry King
Stanford, president of the Uni-
versity of Miami, as guest speak-
er, will be held at 10 a.m. at the
Algiers Hotel.
Milton Weiss, campaign chair
man t the HttiT drive, said lhat
CJA will ii><- the pre-Passovei
''Dial A-Thon" in an attempt to
gel more widespread communit>
coverage of potential CJA contri-
butors
"All oi our campaign volunteei
workers have been asked to give
two or three hours of their time
on the telephone at CJA offices,"
aid Weiss "With their help, we
expect to raise aboul 1150,000 dur-
ing the Dial A-Thon.'
"Add that money to the con
Uniting efforts of our volunteers
on ;i personal solicitation basis."
stated Weiss, "and it looks Wrr !lie
CJA campaign has a good chanci
of winding up as a winner in 1967
Spa Director To
Ta'k on Health
On Fridaj at l 30 p m., th<
Greater Miami Culture Group foi
the I. L. Pereta Workmen's Circli
Schools will hold its monthly meet
Ing at Washington Federal 1234
Washington Ave
Dr. Karl Norman Kalm will
speak on "Keeping Healthy With
All the New Medual Knowledge.'
I)r. Kahn is director of the new
Warm Springs Spa in W ;i r m
Springs, Pla
Mrs Mar) Daniels will have
tickets for the school Thud Sedei
on Sunday. Apr 30, a! which chil
dren between 7 and 12 will pre
sent a secular Haggadah in %"idelish
MEMBER BRING A MEMBER
.000th Hadassah Member
llenrj B Werniek, presi
liami Beach Chapter of Ha-
has scheduled the final
n'- r bring a new member
for Thursday. 11 a m at
|r. Lipschitz Is
>uest Speaker
Mem rah w ill sponsor
>\ \ l. pschiU .i-
m ii" Epic oi (hi l<
baaed !
el I He sdaj evenu !
.,: I \!\ -1:i ii
,;l he has'
I he Saintl) Men ol
in Michener best w llinn
.i/ spiritual leader ol
:.ih Congregation, was ni
.it Isaac IMchanan Theole
N minar) Me received his
te at the I'nivcrsi'v of \\ is
wrote his thesis on
fe of the Gur." one ot the
Iniji men in t'hassidic his-
I
I
lecture will beuin at p m
lei (ilickman will chair the
- and will conduct the
i nd answer period.
the home ol Mrs Jennie Grossing
er. 5<141 Pine Tree Dl Mi- GrOS
linget vv.is lo host ihe affair.
Highlight of tin- event, to which
all new members and sponsors an'
invited, was to he the choosing ol
th' "5.000th" new member of Ha
dassah Program was to featun
Mrs Dorothj Krieger Kink .,-
^uest speaker \ musical program
.I- to he included in the after
noon's entertainment The
m ,i sei ies oi B t|!>- Studj
Group sessions .;.
, ; i- s, heilu ed .! 12.30
p m ..i assart a
Lincoln IM Mr- Mar) Gcrtsman
md Nil- Ar.n.i Wcisj will host the
scs-ion Mrs Sanford Jncobson.
chairman ot the Bible si scions, will
ilisciiss Psalm 90 from the Hook ol
Psalms
Bay Harbor Group will hold its
regular monthly meeting on Mon
day, 11 ::*0 a.m., at the Balmoral
Hotel. Luncheon will he served at
noon Highlight of the day will be
a musical by Mrs. Ida Mae I.evine.
accompanied at the piano by Mrs
Olga B Stern Mrs Joseph Epstein
is president,
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Deborah Group will hold its refl
'ilar monthh meeting at the home
of Mlt. .lack Miller. 9050 Col-
lins A\e on Monday, l p m Des
scrt and coffee will he served, and
i special program will he featured
Mrs Charles Gertier is president
Forte Towers Group will hold its
regular monthh meetina on Mon
day. 12:30 p m in the N Buildine
Vudito i Special lion will
be Mrs Frasher, director
>| Weight Watchers of Gn
Miami, w ho v uss "Boill
'he Bui e Mrs Frances M s.i--
is presid
Henl Group will hold its annual
Vouth Aliyah bruncheon on Wed
nesdav noon in the Green Boom of
the Imperial House Feature of the
day will In- a musical pro-ram ar
ranged b) Mrs Leo Chaikin, chair
man. and Mrs Arnold Seeder, CO
chairman of the affair Mrs Milton
Welnberg is president
*
Sophie Tucker Group will hold
its regular monthly meeting on
Monday, 12:30 p.m.. at the Coastal
Towers A social half hour will pre
cede the meeting One of the high
lights of the afternoon will he a
tilm of many countries shown by
Samuel (iluck. world traveler
Election of officers will take place,
and Mrs Ida Skolmck. chairman
will complete the afuhan project
Mrs Edward Rothatein Is presi
dent
e
Stephen S. Wise Group will hold
its installation luncheon on Mon
day. 11:30 a.m.. at the Deauville
Hotel. Installation officer will be
Mrs Henry B. Werniek. president
Of chapter Mrs. Aida Yaslo. pro
gram chairman, has arranged ,i
musical with Rose Byrum. soprano,
in a cavalcade of songs, with Mrs
Yaslo, accompanist Mrs. Abraham
Magid is incoming president.
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Champagne Fete
For 11th Birthday
Sisterhood of Temple Or <>lom
is celehrating its 11th huthday
with a "Champagne Dinner'" on
Sunday. Apr 9. 7:30 p.ni at the
temple social hall
Music will he hy Boh Parent and
his hand. Entertainment will he
the singing comedienne. Trudy
lawrence.
Chairman is Mrs Lawrence
Wulkan. Mrs Albert Solo is Sister
hood president, and Rabbi Ralph
GUxman is spiritual leader of the
congregation._______
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Friday. Ao:.' '
<^ o c i a it t e ri/ v^r 0 a b e I L^
rove
Continued from Tjgt 5-B
1
ition 1


ign<
pui
St< arn, Esther P nve I
Rand. Mrs Eva Shapiro.
Kramer, Esl Tina
Winer. Dutch Hoff. Bert Zalles,
Blanche Rosenblatt. El Stark
Mrs. Ellie Stryker. l.ee Gardiu
Ronnie Kahn. Zee Jacobson
Eleanor Classman, and Bobbie
Klinger .
Mrs. Harold Schneider, region
president, presented awaid- to
Jim Cooper, who took first prize,
Edna Glaubman. second prize.
and runners up Ronnie Bogave.
Sam Grodensky and Shirna Si
monhoff
Over 350 guests attended the
delightful party given by Dr. ind
Mrs. Morton Rosenbluth on Mar
25 in honor of son Hal who had
celebrated his Bar Mitzvah ear-
lier in the day For the cock-
tail buffet and your.net dinne".
the Regency Room of the Diplo-
Friedmans Mark
60th Anniversary
Mr and Mr.- H;u rj J Friedti
1 rlj of New burgh N Y
now living al the Crystal H
5055 Collins v their
50th wedding ann
0
An
in their familj i

Menorah Offers
pyrim Acserohly
Holiday Pro^rcm
Studei '
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Re-
freihn i i I
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Follow:
,01 \ ices bi Mayer
Vbramowitz, a gala Purim n
festival was offered with Hebrew
and Yidish sell i lions
kmong those were
tor Nieo Feldman 'he Miami
Mandolin Orche tra, Jewish humor-
Jay Fine, and Aida Yaslo at
tlii piano.
tin Sunday morning, the temple
sponsored a Purim carnival which
ini uded prizes for all children in
ime, holiday games and tradi-
tional refreshments.
Al the same time the men of
Hit congregation gathered for the
1 a 1 Purim bieakl
coral i

u! I
a :
n't end until
was lests in
ci ii eluded Mi and Mrs
rj Sii r Mr. and Mi
I ai e I Hal's grandparents, Dr.
Mrs Jack Rosenbluth and
Mr and Mrs Hyman Pradi
Leavin \ so >n for a lengthy stay-
in Israel, Mr and Mrs Sam
Hershkowitz will be honored peri-
odically all day on Saturda> at
Agudath Israel Institute Din-
ing services in the morning. Dr.
[saac Hir-h Ever will pay tri-
bute to the couple in a sermon
titled Make Your Faith Attrac-
tive" The midday reception
will fete the honoree-. who have
been active members of the syn-
agogue board of directors for
many years, and have won the
admiration and affection of the
membership In a return ger-
ture. the popular Mr. and Mrs
Hershkowitz will pla\ host to
their main friends wishing them
" -
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i-.-nt hi '
1
1
H M II hO
lives hei ind his da
tt-r Mrs. otto Chase *
in from Buffalo for the festivit
*
Spain. France. Switzerland. It
al) and Enuland are on tht- hon-
eymoon itinerary for the former
Lynne Barbara Durbin and Jack
P. Packar for whom weduing
bells rang on Mar 25 Parents
of the couple, who will live in
Miami when they return from
their wedding trip are Mr. and
Mrs I. Abe Durbin. of Hollywood.
Fla and Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Packar. of Miami Beach .
Among the many out-of-town
guests here tor the nuptials were
the bride's grandparents. Mr and
Mrs H. Weisfeld. Mr. and Mrs.
Murray Sussman. Mr. and Mrs.
Leonard Mehr. Mr. and Mrs. I.
Rumack. and Mr. and Mrs Sam
Sussman. all of Toronto Also
Mrs. Jeanette T. Cameron, ot Los
Angeles, Mr and Mrs. Kenneth
Rappopert and Mrs Tillie Good-
man, of Philadelphia
Miamian Chairs
Urban Confab
Edward, son of Mr and Mrs H.
Vbbott, 748o SW 130th SI was re
pointed finance chairman
>f tin l rbai Conference si George
IVashii gton L'niversitj Law School.
The conference, I niversitj
supported -indent effort, will exa
mine the law and its relationship
to tin Urban Cor i
D on Ma) 1 I aw
A Kd
Miami based
\b Bit!
,i- well as servii \.';.
Law Si I A
the I
1
VYeekei
in coo|
; -
worked foi ( n
Dantc Fascell,
MS. AND MKS. fltllDMAH
Party to Aid New Vet Hospital
All fund- rsised at the Jewish
War Veterans Post and Auxiliary
of Miami Beach annual part, on
Thursday at the American Legion
Hall. 1828 Alton Rd are pie
to the new Veterans Hospital in
Miami to be completed in June
Mrs Herman I.a/an:- \ .-.lliary
president.
Rabbi Rosenfeld
On Ladies' Agenda
The regular meetinu of Beth
Moshe Sisterhood will be h-ld on
Monday, 8:15 p.m in Popiel s<
Hall.
Mrs Burton Streit. president,
will (induct the meetings
The program will he a talk on
"Passover Nostalgia," by Rabbi
David Rosenfeld
The slate of officers for the
coming season will *>,. submitted
b) Mrs Jay Rand, chairman of 'he
nominating committee
Refreshments and social hour
will follow
Scholarship awards to Israel and tho Na-
tional United Synaqogue Youth Camp are
made at a recently-concluded USY convention
in Palm Beach. In photo at left are (left to right)
Larry Arem, B'nai Raphael Congregation;
Sherri Silverman Jacksonville Jewish Center,
receiving fheir scholarships from Joseph Gold-
en, chairman of the Southeast Region USY
Youth Commission. Photo at right shows (left
to right) David Winton. Beth Torah Congrega-
tion; Ellen Schorr, also Beth Torah. receiving
their awards from Rabbi Allen Rutchik, direc-
tor of the USY Southeast region. Scholarships
are made available to the Building Spiritual
Bridges program oi the region, a campaign de-
signed to help maintain a center of the Jewish
Theological Seminary in Jerusalem.

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MKS. BtNJAMIN STtiNMUtlE*
AT ALGIERS HOTEL
Home of Aged
Donor Luncheon
Set for Sunday
Gala donor runcheon sponsored
by the Greater Miami Women's
Auxiliary. Jewish Home for the
Aged, is scheduled for Sunday,
11:45 a.m. at the Algiers Hotel
Co-chairmen of the honor project
are Mrs. Benjamin Steinmuller and
Mrs Nathan Serotta. Mrs Rose
Roth and Mrs Anna Andrews
Mr- Lawrence Silverman. Atix
iliarj president, will greet the
- Mrs Steinmuller will offer
the m- -i.:e of welcome, and Mrs
R Roth will (five the ini w
Donor cake-lighting ceremony will
ducted by Mrs Sol Silver-
' te henorarj president
linmenl I
will ; Blue Coi

Ml I
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Hospital Says
Thank You'
National Children- Cai H-J
pital hosted I reivpt*
100 volunteers la-t week) '
hospitals cafeteria
This was the hospital
saying "Thank You"' to t ma
chapter members and out
unteera who tagged thi
Greater Miami during the r'ebn
ary Tag Day campaign
Corsages were presented
of these hardworking chapter
chairmen:
Mrs. Rose Rubinstein. Mum
chapter: Mrs Rae Rosen11 Mia
mi chapter: Mrs rave i
Flamingo chapter: Mr- Jack e I
ci. North Dade chapter, ai Mr-
Rae Brody. Miami Beach i
Entertainment was prot
Bob Wallace, the "Mr
for Planters Peanuts
Spring Luncheon
Thursday Noon
Pi lia l.cl.it \ '
hold its annual spi ll
- arillon I
Dr ftiort U '- [I
> on ran I |
be ''" -

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SHOPPING AROUND
gau -. p with
Duffy Mott Fruit
Y iu can give everj Passover
meal VOU Serve and in be)
snacks, too new interests and
variet) with Kosher I. Pesach
Mott's Fruit Treats chunky
- with Apru-ots. Raspberries.
Strawberry -
You'll find these favorite fruit
among the "Pesach-
dig" delicscie in > n arkel All
five varieties ling Chunk)
Apples with Pineapple ami t. her
ire iliable all year round,
always with the K foi kosher on
the label, of course The special
pack is an answer to the
wishes of housewives who have
made a habit of enjoying Mott's
Fruit Treats, a habit they never
to break, even during Pass
over
Serve this delightful, colorful
fruit Mt ml just it comes
from the jar to accompany matzo
biei"' and mat/o inehl" pancakes,
Or with potato latkes. Add I bit
of ipice or a little win-, and you
I delicious fruit relish or com-
poie especially gOOd With l>ul
I it pour festive holida) table
during Passover week, when
you want something special try
Mott Fruit Treats as filling for
blintzes, \' ith cheese
the nlint/e- are a main
I for luncheon or supperor
without cheese aa a sophisticated
rt after a meat meal
Top I mound of cottage Cbi
with Moii Fruit Treats lor i light
dying meal good idea
for dieters at any time of the year
*
TeHey Tm
art housewives will be read)
Passover entertaining just as
t y yeai T!,cst> are the
arho servi
Tea e\ erj season 4 the r'"
.> Tea like the e:
brings, know no seas n P'r
oi the scene no matte
weathei
Nothing will tak- tl i ,;'
in late w inter "i earl)
i: and mole pit a- I
cup of piping hoi Tetle; i l*
H a i- the onl) '
i- "tin) little
v '" I -
cup after cup
It's no wondei ,; T''J
- the tea drii ker's l
favorite of families < ,
von are not I tea dl i
more reason to 11 > petle) xu;
find it a welcome
your regular drink
von are drinking I
money can bu)
Sunsweet Prunes
Any housewife wi
usually keen- a -I
hand for her fai
during this seasoi
bus) planning tor r
Seller way i> there
family "noshers"
sweet Prunes'
Sunsweet Prum
California an
ripened, S
prunes Sealed ll
able inner ba
., foil wrapped
iuic) moist, Sui
The versatilit)
rrunes for mean
makes II a stands
in all modern to
Include Kosher foi
sweet Prune- on
shopping list


ridcy, April 7. 1967
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Page 13-B
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T,
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Manny Grott
On Saturday, Apr 8, at Temiile
kfereth .lacob. Manny, son of Mrs.
|via |ro*v will become Bar Mitzvah.
> ; ,i seventh grade stu-
nt ai Filer Junior High School.
the clarinet in the band
d i~ interested in baseball, foot-
ill, i iriK pong and tennis.
A luncheon will be served fol-
-ei vices.
Among out-of-town guests will
hi- paternal grandmother, Mrs.
: p< r, New York.
Jill Aironton
arol, daughter of Mr. and
Ibur Aaronson. 7555 SW
V will become Bas Mitzvah
!. David on Saturday. Apr. 8
| ,i seventh grade student
High and has been
I Beth David Religious
[t the past year and a
is interested in drawing
ling.
M: and Mra Harry Aaronson.
nil of Jill, will attend
and Kiddush sponsor-
(b\ her parents.
Mark Wilensky
nnrning services on
i at ( ongregation K nai Ra-
te! included the Bar Mitzvah of
rk Steven, son of Mr. and Mrs
Wilenslty, 1351 NW 197th
I seventh grade student
| ml Junior High. He was
: lent of the American Le-
! medal award for scholar
and services upon graduation
from Norland Elemen-
. and sorted as the schools
r ident of the student body.
iliests at the Bar Mitzvah ob-
ranei included the celebrant's
kndparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ber-
[(I Horning, of New York lity.
Mr and Mrs. George Wilcn-
of N Miami Beach.
*
Richard Mindelt
- at Temple Sinai of North
di to !( held at Washington
1 let 6139 \K 167th St., will tea
the Bar Mitzvah of Richard.
Mr and Mrs. Robert W.
Aff
Ds
tt
at Thomas Jefferson Junior High,
and at the Temple Sinai Religious
School. He plays the guitar, and
his hobby is model car building.
Guests at the Bar Mitzvah will
include Richard's grandmother.
Mrs. Minnie Mindel. Miami Beach,
and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Goldfarb. Baltimore, Md

Wayne LeventHal
Wayne, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Norman Lcventhal. of W. Miami,
will observe his Bar Mitzvah on
Saturday morning. Apr. 8. at
Temple Zion.
Wayne is a seventh grade stu-
dent at West Miami Junior High,
is a member of the school band
and participates In sports activi-
ties.
Mr and Mrs lcventhal will host
th" Kiddosh following the serv-
ices, and a reception and dinner at
the Biscay tie Terrace
Among out of town guests will
be Mrs Maiy lcventhal, grand-
mother of the Bar Mitzvah.
Orn Brnn*r
Oren Z\i. son oi Mt, and Mrs
Sam Brenner, will become Bar
Mit/vah on Saturday. Apr. 8. at
Temple F.manu-F.1.
Oren is in the seventh grade at
Nautilus Junior High School He
excels in mathematics and is in-
terested in boating and fishing
The celebrant will be honored at
a Kiddush in Sirkin Hall following
ihe service.
tea
Michael Newman
Michael Paul, son of Mr and
Mrs. Nathan Newman, will become
Bar Mitzvah on Saturday. Apr 8.
at Temple Beth Am .
Michael attends the Religious
School and i a seventh grade stu-
dent at South Miami Junior High.
He is a Boy Scout. His speciol in-
terest is science.
The celebrant will be honored
at a luncheon and reception in the
Youth Lounge following the serv-
ices.
Among guests attending will be
Michael's grandparents. Mr. and
Mrs William Retskin. of Miami
Beach
Matt Goldman
Matt David will be Bar Mitzvah

iiuclor Jim Jcckson coaches a few of his Camp Ocala pupils
'"-e fine arts of tumbling and trampoline. Camp Ocala.
ich begins its 13th season this summer in the Ocala Na-
tta] Forest, also offers a full summer of boatinq. horseback-
'g. riilery, fencing, and the arts, along with an educa-
d proqram desiqned for students who need evtra work
uch subjects as reading, math and Bar Mitzvah prepara-
At the end of each summer. Camp Ocala's campers
nt a full-fledged tumbling and trampoline show. Direc-
oi Camp Ocala include Dr. Theodore Stnihl. Leonard and
Wollman, and Ben Miller.
Oren Brenner Wayne levenfhaf Michael Newman Mark kVilensky
Mark Softer
Jiff aaronson
at Temple Judea of Coral Gables
on Saturday. Apr. 8. Matt is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Bennett Gold-
man. 843 Faradiso. Coral Gables,
and grandson of Mr. and Mrs.
Maurice Abel son. Miami.
The celebrant is in the seventh
grade at Ponce Junior High, where
Be is active in intramural pro-
grams, and plays the tenor saxo
phone in the school band. Matt
spends his winter school vacation
in Vermont, where he snow skis.
Among out-of-town relatives will
be his grandparents. Mr. and Mrs.
William Goldman, of Boston. Mass.
His parents will host the Kid-
dush in his honor.

Mark Saffer
Mark, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ber
nard Saffer. 5915 SW 94th Ave.,
will mark his Bar Mitzvah during
Saturday morning services, Apr 8.
at Temple Or Olom.
In the seventh grade at Glades
Junior High, the celebrant is an
active athlete and a member of
Tropical Park Khoury League.
Mr. and Mrs. Saffer will host
the Kiddush following the cere-
mony on Saturday, and will honor
their son at a reception in their
home in the evening.
Israel Program for Hi-Schoolers Told
Registration for a program of
a year's study in Israel (or second-
year American high school stu-
dents, beginning with the 1967-68
academic year is now under way.
according to Rabbi Moidecai ("her
toff, director of the American-
Israel Secondary School Program,
winch has offices in New York
City.
The program has been endorsed
by Dr. Bernard K. Donovan. New
York City Superintendent of
Schools, who stated that he is
"pleased to endorse this program
and recommend it for qualified
students "
Two leading Israeli secondary
schools. Alonei Yitzhak in the
Chomron Valley about five miles
from Caasarea, and Shafir's Ye-
shivat Or Etiion, in th* Lachish
area near Ashkelon, are par-
ticipating in th* program.
Both schools will offer full
.American second-year high school!
programs augmented bj special
course- in th- Hebrew langu.it*
and Israeli studies The lull fee
for the year, including tuition and
board, and including the six week
preparatory I'lpan beginning in,
mid-July, is si.440.
The curriculum to be offered at
both schools has been approved by
an advisory committee of noted
American educators and will be su-
pervised by the Israel Ministry of
Csucation. The American curricu-
lum has been generally patterned
on that of the American Embassy
School in Herzliah. maintained
largely for the children of English-
speaking personnel which similar
ly prepares students for return to'
American schools.
The academic year, set to begin
next September, will be preceded
by a six week course in Hebrew.
beginning in mid-July, at an Ulpan
in Israel.
The general courses will be
taught in Er-jlish with the Jud
aica courses taught in Hebrew as
much as possible.
Both schools will offer courses
in the Hebrew language and liter-
ature, Bible, history of the Jewish
people. Biblical Days and Second
lemple. and Israel Today. At Sha-
lir. there will be special empha
sis on Torah studies, including
Talmud. Tosafoth. Dinim and Jew
ish Philosophy
Full information on the new
program, including detailed de-
scriptions of the curricula at both
schools, is available on request ad-
dressed to the American-Israel
Secondary School Program, 515
Park Ave.. New York. 10022.
Organizations Can tonmdWmU Prize
Win Awards From
Empire Poultry
Jewish charitable and social or-
ganizations across the nation are
earning valuable merchandising
awards in a unique plan olfered by
a leading processor Of Kosher noul-
i rj
Empire Kosher Poultry. Inc.
reveals that over a thousand or
ganizations, such as Hadassah, Mi-
trachi, B'nai B'rith Women. Orth-
odox Union, Young Israel. ORT,
Deborah. Eastern Star, congrega-
tions ami sisterhoods, and many
others, are registered participants
in th" Empire Fund Raiser Plan.
Organization members merely
clip specified portions of Empire -
various frozen poultry packages
and give them to their fund
er or way- and means committee
chairman. Each package clipping
turned in t<> Empire earns from
three to nine points. The organiza
lion i l ems them t"i- mer nan-
I.., it desires from a 100-pag<
i uli color catalog.
Such merchandise is then used
b> the o 'ii as a
tn an ion, or award< d as a
gift oi lion irarium, or us*
si additional cash money
The current Empire Fund Raiser
Plan \, ires Maj 31, and Empire
II participatii oi an ca
lions to send in accumulated |
- ( thai date.
ST.
Rabbi Landau
New Region Veep
During the conference of the
Southeast Region Rabbinical As
semhly. held in Gainesville on Mar
21. at the B'nai B'rith Hillel Foun
iion, Habbi Sol Landau, of Beth
David Congregation, was elected ;
vice president.
During the conference, attended
by Conservative rabbis, he also
met with students of his congrega
tion at a special convocation nan ,
quet and addressed more than 150
persons on "What Can Organized
Religion Do for Me?"
A trip around the world for two
via TWA will be the grand prize
being offered by Paradise Resorts,
comprising the Beau Rivage.
Chateau and Sahara hotels, in
their "Face of Fun at Paradise
Resorts" photography contest
which begins Apr. 25 and contin-
ues through Dec. 15. The contest
will be open to the public, but
all photographs must be taken at
any one of the three hotels
ROOM AND BOARD
KOSHER HOME
Walking Dminit to
Synagogue-MO -M38
Sunday Concert,
Supper on Beach
A choir of some 50 adults and
children presented ;i musical pre
gram at Temple Beth Sholom on
Sunday from 4 to 6 p.m in th
temple sanctuary under the I
of Cantor David Com
The program, con I
and excerpts from operas and on
tones, also !< atun .
and piano sell ctioil I
hands
Soloists m the hoi
Stamm, Steven Farbei St i
en, Fi.iti
del Gn gor> Mai '
: i Torken In thi dull
Kutli Williams Sa
Piano duets wen i bj
Morse Haithu ail
The conceit, under the
of the Beth Sholom Sisterhood
tival of the Arts. was followed b>
a supper In the temple auditorium.
Mrs Leonard Miller was chair-
man of the function, and Mrs Sey-
mour Silverman is president of the
Sisterhood.
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Friday. April 7
1967J
Essay and Art Contest Award Winners
Receive Their Prizes at Annual Event



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AJC Women Off to Confab
Mr- Benjamin Kamen national
ory board member and fi-
nancial w-cretaiy "f the Florida
Women Division. American Jew-
ish Congress, will head the Florida
n to the national "jiennul
contention o; the Njtional Wom-
en "s Division. American Jewish
Congress, in Washington, D C.
th.- v*eek Other ineml>er- of the
delegation include Mrs Harold
I>iuker. fund raising \. ident,
Fioridj Women's Division, who
will be recorder for the fund-rais-
ini; committee at convention; Mrs.
Sam Kii'it. United Nations com
Mi- Evs Blum. Commis-
sion on Law and Social Action;
Mrs membership com-
Ft. Lauderdale
Handicap Slated
Although the Florida Derb> and
k Handicap
ha\e been written into the records
for 1967, there -till reman,
deal of high class compi tition
coming op at Gulfstream Park
during the closing halt of the meet-
ing.
Special features to he offered
'act the next three weeks include
the SI 5.000 For! Lauderdale Han-
dicap at a mile and a sixteenth on
the mam track tin- Saturday
The following week will be f"a
lured by the Florida Juvenile
ChasasWoi leduled for Wed
nesdav Apr 12. while the ISO MO
added I'an American, at a mile
and a half on the turf, is down for
decision Saturday. Apr 15.
The City of Hollywood will l
honored Wednesday, Apr. 19 with
a six furlong dash named in it>
honor
There i- added interest in the
final days oi the Gulfstream ses-
sion as the fans watch the- race
for jockey honors. Jorge Velas-
quez has Men the leader since the
start of the meeting but Walter
Blum, after missing the first nine
days ha- come along strong and
is threatening Velasquez's position
at the top of the h-t Should Blum
win the riding title, it will be the
fourth time he ha- accomplished
this feat
mittee; and Rfrs Joseph Yanich.
Commission on International Af
lairs
Accompanying the delegation,
will be Joseph I Yanich South-
east regional director. American
Jewish Con.'r- is
Theme of the three -day D
iny will be The Achievement of
Peace and Opportunity." The con-
vention will get under way with
a keynote address by the organiza-
tion's president. Mrs. Chnrkr-
Snitow. of Searadale, N. Y
The openinc .< -sion will hcai
also from Harold Howe II. US
Commissioner of Education; Bi-h
op Kichaid Raines, president of
the Bishops Conference of afeth-
Churches; and sctor-folksing-
r l be idore Bikel, a nal i<
it of the American
. i ongri -- a pi convention
tor eai ly arrh ing dele-
ed bj Joseph
i Rauh former national chair-
man of Americans tor Demo*
Action
Rabbi Arthur .1 Lelyveld, oi
Cleveland, president of the Amen
can Jewish Congress, will add.. -
the closing convention banquet
rs to addres- the convei
him Prinz, of Newark,
\ .1 chairman of the Commission
on International Affairs oi the
American Jewish Congress, and
Rep Edith Shad Polier. chairman of the
National Governing Council of the
American Jewish Congress, and
IS Sen Thomas H Kuchel, of
California, will address the final
Session on the theme Fxtremism
in American Life
Beach Rabbis
At Conference
Two Miami Beach rabbis will be
among guest speakers at the 22nd
anniversary convention of the
Southeast Region of the I'nion of
Orthodox Jewish Congregations of
America thi- weekend Apr 7-9. in
Charleston S (
Rabbi Bercl Wein. spiritual lead
er of Congregation Beth Israel.
will address a session on "Jewish
Family Life ." Rabbi David Lehr-
field spiritual leader of the Knes-
eth Israel synagogue, will address
the convention delegates on Sun-
day morning
Representatives of synagogues
in Alabama. Arkan>y>, Florida,
Georgia, Louisiana. Missippi, North
Carolina, South Carolina and Ten-
lessee Will take part in the three-
day conclave of the t'O.ICA, the
national organization serving 3.100
Jewish congregations throughout
the United States and Canada
Families Needing
Passover Aid
Sought Here
h.imv and Murraj Ro
brothers are looking foi
lie- who w ih
o help during the Pass
over season
"U i I'.-, Hover ba -' i
-aid the brother- here, "and ill .'..
went is the name- of those in
thing will be kept in
confident i %
The Rosenbergs emphasised that
Ihej want no contributions
I a-t year, they gave out a I it a I
i i 125 basket-, adding that they
never turn anybody down
PaSSOVer basket- were Still being
delivered last year on the final
i.ay of the holiday Rut we'd ra-
ther have the names and addresses
a- soon possible," they said
The Rosenberg brothers < a.i be
contacted at IN 5 3731
Sabbath Dinner
Precedes Service
Preceding the Friday evening
services at Temple Beth Sholom.
Rabbi I^-on Kronish and Assistant
Rabbi Daniel Franzel will conduct
a congregational family Sabbath
dinner for a limited number of
parents and children to demon-
strate how a modern Liberal Jew-
ish family should observe the Sab
bath and make it a meaningful
experience
in charge of the dinner are Mrs
Allan P. Wilson. Sist-rhood vice-
president, and Mis Ralph Spcro.
Sisterhood board member
Awards w the
winiM annual Esss \ l
J by the R I
of Jewish Education and th"
Districts --f Miami and II
worM| The annual .-.a- Ht i
week at Temple N'er Tanrd
Over 300 parents and children
led to i the exhibit of art
objects and to h' ...
ning < d t
he!
In the E^SdV Tontr-t in G'O' o
A. David Mm. cf Ttmole Reth
-' m tee with Debr*
Cowan, e' Temple Er^dnuFL, as
winner of the second prize.
i
El. II
I
Torah r egal
In Section B, of 'he Essay Con
lest, Marsha Coulton. ol Beth Da\id
Congregation, was awarded Mrs;
prize; Rosemary Falk. of Beth
David, second prize: Bernard Wein-
bach. Academy, third prize; Steven
Glickman, Temple Beth Am fourth
prize: and Sherry Miller. Beth To
rah Congregation, fifth prize.
Honorable Mentions were e\
tended to Marc Rosenbloom ol
Hebrew Academy. Leslie Tracer.
Temple Ncr Tamid and Hebrew
lli.h School; and Karen Ma:
Temple Beth Am
In the Art Contest in Group A,
first prize went to Iris Reitei
Temple Judea; second prizi Yael
Yanich, of Temple Emanu-El: th'rd
prize B tsj Hofstadter, of
Torah ( 01 ""ti. fourth |
PI km. of Beth Torah: ;,<.
fifth \na Terner T<
Mi norah
Honorable Mentions were ex-
tended to CHaim Kaufman, Pnyl
lis Zohar, and Ellen Rothstem,
Beth Torah; Irene Parisrbnd,
Templ% Sholom, Pompano; Roger
Seman, Temple Judea; and Ste-
phen Hiller, Temple Sinai.
In Group B of the Ait Contest
first prize wa- awarded to l ir.da
Konigsberg, Temple Sholom. Pi m
pano; second prize. Ruth Wei--
Hebrew Academy, third prize Ka
ren Casper, Temple Beth Aw;
fourth prise, Mark Greenspan, Beth
Torah Congregation; and fifth prise
Bayard Spector. Temple Israel.
Honorable Mentions were es
tended to Barbara Kovalsky. Carol
Odessky. and Brent I'robensky.
Temple Beth Am; Alberto Cohen,
lie Jewish
Ann Qiu
and Templi
pano. and 1
n
In the H.hrew Y
Grade 2 !.
on
EC "
prize Rick N itl
il
Beth :
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In Grade J, oi "L
b c : a r y f.
of'
Jacobs, Tomp'e i
ro h; 'urn p
Beth David; and '
Sheila Feder, o
Shalom, Hollywood.
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ti in both dii
tented bj Isaac D
of the .111 angsments 1
maining prizes wen
Albeit E Ossip, presideri I
Bureau of Jewish Edi
Lous Scbwartzman, exi
rector
Judges in the Essav <
Jack Alexander and Dl
Fogler. of the Zionist Ol
Herbert B e r g e r. and I
Schwart/man. of the
Jewish Kducation
In the Art Contest
Mrs Reyna 0 in
Juanlta S. May. and
cobson, local artists
Arrangements 1
comprised of Jack \
J Perry, and Morris S
Zionist Districts, and v
TALMUDIC SEMINAR!
OF THE AIR
"Oaf Hashovua
For the 13th Consecutive ?am
Miami Jewry will have the opes'j
funity of learning a page of **<
Talmud, translated and riplaiM
V
Rabbi P'tnchas M. Teiti
Scheier and fomeuj bulho- <
on file To/mud
Rabbi of Eliiobfth and
Dean of Mesifte of New Jerstf
STATION WEDR-FIY
99.1 on Year FM Rodio Or
SUNDAY, 9:00 P.M

Rabbi Isaac Sieqal. of Jersey City, presents a Sieqal, Bernard Manischewitz. D. Beryl Mani-
certificate of Kashruth for the B. Manischewitz Fchewilz. chairman of the board and Rabbi
Company to Bernard Manischewitz, president. Chaim Karlinsky
Left to right are Rabbi Naftoli Riff. Rabbi Isaac
Coral Gables Residents
VOTE-Tuesday April 11th
Re-elect
George M.
WILSON
Your Working Gables
Commissioner Since 1961
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iOR TECHNION
Irs.
Williams
Matured Speaker
tt Holiday Meet
anklin Williams. civic
! d edu ator will ba foa
ahw at the pn-Pmovar
Miami Beach Chapter,
D islon "i Technion, on
\>i- 18, at 12:30 p.m..
i r- Hofl
been bringing
gtOTy to this arc.'.
':< in the W
and nai omtily
an 9he will discus*
e itest -li'vplopnipriN ;,'
and tier rcccr' n
i the national aeenc
\lii- ( I pro-
,i i nted bj Judy
i iHi the Miami
I ini mi lltr muafi
. Dai Juni.....
Mtti Mar will be Mrs
b*ji president ef the
I '! serving < n the
le Hi" .'or Miami Phil-
an ..ni its Women's a~,ii.
I
Sirkin is president
ai d Mrs Nun Cohen
irogratn.
Jay Dermer, president of
Miami Beach Bar Associa-
tion, congratulates Circuit
Court Judge Raymond G.
Nathan, alter Judge Nathan
auaicssed the Bar at its
. monthlv luncheon meetina.
His tope was Fixed Stand-
ards of Law on Jurv and Non-
jury Trials and the Position of
the Court in these Circum-
stances."
'roper Pressure
iaves Auto Tires
from Wear
'tivts could BjwUy re-
i their 'ire cost by inflating
i i For tr<* type of driving
I >. a .iical tire dealer said
ire.
|N Tl n S PallOt president of
p-vw '" Company of Miami.
tlfe industry's bi-
getting motorist-.
'ire pftjaaura to
drlv ng rondlttona.
Evec, automobile owner's
panual ha* prouure recominen-
ition for various types or load*
i* speeds, b*.t surveys show
it mos* drivers completely l/j-
3ro Mm," PmIo* Mid.
i n la interetate
mm dnv.
an hour
ken in preventive
- fie add.mI
ation
mtthg prema-
1 l:re fail jaurc
: d IWaX tire coat
I
pne study i by B. F Good-
i ip mj m si archers
I Igtl iM-.-eeiU.ii-.
' fall I maintain pTopei
rt M rea Ptillot said.
r study showed that
of the automo-
rkil lota had one or
i far the scrap
1 '; I r study ot the
''"' vehiclei In Wichita
showed that
' Hi "t th,. ears had one or
nsafe Urea
"Mst American motorists
1 seem to reeliie that the ex-
"leag* ttwy yet out erf thoir
"** beyond the last two Mnd
n inch of thread is the meet
safe mileage they can drive,"
'"t said.
|In spite of this widespread tire
?'in- and neglect, Pailot said, a
I'dy made by the Rubber Manu
Ijlurers Association showed that
T> 57 one huBdredths of one per
l"t of automobile accident re-
[c. mentioned tires as a contri-
'inp factor in the accident.
|fcony Club Heeling
l*e Albany. N Y Area Club of
ater Miami will hold its scv
fh meeting of the seasor Wed-
iay. 7:30 pm. in the Deau
|' Motel.
mud Torch Gms Pmti
ames party sponsored by
. 'aob Sisterhood, to be held
[Monday at 7 p m in t* -
* social hail, will donate funds
H to the Talmud T -
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Friday. April 7. 1967
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Full Text ofAbram Reply to Ostrovski
Continued from Page 1-A
lea against all forma of man's in
humanity i> man, and for all peo
ile regardless of race, color, or
reel The Soviet delegate knows
his well for ho has several times
ised the American Jewish Com
Dittoes ureat human -relations li
irary, which contains some ul 'he
i 01 id's best resources in this field.
mvseli have seen him In the vie
,r> at 168 Hast 56th Street
The singling -Hit pi this one
: i in ul mine I let pat thi ee
,i feelin that it miglu
been a human slip, f..11 now
i purred < second |
;, i m|>\ iously deliberati
ah id.lted
It is in keeping with the pol-
cy which has become infamo'js
n all the world, of claiming non-
disci imination and tolerance
*hile practicing discrimination
and repression. It is in keeping
with the policy behind the pub-
lication recently of the Klchko
Book, a crude 'Der Sturmer' type
of anti-Semitic tome, which evok-
ed crirism of Communist parties
II over the world when the book
was issued by an organ of Soviet
society.
It is a disgrace that in thi-
l,i,e the Human Rights Commis-
sion, and at this session at which
ac have passed the historic Draft
mention for the Elimination of
II Forms of Religious Intolerance,
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that the Soviet delegate should
raise this crude implication
I am a man: hut he would not
refer to me ;is that I am an Ameii
can; he did not so identify mo I
am honored to he the American
Ri preservative to this Commission;
he said nothing of this. I am a
Jew and President of the Air.cn
can Jewish Committee. This, he
chose to mention in an obvious!)
angry and polemical way. The
choice of this one association to
Which the Soviet dele-ate has now
twice referred shows what all
mankind now knows that deep
prejudice which has been depli.....i
I Communist parties in othet
I \. ant it clearly underst
p iland

itism. and tl
,n mne< i ion I
n. The n
ol ant -. i til ism is ii
s..\ ict I nion Tl i < 'ommti
pa it ies .i round the woi Id wet
morally forced lo condemn the
Kichko hook when it was published
in the Sos let Union
"The crude attitude of the So-
viet delegate is now unmasked.
His pious adherence to high
principle to the contrary not-
withstanding, the Soviet delegate
has displayed his bias by his
barely concealed and coded mes-
sage 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."
The soviet delegate lo the UN
Commission on Human Rights has
been known to express caustic
anti-Jewish comments in the pa-'
in 1964. in debate at the
Third Committee, the Israeli rep.
lati" .' M i Vapou raisi d tin
issue of Soviet anti-Semitism In a
reply to the all. ition Mr Os
ickecl Yapou's refer
ences and usi ii-! Jews in .
During the 1968 session ol
'he General Assembl) Mi Ostr t
ski discussed the question of cs
arms being shipped to Egypt with
a Jewish representative from ;.
non government organization lie
asked him how come American
.lews -who dominate the United
States" permitted this to happen
and thus threaten Israel'
on January no. i!>66 in a
confrontation with a delegate to
the I'nitcd Nations who is Jew
ish. he said You Jews think you
are a superior race and better
than anyone else
Donor-Ringo
Games Night
Sisterhood of Temple Or Olom
held its monthly meeting on Il.in-
dav, 8 p.m., at the temple
hall.
After a short business mi i I
projects vice president. Mrs Jos-
eph liothnian, presided over Don-
or Rings Games Night
Mrs Albert Solo i- Sisti
president, and Rabbi Ralph Gli
man is spiritual leader of the con-
ition
Noted Israeli Author Moshe Shamir
To Lecture at Temple Israel Sunday
Moshe Shamir, the B'nai B"rith
Visiting Lecturer for 1967. will be
the Greenfield Adult Institute
guest speaker at Temple Israel
of Greater Miami this Sunday
morning at 10 a.m.
A leading novelist and play
wright, Shamir is among the best-
The author of seven novels, a
number of them translated into
English and other languages, and
two successful plays. Shamir is
recognized as one of the most
mportant literary spokesmen of
ho native born Israli generation.
He visited the United States
before under a Rockefeller Foun-
dation grant to tour and study
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literature at Cambridge Unlversitj
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