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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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English
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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"Jewish Floridiaxi
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
V'.-iume 40 Number 17
Miami. Florida Friday, May 5, 1967
Two Sections Price 2C-C
Hostility Toward Israel in High U.S. Places
By ROBERT SEGAL
Recent revelations th;it private
[foundations, apparent!) benefitini
the l S Government'! Cen
It ial inti'ilieence Agency's largesse,
hrl|)e h riends of the Middle Bast In busl
|i ... raises anew the question of
mtinuing hostility to the State of
rael in ;i variet) of high places
The activities of the paid execu-
tives oi the M'.mk are easj enough
to explain They ate somebody's
bread and naturally danced to his
tune Thus, \u-\ Garland Hopkins,
wh i disliked Israel and had a
somewhat seholarl) and romantic
Interest in the Arab states, found
it natural to pin his organizational
talents to this propaganda agencj
Similai l> Elmo Hutchison, w ho
served as chairman of the Jordan
Israel Mixed Armistice Commit
sion, gladlj became Near East di-
rector ol the AFME and thus got
a chance to move into political ac-
tion against Israel, a state he de
scribed as "fascist, intolerant, de-
fiant, aggressive, expansionist
But why did Americans of the
stature of Rev. Edward L. R. El-
son, former President Eisenhow-
er's pastor, and Harold Minor,
former U.S. ambassador to Leb
anon, not only subscribe to the
abrasive party line developed by
the AFME, but willingly give top
leadership to that body?
Did thej really believe that the
AFME was, as it claimed, "an edu-
cational and cultural, non profit,
non-political organization, seeking
to establish better understanding
between the U. S. and the court
of the Middle East. Could the
and others, satisfactorily exp
whj this rubric "the countru -
of the Middle East" unashai
ly and pointed lv excluded [si
Did they not find repugnant
Continued on Page 8-A
;0LDMANN REPORTS:
E. Europe
Jews Have
^Equality'
GENEVA .ITA' Dr Nahuin
loldmann, president of the World
Jewish Congress told Ihe Jewish
T> i raphic Agency here this week
pal he found that .lews in four
last European countries he has
1st visited enjoj complete equal
ar" In a statement Issued upon
|s return to Geneva, he declared
|""1 have just concluded a visit to
Latent Europe at the imitation of
r Jewish communities of Ciecho
Ivakia, Hungary, Yugoslavia and
knania This was m> first trip to
esc countries in ovei 30 years
\isit. during which 1 met Jews
all walks of life, has assured
|^a> that the Jewish communities
eg the new Socialist republics en-
[ joy complete equality They are
laaakinu an important contribution
to the upbuilding of their coun-
' tries, and this. I am dad to saj ll
| fulh recognized bj theii govern-
Bents
"The Jewish communities are
nabled to maintain their reli-
fious and cultural identities; they
Continued on Page 16-A
IRISTIAN POLICY
Bleak Future Feared
For jews in Soviet
Off. NAHUM GOLDMANN
important contribution
/lousing Bias
Continuing
In Atlanta
I. Africans
ssured Ol
Plains Quo
','-' I'A
B(.: hill ''"
have pass, d a h
HI ni w national educal i
wh I among othi i clauses.
. that education in Government
. be I h i-t an and
pi< adl> national in charactei
How.mi Sen Jan dc Klerk, prin
cipal sponsor of the le
who i- Minister of Education, Arts
and Sciences, promptly assured the
Jewish communit) that the hill
maintains the stains quo "as far
as Jewish parents teachers and
pupil* are concerned
During the debate in the Na
tional Assembly, Sen. de Klerk
told the houso: "The prevision
that education should have a
Christian character merely meant
that education should be built
on the foundation of traditional,
Continued on Page 5-A
ATLANTA. C.a iJTA A
e that housing discrimination
nsl Jews Is "a persistent prob
lem" in Atlanta and other majoi
cities ol Georgia has been present
ed to the Georgia Ad< isorj Com-
ion of the United states Civil
Rights ( ommission at i hearing
hei c
The eh bj Mi -
Vlai shall .1 Mantli chairmai
i| the An
Jewish Committee She told
the the
the cl led, bj
leu
I
i ired that there were
n >orthwest At-
lanta that comi exclude
i and that theie were mote
in 4.0 hoi .-. in those ix
lions. In addit on, she told the
commission, "there are others
which have been developed in
recent years on an exclusionary
ba>is but which have now par-
Continued on Page 16-A
NEW YORK lYVNS An
American interfaith studj mission
sponsored bj the Appeal of Con
science Foundation has istensibb
hen given to understand in Mos
cow that the Soviet Union may
onlcr deletion of the word Jew
from Soviet identity documents, it
was indicated here at a press con-
ference bj the foundations' fact-
tindii g group, which simultane-
ous!} reported that it believed "the
outlook for the religious survival
of the So' et Jews was dark "
Rabbi Arthur Schneter. a mem-
ber of the returning mission and
iident ol the foundation I
nference that "because of
the lack of teacher* and rabbis and.
ill) the lack of educational
facilities to train such religious
leaders, Judaisn as i religion is
pathetically weak and growing
weaker.' adding "we get sum.' no
tion of the depth of despair in
winch they operate when we realize
that the lay members of the syna
gogue councils are resigned to the
fact that they will have to learn
to operate under lay leadership un
less some arrangements can be
worked out for the training ol
rabbis."'
At the same time, he disclosed
that there are only three rabbis
in the areas of concentration of
the 3,000,000 Jews in the Soviet
Union, in Moscow. Leningrad and
Odessa, and that two of the rab-
bis art elderly people, one of
them 86 years old and the other
74. Some cities, such as Kiev, with
a Jewish population of 200,000.
Continued on Page 10-A
WITH APPEAl
Students
March On
Red Mission
Ecumenism May Push
Catholics into Bigotry
SI \\ HEl.LE. N.Y IT.A
The in-- v ith
i [| temi ling
f the Eeuniei
erva
I this
i
i
hes con
, the
that
. ipated. it
watched bj
lui
,., ,,. that ilt> men I
ii,,m Catholic colleges and s mi
naries in Westchester Count) at
tended the event which was co
-pon,on d li\ the Westchestt r Of-
: ihe Vnti Defamation Li
;. ith and the colleges
Fr. Grootchel told the gather
irg that the term contemporary
Jew" is an abstract, a title for
which does not exist
complicated that the Jews
c'o rot understand it. He de-
clared that it included all kinds
of J W1 from the ultra-Orthodox
hass'dim io the atheist, all of
whom claim Jewish origin and
adherence.
II, spoke in r<
dress b) Rabbi Arthur Gilbert thi
Continued on Page 7-A
NEW YORK (JTAJ Sevi
hundred students and faculty mem-
bers from universities throughout
the New York metropolitan area
marched this week to the Soviet
Mission to the United Nations :
present a petition on behalf oi
So\ let Jew rj
The petnion made a number of
proposals aimed at increasing i\
changes in the educational field
between students and scholars in
the two countries with partit
reference to Soviet Jewish citi.v 5
The petition sponsor, the Commit-
tee on Soviet Jewr> at Columbia
University, offered to train Soviet
Jewish students in the l
states as rabbis and to pro
fund !< ach -rs foi a i
eminarv i R thei
I
ies
'
So -' U lion and the
Ur '' have for a number
of year* one r.-gecl and increas-
ed the exchange of stodonti i"c
olars, Thouiinds of sludenfs
hive p ed in such ex
Contin^eJ on Page 3-A
Poland Presses StangVs Extradition
pjo DE JANEIRO UTA1 \
special representative sent to Bra
Zil by Poland one of the three
countries seeking the extradition
of Na/i death camp commandant
Pram Stangl to lace war crimes
Charges submitted evidence Ol
Stangl'S Na/i activities at a press
Conference here tins week
Stangl. who served as com
madanl of two major death
emps Treblinka and Sobibor, In
occupied Poland, was arrested
Mar 2 n' Sao I'aulo on request of
the Austrian Government. West
Germanj is the third country
Which has asked for his extradi-
tion
Francisiek Rafalowski. the
special representative of the
public prosecutor, showed at the
news conference a document al-
legedly signed by Star.gl dealing
with shipment of 52 boxcars of
clothing collected from the
Treblinka victims. He said he
also had a letter from a German
commander which described
Stangl as "the best of all camp
commanders." Stangl has been
accused of complicity in the
wartime camp killings of more
than 70,000 Jews.
A special messenger left Hio this
week to deliver West German and
Polish documents on Stangl'S wa:
time activities to the Brazilian
Supreme Court in Brasilia The
Austrian petition has been proces
Sed The Supi erne I ourt must de-
cide b> Mai 2 whether Stangl .-
to I e extradited and it he is. t
which country
Justice Department BOUTCeS
were quoted as saying that Aus-
tria's request would have prece
deuce tor two reasons It was the
first to be received and Stangl ha.
Austrian citizenship. All three
countries have agreed to abi
Brazilian law which forbids i
Continued on Page 10-A



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Friday. May 5. 136''
29th Annual Meeting of Federation
Is Set for May 21 at Fontainebleau

The 2tth annual^ meeting and
[inner dance of the Great
tfiami Jewish Federation and
ls*i7 Combined .Jewish Appeal will
be held or, Sunday evening Ma> 21.
i mtainebleau Hotel, it was
ounced t hi- week by Milton
Weiss Itn CJA campaign chair-
and Joseph M Upton, |
dent of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation.
The \carls sala occasion, which
officially 'nia"ik> the closing of the
Combined Jewish Appeal cam
will feature dancing, enter-
tainment, and a late nipper
The new slate of officers of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
for 1968 will aKo be announced to
guests attending the affair
Judge Irving Cypen, chairman
of the board of governors of ,th
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion, is serving as chairman of
the anual meeting and dinner
committee. Working with him is
CJA Women's Division campaign
chairman. Mrs. Jean C. Lehman,
who is chairman of the commit-
tee on attendance. Mrs. Lehman's
co-chairmen are Mrs. Aaron Farr,
1967 Goal Still 8300.000 Short
Mrs. Milton Green, Mrs. Stanley
C. Myers, Mrs. Sidney M.
Schwartz and Mrs. Irving Wester.
Co chairmen of the committee on
arrangements r Mrs. Sol Gold-
stein and Mrs. Jack Katiman.
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-Jenist IhrHiati
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Students Mass March Appeal to Reds
Continued from P*gt 1 A
change programs over the last
few years, but not one Soviet
Jewish student has been among
those coming to the United
States. We therefore urge that
Soviet Jewish citizens be includ-
ed in the regular exchange of
scholars between our countries.
'2 In both countries there are
many great libraries and sources
for study in the field of Jewish re
atareh and cognate subject- There
are large collections of books and
manuscripts, for example, in Len-
ingrad and Moscow, which could
he made more accessible l'>r re
search t> all scholars of Judaism
We WOUld like to he able t" make
equal!) available to Soviet Jewish
citizens the great repositories of
Churchill Bock
Is Reviewed
By Dr. Lehrman
Third and last book review ol
the 1906-67 season, sponsored joint-
ly by the Sisterhood and Parent
Teacher Association of Temple
"Emanu-Kl took place recently
at the Temple's North Branch Au-
ditorium. 77th St and Dickens \w
Dr Ir\ ing Ixhrman reviewed
Winston S. Churchill.' I>> Kan
dolph Churchill, his son
Mrs George Goldberg and Mrs
Joseph A Rubinstein were co-chair-
men of the committee which h-t-
Mrs Israel Teitch. Mrs Isidore
Lorber, Mrs Donald Arthur. Mrs
Herbert Buchwald, Mrs Alvin
Cawn, Mr- Ronald Fine, Mrs In
in Firtel. Mrs .lack Fox, Mr- Rob '
eil Mart. Mi- Albert I-aufer. Mrs
Raymond Mufson, Mrs Ham Trot
/el. Mrs Charles Rosenblatt, Mr-
Alan Rothstein, Mrs Philip Thau.
Mr- Simon Wine and Mr- Alan
Ziffer
Jewish learning and knowledge in
the United State- American Jewrj
is prepared to provide funds to
assure the Implementation of this
exchange
"3. We. in the United States, are
aware that not one Seminary for
the training of rabbis and teachers
exists today in the Soviet Union.
We therefore are willing to under-
take the training of Soviet Jewish
student- hire in the United States
a- rabbis We are also Willing to
provide funds and teachers for the
establishment of a rabbinic semi
narj In Ihe Soviet Union
A We propose that teacher- at
'the primary and secondary level,
who .in- qualified to educate the
Soviet Jewish children in the cul
tun-, historj religion and hei it;
be permitted to serve the commu
nities in which iherc are
Je ;-h populat I here an- nu
merou.s students ami teachers in
the United States willing to assume
the ta-k out of a sense of dedica
(ion with no financial burden to
the Soviet community We are
troubled that no such schools exist
todaj m the Soviet Union. It is our
hope that Uns program will even
tuall) result in the creation of an
exchange program of trained tench
Crs in .levvi-h Studies between our
two countries
"5. We art concerned that the
once thriving literary and schol-
arly Jewish community had only
produced token publications with-
the last two decades. We there-
fore recommend that permission
be granted for the development
of Jewish literature and liturgi-
cal material in Russian, Hebrew,
and Yiddish. We Americans art
prepared to send books, prayer-
books and educational materials
to the Soviet Union for use in
schools, libraries, and synagogues
in the hope that they will be
made available to any Soviet Jew-
ish citizen seeking them. We are
eager and willing to help finance
and develop these endeavors.
-(> We are concerned that the
on..- flourishing Yiddish theater
and lit. rature in the Sox let Union
have virtual!} vanished The en-
thusiastic and positive response
of Jews in the Sov let Union to oc
casional Yiddish cultural programs
ii> Jewish artists from outside the
Sov let Union has demonstrated the
: for expanding these acth Ities
We recommend that cultural and
recreational facilities be developed
to provide for the study and nui
ture oi prospective artists in these
disciplines
"We are also prepared to pro-
vide funds and artisans necessary
for the development of cultural
and community institutions for
Jewish citizens of the Soviet
Union.
"7 We wish to have established
of the Soviet Union have developed
With Armenians abroad sets a pat-
tern which is both feasible and
desirable. We hope that represents'
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Adenauer Had
Top Machiavelli
Traits in Him
Volume 4C
Number 17
TU -?- t- F ; : t- s>e not s_--"-- K--
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Friday M ry : 1967
25 Niean 5727
Dr. Adenauer: Titan
Of European Recovery
The death of I I Aaenauer
brisoji to an end one of the most
ful and rreat.ve eras ir. European
lory. It was to Dr. Adencuer's
:redit that Europe -rame so close to
..evjig its historic v
r s ccr.-
trihutioa toward I
jnd
the '-":' ..'_ ~:
roj luence c
Ahe -be rei red
~pprocr
cf G- |ew-
ma
There is no ercs:r.g c. the poet.
* would be foolish to 'h.r.K so now;
Dr. Adenauer never thougr.t
so. What he did do was to make a
lie end heartfelt statement en the
lings Germans must come to rec-
ognize as thcr peculiar legacy so
far as Jews and Israel are concerned.
What he also did was to demand
that Germans act on those feehngs.
But he insisted besides, that the rec-
ognition of guilt and his nation's de-
termination to alleviate it must not
maudlin that it must not erase a
and vigorous movement in the direction oi
establishing meaningful and healthy ties in the
future.

Others to Emulate Him
To this extent. Dr. Adenauer was a pivotal
figure in the S822 million reparations payment
to Israel and in the ongoing, if too frequently
tormented. "Wiedergutmachung of individual
compensation claims.
In the twilight of his life, just about a year
ago, he journeyed to Israel, where he was a
guest of his good friend, former Prime Minister
Ben-Gurion. There. Dr. Adenauer braved what
he knew would be a display of sharp anti-
German feeling. But it was all more than a
symbolic gesture. It was an expression of his
vision of the ultimate reestablishrnent of a posi-
tive German-Jewish accord.
Dr. Adenauer's reputation both as an in-
dividual and a statesman, no less than the
profound religious conviction that shaped his
hie. stands for itself. Now that he is gone, we
join other men and women of good-will every-
where in hoping that new German leaders may
shortly rise to walk in his footsteps.
e^STO^ppeAN sp^n^-1967
OE*V
become
positive
sion sponsored by the Appeal of Conscience-
Foundation just returned from a tour of the
boviet Union, which lact week issued a report
that "the outlook for the religious survival of
the Soviet Jews is dark."
On the other, there are reports from the
same foundation that the designation. "Jew."
may be dropped from Soviet identity documents
this year.
Then, there are organizations dedicated to
the baking of Matzah, and there are also others
who speak in the name of immigration to Israel.
We quarrel with none of the points they
make. We simply question the number of
spokesmen and the uncoordinated frenzy of
their viewpoints.
The conOition of Soviet Jewry is traqic.
To meet the circumstances, a faT more seri-
ously unified effort in their behalf should be
undertaken than the multiplicity of movements
now presumably in the field.
United Effort Needed
We would be the last ones to minimize the
extent of the anguish Russian Jews suffer in
their outcast cultural state. The religious geno-
cide the Soviet Union is methodically practicing
against them has been well-documented.
The recent statements demonstrating the
ambivalence Russian leaders feel so far as
Jews are concerned continue to stand in good
stead: Anti-Semitism is strictly forbidden, but
not even the Communists have been able to
legislate brotherly feeling. Traditional Russian
attitudes toward the Jews, as symbolized by the
classic program, are far from lost in past his-
tory.
There may be no out-and-out Kishinevs
today, but the arim censorship of Jewish
thought, expression, feeling and identification
in the Soviet Union today does a far more
thorough job of destroyina Judaism than the
program ever hoped to achieve.
Still, we suagest that there axe far too many
organizations, individuals and even govern-
ments today that speak for the plight of the
Soviet Jew. On the one hand, there axe such
things as the American interfaith study mis-
As Sen. Javits Sees It
Sen. Javits seems increasingly to be feel-
ing a threat to the hat he threw into the ring
last year as Vice Presidential nominee of the
Republican Party.
Last year, at least from time to time, the
New York legislator's name was mentioned
with some degree of seriousness as a possible
contender.
But other tickets are now on the horizon.
The Republicans don't seem to be quite as
desperate as they were a year ago. and neither
are the possibilities all loaded down in favor
of the ultra-conservatives.
As a matter of fact, meny of these are very
respectable, indeed. In addition, they inc'ude
recommended slates that would be as ethni-
cally appealing as anything Javits has to of-
fer and wiuiout the obvious handicap he
would carry as a Jew.
Possibly for all these reasons and more,
his recent stand on New York State a'd to
parochial schools makes a good deal of sense.
In one fell swoop, Sen. Javits appeals not only
to his Jewish constituents but to his Catholic
constituents, as well.
This is a formidable group politically. Se-
paration of church and stale principles apart,
those most vocal m the battle to maintain the
separation would include to a significant num-
ber those equally anxious for parochial school
aid
It if a sad paradox that burdens the ethnic
political horizon. But *t is also a reality of
that horizon, and Sen. Javits seems to want
to make the most of it.
By MAX LERNER
Washington
li-
able of the lion in him and even
: the foxa combination.
i- Marh avdii a> one of :h'
fir-! i -c> 'hat gives a -ran a
ping advantae* in poht -
The gathering of the world- -
of power at hi- funeral
right because he j- him-rlf a
man who cared a' wer ar"d
mut be ** -hap.r.L figures ri tbt post-war
!d.
also right 1
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that Via
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Si rained Relations
Moreover, the present
what -trained relation- with the
German government, about troop
levels and gold policy and nucl< ar
policy, will be helped by
Johnson talks with the German
leaders and the fact of his pre
e at Bonn Fox to fox it :-
a good matching
I met him only once, in Sep-
tember 19rtl. when I spent a day-
barnstorming with him through
the Rhmeland villages and town-
toward the end of hi- political
campaign It wa- a low period
f"i h m Ihilie- was dead he
didn t like Kennedy at all. Will)
Brandt was gfting him trouble on
one side and Erhard on the other,
and the Russians had just -valid
ff East Germanji from the West
by their Great Wall around !' r
lin He wa- caught offhasc by the
Wall, as indeed everyone else wa-
and his first reaction a< a foolish
and vain onethat the Russians
had done it to make him lose the
election
Right Stance
But he soon found the right
-tance. and his campaigning that
day was almost flawless because
it didn't touch on any of the i-
-ues. but -imply underscored for
his largely peasant audiences that
he had saved them from the Rui
siar.s. rebuilt the foundation! of
the German state, and brought
Germanji hack into Europe and
the world It was a somewha'
vainglorious peiformance. but it
I id in naarntial core of truth At
ever) meeting he handed out
chocolate to the children and
women How could Brandt beat
him '
Pretty Rough
He couldn t and didn't Of the
two men I found Brandt far the
more generous Adenauer had
been pretty rough on Brandt in
the campaign Vet when, a lew
yeara later. 1 talked with Brandt
in Bei I i about \ be aui
prised me b> hi- e-timate Had
he gained power, he said, he
would have followed basically the
foreign policy 'hat
Adenauer had carved out But
auer hid on? advantaj
him he admitted The generals
w.iulri hi to
cia! Democratic regime, a- I
had been hostile during the v.
I; j'ublic They migh-
have overthrown it But tfa
ceptcd from Adenauer a
nan) with a welfare
nomy. that the) arould bavi
d in the ca- of any
Took Strength
It th and i




and !. in
..
\ JU'
power more
. d he built h:- :
tical strategy around pro'.
German) it it Hi
U hater
But he wa- a g<<>d deal n
Hi- main pillar- of policy w.
the three R- BtT)
construction, and Restitution K
entry into Europe and the W<
camp and the world
munitv Reconstruction of a \.
German state Restitution t
Jews and to Israel for what
Na/i- hail done to them. ir.
form of agreements he reachi d
with N.ihum Goldman of the
World Jewi-h congress
again it took courage tod
neaa
Psychological Need
The political lead- is he I
best were Dulles and de Gi
The linkage of Dulles and \
auer was understands!)!'
Each needed the other I i p ilicy
reaaona, but they also needed
each other psychological^ !'... h
had a strong religious and even
moralistic streak, each had a
craggy sense of power, but hated
and feared communism, each be
lieved in personal diplomacy, each
blurted out inconvenient truth-,
and both men loved the feeling
that between them they were re
building the postwar world
IMiaullf Ties
The romance with de G
wa- different What tied then
gether was their concern with '.
dition. their desire to ke-p Ft)
and Germany from ever gi
war with each other, ind
man s atnaa of command w
fed and reenforcrd the th<
Adenauer was at first ho-ti
de Gaulle, but on his first
to Erance he was wholly
quered by the charm and itn
and wit of de Gaulle H ,N
never the same man again
The fact was that he ha
the zenith of hi.- BOWCI
fluence in Europe, and II
ed to his vanity that the gn
of Europe's political !'
courted him He never
found out what de Gaul!-
about, perhaps not evei
d< ath But in his earli.
he had succeeded in ili-
a new Germany and a new '
rope, and in the prOI I lu '
filled hi- life a- it baa b I iV,'n
to tiw other leaden I


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'The onl) waj to combat th-
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Judge Baker will speak on the
availabilitj ol institutions ol re
habilitation in Florida and the
types ol corrective measures with
the count) and state Judge
Baker, a resident ol Dade Count)
since 1W48. is a graduate ol the
L'niversit) oi Miami Law School
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the extent of damage to the emo-
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Jud^c Ra) Pearson will act as
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Mayor Robert Kmq High presents Hirsh Schpoont. Jerfey City
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tion hv this same instrument of
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place, one in Jerusalem in w
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wounded when Jordanian
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curred on the Syrian border 'n
the first, Syrian gunners opened
fire on Israeli tractors work :i>i
on fields north of the Tel K.'tzir
iii' Ht Tha site wa% Ihi
c.i' ..in 11.11 attach
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.i coalition |i:ntin i had partici
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i BinsI Syria nil Apr V.
I Mapam statement also
il ihi Israel Government to
" i i.il effoi is in in ins about
resumption ol the extraordinary
session o( the Israeli Syrian M
Armistice Commission convened
in Januarj on the initiative oi
i ii ted Nations Secretary General
I liiant
The eareed-usoon agenda was
th issue of cultivation rights in
the demil'tarized zones on the
Israeli-Syrian border which Sy-
ria has been disputing in some
fields by shooting at Israeli trac-
tors. The sessions were suspend-
ed indefinitely in February wnan
Syria tried to broaden the
agenda
There appeared to be an in-
creasing tendency in Israel Go%
eminent circles to seek a rever nations
smn of policy to the border 3itua-
linn prior to tne convening of the
special leaaton of the Mixed Arm-
istice Commission In an effort to
show goodwill lo U Thant's efforts,
i halted .-uliivation in some
IMS
I'.i cause rif grov ing doubt.) that
had any intention of return-
ing to the MAC talks, there is ores-
sin; from border settlements to-
ward renewal of farm work in all
available plots which Israel had
been cultivating for years.
lie said that the UN charter was
not intended in prevent citizens of
,i nati .n from ploughing their
land, even near a border but rath-
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+Jenist nrrkUar
Friday. May
Meeting for I time prior to the start of agency healings
are members .: the budget committee of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation. Seated left la right, are Harry B. Smith,
Norton Pallot and Mrs. Sol Goldstein. Standing left to right)
are Robeit Traurig, L. Jules Arkin and Walter Falk. Pallot is
chairman and Smith i vice chairman of the budqet commit-
tee which will assign 1967 Combined Jewish Appeal funds to
ovei 4C beneficial y agencies.
Bleak Future Feared
For Jews in Russia
Continued from Page 1-A
Riga with 40 00* nri Vilna with
10,000 have no rabbi
...: : mi
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Poland Pressing
Stangl Extradition
Continued from Page 1-A
i fences
also
inn o| prisoner! to
countries refusing to accept Bra
zilian law in such cast -
Th- 56 s mi old n.i/, i- being
Vt-pt under maximum mwurtty in
.. police station In Brasilia
In Bonn, the Volkswagen
Company issued a statement dis-
claiming any knowledge of the
Nan past of Stangl when he was
hired by the Volkswagen plant
n Sao Paulo Stangl was an em-
ploye there last March 2 when
h was arrested. The statement
of the auto firm declared that
all rumors that Stangl's Nazi
past had Been known when he
was hired were false.
ant nt in

Closing Meet
For Elections
Nea :ida
osing
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the

nt
- Mrs Tat
principle, bul said il wou
\ lo compl) \wth the usual
lations in such inatai > but
thai I think tl -
''in
To facilitate such a course, the
foundation said it would offer
scolarships to approximately 25
candidates for the rabbinate to
study in countries -Droved by
the Soviet Union.
-
prasei books
High Hotj
which inclu
Dr Harold \ Boslev Mlnlater of
Christ Chun list Fathei
Darnel r*lal i I executive editor
In i Jesuit weeklj. and
Francis E
rted that monu
ments on mass graves ol Nazi vie
-nil ilul not include the
tification Jews
luncheon for Youth Ally ah
\\iva Chapter. Mi/raclu Women.
commemorated Youth Uiyah .wth
I luncheon and entertain;
recently at Beth David Con
pi nation Mrs Alex Stahl and
Mrs Nathan Mehaer are in
charge of reservations, and lira
Simon April is chapter president
Federation 9s Budget Group
Surveys Communal Needs
40 man budget committee ol
the tion started hearings this week to
determine the tin rent year allocs
lions of its local, national, and ovei
seas beneficiarj agencies,
Norton Pallot and Harrj B Smith
are chairman and vice chairman,
ctively, ol the 1981 commit-
tee.
Four other community lead-
ers were named as chairmen of
key study committees by Pallot
end Smith. They are Mrs. Sol
Goldstein, family and individual
services; L. Jules Arkin, leisure-
time and health services, Walter
Falk, cultural and educational
agencies; and Robert Traurig,
community relations agencies.
Mi : the four stud) com
lyxe the
requin mi nts ol the l"
cies based on las( eai s (i
gures and future needs
c hi. :;,im said I'allol
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Farband Announces
Memorial \I Annucil installation luncheon of the Jewish
Convalescent Home of South Florida held at
the Algiers Hotel was attended by some 375
persons. Gathered on the dais for the occasion
are seated left to naht Mrs. Ida Kostoff. vice
i-ent; Mrs. Helen Hornstein. vice president;
Mrs. Maurice Kahn, installing officer; Mrs. Ann
Reczrck. luncheon chairmen. Joseph Ke
Standing ileft to right:) are Mur-ay Kostoff; Mrs.
Sarah Levin, vice president; Adolph Ecker.
who gave the benediction; Mrr Adolph Ecker.
trustee; Mrs. Joseph Keiser. p. ?sident for the
sixth term Sidney Sieael, exec itive director
of the Home; Mr. and Mrs. M trustees. Mrs. Sarah Burkin. vie* oresidsnt.
Drama League Theatre Luncheon
mi tl.i Round came to and telc\isjnn I tun Kields and ln-
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MORI \l D \Y for Hi.- ll,
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"''I throughout Mir world foi
tlw 27th hi Nisan, (Hal Zyin Nisan)
on the English calendar tin- year
Ma> tin' 7th
The Miami Farban Mishpacha,
Pioneer Women, Poale Zion, and
Jewish National Fund arranged a
fitting Memorial to take place on
thi' designated day. May the 7th
' at the Lido hotel, l Lincoln Road,
t 7 P M
It i- ol \ ital importance that the
entire communit) should take the
initiative for forming a communit>
bsei (.nice in tryii
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tin
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n their local units i,
ibervanee Combinei
1'id coordinated Farband commit'
'ii I'thei V i!h i,! her -eel ions
il ". Labor Zionist Movement
should sel up ,, sepai ate movement
in.i: ion at u hn h special empha
i- should I"' laid mi the role and
I responsibilities oi the l*abor Zion
is) Movement in Israel and hero
tor the building id State and it-<
future welfare
Trusting that the prepared he
fitting Memorial daj program will
! he received in the -.pint in whicl
n was at ianged.
JOSEPH P '/\ CKERM W
National Farband Representative
Pd. Adv
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Tolner Social Club honors Mr. and Mrs. Men-
c:el Gubernick on the occasion of their golaen
v.-eddmg anniversary a! a banquet at the For-
nnebieau Hotel marked by the t ::en!
o scholarships at the Kfai Silvei An.. .
;:al TrOininq Institute n
list Organ.zation of America in Ashke
iel, in the amount oJ ?! 500
of the T ln : Club two Israeli
be able to attend Kfai Silvei
-.-. hich ii
and board. Pictured above is Sidney Raymond.
a member cf the national executive council oi
llv Zionist Organization oi America, present-
:he scho'arship certificates to Mrs. Guber-
Left to naht are Hannah Rappapcrt. Sam
Raj tpt president of the Tolner Club, Ida
1 Gubemick Sidnev R
e Fierman, Gil Rappaport, director
the Southeast Region ZCA. and Mcx Fier-
man.
Ben-Girricn Meets With Kiesinger
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to West German> to attend the
funrral of former Chancellor
Konrad Adenauer The Chancellor
assured Mr Urn Gurion that he
would continue the work of Dr.
Adenauer
Other than Prsidant Johnson,
Mr. Ben-Gurion was the only
foreign leader to be received by
the Chancellor in a vitit which
was widely covered by West
Germany s press and television.
The fo.rne- Premier o!d the
Jewish Telrr;racihic Agency that
ing West German President
Hcinrich Lueb' forign dignitaries, he had
talked with President Johnson,
Presidente de Gaulle of France
and former British Prime Mi-
nister Harold MacMillan.
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meeting with chancellor Kiesen-
ger, Israel s Foreign Minister:
Abba Khan, attended a reception
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Today's Thought:
By DR. SAMUEL SILVER
Above All Things, TIME Magazine is Luce-Id
TIME Maga-
zinc, whose
founder died
not so long
ago. is a pe
riodiral ihat 1
could never
stop reading
and n ever
>.o,. .......*...i. 7 read it because
its style charms me Henry
I uce MtnbM I corps of
splendid penmen, and their
writing has real verve
l-.ut ttiougfa the Times style is
ir resist a b4e, the magaiine was
ofte" maddening First, it
called itself a new- magazine,
but much of it was highl)
opinionated True. Mr 1 uce
- quoted as saying that he
didn't want his writers to be
objective, but still the mags
zine purported to be report o-
rial Often it is. and 1 have ac-
quired much information from
it But often it is tendentious
as all getout. and it is the subtle
admixture of fact and view
point which sullied its prctcn
sums and human minds.
In the obituaries. Luce a>
hailed for his tight against Me
Carthy. Bui I think the eulo-
gists, if the) studied the rcc
ord would have to admit th.,t
before Line took on Jarring
he helped to make him The
ntinuous assertion in the
es ol Time that the greatest
my we had to face was
Communism and the insinuen-
do that Communism was some-
how to be equated with social
progress and liberalism helped
to create the atmosphere which
made McCarthy tome up from
the woodwork and leeringly
menace the well-being of our
country
Later, when Luce found that
the McCarthyism he helped
spawn was a threatening
Golem, he bcRan to turn on
him
It was Luce and bis minions
who also helped to sell us on
Chiang -Kai-Shek Regardless of
it you think "i Red China
iand I like the joke about ihe
hostess who was asked what she
thought ol Red China and an
i red 11 'lc|>< nda on ha1
glassware you have"). Chiang
is not the champion of pure
democracy But Luce gave that
impression and helped to soften
us to the notion that anyone
who pri.el.nnis his hatred of
Communism is automatically
on our team That just doesn't
happen to be so.
And for years Lucemcn iin
taled me by their depiction of
Judaism as something exotic
Good ews stones about Ju-
daism were ignored; but Items
which painted us ;is outlandish
were selected for prominence
This attitude spilled over to the
treatment of Israel, and thai
little d< mocracy rarelj gol a
d shake from Luce
In recent years the Time I ifc
people have altered their ap
proach. and they have done
some fair treatments of Ju-
daism But for a long lime the)
were unfair and. brother, the;
knew they were being unfair
Henry Luce was a pantos all
right, and he exerted a grtal
influence upon this count
can't stop reading his periodi-
cal, and I'm willing to salute
him for what he achieved srd
for what change of-heait he
may have experienced r
be to his soul But I hope h:-
succeaaon will strive to
those glistening periodical*
(realed real new i mag
and not views magazini -
they ant to pi m' opini
-.1 openl)
As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAL
Oberammergau Passion Play Anti-Semitic
PROCEEDING ON the theory that the most SUS
plcious time to discuss abrasions over religious
plays and pageant!") is not during the Christmas or
Easier Or t'hanuka seasons when feelings run high,
but at other times, let us now consider the chal
lenge presented by the upcoming presentation in
1930 of the Oberammergau Passion Plaj We have
three years to go; and the rumblings are with us
already
They are with us because Paris and Manchester
England, had sample runs ot the Passion I'lav not
long before Faster. In the course of those produc-
tions under guidance of Jacob Blume, a German
actor and director, it became clear that the re
By:
sponsibility for averting the damage done i>> this
ancient pa.eant rests squarely with church authori
ties
In London, John Cardinal Ileenan decided in
February to take no official action on a report b)
members of his advisory commission that the Oher-
ammergau Passion Play was anti-Semitic and a mis
representation of the Gospel storj Sister Louise
Gabriel, a member of the national commission ap-
pointed by Cardinal Heenan in !!*>"> to apply the
Vatican Declaration on the .lews to contemporary
situations, asserted that the play, then headed for
Manchester was directly opposed to the spud of
the Vatican declaration She declared that the play
MAX LERNER
Just What \\ ent Wrong in Europe?
JICHARD NIXON jusl back from a I
ran swing, Hubert Humphrey just
stan the Kenned) Hound reach
u ,i crisis point the flags being final!)
hauled down at NATO headquarters in
France the marking ol the loth anni'
tar) of the Common Markel Treaty: these
the external events clustering to-
gether in a short space Behind them
there are two qui lations turn what wen- what can be don<
What went wrong was not only de Gaulle's intransi-
tmerican policy went wrong, too b) overdoing
the "one Europe" theme, b) doing too much too soon in
the drive for i integration; bv overdoing the
campaign to at Britain into the Common Market.
h> ovei he hostility to de Gaulle; by coming up
with gimmicks like MLF; by talking too loudly about
nuclear strateg) b) playing European politics, b) clank-
in the chains of the cash nexus too hard on the purchase
of arms m America; b) pushing too hard on European
help in the Viet Nam war
Note that I don t exempt am of the last three Pres
idents from blame, although Kennd) and Georgia
under him were the worsl polic) offenders But Bisen
hower, Johnson, Rusk and McNamara were all part of it
thing to be said for Lyndon Johnson is that he is
learning to pla) it cool on Kurope and to be less hoi for
inties than Ins two predecess
P..... Richard Nixon, who cant break with Johnson
on Viel Nam. is reduced to finding fault with him on Eu-
rope and so be complains that Johnson is underplaying it
But a valid low key polic) on Europe is better than a
blundering one In a high kev The two nan: Johnson ol)
jectives in Europe are to resolve the problem of German
unification bj building Bast-West bridges and to gel the
So viel Union into a non-proliferation and anti-missile
pact Even it he wanted to do more, de Gaulle wont
let him
But it is not deGaulle, despite out overdramatic myth
about him who is the problem of Europe He is one ol Ihe
off- led solutions The real problems of Europe are much
deeper and will survive de Gaulle although the stra
foi master) maj become less violent when he retires
What is it that really counts in Europe? Broadly, it
is the fact that the rapid growth of science, techno.
weapont > and economic power has shitted from Europe
10 America and the Soviet I 'num. but mostl) to Amcr
lea Foi Ihe thud consecutive year, the economic growth
rate in Western Kuiopc has badly, and even the
Fas; European rate starting ol course from a much lowei
base) has outstripped it
UN Listening Post:
By SAUL CARSON
Israel Svria Battle Dies on \ ine
JNNOTICED BY the WOI
Is a vf rj erious de elopmenl
Israeli Arab rela
\r..b states are now
defying not onl) Israel The) are
ti hting Secretar) General I) Thanl
himself on the Israeli issue So far, I
Mr. Thant. bus] as he \g with other
world shaking problems, the search I
for Viel Nam peace being his primarj goal at the
moment has evidently done very little about
the barrel of explosives possible of detonation in
the Middle Fast But he cannot long delay action
in the Middle Fast just because the Far F3ast is
burin
Outright defiance of the Secretary General is be
ing shown by Syria Back in January. Mr Thant. at
the Mgfaatlon of I.t Gen. odd Bull, chief of staff
of the United Nations Truce Supervision, convened
an extraordinary session of the Israel-Syrian Mixed
Am nmission because he fi ared the out
bieak ol eale warfare following a rash ol
us inside Israel b) ten i i cour
. iDamascus, if not indeed acting as .
of the Syrian Government It took a little while
t both Syria and Israel to agri e 1 rthei
at the ISM AC table Finally, it was done (in .lanu
he two side- did 11 toj i ther rhe agenda,
i b) both sides, contained onl) one poinl
Cultivation and the righu of cultivation in the de
militarized rones on their frontiers
At ISIIAC's second meeting, and at the third
Syria tried to broaden the agenda to include its
demands that Israel withdraw troops and heavy
armaments allegedly massed In Israel in those
demilitarised rones Clearly. Syria wa
ind the agreed agenda Gen Bull let the Sy-
rians gel away with that ploy, for the time i
At the thud meeting. Bull warned Syria it must
-tick to the approved agenda
presented Jews as bad strongly
emphasized the role of Judas, and
was like!) to have a prejudicial effect on the
of children watching it
I ardlnal Heenan acknowledged that the Pas-
Play conveyed anti Semitic sentiments Hut
much as it was going to have its English prod'
outside ins archdiocese, he decided not to take
tion
Perhaps 'hen AugUStin Cardinal Bea will do wl
Cardinal Heenan failed to do The gentle. I-
German cardinal, we are informed, is now
finally iii charge of Vatican relations with Jew> h\
announcement oi Paola ardinal Marella, chait
of the Vatican Secretarial for Halations with N
Christian Religions Between now and the P
(70 i ardinal Hea has plent)
to devote tO the se.ind.il of < >!>ci ammergau
He could I ib) turning to the statemet I
Hitler made about Ihe Oberammergau Passia
on July ;.. 1842
"One of our most important tasks will b,
remain forever watchful m the knowle
the menaci lewrj For this reason al
is vital that the Passion Play Ik- contin
Oberammergau, for nevei has the met
i.wrv been s,. convlncingl) portrayed as
presentation of what happened in the tin
the Romans There one sees m Pontius
,i Roman racially and intellectually SU
there he stands out like a firm clean
in the middle of (he whole muck and mu.
Jew iv
Between You and Me:
By BORIS SMOLAR
Our \ wi
Ima^r
I EADERS OF .. number ol ;
ganizations are now discussii -
whether and how to establish i Jewt i
presence in the work of aiding bom-
less wa, victims in South Viet Na
American Protestanl and < atl i
tarj agencies as well as tl
participating in such work
. Nam bv maintaining various
then' ihe question i> therefore, being raised now
whether the tune has not l mi when Aim :
as bus should also offer some kind of hut
- rvice for Ihe refugees there
Some in the ll..das..,|, feel that OV. I and
Hada isah work in Israel, the organization cot
homeless people in Viel Nam through its e>
Ihe field of providing mueh-needed medical |
'"id public health assistance Similarly, then
thai Ihe ORT could provide a team oi insti
vocational training of rel imps
N,i! ''" re are, naturally, some who think
Joint Distribution Committee, with its enviabl
of rebet and rehabilitation woik among refuge*
be of help in the fit Ids of child eaie and foci
in Viet Nam Today, there'are gppnudmatel)
cies with around 400 staff met:'
abroad active in Viet Nam Some maiiit..
medical teams equtpped to make ihorl rtrtn
areas where, because of urgent priorities i '
medical assistance is almost completely lacking Others
develop day care centers and feeding programs
children in refugee camps
Still others are conducting training rente: "'
widows, teaching them dressmaking and otiM
through which they can become salf-aapportini Tfl('|
are also voluntary agencies which are eoneerned *"n
the needs of war injured children, many of them
Many orphanages are supported bv the Catholic R"1"1
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Friday. May 5, 1967
World Jewish Congress Chief Says
E. European Jews Enjoy 'Equality9
Union. There are today abo
110.000 Jews in Rumania. 80.000
Hungary. 18.000 in Czechoslov...
and 6.500 in Yugoslavia
Continued from Page t-A
ii live a Jewish life in freedom
There it, indeed, no conflict of
principle between the Socialist
ideologies of those countries end
the loyalties of the Jews to their
age long traditions, their identi
fication with the Jewish people
and their collaboration with the
World Jewish Congress as the ex-
pression of the unity of the Jew-
ish people. This is understood
and appreciated by their govern-
ment*
Bias in Housing
Seen in Atlanta
Continued from Page 1 A
tially opened up to Jewish pur
.haters through resale.'
\ nuIhIix iMons \\.w e
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*he In these it i- pus
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lews altl
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i firmls believe ih;ii the Jewish
people ihoald develop Hs relation
hipa with these neu statea and
forma of locletj We. share i com
mon interest In the maintenance
of peace and In the peaceful sow
thin of social problems in man)
areas ol the world We were pai
ticulartj happ) to meet again with
the Jewish communit) ol Yugo
lavia, which u.i- among the found
insj members of the WJC and hai
remained constantly loyal to ua
despite the tension* between East
and West Yugoslavia could serve
example ol boo nationalit)
and minorit) problems could he
handled
"We .He glad that the Jewish
lies ol i'.-ei h i and
lluiigap are no in closa
us aftei n an mtei i al,
Rumanian Jewish com
i '. ,i esumed its
: ightful place In the counci
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Sjarlan State Office for Rcligioui
Affairs
The tecretarj general of the re
ligioui attain aepartmenl of the
Kumanian Prime Minister*! office.
I'ioi Dogaru explained the atti
rude of tlie Rumanian Qovernment
i ., nnmber ol Jewish citizens, and
:.ni due credit to thou national
contribution
"I gathered from his declara-
tion that the Rumanian Govern-
ment had full understanding of
the determination of the Jewish
people everywhere, and Ruman
ian Jewry in particular, to main-
tain Jewish traditions and Jewish
identity. The Rumanian Socialist
Republic notes with satisfaction
that the Jewish people had re-
established its national home-
land. '
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\- in t- railed fa lion in
the fight against neo Nazism
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ment regarded the Jewish people
as an all> in the struggle foe these
aims." Di Goldmann's statement
concluded
At a press conference'. Or Gold
mann said that his remarks about
the position ol the .lews in YugO
lavia, Rumania. Czechoslovakia
and Hungarj also applied general!;
tO Poland Which he \ isited tWO
years ago but not to the Soviet
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Religion Institute
Monday Schedules
Varied Workshops
Jewish Floridian
Miami. Florida, Friday, May 5, 1967
Section, z.
i hairmen, resoui ci persoi
t fo '!,.
. ioi al Institute on Religion and
Issues, to tx hi Id Monday
:{ at the I niveraitv. oi Miami,
e announced Tuesdav i>> Dr
ii rbejl Baumgard, vice chali n an
'! thf faith \ i ncy for
lust let
. he interfaith \.. i. is <
:'i" one da) institute
the r lorida Region ol the \.i
al Conference of Christians
and Ji
Dr. Irving Lehrman, chairman
of the community relations com
mtte* t the Interfaith Agency
'or Social Justice, is general
hairman of the institute. The
clay eanclava il HesiQneJ to
bring together religious and lay
'ership and other community
cader* f i om welfare, civic and
rv.c oiqai.nations to consider
the role of organiied religion in
meeting basic social issues of our
timt.
Named foi the Housing W
Donald F Castot an at
tome} fur the EOP1, chairman
Mrs Milton Margulis, resource
r of the Interfaith Agency for
Sot ial Justice Discussion leaders
are Hale) Sofge executive director
of the Miami Housing \uthority.
and Sam afoncur, Neighborhood
Center director of the BOW
The Education Work-hop i-
headed by Kahbi Sol landau of
Beth David Congregation, and the
Interfaith Agency (or Social Jus-
tice. The resource leader will be
Mrs \ I I jpton ol the '.
lev i h Committee Discussioi
ers are Mrs Auderv Finkelstein,
chairman, Qualit) Education l
mittee, and the Rev Theodore K
in, of Chris! Episcopal Church
rhe Agriculture Workshop will
' haired b) the V'er) Rev Ms i
David K I'.u-hey. pastor of St
Mar) 's i athedral and hoard mem
ber oi the Interfaith Agenc) for
Social Justice Resource lei i
is Paul s Randall, of the Offii
Communit) Service, ol the Dii
ol Miami Discussion lead, rs are
Rev Ren Praticello K!
i hristian M ran) Ministry,
b, directoi if thi i
Action Projei i Pei i
N.i the Welfare Work
Mi Rul h ibii ol tl
faith \. enc) oi So< ial Jusl
the Rev Williai
' ubai Refu
ji ( lea lei Dis> issioi leadei
an l ink, Istein, din i Ioi
and Rill Wynn, project director of
the I nited Fund
Economic Justice Workshop
will be chaired by the Rev. Ed
ward J. McCarthy, president of
Biscayne College, and the re-
source leader is Dr. Gasper Len-
jella, of the Cuban Refugee Com-
mission. Discussion leaders are
Bob Sims, of the Community Re-
lations Board, and Alvin Cassel,
past chairman of the EOPI.
The Interfaith Agency for Social
Continued on Page 2-B
Maximum enthusiacm and effort were expand-
ed this week when members of the Young
Women's Division of the Combined Jewi.-h Ap-
peal met to assess the-r "No Minimum" Lunch-
eon held Apr. 17 at VVestview Coun-
tiy Club. Mrs. Howard Ayares. and Mrs. Mar-
vin Gillman (seated) were co-chairmen for the
Athletic Awards
At 'Y' Banquet
I
I'he -econd annual Athletic din
ner of the YM and VWHA of Great-
er Miami w ill be held Sunday.
5:30 pm.. at the "Y" main ball-
room. 8500 SW 8th St
Master of ceremonies will be
Morn- HcLemore, sports editor of
the Miami News Guest speaker
will be <;....."ge Wilson head coach
ol the Miami Dolphins announced
, i\-ical education chairman Bryo
;w.l
Many other nationally known
ports celebrities also will be on
hard as part of this big program
at the Y Spoils stars ex-
pected to be there ar* Rick
Norton and Frank Jackson, of the
Miami Dolphins; Junior Gee, Uni-
versity of Miami basketball star;
and Lenny Rosenbluth, basket-
ball coach and former star of
the PPhPiladelphia Warriors in
the National Basketball Associ-
ation.
Hundreds ol YMHA participant
youngsters and their parent- will
attending this long aw liti d
, vent "Inch will honor p I |
oi various awards tor athletic
. chievemenl in V supervised
ams
nickels and dimes, but members of the Su-
i litullanag^ to raise a little ove, S3.000 for
pital in their tout-day Tcq Day held
Miami. Ho?pi.al executive director,
,, shown accepting 1he check from (left
Gern;\NV. of 6225 SW UPth Ter. Mrs.
.V,,6h St.: and Mrs. Howard Katzen.
y ^mbezn of ,h- sohcitahnn committee.
* hoaoita I in need of emeraency funds until July .
e Pxpec,od tor the care of indigent young-
sters under the Medicare program.
luncheon, which featured a fashion show
presented by Sandra Post. Aroa chairmen
the "No Minimum" luncheon committee were
standing 'left to right) Mrs. Larry Mizrc
Mrs. Joel Channing, Mrs. Kenneth Light, ''
Ira Rothfield, Mrs. Bruce Julien.
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Monday
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trthar KaheJi acsistaal riirriti'
of the Jewish Home for the Aaed
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prorr. ted aaaoeit) director ac
eor-rfir-:; to an anrouncrment hs
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worker and social work super-
visor. After four years in those
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ant director
Kuh-h 4. ar.d I Natalie.
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Friday, May 5. 1967
+J*mist ftcrktlan
Paqe 3-B
Ghetto Memorial
At Joint Meeting
. aniversary ceremonies of the Sister- dress entitled "Your Tie with Sisterhood." Left
hocc Temple Emaiui-El recently at the Fon- to nqht are Mrs. Leonard Abramson, 1967
i Hotel are past presidents who president. Mrs. Sol Goldstein. Mrs. Alexander
were ;;onored. Dr. hv:nq Lehrman. spiritual Kcgan, Mrs. Milton Smith, Mrs. Jack J. Falk,
leader of the temple, gave the principal ad- Mrs. Joseph M. Rose and Mrs. E. Allen Becker.
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At a reception for the corps of hosts for the Israel Indepen-
dence Dinner qiven last week by dinner chairman, Cail
Weir.'.e members of the corps of hosts discussed plans for
the community-wide dinner to be held on Sunday, May 14.
at the Fontainebleau Hotel. Seen here, from left, are Mrs.
Sam Ficnk, Mrs. Jan Peerce. who with her celebrated hus-
band -.vere special guests at the reception; Mrs. Jennie Gros-
singe:. and Mrs. Carl Weinkle who serves with her husband
as crc:.rmen of the dinner.
'epper Will Be Honored Sunday
Berick Elected
To Miami Beach
Advisory Body
Solicitation advisor> committee
of the City oi Miami Beach ;it ;i
meeting last W r e k elected
Morris Berick as chairman and
reelected Mrs Faj Koch as vice
chairman,
Committee was created by
Chapter 38 of the Miami Beach City
Code and i> composed of Hi mem-
bers who serve without compensa
turn
The committee has the power
to "recommend the issuance ol
charitable solicitation permits and
to revoke such permits, to sum-
mon witnesses, take their testi-
mony; direct investigations; con
duct hearings; and to do and per-
form all other acts which ma) be
necessary and proper within the
scope of it< duties and functions."
Font Sen Claude Pepper,
F his third term as Repre
of Floi ida s third district
i ihi ai 'I soon to enter
d| sen ice in the Con
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Joseph <'ohen president of the'
Jewish National Fund of Greater
Miami, announced that a joint
memorial meeting of the Jewish j
National Fund. Farband Poale
Zion. and Pioneer Women will l>,.
hold on Sunday. May 7. 730 p m
at the DiLido Hotel.
The memorial meeting will be
the 24th commemoration <>t the
Warsaw Ghetto uprising, which
stirred the imagination -it the
world during the darkest period in
Human historj 24 years ago,
the enslaving hordes ol
ps mel their first resistant
the Ji ietto,
Joseph P. Zuckerman, South
Farband representative will
chairman oi the evening
The program will include lh<
following speakers Mrs M
Green, president .i the Pioneer
Women Council; Joseph Cohen.
president ol the Jewish National
Fund. Zr\ W Kogan. attorney and
civic leader; and Rabbi P. Shmuie-
vitz. of Detroit
Cantor Zvi Adler, of Temple
FmanuFI. will chant "El Mole
Rachamim." Michl Gibson will re-
cite a ghetto poem Six civic lead-
ers will read Berl Katzenelson's
Hospital Aux.
Installs Slate
Annual installation of officer- ol
Cedars Ol Lebanon Hospital Aux
diary will be held on Friday. May
12 at the DuPont Plaza Hotel
Mrs Ted Lotterman of Coral
liable- will be installed as presi
dent, and volunteer awards will be
presented to members "for distln
.unshed service in behalf of the
hospital during the i>a-t year."
Mrs Byron Sparber, vice presi
dent of administration, is general
chairman of the program, and te
servation chairman is Mrs. Frank
Perlman.
poem "Song of Our Muni.
Jew -
The public is invited Till
are available from the Jewisl Na
tional Fond office
Poet Ruby Fogel
Gives Lecture
Ruby Fogel, Mrs .1 l Levkoff,
lectured on modern poetry and
read from hi r book ol pot i
Ap<- an : \i .. recenth pub-
lished b) Alan Swallow at
of the \al
\ rican Pen Women Mi-
ami Branch
Scheduled
en's i lub 1737 B
lecture preceded the Pen \\
en'- celebrit) breakfast at i
Rallies Slated
For Judge Frark
"Rallies for Frank," a series
rallies planned for Miami Beach re
sidents to meet and hear ,ii;
Bernie Frank, has been plant
at three different locations on Mi-
ami Beach
Each rail) will provide vaude-
ville entertainment, and the <
munit) i- united to attend
The first in the series ol rallies
is scheduled for Monday. Ma) B
at the 21-t Street Commtinitj I
ter at 21st st and Washington \
A second rail) is slated for Wed
nesday. Ma) 10. at the 73rd Street
Communit) Center at 73rd St and
i ollins A\e
The third in a series to meet
.Indue Frank is s,.t [or Sunday.
. May 14 at Pier Park. 1st St and
Ocean Dr. All rallies will begin
at 8 p.m., and will include fret
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mission charges and the public .
in\ ited
the neighboring Shalom Nursing
Home
The salute to Sen Pepper will
mark the 10th year ol Sossin re
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Friday. May 5. 1967
ton Towm Gum;- honors Inn; >i Rose Steinhcal Ima. Mrs. Bess Mamschewitz.
\blxi s ,:t a Youth Aliyah luncheon at the
I Standinq left to right are Mts.
Beatrice Prohman Child Rescue Wil
M ; Winston Una Mts
d Row tie Mi
chairman ct the dav: Mrs. Ethel Rudenberg.
Child Rescue; and Mrs. Molly Nusinow. Child
US, S Ml Fannie Hall Ima.
Loading Israel Envoy Will
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Preparations for the dinner
r r beaded bt Rabbi Leon Kr.<
- vh chairman of the Greater
imi Israel Bond Or sanitation
iimutl Fried I and and Leonard
Sotn honorary chairmen; Mrv
-e*rvard Rosen, chairmen of the
traet Bond Women t Division;
Seniors Endorse
Ciment Race
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and Mi and Mrs. Carl Wemkle.
chairman of the Corps of Ma>s.
has served ai
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cram anted
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Noting that the theme of this
ye*r s celebration of Israel s In-
dependence Day is "Am Yisroel
Chat" "The People of Israel
Lives" Rabbi Kromsh declared,
lh Jewish community of Great
er Miami will join with Jews the
world over in demonstrating
their abiding fai.h in Israel's
survival."
Oted
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rhu
bsarii signature of
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The CeeUBentsl Scm taes
-.: Isi Jt. Ensemble will
Paid Seiderman
Is Guest Speaker



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VETERAN LEADER
Carlos Israels
New President
Of United Hias
By Special Report
NEW YORK -- Carlo* !. Israels,
a Under in philanthropic SCtivitiei
for more than 30 years, has been
elected president of tinted Hiss
Service, the worldwide Jewish mi-
gration apencv
Author, lecturer on corporate
and financial law. and adjunct pro
(ess ir of law at Columbia limn
sit> Israels is a member of the law
firm of Berlack. Israels and Life I
man He wsi previousl) president
of tinted Kiss m 1958 and
and ha- been associate chail
of the board tinea then He
M rt :i> 1 Gurfein w ho
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Judge Friedman
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MB B'nai BVith
Ige Milton Friedman ad:
of the I
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president of th< had
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A Qu3rter Century
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Distinguished
Public Service

Re-Elect O. LEE
HI CA.M> COU~l I'SE Of *.t*VACEW.FN' i
POWELL
YOUR COUNCILMAN
CAHOS ISKAILS
Empire Club Ladies Kin' 1
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Empire State Club of Hi
Apr 20. included election
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Women Jewish Floridian
crel Pic-
rk, Miami Beach
. during the 1h.: :'..on
I re then 500
Hotel. Ral '.a national
pieside-it i I can Histadrut Development Founda-
tion, served a.^ ry chairmen for the crea-wide dinner.
Florida's celebration o! Israel's 19th a
p ndence. Mr. and Mrs. Newmark have en-
. od four medical clinics and a synaqoque in Israel through
the Histadrut Foundation with gifts exceeding S100.000.
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by ISABEL GROVE
it will in- tio yean of marriage
for Sarah and Samuel Hollander,
of 7121 Harding Ave., on May 5
The annivenar> couple will
he tited on Wednesda> afternoon
;it a meeting in their honor on
Miami Beach b\ the Chi<
Friendship Croup No treat
urer of the dub, Mr Hollander
served as i!~ president In 10W
and *>f> Married lo In
90:. thi couple later moved to
Ne N' k. tlien to Chicago, and
14 y< ii to Miami Bi ach
They have two daughters, Mrs
< harles (Jeanne) D Breitel. whose
husband was named to Ihc Court
of Appi ils, New "> urk's ourl of
|,a,i Ri .M: K> R n ;i feller
m 1966; and Beatric Mrs Edwin
ii ftadln, uhi-c late husband
a noted ovelist foui i rand-
chil 'sons
Active : manj oi animations,
irly the Workmei I irele
i and in Chicago, 11 l
lander i- a Is i a mi mber of the
Jew ish i abor Commit u i \
I National Social
Club
It w.,- j busy, busj week for
n : r.. ach artist Reyna V
m on Mondaj she was
ivst for a
likcu :' : '
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Planning
Confab
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ouncil ol Jewish
Kedi d V\ Ifare Fi ds on
; at the Ban elona
H '
i lew i>h Appi al, a major
bcn' Coi ined
al, distributes funds
.i ,ei seas needs and re-
menl
H inn i isi m li ad< rs i Few-
ish fedi i ations and welfare funds
m Clearuater. Hollywood, Jackson
vtllc Mil mi. Orlando, St r ter>
burg, Sarasota, Tampa, West P.dm
r,t ach Pen *a< ola, Foi I 1 audcrdalc
and Daytona Beach will attend
Welcoming the delegates will be
Mrs Irving Lehrman, president <>i
the Miami Federation of Jewish
Women, an auxiliary of the Great
er Miami Jewish Federation.
Featured speaker at the Florida
joint conference will be Mrs Harry
I. Jones, of Detroit, chairman of
the National Women's Division of
the I nited Jewish Appeal She will
discuss Why a Women's Divi-
sion?" A talk on 'The Elements ol
,i Good Campaign" will be given by
Mrs Morton Silbcrman, of Palm
Beach
Mrs Marvin Stang, director of
the I'JA's National Women's Divi-
sion, ami Mrs Beatrice Finkelstein,
secretar) ol the Councils national
committei on women's communal
services also will participate in the
meeting

May 5. 190'
Paqe 5-b
Mrs. Marvin Gillman (left) and Mrs. Howard Ayares,
Minimum" luncheon co-chairmen, display the colorful i.
topped heads which were used as table decorations for t. -
event. Some 3C0 Dade County women turned up sporti. :
MR. AND MRS. SAMUll HOUANDIR
bi ti it member of the Ch 2 NET
Auction Committee which proved
to b<- a successful community
iject, and finally, thre< oi her
paintings were selected for a spe-
cial exhibition, one of which is a
prize winning work being held
cm rently in Houston. 'lev
\ sin prise bon oyage sv. m
partj given on Sunday for Bonnie
S .,i the home ol her parent*
Mi and Mrs Gerald P Solti 7800
S\\ 7nth Ter An eighth grade
or Mu.lent at Clade- Junior
, left Wedni lay fi i
., three wci k tour of Israel
which her mothei is con-
as a Hadassah lnd< i
e Daj tour
Home Ladies
Will Install
DlffiME!
HERE'S A SUMMER REFRESHER
AT NEW LOW RATES
TO PAMPER YOUR P0CKETB00K!
I WHILE WE PAMPER YOU!)
Free. golf, m.-.-...yes. natural well baths,
personalized diets, nightly entertainment!
WEIGHT WA TCHERS DIET OBSERVED
mm s OR-CHUi n\m\mn spa how a two mum oouar spai
G-eat New Luxury. Comfort and Convenience
Its Always the Season 'or Good Health at
UARRV MSKOW'S
For n sri.ations
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751-7561
cr tl i i-les
and color biuchure
SiABBOR ISLAND
SPA
HARBOR ISLAND.
ON .-JmST, CAUSEWAY
MIAMI BEACH
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Closing meeting and installation
ol oft:.- rs and board members ol
the Greater Miami Women's Aux-
iliary. Jewish Home for the A
will be held ruesdaj noon at the
Algiers Hotel
For the seventh consecutive
year Mrs Lawrence Silverman,
will Ik installed as president.
Honor..!' lib president is Mrs. Sol
Silverman \ icepresidenta are Mrs
r;i\ \i lir Mrs Helen Sparber Ber
man Mrs Louis Makovsky. Mrs
i;,.., i and Mrs Ben Oi
coordinatoi Mrs David Ph I
.... and theasurer.
v 5 f ranc, Entine; recording
. virs Ben Hammer i
Vl. ^r{hur Rosichan, executive
Mill
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brew ersitj Women will give
the m1-'
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chain > luce Mrs llen
ntralto, in a pi -mam
panied on the piano
, res : vat urns l MM
nbaum. auxiliarj
busin ""'>
Beth David
Arts Evening
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present a group of original com
the harpsichord.
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Friday. May r,.
ft* ami members ol the newlv-tormed
oln Hadassah Gioup are standina Ml
to :;qht Mesdames Clarence Wesson Louis
Zinn Blue Bo\ and Eye Bank chabman
Florence Goidtar b telephone squad chairman
Ruth Kauei gadw cV.iwc.m lire membership
oresider.' and Aim Meini. -iniemer.'
iapter Sealed -lett to nqht are
Mesdame Bernard Lachs life membership
coordinator roi chapter. Ira Krv.tzin. financial
secretary ot chapter; Belle Burack Eva M.
Blum, president pro-tem; Samuel Sakiais. past
regional president Henrv B. Wernick. presi-
dent ot chapter and Norman Meyers organiza-
tion chairman, ot .chapter
Top Hadassah Leader Due
it Beach Chapter Meeting

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Mav 12 Installation
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v joti ceremonj with i
French flavoi <* ill usher in th-
. edai s ol l ebanon Has
pital \ .\ list' Frida) i
May ponl Plata I1
Hi- tit hted bj .. Rue de la Paix
Fashion Show, and Ihe presenta
of award* fei Distinguished Votun-
t,-cr Si the annual event is
Keeeted to attrai I km i 800 per
-ons
( hairm.-in ol the da> is Mrs Bj
ron Baaraer. Din uununeed Ihe
noMt<>> eaaeatwe \uv praaMasat,
s K Bronstein. will be guest of
i and will presenl Ihi
Mi Ted Lottermsn, Ca
rill a-- post ol |
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Thr fashion -how undei thr Hi
rection ol Mrs With Zipp will
tun the pn mier showing ol I'
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Mrs Lawnaace \d!n r*ee
Mr
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poadtcm seen tar) Mr-
Frederick i err'
!>.i\ id Hess
Mrs 1 eoaai
treaurri Mi- Frank '' ln%i
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immediate past

unteers i
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ames Jo I I
Nathan llai
Arthur Pi
weitaer, Jet SeiUii
Leon Ecert and Nat G


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PTA Council
Installation Due
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National Airlines
Posts Low Fares
Nil i line-- low ,| |
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Dan Bnx
traffic tales
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the
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Dine Here May 7

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Program will melwiv Mr- Henr\
Je*po Rcwena* I Madeaj
So#n. Tuck*' Group
mctaltati
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sarveti ano to,
7>rocrrr, chairman
laiMlaiMBMai -,. .-.,-.:-
fersser ansedeat
I eheaeaa nil ke
Mi- R
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btt ot i
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CMafHmiTiOW HCtFTIOK eEOCilR |itQ.'[TS "
to up to 3 500 guests
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i'riday, May 5 1967
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Paae 7-B
3 8 Lodge Gives Help to Needy
Tran l iting the spii
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musica and di- Drcazca, at the piano, Mrs. Levin, and Mes-
d i>y Tr.x.e Levin, is the theme for the dames Reloris Wickman, Teni Blum, Jilt Aikin.
Mount Sinai Hospital Auxiliary installation Hope Pomerance, Ruth Popick Arlene Harris.
luncheon to 1 Fndav noon. Mav 12, at Back row are Mesdames Marilyn Smith, Lydia
the Fontaine] Hotel. Pehearsma for the Golcinng and Hortense Ball.
front Millie ,^--^/. ^.-^^-^^.-k, ^jiui^wiwyf wu
IT WILL BE A CHANGE FROM THE USUAL
Mt. Sinai Women to Install
[t wil be a cl
the ii nual ii -> iliati n lunche '
ml x" lospital Kux
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Dr Hichnrd I
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usical Fare
:orLuncheon
n | | aptor W
,. foe Israel Mrs Harr>
ell pn udent, will hold .t paid-
nenlx rship luncheon on Tues
| |i !, ..It! lit '' 1 '
iodfre) Road
Mrs Mi \ I1
airman will introduce '
ucal enterta nm< nl foi the
M>n.
Iiamentarian and Mrs Leoi
honorarj presidi
\ n this yi ar will be ;i
written and
bj Trixie Levin with :i
ai ii women nil <>i

the '.. Sinai Hospital tan
' Keinei
15 4
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MRS. RAYMOND fllMR
lest llaii
lew Leaders A!"
3WV Aux. Helm
officers of I
ewish War Veterans Auxiliarj
30, was held ni the Ameri-
an Legion Hall. 1888 Alum Rd .
hi Thursday at 8 30 p m
The following were installed:
Mr- Bessie Gibber, president;
Irs Ralph Apple, Mrs llytnan Ho
'. ten, vice presidents: Mrs Maurice
Weinman, recording secretary;
: Mrs Estelle Greenfield, corre
[sponding secretary; Mr- Edward
Lieberman, treasurer; Mrs. Ben
Rochwarg chaplain; Mrs. Sydel
Brook*, patriotic inetructreaa;
Mrs. Pauline Zalen, conductreas;
Mrs Goldie Vnoba. historian; Mrs
Reba Cantor, guard; Mrs. Sadie
Steier. Mrs Bertha looperiuan.
flafbearers.
Ceremon) was i" oonducted
by Mrs Sophia Lea, SUM iu-part-
ment president, and Mfi Max
Kern, national conductress was to
be master of ceremonies
HE'S LESTER PALEY. CA.fcRlNG MANAGER
CALL JEfferson S-8811
Dr. Lo Paro
Assn. President
New president of Dade Count)
Optometric Association Is i>i C
.1 lo Paro, was elected on Apr 3
i nhi: officers on the slate
Prs .ml. Harold Taj
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Dobkin. sei n lai
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Seech B'nai Zlon
In Cultural Meet
I;, iser, president. Miami
Beach Chapter ol B'nai Zion. was
to conduct a cultural meeting plan
mi i h irsday, Apr 27. at 8
,, m m the Washington Federal
Auditorium, 1234 Washington Ave
Topic for the evening. "Man's
Quest foi Perfection." was to be
i,oin "The Great Jewish
Book bj Maimonaides
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n.sr a V^f-e
340 Biscd/re Boulevard
TI'IK RACE
Miami, Florida
RAY
IVKfRf. IHf STARS AND HEAVEN WIN YOUR rfST'VlTIFS"
AT THE oEAUTIFUl NEWLY DECCSAfD & ENLARGED
BALLROOM
UP TO
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CALL
CATERING
Strictly Kosher Facilities Available Under Supervision of
RABBI TIBOR H. STERN
FR ?-3792
Miss SHIRLEY,
g Manag'
kiOW AT THE
DUPONT PLAZft
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Arthur Teichner
Newly Appointed
CATERING MANAGER
He is in charge of all 'ood and b-verag-
Mr Teichner s extensive catering coreer with lead-
ing hotels of Europe and Miami Beach is your os
surance of satisfaction
He will be happy to consult with you regarding
weddings, banquets, bar mitzvcms, group meet
ingj or any function from 10 to 1.500 persons
For your specific needs, or infcmotion, please
phone Mr Teichner at 379-8861.
DUPONT PLAZA HOTEL
DOWNTOWN MIAMI, FLORIDA
FOR APPOINTMENT 379-8861
f You'll find complete
Have that facilities to exactly satisfy
your needs in the Kismet,
^ Aladdin, Scheherazade and
^ Rubaiyat Rocrrs, be it for a
Business Meeting.
Banquet, or
Special Occasion
^ wedding or a private party I
it th
lor Information!
HAZEL ALLISON
Catering Director,
JE 1-6061
Jtein St. A Colllna Ava.


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JewtetnorkUan
Friday, May 5. 1967
-" rt Club -* a'no'j>1" Noi Tamid Sunday School discuss cole
il on oi the H\cni holiday season. Standing deft to right]
Mark Vilardi Scott Singei |ody Laurence, Tina Laurvncs,
rioa Borkao Seiqio Bak. Rose Ann Free-
.;.-.' i Green Bonnet Achine, Miss Jacqueline Wohlfaith.
[1 Stiohm. At t. i Marc
Mart man Myina Dauer. Not
ow n teat '.<: Misa Loui cm.
B'nai B'rith Women's Council Chapters
Will Install 1967-68 Officers in May
E nai B rith Women s Council
"i w offi
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(Hotel Mi sdames Robei I '
S rk. John H
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treas i Jack < >hen i.
s Mas S K.
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bei ship \ ice pres dent Mrs
Resnikoff; In Miss He
Silverstein set rel
vni iv Mn Ho.it i ioo
Mrs Mai S ways
Mrs P
Mrs lax S Kei
Mi Jack Zebil
dian, Miss Pau 11 ; man, histo
nan Miss Helen 1 ei in
Mi Max S Ken *ill be chair
of the daj ami will introduce
ntertainment
Harmony Chapter Mill huM its
v eninsj
M.i> Deauville Hotel
Mrs George I i new
sidenl
Mrs .'. ai > i
of the da> v ne>
speaker
Maccabee Chapter hold it> il

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Prexy Due Here
Mr- Mj\ m Rosenberg natii
of n : i n i American
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arrives from
\> w Voi k lo ad Ires* more than
at
its annual H Awards
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Sunday Brunch
For Ner Tamid
Slate Installations
ike, unanin ously
pro-tdont of
Ser Tamid Sistei hood will
be installed with the Sisterhood
ol the .ition
Club on Sundaj morning
annual brunch
Sisti hood offlo ni foi IM7 81
.i- i ohen, founder;
K.i Mn Mil man
ehael Gla
Grentx Mrs N
Mrs Mill "i Singer t Ice
Mn Bert Pi
Bai Glaaei Mi Era
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Mrs r annic Sklar Mrs
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i ||m temple' during
. ill tx i arlton B
Mi yer Leshen, Mit-
led Sistei h tod b
e M< idames Allan
is Abrainson
v Bet nsteii Maurice
Doroth} Berlyn, Hai i
H.itrv Cohen, Morris
\ tin. Ani Deutsch.
S Isidor Deemar Mi i
1 Hymai Eisei baunt Ben I.
Frank l Frankel N
nan A Freeman, Pauhnt
Esther Glaser. David
nan. Charles
!'- Ruth Goldstone, Sam
nfield. William Harris, M
Bees Isaacs, Marr> Ja
u \l.i\ K.it,- I ouia Kleii I
E Klein 1'auline
k i i. lii lei Kornit, Jennie
eshin, Harr> Le
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Harrj Paulshock s i
Pincus, Dan
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lt< snick. Irving Rul
S omoi Morton v '
Shaw H< haw Phi
Sam Silver
Irvine C Speai Louis S
Rebecca Sui Sa
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ton, Paul W'Uson M W
Yasman, Eli Zuckerman,
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Officers Installed
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LOUIS MERWITZER ENDORSES
NORMAN CIMENT FOR
MIAMI BEACH COUNCIL

Mr. Louis Merwitrer. President of the Hebrew Acad-
of Greater Miami and well known for his phtlan-
thropic efforts, stated as follows:
"I have known Norman Cimerrt for
approximately 15 years and find
him to be a sincere, honest and
trustworthy individual. I firmly be-
lieve that Norman Cimerrt, who pos-
sesses deep religious convictions
will bo an asset to our community
as a member of the Miami Beach
City Council:'














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Friday. May 5, 1987
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Mrs. H. Franklin Williams to Take Prexy
Helm of South Dade Technion Unit
Mra ii lin Williams will
be Insti i.: .1. presid -it of the
South I chapter, Women Dl
' '-" rican Sdciet) for
Techni.....Fri v y 12. 1
11 am. ., 1 >,.. |, ,|d ,
the Bj h in th
Starlll Installing officei
th<> ;i'!' li be
Mrs D
Enter! ien1 will be proi
by "Shi a," interpreter ol 1
lernational folk gongs
Shaloi Mrs Howard Lessner!
has pei 1 fee hou* -.
on radii ai d m the cultural arts
s''1" 1 the Dade Count} sch once taughl instru
men! fl> g in the first Israeli An
Servta d is n >v al the in,
vecsity 1 Miami, working for a
degree i nusic therapy.
Outgi Technion president.
Mrs Mi \ 1: nounced
th;.t Mi flarrj i. Maj will be
pi-'M nti fe tn the >< ai
award
Othi ers to I installed foi
1967 w? be vice presidents, Mrs
Ha old .t. Mrs loel Beloc, Mrs
1 Ha ;iii(i Mrs David Ser
urer, Mrs Hai
: 1 anclal secretary
Juliu Propn;
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Mrs
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Vloe I an-
s dnej M ink Anne S I
Albert Pick, Sidney Richman. Gi
laid Soli.-. Martin Spector, Ben
rrupkin Bernard Yesm and
Vntoinettc NVolli
^ Technion, the Israel Instil r*c of
rechnoloi y, is the onlj 1
in- university in the Middle East
["echnion gra luate> 31 nol onl>
in thi 1 rj phase
(,; Israi 1 lustrial ai I agricul-
tural development, but also 1
on .1 mission of ill and
technological education to the new
Afro Asian countries
Aged Home OK 9s
11 to New Terms
Eleven present members have
been rv* ected to the board of
director- -i the Jewish Home foi
the \ ..1 the lloi:ie> Apr I
board mettiAg.
Nami 1 i were 1 eo
Rose, J esidenl. former Judge
I; \ ing < .pen honoi arj president;
Col .).n M Arvej and Baron
Hirsch Mi 1 honorar) vice presi
dents Bresler David 15
Pleemi 1 1 or! Krai iti and Jack
S Popii ic< presidents; Stanley
M Becd 1 an ol Holl>w ood, ti eas
urer. Sai Resnick, financial sec
retarj. Mis Lawrence Si 1 \< 1
man. n sei retai >
Electi then first terms wen
Mrs Ja< r ay) AMin. vice presi
dent, Mrs Ruth .1 Bi
g sei eti
1 bj acclama
Samuel I Ruby, "t
1 with his wife recentlj
S165 000 for construe
. Rub) Auditorium .it
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torium "ill serve as .1
. and cultural centei
for thi 1 222 :< sidents Con
structioi expected to begin by
the mi.i. "i June Architects are
Smith ai Korach Miami
A m.. beiteficiar) ageni j ol
the Greater Miami Jewish I
eration and the United Fund, the
Home has been accredited as an
Kti nded < an facility bj the Joint
( ommission on Accn ol
Hospitals it I- a membei a tern j
of the Welfare Planning Council
md 1 Association ol Home
for the Aging
corres|w
Ti. ti
tion u.
Chica
conti
tion of ti
The 1
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Hadassah Unit
installation Set
Shaloma Hadassah was to hold
an installation luncheon on Thurs-
thc Algiei if
Officers foi 1967 68 inclu le Mrs
lr\ in Shapi 0 pi Mrs Mi
chai I Fi insti In Mrs \ I eiei
ai 5 pres 1 1 Mi s
\braham Mason, honorary vice
president; Mrs Max Eskin, n
be 1 ship, Mi s Moris Giller, fui d
raising Mrs Joseph Rappaport,
program chairman; Mrs Elizabeth
Richmond foreign and domestic
.ill,hi Mi 1 Ion nee Bei kow it/.
Mrs Sara Silver, Mi Ji nnie B 1
Mrs Morris Kripple, si
taries; Mrs Harrj Kohn, treasurer;
Mr- Milton Sn km. parliamentarian
Outgoing president
chael Feinstein.
is Mrs Mi
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\ gala Night at the Opera will
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.North Miami Beach Symp]
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Pago 10-B
+ lenUt fhrHi^r
Friday. May S. 1967
th of a tiovi
torn Mcncnesx. will be ret by
^abb; Euaene Labovnz before mtn.
;ie Temple Ner Tc: :hood en Tuesday
nomine Proceeds ere for the Library Fund.
Top 'left to right are Mrs. Paul H. Press, Mrs.
Moilie Fabric, l.bianan Frank Woiland. Rab-
bi Lcbovitz Larry Golden and Charles New-
.. Seated are Mis. Anna Brown. Mrs. An-
na Deutsch, and Rabbi Leon Goldbeiuer
planning the event. Mrs. Molhe Fabric is chau-
man of the ev.
Renanah Hadassah Installation May 16;
Singing Star Betty Clooney to Appear
.ion new l>
, esident >! 11
stalled in a
v
Weinstein, Council
Candidate, Offers
Beach RX
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l

K< i Mia I
Ming i
<( a
ievsiaJ i' i
Ml foi
term morl
.. interest rales
- and couples
I i
Rum 1X1 g I it;, i ouncil mat
GroU| 6. WeiBteitl added, the
i mmitti e i- considering new ideas
t young) i iH.'upk- to thi>
i it- and we invite Interested
etutivea to join the brain
- il!..: se SS |i
CARIH Week
May 1 to 7
lovernoi Claude R Kirk
.;. to Mrs S ctaej R "
May 1-7 as
a::1 thma Wi
Th<
thma
;il in

h to
CARIH '
i |n i isting
v ,00
are '
Mrs Robert Bernei education Mrs
Mrs
Robert I ohen: mesneersh ; lbs
Id pi Mis

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Mrs
lr\ inc S|
Will I I

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Mrs Paul Ptotkin. Mrs Shi
. M ''
Merkos Gives
Free Loans
Pounded four yeai
aiulMuiras Rosenberg the iterates
Hebrew Free Loan Soci l>
j. without interost, to ,
who are unable to obtain loans
elsewhere, and an- in need
IaJ aid
The Rosenberg brothers' initial
grant established the Fret I
which has a large membership at
ilu pel annum
The membership f*S is Used I"
increase the fund, and all clerical
work is done on i ohmterj '
This ins
enabling all monies do
nated to be used for the sole pur
o! aiding those in need
Since its inception, the I i
has distributed some i; o' kx i
UM Junior At
Time Magazine
Student Seminar
of Mi
ami Junioi, i
in 1


i market
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environi)
Rosi n. 23. of Fi x
tended Ki ,l,1~
and Miaoi l|l"-'
, fan con ii to
., ami in th I96fl He is
loi of public
appa I'm. professional busi
ness frati i i Ij a rep ibe
Hun icane, a brothei of P I
,'i social t: '
I&J lation
MRl. HOWARD CORDON
UNICEF Director
In Talk Here
' t" s Execut
Directoi of l N'tCEF w ill '
'I. \ Hoi
>\ Open to :h. imblii' the k
;- being sponsored bj the Florida
Diviaiofl ol Church Women
Prol Andre S Biaiolenki i.- ;
ident ot ibe Miami Beach Ctiapu i
: I oited Nations, and Mrs Philip
llouu is liau* i ount\ Direct)
I'SR BF
Cardiac Hosptlal Installation
The Miami Reach Chapter of the
National Children's Cardiac Hospi
its installation lunch-
eon on Wednesdaj Ml) 10, at the
Algiers Hotel The outgoing i
i- Mrs II< Fine The
iident is Mi Dorothi
Miller InstalHni i- Cle
mentine K -mp
State Attorney
Richard Gerstein
At Beth Sholom
SI

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b | l J:
i
;
ai tit ities of thi
tant Ral I
r of the youth
]: lional D
ne> s Ass lein is
,, pasl nt of the Pi
ni j tssocii Flori
Of the \
Ida
He was selected ..- Mia
Outstanding Youni Man of 1091
one of the five outstandii
in Florida in 1958, and in
whu). was named one ol th
outsMandang government >tfi<
the Slate of Hoi ida
Summer Movies
For Children
The 12 week WometCO Summer
Movie i luh foi Children beghu OB
.tune 13 al the Mirai at, ICM 91
Palm Springs and Twin One The-
atres
To ree evert Feeeeaj steetingal
10 .i iu., except .it 'he Miracle.
which starts at 930 a m tickets.
for the series will gfj OB sale at
the theatre- on Mav IS
1'eMgnid t rw>| and l h
young at heart the IIIMWt month
' held in ail eondi
ed comfort at theaters where
the children are Mipen ised
R0Bil ROSIN
Corner Firm
Names PR Firm
'I he Miami Beach agei
i I
is public i
and adi
| Bat k of Miami Bl I
sell carti has served at
ol the *
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man
i
June
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I- IK
K) Va

Albany Club
Concludes Season
\ ">
.1 will I
,
H '
\ m ial hour will I
the n
Leaving the U. S,
Couple is Feted
Temple Zansora M
and Mi- s m <
Millei at a spa Cial <
neadej muni The coup wi
leaving a' the aegtauui ol M
foi II ol '< '
te.i an a-wgriiuent
Dr Maxwell Dauer t. ctoi i
vision of I
th- Cniwrsit) of Mian Ml
School gave a talk on S.enci
Technology m Israel "
Hemaan IHuglf la Men's Cl
president and llis TO)
pioKram chairman
Guest in Pu Dr \aron Kshan \.
mcioi of laI in I
-t apaohei al bjtsj Frutaj
ning sen ions of Teoaj
He wlH Omhmm lh. Evi
\nni\irsai\
lalk on Health Maintenance
I Club 2
a,, Health Mam -
i a at.
aften B42 Wa Ave
Be ir main relieion-
the Bom I
Siscayne Demos
Elect Officers

Court
Mel '
1 litef M Vhtred
.1 U\l- Ii
special candlehghting a
nory of the 6.000.000 Jews who
ned duriic; World War II and of the 24th
anniversary of the uprising of the Warsaw
to aided in the Third Seder dinner and
celebration of the Greater Miami Committee
for the Israel Histadrut Campaign. Pictured
'left to naht> are the Mesdames Trudy Homer
schlag. Jacob Rifkin. Jack S Popick. Sam Fein
n, Monis Newmaik. Anna Brennei M<
and FUie Bonem. Mrs. Hameschlag
rangements chairman, with Mrs. Bo:
chairman oi hostose Mrs. Meyers c
a lunrheon meetinq ot attorneys eril
Herbert S. Shapiro at the Fontaineblea-.i H
at which Supreme Court Justice WUlian
Douglas spoke.


Friday. May 5. 1967
knistifh*Jetton
Israel Government Accused of Waste
In Many Leading Industries
Paaell-B
IKMSM KM fJTAl
runt roller Y i: \,
i us..: tl i Government ol wast* in
.1 number ol I i Ida in hit .,, ,, ,,;
i 'in- week The repi rl cri
'I government allocations ol
reserves, export quotas,
lo port productivit) exi -nsivc
road-building ;""i unexplaii i
prnment loans
in .i comment on tii.....port. nr.
-
i. xpayers' monej penalized hu
man beings, the very people who
id "ii state mone) i ir
edueatioi icial welfare and di
!!' urged greati r !' .rl ..
mentar> sup ., talon on mplemen
ttion c- state budget >-:- i-t, to
avoid thor-e which ie i .. |.-,i out
uardl> impressive in ol lessei
long r hi utility
Nazi Hunter Carrying
On Relentless Drive
By RABBI BARRY SCHWARTZ
Simon Wlesenthal i^ ihe Jew
.*h Documentation I i ntei. Rudoli
I 7 111, Vienna Krom his
ped two room suite and a
el income which In- dei ives from
individual contributors, Wiesen
thai n i i cliei tellc which
> i iffcr him no assistance, re
i press
ititude II. ; .1. r Stellver
represental -a
million silenced Ji v. -
Hi' Ik.- devoted In- hi. ',.
' il lb..-,- in.iln ious cul| rlts
e\( r brougbl t'. just iheir
assault .i .iii.-i the hi
i i Since his releast
1 ..nip .ii Mauthausen in 1945
hi has continued hi- pKii.---.cin ;i-
.. Ira hiteel p pi i h piece
i' i- constructing edifici I l
.'.i.u-h will eventual
,i-"il ] prosecution "t tl
. \.i/i-
Wieie-nthdl's methods of inves-
tigation are necessarily obscure.
His L'ocument.ilion Onter is lo-
.. d in a countiv wh-ve o*.r
o it- thousand Nazis residfl hs
. -.oectful citizens, many :i
them c-overnment employees and
po'ice officials. He is in a city
where most people are hyper-
sensitive to the implications of
Ehrenbeleidigung dishonor.
He thereto, e takes the
p.oper precautions and is con
s'antly aware of Ihe danger to
his personal safety. But Wic-
senthal has a cause.
i I:. m and
i,. I' iu ar (rials, in- has hen
. atherin and assimilating data and
documents rwentj years of ama
-n e files, preparing dossiers, I
ing ihjwn anonymous leads from
sordid Informants have paid ".:
Kr-m- Barope to South America lip
ih. North American continents,
a ~i-nth.it'- network i- operating
rhe Nazi < in-1 "i Jewish Affairs
\, i II Bichman; the officer reaper
-ii i. tor Mi.- death (> Anne Prank,
Karld Silbcrbauer; the commander
of ih<- Trcblinka -iwl Sohihor vn-
houses, r'rani Paul Stang-I aw
among the 900 who art enfravi l
,, th.- roll "I .li-hmioi mil iSJNO
ill I ll> .
Martin Bormann, l>> Joaeph
M, i-.. i.- arc among 'h. B. on Wiescnthal's li-i The sHockine
- iiuii oni\ 11 percent
i | German war crinatnab wri>' ap
I ended b> governmental baaM
i, percent fennd gu*lt> j"
a -i i... lit- i tilted
buna
\",r the uiir Wteeenthal tna
,,,,,,,.,, that ol hi- and in- Hfc -
family, lhc> were ih.- only mean-
. ;,i1V(. the) had loat *w rela
us,-- Vet, there a^ aofnethhi
,.>,,,>, iiv He .<- determined
not ">* '" l",-,'''
New Rabbi of Both Raphael
Temple Beth Kapharl. 1548 -lef
rerson Ive will 'koine newlj
, ,,, .,.,. |, ,| i David Haah (hiring
the coming Pasaoeer
which he also conducted, on
Monday ".l Tuesdaj morning,
Haa 1 aivd 2
He was equally determined not to
hate or si ek revenge Phis would
Impede his goal Hi- mission de
manded .i passioned enthusiasm foi
project tempered with the dis
ine ol .i -.-entitle scholar
WiMenthal's present activities
include the publication of an In
formation Bulletin for the be-
nefit of his devotee. He describes
his latest activities and lists the
names, aliases, and whereabouts
of Naiis he has located, the "tipi"
he has received about other
wanted criminals. He exposes
tho*e responsible for extermina-
tion in specific countries, cities
and counties.
In 'h.- local Jewish Vieni
newspapei "Dos Ausweg." Wk
11 i.i 1 -inn. uncli niateiia.
!u- i nthusiasts li,~ hope
v 111. I
.'.nli variou
!> How ships in "i .1. r to get
.ill
'..
II. :

: ml II "'i ieal niti i ca
limes
, .I-. ihe Na?i is set fre. Mori \er
man? ii ii ol
i- who come
\'a tormentors, i'Ul
he or -Ih i- intimidated or
fused l>> the cruel interrogation
P ocedures, and Iheir te~>timon; be
comes invalid and useless The
case is adjourned Another \...
. xonci .it.'.I.
Winston Churchill emphatical-
ly stated after D-Day, June, 1944.
Declarations by all the Allies
should be made in public, so th.;
everyone connected with these
murders will be hunted down
and put to oVafh."
Immediatel> after ihe war there
w- HO dearth ol pronoun wm~! i
iron. WOrM leader- of their rtedi
cation to Nazi lefittmtlon Vel
Wiesei Hi. i -ian -.uii <>f the iitunhTei- among u
Ihe title of hi- i-ecenl hook, M.
Grew Hill. March SI, PJff Mil
purpose i- ..hMoti- "The new
eratton ha- to hear what ihe o
tenet atioii rel naa to rell "
Richard Tucker
To be Cantor
Kieh.nl luek.-i nwfd-i.iiw.vned
Metropolitan. Opera tenor, will
..-in, .1- cantoi for 'he High Hoi)
Days .i. the Pork Synaaragne Shame
Shdom of Chicago foi the sixth
nmseeuttv- yi
i msisiered one ol the worW's
meat authentic interpreters in ih.
I ,,i Hebrew itur ical music
C'antoi rucker will I articii ate ia
the Bosh Haahonah and Yom Kip
pui observances which begin thi'
,, w.-nne.-.i..'. evening, Oet
4
Thi m spiritual lead
er i~ Rabbi Vlvin S Kltfinerman,
William S Kap.an is praahteot
His massive report sharply cri-
ticized the Finance Ministry for
ia> r.r as-nv larce resery, in its
budget tor unforeseen cc-itin-
gencies "which thus are no! ap-
proved by Parliament." The
report declared that Ihii was
one of the "e^c-,'iv manipula-
ton- permitting ..uthorities to
u:-e funds vitho-j' speritk Parli-
mentary approval.
'Ilu repi.it critic -.-i1 the Min -
l<2 Com.....rce .md Indus rj for
' < > -i .- '. on exports
"' t'i'.i- vvni.ii receive spp
Government export -ub.-idies
which the report said ran into
dozens ..i millions ol pounds
The report also was critical "i
;i number ni government backed
sactions citing the purchase
>'i n sugar refinery in whi< h u
ij livelj large amount" ol govi n-
funds were lost. I; lauded
the Israel Poit Authoiii
i ; i account i -\ stem
but denounced low port o.-Ui
'mi. and '"over-large*' loan
w irkei -
I hi n poi' criticized Hi. .- t> :
i j for "very v
building projects ami lor lack
lequate ic irdinatii
He planning and buridin
i controller :il-.i fo md
tlu n were more than 8.00(1
c.iPied Goveriiment-buil!
estimated to h;i\,- ."- more
than 100.000.000 IS83000.I
l he report also said that
built b( fore 19.17
still emptj
Government grants to schools
of the ultra-Orthodox Agudah Is-
rael also came under fi'-:. Tl-e
repct asserted that the Agudah
had failed to submit d-'ail'-tl re-
ports on its expenditu- e. 'o rhe
Fducation M n slry Th > port
-!.o chaiged bad housinn -".d
b d sanitary conditions In t ,
.1 teiicol* and th it Ine Ed.
ticn Ministry appeared unabi
\o bring about improverr
Th. report f":' id inc i
Mark Greene
Lion's Contest
State Winner
A Miami Dade Junior College
student. Mark Greene, was named
state winner in the Lions Club
peace essaj contest.
in- entry, entitled "Peace Is At
tainahle,' has been forwarded for
judging in one of the eight inter-
national geographical divisions In-
to "inch the 138 countries "ith
Lions Clubs have been divided
The eenay had previously won the
Miami I.ion- chili contest and the
i-nntc-t for clubs in South Florida
\ historv major at M DJC North,
Mark will receive his associate m
.\ i- degree thei month The son ol
Mr and Mrs Wi.li.mi Greene, l~.9
s\\ 4th si hv hop.-- in attend the
rim. raits of Miami and plans a
career in leteMn.
Meek was hone,, d at a 1 Ions
district meeting In Kej West Sun-
day, Apt --; and has be< n asked
to read his essay al the Florida
state convention <>i Lions ..i Mi
Hcach in MJ
Winner- el ihe regional contest
will receive 81,000 plus a trip
to ibi- 80th anntversarj comention
ol i.ion- in CMeago on July .. inp
prim i- a S86, career grant given b> Lions Inter-
natiot
Mn. Biaiole*ki in Tallahassee
ih ion s Btetoli nki i hail man,
the Di
ci attc \\ emens Ouh ol t loi ida, is
in Ttallahasaee for its quarterlj
aewtang ami Ii gislative seminal
Daughtei Pamela will serve >- a
Florida Legislature be
gimme in Ma\
.. .
jes bj the Mi.-
I. :
Aas ii re -
orded bj tin ilinistrj foi i i lid-
approvir
I'll.- Defense Ministrj .- i
1.1 for using unbudgeted funds
and lor t ,-i >ue" am
i is The report urg*d th. n
Ministry lo iiudgi \
Hem- each major arms develop
nui t and pr< i lion p.ioje.
ennt.oll.-r is appointed dire ?!> i j
I'.i li.inent
Luck Urges
Voter Support
11in. i- running out. and ever)
voter on Miami Beach has the
right tn kimw where evi ry candi-
date stands on iill the issues' said
mayoralit) candidate, Morn- Luck,
in addressing a meeting of his
campaign committee :.i his home
on Parkview Island
Each of the other candidates !
taken a wait and see attitude",
said Luck ,i~ he outlined his
Vlorris Luck Plan for Miami
B< .1. h which included
. new City Hall more central!)
ited reduced bus fares for
ei or cit izens, i npro\ emi nt ol
public beaches, parking meters
with -i ... period, more police
for residential areas, concerted
- i i attract young fam lies
widening i i Fifth SI expansion
ol Convention facilities
A resident ol Parkview Inland
on Miami Beach, Luck is married
to Hu- former Sail) Katon and ha.*
four sons, ..II ol whom ha\-e
uatcd from the Miami Beach Senior
High and the I'niversit) ol Miami
\- ,i director and founder of the
Parkview Island Civic Vssociation,
he helped sti er through the t it)
Council iin appropriation ol S135
mprove tin lies ol the
bland.
He i bei ol Temple
Park
i
Beth Moshe Sends
Representatives
To Sprinq Confab
Mrs David Rosenfeld .\i> i
Rabbi Ro Mrs SI
!. S a ill rep Bi I
he Sisti rhood at I ie -i
nference ol the I lorida Bin
inal Women's Lea ie Ci
gogue
m Port ii Call Island In- Tierr
'. ii.i from M.i- ;; 10
Other Beth Moshe members .i
tending will l><- Mrs Arthur
Brown, branch president, and Mr>
Marty Martin branch corresponi
ing secret an
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Friday. May 5. 196?
7>
ranees
aL^ehma
DOUY
We
the
Womer
.'. V.AN OF THE WEEK
She was
.
Phi K. ''
ds of doing for
- 50 tl
Opo !l use It was
-. :.. 1 w; 1 had
h n '
.
Even (hough
and
scho Ihen tra
ssure ted with dating,
ly's grades bet ame even
better
It ua> a thrilling moment for
her when Dollj made what is now
Mortal- Board She was expecting Mindy when she waa
graduated so Mindy, after .ill those month* In college,
should bo the smartest of all of the four Harris children
the others'are Stuart. Andrea and S.n> but they are all
'mart
It was PTA, Scouting and Temple Beth Am Sisterhood
all the ua\ Polly co-chairs planning for the child:
Seder and Confirmation Ball, as well as chaperonea the Re
tioaf for confirmand.s a! Heth Am As Doll) seel it. her
children are fortunate in SO many ways SO that she can
try to help those less fortunate she always had thai
example before her in her own mother, Pauline Levick,
who* waj of life it i>. and she hopes that her own chil-
dren will take her for
D0II3 has been a member ol Lorbci 1 haptet of the
Childrei \ search Instil Hospital for tet
Iding everj office and chairmanship In i!H>t; she
,on thx eted Good Heart Aw eek she wi 11
: it) has continued to I
life Sh has l" the Alumnai
Vss icial ta Phi Epsilon
ictive chapter at I
n City 1 nhellenii the is nationa man
" Bei .......at
Scrvici I. In March sh< was
niversit) of Miami.
is alwa) culous hi
: ill of th< munit) work she does 1
dental appointments, club meet
II I the like, she 1- a!: aid that her standard' have
1 Ices 1 and the < hildn n of
akii scarves and pillows,
to art and antiqui shows but 1-. accord'
d< finition, a reluctant buyer
11 1 a ivi that to ha1 e a husband
in thi But !ak<- it from Doll) it
1 Brnk w 1! brlt g home from
: Market anything thai he can remem-
so when Doll) goes to shop, she
lies home and mal

famil : ur kids make a nice family
! y he I pi: I the
that eat, and | 'her
UOTS Leader On Official Visit
Jessica Hurwitz
Engaged to
Jacob Hen-Tov
Pal Mi B !.< '! Hurwita
'iient
ilrs 5
\.\ ol I (an, Isn
was
m laud with
nl her
'. i;. i I i'n er
Pro-
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Hel \ a
Hi \ Hi
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5
the reci] lent of the
er Knight
v inm thi Sal ount ;1 of
Engl ard she
1 ident
11 st nil 1 > ouncil
The prospective bridegroom la
ass -taut professor of history and
political science the Hoi) I
: in Massachusetts He re
1 his HA degree m ';|W antl
political science from the Hebrew
Universit) He bolda a masters of
law degree from Harvard L'niver
sity He is now a candidate tor the
PhD degree at Brandeis University,
The wedding is planned for
Sunday afternoon May 28th at
Temple Miahkan Tefila in Newton.
Mass \ reception at the Southern
House Hotel will follow
Mrs. Balaban
To be Honored
By JWV Women
1 lOI! I 1
Mary, 1 h v.
frhntdsl
Son-lay. m Algiers -1
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will 1 tip m.
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MISS JiSS.CA HUBWIJZ
Janice Isenberg
To be Fall Bride
Mr and Mrs Daniel H. I>en
berg, of HirmJnuham. Alabama.
announce the engagement of their
daughter, Janice, U> Alan Michael
Blumenfek), son of Mr and Mrs
Sidney Blumfeld, 63H1 SW ti4th St.,
South Miami
The bride-to-be attended Ramsay
Hi :h Sell Birmingham and
will from the L'niversit)
of Alabama in May She is a
member of Delta Phi EpeUon,
social sorority
The prospective bri n at
a 1 oral Gables High and will
graduate from the University of
Alabama in Ma) He 1- a member
and past president of Alpha Epsilon
Pi sot :.il fraternity
\ Sept 2nd wedding is planned
Fight for Sight League
Fight for Sight League ol Gi
or Miami. Rhoda M Levine Chap
tei. will meet for lunch on Ma)
B al the Fontaii ebleau Hotel This
will be the chapter's 11th annual
donoi meeting
MISS JANKl ISfNBf 16
Sept. Nuptials For
Linda Rochkind
Dr and Mrs Reuben Rochkind.
2130 s\v 22nd Terrao nnounce
the engagement of their daughter
Linda Beth, to Ir Stephen Ira
Katl >on of thi' late Dr and Mr-
Kate, Bcthesda, Maryland
1 bridi led graduated from
Miami High and Sophie Newcomb
whi re sh. was elected to
Phi Beta Kappa >.h' i> currently
wi rklng on her mastei It
Stanford University, majoring in
Spanish She plans to eontinw
education ..t the Umvi
Miami.
Her fiance, a uraduat, of the
Universit) of Maryland gradu
with honor* from Tulane I niver
Bit) Medic..; s, (:,,! ;i(| ,s 11U
interning at the 1 os Vngeles Coun
ty General H He will be
a residei l in di
"'
A Si pt 3rd wedding planned
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Friday. May 5, 1967
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*ISS MARILYN DORF
Marilyn Dorf
To be Bride
Mr and Mrs. 1 thii \k
!T;':'' v' Beach an
ol (hi ii
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Marian Wynne,
Bernard Goldfarb
live in Miami
Marian Patricia \V.\nne and Bern-
ird Phillip Goldfarb were married
\or. 16 in Temple Beth Am with
"UK. A lunch-
eon reception
ro] lowed the
ceremony at the
r ip o- the Col
umbtu
A reporter on
'h' Coral Gabies
I' i m e s an d
luide, the new
Mrs Goldfarb is
the daughter of
Mr and Mrs
'niiis Feit. No
Miami
The | room i-
Ih son of Mr
and Mrs Paul
' I' .(Irs. Goldfarb
' I He exi i utive direc-
' the Ht .
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Mm for Right Living
"Benjamin's Travels and Rules
or Right Living" will be the topic
'li" lecture b> Or. Abraham
ivolfson before the Spinoza Forum
or viuit Education which meets
\<'i\\ Thursday morning, 10 to 12
:""". In the auditorium of the
Washington Federal, I2:i4 Washing-
ton Ave.
Beach High PTA
Sets Installation

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bows


Beach Lod^e Will
Meet Candidates
Candidati fur mayor and eoun
oilman 1 Miaaai Beach will have
thou da al the weekl) lunch.....1
n eting 1 I i< Miami Beach B nai
B'rith Lodf< on Tuesday, at the
Di Lido Ht tel
Thi fi lit :ng candidates will bo
given an < iportuujty to speak
For n ., nr, 'ay Dermer, Morris
Luck, Melvin J Richard, Elliott
Roosevi 11 Morris Zucker
I'oi ouncilman, Group l\'.
Norman < iment, Bernard A Frank.
Milton M Gayer; Group V. Harvey
S Abramv.n. Dave Herman, I) Lee
Powell Louis Yernell. Group VI,
Jim Be! Castro, Herbert Ma
lieonard < Weinstem
Samuel Pascoe, lodge president,
announces that Gershon Miller will
act as chairman, and Irving Schatt
man as co chairman of the meeting
Irving Scbenker is in charge of ar-
rangements
1
i the
. BA in
... B'ri I: Gil!
' i retary of the Eleanor
Roosevelt B'nai Bnth Women,
l he 1 idegroom received BA
chologj u 1 n the L'ni
ersit) of Minnesota, and a law de-
ree from Drake University A for-
ner captain in the l'.S Crmy, he
erved in th Judge Advocate Gen
ial s t'oip. He is a member of
he Illinois and Iowa Bar.
The Goldfarbs took a wedding
trip to the Bahama islands < hie
ago, III and Madison. Wise They
now live 111 Miami
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John II Manry, Jr. president.
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John J Engel was named an as
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Greenfields On
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Following Rites
Joann Hack and Drew
Greenfield were married
ville, Mich., on Saturday.
Brika
sanme
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Apr. 29.
i he bride, daughter of Mr. and
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Michigan at Ann Arbor, receiving
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I

of V:oi in A
-
the i
bles Mi Gn will attend
the Universal
j
PhySiSs Resenstefo,
Chester S toiler
Are Engaged
Mr and Mrs VIbert Bosenstein,
5415 Collins Ave formerly of New
Vork City, have announced the
enielit of their daughter,
Phyllis sue. to Eric Chester Stoll
er. The prospective bridegroom is
the son of Mr and Mrs Philip
Stoller, 4525 Anderson Rd Coial
Gables.
The future bride is i graduate
of Birch Wathen School in New
York, and attended L'Institut Monte
B '-e in Territet, Switzerland, and
the University of Tours. Fiance.
sin will graduate in June from
Jackson College, a division of Tufts
Universitj for Women
The bridegroom to be graduated,
na cum laude, from the Uni-
versity of Miami, and will receive
a degree in June from Howard I'm
versity School of Law
Natl. Airlines
Sets Apr. Record
National Airlines set a new April
passenger boarding record and en-
I the second largest number
of passengers in any one month in
the historj of the airline. J. Dan
'-.. vice president, traffic and
reported this week
The 1967 April record of 399.342
passengers exceeded by 8 207 the
number earned bj the airline in
the -ame month last year, the previ
oils record April.
Th,. Miami Beach Senior High
School PTA will hold its general
meeting and installation luncheon
at noon. Tuesday. May !l. 1967 al
the Embers Restaurant
Mfs Jerome Benson outgoing
PTA president will conduct the
meeting, and Mrs Harrj Needel
man is chairman of the day
Mrs Anna Premier Meyers
communitj leader and member oi
Hi-' Dade Count) School Hoard.
will install the new slate of offii rs
for 1987-68 The new officers are
Mrs Ralph Mervis, president;
Mrs Joseph Pardo, president-elect
Mrs Harold Mostkoff, vice presi
dent; Mrs Paul Karlson, vice
president Mrs Harry Needleman,
corresponding secretary; Mrs
Sahag Giritlian, recordi'n
tary; Mrs Arthur Lowi urer;
'I h<
i
111 |<
Theater Party
rs Annual Affair
i i
i art)
. ii
of the i on
Film to be shown, The !.
Chapter, with narration bj '!
dore Bikel, .- Ihi eloquent storj o
the 1,000 year historj ol Poland -
Jews This will be the pur.
premier in Miami
Tickets and reservations maj be
made daily at the synagogue offict
The cast includes Mrs Ell'ot C.
Cohen, Mrs William Eisenl
Mis Sahag Giritlian Mrs Wa
Levin, Mrs Heibert Marks. Mrs
Joseph Nevel, Mrs Alden Porter.
Mrs Hope Pully, Mrs Al Beibel,
and Mrs. Leonard Bivkind. The
piano accompanist is Mrs J. an
King
In charge oi reservations to the
installation luncheon are Mrs
Jack Glassman and Mrs ai.
Sheffman
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+Jfni*t HtrkUnr
Friday. May 5. 1967
Samuel Ab/omson Glenn fteier Gregg Schoari, Tho Sni.kman Trocey Daviatson
Morris Mhrahi
,
Samuel Abrjmson
di \h and Mrs
W'lll'. I
lorah as
Bctl I
11

. i,. i ;i in
I Hi

tward
IT,.
nd collect
and 11 -11 i-
Mi and Mrs vbramson will h i
ic Kiddush following the services
thi Bitea ract
Morns Miirahi
On Siturday morning. Ma> 6
lorris ilizrahi soi ol \ii and Mi -
,,, k \' r.iiste,!. .' 4 \.:. BIS \>e
ill be Bai MiUvah at Beth l
.on
Morris i- an \ student on a
larship ;: the Hebrew \. a
Alan Elkms
iu ii at Temple Israel will includi
Bai Mitzvah m Alan Jack
t Mi ami Mrs Nathaniel B
Ikit.N
Alan iv ai. honor studi I
i or act Mann Junioi High
A dinnei reception "ill he held
-., ;.,'. i ; hi m honoi "i thi
i Mitzvah and his twin si
ill. at tin- Diplomat r<>untr> Club
The celebrant and his sister are
dcbildren ol Mi and Mis
taeph < ohen <>f Miami Beach Mi
"hen i newly-elected president
: the Ji wish Nat oi al Found
Gregg Schagrm
Oi Maj i m
en | Ft 1 audei
ale will celebrate the Bai Mitzvah
t (in
seventh grade at
;: ind is a
II i the past
membei
i'i l auderdalc Jewish < i
m mber ol the
h Andn Baseball l.ea.in
I he ec ebrai I '- th Mi-
ami Mi- Marvii
Mrs \ t'a
II bi here
I Mi Si ii ha* h..... ;
it |v
Rafael Stein
Mi and V: i azai St< in I take
Saturday May 6 at
Coneri
Beth El Religious
-
Lawrence Hankoff
oe 11 m is, -"ti ol Mi
Mrs e B Hankoff. will be
come Bai Mitxvah on Saturday
May i; al Temph El
I aw rence is in thi seventl
utilus Junioi Midi Si bool II.
participates in sports ,,! all kinds
.mil has appeared in mam man..': ,
play -
. ; Hankol I Mi
and Mi Ray l anficld ct and
,-i i. i i brant ill att
he event
Tracey Davidson
i...... F< lit e daughter ol Mr
Stanley Davidson and Mr- Ruth
Davidson will become Bas Mitzvah
Friday May S al Beth David
i- .hi eighth grade stu
dent il I nee Del eon Huh and
has beei attending Beth David Re
ligious School for the past nine
-
She i- intereted in horseback
riding sewing, and readii
s / Davidson ol Montreal, and
Mr and Mrs \ Pett grandpi
,. rraci y will attend thi
and Oncg Shabbal in honoi ol the

portion <>t the Hoftorah on the oc
: his Bar Mitzvah at Beth
rorah 1 oumctatioii. No Miami
Mnv t".
ran i- Ihe son of Mr and Mrs
-. i razer 19430 NE in pi
\ dinnei dance "ill be held in
,1 the Hotel < Dram l
Glenn is Dresident ol his class at
land Oaks in Skj Lake and
as ball lor the I
ll seas
Thomas ihiebeman
David Mr

Almn Hkim
Mrs Paul Shiekman, 29 Samana
Dr. Bay Heights, will become Bat
ktiuvah M Beth David Com
non on Saturday Maj 8
Thomas ha- been attendim Beth
David Raligious School for Ihe past
five years and is in the eighth
. at Shenandoah High He is
ested it: goll boath fishing,
and sports
Mr- Simon Shiekman and Mr
Murray Di
nts of Thomat i nd the
-,: Kiddush I
SUNDAY NIGHT
Zionist Council
To Mark Israel
19th Anniversary
Zionist Council of South I
Ida will celahrata the unii
I s.iry of Israels independent,
Sunday. 8 p.m.. at Miami 1
High School.
Habbi Avrom Dia/in will
sent the Kabbinieal Associ
i.reetinns will be offered In
mom l.iebman. former dinetoi
the Southeast region of the /
.m/alion of Aniei
Dr. S. T SwirsVy, associate pro
lessor of world civilixation at V
ami-Dade Junior College and
spiritual leader of Beth Jacob
will also speak.
In Parting Talk,
lie Doubts War
Mi
'ii v

' Mskl VIU
B
liam B Nussei

Glenn Fraier
' em Man I
i
I SITED N \1 l"N-s N *>
.ii \ \ other Israeli Arab wai
in the : b>lc future is pos
sil ic but not probable Israel's
Ami'.: Michael S I omaj
i this week Because ol that
|K>ssibilit> he added. Israel
divert vast sums > and el
straining it- economy, to
maintain deterrent powei against
Vrah attack
Israel's permanent rep
resentative for th* last sevan
who i- returning t" thi I in ign Mi
nislry in Jerusalem at his own re
made that statement, in sum
marizing his UN activities before
bo members of ihe I mud Nations
Correspondents Association who
tendered him a farewell lunch
He will be succeeded hen- bj
Ambassador Gideon Raphael
Ona of his frustrations, Comay
told th newsman, lay in the fact
that, in the 20 years he has baen
at the UN for Israel, he had not
once found it possible to meet
with an Arab diplomat even on
an informal basis. "One day,
I hope." he said, "it may be pos-
sible for my successors to meet
with an Arab here, and such a
meeting would be beneficial
Ultimately, accommodation be-
tween us and the Arab states is
possible."
\-kc possibility ol improving it- position
visa-i Soviet t i
replied "We would very much hk<
\\e has. ... possible
wanting t.> impiw
... ith Ihe l SSR Hi
Pepper at Rally
For Gaynor
,n Claude Pepp< r will
appea iant rall> ti em
M Gaynor in hia race f"i
the Miami !'< ... h City Council
Group 4
'I ill be held Moi
Ma) o m at ihe Pier Park
i rding to .lack I
' Gord (hairman There w ill be
/
asons for Ihe
ni situation between the
So* ict L'nion and Isi
i n, reason, he said is the
-..< that the I SSR has now made
very, large investments, economic
militar) and diplomatic in the
I world 10 the extent that ll"
solution Ol the Mldde East pio
hlem would in' possible noa
without Ihe participation of the
s .vie) Union 1 he othet reason is
that Israel, along with the rest of
.i, rj throughout the world, is
deeply coi cei ned about Ihe Jews in
free refresh
Pictured (second from right) is Mrs. Alma Flick, first recipient
of the Scholarship Loan Fund just established by Greater
Miami Section of National Council ol Jewish Women for a
student in the newly-formed Barry Colleae School of Social
Work. Mrs. Flick, shown here with (left to riqhti Mrs. Louis
Adler. Council scholarship chairman; Dr. Henry A. McGinnis.
dean o! the School ol Social Work; and Mrs. Edwin Oppen-
heim. president of Greater Miami Section, wai selected to
receive the loan by a special board of the colleqe. the first
school of its kind in South Florida. The loan is in the amount
of S1.5C0. covennq tuition for a period ol one vear. Mrs. Flick
will spend two days each week attendinq classes, and the
remaining three days interning in social work within the Dade
County community.
pi and
ineiits u ill lie sened
-n.aii Pepper conta
in \\ashington, said
it is ., pm ilege foi me t" en
dorse the candidacy ol Milton M
Gaynor .. successful businessman
and longtime Beach resident who
sses all the qualifications,
skill and experience needed to
serve the varied mteresti ol the
citizens .>i Miami Beach it is rare
when a man ol his caliber offers
himself to r public office and I
in e all my friendi on Miami
I'.. ach to elect him
Gay nor said he has "already re
ceived the endorsement of the
Dade County Federation of Labor
Ml.cm the American Political
< iation Florida Senior Cttl
/en- I e < lie ut \ oteis In. and the
l ,i,i..ii. Road Mall Association
Hillel House
To Show Quarters
Hillel House at the University of
i in an effort t" show its fac
ilities to all age groups In the com
munrty. will hold an open house
Saturday evei in [, a full evening of
musical entertainment
Miami Hillel Festival will feature
entertainment, open free to the
public
Mark Fuchs president of the
B'nai B'rith advisor) board which
"Is the Hillel H"li-i ..s a
communit) wish stu
diiiis. s.iu! that thei
and drink i" the entet
lent Hart
Vssistin Fuchs in the plai s for
Ihe open h tuse an Kos
\ so s, hrei
Donna Feldri
Localities Named
To Nafl. Posts
Mrs | Kaolan.
D Vrhei i
* Divi
at thi bienii
in Wasl Di
..
d of
\.li one was elected to
M
ell s D U"
vention
Israelite ("entet \\
! lahlia Dancei ol I
i. a Pianist will iw Miss Ma i
\l|s-( ||
Arrangements conunitti 1
eludes Josh Hephun couni .
Max A Pai ness i ) .
Manuel Burstein, Gn ta
bOU I Ian let liner. M> ..,
i i.ua But stem Lillian Stone,
Meyi: Lillian Goodman ai
Donen
The Happening,'
Filmed in Miami,
Opens Friday
i ipening here on Fridaj
color tilm The Happena
The COtnedy, filmed ir
Miami \\ ill be show n
Miracle, HBrd St Tun l .
Ave Drive In. Plata Hollj wi
and ItiK-n Katcll Theaters
The story of four
for kicks stars Anthoin Quint '
chaei Parka, George Mahai
ert Walker. Miltoii Herle M
ll\er and introduces Fave I
Being held over .it th.- i
Theatre is The Sand Pebbles
Weiss to Head
Druggists' Frat.
Alpha /< ta I MM
I'harmaeeutiral fratemit;
Vlumm Chapter will hot | It
annual instalation ol officer* v
day at the Algiei
id \\,-i- of Cent"
macy Miami Shores wl
stalled as pretadenl I ii
of 1!m;7
U.i.s. WHS the
of ihe Vear Award ii
id is currently thi i
i
id ol th It)
Da id R nfield
Pa nati i
nity, will here to in-rt
iffii
( ipal add:.-
i inquel is helm hi Id
loca national d
ol l professi
BB Group Meets
At New Quarters
< h.u Us KoSSOVe p resident Har
mony Ixtdge B nai B rith, will con
duct the group i next meating on
Monday at new quarter*. Uleta < i
ri< i enter, umh st and NE 4th
Ave
Gueal speaker for Ihe evening
session will be Mrs i,ut Boaaaak,
director, BBYO in the State ol
Florida Also on Ihe program win
'i' of boys and girls from
the University of Miami who will
present skit and discussion on
Hillel and l,li\i>
Refreshment hosts M||| b. David
Robbine and Loala Bpaataa in honor
ol their birthd
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Fridoy. May 5. 1967

Zionist Leader's
Mother Dead, 70
M" Hwinah i Rappaporl
mother ol ,
and dvk :,.,.. r.ilb.
"tiv( ol i ithuania she
">. E"l land foi ; > years b<
coming ,, the u s. ,,,i ,,,. ,
V;'>" from I ouisville Kv
'' i Sh. li ed .,.
Sheridan Ave
Mrs. Rappaporl and her husband
operated Rappj 5 Delicatessen in
Miami Beach for 10 years, both re
tii ing in i<"ii
Sh" was chairman of the Wom-
en* Committee, Miami Beach /.on
ist Lunchoon Crab, and ., membei
ol Hada^sah, Murachi and Temple
Kmanu El.
In addition to her son GHbert,
-ho is survived b> her husband!
Sam, and lister Mrs Dora Keidan,
<>f Bradford. England.
Services won held May 3 at Ri-
verside Normand) Dr chapel
+Jmlsfi Horidifon
and i
Bui o I hi ron. N
hildren.
i Thursday,
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Charles Weinberg,
20-Year Resident
Charles Weinberg, 57. of isoa
Baj Ri di.-d May i \\, came here
20 years ago from Lakewood, N .1
He was .. 32nd degree Mason, a
member of Hibiscus l^dge, a mem
ber oi Mahi shun,', temple Emanu
EL, board of director ol ll&tikvah
l odge B'nai B nth. vice president of
Miami Beach Realtors, member ol
Zoning Board, on the board of di-
rectors of ijoo Men's < tab, trea
surei oi Miami land Appraisers,
and member of Kiwanis.
He was active m Miami Beach
res! estate for the past 20 years
Survivon include his wife, Rita;
three brothers, .lack and Sam. of
New York, and Michael of Miami:
two sisters. I oretta. of Miami, and
Sophie of New York
Services w*rr- held May S at Ri-
verside Normandy Isle Chapel, with
interment in Mt Neho Cemetery.
Rites Held For
Frank Katz. 72
Frank G. Katz, 72, of 1188 SW
l!2nd Terrace, passed away Wed-
nesday, May 2. He had made his
home im Miami for the past 30
sears, coming from I-ong Branch.
N J
Mr Kat/ was the founder and
owner until his retirement of the
United Kosher Meat Market. He la
survived by his son. Ixiuis; three
daughters. Mrs Arlene S. Sayer
and Mrs IVarl Levine. of Miami,
and Mrs Marlon Schwartz, of Oak
hurst, N. J.; two brothers. Ix>uis
Kata, of Miami, and Nathan Katt,
of \nny. Branch, a sister. Mrs Mary
Walcom* Wion International, wit*
war 5,000 hostess**. Ins rnora
than thirty ywn axptrianea la
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in many foreign count! ies
Featuring colorful native bird'
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tourism and agriculture "
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while carrying information to the
electric utility's stockholders
"For Florida and our Com
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by new milestones of growth and
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people 'explored Florida' .
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placa to enjoy a vacation, start
a business, find a career or
spend a lifetime."
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sitors came to Florida in greater
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industry registered significant
gams, and a wide range of Other
economic indicators pointed up
the strength of Florida's economy
Florida Power & Iaght's gains
vividly reflect the States growth
and prosperity The report reveals
that total customers topped the
one million mark and FPL added
new ones at the rate of 4.200 per
month during the year. At the same
time, the amount of electric sen
ice used by the average residential
customer showed the sharpest an
nual increase on no I :
Judge Friedman
Accepts Award
For Miami Court
l;. cently, in Birmingham. Ala
.indue Milton v Friedman ae
cepted in behalf <-f the City
ol Miami Municipal Court, the
Block Trophy for "utilisation of
community resources on behalf of
alcoholic defendants."
The trophy was presented to the
court by the North American
Judges Association as being out
standing in the field among 5.000
courts tn the United States and
Canada.
Judge Friedman In turn pre
sented the award, on behalf of the
court, to the City of Miami Com
mission at Commission meeting on
Mar 27
This is the second consecutive
year that the Miami Municipal
COUll has been awarded firs! place
in International competition.
Judge Friedman, who is Senior
Judge Of the Miami Municipal
i ourt, was iii Birmingham to l< c
lure at a continuing law seminar,
sponsored by the Uoivi i-ity of All
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