Texas Jewish Post (Fort Worth, Tex.), Vol. 22, No. 3, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 18, 1968 Page: 3 of 12
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20 Mr. and Mrs. Marc Einihorn
20 Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Beherse
20 Mr. and Mrss. Joseph
20 Mr. and Mrs. Walter
21 Mr. and Mrs. William
21 Mr. and Mrs. Harry
21 Mr. and Mrs. Martin Giller
22 Mr. and Mrs. Mvin
22 Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wehiand
24 Mr. and Mrs. Robert I. Ross
25 Mr. and Mrs. Gerald M.
25 Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ely
25 Mr. and Mrs. Stanley
26 Mr. and Mrs. Murray
New Spanish Religious
Law Could Benefit Jaws
NEW YORK (JTA)—A four-man
interfaith fact-finding mission that
has just returned from Spain re-
ported here this week that, while
the new Law of Religious Freedom
passed by the Spanish Parliament
last July falls short of original ex-
pectations, the religious climate
for the non-Catholic minority in
that country seems likely to im-
prove in the year ahead.
“But,” the report said, “we are
satisfied that all parties concerned
— the men charged with adminis-
tering the law as well as the
spokesmen for non-Catholic groups
— are more interested in solutir
than in showdowns.” As evide:
of the Spanish government’s <e.
to make the law more palate. ,
Rabbi Schneier cited the five,
months’ extension of the registrar
FRANK ROBERT GILFORD
Post photo by Olschwangex
Frank Robert Gilford, son Of
jVtr. ahd Mrs. Sain Gilford, 3456
Morningstar Lane will become
a Bar Mitzvah on Saturday
morning* January 27, at Con-
gregation Shearith Israel. Rabbi
Norman N. Shapiro will deliver
the charge of responsibility to
ihd OelObrant, who is a seventh
grade student at Thomas C.
Marsh Jr. High School. Grand-
parent honors are shared by Mrs.
L Gilford and Mrs. Frank
Brandt of Dallas. A Kiddush-
luncheon will follow the ser-
vices to which all members of
the Congregation and friends
are invited. Out-of-town guests
will include Mr. and Mrs. Mor-
Hs Stone of St. Louis and Mr.
and Mrs. Nathan Weinberg of
Say You Saw It In The Post!
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Wolf
of Hollywood, Fla., announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Miss Beverly Rochelle Wolf, to
Leslie Lyons Jacobs III, son of
Mrs. Marian L. Jacobs and Les-
.lie L. Jacobs Jr., both of At-
lanta, Ga. An Aug. 24 wedding
is planned. The future bride-
groom is the grandson of Mrs.
Leon M. Lichenstein, 6306 Dia-
mondhead Circle, Mrs. Leslie L.
Jacobs of 3525 Turtle Creek
Blvd. and Leslie L. Jacobs, 6311
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Mr. and Mrs. Samuel H. Raden,
6107 Glendora announce the en-
gagement of their daughter, Beth
Louise, to Dr. Charles S. Brummer,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Z. Brum-
mer of Oak Park, Michigan. Dr.
Brummer is interning at Children’s
Hospital. A spring wedding is
planned at Temple Emanu-El.
The mission was sponsored by
the Appeal to Conscience Founda-
tion and was headed by its presi-
dent, Rabbi Arthur Schneier, of
the Park East Synagogue. The
other members were Dr. Harold K.
Bosley, minister of Christ Church
Methodist, vice president of the
Foundation; Rev. Eugene K. Cul-
hane, managing editor of the Jesuit
weekly America; and Charles Taub-
man, a New York businessman.
Both the latter are members of
the Foundation’s board.
The group reported that most
Catholic and non-Catholic spokes-
men in Spain had serious misgiv-
ings about a section oi the new law
that required non-Catholic religious
groups to submit full membership
lists and a financial statement be-
fore they can enjoy the privileges
guaranteed by the law.
This provision has caused, ap-
prehension among the 7,500 Jews
in Spain, according to Max Ma-
zin, president of the Madrid Jew-
ish community, the report said.
In addition to the Jews, there
ere 30,000 Protestants and 2,000
Moslems in Spain.
Douglas Received by Agranat
Orators should understand there
is no connection between elo-
quence and endurance.
States Supreme Court Justice
William O. Douglas was received
here by the president of Israel’s
Supreme Court, Justice Simon
tion deadline, from Dec. 31, 1967,
to May 3L 1968. “It is an undeni-
able fact that many conservatives
fear that ^ pluralistic society would
present ? threat to the unity of
Spain,” the report said. “But it
was the unanimous opinion of the
mission that there is a desire for
change among the more enlight-
ened government leaders.”
$1,000 Up for Best Jewish Children Play
NEW YORK. (JTA) — The
Jewish Theater for Children will
offer a $1,000 prize for the best
full-length play for children in ihe
English language on a Jewish
theme, it was announced by Philip
Kasakove, chairman of the Thea-
ter. The prize will be the 12th of-
fered by the group with funds
made available by Norma U. Lev-
itt, a member of the Theater’s
hoard of directors. Manuscripts
for the 1968 competition must be
submitted not later than Decem-
ber 31, 1968.
The purpose of the contest is to
stimulate original dramatic litera-
ture for older age group elemen-
tary and junior high school pupils,
which will give expression to eth-
ical and spiritual values reflected
in Jewish life, folklore, history and
culture. Prize winning plays will
be given professional production.
NEW YORK—(JTA)—The na
tion’s /tirst college newspaper ir
the Hebrew language has been es-
tablished by students at Yeshiva
University’s Erna Michael College
of Hebraic Studies here. The
newspaper, Hamashkif (The Ob-
server), has been created, accord-
ing to co-editors Harry T. Berko-
witz and Milton M. Markowitz,
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