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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.
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Miami, Fla

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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 Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
olume 40 Number 16
Miami, Florida. Friday. April 28. 1967
Two Sections Price 23*
Shmuel Tiafrii will U Injury Crt Kibbutz Gonen follow-
ing a Syrian attack on the Israeli border villaqe. An army doc-
tor attends the 27-year-old victim prior to being taken to a
pita! via helicopter.
ON OCCASION 50th ANNIVERSARY
Soviets May Drop 'Jew'
is Official
\KU YORK (JTAi The
ibilit) that the Soviet Govern
might drop the di -
'. a from Soviet identity docu
(his yeai during celebra
[| i iOth .mm-
Soviet Revolution was ind
Moscow to an \m< r i an i
stud) missio
tnscience I i ation
The i" ssibilit; was : this
vseek press ci h>

York F undati >n pre*
,1 i
returned He -aid alo that it
n ol the
,ion that the o I.....- for the
religious survival ol S.....' Jewry
was dark1 The mission also in
led Di Harold \ Boslcy Mm
is|e| ,,, Christ I hurch Methoeist,
uce president Ki Dame! Flahe.
,, editoi ol the Jeauil weekly,
Vmerica ind iormvt l ongn
Syria President Readv
For War 'Any Moment*
WASHINGTON (JTA Sj
Han President Viassi announced
this week in Damascus that Syria
was ready ";i t anj moment" to
aunch a war on Israel, it was re
ported here 11*- invited all Arabs
in come to Syria to join rank: of
his "popular army'" of fanners
workers and peasants for the w i
of liberation "
Another report from Beirut said
that i nited stale- diplomats In
Aral) countries were asked by the
v i'i governments to clarify re-
ports that the tinted States had
assured Israel that the si*"" Fleet
would defend Israel.
The reference was to an in-
terview of Prime Minister Levi
Eshkol in the U.S. News and
World Report m^iazine in which
the Premier indicated such de-
fense assurance from the United
States. State Department
sources said they were not
aware of any inquiries by the
Ai.,b countries for clarification
of Mr. Eshkol's remarks.
Secretary <>i Defense Robert Me
Namara meanwhile came under
-harp criticism from the Syrian
press and radio over recent com
ments on Soviet arms shipments
to Sj ria and on the fact that the
United States was selling some
defensive weapons to Israel and to
Lebanon. Jordan and Saudi Arabia
His references to the Middle East
Continued on Page 12-A
House Study Declares
Nasser rouble-Maker
Designation
man Francis Dorn, secretarj
treasurer
Rabbi Srhneier said that the
lack of teachers and rabbis and
facilities to train them in Rus-
sia had made the Jewish religion
"oathetically weak and growing
weaker" He said the mission
learned that lay members of
synagogue councils in Russia
were 'resigned to the fact that
they will have to learn to oper-
ate jnder lay leadeiship" unless
moans are reated for training
rabbis
II,- said there were onlj thi i
,, for the 3 000.000 .lew- in
the European par! ol Russia
Rabbi Yehuda Leib Levine in Mos
,,,-a i- 74 Rabbi Lubanox in Len
16 Rabbi Israel Sch-
w-arUblatl in Odessa is ">- Maji i
Continued on Page 10-A
u VSHING I'ON JTA
ident Nasser's Egypt was depicl 'I
this week b) a special House Foi
tign Allans Committee study mi-
sion which visited the Middh Easl
as "the source of many ol the
troubles of the West in that rr
gion The report stressed the in-
tensity of anti-Israel tendi ncies in
he region.
The stud' mission was under
i hairmanship ol Rep E Iward I!
Roybal, California Demi cral and
included R' ps E Ross Vdair. In-
diana Republican .< I Whalley,
gylvania Republican; and I
V Berry South Dakota Republi-
The mission visited Israel and
the Arab states in Novembei
Decembi
Arab "determination to liqu'd-
ate Israel" was discerned as an
aspect of the Arab military
build-up noted. Arab hostility
was described in detail. Israel
was depleted as a state "whose
up-to-date know-how and modern
initiative tend to aggravate the
existing envy and distrust
among her neighbors."
The Congressmen said that ol
paramount concern" i- the fad
thai Xassei has continued lo x
p'oit the belli erancy exhibit) d bj
the Palest inian Vri b refugees
They noted aim the "bord< i \ lo-
1 itions by Sj rian terrorist The
Congressmen evaluated the so
Continued on Page 16-A
Jewish Leaders Mourn
Death of Dr. Adenauer
NEW YORK JTA Major
mizations in this country
mourned the death ol Dr Konrad
Adenauer, former chancellor ot
West Germany. known as the
articulate a h ocate "i German
Jewish reconciliation and who
taught thai the German pi
must not forgel what then coun
try did to the Jews undei the Nazi
regime,
Dr, Adenauer, who died at the
age oi 0] was also the person who
Has Bar Mitzvah Lost Goal?
ni:\\ MiKK JTA
The;
spiritual meaning ol the Bai Hit*
Va ceremony "and the war- ol
i.....ting that precede it are vh
lualli submerged by the celebra
lion that H.llow- New-week ma
gazine reported in survey o Ba
M.ttvah practices In tin United
State ,
lewiah parents were pictured as
ncreasingly ignoring the sol
lit) ol the rite and "prodded by
ireymg caterers, turning it ii
'.;UHI> speetaele The article
UOted a number of rabbi
deeply disturbed and seeking t<<
deal with the problem
"All the excitement leaves BM
impression on the boy that his
responsibility as a Jew is merely
social," Rabbi Benjamin Gorre-
lick, of Detroit's Beth Aaron
Congregation, told the news
weekly.
In New York City, "wealthy
.lews rent lavish hotel ballrooms.
complete with orchestra- and
Continued on Page 8-A
i..- detei mined to b
pay menl ol n pai at ions to I -
and i" Nazi victims Dr Nahum
Goldmann, president ol I
11 Claims
Vgainst Germany, issued
i in in- capai ity as pres
ident ol the World Jewisl I i
ni : he Jew ish \
cy for Israel, declaring
"In Chancellor Konrad Aden-
auer, the Jewish people and Is-
rael have lost one of their great
friends. In the 16 years I knew
him during which time I met
him very often, he always mani-
fested his unflinching determina-
tion to repair, at least in the
material sphere, as far as pos
sible, the crimes of the Nazis
against the Jews and implement-
ed this determination against
many difficulties.
The unique and unprecedented
work ol legislation on indemnifi-
cation and restitution for Nazi v'u
Continued on Page 3-A
PAROCHIAL SUPPORT
AJCong. Hits
Javits For
School View
By Special Report
U ISHINGTON Sen Jacob :
Ja\ it- Republ can of New "i 01
was sharpl) criticized by
American Jew ish Coi n
ing repeal ol the Ni u \ 011 Si .
' itutional pi o\ jsiori pi ohib
public suppoi'
'Sen Jasits has betrayed h
n oi puhlic education in
inl M. !
iti nal \

"i at .
Division i
vei Hotel hci 1 le i
"Although the Senator pays
lip service lo the principle of se-
paration of church and state, he
completely misstates the present
law with respect to that prin-
ciple. As a lawyer, he shoulc
know better.
it i- nol 11 m as Sen J i
claimed thai the Supreme I
'has been mos. ing in a serii ol
cisions towards permittii
mental aid to the student in
parochial school for the stud)
secular subjects
'Mo his i efei ence to I
dual system that now \i-t
t thai
su| ported out ol 11
lunds foi religious pur|
are the b< i
i publit ti i
open
Stati
. S
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I'
I
Continued on Page 8-A
KONRAD ADENAUER
dead at age 91


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Friday. April 28. 1967
-Jelst> ncrM/an
Page 3-A
Jewish Leaders Mourn Dr. Adenauer /"SeKlein0n
Continued from Page 1-A
tims, which found its expression in
the Umemburn Agrixinianj ;ui n;in> Cerman laws, would have
ben impossible m its present
form, without his insistence and re-
solve to bring it al>out.
"I. who have known many lead-
ng statesmen of my generation,
ird him as one of tht. greatest
figures of the post-war periodi a
man who united admirable human
liiahtn's with unusual political
and statesmanship talents The
Iewish people will never forget His
itUtude and ln> achievements in
the sphere <>f repairing the Nazi
rimes and his helpful cooperation
and support "ii man) questions of
the greatest importance to I
and to the Jewish people Thi,
and future generations will hold
dear ins memorj
Similar statements were Issued
by the American Jewish Commit-
tee, American Jewish Congress,
B'nal B'rith and oilier major Jew-
ish organizations,
Prime Minister Levi Esbkol
sent a cable to West German
Chancellor Kurt Kiesinger, expres-
sing his deepest svmhathy on the
passing of Dr. Adenauer. Premier
Eshkol recalled in his message
that Dr Adenauer had considered
Germany's acceptance of respon-
sibility for the Nazi crimes against
the Jews "as one oi the most im-
portant objects in his life and la-
bored without n spite for this
end The Premier also recalled
thai Dr Adi nauei saw in Israel's
existence the suresl uarantee
oi Jew rj s continued existence
School Children 'Keren Ami* Council
'Train a child m the way he
should no. and when he is old he
will not depart from it. lays a
Biblical proverb
The Greater Miami Jewish Fed
eration'i Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion and the Combined Jewish Ap-
peal are saying the same thine
and they are doing something that
will provide Dade County's Jewish
school children with the training
that will eventually make "the joy
of giving" a lifetime habit.
Recently, the two organiza-
tions co-sponsored a "Keren
Ami" conference where 200 dele-
gates, representing all Jewish
schools in Dade County met for
the purpose of developing a
stronger Keren Ami program.
\ special session was devoti d
nphasizing Ihe participation ol
the Keren Ami Council in the 1967
- : lewish Appeal cam
The conference, which was al
i israi ; in Miami, also pre
sen ted a resolution lo the del
tes for adopting the Israel
hild i are Program as ;, sup
entarj project in addition
to each school's Combined Jew
ish Appeal contribution.
The program developed as di
reel result of a serious crisis with
which Nrarl is presentl) confront
ed. Today, there are GO0.000 chil
dien in Israel who are entitled to
receive a free lunch in school.
However, only about 175,000 of
these children receive that lunch
there ia simply not enough mon
,\ to go around And more than 80
percent of the children not being
served are in the development
(owns and immigrant quarters of
the large cities.
The cost of feeding a child
for one day is 13 cents.
Cantor Jacob Bornstein. of Tem-
ple Israel, served as the con-
ference's coordinating chairman
for the Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion, the Combined Jewish Appeal,
and the Keren Ami Councils ol
ihe participating schools.
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Dr. Adenauer was regarded as
the most distinguished advocate
of a reconciliation between the
German people and of a policy
of material compensation for
victims of the Nazis. He worked
patiently and diligently to make
the Germans recognize their
guilt and responsibility and to
make them experience a cath-
arsis that would purge them of
their enormous crime against
the Jews.
At the same time, he beyan a
patient effort to come to an agree-
ment with the Jewish people. ,is
represented by leading Jewish or-
ganizations and the Government
ui Israel, and to persuade the Jews
that this agreement represented a
sincere effort to acknowledge that
crime and to make amends.
The German leadei' odysse
reconciliation was culminated by
a pilgrimage to Israel by Dr Aden
auer in May, 1068 alter he stepped
down as Chancellor. During that
visit, he stated his faith in the
ultimate reconciliation between
the Germans and the Jews
He bore with dignity, fortlturte
and understanding the inevitable
anti-German demonstrations wine ,
his historic visit provoked in Is-
rael
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Volume 40
Number 16
Fnday. April 28. 1967
18 Nisan 5727
The Final Days
Of Passover
r.e :r.terver.::.c period between
the first end last ;;v3 oi Passover
.s icr.own cs Choi riamoed
DOOM* to an end .-..-- our
~:=r- c: .3 c:
oo Monday and Tues-
day May : and r
i

teleade see.
et set fn cr.e of tbs a
profound B] experiences c* the
Jwiso heritage: the receiving of the
Ten Corr.anciments from God on Mt.
Sinai
As the Pcssover holidcy war.es.
we examine once again a celebra-
.on that is central to Jewry through-
OOl the world and for countless
preceding generations. We reiterate our under-
standing of the divine protection that delivered
our forefathers from bondace and that de-
-ed them to an eternal vigil in the name
cf human freedom.
3T7S*
Friendship is Needed
As far as timing is concerned, it was ony
a coincidence that Israels' Foreign Minister
Abba Ebon left on his Far East and Southeast
Asian tour early in March, when reports of
three significant events reached the head-
lines:
Indonesia's Communist-lovina President
Sukarno finally formally handed over most of
his power to Gen. Suharto India's ruftnq Con-
gress Party suffered serious setbacks in general
elections; and Communist China's Mao Tse
Tung began tryina to call a halt to the chaotic
cultural revolution" in his country.
Israel has no diplomatic relations with Com-
munist China or with Indonesia. And. while
there is mutual diplomatic recognition with
India, actual relations are only on a consular
level.
Eban's itinerary included Thailand Aus-
tralia, New Zealand, the Philippines. Japan.
Cambodia and Burma. But the state of. or ab-
sence of relations with India, China and In-
donesia, the three most populous Asian coun-
tries, is one of the most significant factors of
to serve the Jewish community by providing
information and guidance. In keeping with
Jewish tradition. YIVO has shunned the ivory
tower and has mede relevance to the needs
of contemporary Jewry the basic criterion of its
program.
From its inception located as it was in the
spiritual heartland of East European Jewrv
YTVO became the center of scholarly research
about this most productive and creative seg-
ment of modern Jewrv. From it* beginning,
however. YIVO understood that learning, like
Jewish life itself, cannot be restricted to one
area of the alobe, and that every Jewish com-
munity in all parts of the world is worthy of
serious study.
When YIVO moved its headguarters to
New York in the wake of the Nazi invasion
of Poland, this understandma encbled :t to
strike immediate roots m American soil. In
the United Stctes. interestingly enouah. the
Institute's function became even more important
than before --to serve cs the lie ; be-
tween the laraest Jewish community in the
world and its East E'ircDean beritaoe Th;s
YTVO has done and continues to do with
distinction.
The Accent is Different
A survey just published in the New York
Times reveals that aw. 40 percent of the stu-
israel s position on the continent, to which she *nts at Columbia and the University of
herself belongs.
Hence. Mr. Eban mav have been traveling
into friendly territory (although his appearance
in the Philippines found him personally
threatened), but it is to this intransigent trium-
virate that Israel will have to address herself
in the future if thincs are to look up.
Unhappily, chances for a rapprochement
depend not only upon the peculiar politics of
that part of the world. wh*re the Arab auestion
Pennsylvania CTe now Jewish.
At Yale. Harvard and Cornell, the Jewish
student body is believed to number somewhere
between 20 and 25 percent: while between 13
and 20 percent of the students at Dartmouth.
Princeton and Brown ere believed to be Jew-
ish today.
It is clear that enrollment of Jewish stu-
dents in the Ivy League colleges has crown
vastly m recent years. Thi is a far crv horn
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freguently .ways attitudes. They also depend the problem me A^iTu w "* *"**
on the outcome^thmo^i^Nam fcced^ecSeT^whe^ y^^StS
UIUAI .. Qnd "f^J^a^ ? into these colleges.
YIVO s llnmiip Wvirp as weU ,heu medical Khocl*.
V nr 1 vSr! JenriCe **>** that th- walls of discrunina-
When the YTVO Institute for Jewish Re- "on are fumbled down' Perhaps. But it does not
search held its 41st annual conference in New mean that our problems aie diminishing. As
York the fir*t weekend in April, that truly
unigue institution entered its fifth decade of
service to the cause of Jewish learning.
From its earliest years in Vilna. once re-
noNiiad as the Jerusalem of Lithuania, to the
Qnf. YrVO has remained true to its dual
idee the hiohest standards of modern
scholarship to research in the Jewish field and
Dr.vileqed people in an ucpr class intellectual-
ly privileged society, only the accent of the pro-
blems seems to have chanced for us.
As a peoDle eternally concerned with social
jusfce. the Jewish pvp on inequality, discrimi-
nation and biaotry must cent nue to remain
ever. U the vigil 1S not necessarily -
our own immediate behalf.


By MILTON FRIEDMAN
Washington
Arab military strategists are
observing the Viet Nam confl.ct
especially tbe a;r war o\.r
North Viet Nam where the Com
munist forces are using Mid j. ts
ana anti-aircraft systems identical
to equipment -uppiied by r
to Egypt and Syria The Arabs art-
seeking insights with a ries to
war with Israel Since Cairo and
I amascus enjoy friendly relations
with Hanoi Washington deems it
likely that some technical data
ha- beer, obtained
If Israel war i*
.et Sam, th'- Arab* musl
and ttriki soon. ac< 'o a
i
i '
which
Unified Action
id m hana
hi Arabs have of beating I-
in this field is through a
unified and coot ary
n in which narrow na"
alistic interests must rive waj
to a tincere U eling of u:
Then -ime But. if
is done to achieve military unit>
during th. Bexl (en years, the
sandi will ha\e run out for the
Arabs
Becauv th< Sraeli^ antic pate
a growth in Arab technical capa
cities, the Arabs are convinced
tbe Israelis are "workinc on the
ma 1 -.< u rrei I Khauoi con
ter.ds that, despite official
rials, no competent authority
doubts that the Israelis are
hard."with consider-
able French assistance to produce
an atomic bomb Eqaally. despite
official u it n ., u
sumed in.,- the Egyptians are also
on the bo-
But the Beirut evaluation i>
that Israel's atomic program is
: Egyptian
bomb 1 Arab military circles are
planning on a ; t
yean] a complete reappraise
the regional military situai
rillbi set led The Arab gei erals
dlv" r> that an Is-
atomic bomb would mean a
stalemate This theory la ha^-d on
M that Has,,a would
lire Egypt a protective "umhrel
la guarantee, at least until Egypt
had its owi weapon, and then
net s,dr w.lU!d dare attack
Delivery System
Arab strategists art- beginning
conclude that this analysis
o.erlooks several other fac:
The first is ,hat Israel would
have to use nuclear restraint be-
cause of the proxinuty of Arab
' pv-pulation centers in
Israel Any bomb dropped on Jor-
Syria or Lebanon wouid have
falluut effects
: re the 1 I
esl Arab target for Israel in
the Arab military view is the
Cairo military aim industrial
complex
But the fact that Cairo
considerable distance awav
Lteau* 11.a. ,t wouid be necessary
f": '** to have an ei
id accurate deliver) tya
tern r bomb Th
khai;i the Israelis lacked until
nt purchase of 48 S
: ;ca "'
However, the Arabs an
vinced that Egyptian air defi
are highly sophisticated
ra'ar tarty warning would
niro than protects \
targets in North Viet Nai
would not be easy for the
hawks to get through to I
Networks of defenses haw
perfected and revisions
improve such defenses has.
data from North Viet Nan
cordirr '<> assumptions ace
in Washington
The Arabs assume that |
could not ensure with ab-
rerteintjr that the f. w u
jtile !-> ma-
would be delivered on tare*--
meat I v^r- that
i< a'tack t<
it wuld hav,
-
ince


-
rica and Russia
hat the 3* A
J i intern ptoi
jl are a:; in\al
to Arab air -
F 104 :s a M
capable of :
: rm i m
Fluid Situation
Reference i- mask I
Saudi Arabian armament if
ing Lightntni jets and Thu-
v -.- mav be E|
Howevei tsld Khahd:.
arms m Arab hands are b<
than no arms at all. and the p
cal situation in the area is
that t ia not wbollj
that the Saudi ar: -
id one day be used Bgl
Israel '
Rev.ewing Egyptian

v.viet jets Ir.c
are 30 Tl' 16 medium bom'
tcben p'rhap-
Vli. 2: jet rightera and arv<
other )et fighti -
craft ir.cludir -
thi
is far M than tru'
Sortl Nam
About 100 Mnultt
Th- Egj ptlan m>saile coi
has about 100 missUes of dif I
ranges The al-Zsfir has a rs
of 175 miles Guidenci
I to be p*->or Eg); I
an integrated air defer u
mand that shields the l
countrv. based on tbe S
missile as modified rceestl]
ported bv the Mill 21 jet
linked with an improved I
early warning lystesi an
a formidable deterrent to '.
penetration.
tpt's besv) and mi
Soviet bombers however
formidable threat to compa*
rael As Egyptian bomber DJ
in Sinai could be over T<
m nutes The oppo apply to Israeli bomb* re bees
thev would have to Ct
whole of Sinai and or t-
before stnkint Egypt
dustrial and military cent
The Aiabs see Israel > ail
ground to air miafilf and th<
rage ptor faced w
drastic problem < 'nee I
bombers are over laT*
space, either the Hawk on th
ra
. This i< because the
dance system of the Hawk
reatiste betwi
-ue UK V
11 It.


rr:day. April 28. 1967
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Rockwell Supporters Listed
v. con rTAi a
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head

Ihis (
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that he ho
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Co~ipiny, which I n I ov. Stoncji
was prov'dir.g him
ince to fi-.lit extradition.
'
i
Maurice Weinman, ccmmcmaer cf Miami Eeach Post 330.
Jewish War Vet.-runs of the U.S.A.. welcomes the first Viet Nam
veteran to join the ranks of the Beach Per.'. Steve B. Herring
(right), son of Mr. and Mr*. Louis Briqiotti. of 132015th Ter..
Miami Beach, is presently stationed at Homestead Air Force
Ease. Steve's brothei, Harold, is now servinq in Viet Nam.
A recent '.Ptter tr->m h-m asked Commander Weinman for
an application for membership to become the second Viet Vet.
Lee Rothfarb
Plays in Gables
i Roth ir. I1 I pianist
of Hollywood, was pres i ted l>>
th i lub of Ameri
4 ; in at 307
cm al Gab i -
,., ,.i. ired
l
b> Bach,
i
Re h'.nb began his oiaro study
pi ?. In f Idl on ,; I Jed
v and orchosra-
'mb >r of the
/ and
' n Brow-
. School wi !. ho 101
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:
Rabbi Addressee
LZO Branch
Ribbl l.'"!i Kron s.h oil r<
Jewish
itj in "in Societ> Bl the
Chaim Weitmsnn Branch recently
,,i Washington Federal. 1234
u Bshington Ave
M, n bers ol the branch i
ted ;i musical program ai
and Mrs Aaron Kati served as
[or the evening,
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Friday, April 28 .
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
Beach BB Lodge Inducts Members
Exodus Colors Our History
= cm .c;eh r narct
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tonally and immediately what it
mea: offer and hoi* much
sereise our compa
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impact of 'hat miller.ia!
men. our children an-:
children children will -hare .
it into d<
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Miami I'.
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induction <
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WANTED
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wife to dinner at .
KING ARTHUR'S COURT
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I
j^ctssovcr to Kmmmronciude Mltxval ; i. [>n nl Mr it ml ui k
m i itlrr: Murk, n of Mi i.> nni'
l,< V III.
Monday
,l 'i-n.-'i
Continued from Pg 6 A
St. Conrvtiv. Rabbi Avrom L.
Drazirt. Cantor William B. Nuasen.
~.,i,ii.i.i' i t,-.i Knrmx ,i i .> m
i i. p in Kim.,1 da' -
I jimhiix <-r Mundk) nd Tm-mlaj Ij
, ,n mil ; IS p iii Vlsknr mfflim i >!
. .I., |il:1."> H in.
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JACOB C COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1S32 Washington An
Orthodon. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern
Cantor Meyer Engel
-----
KNESETM ISRAEL 1-Jlb Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Day u Labrfield
Cantor Abraham S*il
i i,i i \ ; i hi
, in 'iii. I'lM'tr;
|p nf I "
V Imkn 11

ington Ave Orthodox Rahbi Abra
ham Korf. Cantor Ernest Field.

MiNVONAIRES SYNAGOGUE. 3737
Bird Rd Modem traditional. Vn
W Temchm. preaident. Cnntor Louia
Cohen.
i- M> SHturilM? n "*""
..... M Mlaj .....
. ., ro i u in

OHEV SHALOM ill Normandy Or
Orthonox. Rabbi Rimtn Weber-
man.
1.1 iv .' '
<. rmon Tin ilval
. v. ii M'
Ev< in- ill P '" TIM--
,, h..Ml u in ^ I** M w "' '
-. mil.i, ii Th. fimi l
,,, i.v. n m r\ "
6EPHARDIC JEW.SM CENTER. *
Collma Ave Rev Cantor Sadi Nah
miaa.
|KY LAKE SYNAGOGUE W51 NE
19th Ave. Orthodox Rabbi Jonah
E. Cao'-'n.
MI-
NI ha '
Mi ...I
-
TFMRLE AOATH VESMURUN Con
..rvafive 102S NE IWrd St.. M.am,
Garden, Rd Rabb. MHton Sehlin.ky.
Cantor Ma .r.ce Nu
;
I
T| VPLE BETH AW 50 N K
>\>rr.
IPLK BCTH 'tL OF HOLLY
h Ave Rl
ilfi
b
111------\.i > 11 -. i In \|. -il.iv in II.ni \ it... -. i \ i.
mil < p.m i ,in v / i ..i.. i .-i: ,ii..i
I li.nr m rvlri iii
|. Ill Kl-Wl) : It M>| imvl.l
Itnuli "ill lw \v< tmllilio
rrii Mil If h hi mlui i
i- :.l I .' .'." |. Ill .lillli..|
nml T ii -.l.i i
i-' i.....ii
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF GREATER MI-
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM ot Holly
wood 1725 Monroe Si. Conservative
R.ihbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Er
neat Steiner.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chaa*
Av. Liber.il Rabbi Leon Kronisn
Cantor David Conviier
., Hhnll W.
Ii.it ..I M.
I-' hi fix Mill i" IS
Mill Itoliirl
..i \l- .1 M
Mali "i '-
v I.', |l III
ill u iran vi
III. \mv i .'.i'
TEMPLt UfcTH TOY 6408 SW itn r.i-.wi u-li-
TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI.
Temporary office. '8801 NE 22nd
Ave. Reform. Rabbi Ralph Kingsley.
Cantor Chet G.ile.
].-, |,|.,- >. mi. ii I ilai I.
. ind IVI
i || H in Ni ; ."nh Rniti|i .-ni1 i -
M ill I.....IIHIH .. .1 I'HBHIH -. I \ 1. -
AMI. 137 NE nth St. Reform. Rabbi .,,,! Siinilu> |i m M n4aj 11 .i in.
Joieph R. Narot. ..,- will liiflmli I tl Ml MTV-
__ #____ ..- held hi VViiahlnKtin hVtU-ral
TEMPLE IbftAbL OF .^IRAMAR NK ";,lh "
Z&JVJtrcXZ: ^------,,Ve TEMPLE .muToM .,32 .MM*, Av.
Pompano Beach. Conservative. Rab-
bi Morris A. Skop. Cantor Leon
TEMPLE JUDEA. 5500 Gr.inad.i Blvd. Segal.
Reform. R.ibbi Morrla Kipper. Prldm IS I'.m Hrrnimi: "Thi'
Pr da\ > I ; i I II ii.m IMiiKiiVa Still With I'a -. : III) '.'
|ai\. i S|i,inla KpiHial r. rh rfarllnaa b> II
>!
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER MI-
AMI. 990 NE 17lst St. Ortrodox.
Rabbi Shervvm Stauber. C.intor
Pincus Aloof.
I
,ii I'm .it-. \ii Ida! I'll
M ni '

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YOUNG ISRAEL OF MIAMI B'ACH
1542-44 Washington Ave. Rabbi Naf-
tali Porush.
St Conservative R.-ibd Simon April
. v ,| .ii r Mull -
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in, iiiorial In
h .. .i in hi
i:. : i.. ,i Mi-rvifi

TEMPLE B'NAI SMOLOM 16800 N W
22nd Ave. Conservative. Cantor
Abraham Reiseman.
-
TEMPLE EMANU EL. 1701 Washing.
ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lchrman. Cantor 2vi Ad'er
.ii i*n ..in- il .
,. ,-ii. ,. n \i md ij .' i"
.iii.l ,, :i" |, in Tui--.l.i> a in N ixk-.r
Mfiiiria] 'Vl '" _':'' '.
in the heart of
Miami Beach
400 *oot private
and caban is 2 mile of
boardwalk two heated
poos sti sauna and
tes"stores
anci shops right
on the premises
Studios 14 2 C I "T )
Bedroom Apli., I gf '
Rcn'nls from mo. ''
U.l" CWttfMttM *!! !
.., D| M M BfCM
,,.., MMi*7aait.li
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB 951 E
TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 7-,th St 4th uAve ia,eah. Conservativt
Conservative. R.ibbi Maver Abram- Babbl Maurice Klm.
owitz. Cantor Nico Feionian. Si-ritmn \ le>ilH
-., in .. i i Ii. \ ..
I I' mil iln> i
|i in mill Tin a

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I-.,, .,- \ im- TEMPLE ZAMORA 44Zamora Ava
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell Jer
TEMPLE NER TAMID. BOth St. and Cantor Ben Uirkson
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi- >!"
tional. Rabbi Eugen. Laboviti. Can- i.lll M ml;. I ml
tor Edward Klem. Im.,:.. n I,
i suni !' <><"- '
-'''-' .,..: V,.:.:..... ""'& TEMPLE Z.ON. 8000 MIHr Rd. Con
' V\ I. -rrvative. Rabb, Alfred Waxm.n.
im Vhlkiir I" ., ',,
f..i- ill
lli.Mdai
-. i iiimi
I..1-1 !
,".','i TIFERETH ISRAEL 6500 N. Miam
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henr^
a Wernirh
TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative I l.llilti rlnij
8755 SW 16th St.. Miami Rabbi \l> ikII.k T.-lilplf IB "
M*'Pchhb^n"""an' C'n,0r Herm" *- "' :|":,':
F,M?^T.m Aitunta) I"......tar --.........' I'------------- *"
Ellis Rubin
Raised to Rank
Of Commander
Mi,in.i attoi nej Ellis Rul
among those approved in i pi
motion list o( N.i' al Rest rv< U
ficers bj Presidenl .1 ihnson. ii was
announced this week
Rear Admiral Wilfred II
USN, Judge Advocate General
thf Navy, informed Rubin. pre\i
ouslj ;i lieutcnanl commandei
he has been selected for .nl -
menl t<> the rank of commandei
"Youi selection for pi
to the rank "f eommandi r is a
special achievement." Heari i
clared. "It reflects your outstai Hi
record and years of dedicate* -.< '
loval senice m the Navj ____
Build With Norman
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CRIME CONTROL
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A practicing attorney with the firm of Grover.
Ciment Weinstein a.d Stauber. At 31. he is mar-
loan Eileen) and the father of a year old son
.Ivan Sean). Long active in Miami Beach civic at-
fairs, as president of the Parkview Island Associa-
tion he spea-headed the drive for a $135,000
beautit.cation project for the Island. He was ap-
pointed by the City Council to serve on the Beau-
tification Commission and on the Minimum Housing
Appeals Board. A resident of MB for 19 years,
N0Ln Ciment is a native of NYC. He ,s a mem-
ber and former secretary of Temple Beth Tfilah
the George Gershwin Lodge ot the Knights of
Pythias, the MB Moose Lodge, MB Elks Lodge,
the MB Jaycees. and the Hat.kvah Lodge of B nai
B'rith He is a graduate of the U. of M. Law
School and is the son of Mr and Mrs. Jack Ciment
well known MB residents and former owners of
Ciment Picture Frames.
SOARING
CITY TAXES!
Unfair, unnecessary and discrimir
taxes are bleeding you and me. the taxpayers
of Miami Beach. The infamous and ridicu-
lous RESORT TAX continues to drive busi-
ness away. Why should the citizens of Miami
Beach be forced to pay an additional 2o
tax on top of the 3C. state tax when-just a
bridqe or causeway away the tax is not 5%
but 3o? If this is called a RESORT TAX, it
should be just that. I pledge to oppose this
tax and have it tewritten on our books in this
manner: Food and liquor served in hotels
and motels, (whose business is comprised
primarily of tourists) should carry the addi-
tional 2% resort tax. Also, why levy exces-
sive taxes such as the garbage tax against
our citizenry who are paying for multi-million
dollar special interest groups because of un-
fair taxation?
The small businessman of Miami Beach
is threatened by financial disaster! Business
is beinq driven away by exhorbitant taxation!
It must stop! Elect Norman CIMENT and
BLOCK SOARING TAXES!
We Need More Volunteers!
1344 Washington Ave.
or call 531-0847
Sb^"^S
Bill
6AJ
THE CONSTRUCTIVE CANDIDATE
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Pu,,,- % ft
ty, A| Incluy. April 21. 1967
I inlay Apnl 28 1967
knisl lli n h /
Pnar fl A
4JCongress Hits Javits for School Vie*
11 riiiM ol public education
i|i > i \ t In lit i 11 <>iii IDS .senior
New "> i>i 1%
Continued from Page 1-A
nored Ihe grave threat t<> the pub
lir schools "i IMea York posed bj
the financing ol ;i rival 11 tai ian
school system oi systems with jmi>
in- fuudi
"Nothing could be potentially
more destructive of our public
schoo.s nor more devisive of our
population than to change Arti-
cle XI, Section 3 to permit pub-
He funds for the support of pri-
vate education and church-sup-
putted schools," the American
Jewish Congress leader declared.
upon which it is b.isrrl tl> t
tax raised funds will not br used
for the support of institutions
that piop.ig.itf religion was
part of New York l..w befoie
Sen. Blaine was bom
Neither Ihe men who voted i"i
Article XI, Section 3 in I hi
Constitutional Com en tin
(hose w ho have suppoi i llus
principle since thai linn i m i,,-
called bigots "
li .ii !i HI pi ,n I H i r|i ;i >11
"Only last January, the U.S.
Supreme Court refused to dis
turb a derision by the highest
COUH of Maryland holdinq that
State, giants to sectarian institu
lions for secular purposes vio-
We I i hal on mature it
Hi' linn "i .ill iin- Issues Involved
l ha i hum' ol i inn ill stata aajM
ration, On i .,ii i ni public r-dii-
"* ,l"'"' ;| ''''' i iti n i- Jasits will realise that
public schools oi iiiliuriM' iii ihe principle "f the
New York and "i the countrj h> Kii t tnirmltnent has been beet for
Ins Ill-considered remarks, Squa rcliji..... hesl foi Ihe state and bttl
dron declaied, nddin | ition
lated the First Amendment to the
U.S. Constitution.
"Sen Javits
service to the
( ommentini nn Sen Ja I
: I thai recent Supreme '
decisions i.r. ired aid to x hml
school students, Squadron
Squadron \< M > iv ,il-i national elared
chairman <>( Ihe American Jewish
Rabbi Sol Landau cf B?th David Congreqa- tended by Conservative rabbis, he also met
Uon. w led vi-e president of Southeast with studenta of Beth David at a special con-
5 ,on Ra': 'y durinq the con- vocation banquet and addressed more than
eoi the So- theasl Rcqion Rabbinical As- 150 i n "What Can Organized Religion
I the B'nni B rith Do fci Mr?"
Hillel Foundation Durinq lh Mine, at
Does Social Whirl Obscure
Religious Bar Mitzvah Goal?
Congress Commission on I aw and
Social Action said he was
tressed1 thai Sen Jas it-- desci ibed
Article XI S ction :< ,i- Ihe
I laine Amendment Sqw
continued
Continued tiom Parje 1-A
b<>rx( iit bell entertainei to divert
then guests ill" articli
addii that last year i ci
tiim in \\ ashington, l> C "mount
ad as mi tl) .is ,, royai ball,
Ooo "
Bei Mitzvah boj the
artii l< rt m irk< d II as
fruitful as h is fun the Rifts he
eolli cts c in be much ;is
the
n of \
Beth Shal m Syi
I Valle) i that
"the lu ii
anme In southern California I
Borne afi
tin.' -lumpily clad f( lane
an or comedians telling off i olor
Some rabbis try to k*ep *he
celebration in the synagogu",
"where the atmosphere will
temper the festivities." Rabbi
Seymour Siogol of th# Jewish
Yhoa Seminary suqgi
that loci i,
eailii imsunl oi
rvd on tin- ole
brntioii', and thai wealthy i
might us the fund? illy
\ftrty< On '.<,!.,' ,,,, p '< lO
send 'heir children on a pilgrim-
''i Zedek in
lii..." holds seminars for par
pnts Bai Mit/v .,li bos to stress
In- reli it i ,,| ti. cere
n
Hit never! he
less n '' i abbis reeo ;nize a prac
lical benefit in Bar Mitzi ah
i i the desin for the
- i ulai Jc
Iraw chil si hools
id M (iamze of i>,
- Down!
' rvah i 'ii monj
hk.' a bribe
I
you
I i llebi ev si hooT
si that ui !
bi li Hi I an o( Sins Pen
'!' In West Loa Angi li who be
lieves Ba hs should be di
until ii IK
Other rabbis v/ould like to
make Bar Mitivaht conditional
on parental pledues to continue
t''*ir son's religious educat on te
SQje 16. Thes and other pro
-v bein i studied
' i. abbis toi n,. Unitad Syn
!' l.l.i l< I
lull Seville <>f Chicago's Congre
[ation B'nai David Budlong ram
med it up "To educate Jews in th-.
mine, of the rite, we would
ave i" have an exhaustivi
;ram of adult rfueation "
l In false appellation ha- been
fostered b) (hose who arc dt
' ti j in paint defenders
i>f Article K\ Section 3 as bi
"It i- regn ttable thai Senatoi
Javits should have lent his name to
tin campait n
Wi i ill to Sen .1 !, it s attention
thai ihe National Conference ol
< in mi.in- and J< ws, in a recent re
port suggest n round rules foi
debate on the merits oi this pro
vision, specifically urged thai the "ton
use "i the phrase 'Blaine Amend
menl be dropped
I'm the contrary I remind Si n
.iiiu -l.iv its thai four turn in the
ret Ij \i ..i ihe Supri i i
' ha declai ed spei ii icall)
No lax in anj amount, large oi
imall, i an l- \v\ led t" uppo
i eligiou .ii ii\ itie i oi in iitul
whatevei Hu\
ralh
i' hatevei tiiiin Ihe) in ij adopt to
Free Loan Unit
Closes Season
Greater Miami Hebrew I i ee
I.u;in Association held its la i
meeting: before the summer sun
da) 7 :hi p in .ii iiu Miami Bi at h
Federal Auditorium, ,
\vc
"Attributing this provision to
Senator Blaine >s misleading and
meretricious. James G. Blaine
President, Isadore Schwartz, an
nounced thai the program included
Refreshments and cntertainm
11 \ sociation makes intei
free loans ii> individuals in nei
h.M -.ai.7-. ..V ""'' '""|1 '" ""lu.....als '' need
had nothing, to do with Artie. Iand haa ,,, ,,,U(. ,,,,,.
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Elect-
Anthony j.
DeLUCCA
COUNCILMAN, CITY OF NO. MIAMI
Resident of Dada County since 1937
Residenl of City of North Miami since 1954
Resides at 255 N.W. 123rd St. with wife, Nancy,
and five sons.
Admitted to Florida Bar, 1951
Veteran of World Wa> II
Member of Si. James Catholic Church
Member Knights of Columbus, Elks and
other Civic and Fraternal organizations
// Elected, Anthony J.
DeLucca Will:
Actively support referendums en all bond issues which
wcuJd impese assessment* on our citizens.
Work to enlarge and improve our recreation facilities and
programs for our line boys, girls and citizens.
Devote his time and energy to keep the City of North
Miami the finest place to live ap.d raise our families.
/ HAVE THE REQUIRED EXPERIENCE AND ABILITY TO
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TO REFLECT OUR CIVIC PRIDE
IN OUR CITY OF PROGRESS
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+Jen 1st thrMian
Friday. April 23 '.967
Red Jewish Policy Changes?
Paul Fcske left YM end WHA president, and Harold Thur-
mcr. right study committee chairman, consult with study
director Charles Miller, of Philadelphia center during their
hrst YM and WHA survey committee meeting. Greater Miami
Jewish Federation has launched the> study of the "Y here
to determine how the "Y" can best serve the leisure-time
r.eeds cf the Jewish community in Dade County.
Continued from P*9e 1A
communities lik^ Kiev, Riga, and
Vilna have in rabhis. no replace-
ments btini! available since their
rabbis died
Rabbi Schneier said the problem
til discu>.ed with Peter Maknrt
71 \ mvmber of the Council on Re-
ligion Affairs o." the Soviet <
cil of Ministers. 1 < issiotl '-
-c~ted to him that since the M J
enw Yeihiva win not fuactioning,
.Tewish student! be allowt t I I
stud) at seminaries in Kuropr. as
Ru^ian Orthciiox an.! Baptist ->
nunanans are allowed to do Th<
r.nhb; -aid that the -
agreed "in principle" hut said it
would be necessary to c
h the visual regulations
suih a venture.'' thou.h hv irklcd
. would !" n> problem." Tt <
Foundation ottered scholar!
to some 25 candidates for hi
binate to stu.iy in countries ap-
proved by the Soviet Union.
Rabbi Schncier said Makartzes
w;i- a^ked whether mission rrem
Autopsy Causes Orthodox Rebellion
NA1 B'RAK JTA Two
Bind Jicrv ; gfcl this
week vern-
T. : Hashomer Hospital to
ation
!', nai B
emies
dur-
ing preparation^ f r th' funeral of
12-year-old Mr- Ratiel Madel. that
heart had been remo\ed in the
ital I < mounted and
'he Zeal n Kroupinc for a
march on th<- hospital Th<\ were
idrii from doing
. v s
FOR MIAMI BEACH
ELECT
Whmsthh
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A PROVEN RECORD
e A VITAL LOOK
A VITAL MAN
the performance of autopsies in Is-
was held i- the Agudath I
p,i th Hamidrash In !.ondn .*.;>
- from leading Orthodox
against such autopsi' rpa"f
during the set Set mons on
in- .--! w\ re pven in a mn
1 Ion synai nd some
rabbis observed a half-da) of r .
M trners and members of
Madel's familj were particulaii)
incensed because Tel Hash
:i.'"l
a woi
Tel ;
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preflentatiTea of religious croups
*!:> h..d met in Huv.ia to blH
them in the I'nited Sta'es and
specifically if Chief Rabbi I.rvinr
could join In such a visit The So\
.it official again said there would
be no problem.'*
Tha mission received a "flat
declaration" from tho official
thet the now Jewish prayer-
books, promised for several
years, would be ready for the
High Holy Days. The rabbi s d
the mission members were
shown 430 plates from which the
preyerbooks in 1954 were print-
ed and 50 new plates to replsce
damaged ones. Rabbi Schneier
said paper had to be allocated
and a printing plant assigned to
complete the 480 page siddur.
Itahbi Si meiei >aid that there
was also a ii> -i for prayer rtiat I*
Nothll been dime to pro-, trie
them, but A Liepa, th-' Latvian
Republic Ri'ii.'.....- Aifair- H
hi. told the mission that the
v\a^ l>eint :iK-t I).- gifta from out-
aide Mission metnben said that
this wu th- Ural indication that
men gifts, banned until no*.
v.ould K permitted
Mission mem bets found
monument's on ma-- {ravel i
tims of the derma* occupation did
not mention that the victim- wee
"in contra-' fl that
.tew- have the designation
on their ld< nth* tion cards \t
thi- point Rnhhi Schne
tioned the indication "tt-
this 50th anniversary ye
Russian Revolution, th.
tion Jew' might be drop
the internal pa-port-
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April 28. 1967
kn IsHfT* rirfihtr
Paqe 11-A
community and Israel leader, Benia
yers (third from left, receives con-
tionfl of fellow leaders upon beirg
together with Mrs. Anna Brenner Me-
recipient* of th Israel Medullicn
:-' : ii o i which will be confer-
DOn them at th^ Israel Independ*^
on Sundav. May 14 at the Fontaine-
Hotel. From left cup opsra star Jun
Peerce. special guest at a reception for mem-
bers of the corps cf hosts last week: Rabbi
Leon Kronish. chairman of the Greater
Miami Isiael Pond Oicj tii n; Mr. V
Carl Weinkle, chairman of trie Israel Indepen-
dence Dinner; Rabbi Mayer Abrarrow.tz and
S'-rn B'nnk. 'nst recipient with Mrs. Blank
of the Israel Medallion of Honor.
ISRAH MEDALUON Of HO^'OR TO BE PW'JfD
ndependence Dinner Interest High
inity-wide interest in Ihe Greater Miami Trustees "t Israel, Albert Herbert M Ba
i. dependence Dinner to be including Mi and Mr- Sidnej \n Sam Blank Ben Blum. I
I Sundaj evenin; Ma> 14.
rred this week with the
41 of the Corpj "1 Hos1
nnouncemenl that Mi
Carl Weinkle w ill serve
i n nl the event
nner will I*- the occasion
,. I \!.- in Mr and Mi
M< -t coupli
il
'i oi SfMI 1'ion., for the
h M and Mrs.
Iff Rabbi Lton Krort-
(,
on,
i.,.., 'he Inde-
C Dinner will be held;
.eonarc4 Rosen, chairman
v-ael Bonds Women s Di
, ..:< on arH
Fnedland, honorary
rh*ir en.
Ml!
M;,\. i Abramowitz. James M Bower Shepard I'.
,e\< ;~ R
Jonas
Brotman. .luck A Cantor, Jack
i '.ii nor. Marvin Cooper, Sonia
Danovitz, Nathan II Darsky, 1-;
dore Deemar, Sam Feinstein, Jack
; \ i i ine Harry Fleisher,
Samuel Fox, Harrj Frankel, Sam
Fuchs, Mac Hache, Jennie i*i
Mniicr. Isadore Hecht, Mori -
Hirsch, Samuel Kipnis, Eugei i
Labovitz, Sol Landau, Murra) U. -
Lazarus Irving Lehrman, Isidon
Leibhober, David Ligh Max Li| -
chitz, Sam L Lubj. Nat tan \i
1 i Baron deHirs< h Me
e II Mildwofi. A i M
>k\ Alexander Muss, Morris v
i Jack s Pop ck, M !
M Ratnei. Jaco i iliikin, I
in' Kosen, Louis Rudnick, Will.
B r .'. Sol Mil varti Sam Sen
ler lliui> Silver Harry Sirkin.
Muton MiKin. Max Weitz, and -
Mori Zimmerman
'ihe naming ol Mr .mil Mrs
Weinkie as chairmen ol the
dinner places at its helm ;. pioneer
Mi,.mi couple "in' have serve
communit) and Israel througn thi
years in numerous areas oi I
ership,
Members "i the Corps ol Hosts
launcned pieiiminary prepara
loi tin Inuependence Dinner .it ..
recepnon tiusic i bj Mi and mi -
Weinkle last 'I hursdaj at tne Fi n
... n ,., i .ii- evening -
ram UK.i.mil entertain
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The theme ol this years Israel
[ndependence Dinnei will be Vm
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Larry King
To be Honored
Lai
and '
prest
ler i
;. thi
hone
King, well known radio
. \ Lsion personality will !>
led with th' Rudolph Roes
Villiere Award on Maj i">
Leukemia Awards Booster
the Deauvilk Hotel in hi-
Co:
Adai:
iiians Loh Marsh and Tonj
are co-csairmen, ami will
,.iih<- he event Author -columnist
Jim I -hop b ticket chairman.
Ru(..;ph RomUt de Vilheri
Awar. is the highest award the
Leuki a Society of America pre
-nit, ii 'layman." and la given
(.nl> thOM who have rendered
loutsti ag lupporl to the Societj
llsroeli Coin Club
rrganized Here
traeli Coin Club for South
has been organized "to en
and promote interest in
Ins; to cultivate friendly
among collectors; to en
and assist novice collec
A i
I lorid
itirai
i :i-
elatioi
loirs
\t
LPI
organizational meeting on
the following members
I cted to serve 'he club foi
L. | n. season B .) Ruben
lein ; esident; Al Bergman, Jack
, in ,i. vice presidents; Mrs M
secretary; Ralph y
i treasurer; i>"
I VI Wander.
rrager, attorney
jb
BhsWaMp drive will be un
in Ihe near future
Edwardi
director;
for the
MILTON M. GAYNOR
A DISTINGUISED BUSINESSMAN
WHO WANTS TO HELP HIS COMMUNITY
GAIN GOOD BUSINESS GOVERNMENT
f.* I am a M
re run for p

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HERE IS A BUSINESSMAN'S APPROACH
TO PROGRESS FOR MIAMI BEACH
Good Business Government CAN bung d and cooperation
to oui City Council
Good Business Government CAN modernize city operations for
greater efficiency and a fairer return on oui taxes SI worth of
government for $1 worth of taxes.
Good Business Government CAN provide a prompt convincing
voice to obtain Federal and State funds for vital community
projects and Senior Citizen facilities and services
Good Business Government CAN no longer tolerate conflicts ol
interest m City Council.
WHO IS MILTON GAYNOR?
. GAYNOR is Founder. Senior Vice President and a Director ot Wash.ngton
Federal Savings and loan Association.
. GAYNOR is also a Founder and Director of the Jellersan National Bank of
Miami Beach.
. GAYNOR owns and operates Gaynot and Company. Inc an Insurance
Agency in Miami Beach since 1950.
. GAYNOR has been a Miami Beach resident tor 0 years
. GAYNOR attended the Hebrew School and became Bar Mitzvah at Beth
Jacob Congregation. Miami Bear*.
GAYNOR was graduated from Central Beach Elementary and Ida M F.s^ei
High School. Miami Beach.
. GAYNOR is a cum laude graduate of the University of Florida He took
post graduate work at Columbia University and received a Cer.i icate from
the Graduate School of Business at Harvard University
. GAYNOR served h.s counli, for lour yea>s dunng World War II. entenrq
the service as a private homjiably discharged from the United States
Ait Foice as a Captain
. GAYNOR is I membei of Board of Fducat.on of Temple Beth Sholem
Miami Beart Chamber ot Commerce Elks Heart Association of Greater
Miami Inc Greater Miami Jewish Federation. United Fund. M.am. Beach
Boaid of Realtors. Shnnei. B'nai Both. Zionist Organization of Ameura
Biscayne Point Home Owneis Association Miami Beach Pies.dents
Council Mounl Sinai Hospital Charter Member. Mason and Society of
Residential Appraisers
He is married t the former Lenore Perell They have four children and
reside at 180S Daytoma Road Biscayne Point
HELP MIAMI BEACH GAIN WITH GAYHOR
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0>/er 95 per cent oi the KebrSw Academy 4th,
5th. and 6th grade students participah
school's Dementarv Science Fair this v-
Rabbi Alexander S. GrOM. piinc pa' an-
nounced. Projects ranaec from scace py
tion to undervatpr vib* lectors, Jrseoh
Ackner. head cf the Science Department, re-
ported. Shown abcve leit to riaht) are the
n inners: B:-.: i Opl c il I" i-ion;
1 : rev Grucn. Centrifu i] f'crce Henry F
Frr'r- tv; Jack Aremofi Cells; Deborah Os-
Birth *' a F -;ara Feit and I
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Syrians \ ow ^ ar at 'Any Moment*
Continued from Pag* 1-A
. -.-, made in conncti in with sub-
lion to Congress of a new ! se budget
Syria's threats against Is
w< re raised Ii I
Percj Illinois Re] I
who accused the Syrians oi "un-
pi n oked violence in boi It i
winch h,- called "ui | ibl "
Hi i
perate with thi i d t<
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Yiddish Arrtticon Vawdl rills
Finol 3 riiyi
YIDDISH Aff [kit :. VA IOt\ LI*
losing the MOMD Sunday Api I 30
A SPECIAL NEW SHOW
music comedy, song end dence
with many IfWS of the
Yiddish-American Theatre
On Screen
THE C*EAT ADV/S"
Yiddish musical cmodv with
English Sub-Titles
CINEMA
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Matinee Cont.nuou. !""
Performance
75|. From-.30p_m | .75
Th OW Titamnt ? o->
Adjm & Eve to Abraham & Sarah
Done u/.i'i ompl and
brilliance. Cei"?r S< Ah'j
turn u'di jimp ficfnl
11 M 'Y Q
THE DIM) mi \nu.vrus
TJEBiBIE
...fa 7< B*<0Mrf
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Extra Shews
Sat. I Sun.
Rtsarvtd Seals at Box-Of'ict or by Mi,I
EXCLUSIVE ENGAGEMENT
of Syrian effor
enda
In a relal pment.il
learn, d here thai I FLOSSY
for the
tion f South A
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v ould "certainls
Tl : announcement was made
by Abcul Mackawee. for
Chief Minister of the Aden pro-
'ect?r,ite %nd now genera' sec-
retly o' FLOSSY, which is
hacked by Egyptian president
Nasser. Mackawee said
policy will be hostile to Bri*
the Unittd Sta'es and Israel
alike "
His itement nirpi isc I -
officials who have maintained in
formal contact- with FLOSS'
the h'i|>e of keening n from adopt-
ing Ktreme ant: u.
se Mackawee called Isi .
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Friday, April 28. 1967
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'..eft to riqht are Max Boderman, president of Temple Emar.u-
"1; Dr. living Lohrman. spiritual lecder; Scrr.upi Fner.:iland,
:mcn cf the board; and Samuel J. Ha!| i mien of
:650.000 ccn I for a new and school
. [in [ for
Men and Women of Vision'! ?rrxh Hew
Fmanu-E! School Bin! din? Facility
Men and worn \'r$ I M
Dr Irvin Ham Mul
[ Temi Mr and M
i Pol
i s... ial Hall School Buil line .it
in th< if honor last week
the Hiplom.it Countrj Club
Patrons and sponsors
. .1 in a unique candlelight i
inj Introduced t>y Harrj ^
vjf a patron of the new building,
president of the Kmanu El
yera
Samuel J. Hlperin. campaign
chairman, announced that the
campaign hat now raited $400,-
000 toward a total goal of ScSO,-
000
Samuel N Friedland. past pres-
dent of the congregation, and
hairman ot its board, who do-
ated the buildinu site, was him-
self honored. together with his
vife, flattie, as founder patrons of
he new building.
Fru'dland announced, on behalf
.f Kmil Morion, building chair
man. that construction is under-
mraj nd that he anticipated com-
pletion date is October 1. 1967
Max Boderman. president of the
congregation, opened the meeting
\ ith a speciii word of thanks to
i>r Lehman, who was present de
M.ie hi- recent accident in which
he fractured his knee
Special decorative feature of the
evening was a display honoring
the following patrons and
tors Mr and Mrs. Sam Blank, Mr
and Mrs Max Boderman, Mr and
Mrs Jack earner, Mr. and Mrs
Joseph Cohen. Mr and Mrs
Arthur Detser, Mr and Mrs Max
Dinisman, Mr and Mrs. Samuel
Friedland. Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Fruchtman, Mr. and Mrs William
Gordon, Mr. and Mrs Abe Green,
Mr and Mrs Samuel .1 Halperin,
Mr and Mn Louis Hand, Mr. and
Mrs Joseph lloftman. Mr. ana Mrs
Perry Kaye. Mrs Moses Koizim,
Mr and Mrs Harry A. Levy
Mr. and Mrs Samuel Upton,
Mr and Mrs Harry Millman Mr.
and Mrs A J Molasky. Mr and
Erwin Stern,
Food Producer,
Dead at Aqe 56
Erwin R Stern. 56, owner and
operator of F.rwin R Stern Food
Brok'-rs. Inc.. died here Tuesday.
Apr. 18.
Mr Stern came to Dade County
ten years ago from New York, and
lived at 1000 NE 96th St.
Shortly after arriving here, he
started the company he headed
at the time of hit patting. While
a retident of New York, he had
been a talet manner for a
kother food butinett.
Survivors include bis wife,
Prances; two daughters, Mrs
Diane Zang and Mrs Joanee Ya-
ron, both of Tel Aviv, Israel: and
>ix grandchi'dren
Services were at Gordon Fun
eral Home
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Jen 1st ncridli&r)
Friday. April
William C Eagqs. editor. Miami News, shown with Mrs. Ir-
ving B. Kaplan center president, Florida Women's. Division,
American Jewish Congress. Mrs. David Muskat. past presi-
dent, Women's Division, and Chairman of the day; and Rabbi
Leon Kronish, national vice president and president, South
Florida Council. American Jewish Conqress, at the recent
John F. Kennedy tribute luncheon sponsored by Florida
Women's Division.
Hollywood Temple Sinai Dedication
A reception and three-fold de-
dication ceremonies of tin- Zinii
Memorial Chapel. I.ipman Youth
("enter, and Nursery Kindergarten
School of Temple Sinai were held
recently, in the sanctuary at 1201
Johnson St Hollywood.
Principal address was given by
Dr Warren .! WinMead. pre-u eut
v i University Other high
Is of ihe program were
bj I A Durbin. out
".: \: low itt, in-
lent \l
ii of the
is well .1-
by J
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Rabbis
The new chapel was endowed
by the families of the late Louis
Zinn. It seats 102 persons. It will
be used for daily morning serv-
ices, junior congregational serv-
ices, weddings and other small
gatherings, and summer Sabbath
services.
The Youth Center a> endowed
bj Max Upman and families, all
members of the congregation. It
is fully equipped with kitchen and
meeting rooms, and a social hall
for youth activities and social
events. The Kindergarten play
ground was made and equipped by
Joseph Vexnick
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Rabbi Stern Returns from Confab
The year 1967 marks the 25th an-
niversary of eommunal conereua-
tional life. The Jewish Community
(enter of Hollywood HTM charter-
ed on June IS. 1942. In 19*.. tin-
Center moved into its first per
manent home on Polk St T\.c pre
sent sanctuarj opened i' portal*
in September. 1960. and in April
1MB, Temple Sinai was ofKcfalb
dedicated to the life of the ( 'om
mumty.
i hi- year 1961 the
14th %ear of service by Rabbi l>.i
Rabbi Tihor II. Stern hai re
turned from New York, where he
attended an all day conference "I
rabbinic aeholan to air scxcral
current crucial problems
Rahhi Stern said that tte pre-
sent hysteria of dialogues tiolatei
every principle and safeguard id
Jewish survival. Missionary hunt
en of friendly persuasion ire not
lass dangerous than those of previ-
ous generations when hrulalin ml
force was used
Rahhi Stern also declared that
the Torah point of view on abortion,
which i- coming up f< ion
in the State of Florida le :Ulature.
musl recognise thai population ex-
: he arrt -
sion
Propa stion of humamtj
be followed b> fret choii
t lenient uncurbed by
boundaries." he said. 'Abortion,
even ;is a method of merc\ killing.
is in violation of law and morality
of all God-fearing people Torah
lav ha- the ahswar, found in the
Bible
Club 2 Prexy
Luncheon Guest
Florida Senior ClflMDS C h.b 2
met on Monday. 2 p.m., at 842
Washington Ave
Plans for the state and national
convention of senior citizens, to be
held during Hay, were thi
item on the agenda
(in Tuesday, the club president,
Mrs Esther Williams, was honoiod
at ., luncheon held at
1141 Ws
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Hours of Comirtuous
Relief from Minor
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AnacinO girt* hour* cf o-
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minutti pain go* k, that It'i -..
to move aflirted 1-rii >(l ,
reason Anacin Tablet* art >., *it^.
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Receiving a Combined Jewish Appeal chairman's award at
he "Break Bread Breakfast" Apr. 9 at the Algiers Hotel
Mrs. Milton Green, president of the Greater Miami Council
; Pioneer Women and chairman of the organization's cam-
grn eitorts on behalf of CIA. Milton Weiss, 1967 CJA cam-
n chairmen presented the award to Mrs. Green in rec-
ognition of the Pioneer Women's havma surpassed the amount
c'. monev they raised durina last year's CJA drive.
HIGHLIGHTS AWARDS DINNER
Justice Douglas in Two
Addresses for Histadrut
Supremo Court Justice William
1 Pnuulas Ml to addict KM) load
.nc Greater Miami Jewish at'or
\- and certified public account-
ants Th"r-da> afternoon at tho
Fontaiovbleau Hotel at luncheon
hosted by Judge Herbert S. Shapiro
and lira Anna Brenner Meyer*
The 29-year veteran of the United
StaU>' brightest judicial body was
guest speaker at Wednesday night's
Third Seder celebration, also at the
Fontainebl an. co-sponsored by the
Israel Histadrut Committee of
Greater Miami and the Greater Mi
ami Council for Medical Sen cea
and Vocational Training in Israel
Thursday'* luncheon wit to be
held in behalf of the American
Histadrut Development Founda-
tion, the legacy, annuity and in
su'ance pro-iram of Histadrut.
whi-h has raised more than $8,-
CCO -.ward i"s gojl of $10,
OOC.OOO in 1967.
Highlight of Wednesday night's
dinner, attended by some 500 lead-
ers of tho South Florida Jewish
community, was official announce-
ment of this summer's completion
of the Greater Miami "Amal'
High School in Ramleh. Israel.
Chairman Jacob Rifkin said the
Sl.iMMi.0O0 school will he equipped
and open in time for the fall term,
with 800 boys and girls attending
tho ultra-modern facility A delega-
tion of Greater Miami Jewish lead-
ers, headed by Rabbi I.eon Kion
ish and Histadrut regional director
Moshe Berman. will take part in
the mid-July dedication of the
Ramleh facility
Honored at Wednesday night's
dinner were Mi and Mrs Morris
Nov.mark, Miami Beach religious
and i ic and l eo Mindlin,
executive editoi oi The
lew ih Floridian.
Baron Meyer Elected
To ML Sinai's Helm


, h Me;. md inter
philanthropist Meyei was
i '.eted at the annual meetii
the Hospital Board o( Trustees
-Ihui.....> ,-. 20, succeeding
! eonard L Abess, > ho served in
this ra"c't> 'or m- oast three
"Jewish Floridian
Miami. Florida, Friday. April 28, 1967
NATIONAL CONFERENCE OF CHRISTIANS AND JEWS' AUSPICES
Religion, Social Issues Forum
At Univ. of Miami on Monday
A regional institute on "Religion
and Social issues" will be held
Monday, May 8 at the University
of Miami to hrinu together re-
ligious and lay leadership from
welfare, civic and service orpaniza
lions to consider the role of or
ganized religion in meeting basic
and social issues of our time
Keynote speakers for the one-
das conclave, which will open with
registration al 3:30 p.m at the
111ll l House. Ponce de Leon Blvd..
at Miller 1M will Ik- former Ark
ansas Rep Brooks Hays and the
Rev. Edward T. Graham, of Mt
Zion Baptist Church.
Co-sponsors of the Institute
are the Interfaith Agency for
Social Justice and the Florida
Region of the National Conference
of Christians and Jews. Dr. Irving
Lehrman of Temple Emanu El,
past president of the Rabbinical
Association of Greater Miami, is
chairman of the planning commit-
tee on "Religion and Social
Issues"
Serving as advisors to the com
mittee are Frank .1 Magrath, re-
gional director of the National
Conference of Christians and Jews
and the lies Martin A Walsh, of
the Catholic Diocese of Miami
Ret Graham's keynote address
i- scheduled for 4:10 pin alter
which the conference will separate
into separate workshop committee
meetings al several of the religious
buildings on the University of
Miami campus
Chairman of the board of tru-t
cos of Florida Memorial College,
the Rev Graham has been active
in numerous governmental, i
and human relations proj
throughout the state.
Former Congressman Hays now
professor of Government at the
University of Massachusetts is a
former national chairman ol the
NCCJ sponsored Brotherhood Week
and held the post of special a
ant to the late President John F
Kennedy and to President Join
The former president of the
Southern Baptist Convention will
speak at 8:15 pm., following a
dinner in the university's Student
Union Building.
Dr Herbert Baumgard, of Tem-
pi,. Beth Am ol South Miami, is
serving as chairman ol the work
shop committees Topics such as
housing, education, welfare, mi-
grant workers and employment
will 1m' discussed
B U R D I N E *S
CAB0N lit HIHiCH MM*
. Mi >ir servi i
in -t pn -...< : fi I :,; '"
1948
Reelected as chairman of the
board was Max Orovitt, with Abess
,!- vice chairman.
Vice presidents an Das id P,
i atsmaii. Max Cogen, Edward L
Cossen, Joseph l.ipton and Dan
Ruskin; secretary, Leonard l.
Wien; assistant secretaries, Ho
ssani Kane and Milton Weiss;
treasurer, S C Levenson; u
sistant treasurers. A C. Fine and
Sam A. Goldstein.
Reelected to the board foi three
sear terms were Sain Blank, Ben
'Blum. Jack earner. A J. Harris,
Ben Kline, a .1 Molasky, .indue
Harold B Spael and Carl Weinkle
Reelected for two-yeai term. Ren
Junta Meyers [or one y<" terms,
Leo Chaikin and John Serbin Neu
trustees elected for one-year
terms, Ssdnes Cms and Hems ,\
Kellei
Fleeted life trustees were Mac
Gache and Harrj Blum, joining
rvej
I, Abraham I
man M< dman, M D Paul
K (.....Ion Mi S llarvt j Gi
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rmcus Gartner aright i. presents a check for SI.000 to Mayshie
Friedbera for :he Histadrut Crippled Children's Hospitals in
Israel.
Gives Check For Crippled Tots
Pincu Gartner 78 of 925 Waab-
n Ave expresses his deep
love for children and a deeper
for those who are dis-
abled or crippled with a cheek for
00 i armarted for the Histad
rut Crippled Children'" H
;. a pa- Kjpat Holim
.cal program
The check m | to
nie Fnedber mera-
e board of directors of the
Irul Committee of
.junction with
idrut 3rd Seder held on
esda; at the Fontainebleau
Hotel, with Supreme Court Justice
William O Douglas a> featured
.speaker.
FDstadrut i- one of Israel fin-
eat organizations ." Gartner >aid
it- Kiajel H'lh.i". program is one
of the be.-t Medical Program,
the world The attention and car*
that disabled and crippled children
receive there is something I a ant
to remember at Passover when
families come together in h<
and ;n peace to celebrate Jewish
'reedom from bondate I wj
help just a little hit to free just a
children from pain.'
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Hon. Gil-Ad At
ZOA Annual
Israel Fete

M/atson of An
will I .. annual In
oration

pitted
r an OWtstandta
l<*ih An
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hairman.
South
Florida
Higl
the HoneraMi tn i m > ad, an
A of th* Israel govenunent
since 1057, balding pesti In Tel
Av;v and J ruaalem. who one
of the leading members of the
10th aaniversan committee in Is-
Ahich arranged for the
bration.s which took plate through-
out Israel.
Gil Ad. who will represent the
State of Israel, will bring a special
message to Greater Miami Jewry
concerning present day event- In
the Middl. East
One of the features of the l!Hh
anniversary celebration will be a
special candle lighting cereDMO)
with community leader* commem-
orating Uie 19 >ear> of the estab-
lish merit of the Jewish State
Castor Saul B-reeh of Temple B'nai
Raphael, chairman of the luncheon
club. ha> arranged the musical pro
gram for the ceremony.
\ -o on the program will be the
new color film. "Israel 19 Y
of Industrial Accomplishment
At 9 pm a K< iper will
-'r\ed
Rabbi Kronish
Reviews Novel
Rabbi I-
' -urn- ,
aeller by H<
in th-
Mr- Seymo
: i
Bholaoi
aie a
This era ..>
the currcr
Mr* Julius s. | ,
>ook rev.
Rules for Living
"Ri Right Lhing will be
the topic of a lecture b> Dr Abra-
ham Wolfson before the Spiaoaa
Forum for Adult Education which
meets every' Thursda> mornin. 10
to 12 noon, in the auditorium of
Washington Federal 1234 Wash-
ington Ave Music and readings by
members of the audience precede
the lecture Raphael Burstein is
chairman
tKDtN M. MMMW
Young Demos
Name Siegendorf
To Head Slate
Assistant Atorney Genera! \:
den M Siegendorf has been un
animously nominated a* president
of the Young Democrat!*
Dade Coont) for the year I9K7 68
Siegendorf will take command
of the 1.000-member group upon
his return from Tallat here
he i- al Mslgni
counsel f.,r 'he D
House delegation l
-lature
In addition to his new duties
ndorf r- aa -
president of the Yatin| Ik-h tMiii
Clubs of Florida. Mercian of
I'niv. : Miami La* -
Alumn Assn and is a past ;>
dent of the optimist
Downtown Miami
her offii b) the
Young Denra pen K
Ryal- vice president
Jack Taifer program vice ;
dent: Eileen Zalla. meaibership
vice Jer Belter. :
urer; Alan Weinstein, correspond-
ing secretary: Jackie Schwartz, re
cording secretary; and Howard
Forman. historian.
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'Mm 1st fhrkHat)
Page 3-B

Scout Troop To Be Formed
An organizational meeting for invited to attend with a parenl
the Boj Seoul Troop and Cub Pack AIjll WoW ,- r,.,,,,,!,. Sj
in be sponsored i>v Temple Sinai .. _
oi North Dade was to be held on serve leader '" lhe H": S'
Thursday. 7:30 p.m.. at the Temple program, and a report from 'ha
offices, 18801 NK 2ml Ave Boj Scout office will !>< present*
Boys 8 to 14 years "f age are bj Gerald Plessner
Members of the teen clubs at the Miami Beach and Betty Mann of the EOPI; Howard Wishner.
"Y" : Dllected canned goods for distribution Richard Tuikin and Alan Landau, of the "Y"
to ne'-dy families by the Office cf Economic Teen Clubs; and Dr. Joel Heyman, Miami
Oppc.-jnity. (Left to riqht) are Margaret Brown Beach YMHA teen supervisor.
Hebrew High's Diane Matza A 'Valuable Staffer1
Thirtj outstanding Dade Count)
high scl "1 newspaper staff mem-
bers bav bt-en named as winners
<>i the "Most Valuable Staffer
Awards presented by the Ameri-
can Newspaper Publishers Associ
at:nn and The Miami News.
Outstanding staff member from
the Greater Miami Hebrew Acad-
Men's Club To
Install Kleinberg,
Prexy, and Slate
I out- ll Kleinberg affiliated
with T- >;>!< Net Tamid for five
- been elected pn sidenl
'a Club
He be installed <>" Sunday
mornini Maj 7 with the follow
Ing slati Joseph Silverman, Harr>
l.irh..... Norman Superstein
vice pn :. nts. Paul H Press W
; i secretaries;
I treasurer
ii
i ., ........d ano" wcl
lare
Hoi ou,s c
1 I
U in l"- M
lulius Resnick, Murray
\ sh and Maurici 1
p members include Mai
Irving Cohen Di l
ler. Hank D i
,,.1 \. r i Hyman E is
, .,.,; Herman Frank, Frank
i .. |e| rrj I Glarcr, Michael
r.laiiei Max Glickman, II
,,,,!. vdblph C.recnbaum, Nat
.,:-,, arn Handelsman Me;
,., i... .. David Newman Berl
!,.,,_,.. d Dale R gent Era Ros
eld Ck Shaw. Louis Suchman.
Morris WoUand.
MEMORIAL
MEETING
PROCLAIMED BY
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*or May 7th 7 P.M.
the
DILIDO HOTEL
Sponsored by
"tRBAND LABOR ZIONISTS
JEWISH NATIONAL EUND
PIONEER WOMEN
COAIE ZION
emy Olga and Margaret Weishaus Presentation of the awards will
(Jirls High School is Diane Matza. |. made by Bill BaggS, editor of
editor of the school newspaper, The Miamj \'eWs. The luncheon
Echo." wnj follow the close of the 1967
She will be joined by other Florida Scholastic Press Associa-
young Dade County journalists fur f.n convention at Miami Beach.
an awards luncheon on May 6 at----------
the Deauville Hotel Faculty ad-
. i the n will also
be guests
Companionship I nliinited
One of the newest adults group to join the Miami Social
Scene is "Companionship Unlimited". Realizinq the prob-
lems so many widowers, divorced and unattached males
and females, who desire to meet each other, and recogniz-
ing the need for an organization where companionable
"LONERS" may meet with dignity in a sincere endeavor
to cultivate interesting social, civic and cultural friendships
in a selective mature group between 40 and 60 years o;
age, an interested party made an announcement in The
Press.
From the many responses, a fine nucleus was formed and
several pleasant and interestina meetings were held at
members' homes, to aetermine progress and to plan pleas-
urable future programs.
Dr. Milton Lyons, executive committee member, said "We
are now especially seeking males membership, because
we prefer to egualize males and females membership"
The next get-together meeting will be Thursday May 11.
1967.
For More Detailed Information Please Call
538-3274,532-4121
or 538-6533
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"World
Jewish Floridian
Friday, Apri] 28, 1%7
Pace 5 b
Spring Time" fashion show will highlight the Cedars of Le-
bcncn Hospitc! Auxiliary installation of officers on May 12
c:t the Dtpont Plaza Hotel. Preparing some of the qiant flow-
ers for the room decorations are Mrs. Frank Rose (left), Mrs.
Dcran Z.nner (centei and incoming president, for 1967-68, Mrs.
Ted Lctterman.
n
Localites Elected To
High National Posts
With Women's Unit
Mrs. Aaron farr Mrs. Stanley M ;
J
Sv 'SABEl GROVF
Mr. and Mrs Julian Buchbind-
ii have returned from Gainea
ville, where they attended the
ftraduat'on of daughter Heidi El-
len A Southwest Hinh alum.
Heidi received a US in occupa-
tional therapy from the Univer-
sity of Florida and will intern at
a hospital in Orlando during the
summer But come August,
-he'll be back her" fur h"' wed
ding to l-awrence Steven Schoen-
feld. son of Dr and Mrs Irving
Schocnfeld of Great Neck. N V .
who b: then will have received his
doctoral in cl nieal psychology
from Fla. U. While in Gaincs
ville, he has served on the Staff
of the J Hillia Miller Health (en-
ter In June, the Buchbinders
will be travelling New York-ward
for another Graduation, that of
son Mark a candidate for an LLB
from Columbia I-aw School .
A University of Miami alumnus.
Mark has a String of honors to his
credit including the Florida State
< ivitan Award, and was on scho-
larship for his last two years at
Columbia Another item on
Continued on Page 8-B
The recent bereavement which has visited our home has
brought to us a greater appreciation of our friends. Such
kindnesses and neighborly thoughtfulness can
never be forgotten.
The family ol the Late
MEYER "MIKE" FORER
Mrs. Ha rVer and Children, Henry, Minna lea and Joseph
At the recent National Council
of Jewish Women biennial conven-
tion in Atlanta, da.. Mrs. Aaron
Fair, of Miami Beach, was elected
to serve as a vice president, and
Mrs Stanley C. Myers, of Miami.
waa made an honorary vice presi-
dent for life.
A former president of the Great-
er Miami Section. NCJW. Mrs
Farr has held many offices in the
organization during the 28 years
she has been a member. She serv-
ed as region president and most
recently as national campaign
chairman. A life membership plan
sponsored by Mrs. Farr has just
been adopted by the national
group.
Also known for her participation
in human welfare programs, Mrs.
Farr was the first recipient in
Miami of the Hannah G. Solomon
Award given by the Greater Miami
Section. NCJW. in 1966.
She has been a president, board
member or chairman of Welfare
Planning Council of Dade County.
National Conference of Christians
and Jews. American Jewish Com-
mittee. Auxiliary of lit Sinai llos
pital. Sisterhood of Temple Beth
Sholom. Women's Committee of
Brandeis University, board of gov-
ernors of Greater Miami Jewish
Federation. Currently, she is
chairman of the Homcmakcrs As-
sociation of Dade County.
Mrs Myers, who has served as
national vice president of Council
for several terms, has also served
aa vice president of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation.
She lias served as chairman of
volunteer training of the American
Red Cross; Women's Division.
Combined Jewish Appeal: vice
president. Florida State Confer-
ence of Social Work; president.
Jewish Family and Children's
Service, and on the District
Boards of the Florida State Public
Welfare Department.
Listed in the 1964 edition of
"Who's Who in World Jewry,"
Mrs. Myers has been the recipient
of many awards for her time and
efforts devoted to humanitarian
service. The Senior Day Carc Cen-
ter is named the "Martha and
Stanley Myers Center" in honor of
MESIVTA OF GREATER MIAMI
LOUIS MERWITZER HIGH SCHOOL
INVITES TOO TO A
PASSOVER CONCERT
SATURDAY
APRIL 29.
8:30 P.M.
HEBREW ACADEMY
IDA APPEl AUDITORIUM
SOI. ZIMEL has made
appearances on major
Television and Radio shows
which have won him
unanimous rave notices
from the critics.
SOL ZIMEL, inspired new
talent, is a brilliant,
colorful and exciting a.
CAUTOR SOL ZIMEL
WILL PRESENT A PROGRAM Of
YIDDISH, ISRAELI, CANTORIAL, SHOW TUNES AND
OPERATIC MUSIC
for information and Tickets
Call Mesivta 1965 Alton Rood JE 8-5543
if and her husband, a nai
ally-known leader of tin Je<
eneral communities
National Council oi Jewish W
en. world's oldest major Jei
women's organization, hi i
117.000 members throughout
IS It sponsors more than 1
community sen ices for } I ith
aging, and the handicapped,
well as broad public affl
grams foi members


Treasure Isle
ORT Chapter
Installation Set
Treasure Isle C h a p t e r of
Women's American ORT will con-
duct its installation luncheon at
Martin's on the "9 St Cause
wa> on Wednesday noon
Judge Milton Friedman will be
tiling officer, and the following
will be inducted: Mrs Bessie
hs. president; Mrs Ben
. id, Mrs Philip Goldb
, harl i Mrs Ruth Bei i
. thj Shepard.
presidents: Mrs I arl B
a secretary, Mrs D
financial secretary;
Mrs il1- !1U '" ei :
Mrs Sam I i
Mrs M Fox. n
Mrs Jack Krai
par I mi tai an, "ho will sen
,ia\
l hursday
I In
Grunhut in
outstand
community."
Anniversary
Saluting the 39th anniver-
of the Women's League foi Isi
the Miami Beach Chaptei hel a
brunch and card-party hono
life members and new membei It
the Shelborne Hotel recently.
Mrs Hose llochstin and
Sara Kunin took reservatio
Mrs. Harry Kapell is pn sidei if
the local chapter.
Ladies to Cite
Financier Here
Mrs Pauline Lazarus, president
d Auxiliary No 330
ish Wai Veterans, announces thai
a special award will be pn -
Vbi iham \ Grunhut ce prcsi
Washington Federal Sav
Association
The event took place at
n Hall,
Kd at 8 30 p m on
in., presented to
"recognition of ins
contributions to the
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Friday. April 29, \%l
. ^Atboitt J^coplc and place? .

V.IRROR MIRROR ON THE WALL
Mrs Irving Lehrman and Mrs Leon Kronish
: I ng Ihi-ir hair done at thr sal
ion was in such a hurry
..; i> tripped over Mrs lack Kat/man.
Mrs Shi i an I ho
in turn was talking to her sister-in law. Mrs
Donald Kaplan Mrs v mfeld and Mrs
Morris Gidnej urere talkin. Cancer I talk
Eli Ml Itzer was amp
Mrs Stanlt 5 Fn hling
ith in -ueh a hurt>
the) didn't have lime to waste in talk
PASSAIC. N.J., COMES TO MIAMI
Dr and Mrs 1 ouis Schneider, of Pas
Kaplai s home town: -pent Fridaj evening
Kap ai '.' was
Ih tli whole Ka|
nd the table It's
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DAISIES NEVER TELL
. le the > 1
i -shaped ible in thi ol the
House could easil) have told what a
|j brunch I ill B The buffet was
> nt. with a brisk* I -;t
d with w i he 1 passed quicklj
is were Mr Larrie S
Max Dreyer
,!. nil,': g, Mrs S imuels, Mrs
Mrs.
I
LEON FISHER DREAM CAME TRUE
I,
,,n fixed
the metl to the *.! 1790 s\\ 27th .v.i' Harold Tannen was
. There as three |
isor so th Fisher. Dr Melvin L Becker
. it. and t i : en could < ul
the ribbons timer- and new timers
came <>ut for thi- special occasion Man) <>f the
adopted children's parents were present, as well
a- new volunteers Proud board members ithej
-hnwed the public through the
building. Glimpsed were Judge and Mrs. Harold
Spaet. Mi and Mi- Henry Norton. Dr and kin
Max Millard Mr and Mrs Edward Cantor, An-
na Brenner Meyers, Mrs Burton Goldstein, Dr
|*enr> Jordan Ring, Dr and Mr- David Klrsh and
mil> ami Mi William Gli I rtone
and their family, who all cam< to tee grandpa,
Irving Gladstone gel an award which he richly
deserved Arthur Rosichan wen- talking to com
munit leaders Mrs Eugene Kati and her daugh-
ter, m bright -hade- ci yellow, standing next to
Mrs \aron Farr and G..... W Hirsch Also
; psed the Alvin I 1..... W 1 lei Falks, Ken
N'ovak, Mrs Harold Hand and Rep Kenneth
Myers
FORTY YEARS AGO
A TAX DEDUCTION WAS BORN
1 duction was Phil Paul, and his
e, plannt prise part) f"i him
that nearl) death Phil and
N'orman Mid Martin'$
Instead if joining them as planned. th< wives
the
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Mr
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Life
iple
who : right hai..... wre
Mr and Mrs Ha '< and Mrs Sam
Sa tow, Mr and Mi Arthui S Mrs
Phi] Mr- w illiam Blatt, Mi and
Mrs Nat Elkins, Hi ant,
and Mrs Mi Mrs Harold
Pearlman, Di and Mrs Stanle) Mitchel, and Dr
and .Mrs Irving Waili
A FUN PARTY
The men wi Ihc
in the I House b) I
rls with I-.:--.'- md leis at the Luau
. and Mrs Edward G I. Ever)
- df
twelve, lo the stui forms specially
Ihi hors il 04 fet table Sparkl
fountains with livel) fish were in -
md the room Place cards wen u-h
too but not ri a! v ests were Mr
and Mr- Samuel Blank. Mr and Mr- Ernest
.lam-. Mi- Jack Ablin, Mi and Mrs Harr) A
Yagle, Mr .md Mrs John Owen. Dr and Mrs
Leo Levin, Mi and Mrs Sidne) Huberman, Mr
and Mrs Bernard K Windt, and Sheila MacRae
and Mr and Mr- A! Hochberg
Frances Lehman
Social Brunch, Card Party Held
Members of the Women- Lea find employment and
Kua for Israel, Florida Chapter, maintain- tiv homi
hold a -oeial brunch and eard part) lv -,nd a workshop foi ',
recentl) at the Shelborne Hi Presidenl 1- ..
Tin League aids j ung women ken
Fi
For Your Outstanding
Social Lvents
Class^^\.
bntainebleauXjA
HOTEL MIAMi BEACH FLO"
Call: MR. LESTfcK PALEY, CATERING MANAGER
JEHerson B-08H
Boy Scouts in Drive
Sevt 1 thousand Bo) Scouts will
1 much "t Dade Count) on
rda) during their sixth annual
i .in Day" for the benefit
ol the handicapped nun and worn-
-v ill Industries The
I
on i!> Saturda). urging
dl rs to fill them with r <
pairable clothing and -mall house
hold articles, returning to
n up on the 2 THE
III HC A V > i: T i: It II A I 1
340 Bisceyne Boulevard Miami, Flondi
FACING blSCAYNE ? -
"WHtKt JHt STARi AND HtAVfN JOIN YOUR rrSTiV'T.'fS"
AT THE BEAUTIFUL NEWLY DECORATED I ENLARGED
STABLIGHT ll\l I ICOOM
SEATING UP TO 400
ir WEDDINGS
ir BANQUETS
ir LUNCHEONS
+ CONFIRM '-"
ir recept;
ir mi n -
Sir
CALL .
CATERING
icily Koiher focililiei Available Under Svearviiien of
BABBI TIB0R H. STERN
Miss SHIRLEY, V j Manag- FR 9-3792

Garden Clubbers
In the Pink*
Ml Sinai Garden Club mem
tiers will be "thinking pink" for
the installation luneheon to be
held at Tony'.- Fish Market Restatl
rant on Friday, May 5. at 12 noon
The Garden Clubber! will adorn
themselves with fresh floral 1
Hons, which will include some
thing pink to 20 along with the
them,. "We're in the l'ink
Chairman (or the day will b<
Mrs Alexander Koan Mrs Si
mour Rubin i- ticket chairman
Mr- Hen Lond, president of the
club, will conduct the meeting
Slate "i officers for i<*i7 \ms
are Me-oa-ne- Mark Cirlin. pre-
If"-- Kelemer. Hub. it
I'rank. Sam Tendler. vice pre-i
dents; David RoUasstberg, record-
ing secretary; Meyer Don. cor.
Da\ id Bei
gar, social secreUry; EmanueJ
Ixrbvr. treasurer
There is only.one
World Famous
S!
OQi^
t s.t. HMMiauca'
-
' those
hc demand
r^s, the very best'
I
THE FINEST AND MOST ELEGANT CATERED AFFAIRS.
For group* ot all jiMs ... The most titoo-ntdgeeoie
guidance and. assittinca from e stall ol eiperts... The
most magnHtcant tacllrtiat ...All lo maka four atlair
ISO moat Memoreofe.'
Pieasa'cjH ERIC MElEfi. .
Etecuti.e Food and Ban. Director JE 2-2567
at
Have IHat
Business Meeting,
Banquet, or
Special Occasion

You'll fmd ccr-plete
facilities to exce'ly satisfy
your needs in the Kismet,
Aladdm, Scheherazade and
Ruboiyaf Rooms, be it for a
*edding or o private p.. '/'
It th

for Information!
HAZEL ALLISON
Catortna Dlroclor,
JE 1-6061
Mh St. a Collins ava>
/'<
idm
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ESganl Functions
Comp'ele Catering Facilities 'c "' i"
Pari ipr.tii m superb fashion tctvng that
redact you' gooO testa.
.CONFIRMATIONS e RECEPTIONS e WbODINGS
BANQUETS e MEETINGS e PARTIES
A Tata atata or a gala calabration with 3,500 Iu"-
DIETARY UWS STUICTIY OBSERVtO UNDER THE SUPERVISION
___ OF RABBI TIBOR H. STERN
GDeauville
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UNDER THE STRICT AND CONSTANT LOCAL RABBINICAL SUPERVISION OF RABBI TIBOR H. STERN
All Food Fair Kosher Markets Will Be Closed
Monday and Tuesday, May 1st and 2nd
In Observance of Passover
THE FOOD FAIR KOSHER MARKET AT 965 V/ASHIUGTON AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH, W.LI BE OPEU
ON SUNDAY, APRIL 30lh TO SERVE YOU.
May we suggest that your Holiday shopping be done early to insure faster service
and the maximum in savings! You may be sure we carry only the finest Kosher Meats
and Poultry! YOU MUST BE SATISFIED OR YOUR MONEY RACIC__________
ALL FOOD FAIR KOSHER MARKETS
ARE CLOSED ON SATURDAY
The management and employees extend to you and your families
A JOYOUS AND
FESTIVE PESACH
^^vws--------------------........'....................".........--------------------------------
KASHRUTH SUPERVISION
RABBI TIBOR H. STERN. Director
REV JACOB B. KATZ ** W1LL,AM SHULMAN
WHOLESALE KOSHER MEAT AND POULTRY WHSE.
Sales Managers: ABE and SUNNY
MORRIS GROGER
DEPARTMENT MANAGERS
GEORGE KLEIN *X MORANTZ
Supervisor: PHILLIP KATZ
MURRY RUBIN


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2091 Co al Way,Miami
NOW 4 KOSHER MEAT and POULTRY MARKETS TO SERVE YOU BETTER
A 163rd Street Shopping Center 19th Street at Alton Road 10th Street & Washington A-
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MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS YOUR EXTRA BONUS AT FOOD FAIR


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+Jtist Fhrrti-*r
Friday. April 28. 1957
'. iton Berle and his "Impossible Years" join with the mem-
zers oi Alpha Omega Dental Auxiliary in a benefit perlorm-
e to help Variety Children's Hospital. Seen at the sell-out
prior to curtain time are (left to riaht; Mrs. Joe Badat.
. -:et chairman: Mrs. Paul Richman. chairman of the theater
. rty: Mrs. Hymen S. Levine. president of the Auxiliary; and
Robert Apfel. chairman of the cocktail party preceding
tie. performance.
? _bbi Alexander S. Gross, principal of the Hebrew Academy,
z.-esents Mrs. Charles Simon with the Hebrew Academy Worn-
.- s "Parent of the Year" award at a luncheon at the Fon-
::.nebleau Hotel. Witnessing the ceremony are Mrs. Harry
rzsenebrg left), chairman of the day. and Mrs. Samuel Ros-
:: (right), president of Hebrew Academy Women.
': own receiving her prize of two round-trips to Tel Aviv via
7 n American World Airways is Mrs. Alton Silverman. of
]: -naica. N. Y. Makinq the presentation is Robert Keefner, dis-
: scies manager of the Maxwell House Division of General
' ods. who sponsored the promotion in behalf of Sanka
1 z.ffee. Right is Mrs. SUverrr.an's daughter, Amy Beth. The
ze also includes the use of a Hertz car for a week in any
; y in Israel or Europe.
New Temple Site For Carnival
carnival and bazaar on five bu,|dm f
- Of land being created for th, SnoIom%, 275 Nw 199th' j
be held on Sunday. May 7
ewnwes .
PICKN CHICKEN
IT'S MOASTED
18352 N.W. 7th AVENUE
EAST END Of FREDC RICH'S
WE DELIVER
621-2261
b.
V

rove
Continued from Pago 5-B
the Buchbinder agenda will be the
engagement reception for thtir
daughter in New York

Expected here this weekend
from Baltimore. Arlerte Green
berg will be bringing brand new
fiance David I.icbowitz of that
dtj to visit with her parents. Mr
and Mr* Joseph H. Greenberg
Formal announcement of the
engagement is being made thil
weekend, with an August wedding
on the date bonk Future bride-
'in i- the son of Rabbi and
Mrs Herscbel Lafbowtti
Welcome \1s1tors here for the
holidays. Mr and Mrs David I-e
mil (she's the former Irma Her-
man now of White Plain-. N V
AmOltf other news of inter-
est arc the picture- taken when
the levins were in Califoi
centh ihowing Irma's da
Vick,. husband Jo FrI :
their two Josh and Sally, .
mer Miami Beachitej 1
that a- many of her rji
friends as possible ipi nd
hours with the popular Mr. ;
Pauline (Mrs JackiSchwan
ing an informal gel '
Saturday at the Eden Roc
PIONEER MIAMIAN TO CELEBRATE
Freda Newman's Friends
Rally at 80th Birthday
Mrs Freda F Newman, of 3800
Collins Ave., Miami Beach, will c
lebratc her 80th birthdaj on Satur
day, Apr 2!l at a dinner tendered
in her honor by her famil\ and
ds at the Royal Hungai.an
Restaurant.
Mr- Newman has been .-. residi nt
of Miami Beach til cc 1934
that time -hi- has bet
for her activities in the civic and
religious affairs of our community.
SI I- one of the founders and
served two term- as fir-t president
ij tin- I\i' pie Fmanu Fl Sistei
from 1941 to 1944 She is one of
he founders of the Greater Miami
au of Jewish Education,
dei and first president foi five
i cutive terms "t the F
. Temple Fmanu Fi. and is
an honorary life membi
tion
she has
tantl) active m the I
Synagogue Jewish Home for the
Aged rladassab and many olh<
inns She is a life men
of the Temple
hood. Temple 1-rael Sisterhood and
the Jewish Convalescent Homi of
South Florida
In 1957, she was presented
Woman i>f Valor pin b> Dr Irving
Lehrman on behalf of her service
lot nited Synagogue Dun: W
War II Mrs Newman was cited t>\
the Red Cross for organizing and
circles ir Miami
Beach
Newman ha- three son*
at) imej in Miami
Beach Arnold, an internationally-
i photographer, who main
tan-.- his studio in New York,
Edward, owner of Newman Funeral
in Miami Beach
Grover President BB Unit Again
Robert 1. (.rover Miami Reach
attorney, wa- installed as presi-
dent of the liatikvah Lodge of
B'nal B'rith for a second term la.-t
week at the Deauville Hotel
Inder the leadership of Grover.
a partner in the law firm of do
ver and Ciment. the Hatikvah
Lodge "adopted" both the tubercu-
losis and advanced mental wards
of the Veterans Hospital as special
projects
The lodge also aided in the in-
patient departments of the South
Florida Hospital helped
for the Salvation Army
worked with the American Re<
in additioi I i i o
with numerous B'nai B'rith. Jea
ish and Israeli causes
M lyor chuck Hall served as hv
stalling officer
Miamian Elected President
\; It Margulis president of Al-
len i hemical Co Miami, was .
ed president of the International
Sai tarj Supplt Association at th-
44th annual educational confer
.md mi m hand is? .-\! ibition re
. held at the Shei aton Boston
H ston Ma -
durir 66 ISS \ m h
MRS. FREDA NtVfMAH
3 UM Students
Join Sorority
Three local University
students were recent!) ii
to the Beta Theta Chapti
pni social :
Sanda Rlumenthal. t
serves the sorority a> Pe
man She is th(- daughte
and Mi- Ren Blumentl
Nf 197th Ter No Miam
I'aulette Mark- fresl
Sphlm editor of the Tor I
sister to Tau Kappa Epsi
entity, and member oi
Democrat-
She i- the daughter ol M
Mr- Herman Marks 5201
PI
Sue Ellen Wohlgemuth.
-erv< .,- sorority phi1
chairman Sh" i- also il'i
ol Miami hostess and a mi
PEM Club for physical ed
'T-
IS the dau
ami Mrs w Wohlgei
Needle l n v imi B<
Starting at 10 am., the amuse-
ment show will be complete with
food games, rides and prises
CAMP CHIPINAW
*) prhott lake 100 Mil*! SJ.IX
2nd yr Same owner-director Sep
aro-tif Camp* All athletics igoif).
water sports laknngi and cultural ac-
tivities. Own stables bridle pathi
e*tra). Res MOs RNa Mature
Staff 8 *ki I79"* Dietary Laws
DAVID K. HECHT, 277 Br.odwoy
0TC 7, NY 212 CO 7*353
Off 0C4X4
"Home of the American Red Cross Aquatic School'
For Boys & Girls (5 16)
COMPLETECA VPPROGR.-l W RIDING,
SK1ISG. FRIDAY SABBATH SERVICES,
READ1SG AND MATH CLINICS
OWNED AND DIRECTED BYi
Tbmkrt R. Stnbl, MJ>.
Frjnkit & Hoi Milltr
Major IsorurJ IT'oilman
RoktrtH.XCoJlmjH
WHITE 14S1 N Btvshtrt Or, Miami, ir
PNONC: Fl 1-7151. Fl MC41
13th SEASON
IN THE POLLEN-FREE HEART OF THE
OCALA NATIONAL FOREST
ON SPR1SG FED, 3 MILE LAKE SELLERS


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Women's League
Plans Conference
Here May 8 to 11
Florm. Branch of the National
Women'- League. United Syna-
Unerica. will hold a
spring conference at Port-O-Call
island Inn. Tierra Verde, Pla.,
from Ma 8 to 11
Conference consultant and guest
speaker Kill l.e Mrs Sol Henkind,
n-w national president
Brunc- installation will take
place Mi 0 Mrs Arthur J. Brown
i- Flork'. Branch pro iident
Mrs '' rraj k iye is conferenc
chairman, and Mr- Irving Fur-
man i- dee chairman <>t work
shops.
Man\ ,k-ho|>- ire being plan
ned for :> Maj 8 to ii conference
in whici delegate- from the 2!l
affiliated Sisterhoods ol the Flor-
ida Branch will participate
Mrs. Pepper, Mrs. Levey
Fridaj was the date <, the
Installation Luncheon, toi Florida
i hapter of the Women's Division
"i the National Parkinson Foun-
dation, which marked the launch
in j of the drive to purchase a $io.-
electroencephalograph for the
Institute In December. th< Florida
Women's Division prese.it. >d the
inson Institute with n 1966
station wagon.
Bcgii nin : Saturday noon, in the
Napoleon Room of the 1. iiiville
Hotel new ifficers were installed
by Mrs. Claude Pepper New
members who joined the Parkinson
Foundation group at the Luncheon
were guests of the Foundation.
Tickets were obtainable through
Mrs .1 H. Weitzner.
Featured speaker for the after-
noon was Mrs. Jeanne Levey, na-
tional chairman and founder of
the National Parkinson Foundation
and Institute Entertainment
highlighted a skit written by In
coming president, Mrs Murray
Smith, entitled A Da> In The
Life ot a Wife, and Sylvia Sun.
ny" Ross, dramatic soprano
Mrs Murray Frey, 1966-67
president, presented the gavel
of office to newly elected presid
Mrs Murray Smith
Other officers in-tailed w< re
vice presidentes, Mrs Joseph Scl
artz. Miss Sylvia "Sunny" Ross,
Mrs. Carrie Zinner and Mrs Ira
Robins; treasurer, Mrs I H.
Weitzner; financial secretary, Miss
Paula Harris; recording secretary,
Mrs. Marty Kinal; corresponding
secretary, Mrs Jeannette Coo]
membership chairman. Mrs. Ai.na
Cohen, a past president ol "he
Florida Women- Divi irkin-
son Foundation, and chairman ')f
:h" installation lunchi
Locolites Attend
ORT Institute
Mi- ..'old Schneider, pre-;
dent, s- theastem Florida Region
of Won "- American ORT, will
head ;. delegation ot national
board members and special repre
aentath < it th:- an a al a meel
ing of Southern Institute ol
Womei %n i l >RT winch
will tak place al th< Hilton Inn,
Atlanta. ... from May .'! to S
Othei al nati n i board mem-
bers wti 'li atten I are Mrs Wil-
liam Flthman, Mrs I lorence Kui
perman Mrs Gi i Lin len and
Mrs Phi in Stark Local Region
representatives are Mr- Richard
Greenbai Mrs Lo. Jacobson,
Mrs F Kahn. Mrs Edward
Light. Mi- Leonard Pechenik and
Mr- Tl n dore Zalles
Mrs. Harrj Rosenblatt nati
vice pn d nt, an Ian
live ot ii national executive com
nilttee .'it Ins)
"The lr rtitute w to e her
leader- the Son- hcri .1 fo
cussinf i ttenti n on I he funda
mental incept of the ORT pro-
cram in today's m irtd. its hiator
ical development and its relation
ship in world Jewish common
ty a- a ovemenl for reconstruc
tion ol iprooted impoverished
youth al adults through ORT's
life-building program ol education
and voci nal training
MRS. SOL HfNKIND
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HENDERSONVILLE, NX.
or advmh.v\p in foM a*d kftppwA
FULL ATHLETIC AND CULTURAL PROGRAM FOR BOYS AND GIRLS, AGES 5 17
i^rffitlfW/
Separate Ieen-Age Program
SABBATH SERVICES
8 WEEKS Jon. 23 August 18
4 WEEKS June 23 July 20
4 WEEKS July 20 August 18
Thm Meltsert and the Mirhehons hair been the sole
owners and director* of Pineicoud for twelve iiiccctsful years.
Mr. and Mr. Eli Meltier, JE 1-6776, JE 8-8696
Dr. and Mr. Donald D. Michelson, MO 7-1808, MO 7-9784
. _4ay/br illuiiriil.il hnokln nifc fall informniiun:
1 1 HP l'lXEWOOD, 535 VEST 30th STREET, MIAMI BEACH
1 'I
Single Donee tot Charity
The I : B rid S x lal Singles
dance ( I Saturd hi at the
Sat S l 'til w ill mi lode a live
bat nigl ib -how Pro
(eeds be rli< m mI among the
,u- ". proie< i-
Business Office:
2391 N.W. 119th St., Mia
685-2405
OWNERS:
RICHARD FIRST
IRA STEINMETZ
CO-DIRECTORS:
DOROTHY FIRST
PONNA STEINMETZ
/,'RS. ARTHUR BROWN
Gala Affair For
ORT Chapter
The Atlantic Shores Chapter.
Southeastern Florida Region of
Women's American ORT. i> spon
soring a gala dinner, show and
dance in the Pompeii Room of the
Eden Roe Hotel. Saturday eve
ning Ma) 6 at 7 p.m.
A new review, "Tokyo Hotidaj
will be presented, and procet
will be used for ORT's Vocatioi
Schools in Israel, w her-' more
20,000 OR i students are enrolle 1
Reservations are being taken b>
Mrs. Martm Lodge 8801 East
**A Camp With A Learning Experience'1 HEBREW ACADEMY SUMMER DAY CAMP 2400 PINE TREE DRIVE, Ml AMI BEACH JUNE 19 THRU AUGUST 11 BOYS AND GIRLS AGES 4 THRU 13 AIR CONDITIONED BUILDING HOT LUNCHES FREE BUS TRANSPORTATION PROFESSIONALLY DIRECTED
SCIENCE lob experiments SceiKe Projects Noture Study ATHLETICS Swimminq Instruction & Awords Complete Sports Program
Entire camp program under persa nal gui lance ot Rabbi Aleiander S. Grass
ARTS & CRAFTS Air Condit'onfd Aft Ro i Weekly field trips, c il Alfbctivit'es under the supervision o> ownexper.fnced ond -ve'i tromed specialists DRAMATICS Skits Vo'ce Projection Dgnci'io, Singing
CALL 532-6421 I OR INFORMATION
CAMP DIRECTOR
Ire SteinintM Preltisieeelli anew* end ecdeimtd let his eHte*aVt
h'Lrv aod eipenence in camp cct ond ifcld (tu"*cl>ft
camps, inc
1,000 ACRES IN THE HEART OF THE BLUE RIDGE MOUNTAINS
FOR BOYS AND GIRLS 6-16
FEATURING A COMPLETE NEW SPORTS PROGRAM
(Choice of major or minor participation for all activities)
ATHLETIC DIRECTOR
Lmmi bmtM Heed letkeibail Cewh el Coral 0 ihl I High U**
1 Hm Alt Am.r.c *h *ha caetamrd the |tetmt4t| o s> Ih Car line 'a
Soiliflklll A"' cb.imM m 1 CLINK ANC PROGRAM H l.,..l0l CMCl *K,,.tl RMM .r.fr.m l.f F'o 3IRKT0R Do.. Iv>... C, "4. Ana, !> ll* Mil 1 Holm

FEATURING COMPLETE INDOOR-OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES AND FACILITIES
HUGE NEW OPEN-AIR GYM FIELDHOUSE-RECREATIONAL PORCH (Which may be enclosed for inclement weather)
2 COMPLETE ATHLETIC FIELDS EXCELLENT TENNIS COURTS
2 LARGE LAKES SEPARATE PROTECTED SWIMMING AND DOATING AREAS (Supervised by Red Cross Water Safety Instructors)
Basketball
Volleyball
Wrestling
Tumbling
Handball
Tennis
Baton
Modern Dance
Cheerleading
Dramatics
Baseball
Overnight hikes
Softball
Archer/
Soccer
Track A Field
Golf
Supper Cookouts
Water Skiing
Sailing
Canoeing
Swimming
Diving
Fishing
Water Ballet
Hiking
Field Trips
Horseback Riding
Rifelry
Arts A Crafts
EXPERT INSTRUCTION BY PROFESSIONALS FOR ALL LISTED ACTIVITIES
For complete information write Sky Lake Camps, 2398 N.W. 119th St.,
Miami, Fla. 33167 or call 685-2405_________________________
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'Jewish FleridFi*>r
Friday, April 28. 1967
Candidates Set for Contest
May 16 to Pick New Leaders
Fwteei cbi Ikfstes are running fur nine in the Citj of Miami
ch (lions w t hx M aj 16.
l'i ei contest will include the mayor's office and cit) conn-
its in Group 4.TJ and 6
the can e< kin jj ele< tion
Jay Drmer
Dignity is the woi t ill
mj camp:
ii dec Dermer this
l feel that the image Mi
Heeeh politics is ;>! an all
'I to the 11 ople ol
city ."ind the people oi Dade
rhe decorum of our council
- uit rather than
k l \<>u that every*"* -hould
i but 1 promise you that
: will rap heavily when the
nit) "i one person to an-
ated
The candidate tor Mayor said
"You may expect that m\ cam-
: will echo the 'Spirit of 87
[j campaign will promise a vital
i fresh approach to Miami
h politics l ill ask young
'hi to ion: m providing a no*
ther than ;i stale outlook
Norman Cimenf
S mai Clmenl said \\ cdm
that l have made the decision to
the raci for S
i ii' i ouncil out ol mj
thai the lime has i
to put an end M n
re desire to
verve the citii ns ol our citj
Foi too long we hav e I
nessed dissension caused bj pet
sonal animosit) and pert) politics
gc the iu age ol our pit) from
one oi ;i thriving metropolitan and
1 area into a hoi bed ol dis
content and strife
The potential oi Miami Beadl
i- beyond limit if we properly
utilize ihe talents of the mam fine
and outstanding senior citizens
who have made Miami Beach their
home Oui young people can and
should be utilised in the areas ol
their < ompetency
Leonard Wir>it*in
Constable Leonard 0 Weinstein
ndidate for the Miami
ich City Council m Group ti
In announcing his cai d
i mpha lied "Thei
need than ev<
structive leadership in th<
govei nmenl The pro! k ms I
oui i it) must be reso
for all ith .in unselfish intelli
approach
i ifter men ol nti I de
would make out I
pub!
: offici bet .ii.-. ol
the low level tactics employed
ns a < andidi U
campaign
Weinstein. a native linrn Kloi
id.an. i> ;. graduate of Harvard
College and the I'niversit) of Mi
ami law School. He currentl>
^civc- ,i- president-elect of the
Miami Heach Bar Association
AND AWAAAAY WE GO ... At Camp Ocala. located in
Ocala National Forest, campers enjoy daily horseback-riding
along tree-lined nature trails. In addition. Camp Ocala fea-
tures a program of fun-time activities, which ranaes from
-w.:-.iming and water-skiinq to canoeinq and riflerv. Sab-
rxith services are a regular feature of the camp program,
and students can also enjoy an hour of daily instruction in
Bar Mitzvah preparation. Camp Ocala, which beqins its 13th
season on June 26, is also the site of the American Red Cross
Aauatic School.
Rabbi Klein on Program
Title of the talk b) Rabbi M
ice Klein before the Temple Ti(< r
eth Jacob Sisterhood meeting on
Sundaj. 10 90 I m will (>e Lesl
We I ii gel Plan- for a nothei
daughter luncheon m observance
oi Mother's Day will i*- on the
agi iid.,
Groundb-ec r.onies for the Chai
Conva^ Home, a new nnd modern
cosher d-care facility to b> erected at
13650 Nl It to right ere
Greater
rumqart
S. L.
"
Scopp, president of Chai Group oi Hadassah
Dr. Hunter B. Roqers, Dade County Public
Health Adult Health and Aqing director: and
Stari.es. Dade County Conirmssio
Opening is scheduled for Sept. 1 Focal point
cf the cei i.Unq of a "Tree
of Life," symbolizma the theme ol 'he (
' i
ect are by G<
J. Cpollei and Associates.
Milton Gaynor
At a campaign meeting attended
I > over -ini volunteers, Milton M
Gaynor, candidate for Miami
ouncil in Group hour.
announced the appointment- of
i>r Eugene Weiss and Joseph H
r .,- co-campaign chairmen
Both men have known the candi
date lor 40 > i
Dr Weiss is former president ol
Excl i Club, former pre-.
the Alumni Association ol
Miami Beach High School
resident ol the Florida and D
Podiatry A I mem
; the Miami Beat h Elks He
220 Palm Miami '.'.each
Milton Gaynor I as sincentj. in
> and h< d tin- is wh)
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the Masons, the Miami '
Elks, and .i- recentl) appo
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the Count) Commissioners He and
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Five years ego. Aaron Goldenberq. of Miami Beach, becanv
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Friday. April 28. 1967
hMltffhrirfton
Paqe 11-B
English-Jewish Newsmen to Attend
American Jewish Press Contab in Israel
\ lelegation ol American news-
apermen of the English Jewish
mMl ir;i\el in Israel the litter
iar1 "I May tor the 24th annual
nvention <>l the American Je
sh Presi Association
The group, 1-> president,
\dolph Rosenberg, ol the Southern
te in Atlant;i. will combine
ADOirH RCSlNStRG
.. ram
i hi
,.iti\ repoi
Result will be .in examination
of impoifant aspects of "Israel-
1967" emerging through a series
of articles to appear in news-
papers belonging to the Ameri-
can Jewish Press Association.
Plans for the A.IPA convei
announci d uintlj this w v i
i Amei berg, ind in
. | in i|i, [siael Governnu nl
In ann the decis
tosei l in- will
h astor for Ameri< .i i
new spa pom an opp<
ity me l

Lindsey Hopkins
Adult Courses
Da le Count) adult education
ram. which lasl year traine l
more than 65.000 adults, will
a H | immer trimester Maj
Offered during the lummer
< mi! ending Aug 11. will be
lull program in mine than 170
aieas in adull education
(lasses are taught both da) and
light .it the Lindsey Hopkins Edu-
i i 'enter and in the evenings
n adult centers located throu h
..nt the count}. The adult edues
lion program i- emphasising high
-ihool credit courses
down with lsra< II officials on tl
own ground and xamine
- "i the da) and then- de
for tiit- future
"The Jev i.h Pn us ol America
I- responsible for the week in
week n terpretation ol Israel ti
rican Jewry." Rosenbi i i i
tinued, "and it is well thai th<
editors and newspap r famill 's re-
sponsible for this pi
formed in every wa) for this
task
"Never .i week passes without
countless decisions b) Jewish
i ewspapermen m essitating i
live and selectivity of grav?
significance in the on goingness ol
the [siat I story The conventi in
will make us betti i able to pei
form th j challeni i
Moshe Kol, Minister of Eco-
nomic Development and Tour-
ism for Israel, issued the fo'lov.-
Iiyi statement by cable to Rosen
ber9: Extremely gljd learn
vojr decision ro'ding Anj'c-
Jewish Press Con'erence in Is-
rael. Consider ycui step anol
meant fostering telation<.
.>nd good will between us for
mmon cause < ui
Stronger in our region."

Men Roc owner, Morris Lans-
l.urqh. has appointed Eric D.
Meier as executive food and
leverage director r,{ the
Beach hotel. Meier wa= once
the personal chef r>l Baron
Guy de Rothschild and until
recently the manaoer of New
Yo-ks Hoininiuo Club, third
'.-st private club in the
United States.



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1 Mayor 1 KoIH

Oth tables s<
I., honor i al din
and i- include F"or<
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    Fcldman are tint, ing women
    Mho head the organization "Pei
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    R.S.V.P Part) Consultants com-
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    The) have even gone so far ;i-
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    MiUvah candtelighting ceremonies
    ami for wedding receptions and
    cake-cutting teremoate*. "letters
    .,i. frequent!) sen! to our office.
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    asking u- to reserve a future date
    tor Hi,, next wadding or Uar ftlitz
    \;,h the trio declared
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    Hebrew Academy kindergarteners present a sky. Gila Gross. Rochelle Seii. Morns Wen
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    Second arade at Beth Dcvid's C lay owitz, Tamara Soule Edmund Elmaleh. Bar!
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    Faqe 12-B
    +Jtni*tnrT*ftfrr
    Friday. April :8. 1967
    ILLtN
    WOMAN OF THE WEEK
    I]
    n sting s thai
    i i
    ac Elh n was born in \\
    Boston Onlj th,' cream of tin i |
    Mended Latin School in Bosl .1 that's inhere Ellen
    . the sis th she
    had ever} intention ol go 1
    Radcliffe or Tun-, but growii
    in wartime mad*' a diffen
    changed her ideas a bit. and she
    went to Portia Law School, instead,
    raduated with honors
    and parsed the bar along with the
    lesl ni the 11.11 vard boj -
    she went into a general law of
    fice Ibis legal background has
    been a decided asset in all of El-
    len s many activities It was at this
    J ^ ^51 ^\ r ""' Ihat '"' met her future hu<
    band Dr George Baum was then
    (apt Baum. in the Medical Corps
    of the army a transport surgeon
    stationed in Boston.
    n"bvVF,mn '" ,,lf '": 1,f" h" a ncer?
    fa wh. Sf """ WU a V0Cal "former That
    attr. When Georges Stint in the European Theater of
    SdfuXrj- '/u' Bai,rwem *Ncw v<,'k' *"
    rine ^L TfA Ptilmonar, diaeaae, and Internal medi
    cine then to Milwaukee to finish his medical traimn-
    The Baums have four children Claudia, who was born
    tJSfi? rt' 'h,'rS brn '" Miam' Th(> B"">
    wanted to move to sunny Honda They felt that Florida is
    for the young as well as the old. and thought of ,t a<
    ' IT-" M-d land. In fact, they believed they were cros
    sine the Jordan and thereby named their tint child born
    here Jordan Then came Fleur and Danielle Right off
    form the (-rai Gables League of Women Voters and was
    ; She was also active in the (oral Gables Plan
    mng Board and the Coral Gabies Civic Committee
    But Ellen ha- 1 jo >und time to be active in National
    a-Mi Women and discussion group chain
    tor American Jewish Committee in 1956, Ellen won an
    ,:' N'' "'- I Christians and
    Jews a scholarship to attend a Summer Institute in
    Hunan Relations at the L'niversit> ol Miami That started
    h*r..bac* '" Mh "ting though she was a fourth
    iniid where she received her BA in three years ma
    cum Ian.
    ird from the University of Mi
    b tor highest rank.,;, women's' grd
    10 continue when she received
    "' ,tu ; tmenl al Miami
    ''i',,',l -hi after graduation, and in 1069 sh<
    ofessor in humanities at the uni
    vei sit
    Ellei h, longs to main -.., Phi
    Kappa Phi. Delia Zeta Mu. Pi Deita i-hi Her ra| |
    - js extraordinary and her latest
    ' Mpha Lambda Delta. She
    on the :' ttei the U of M
    us comn
    mpl< Jud
    ' -' ileliki this .die ct the I
    The whole Baum :.
    Eacl
    lias ana' full
    h so she can always
    ith all of the French
    tl
    The Bai ms go to the I hear all
    thi \ .. ., ,
    ' ;' '!'' I 1963 was a high-
    r.mer will be another
    hen thinks
    a wonderful
    w ho il set ms With Elli
    he is right 01 the I-
    a Le CQUT^T FASHES
    , If Awuacu 7U Opviuy Of Jk 7uu4t
    h (m*k %Ut Zuuu. tuLmt 7 m 630-H LINCOLN ROAD MALL
    IN THE ARCADE, MIAMI BEACH
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    Marsha Dec liter
    Now Mrs. Asch
    An earl) evening ceremony on
    Sunday, v r 23 united the former
    Marsha l.< >na Deakter and Sam
    Asch Ihc Diplomat Country Club
    v 'h" nlljlp for l|
    conducted By Or Max Lipschitz,
    * **"i pii n at thelwh tnl
    lowi
    Thi '
    Ter The bride) 1 l. the
    il a: Rae Isch 701
    St.. 1 n Asch
    w Ml h
    .1.1 de si.ie. hand
    beaded empire gown with illusion
    train I h hi idal b luquel was a
    1 1 -. 1 enl of white but
    d w hite
    1 ol h mor .1- l beryl D< ..'-:
    ter. with Mrs seven Brower Hose
    Asch and Susan Shapiro se ring as
    bridesn .. ds Ira Cati was best man
    to the bridegroom, with Barry
    Packar, Irvin Deakter and Steven
    Browi r as ushers
    A graduate Of North Miami
    Senior High, the bride is now a:i
    ntarj I dUCatlOn senior at the
    rsity of Miami Her bride-
    groom Is a graduate of North Mi-
    ami Senior High and of Miami
    Dade Junior College. He is pre
    sently an accounting senior at
    CY.
    A .
    MKS. SAM ASCH
    Florida Atlantic Universit)
    (in their return from a honey
    moon in Nassau, the newl>weds
    will !i\t in \ Miami Beach
    Susan Lipman Is Engaged
    Mr. and Mrs Sidney Lipman. of and then the University of Miami
    New York City, announce the en- presently teaching in Miami and
    gagement of their daughter. Susan j,.,,cn .... lniver-.it> of Miami working to
    M.chele. to Irving Philip (.reen ward a masters degree in guidance
    berg, son of Mr and Mrs Max and counseling
    Green berg, of 716 Michigan Ave
    Susan is a senior of the Univer-
    sity of Miami, and is completing
    her bachelor degree in elementary
    education.
    Her fiance, who received his
    early education in Miami Beach
    An August wedding is planned.
    Marion Lerner
    Now Mrs. Lande
    In Gotham Rites
    Mai 1 1
    h.Ti I th Het
    \\
    ; 1 irr-*- v... >,
    Fo< !l 1
    Rabl '
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    Rochelle N 'S
    New Mrs Ijndi is 1
    the Universft) of Pe
    and Columbia I'niversit) -
    naat vice president of ; r|
    fereth Israel Sislerho
    member of a local dents
    society
    The bridi i- a .
    Syracuse I in\ 1 -;. li,. .
    Epailon Pi FraU n Itj Big
    Hawthorne s bool for B
    a member of the Mayor's
    Council in Nt M York Citj
    On their u turn from ..
    trip to the \ Irgin Islea,
    will live in Vu York it

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    Friday. April 28. 1967
    *Jenisii fhrHirtn
    Paqe 13-B
    VB$. SIDNtY SHAPIRO
    Sidney Shapiros,
    Beach Residents
    Wed April 22
    Ral IN .< r
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    i I I o Si d
    ney SI Re< and Mrs
    : o 92 Mi ri li > Vvi
    I iiple will live ;it 1370
    na I "
    Tnt b "idal part) i iiied 0
    ipii \ix> Rebei 1.1 Garmizo
    as junior
    i m ids San Ij R >seo. Miriam
    Numbers *nd Helen Waserstein,
    bridesmaids
    .iud\ Rozenewai >ter of the
    bride, \>..'~ ma'd of honor, Etea Sil
    bei'xjo:. matron of honor. Daisy
    i.win Rosen, Dower ^irl "
    Joshua Segal. Seymour Shn-ck
    mil Dav.ri Shapiro were ushers
    lack 1 Shapiro, brother of the
    ;room, was best man. and I^eslie
    Rosencwi ig, nn !>>>
    Maccabee Gavel
    Changes Hands
    Joseph h Mondrea was Installed
    ,- preskh nl ol Maccabee Lodge,
    It'nai B nth, on \;>r IK .it the
    Si ville H itel Congratulatory tele-
    >rama wen received from Con-
    mi Dante Fascell and J.
    Herbert Burke
    .indue Milton Fne Iman waa in-
    - tiUni iificer, Jacu Kirshbaum
    was master of rues, and
    Henrj Howard, Philadelphia, was
    , tesl sp* ker
    Other ''li' : stalled were
    \ ii tor Ament, Bernard Uberman,
    Jack Pcrfanutter, Sam Roaenbaum,
    vice pie-.dints. Herman Auerbai li.
    ( asun i. Louis N'athi on, finan
    cial se< :< ny; Harvey Rich
    recerdini secretary Julius R Gra
    cer corresponding secretary; Mur
    !.> Schiu lei, > hap Bin; >nd Vbc
    Bergman warden
    Immediate past president is
    Andre S Hi.iloloi.ki
    New Mrs. Kay
    Chooses Organza
    Wearing a bridal gown of or
    :anza. and carrying white orchids
    >n a bible, the former Judith Diane
    !.a;>|> exchanged marital vows with
    in* lei H Kav on Sunday, Apr
    83 Dr Irving Lehrman officiated
    it the noon nuptials held in the
    'iTta-nehieau Hotel where a re-
    eption followed.
    Daughter of Mrs Charlote Horn.
    1919 Bay Dr. and Bernard .1
    Lapp, Bronx, NY the bride la a
    raduate of Miami Beach Hiph and
    ittinded Van Buren in Bayside.
    The bridegroom, who attended
    he University ol Mi imi, ii now in
    he Marine i rps at Paris l-land.
    5 ('.. where he and his bride will
    ive li : he son i.....i I Mi -
    rvii :. Bay sid N V
    Vtl Eil 'en
    . : i !
    ifei
    Eden Rcc Nupvies.s
    Unite Greenfields
    et-

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    > Va-ot ol
    i
    I'arenl
    . Mr,
    and Mrs 4460
    .-. iuia
    On their nej
    ii. on in .;.'
    | .- ill live at i: roo N E.
    6th Ave Both attend Uni
    \ ol Miami
    Marjorie Frankel
    Plans Fail Bridal
    A fall wedding is being planned
    for Marjorie Carol Frankel and
    Michael Spritzer, whose engage-
    ment is being announced by the
    parent- of the future bride. Mr.
    and Mrs Irving Frankel 795 Lake
    \iew Dr
    The bridegroom-to-be Is the son
    of Mr and Mrs Ben Spritzer of
    New York CitJ
    V

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    MRS. iYICHAU
    Miss Greenberg,
    David Liebowitz
    To Wed In August
    Mr and Mrs. Joseph H Green-
    icrs Of 820 NK 175 St.. No. Miami
    Beach, announce the engagement
    >f th.'ir daughter, Arlene, to David
    L'ebowitz. son of Rabbi and Mrs
    Herschel Leibowitz of Greenspring
    Valley Synagogue and Center. Bal-
    timore. Maryland
    The bride to-be amended the
    Hebrew Academy and Miami
    Beach Senior High, and is cur-
    rently a sophomore at Stem Col-
    ege for Women in New York City.
    she i- the granddaughter of Mrs.
    Rachel Katz and the late Rabbi
    Mayor Katz Of Miami Beach, and
    Mrs Anna Friedman of Neu York
    The bridegroom gradu-
    ated '. Imudical Academy ol Bal-
    in:.-. '. \ eshh ;i L'nh ersity.
    .-. Y.. will hoi ii -. and is cui rently
    ,.tii ndii New York University
    .u li' i I aw He is the
    i Ral .own/ and
    late Rabbi M irdechai Rabinowitz
    ol B and Mrs Mamie
    Leib il Montreal, Canada
    MISS AP.LiNt GRitNP.RG
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    guests in the main sanctuary at
    12 i'U p.m., on the concluding I j
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    Irving Lehrman will preach,
    Cantor Zvi Adler "ill chant.
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    * Jeni*t Ikrktictr
    Friday, April 28. 196"
    J3r
    Aryeh C-eiger
    \i\rh Joseph, ion oi Mn Edyth
    iger and the late Dai ut G i
    II become Bar Mitzvah on Sal
    day. \| i 2;) at Temple Kmanu-
    \rveh. bora in Haifa. Israel, al
    -i> thi Hi'i" lemj and i-
    the Honor Roll He is interested
    sport.- :ui(l ainjrlng
    Die eelebranl will be honore
    Ktdduah following the service in
    > kin HalL
    Dr and Mrs \ R Hollei i
    '. >cl irents. v
    evi '
    Roy and Richard Bloomfield
    i. twii sons ol
    Mr- Ii\n
    their Bar Mil
    ....... servu
    i\ \; i 28 al remote Zion
    Richard plays the drums and is
    . the school band, and
    plays the guitar Botl
    -<\rnth grade pupil- at West Mi
    High
    \ Passover Riddush following
    services will he basted by Mr
    Mrs Bloomfield In hoaior ol
    i celebrants.
    Richard Wolman
    Richard son ol Mi and Mrs
    I: sel Wolman. will become Bar
    ah i'i Hi Moshe Congrega
    Saturday, V>r 29
    Richai I is .. studenl oi Beth
    she Hi S hool and atti
    \ irtl Hiami I He
    itar
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    BJBBI MAX SNAPJItO
    Rabbi Shapiro's
    60th Birthday
    Is Being Marked
    i'.. : K idl -r, Will
    in m (i lebratii thi 601
    ) nl its spii itual
    \l.i\ ti
    To in..' If Beth K"
    e-h will hold .i testimonial dinner
    R ibbi Shapiro on Ma> 7. at 6
    in m the synagogue 1101 SW
    Jth Ave Miami
    Rabbi Shapiro was among
    founders and a president of the
    Rabbinical Association of Great-
    er Miami and the Zionist Coon
    ell He was a member of the
    faculty at the University of
    Miami.
    He also sei ved on thi' ;;i i \
    Vdvisorj Board
    Rabbi Shapiro came to Miami in
    and served at spiritual l<
    of B-th Dai nl <' on for -J
    H< al present
    nent member with .. priest and
    minister m the Alan Courtne) ra
    lio -how
    lie has just completed bis filth
    i .ir ol sen ici at Beth K
    ation .
    Aryeh Griper Mark levin
    . ., dinnei S I
    evenin .
    Charles Shukart
    S a> morning sen ices pi
    \ gudath Israel Hebrew Inst
    tute will include the Bar Mil:
    oi Charles PI v and
    \ raham Shukart
    \ seventh grade student si
    M Fisher Community School
    celebrant will be honored al i tra
    ditional Passover Kiddush follow-
    ing the ceremon)
    Here for the event will be the
    Bai MHzvah's brother, Stoney, hist
    separated from the I s Arm) in
    Germany
    Mark Levin
    Mark Neil Levin will be Bar
    Mitzvah on Apr J!' al Temple Or
    Olom He is the son ol Mrs Lyn-
    ne !< ii. and Lou 1 <\in
    Mark i- in the eigth grade al
    West Mian i Junioi lli-h lif i- at
    live in science and I
    nor rifleman
    man) aw;
    \ luni heoi
    Fla. Mizrachi
    Council Meetings
    Slated For May
    Council

    Aviva Chapter
    part May S
    1 p.i e of Mrs Cl
    5M i '
    Dov Chapter u H hit -
    ;
    Hadar Chapter
    4 Mian Mi/
    Hatikvah Ch*per p ,
    i l hui sda> May
    ll..
    in- held Ma)

    ue
    iccordini to ii
    the May 11 n will take the
    SI Festival
    ii ii n 'i ol M Ihei I>aj
    and
    Kinneret Chapter will
    1
    i Jewish Centei Vlso sched
    uled I meetini Ma) 17
    and donoi lunchi on Ma)
    Miami Beach Chapter '
    ruesda). Ma) !* I W .
    12 w ashington v i
    Shalom Chapter i- plannil
    ting for j Ma) 4 1
    p.m.. al ltd
    Rabbi Jacobs
    Will Assist At
    Temple Israel
    Steven H Jacobs, who will be
    ordained at the Hebrew Union Col-
    legs in Cincinnati m June, has
    been appointed assistant rabbi it
    Temple Israel of Greater Ml
    it wa- announced b) President
    Elliott IV Blumenthnl II- will a-
    sumc the position on Au| 1
    Rabbi Jacobs will assist the
    senior rabbi, Dr. Joseph R Na-
    rot, in all departments of coi -
    gregational activity, with special
    emphasis on youth work, which
    he has done on many levels
    throe-shout the country.
    Educated in New V rk ai i
    iti Rabbi Jacobs has sen l
    ..- vi : .i l i in Dublin, In
    I an \\ \ a and Centi
    III Ho is married to the former
    Gtngci Rood "! Miami, and the
    couple have one child
    Schlesinger At
    Temple Israel
    Saturday Night
    Dr Arthur m Schlesinger, .'r.
    will be guest snooker at the Temple
    Israel Town Hall Forum on Satui
    day, K 3d p m
    The data was moved up from
    Sunday. Apr. 80, a- originally
    scheduled, accordins to Myron M
    Behrman, co-chairman of the forum
    sei ies
    At the Saturday night lecture
    scheduled for the Temple, at 137
    NE 19th St.. Schlesinger will
    discuss "The World We Want
    And How to Get It "
    In 1961 Di s, hlesii gei wen
    Kei I) In this cap.n.
    \ he traveled extensively in 1
    S mth America
    Upon Preaidenl Kennedy's assas
    he continued to serve un
    ler President Johnson. Iea\ii
    t< House in U*i4 '" write a
    book on the Kenned) Vdminlstra
    titled a i bousand Days
    i hi earned him -
    Prize
    Teichner Joins
    Dupont Plaza
    .' .1 "Skip S
    the Dupoi
    i
    inn i as
    i
    chi
    hotel t Bl t't'l t'Mll I
    Vmi
    i Miami
    past 19 ai -
    i rmei association* ini lodi
    Saxoi Miami Beach l> I ido
    and West
    h..... e Counti j Club, Miami
    Teichnei also servi food in
    ment
    . Dade Junioi
    I coi
    i \ and Miss Universe
    I .in for the past -..
    RABBI STIVtN JACOBS
    Children's Book
    Author on Beach
    Raphael Burstein i- thi
    ,i children's book in Hebrew
    which critic* have dubtx I i new
    Cinderella
    The book, entitled "Wounded
    Doll, appeared three months ago
    in Tel Avh Illustrations are in
    ht'.itit if nl color
    Burstein, who lives at 1026
    Euclid Ave., Miami Beach, has
    been writing for the past 25
    years. He is a contributor to
    such publications as "Jewish
    Day/ "Wochenblatt," "YicWishe
    Welt," and "Yiddisher Ameri-
    kaner."
    In addition Burstein has writ
    ten numerous books, plays, short
    stories and novels, including Mix
    ed Marr i "oi Soul
    I the
    res*
    Sky Lake Camps
    For Boys, Girls
    Then
    .. i w "Forward I ook
    Sob Cheney Combo
    Bob Chenej has his combo .>'
    Club Miami Springs
    Vialls. where he plays for dancing
    and entertainment He was featur
    ed on cruise ships and has appear
    ed at the K.len Rm and Fontaine
    He was also at the
    yan Beach Hotel in Freeport
    Grand Bahamas
    DeLucca Runs
    In No. Miami
    \ "ioi J Del uec.i i- .i 1
    ' cilman in 11., i i
    Miami
    IK i- resident of Dade County
    of North M
    . > IBM
    \ w teran oi World uar ll
    i to the Florida Bar
    in 1951 ,,iui is a membei <<( v>
    fames Catholic Church, Knights of
    Columbus Elks, and other i
    ami fraternal organisations
    if eii-i ted Del ucca says he
    rely support referendum
    all bond issues which won d -
    ,-,. assessments on our citii
    as well a- work to enlai ge and
    provi creation facUitie
    i
    North Miami election- are Maj
    16
    to sk\ l bo; and
    girls situi 1.000 the
    heart Blue Ridgi Moun-

    Plai
    sepal from
    i> t" 17 the (inn week
    plete ii

    |W0 |
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    ten

    i
    re housi
    with
    sion >uns4 Ioi i .

    is not i'i
    quin
    si ) i owned bj Ira Stein
    h ird I .: and is di
    M Sti 'i net/
    t Athletic clinics and
    programming are supervised by
    Bill All eim il Mian,. Dade Junior
    Colli
    Hi ii Pa) and
    Lcnnj Rosenbluth, u ai hers In
    r ibli< v hools
    1 ete information i- avail
    -i card to sk> Lake
    N'W 119th St Miami
    Mrs. Granoff
    Heads Island
    View Group
    Two Kloridians a.I In--.
    Maml View Hospital Wi
    Committee at the :
    -ali-iiion and coffee meel
    Tueedaj
    Paul Seiderman. Miami 1
    ( itj Councilman, presided o\,
    installation of charter office -
    the organisation Officers
    elected at the March mei
    New l\ elected officer-, a
    Women s ii.mmitee fOl I
    million 900 bed hospita
    Meadames Mildred Granofl
    dent: Beatrice Hlraeh
    StarUght, Thelma L'nger I
    'i Sj U i.'i Kaplan. \ u,
    dints. I llhan B fil
    sccretarj Bai bars l; id i
    retar; Bett) Suck
    responding secretarj Dia
    treasurei I- ram es l
    i ntai tan; Helen Smitl
    plain
    1 i twit iip thru iesol
    be well infoi med and
    oriented." the 50 won i
    at thf home of Dr and Mi
    Silverman, welcomed i
    Sprague as ajuest speakei
    Spragui .in mit graduati
    well known consultant in i
    care technique* and pioi
    the development field ol i
    Ironic medicine.
    The I-la nd View Ho
    Women's Committee will havi
    next meeting on Ma) 23 .'
    home uf Dr and Mi- MiltOI
    -ei. itiiHi Daj tonia Rd
    County PTA
    Honors President
    I ocal PTA |
    i ount> will d a lur
    sponsored b> the Dade I
    Council ol Pan nl \< > h
    at ions, on w edni -
    Sewannee Room ol sr Philips .
    COpal (lunch 114^ I
    \ musical kil Pi
    ii honoi U
    Rubinstein
    later thi- month nl.
    Inn I -
    New York Canter
    Stars Saturday
    At Acad. Concert
    r..-- ii
    llcbn
    sOUtl I
    as
    i ai koi v ; / mn
    New \ .'ik t
    will appear in i
    II li
    i can) i .il selecti
    Zimmel now occup i -
    formerb held b) thi
    I) famed Moshi K
    recent I) passed awa> The i
    made his recital
    fow n Hall several w< i
    New Social Club
    Chooses Leaders
    :n/ed 100 Lincoln
    Rd Men S x ...l Club installed its
    I'uiini party
    'in the Shelborne Hotel recent!)
    Headed l>> Nat Friedman, pret
    h-t include- Irving Roth-
    ipl Hi i nstein, \ Ice presi-
    Lai i> Shuman, Dr Hyman
    n i
    Jack Sedrish treasurer;
    Isid ue S irfei tei geanl at arms
    nbai "i the board are Rabbi
    uel Paseoe Jack Plu ichs,
    Arthu \ -.,m Horowlti
    CANTO* SOL VMli


    Friday. April 28. 1967
    * knisfi IThrSdfinr
    Page 15 B
    Dr. Anna Weintiaub presents Huntei College
    seal to the South Florida Chapter of Hunter
    College Alumni Association. The seal, painted
    by Mrs. M. lay Berliner, was presented to the
    chapter at the April meeting. Left to right are
    Mrs. Frances Shores, president-elect; Mrs. Ben
    Karp, president; Mrs. Morris Berman, past pres-
    ident; Dr. Weirtraub; Mrs. Berliner, program
    chairman; Ruth Foreman, guest speaker; Mrs.
    Byrdie King, past president. Mrs. Berman is
    principal of Temple Emanu-El Day School.
    Dade Chamber
    Elects Officers
    Miami Dado Chamber of Com
    mere? will install officers and di
    rrctON ;it the Chamber'- annual
    dinner meeting in June, annoum
    - New prrsidrnt is l^vsrenee B.
    Sbetfey. vice president of Southern
    Bell Telephone and Telegraph
    Company Other officers ar,. I.
    Alien Morris, vice president; Alvah
    ii Chapman, vice president; Prank
    .1 ( allahan. e c r < t a r j. and
    William K Raven, treasurer
    Elected to the board for three
    jreaf hernia were V Eugene Autrey
    William C, Baggs, Otho M Bruce,
    Samuel I. llij;yinbottom. Michael
    I. ('Neil, John K Ruuc. William
    II Walker, and Kuliarit V Wolf.son
    Continuing on the board arc
    \le\ M BaMe, Harry Hood Has
    gelt, Gnorgfl H. B-ebe. .1 A Belch
    er. Maurice Kerrc. M Lewis Hall
    .h Jay 1 Kislak. A If. Kay"
    I'ardo.
    ALso William S Ruben. William
    I) Singer. Frank Smathers Jr..
    Charles li. Topmiller. and Tho.nas
    C Waamuth
    On July 1. when the new slate
    takes over. Wynne will become the
    organization's national councillor
    and a member of the board of
    directors.
    Oil
    u a r i e t
    WEREBYEZIK
    Stanley Myers
    To Install Slates
    Of NCJW Units
    Newly elected officers of the
    Miami Section of National Council
    of Jewish Women and its se\en di
    visions, will be installed on Wed
    ncsday evening at the Miami
    Springs Villa-- Playhouse
    Stanley C Myers community
    leader, will ierv as installing of
    ficer of the slate, which will be
    headed b) Mrs Edwin Oppenheim
    who has bean elected to aerve as
    president oi section for a second
    vcai
    The dinner is scheduled to begin
    at 7 :to p in following a dutch treat
    COCktaJl hour from H.30.
    Northeast to Jet
    To Washington
    Northeast Airlines will start
    daily nonstop jet service from
    Miami International Airport to
    Washington National Airport on
    Tuesdav. Mav 2. Ed Bishop, vice
    president for the Southern Hegion.
    announced The flight leaves Mi-
    ami at 3:15 p.m. and arrives in
    Washington at 5:15 p.m.
    In addition to the afternoon
    night from Miami. W will start
    daily nonstop jet service in the
    morning at 10 a m from Pt Uut>
    crdale llollvwood Mel nation..
    Airport, to Washington National
    Airport the same day. Bishop
    added. ,.
    Northeast which Just recently
    received IU pemiannnt certificate
    from the CAM to fly the Mian.,
    New York route, wffl be the only
    airline offering daily nonstop jet
    service from Ft l.auderdale and
    Hollywood to Washingtoi
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