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Miami, Fla
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May 12, 1967

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Began in 1927?
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-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 Flor idian
Volume 40 Number 18
Syria Airs
War Talk
On Radio
LONDON (JTAl Premier
Yusaef SBayen of Syria extended
hi- throats of war against Israel
this week to Include Jordan, Saudi
Arabia and Tunisia, it was repoit-
td here from Damascus
The Syrian li.nl. r told a Ma)
Day Labor rail} in Damascus thai
while the prime objective of our
popular war of liberation is Pah -
nine, the ar must pass through
Jordan, Saudi Arabia and I*unisip
to destroy reactionarj rulers
i The speech was broadcast
b> the Syrian Governmest radio
Referring to reports that Is-
rael had been assured protection
by the United States through the
Sixth Fleet in the Mediter-
ranean, Premier Zayen declared
also that the Sixth Fleet "can-
not frighten us nor can it stop
the war of Liberation."
He said that the Unite I Si ites
had its Seventh Fleet in th Far
Easl "hut it has n >1 stopped lit
Continued on Page 10 A
Autopsy Tiff
Rouses Ire
Of Orthodox
JERUSALEM (JTAi The
conflict within Premier Levi Esh-
kol's coalition Government over
Orthodox opposition to autopsies
in Israeli hospitals was eased this
reek by a promise from the
Premier that lus Government
would submit soon to Parliament
roposals to meet Orthodox ob-
ections.
The proposals will be in the
form of amendments to Israel's
Anatomy and Pathology Law
which, in the Premier's words
tc the religious representative?,
will combine "maximum con
sideration for the sensibilities of
Orthodox families and the need
for scientific progress. Autopsies
without consulting families are
permitted under that law when
necessary to establish cause of
Continued on Page 3-A
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Miami, Florida Friday, May, 12, 1967
Two Section Price 23:
N.Y. Temple Quits
National Reform Bod
DR. f-'AMDRATH
dec' nes comment
NEW YORK (JTAl A di-
vided hoard of trustees of Temple
Emanuel. the largest Reform con
gregation in the world, voted this
week to withdraw from the Union
of American Hebrew Congrega-
tions as a protest about statements
on the American participation in
the Vietnam wai and other public
issues by Rabbi Maurice Eisen-
drath UAHC president
Alfred Bachrach, congregation
president, cited a series of public
statements bj Dr Eisendrath, who
has h- en one of the sharpest cril
of American '. ictnam p
among a group ol Reform rabbis
opposing that policj Bachrach
Israel Will Mark 19th Anniversary
V
Starling With Celebrations Monday
MARCH 1966
8 Chief ol Staff leaves on
goodwill tour of Far East
15 President arrives m
Nepal on State visit
21 President of Iceland
arrives in Israel on state visit
APRIL
26 Brig Eaer Weizmann
appointed Head of General Staff
Branch: succeeded ai command
or of Israel Air Force by Col
Mordechai Hod
MAY
l Opening of Hapoel in
tcrnational Sports Rally
3 Kx Chancellor Konrad
Adenauer arrives for visit to
Israel
11 Mr Abba Fban arrives
in Warsaw for Israeli diplomatic
conference Israel submits note
CALENDAR OF YEAR'S EVENTS AT GLANCE

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to Security Council on Jordanian
attack at Dvlr
12 Economic Agreement
between Israel and Germanj
signed
15 President proclaims
Sholem Aleichem Year at open-
ing of Sholem Aleichem House
17 Israel submits note to
Security Council on Syrian ag
gression near Almagor
26 Nicaraguan Presidenl
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arrives on state visit
27 Prime Minister Eshkbl
leaves tor African tour.
JUNE
Sixth International
Tournament ends in Tel
sai I Dr Eisendrath had assume I
the role of spokes-nan for the
Reform congrt jational m^w
ment and said such a position .
luthorized and impossible "
Rabbi Eisendrath declined t:
comment on tht withdrawal de-
cision. He said it would be a
matter for the UAHC board o*
trustees to discuss at its meeting
on May 28. However, Irvine
Fane, board chairman, said he
was "sorry" that the Temple
had resigned, and thus chosen :
"isolate and separate itself frorr
the Reform Jewish movemen-
and the mainstream of Ameri-
can Jewish life "
Bachrach cited Dr Eisendrat
action in joining Dr Martin 1. I
er King and other religious l<
ers to form a new organization l
Seek an immediate end to th?
bombing of North Vietnam "with
out conditions." He also refet
to an Eisendrath speech in \\.
ington last December declaring
that .lews were becoming par
Continued on Page 6-A
*
BEACH COUPLE WILL BE HONORED
Miami Bond Drive Set
To Launch Festivity Here
The Jewish community ol
Greater Miami will |oin in th.
worldwide celebration of Israel's
19th anniversarj at a dinm
state Sunday evening. Maj 1 1
the Fontainebleau Hotel with one
of Israel'^ foremost diplom it- as
principal speaker
The 'In'"*-'' will h-' the occasion
where Ml arid Mr- Benjamin
Meyers, will be honored "for life
long endeavors in the buildini ol
Israel The) will be the recipients
0| Israels Medallion Of Ilutior,
which will be conferred upon them
bj Gen Joseph Avidar. an out-
standing figure in the military,
economic and diplomatic affair- ol
Israel
Since the Independence Day
Dinner coincides with Mother's
Day, to mark the occasion,
every lady attending will be pre-
sented with a Rose of Sharon,
"Mother of Israel" corsage,
flown in from Israel by courtesy
of El AI Air Lines.
Gen Avidar is Israel's former
Ambassador to Ihe Soviet Union,
tine time chief of planning and
operation ol the Israel Army. Gen
Avidar has been a kej figure in
Israel's formative veals trom Ike
earlj days ol the Haganah. the
Jewish defense force at the tune
of the British mandate In the
Continued on Paqe 5-A
2
Chess
Avh
8 Israel and Venezuela
sign cultural and technical agree-
ment
17 Prime Minister returns
from three week African tour.
Presidenl Shazar leaves for
Latin-American tour
26 lleiut Movement opens
National Convention
JULY
4 Kennedy Memorial ded-
icated in Jerusalem hills
5 Israel and Inter Ameri-
can Development Bank sign
agreement on joint projects
11 Cornerstone ol Harry
Truman Peace Center laid in Je-
rusalem.
13 Three Syrian acts of
sabotage kill two and seriously
hurt anotht r two Israelis
14 Syrian saboteurs blow
up house at Klar Yuval Israeli
Aii Force strikes hack, bombing
Syrian equipment and downing a
MIG-21
25 Israel calls on I N to
pacif) Israel-Syrian border.
AUGUST
e 2 President Johnson re-
ceives President Shazar
7 President Shazar re-
turns from Latin American tour
15 Two Syrian MIGs al
Continued on Page 8-A
18- Year-Old Admits Arson
GtN.IOSIPH AVIOAK
guest speaker
WHITE PLAINS. NY- (JTAl
An 18 year-old Yonkers youth
accused ot having sel the fin al
the Yonkers Jewish Community
Tenter m December ol 1965. re
suiting in the deaths of 12 per-
sons, admitted thai he was re-
ponslble for the fire." Assistant
District Attorney Thomas racella
charged in County Court here this
week, where the youth ia on trial
The defendant, Thomas A Hup
pert, is being tried on 24 counts
of murder and one count ot ai It
Patella charged that Ruppert
made his virtual confesiion to
Zvi Almog who was, at the time
of the blaxe, director of the Jew
ish Center.
However, the youth's voluntary
defense counsel. Mrs. Eleanor
.lackson Piel. told the court Rup-
perl had been "psychologicallj
coerced" into making his state-
ment of guilt.
The prosecutor told the court
that he would prove that the fire
was "deliberately set and was in
cendiarj in origin."
He declared that, ill confessing
to Mr Almog, the youth had
stated he wanted to go to the
police and "gel everything off his
chest "
The first diplomatic re-
cep'ion tendered by West
Germany's Ambassador
in Jerusalem was held this
week and attended
hundreds cf dignitaries led
by Piemier Levi Eshkol
and Knesset Speaker Kad-
dish Luz. The reception,
given by Ambassador Rolf
Penis, was attended also
by Cab i net Ministers,
army officers end senior
aovernment officials.
Practically al! political
parties, with ;hc excep-
tion ct the leftist Mapam.
the Communists and
Aqudat Urael, were rep-
resented. Seme observers
here speculated that the
Premier's participation in-
dicated a discreet but ef-
fective turning point in
Israeli relations with West
Germany which they felt
were likely to become s'ill
closer in the near future
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Autopsy Crisis Boiling Up in Israel
Continued from Pag* 1-A
defttti f for transplants to cur*
anothor porton if thro* com-
potont doctors havo confirmed
orthor nood. Jowith Religious
Law br% autopsies except to
mv* the Mvos of others.
Details of the amendments,
which were scheduled to be pre-
sented to the Cabinet and the
Knesset in about a month, were
not disclosed. The Premier was
aided in his talks with the Ortho
dox party leaders by Justice Min-
ister Yaacov Shamro and Health
Minister Israel Barzilai
At least two Kimu's m Israel
were not satisfied by the pro-
posals one was the Agudat Israel
Despite asurance given i>\ Minis
ler Yaaeov Shapiro and Barzilai,
whose ministries arc directl) in
volved in the autopsy situation,
Agudat Israel leaders -aw! tin>
would continue their public fisht
for a complete revirion ol tne law
The other was a group of six ] foreign nationals resident in Is-
rael on the issue and told the
delegation he would tale the
matter up with United States
Ambassador Walworth Barbour.
: Orthodox rabbis and laymen, all
United States citizens residing in
| Israel. They called on the United
States Embassy in Tel Aviv where
they asked for United States Gov
eminent intervention so that
"American citizens in Israel
should receive the same protection
against autopsies they would have
in America.'* American law bars
autopsies without the concent of
families except in rare cases.
The six American Jews were ac-
companied by about 30 ycshiva
Student! some of whom carried
protesting posters They conferred
with Consul Huston Dixon,
Their spokesmen were Rabbi
Jona Horowitz, former head of
the Beer Shmuel Yeshiva in
Brooklyn, and Rabbi Hersch
Kohn, formerly of New York
City. Mr. Dixon accepted a
photograph of a petition sinned
by 1,500 Americans and other
New BB Lodge Formed in Miami
\ new B nai n nth lodge for
professional and business leaders
of the area has been formed in
Miami
Named the Pro Bus Lodge
membership roster has alrcadv
reached 50. but charter members
will be accepted through July
when the permanent charter i> re-
ceived from the B nai B rith His
trut Grand Lodge in Washington,
DC
Meetings ol the new group will
be held the third Thursdaj ol
ever) month at noon in the Viz-
cay a Kuom of the Columbus Hotel
slate serving pro tem is headed i>>
Moiey I'aytnan. president; Arthur
England, Jr. secretary-treasurer;
Ronald Albert, vice president: I.
Jerry Bloom, Harold Essig, How
an I Neu. Al Palish and Gerald
Schwartz, board of directors
The consensus of observers here
was that while public unreal con-
tinued on the problem. Mr. Esh-
kol's government did not seem to
be facing any real internal or
Parliamentary threat. Real diffi-
culties might develop, they added,
if the leftwing flank of the coali-
tion would react with hostility to
"over liberal" concessions to the
religious seement.
United States legal experts said
in Washington thai the U s. Gov-
ernment could not take legal ac-
tion to give such protection to
American citizen! living in Israel
They said Americans living
abroad are subject to local lav -
Some officials suggested however
thai through diplomatic channels,
the United state- could informally
approach the Israel Govi rnnn nl
lo i~k for in h\ [dual ex< i p. ions
for Ann i icai no had made wi it-
ten requests to *m t S Embassy
for such exemption.
Previously Premier Eshkol
had proposed that three-men
committees of doctors, includ-
ing one orthodox physician on
each committee, be named in
each hospital where patholog/
investigations were likely to be
carried out, who would super-
vise autopsies. The Premier's
initial proposal included ar ap-
peals committee with authority
to overrule local hospital bodies.
It was not indicated whether the
physician committees proposal
was part of the promised amend-
ments to the Anatomy and Path-
ology Law.
The immediate cause of 'he lat-
est governmental difficulty on
the issue was a transplant carried
out the previous weekend in Tel
Hashomer Hospital when the cor-
neas were removed from the eyes
of the late Rabbi Moshe Gottes-
man. formerly of New York, alter
he died in the hospital last week-
end. The cornea- were removed
for transplant to a patient who
had been rushed to the hospital
with rapidly deteriorating eye vi-
sion It was the second such inci
dent in the past month Previously
hospital official- had removed the
heart of the wife of a B'nai ii ak
Y shiva he.nl and later alter
.sharp protests, returned th> oi
gan to the farn h in a plastic ba*
for burial with tin body
Sisterhood Marks
Israel 19th Year
The 19th anniversary of the
State of Israel will be celebrated .it.
the regular meeting of Beth Moshe
t Sisterhood in Popiel Social Hall on
Monday evening Mrs Burton.
Streit will preside.
A film, "The City of Eilat." will
, be shown, courtesy of El Al Air-
lines, and Mrs. Sidney Schoen will
describe her visit to Eilat in the
spring of 1964. Rabbi David Rosen-
feld will give a short discourse on
Israel.
Election ot officers will be held,
and a report given on the spring
conference. May 8 to 11. of the
National Women's League of the
United Synagogue of America.
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Volume 40 Number 18
Friday. Mav 12. 1967
2 IYAR 5727
19th Anniversary
For State of Israel
The State c: Israel mil be ze.e-
brating :ts 19th azmiversa .de-
pendence en Mondcy 'he Hebrew
me lyar 5). Jews I
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A:
[l was
the

army helped Israel
The stcte barn out of the ashes
the Hitlerian holocaust found itself
c mature entity overnight as a con-
sequence cf a military led / bould
r.ct have been called upon to meet.
But it was Israel's proven strength
that has since asured ever newer .JTA
successes in far more important
i.e'.ds :r. cgricuiture and industry and educa-
tor.: in the development and establishment of
'.he only true democracy in the Middle East.
On the occasio:. of Isrcel's 19th anruver*ary,
voung republic is beset by the kind of pro-
found economic and military trials exceeding
m their gravity thoce t was forced to meet on
he battlefield beck in 1948. For the outcome
of the '48 war seemed a predetermined con-
clusion: "am brayrah" "there is no alterna-
tive" to wininq. was the warrior's cry then.
World Jewry must once again look to Israel's
problems today in the knowledge that there are
no other alternatives. What must motivate us
anew is the "am brayrah" cry of 19 years ago.
The problems must be solved, and we must
contribute to their solution.
In this spirit. The Jewish Floridian this week
dedicates several feature presentations to the
19th anniversary occasion.
Nineteen years after the War of Liberation.
Truman's 83rd Birthday
Former President Truman is often referred to
in Israel as an "immortal." Miami Monday
joined in celebrating Mr. Truman's birthday,
and the Jewish community made it a double
celebration at a Hebrew University dinner
honoring the Harry S. Truman Center for the
Advancement of Peace at the university's cam-
pus in Jerusalem.
Rarely in the course of human events do
we come upon a man whose areatne^s has
been so intimately linked with his forthriaht-
ness. who has acted quickly and directty in
accordance to the dictates of common sense.
conscience and good-will.
President Truman has been such a man.
A notable in the annals H political affairs,
his actions alway went faT beyond political
expediency, and must certainly be attributed
to the goodness oi his heart.
World Jewry will never cease blessinq his
name. Once he knew uV horrifving tarts a^out
the displaced person-; rcrmDS cfter Word War
II, Truman acted quickly, and 100.000 Jews
were freed.
A whole nation will never foraet him. Mr.
Truman did not h*itatp more than he felt
-essarv, when the United States became the
first cevntrv n the world to reccqnize the newly-
established Jewish republic of bratl
We odd our best Wtehee on the occasion of
Harry S. Truman's 83rd birthday.
HAPPY BH^mw, OflAMP!

let the mescge go out among the lands. Israel
shell prevail.
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Honor to Miami Couple
The State of Israel Bond Organization will
mark the 19th anniversary of Israel's independ-
ence at an Israel Independence Dcy dinner on
Sunday night. May 14 at the Fontainbleau
Hotel.
The function will serve to launch the bond
organization's annual drive in our community.
During the past several years. Greater Miami
has become the leadinq bond-purchasing com-
munity in per capita sales, and attending the
dinner can assure the continuation of that
record.
To be honored arr- Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin
Meyers. Both Mr Meyers and Dr Anna Brenner
Meyers are known locally and nationally lor
the leadership they have aiven this and other
Jewish welfare and humanitarian organizations
In addition to marking Israel's 19th An-
niversary, the May 14 dinner will be the com-
munity's "thank you" to a distinguished couple
in the cause of Israel and American Jewry.
Federation's New Slate
The 29th anual meetino cf the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation and 1967 Combined Jewish
Appeal will be held Sunday, May 21. at the
Fontcinebleau Hotel.
Up for nomination which is tantamount to
election, will be a new slote of officers, with
longtime Miamian Leon Kaplan succeeding
Joseph M. Lipton as president.
Kaplan is a pioneer in Jewish welfare ac-
tivity. A vice president of Federation, he is a
former vice president and Southern Section
president of the Naticnal Jewish Welfare Board.
He is also a past president of the Greater
Miami YM and WHA.
In the past, he hes headed thp Lawveis
D:vi? on anH Profpsional Men's Division of the
Combined Jewish Appeal. He is also a past
chairman of CJA's budoet committee.
With such a varied backoround of experi-
ence, it is hoped Kaplan will be able to aamei
for Federation a dedicated leadership amona
the community's s*ondc*rd-b*arers of welfare
and phi'ar.mrosic identification, as well as the
n*w and risina men and wemen dedicated to
these important enHeavors.
This will be a pivotally significant achieve
rr.ent in the nom of reassertina Federation's
imaoe as Grerrtr Miami's cental oh'lonthropic
and Jewish communal planning agency.
Arson Heightens
New Brotherhood
By CHARLOTTE HYAMS
Detroit
There was a new meaning to
the term 'brotherhood for the
H rideatl of Trenton Mich. a
week after an arsonist set fire
to the Beth Isaac Synagogue Al
though interfaith cooperation had
never been lacking in the Down
river community consisting of
-. wral neighboring cities in ad
dition to Trenton the 1
had seen a renewal of a unique
kind
one of the firsi to res< h I
.f the gutted sanetuarj **-
th.- R \-.a Compton,
Faith M
n b Even b ton l

y. -
.

tin, th*
:st< rial

also w
, inmir.al
Sp*rh*di Campaign
One "f the fir>l Uukl of '.he
Trenton minsters will be torsiSC
funds to replace the prayerbooks
that were destroyed on the
bimah of the synagogue The ar
oniSt had taken the books from
the lower level library and used
the mass kindling for the fire,
igniting them with paint r>
mover
The Rev Walter C E Sjxmar..
pastor of Trenton's First Meth
odlst Church and president of the
Huron VaBej Ministerial Associ-
ation, spearheaded the formation
Of the committee, along with an
attorney. Robert C. Mun^on The
latter, a Unitarian, was taking
hi^ 15 year-old son to school the
day after th- fire. and. as they
passed the fire-blackened build
in| the DO) asked "What are we
going to do about it?"
\s soon as Mr IfunsOfl got to
his office he began calling law-
yer friends throughout the area.
Thv response was beyond belief
Checks from manv sources have
been rolling in Fven curiosity
seekers at the site pitched in
with donation* A $2 000 reward
has been posted hy the CitJ of
Trenton: Rlinisten preached
from their pulpits Sunday, and
offers to replace the four Torah
oils, destroyed in the fire have
been received DJ congregation
members
Benefit In May
The Wyandotte Community
atre will hold a benefit for
the congregation in May The
B'nai B'rtth Men's Council of
Metropolitan Detroit will channel
contributions from the Jewish
community into the ministers'-
laymen's fund and has also
:ihish th- \U-xh
Isaac Library with donations of
Judaica from Detroit area tod
Irvin Scl.....Iks pn aideat of
B!h Isaac congregation.
i h expressioni ..f
U -how the true feeling
of the community Out of
sorrow has come brotherl) k
The fin
bj an over
the llui.
Brinkle) \(.ari y
u of Downl osjae,
otticiated at the tervicea held in
the lower level locial hall h. th
its own (ptr
ltual leader.
Leaders of tri congr- .
wanted it understood that
an incident was the act -
ranged mind, that it wa
way characteristic of th gi
lenoi of the community i i
Mullias. a mem Or-r of the coi
gation. said I was bor:.
have been brought up ir.
town and there ha> Besei
anti Semitic
Sick Mind
An editorial in the I" |

- mind it'1- a -irV-. i
b
kind of r.-t,

-

e
'
from Trenton
I
-tail
tor examinatioi
> lues
Po I there eras n
nection between the ..r- 4
later swastika painting r
at the Adler Memorial
ray" sign not far from <
gation Shaarej /.edek m s
lie Id Babbi Morns Adlc:
onalued with the nan
the highway last year He h.i
ader of Shaarey .
rt bis death at the hai
lerk young congregant
Such acts, although bw
should not b- disregarde^l i
act of a ick person, the V
gan Civil Rights Cotnmisi
clared in a statement after r
fire.
Civil Righti Commission
The Commission and t!
troit Braneh of the Nationa.
ciation for the Advancei
"red People \oice '.ation over tht mcide: '
led laaiatanec in appn
ing thos*' responsible
I his outrageous act
struction of a holy place -
be > xplained away as a
act of a sick person, the
mission .said in a form
merit Though the cu |
be ill and the act senseless
indiwhiahi are eneoun
the anti Semitism and ra
our (OCiet) Only a thin Ill
aratea the gentle people of
dice from the violent hi
Robert Tinsdale. execul
retary of the Detroit NAA
clared 'The burning
Isaac Synagogue, a sacred '
of worship, weighs bsavilj
hearts This most dastardl)
of eo ward ice and hell wl
be tolerated in Trenton in)
than the inhumane taking
ri< |TO'a life m Natchez Mi-
of this community. Negro
white Jew and Gent I if
sit idl> by and permit this
Other incidents of antiSemi:.
in our coi: n
without commending 0U1
nd our comnumit] ai
of ev- r> vestige anl i
of this sJcki
Neighborly gelations
I'- n Rose member
Otl of Way ne S
an outstanding
Michlgaa Deasoeratie P
a eharter member <><
on Svnagogue.
the \ :ew that, no matter
for and how tr
occurrence, it pomts to t
neighborly relations.


Friday. May 12. 1967
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Bonds to Open Celebration
songs by the celebrated Israeli States as one of the great tinging
singer. T.shura. who has been hail- and dramatic talents of modern
ed in Kurone and in the United Nrael.
Continued tiom Paqe 1-A
Held of diplomacy. Gen. Avidar
has also served as Ambassador to
Argentina and as a member of Is-
raels delegation to the United Na-
tions General Assembly
In his present post, he serves 19
director of the Israel Government
corporations Authority.
Theme of this Israel Independ-
ence Day celebration is "Ami Yis
reel Cbei" "The People of Is-
rael Live," it was noted by Rabbi
Leon Kronish, chairman of the
Greater Miami Israel Bond Or-
ganization, which sponsors the an-
nual black-tie dinner
1U pointed out that. "It la a
time when Israel's neighbors once
again seek to threaten her safety,
the people of Israel the world over
will share in Israel's day of cele-
bration and demonstrate their
abiding faith in her surviv.il "
Tp mark the occasion, the emin-
ent Jacques Llpchitz, one of the
greatest sculptures of the 20th
century, has designed the Spon-
son Pin of 1967 centered on the
Hebrew initials of "Am Yisrael
Chai." The pin will be presented
to the Honorees of Israel of 1967.
Mr. and Mrs Meyers have
been in the vanguard of leader-
ship for humanitarian and phil-
anthropic institutions in the
community and have been in the
forefront of service on behalf of
Israel, both before and since the
establishment of the state. They
will be th* first couple to be se-
lected for the Israel Medallion
of Honor since it was conferred
upon Mr. and Mrs. Sam Blank in
1964
In addition to Rabbi Kronish,
the committee is headed bv Sam
lie] Friedland and Leonard Rosen,
honorary chairmen. Mrs Dorothy
Rosen, chairman of the Israel
Bond Women's Division, and Mr
and Mrs Carl 'Veinkle, chairmen
of the committee of hosts.
Adding to the Israeli flavor of
the evening will be a program of
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Temple Quits Xational Reform Body
Talk on Benjamin's Travels
Continued from Po 1 A
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i.embfrv 3'wM
Ipr 25
rxlra i a< madr
rd member
former N't
I that
are qii' : 11 rru
ar : tl al the
ir
He akeri that he and other fort
' w : i ,
--'re a' the rxa- 28th
meeting and I i m a
then I i-k 'o
rertsl at a cor
<-h miv be ralM on
Official Urges
Ciment Election
' andidate for
I. II B W t.
" ir-ipal J
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' He !- i
: hi
a son uht 1
' "hi- fine
- man in hi fusr hid for pub
rflee Norn :in ( inieni n..s ;i
-: ound in ci\ic affairs
i- Htrlt-versed in the problen
itj and displays the qoalitlei
Mention a" ':nportant in the make up of
I ilman for
ir-
tens Ma\e
man ( i
i li-m Hi las he

terr.
with.
Fan* noted that si* to-four
voto for "a congregation of 3,-
000 famil es' and said that the
congregation was u*in.g Rabbi
EiscrtaVarh s outspoken view*
at a preteit and scapegoat to
dissociate itself from the Re-
form Jewish movement ar.d the
enlightened views with which
this movement has ever been
identified, in the son-it of Jew-
ish phrophetic tradition."
He laid that
. Iwa> made 1.1
for himself and Ml
i i but does i
portent Baform
craw into isolation I BC :
Jewish leader says something with
which they diaagl
and H
ng, will be
of the b) I>r Abraham
Wolfi re the Spino/a~Fof\im
\(iilt Kducation which meet*
ever) Thursday morninn Id tr. 12
m the auditorium of Wash-
ington Federal 12.'<4 Washington
Are
Ner Tamid Cites
Mi.rray Shaw
At Sunday Dinner
in
\ 3 m ;. ,-
N I i me ol the
of tin nation ;it
a ij on the board of
Tniateet During hit adminiatra*
the ongreantiea has grown
er MO famuiei and is in the
ii . <. ir |gn
I cantata written for the oe
is,.,, by Rabbi ESugene LabcarKf,
lual leader, will the high-
lijhi of the evening
Shan will DC presented with a
plaque of tribute as "one of the
nic forces in the growth of
the Temple and for his role of
leadership, philanthropist and
cipant in the reJiglaue, cult
ural and civic life of the com
i units
Slate Installed
For 2nd Term
Installation ceremonies for the
Kinnorel (' h a p t e r. Mi/rachi
Women's Organization of America.
i .1 place Ma> 3 at Temple Zamora-
Theme for the evening wh "Tri-
lo the Women -if \'alor Mis*
FTsta Karpell, who wrote the com
instalHni of
Installed for
i I term pi esidenl Mrs
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Mi- leaapk
in Mi Is- Ran M i
treasun Mrs Ellzi
Mi S> K La
M Marion Jacobson
innah Fite im a con espond
Harold ZeJko
Wli/
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Mason, Member of the Scottish Rite and member of the Shrine
Unanimously elected Chairman of the Board of Trustees, Miami Beach
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Friday. May 12. 1967
Mni*tfkri Page 7-A
Austria Coddles Ex-Nazis
Newest chapter of Mizrachi Women. Hadai. is planning a
luncheon, card and swim party at the home of Mrs. Daniel
Zalis. of Bay Harbor, on May 11. Hadar hats, hand-smocked,
used for golf or the beach, were to be rva sale at the luncheon.
The hats were made by Mrs. Molly Zalis and sponsored by
Charles Kramer, of the Shelboine Hotel. Funds raised by sale
of the hats will be used lor education of children in Israel
Pictured here are Mis Sidney Simon. Mrs. Hv Katz. Mrs.
Churles Simon and Mrs. Zalis. all board members.
Forte Towers Discussion Club
F*oru towers Booh and Discus reading of the hilarious N<>.i
sion Club will meet at l p.ra Ma> |>ollt Have t> be Jewish phono
" in the Card Boon of Fort, h |b
I Ml- N.lllll
Departing from its usual book Coal ol members will be dii
ew.s the club will present a ed i>> Mrs Rae Barkowiti
NEW YORK tJTA) The
American Jewish C ongrei I
lad the Austrian Government
this week with seeking to increase
the retirement income of former
Natis while claiming It lacked
funds to improve pension bene-
fits for Jewish victims of Nazi per-
secution
Dr Joachim Print, chairman of
the OOra mission on international
affairs of the Congress, made pub-
lic I letter to AiistI Kin Ambassa
dor Lemberger, accusing Vienna
of having 'chosen to aid tlio.se
win. collaborated in the crime ><
the Nazis at the expense oi those
who suffered at the hands ol the
Nazis."
Dr. Prim said the Austrian
proposal for enlarged aid to tx-
Nans was contained in a bill
which is to be submitted to the
Austrian Parliament by Chan-
cellor Joseph Klaus.
"The proposed legislation, de-
scribed as ., measure to grant ad-
ditional payments to Icderal r>vil
servants will have the offeel ol
greatl) aspanding retirem nl
heaefits for persons who were
denied reinstatements into the
Austrian civil servic
ibeir Nazi affiliations Dr Print
i said
These [Oi no l civil : inl
and their heirs will be awarded
aubstantial increases in bene
At the same time, we ar* ti I
the Austrian Go\ i i nmenl
benefits and pensions cannot beiVatism because ol the ui
increased for Jewish victims oi I ibihtv ol funds."
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nee. Phc | t ol
Israel \\ ill Mark 19th Anniversary
With Celebrations Monday
ISlarling
Continued froti Paqe 1-A
tacking Israeli patrol boa) shot
16 haqi inistian pilot
in Israel I
t) Counci '!
.sent--. Syriai ion
30 \. a Knesset b
dpi 11
SEPTEMBER
6 Jewish I ipts
Inatfached Find
Companionship
"Companionship Unlimited.' .>
| d red iele I
high eaUber unattached per on*
nho fur In
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OCTOBER
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23 ii ii plains
in Secui i'> i I re
act
27 'hi
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NOVEMBER
6

22 Mr Zeet Share! takes
offii i .i- Minister of Commerce
and Industrj
29Israeli pilot shoota down
Iwo Egyptian MIG I9l
DECEMBER
Militar) Government in
abolished
10 Shmuel ViiM-f Agnon
Nobel Prize (in Liters
lure
19 Israel wins Basketball
lp -it Fifth Asian
sl Bangkok
30 Israel complains to Se
1 incil about Syrian
JANUARY. 1967
9 iiban drain Odd Hulls
ntion lo gravity of Syrian at
lion
17 Prime Minister Eahkol
i iousness of l>ordcr
2S I Syrian Mixed
\in iision meets on
General In
Imii In
MAC meeting Syrian dele
gate again refuses to stick I"
agreed agenda
9 Britain snd Israel waive
Reed for tourisl \ Isas
21 Foreig n Minislei
leaves for lour "I seven count
in Far Beat
MARCH
6 Israel submits note lo
I'.N Security Council on 8 r<
ceni acts "i Syrian aggression
9 Guenter Grass an ives
on visit lo Israel
M Jean Paul Sartre and
Simonc ilf Beauvoir arrive in
Israel
28 The Foreign Minister
Abba Eban returned from loui
of seven Far East counlri -
Third International Book Fan
opens in Jerusalem
30 Andre Schwsn Bat I
awarded Jerusalem Prize for the
Freedom of Man
Matty May Vote for Jewish Nominee
\ru YOKK ITA I i
in' err< ll I at holies in
'it o| the
ited ,u .i i..u i|
Poll laki
I int i h nil ol Ihe
m n piiltlx in Ihe
II hi
ion
In li
II
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:n I 't .1. iiinsl I I |n ,, enl In
: ihe
a7 percent in I Wfl
ii I ii
Tli, 'h OiiipsI ifportcd
that pen ant el rhs Jew% said
in 19')/' Miry wiM,, .is willing fo
vole (i a I'rotetljnl for Prev
i I, >' I, i .i ill' of thru own
reli |ion. In l'>66. 92 percent of
II Jewish respondents said
vole foi a Protesl-
,mi ihe responses on election 'o
fhe I i i \ ii y cams as Hie r-
of a question reading
Woi'i't you as soon vote *oi a
1 / lor PiesuUnl of Ihe U S.
at for someone of your own re-
ligion?"
The sin \ (> in both ycai
,1,1 1863 also asked wheth
i (.'athollr I'M,', lanl and Jen
in the USA were seeking i<>
nun Ii powei In 1092 39 i" r< enl
nt iln Piotastsnts and 33 peli enl
ni the Catholics thought Ihe lews
, k ton nun li pou 11 m hile in
luiiii those percentages wei ll
I"i the Protestants and 12 for
i athohci
"Although Amerii ii not n sll\
,i Protestant country, as man)
suppose" tiie < atholic puhlii
declared, 'the Idea thai iod Pro
i' stimis make good citizens ~v.'n.
in Im' accepted, not only bv the
Protestants themselves, but by
Catholics and .lews as well. Those
who regard CathoHcfl and Jews
i. races apart from the prevailing
cultural stream are ft-enmtng
fewer." Citing the figures and the
llltM IMS compariaona, Ike ('atho-
lii Digest added
Hut prejudice dies hard, rspect-
ally where political power is con-
ernnd though we have made a
great deal nf prograai toward com-
pletc religious tolerance in fhe
l.isi M years Cuihnlics and Jews
have convinced large numbers of
Iheii neighbors that, although
Kiev m.i\ Im- ilifferent, they are
not necesaaril) any less patriotic
ol le a able ih.ni others "
since ioae
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Friday. May .
Capt. Clifford ,". Rogers commoner. the US Naval
Reerve Training Cantor, Miarr.:. il presented c piauqe testify-
oil mf itoiiom service and dedication to duty by Maur.ce
Vejunan commander Jewish War Veterans Post 330. Look-
ing on at the presentation are tail Crr.u: Hyman P. Galbut.
chief of staf: Reserve Group Corr.mcnd 6-1511 and
LCDR Marv.:. 3:eenwa.d. comrr.-r.d.r.g officer Surface D;v
.sior. 6-44 vance held Mcy 4 to honor the Nave! Reserve the Naval
Reserve T:.....n C****f and members of Post 330 who aie
:-.bers of the N'cval Reserve
Turchin Supports Mayor Roosevelt
Be id Ma }
rv.td the
Miami Beacti
M Rsberl I. Turchin
I- ifivii lualified w;
for a vcim 1
in the I :>r:rnar\. Tur
fh'- lj-t tu'i
:'-:,.
Roosi veil the city
of Miami l>a< h ha- mad" more
than Hunnt; any

1 f" I <-. I uoulH rx- in
1*1 Mayor
''

I IBS
I alroi the citizen-
ol Mian I help our city
pro>pT during th-
* > \-*i- b) lliott
evelt inawr
Monday Meet Is
Tribute to Israel
Israel Independence Daj w.
8 15
p.m
Max U Terachi
^i\.- ;, pei sonal '!-( i iptii of hi
will present Israel
hi- wile I;
Syria Widens
War Threats
Over Radio
Continued from Pag* 1 A
>f the
;t-o- :. I-.-j- l.kt to
about her mill! iperiorit;
the amv tim 'h*1
ction of th S cth Fleet hi-
added.
erven here the
. was part of <<
dissuade tkt
rnment Iron | m\-
lion for a routine nnual
Lebaaoi
En
bass; Beirut i not n
i a repij from Inaanen I
it I r .1 ihet \;
of the \.- The reqiM
months .'.
In another develop S)
nan
mi of the A
of the Hid III Etatl" ..
I
andi that ihi AFME
spied for the I
State- Central H
CJ
The AFME office in Damai-
cu* was ordered closed AFME
is among organizations v. inch re-
ceive CIA funds, it denied
espionage activities and said its
mam function was educational
including sponsorship of Arab
students AFME maintains of-
fices in Cairo. Amman, Bagh-
dad, and elsewhere in the Mid-
dle East
AI M
dizat. IA afti
snow i that n an) \rm> stndi I
\" > undnr AFMK
I in ant< l
::ti Jew I!
***************

Re-elect
ELLIOTT ROOSEVELT
YOUR
P65 | Rooseve'- campaigned to* Mayor and
d to obtain n.ore participation in Federal Funds
i Beach
IN THE LAST EIGHTEEN MONTHS, MIAMI BEACH HAS
RECEIVED OVER 13 TIMES AS MUCH IN FEDERAL
FUNDS AS IT RECEIVED IN ANY SINGLE PREVIOUS
ADMINISTRATION
li 1965. Ell'Ott Roosevelt promised to create a new
Master Plan for the future of Miami Beach that will
r^eet the needs off all people
MAYOR ROOSEVELT BROUGHT THE MIAMI BEACH
DEVELOPMENT COMMISSION INTO BEING, AND
APPOINTED TO IT LEADING CITIZENS OF THE
COMMUNITY, NOW WORKING TO MAKE MIAMI
BEACH A BALANCED COMMUNITY.
In 1965. public beaches totaled 10,430 lineal
2,212 LINEAL FEET OF PUBLIC BEACH HAVE BEEN
ADDED DURING MAYOR ROOSEVELT S ADMINISTRA-
TION A 20o INCREASE IN ONLY TWO YEARS
In 1965, Mayor Roosevelt pressed '6 improve the
South Shore area
MAYOR ROOSEVELT ENACTED AN AGREEMENT WITH
THE COUNTY TO WIDEN 5th STREET fROM McARTHUR
CAUSEWAY TO THE OCIAN AMONG MANY OTHER
ADVANCES. THE MAYOR INITIATED A PROGRAM OF
URBAN RENEWAL FOR ALL OF SOUTH SHQRE SOUTH
OF 8th STREET AND IMPROVED ALL THE RECREA
TIONAL AREAS, PROVIDING SENIOR CITI7ENS WITH
BETTER PUBLIC RESTROOMS AND FACILITIES
MAYOR
A
The Roosevelt Keeord
POSITIVE RESULTS
For Every Promise. PULL LEVER 4-A
11
Powell Earns
i
Your Support
' ,
v
Powell ptayei mate' role .1 acquiring Mt.
Sinai Hospital property from Governtnen'
Powell Has Devoted One
Quarter Century of Leadership
and Integrity to Miami Beach.
Your Vote Will Help Him
Continue Serving Our City.

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Office designs
and furnishing*
dlroct from manufacturer
Desks, C-airs,
Sofas, Credenraa,
Lamps, Everything
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tlOt SOuthw,,! 3IH Avnut
Mltmi, Florida


Friday May 12, 1967
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Page 11-A
AMERICAN ISRAELI
} RELIGIOUS STORE
All Religiov* Article*
Por Synagogue*
School* Homo*
IJI7 WAiHIKTON AVI.
tt 1-7722 S. Scftwsrfi
REPHUN'S HEBREW
BOOK STORE
Greet** Miomi i lorqest A Oldest
Supply House for Synagoeoe*,
(.brew & Sunday School*.
Whelesnlr A *foil
IStbfil GIUS AND NOVlLTin
417 Washington Ae. JE 1-9017
Miami Hebrew Book Store
ISRAELI DOMESTIC GIFTS
Mfhff Rel ** tor
Svi-jcguii School* 4 Pr.vate U*
1S8S Washington Ave.
Miomi Beach JE 8 3840

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PRINTING
and OFFSET
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recieiiiio* la lor AWf...
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Parness Press
437 S W. 17th Aeoooe, Miooii
Ft f-8135
Gavel to Blacker At BBYO Board Installation Here
D* JOSEPH NAKOT
Dr. Narot At
Rabbi's Seminar
Di seph It Narot of Temple
i it Greatei Hliml and hail
the commltter on liturgy
-ic of tlif central l onfer-
i lean Rabbi* i
a pai .it a meeting of the Com
1 tn u .M ibip of the Union
\n nan Hebrew Congregations
held II NVu York Cit> Ma\ 7 Iii '
Hi- was w hj W< l' '
! i- inal) -i~ n( tin'
ii-asoi thai explain traditional
.,- well as Reform Jewish
\w>r-v i
Robert \l Blacker was formally
Installed as chaii man ol the tx
overnors of the B'nal B'rith
Youth Organization oi Miami lasl
v eck, .if the third annual installa-
tion and meeting at the ai.
Hotel
Mark Rubin, chairman of the
22 Bnai B'rith Men's Lod
Council m tin- area, served a- in
stalling officer
Featured speaker for the affair
wa* Paul Seideman, national
ADL commissioner, and vice
president of District S, B'nai
B'rith Men.
Maurice 1. PtnegoM, vie* pro
ident ol the Florid.. State Pedera
lion of B'nai Bnth. as master
of ccremonie- William Sheade was
in charge of arrangements
OffttOTS who will serve with
Blacker in is*67*i8 include imme-
diate past president and currently
board counselor. Di Sidnej Pa
\ ilack; \ Ice presidi nts, Mrs amid
Feldman William Sheade. Mrs
Arthur Bassman, Sigmun i Zilber;
secretary, Mrs Newton Hoi
in anil treasurer Mr? Reuben
Guberman,
Serving on the <\< < utive mm
mittee are Fred Chekanow, Sam
Pascoe Mi- Harrj Pato Bernard
Langberg, So] Schreiber. Ro i
Blake, Ronald Shapo, Mr- Dpvid
Sack-. Arthur Hurwitz; Mesdumes
Arthur Hurwitz, Benny Malver.
Sheldon Palley, William Sheade:
and Reuben Guberman
A highlight of the evening
consisted of special tribute and
an expression of appreciation
from the board to the 32 chap-
ter advisors who work the year
round, without remuneration, to
service the 800 BBYO registered
members in the Miami area.
Main purpost "i the Miami
BBYl i boat i ol governoi in
tion i" the youth or
der, i- to serve as a steering bu I)
and p ilicj shipiii^i committee,
supporting an i assisting in thi
ovi : all oi.:' ctives and phili
oi the Florida Region BBYO
it- new directoi Mi- Furlong Joins
Gables Bark
Coral Gables Piral National
Mank ha- announced the appoint
ment of Leo Furlong .ir a- a vice
president
Furlong comes to the Gables
hank from Maule Industries. A
graduate of the University of Mi-
ami, Furlonu has also attended the
American Institute of Banking
He served one term in the Flor-
ida state legislature.
Shrinks Piles
Without Surgery
Stops Itch Relieves Pain
>. > ork.Vi .i -ixjyal i- !
.-
hea ing -i.
ishini; ability to sh rink hi
. stop rectal itch and to
11 vi | ;,m W ithout -in '_'i rj
In case aftei < iw, '.\ bile g<
\ ing pam. act ual i eduction
(shrinkage) took place.
Most amazing of all re
were mi thorough that sufferers
made astonishing statements
like "Pile- have ceased to lie u.
problem'"
The secret i- a new healing sub-
stance (Bio-Dyne*) discovery
of a famous research institute.
Thi substance i- now available
in -i'/i/ii.-i1 ,,,,.. ., ...
under the name /' n }\,
Miami Beach Tenants
Unite For Political
Action NOW!
Abuses of tenants will stop if tenants will vote for Herbert Magnes
for Councilman. Fe has spoken out fearlessly to expose ihe abuses
heaped on tenants poor or rich by unscrupulous landlords of
apartment house; who have had the support of certain city officiais.
Magnes is a successful businessman w!.o retired and came to live in
Miami Beach. He is a student of the Talmud, Judaism and cantorial
music. He buiit and dedicated an Ark to the memory of his father.
He is a member of B'nai B'rith. Mrs. Magnes is also active in Jewish
affairs. She is a life member of Hadassah and active in ORT. They have
two daughters and four grandchildren. Magnes is a financial con-
tributor to worthy charities and institutions of medicine and higher
learning including the Diskin Orphan Asylum, Yeshiva University and
Mi. Zion Sanctuary in Jerusalem.
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Magnes will fight for your rights. Your combined tenants' vote for
Magnes assure a powerful and honest voice for the citizens of Miami
Beach. Magnes needs your vote to help you.
Magnes Believes in
Clean Government.
He Has Signed a Pledge
That He Will Serve
With No Conflict
Of Interest.


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s
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AGUDATM AClHIM The Vartinique
Hotel. S423 Conns Ave O'thoao
AGuDAi#HR-EL Tif Ci'riAM
O'thodeJ Rjhm tiic Et-
AMAVAT SMAJ^ovs CGSSW.EG./
TION. SWb Av* Orthodoa
Cantor Morrn Bar'
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ANSH6 EMES K'T SW 19th Av>
C:nt*rvit.*rt Ifiuaull Kufh'* ll
president. Cantor Sol rabliwlll
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I'M DAVID HBIWSrlAvl Con
eervative. HjbP Sol Landau Cantor
WUHaai W L'oson

N. Ann *|
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f Mr .
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Mlncha
ETH EL. 500 SW '7th Avt Ortho
oi. Rarb' So.cr-on Sch'fl
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SETM ISRAEL 7'0 40th St. Ortho
do*. Rabbi B'i Wein
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ETH JACOB JO- Washington Av*
OrthodOM Raotv Sr*.irvhu T
Swirsky. Cantor Maurice Mi-nchri
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ETH K0DESH 1101 SW 12th *v
Modern Traditional Rabb< V a
Shapiro. Cantor Mlamifl B-n A
I .

eth mosme ro'.oe ,t o1.
11*30 W D -
Rabbi David R --- 3 CJ'-to- Sr,
mour Hmkei

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BETH SOLOMON SO I P
Conservative RabDi Aaron Feier
i
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BETH TFILAH 93s Euclid Ave Or-
CAKDLELIGHTIKG TIME
2 IYAR 6:42 p.m.
thodo Rabbi Joseph E Racvovsky
David Shapiro.
Heiluraim
Cantor Vehudah
lETH TORAM i*4th St and NE
.* c^..'vjiivt Rbfi Ma Lip
sen tz Cantor Jar oh Rfnir-
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V .
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i N* OiP'U'L 1401 NW 'tlrO SI
Conservative "as* Maroia Richter
-,--- Jack u *- -'
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CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION
OF v A V :*<- Wash nqton Ave
0->hod3 R'Sb' Dov Rorencveig.
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fT L.??3lt EMANUEL "8f
, SflOrfWI Ava Rrfo'rr. Rabp
R chart] V ,_-v I inter Jtromi
K tmant
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FT LAUDEROALE TEVPLE BETH
ISRAEL 5-7 E Oakland Pa-k Blvd
Parr. Ph.ip CHaiton Cant.-- Thej.
Mindich
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER
"?6 E Maiiadaie Beach Blvd Va
J .-. c :i 'ficiates
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HEBREW CPE" ?> Or Orthaer Haem Alesan-r- I
Gross
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HOLLYWOOD TEMRLl S'NAI 1?0'
Johnson st Conservativi Rabb'
rCabbinieal television f~^roarant
May 14 I h 10 11 I rn J< ll H rship H
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A TASTE OF HEBREW
reirnfee' by THE TABBUTH FOUNDATION FOB THI ADVANCEMENT Of
HEBBEW CULTUBE one1 the AMERICAN JEWISH PRESS ASSOCIATION
Mttori Dr. Shlema Kosnh
A LETTER TO MY BROTHER
I wrote a letter to my brother
"Peace be with you. my dear
brother,
How are you? How is the family?
How is your work?
Why don't you write''
I am waiunf for a letter from you.
With us, everything is all right.
We arc well and are working
We mvite yon to come to u
for lac Passover Holiday "
My brother received the letter.
My brother ww very pleated,
(happy).
He wrote me loo.
a nice letter in Hebrew.
He wrote as follows:
"Thank you for the invitation.
but I am -cry sorry.
I cannot come
Shalom, and har>p> Holidays."
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j:*t3^ d*r*is n_:R
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srssr; rn rs? "tr
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VOl R dictiona c..,0._ .._;(( RY FOR TODAY
we invite letter zrzt
fOH -.-x my dear brother! hpja. n*
Passover H --'t an family .T7;-.
he av pleased ihapp>) he wrote 3H3 KM why I am waiting with us .-:-: -;r
inviiktion 1 am sorry -------,------------ iTj^r.T tf^pp, if everything it all right ITBjjj -::
SRAELITE CCNTfin. J"S nW ain
St. Conservative. Rahbi Av'om L
Drann Cantor W Mam B Nussen.
m. i
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JACOB C COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. '512 Washirgton Ave
Orthodaa Radoi Tibor H. Stern
Cantor Meyer Engel
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KNESETh ISRAEL 1*'S Euclid Ave
Ortnodaw Rabbi David Leh'firio
Cantor Abraham Seit.
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V NVONAIRES SYNAGOGUE 3737
B -3 Rd. Modern trad tonil Va
W. Ttmchm. president Cantor Louis
Cohen
y- \ : r p.n >,!>
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DHEV SHALOM til Normandy Or
Orthoaos. Raobi Ph -,, w rber
man.
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SEPHARDiC Jtw Sh CENTER eA'.
Co ling Ave Rev Cantor Saai Nan
mias
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irv r lE SYNAGOGUE 18*51 NE
eth Ave Ortn^do" Rabbi Jonar
E Capi-n
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TEMPLE ADATm YESHUR'JN Con
servative :02i NE i3rd S Miam
Gardens Rd Rabbi Milton Schlmsk>
Cantor Mmr ce Neu.
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TEMPLE BETH AM 550 N Kendall
O' Sc Mumi. HetO'n-. Rabo
Herbert Buirgjrd. Cantor V c-a
Kyrr
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TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY
WOOD. IS01 S '4th A.e Reform
Raobi Samuel Ja'fe

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TEVPLE BETH RAP^-iEL 1541
jefe-son Ave Conservative C into-
Saui H Breeh.
a -
tCMPLI BETH SHOLEV o Molly
wood *?25 Vonro- Si Consa .-
Ranoi M^rron Mala.sk/ Ontjr Er
nest Ste ner

TEMPLE BETm SHO'-OV Av- LiOrra RaDbi Leon n in
- Da. d Con. -
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TEVPLfc BtTh TO'. 64-1 SW f
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A .- Col
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TEV^.EEVANLFL 1701 rVi
tjn A.e Conaervat v p pi -. -p
l -h'man Cantc .". a
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TEMPLE ISRAEL OF GREATER Ml
AMI. 137 NE 19th St Reform. Rabo
Joseph R. Narot.
I'm l -;.-..
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a
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF R'VtP
3500 SW 69th W.iy. Conservative
Rabbi Irwin Cutler.
a
TEMPLE JUDEA 5500 Granada Bivd
Reform Rabbi Morris Kipper
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TEMPLE MENORAH 620 75th St
Conservative. Rabbi Ma.er Abram
owiU Cantor Nico Feldman.

to Jerusalem |
annivi
and Mi

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Ros son ..f m -
H" i >!! : Mi ... t \i ~ .
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TEMPLE NER TAMID Mth St and
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz Can-
tor Edward Klem.
J'M'I.. ; m >. it., ;
Kelaxli
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will be
i .. Miti
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TEMPLE OR OLOM. Con.ervat
755 SW 16th St.. M .-,, Rabb.
Ralph G I i k m a n Car-tor Herman
Marchbem.
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TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTh Miami
T-n-rjora ISbO' NE
A.e Reform Rabbi Ra oh K.ngtiey
Cantor Chet Gale.
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TEVPLE IHULUM IK SW 11th Ave.
Pompano Beach Conservative. Rab-
bi Morris A. Skop Cantor Leon
Segal

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TEVPLE TIFERETH JACOB 05' E
4th Ave.. Hiileili. Consrrvative
Rabbi Maurice Kinn

TEMPLE 2AMORA 44 2mo-a A.
Conservative Rabbi Ma*n aer
-r Cantor Sen D'Ckson
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TEMPLE ZION 8000 Miller Rd Con
sarvative Rabbi Alfred Waaman
,in>l i Hi M'tl
if Mi snrl Mrs it
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ii -"ii Mr and >' I
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'IFERETH ISRAEL N Vun-
Avr Conservative Rabbi H*n*,
WermcH.
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YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER V
AMI 990 NE 17'st St Orthodo.
Rabbi Sharirvin Stajber. Cantj-
f.ncu Aloof
IViiIut Id ; "i> Miimili i
i
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YOUNG ISRAEL OF MIAMI BEAC--
154244 Washington Ave Rabbi Na-
tali Porush
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
Basic Tenets of Judaism
Are Eternal. Unchanging
abbi Sfern
By RABBI TIBOR STERN
Jacob Cohan Synagogue
Permit me to comment or
eral statements made recenth DJ
rabbis. journj;i>t- an.i active
civil rights leaden U >:
5eem to act a
spokesmen for
Judaism There
.. difference
in tl-i-ir right lo
..k for Jewi
and to speak
for J u laism
If traditions
sterile, and
civil r: '' ll
the sole virile
Judaism, suth ?
movement can
only give birth to i del
(ration To eseipe fi I
iu-t another form
trip So what if we know i
mistrj biol ~> .1 I 1
;.on !> eg thai |
: al truths 1-
tor science 10 tal
itioii itself 1
cumulation of tin
epo<
Si
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m of social
Th. inj
duties, from 'he totality of 1 :
that forma the total man divi
man againsl himself and ere
an inn.-. 1 1 that mak"-
K destnicd'
Orthodox Judaism is
it it^ obligation to l>e a put ol
ythins pa^t. present and fu
'ir- both Jewiah and non-Jeuih
friend or fin' Our o'ipostion is
unal th- debate of id<
and theorj We Bit agaii -'
menian "'t of ;
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to t>, made, il is much bi
than reason ."."tout law I
reason W may -e
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of coovenie
stimulus
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SYNOPSIS OF THE TORAH PORTION-EMOR
Festival mbols Matia Lulav, Etrog. Shofar, Book oi
Re n< nee
N ivened bread" (Lev 23 81
a memorial bias) ol horns iL>:tj!3i ". the
fruit nf 40>.
EMOH \ ,,i said unto \,M., SrK.ak unto the pni.st,
the son.s of \ | M, unto ., t^,^, khaU |]oru, defl|e
himself for the d. t bis pi icapt for hi- kin that
ir unto him. for I ei and for his father, and foi his
son. and for I for hia brother; and for hia sister
a vimin The) shall not take .. woman that is s harlot, or
profaned; neither shall the) take .1 woman put away from her
husliand' (Let 21.1-7 h priesl shall take a wife in her
virginity A widow, 01 one livorced, or a profaned woman, or
a harlot, these shall h,. net take" iLev. 21 1S-14) No priest with
a blemish might approach the altar to offer a sacrifice the
impure priest might not even approach the holy food nor eat it
No animal with a blemish might In- an offering
Th,. leaeona of the hoi) convocations are then described
The seventh da) 1- 1 sabbath ol solemn rest >. shall no manner of work In the first month, on the fourteenth
at dusk 1- the Lord's pasaaovar on the fifteenth day
of the ame month is the feast .f unleavened bread seven
days ve shall cat unleavened bread' (Lei BJ4D The Festival
of the First 1 tecun on the fiftieth daj after the
ftr-t day oi 1 in the seventh month, in the first da)
' month, shall i>. m real unto you, a memorial pro-
ms .1 holj convocation Y- shall
Howbeil on the tenth d
this seventh month is (he emenl and ft
nd ye Shall do DO manner of work in that
' '' ement, to make atom
the Lord your Go On the fifteenth d
eventh montl is th, : it tabernacli unto
the I. Let 23 24-34
Thit recounting o the Weekly Portion of the Law l<
tracted and based upon "Tha Graphic History of the Jowish
Haritaee" Pdited by P. Wollman-Tamir, $15 Poblishar it
Shen9old. and tha volume is available at 2/ William S New
York 5, NY. Presdent of th, society distributing the volume
S Joseph Sehlano..


Friday. May 12. 1967
1
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Rabbi Shapiro,
Mt. Sinai Super,
Passes Away
OIHIK D16THS SfC. I
H..h!)i Knlmcn Shaoiro. of 245:
Brickell Ave died here May 4
Former nipervitor of dietary
laws at Mt Sinai Hospital, he was
the father of Rabbi Max Shapiro,
soifittMl loader of Beth Kodesh
Congregation.
Until he retired Mvtril years
o, he had worked at Mt. Sinai
for some 20 years A pioneer
Zionist, he was active in the
movement from its inception.
In addition to his son, survivors
include lv.o othel ions, Benjamin
if New York and Martin, of Long
Island: Ihrei daughters, Mrs Yetta
ol S Vork, Mrs Faye
;,ul h, and Mrs
Manila
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MEMORIAL PARK
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JEWISH CEMFTFRY
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THRIFT SHOP
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'FURNITURI"-"APllANCt$-
C16THING"-' JIWHRY." etc.
All Items Tax Deduetib -"
CALL 696-2101
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en House In
Honor of Israel
An Open House celebrating the
Iftth anniversary of the Slate of
Israel, will b, held Sunday. 8 pro..
at the residence of Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph I Yanich, 12680 ME Miami
Ct.
Invitation is extended to all for-
mer members of Intercollegiate
Zionist Federation of America,
volunteers in Israel's War of
dependence. Floridians who have
Studied and worked in Israel, and
Israel students, to attend the In-
pendence Day celebration.
Dr. Tanner in Talks on Tots
Dr R I Tanner, children's vision
specialist, presented a talk to the
1 Vn th l';.rl ritv l-'l
mentary School on Wednesday
His lecture dealt with the child who
Is not achieving in school to his
potential, and is the eigth Dr. Tan-
ner has given recently to faculty
>..... f elementary schools.
MORTGAGE MONEY
AVAILABLE!

RABBI, CANTOR
TEACHER BAAL KOREH
Ex-Charjlain U.S. Marines
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MIAMI BEACH
Founded 1933
A VINOS f
'ERAL1
MAIN OFFICE TeweretThrift
LINCOLN ROAO MALLET WASHINGTON AVENUE S3iS$11
BRANCH OFFICES
30 jrjaj STflEET.MlAMiaEACH
2W SUNNY ISLES BOULEVARD, MIAMI
538-5511
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YOU
VOTE...
STOP! LOOK! AIMD LISTEN
to the voices of those who have joined in
the CIMENT fight for better Miami Beach
Government! Study their names carefully,
for they are citizens and groups without
FEAR ... without PREJUDICE ... without
SPECIAL INTERESTS! They are YOUR
FRIENDS, YOUR NEIGHBORS! And they
speak with a united voice in endorsing
NORMAN CIMENT for City Councilman!
Join the CIMENT crusade now and on
ELECTION DAY! Join those who want to
build a better Miami Beach...with CIMENTI
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OF MIAMI BEACH,
Pa ndent, Wall) (,
DADE COUNTY COUNCIL
OF SENIOR CITIZENS
(6 Miami Beach Clubs)
VOTERS, INC.,
resident. Harr\ Levy

J FLORIDA SENIOR CITIZENS *1f t
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President, Jerome Yesner -ic
Norman, Joan and Ivan Ciment
AMERICAN FEDERATION
OF SENIOR CITIZENS,
President, Mac Cheney
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Friday. May 11 357
Combined Appeal
Hits $1,436,929;
Still Shy of Goal
tombmcd Jewish Appeal Cam pa ten Chairman Milton Weiss
aruKMtnt-ed this week that $1,436,959 has been contributed towards
the current year's support of CJA*s beneficiary agencies.
The amount raised *o far fails short of the 1967 foal by ap
proxiraatety $240,600
We* 11 who it optimistic c once* run? the final renilt* of tha
cantpaifn, said that the timoign leadership is prepared to
Hi hir solicitation efforts until the campaign 90jI has
been attained.
" "There il really \c\ little choice in\ol\.-.! Mid the cam-
paign chairman "The goal e have set for 19t>7 is a mini.num
U pscfa ia 3 matttr rate Beed rather th..
1till that the money be raited CJA's auencics
incliiuin. our Local community aaencies will not he able
umtiMn in On ii to them
MIAMI 1163 St.
MIRACLE
SURF
Mugfuf
Unix!
SUNSET
3rd WEEK
* Fun to
watch!
Joseph Gelmis,
Newsday
JANE
FONDA
PETER
McENERY
ROGER VADIM
C01M
Si OVER
I NEW DODGES!
Othen MK t 6C Mite|
air Caai.
anawi
liat las led I
Richard Demands
Ambulances For
Miami Beach
It is absolutely essential that
Miami Beach with it- large per-
centage of resident-- aver 69
of age and with many who are here
recovering from iHnex have an
ambulance service 'hat can answer
an emergent) call within three
mutates, Herein Richard, candi
date for mayor of Miami Beach
declared here
Many of Umm residents live in
high-rise apartment* where phy-'
mcians ofiici j> not be located
due to a State Supieme Court in
terpretation which groups such
offices with commercial enterprises
for toning purposes, be explained
Richard advised City Manager
oldland last week that he had been
infoi med of a number of easel
"where emerijency calls were not
answered until 15 or 20 minutes
after they were pla
Richard said tome physicians
have told him "that it is much more
important that the ambulance ar
rive quickly for the patient and
return him quickly to the hospital
where proper equipment is avail
able to tatre a life These phvsi
nans taid Richard, "told me that
ambulance tttendents can handle
emergencies batter than a doctor "
According to Richard, the city
should maialdo the requirement lor
physicians in the ambulances and
ask Metro to require at least one
ambulance 011 call at each of t he-
three Miami Beach emergenc)
stations at all times
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ATTENTION!
Jewish Home for the Aged
THRIFT SHOP
NEEDS YOUR DONATION
NOW!
FUUNITURt."- APPLIANCES
CLOTHING'-"JtWlltY." etc.
"All Items Tax Deductible"
CALL 6962101
Cedars Holds
Crandon Party
An "Appreciation Party'' was
sponsored by the trustees Of I <
dars of Lebanon Hospital on Apr
16 .it Crandon Park
More than IJO0 guests attend
ed dining in shifts from 10 a m
10 p in.
kfrt Jackie Dale was general
rman of the annual event,
uiiK h B planned as a I hank
you picnic bj bos finals
for the employees' efficienc) ami
Some j-2-"> employees ami their
famil.t-s were guests ai (he
picniotstyle barbecue, n il
ing, entertainment and
prizes for all.
IASI 3 DAYS'
"THE BEST
COMEDY OF THE YEAR'
ALAN MARJ0RIE
YOUNG LORD
n"THE GIRL IN THE FREUDIAN SUP
MICH AND PCItFOItMNCIS Tuev, Wed.. Ttlurl Saa. I 30 p m ,
i5 10, 4 SO, 1 SO. Fr and Sat S33 p.m.. IS 5 4 15 3 J5
Mat. Red. f.a S* 2 0C p S) ts, I.S5
COCONUT GROVE PLAYHOUSE
" HI 5-2581 ........... ..
NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
and
REPORT OF NOMINATING COMMITTEE
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE BY-LAWS, THE NOMINATING COMMITTEE IS PtEASED TO
ANNOUNCE THAT THE POUOWING NOMINEES FOR OFFICERS AND GOVERNORS WILL BE
PRESENTED FOR ELECTION AT THE FORTHCOMING ANNUAL MEETING Of THE GREATER
MIAMI JEWISH FEDERATION. SUCH ANNUAL MEETING WILL BE HELD ON SUNDAY. MAY
21. 1967. AT S F\M. AT THE FONTAINEBLEAU HOTEL.
1
HONORARY PRESIDENT
IMMtO'ATE PAST PRESlOENT
PRF SIOENT
VICE PRESIDENTS
TREASURER
ASSOCIATE TREASURER
SECRETARY
ASSOCIATE SECRETARY
BLANK
A J M ARRi S
SAM J HE MAN
'OWRD I-.ANL
OFFICERS
SAMUEL N. FRIEDLAND
JOSEPH M. LIPTON
LEON KAPLAN
SIDNEY D ANSIN. DAVID P CATSMAN JUDGE 1RV1NG CVP-
DR IRVING LEHRMAN VILTON WEISS
NORTON S PALLOT
MARRY B SMITH
LEO ElSENSTEiN
VARSHALL S HARRIS
U A". -
LEONARD L ABESS
S^-EPARD BROAD
LFO A CHAIKIN
NATHAN DARSKY
-APOLD ABBOTT
RICHARD ABEL
MRS JACK A ABLIN
WILLIAM AGRANOVE
A J ALEXANDER
R WMS APTE
L JULES ARKlN
STANLEY ARKIN
s.DNEY ARONOVITZ
COL. JACOB V ARVEY
J WILLIAM BAROS. JR
JEROME BLANK
ROBERT D BLUM JR
VRS WILLIAM BRENNER
MRS RICH AF-D BRICK MA N
JOSEPH BROOKS
JACK CARNER
ALViN CASSEL
VAX V COGEN
DANIEL CRAVITT
A BUDD CUTLER
BENJAMIN CUTLER
JOSEPH OALLFTT
MRS JOSEPH DUNTOV
LEON J ELL
MRS. FRANCES ENTlNE
BEN EtSEN
WALTER S. FALK
MRS AARON FAR*
PAUL FASKE
MRS CHARLES P FEINBERG
A C. FINE
VARTlN FINE
MRS DOROTHY KRIEGER FINK
MRS. CHARLES FINKELtTEiN
JACOB C FISHMAN
DAVIO B. FLEEMAN
ABRAM FOX
SAMUEL FOX
IRVING FRANKFL
SOL FRANKEL
VAVSHiE FREOBERG
MRS LARRY FRIEDLAND
JUDGE MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
SYDNEY OANS
JOSEPH GARDNER
JOSEPH GARFIELD
JOSEPH OASSEN
ANDREW A GELLER
RICHARD GERSTEIN
DR ARTHUR GILBERT
MRS. LOUIS GLASSER
GEORGE GOLDBERG
PAST PRESIDENTS
AARON M KAN".
SIDNL s LL ^CO.
STANLE> .-.',
MAX ORC
TRUSTEES
A COLDS'
.EST JAN'S
SAML t L K IPNIS
BARON de MIRSCh
BEN MEYERS
GOVERNORS AT LARGE
LOU'S E GOLDMAN
SAM GOLDMAN
MRS BURTON B GOLDs
MRS SOL GOLDSTEIN
DR ELLIOT GORDON
JACK D GORDON
PAUL R GORDON
DR. PHILIP GOTLIEB
OR GEORGE GRAmam
ABE OREEN
NATHAN S. GUMENICK
MAURICE GUSMAN
MRS TRUDY MAMERSCHUAG
LOUIS HARRIS
LOUIS HEIMAN
MORTON HILL
ALBERT J HIRSCH
RICHARD HORW'CH
DR NORMAN S JAFFE
DONALD A KAPLAN
IRVING KAPLAN
MRS. IRVING KAPLAN
VRS JACK KATZMAN
MORRIS KAUFFMAN
LOUIS KENIN
OR DAVID KIRSH
JAY I KISLAK
MAX KOLKER
M. J KOPELOWITZ
SAMUEL KOSMAN
CAL KOVENS
AARON KRAV1TZ
MRS INEZ KRENSKY
ROBERT KRINZMAN
SIDNEY LEFCOURT
MRS JEAN C. LEHMAN
MRS IRVING LEHRMAN
J M LELCHUK
SAM C LEVENSON
SANFORO LEVKOFF
MRS SIONEY LEW'S
HERBERT LOG'N
SAM LUBY. JR
OSCAR MAMBER
MAX ME1SEL
DAVE MELIN
MRS. ANNA BRENNER MEYERS
MORRIS MINOV
HARRY MIZRACH
ALEXANDER MUSS
KENNETH M MYERS
MRS STANLEY C MYERS
E ALBERT PALLOT
DAN B RUSK IN
J ACOD S- ( R
AMLl AMD SINC- -
CARL A I N K L E
A MOUAsf .
JOSEPH M pos(
MRS SAV I
MARRV S'RI- '.
VR1 CARL WE SHU
VRS HARRY PLATOFF
LOU'S poller
JOSEPH A POST
JACOB RABINOWITZ
MORR'S RABINOWITZ
A LLlAM RAFKIND
MRS MATILDA RATNER
SIONEY RAYMOND
LEO ROBINSON
COL NATHAN B ROOD
MRS CARRIE ROSEN
LEONARD ROSEN
WILLIAM S RUBE N
IRVING RUBIN
MORTON RUSSACK
MRS HOWARD R SCHAR_
ARNOLD SEEDER
MRS HENRY SEITL'N
SAM SElTUlN
MENOELL M SEL'G
JOHN N SERBlN
MRS ROBERT SHAPIRO
FRED K. SHOCHET
SAUL SILBERMAN
MRS BENEDICT S'LVERV a.
MRS SOL SILVERMAN
MILTON SIRKiN
MRS. MILTON SIRKIN
MRS HARRY B SMITH
LOUIS F SNETMAN
GEORGE L SOGG
ABE SOLOSKO
JUDGE HAROLD B SPAET
DAVID STUZIN
MICHAEL A SUMBERG
STEWART SUNNESS
CARL SUSSKINO
EDWARD SWEROLIN
HAROLD THURMAN
BYRON J TOPOL
ROBERT H TRAUR'G
MRS. HOWARD J TRINZ
STANLEY S. WATTS
JULIAN WEINKLE
JOSEPH WEINTRAUB
WILLIAM WEINTRAUB
MAX WEITZ
IRVING WEXLER
A B WIENER
OR EARL L WIENER
OSCAR ZELTZER
MRS. OSCAR ZELTZER
HARRY ZUKERNiCK

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GOVERNORS DELEGATES FROM ORGANIZATIONS
{Subject to change pending new jppoint merits)
RABBI MAYER ABRAMOWITZ
JAMES M ALBERT
MRS FLORENCE Al BERTS
MRS. MORRIS ALRERT
RABBI SHIMON AZULAY
MILTON BALSAM
M A. BASKIN
RABBI OR H. M BAUMOARD
DR MELVIN L. BECKER
MYRON M BEHRMAN
VRS RUTH BERGER
PH'LIP BERKOWITZ
THEODORE BERMAN
FLL'OTT D. BLUMENTHAL
ALFRED BOAS
VAX BODERMAN
L'ONE L BOSEM
LOU'S BRESLER
S BRESLOW
HVMAN CHABNFR
HVRON S CHERKAS
is'DOR a crv
JOSEPH COHLN
ISAAC DO
LOUIS EASTON
LEON A EPSTE'N
SAM FF.INSTE'N
MARION FELDSTEIN
AINSLEE R FTRO'E
MRS PHILLIP FINE
JACK M FINK
LEON FISHER
MRS SAMUEL FROMMER
EFRAIM GALE
ARTHUR GEI LE R
MRS LEO GELVAN
SAMUEL GERTNER
BFN GlLLFR
MAX GLEIBERMAN
CHARLES GOLDSTEIN
MISS NETTIE GOLDSTEIN
1317 litcayne Boulevord
OR MICH AE L GOODMAN
MRS MILTON S GREEN
ABRAHAM GRUNHUT
MRS BEN HAMMERMAN
DANIEL NEAL HELLFR
MRS DANIEL NEAL HELLER
MORRIS HONiGBA
ARTHUR D HORWlTZ
MRS GEORGE ISRAI L
IRVING JACOBSON
JACK KATZMAN
MRS MAX KFRN
ALAN KFSSLER
MABBi V O R R s H "fER
ALLEN KORNBLUV
ISIDOR H KRAV
RABBI LEON KRON
RABRi SOL LANDAU
MORRiS I F VI TT
DR V A X A L'PSf
LEONARD LUR A
GEORGE MA
BERNARD S MANOLIR
MRS MOSES MEYER
L 1 L I I A N N A V V
RABBI JOSEPH NAROT
JOSFPH NEMi
MORRIS NEWMARK
SAM NlEBERG
MRS EDWIN OPPENHElM
ALBERT E OSSIP
GEORGE OSSIP
COL S'DNFY H PALMER
MA X A PARNESS
SAMLEl PASCOE
MAURICE PEARLSTEIN
tlSPKTFUHY SUBMITT10
NORTON $. PALLOT, Secretory
Greater Miami iewith Federation
JACK S POPICK
RABBI JACK RACKOVSKV
GIL RAPPAPORT
JACOB RiFKIN
MRS CHARLES ROSENBE-3:
HERSCHFL ROSFNTHAL
RALPH ROSOFSKY
STUART ROTHCHILD
MRS DONALD RUBN
MARK R RUBiN
LOUIS B RUDNlCK
IRVING SAAL
MR1 SA SA^RA
HAEL SAl MON
IRVING SCHATZMAN
IA C K s 1 ( N M A N
IRVING R SCHWARTZ
s L'NF V SCHWARTZ
LOU'S SCKWAPTZMAN
PAUL 'F'DFRVAN
< SHAPIRO
I SILVFR
L AWRF NCE S'LVE'
RR'9 SIMON
A 2 ST AI
EDWARD STCPN
RABRI TinCR M STERN
HAROLD STRLlMPF
1 ORD SI CHV AN
MRS CARL SUSSKlND
GEORGE J TALIANOFF
MRS ANNE TANNENB"
ARTHUR N TEiTELBA,
BARTON UDELL
SAMUEL WEINCR
MRS IRVING WEXLCR
HENRY E WOLFF
JOSEPH YANICH
OR WALTER P ZAND
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SOUTH FLORIDA FEDERATION RESOLUTION
National officers of the United Order of True Sisters were
honored quests at a luncheon ol Miami Chapter 43 at which
the local group donated a check foi $5,500 tc Variety ChildrerS
Hospital. Shown durinq the presentation ceremonies are Melt
to right Mrs. Seymour Brisk, grand national vice president.
Mrs. Max Ruthfield. president of Miami Chapter 43; Dr. Donald
Altman indiologv at Variety Children's Hospitci:
and Mrs, Lous Gillma n :a nf the dav. Tru
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Jennie Grossinger lo Host
Mother's Day Fete Sunday
Keforin Itabhis Urge Florida
Adopt New Abortion Measure

and philanthn pis! m host
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Auxiliary Jewish Home for the
\ ed on Sundaj .it l 4,"i p m
Mi Las renci Silverman, Aux
iliarj president, will give the me*
sage of welcome and Mrs
Silverman, honorary life president
will greet resident* and visitor-.
and report
on p'.in- for Ihe Hoi
Mrs I >uis Makovsky program
chairman will introduce Carol
D'Oi cej musical at i an 11 and
Predei ica soloist m ho will offer a
s Selections u ill also
be presented i>> Louis Makovsky,
baritone, and Lorl Sonz, dancer of
the La v i ne I lancing Studio
Refreshments will !> served
Members ol the South Florida
Federation ol Reform Rabbis have
unanimously endorsed and urged
the legislators of the State ol
Florida to pass the new abortion
law as proposed and adapt id fro.i
the model penal code of the Ameri
tan Law Institute "
The federal on an at m ol the
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In a statement issued here, the
federation urges "the amend-
ment of the current stature on
abortion to permit wider latitude
on the part of licensed physicians
to terminate pregnancies."
The statement lists these condi
as qualifications
"1 If there is substantial risk
thai continuance of the pregancy
would gravel} impair the physii il
or mental health of the mother
"2 If there Is substantial risk
that the child would In- born with
grave physical or mental defects
"3 It the pregnancy results from
rape oi incest "
Continued the statement
"We further endorse the re-
quirement that |ustifiable abort
tions shall be performed only in
a hospital licensee1 by the State
Board cf Health of Florid? and
pcrforrred by a licensed phy-
sician acting in good faith
In accordance with his best
medical judgment, and that two
other physicians, in addi'ion to
the one performing the
must certify in writ
? hat they believe the ore
tanct-s in each case are
that the abortion be justified.
W< i i that th<
the abo\ i | ion u ill i -. I
level ol lj and conti
to the san< litj ol human life V\ u
deplore the present conditi ins
under which as many as 1.000,000
abortions are performed illi
every year in the United Stati -
and under which more than I
deaths arc recorded as a result ol
these illegal operations
"We respect the religious be>
ol all Amei it ans Catho
Protestant and Jewish In thu
matter however we remind
ll Of the State ol Floi
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be mandatory Thos<. whose n
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of the Southeast ( ouncil i'
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flfCffD TO NEW TERM AS PRESIDENT
Dr. Lehrman Takes Rabbinic Helm
Or. lehrman
Rabhiniral Association of Great
|er Miami, at its general meeting
this week, elected Dr. Irving Lehr-
man. of Temple EmanuEl. as
f president f o r
j the co m i n
I year. R a h b i
Lehrman. who
has previously
served as pr<.
ident, is the
first past presi-
dent to be elect-
ed to serve in
that Offmi
again.
Other officirs
elected Inchlde
in Samuel / Jaffe, "f Temple
Beth El. Hollywood, vice ;
-lent Rabbi s. >i Landau. Beth
D.i\i(l Con :< ation secretary;
i Richard M Leviton, T m
pie Emanu El, It Laudei
treasurer; Rabbi Solomon Schiff,
ation Beth El, reelected
- r\. cutive i ice president
Outgoing officers include Dr.
Max A Lipschiti. of Beth To-..l
Congregation, president; Or.
Lehrman, vice president; Rabbi
Vorris A. Kipper, Temple Judea,
iecretary, Dr. Jaffe, treasurer.
Rabbi Lipschiti was commended
"for his outstanding service dur-
ing the past year."
Dr Lehrman ia honorary presi
lent of the Southeast region of the
Rabbinical Aasembl) of America
He is chairman of the National
Rabbinii Advisory Committee of
the United Jewiah Appeal. He i- ;i
member <>f the rabbinic board and
the board of visitors of the Jewish
Theological Seminary of America
He has served for two years as
general chairman of the Combined
Jewiah Appeal of Greater Miami.
As chairman of the Jewish Na
tional Fund Foundation, he led a
delegation on a special mission to
Israel, where he participated in
groundbreaking ceremonies for the
new citj of MeAmi being establish
ed in Galilee Upon his return he
Was appointed as first horn rarj
citizen of .Miami's sister city
Dr lchi man is now worfcini in
conjunction with the American
Jewish History Centers on i re
a .n i ii stud} oi the early histm j
of the Jewish communitj in Fl >i
ida In rec inition o| his n
Contributions to (he A .1. w
ish s,, v,- Temple E.i airi El has
established the Dr Irving Lehr-
Chair in Modern Jewish Ili-
al the Jew ish Theologii al Sc
minary of America
In addition to his many Jew-
ish activities. Dr. Lehrman has
been serving the general com-
munity, as well. He is a member
of the board of directors of the
Dade County Chapter of the
American Red Cross. He is a
member of Metro's Youth Ad-
visory Board. He is a trustee of
the United Fund. He is a past
president of the Travelers Aid
Society of Miami and a member
of the advisory board of the
Florida Memorial College.
Lobby oi Forte Towers North, 1200 West Ave., Miami Beach,
is a true example of decorator Kenneth Hull's theory that
first impressions last." The lobby qives the same atmosphere
oi warmth and welcome as its two sister-buildings at 1000
and 1100 West Ave.. Biscayne Bay. The third of Forte's
towers has recently been completed and the complex contains
1.200 apartments each, with Olympic-sized swimming pools,
patio-gardens, 1.200-tt. boardwalk with yacht basin, recrea-
tional facilities and rooms, the Eleven Hundred Restaurant,
two 500 seat auditoriums and a banquet hall.
c on a ra fiiuific-n s
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RICHARDS DEPARTMENT STORKS
He is tional Conference of Christians
and Jews" clerg) dialogue planning
committee. He is chairman of the
community relations committee
Of the Intel taith Agency for Social
Justice, and served as general
chairman of the "Institute on Re-
ligion and Social Issues" held this:
week at the University of Miami
Gaynor Points
To Experience
In Beach Race
Milton M Gat nor. candidate (or
Miami Beach Citj Council in Croup
4 has received "an overwhelm-
ii h large amount of endois
ments from prominent Beach re
sidents an.! varii l oi i anizations
in the closing week before the May
16 primary the candidate de
clared
Milton Weiss president ol Miami
Bi a< h Federal s.-u Ings and Loan
Association, and Joseph Lipton,
president of Dade Federal Savings
and Loan Association, both an
nounced their support of Gaynor
this week
In addition Weiss' mother, Mrs
Rose Weiss, is serving as Gaynor's
""men's chairman and her other-
son. Dr Eugene Weiss, serving as
mpaign chairman along with
Joseph Singi i
As a businessman. I feel that
the same fundamental approaches
used m successfully running a
business can be applied to the
ernmmtal business that comes Uv
fore the Miami H e a < h City
( ouncil Gaynor said
He emphasized Mat he is \ it
concerned in seeing "that Beach
residents gi : a fair shake in the
iount\ tax assessment in pro
portion to sim ila r prop. I
throughout the county
I feel that my ex as
I pad ol the mortgaj d partment
a lai e federal s,i\ mgs and
association well qualifies me in
this respi Gaynoi added,
^^fnniversaru ^jreetings
19 tit JjirtUay
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+Jenl*t fhrHiiir
Friday. May 12
S
Rhode Islanders Hcnor Mothers
the l '
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*',U K'k' : with lh. I
her's Day, Maj 14, al ames, and refreshments will be
~ p.m in the auditorium of tin served
MAKE SUMMER PLANS NOW
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and d'ama. theology
GRADUATE COURSES
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Telephone for schedule: 758-4411 or write:
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The Family of the late
BARBARA GOLD
wishes to thank their many friends
for their kind and thoughtful expressions
of sympathy during their recent bereavement.
IDHH AMD BOB COLD
CJMOr COLO and JUDY and STUART MUSiBAUM
Remember how good
bread used to taste?
August Bros.
still does!
AUGUST BROS. BAKERY
10777 N.W. 36th AVENUE, MIAMI, FLORIDA
Fried I and Chairs Inaugural
Of New Emanu El Facilities
Samuel Friedland, honorarj
resident "t Temple Emanu-El,
;h been named genera] chairman
ir (lie Miami Beach con [i
nns June 4 cornerstone layinu
ere in nn ir- at the site <>( the new
al hall and school building be
m constructed contiguous t< the
entral synagogue physical
ii Washington Ave at lTth SI
Friedland, chairman, of the
>ard ol Food (air Stores and one
. the nations foremost Jewish
ad< i- chairman the
nnual installation of officers ol
emple Emanu-El, which will t>"
eld during the Sundaj mori
une I celel ration
Announcement of Friedland's
acceptance was made by Max
Bo^crmon, president of Temple
Hmanu-EI, who has .->oarheaded
lie congregot'on s successful
. > to build the most
:ern social, tdjcation.il a'ld
ural facilities in the new
ing.

i .in .mil numerous otht r
thropii i i iei
Hit business leadership \ti
e tended throughout the nj.
tion at Food Fair grew into tht
fifth largest chain in the United
States, extended its shopping
center and related activities o
top positions in Florida and
other states.
FrierflonW
fiodcr mon
i- chairm the
building committi i Halpi rin is
hall and school I .
Poarlmai j
In announcing P*riedland
ceptance, Boderman nol
nu El ha : .
national reco nitioi
the long prcsidencj -if s
! w ti.>
with Dr Irving Lehrmai
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MILTON
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ENDORSES
MILTON M.
GAYNOR
FOR MIAMI BEACH
CITY COUNCIL
htZt7 A ,, GAYNOR for ,he pas, 40 years and I am proud to call
rZ7 7, "V"n '""' u""u/ btablea ****** Will be an asse, ,o ,he Cry
^ZnuTrr Tk\ u' ""I' feU0W MUm '" V'"e '"' h'"> W-v 16 If we are
men Ike Mil niv 77 !""u T '""' *"*" "' '""" !l'"k '" ****** 1"""
land Je II GAYNOR and I am piemtd lhal hf nas off,red hlJ(f7 fl
^ndtdZi^r """ "" '," T"K' '"' PILTON GA YNO* ** auaHUed
individual and a person who deserva the support of the entire communuy.
HELP MIAMI BEACH
GAIN WITH PULL LEVER
GAYNOR
ON CITY COUNCIL
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Hugh Rand] :< j eai old ton of
irney, Edward A and D
Moss, got ihe birthday treatment
i.-i-t week whei he wai feted at
luncheon with 16 ol hit peers and
then all taken to ride the ponies
Natal daj v as Apr 26, but
celebrations were held on
Thui da com| leti I in the eve
ning with .i post holiday family
dinner attended by gi n dpan i
Hannah and Philip Moss, and aunt
Dorothj Moss who had been here
; "ii New York Citj to spend the
v eh with hei pai i nts

i i avini this w< ekend for th >ir
mer home in Mountaindale
\ V are Mary and A William
1 at -kill- I. ., rail i
I fot :.it therings
th?ir
let and son plus families,
live not I away Firs'
meeting of the clan will be June
m h< i. .[i andson Ira Hils celc
brates his Mar Mitzvah The
young man is the -on of the I it
in-r Ethel Gerstman i hnh
school teacher and- Pincus Hi
mana i ol a Seed Hill 'l h
i- also a princess In thi
arid they all live in Ellensville
The Gerstman son. Alfred,
attorney, lives with his wife and
three offspring in Wo i Irid i
and the former Sylvia Gerst nan
nnd spouse, Carl Silverstein, as
sistant district attorney In Mum
ticello, have two daughters
There's no dearth of "I
in the group, the ten or
Gerstman who practiced law in
\' York and Arizona, ten
assistant district attorney in
Phoenix before retiring and
coming to Florida 12 \ ars
The couple will return to
Mian tember tint
Mary i- active in many or iniza-
i' I hill take up her duties
at thai Mine
Jus ire leaving the area
she will Ik' installed as program
veep of Hatikvah Chapter BB,
and she can always be counted
(ill for service to Morton Tov
Continued on Page 10-B
Gavel Will Jewish Floridian
Change At
Fndoy.r.: cry 12, 1967
Pant 5-B
Dora Stein Sisterhood
Plans Mitzvah Luncheon
Dora Stein Sisterhood of Israel-
ite (.enter will hold its 17th IfitZ
vah luncheon on Sunday, noon.
May 21. at th- Royal Hungarian
Restaurant
l heme for the day will be v
MuMcal Installation ol Officers i"i
>< 7 69 with Rfcbbi and Mrs
\ D n. Mrs. H
Koet aberg and Miss Fran
elected foi tv
Mrs II
my tecretary; Mrs Ruth Katzif,
membership; Mrs Estelle Lazarus,
fund raising; Mrs Al Winston.
coi responding secretary M r t.
William Schindler, treasurei Mrs
Philip Kichman is outgoing presi
lei
Center president, William Druck-
e i. i eetin
Sei ni4 on the luni I com
mitti arc Mi Da\ id ->
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Mrs Richard Horwich will be
installed as pr< -..l nl of Temple
Judea Sisterhood Wi dnesday dur-
ing a luncheon scheduled to begin
at 11:30 a m m the congregation's
new social hall
Mrs Horwich, who was co-chair
man of last year's Temple Jud a
membership campaign, succeeds
Mrs Manuel Seiklli who will 8 -
sume the duties of Sisterhood
parliamentarian
Other new officers include Mrs
Jay Beat man, ex cutive \ ice pres
idem. Mrs Albert Jacobson, vice
president, budget and finance;
Mrs I.eon Henry, vice president,
bership and retention; Mr-
Ham : Mrs Irving Hecht,
vice president, human relations
and program; Mrs Seymour Schul-
ner, vice president, education and
religious functions; Mrs Sol
Greenblatt, chaplain. Mrs Howard
Segal, recording tecretary; Mrs.
Fred Witkoff, corresponding sec-
retary; Mrs Sol Schreiber, finan-
cial secretary; Mrs Bernard Yes-
ner, treasurer; Mrs Moo Langer,
historian,
Mr-. Marvin Levin, chairman of
the nominating committee, is in
charge of reservations with Mrs
Schulner
Installing officer will be Rich-
ard Horwich. secretary of Temple
Judea and a leader of th? Greater
Miami Jewish Federation The
(oral Gables attorney is the hus-
band of the new Sisterhood pres.
dent
Entertainment will feature Rita
and Ira Schv.art/. who will offer
solos and duets with piano and SC
cordion accompaniment
nple J u d a women's
ted with the
Natii i Temple
the I nion of
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Sanka Coffee tastes as good as
or better tl
17 caffeinfrec
So, drink it, lth-
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Only ll 'i has been r<
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i '.tin and
Anoth '
C l.Kill It H KOSHI R-PAB
Rehecising tiansier of the presidential qavel for Wednesday's
annual installation of the Temple Judea Sisterhood are Mis
Richard Horwich, incoming chief executive (left), and Mrs.
Manuel (Miriam1 Serkin, outgoing president of thp Cora'.
Gables women's organization. Richard Horwich. husband ot
the new Sisterhood president, will be installing officer.
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hnrj da. and
''' urt
guests j .
go VII
Keanl H f
CONFIRMATIONS RECEPTIONS WEDDINGS
BANQUETS MEETINGS PARTIES
for up to 3 500 guests
D:c:--\ '-u :.:'. ji>t of
--.
DEAl'VILLE
ON TNI OCflN iT l-. (tlt|T MIAMI HtCN
.Charles v lies [tecut
If MI1MI lltCH /->
Paaraj UN S-IS11/.VV
at aa
There /s on/y one
Wor/d Famous
^t(cr\/Jct
ON TNI OCUN *l 4} ST MUHi hich

7>Yf /7/ie/- AND MOST EL EGANT CA TERED AFFAIRS
for groupi of /( titts r*w most no/edoejo/e
guidance and ast.iUnce from a tuff of eiperls Tne
mosf m ffe moil mimorabli!
,;
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Friday. May 12. 1967
kni*t nrrldffor
Pag.* 7-B
Installed by Judae H rbert Shapiro are the
following officers of tho Dl Mrs.
Ivy Th<: B. Re.
Swartburq, vice president; Mr;. Hairy Simone.
I resident Mrs. Andre S. Bialolenki. vice presi-
dent; Mi Will cm V. Dolahunt. treasurer; Mis.
Victoi Lehman, recording secretary.
Dr. Lichter
To Install Slate
Miami Beach Chapter f the
Brandeis Universitj National
Women's Committee will hold its
annual installation luncheon n
I laj noon ;ii the I
!;>< Hotel Mra Arthur Jurkowitz,
president, has announced thai Mrs
Leon Kronish, administrate vice
president, will act ;i^ chairm
the daj
Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsbu
gram chairman, will introduce
Mrs llrniv i Balaban contralto,
uest artist for the al
>(.< will be accompanied at il
]i,;inn b> Bert Duckman
I" S ilomon Lichl r, pi
Mi urn Beach Senior n '
School, will be installin
foi thi Women's Committee R(
ervations maj be made bj
Mi Morton Schw
Donor Luncheon is Annual
Temple Sinai Sisterhood will
bold iis annual donor luncheoi on
Wednesday noon I I e ib
House Rest aui int 01 Isles
Blvd Thei e -ill
^kit will be preset
Mrs. Shepard At
True Sisters Helm

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lent "f if
True Sister* the
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II e Mom a
.
Other ottii ei i
Mrs
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^Jewish th^kHnr
Friday. May 12. 1967
Bureau Names
Bible Contest's
Region Winners
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Kodesh Ladies
Install Leaders
-
may be
.
Max Shapii
: '
I Weil

. re
. rv Mrs :
Ml
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include
Mn J
aham Barkan I
Mother's Day
Sabbath Set
Timunit>
., spiritual U
I -

in May 13 with
nd chantinu b> Cant
of the Year" will
ing .. spa lal km ial
. r\ K--. k
<>f Mrs
itl % Dlatt Refreshments will
Mother's Daj sannon will be
1 I Mother of All Living "
SI arli
He

In th cc-nprehensive Erilish
division for students who study
Bible in English, winners were
Jodie Branse. Steve Berlin, and
George White, of Temple Sinai,
Hollywood, Fla.; Sharon Ross of
Temple Israel, Miami, Mitchell
Lulcin, of the Hebrew Communi-
ty School of Savannah Ga., and
Brian M. Susskind. of Temple
Beth El, St Petersburg Fla.
two winner- in each
r the
be held
i*i rk Citj mda>.
Bible contest this

1 foi the
i : i :
: Nehi
i
eater
mon i and
'
i
la of J
The contest is sponsored by
the Department of Education
and Culture of the Jewish Agen-
cy with the cooperation of local
Bureaus of Jewish Education
ami other Jewish educational in-
stitutions in the country.
- ..
F the Stati 1
District and Regional
under tb<
Herbert Zvi
|U Of J<
strict chairn luded
! Zvi Berger and Louis
[man Executive Din
.iU
Sinai Brotherhood Meet
Temple Sinai Brotherhood will
.:!.> in I Bl at the
N Miami Beach Civi r, NE
nd 170tlt S1 Officers
i nsuii anil be elect-
ed, and final committee reports
for ihr pa-i year will be submitted
will be served
Budget committee he nued Ihts
week for the be: :::.:
G:ea"e: ."'.-::.:
bined lev
e were six I '
Irvil Ralph L .
Shapiro Michael Sumberq -dorf
and Arnold Stern, wh<~
on to fan mselv<
t.on's budqetii.'i process. Bu
. :rt>nt years alloc itions
jde this week Norton S
ii :; :iy B Smith nr- ch and
irman respectively A the budget
com:
I
Sossin Gardens Due for Opening In Southwest
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At the same tme Sottin'S
Shalom Nursinq r-'orre, located
adiacert to the B'ackstone Retire-
ment Hotel, will e*pand from 8
beds to 194 beds. The announced
doubling of caoriv rr- s '-*
than four months aHtr the
Shalom opened in January, 1967

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il the
-

An
ti

lens is the I
V-
Sossin said cons*-nction on
both projects will begin early in
May, which has been proclaimed
.-s S?r ior Citizens Month by Presi
rhe SI


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^I^-LaReeamps
IN THE HEART OF THE BLUE RIDGE MOUNTAINS
MT.T7* T*T? ymT'TTITTrg H H
BEAUTIFUL SETTING MODERN FACILITIES
a NEW HUGE OPEN AIR FIELD HOUSE, a ALL MAJOR
SPORTS HIGHLIGHTED BASEBALL BASKETBALL -
VOLLEY BALL HAND BALL TUMBLING TENNIS
- LARGE RECREATIONAL AREA a PRIVATE LAKES .
FOR SKIING SAILING BOATING SWIMMING)
HORSE BACK RIDING HANDCRAFT ARCHERY, MANY OTHERS
camp Dimerous
IR a DONNA STEINMETZ DOHOTMY MUST
IO 1URIMIB INIORMATlON WRIII OR CALL
BUS. OFFICE LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE
2398 N.W. 119 St. MIAMI ERWIN MARSHALL
TEL. 685-2405 SCHOOL PRINCIPAL
274-2668 ____
TONIGHT
AND
EVERY
NIGHT
THRU
MONDAY
Hear "MEL"
RICHARD
EXPOSE THE TRUTH
BEHIND THE ISSUES!
WIOD (610 on your dial)
9:3010:00 P.M.
PULL LIVER 3-M
Make"MEL" Mayor
P4 f. *:.i

CAMP OSCEOl *
H.ndr .on.ill. N C

Julls Andrews sings Tiie | I
Le Cho :. the new comedy with lr<: "Thor-
Mcdern Millie." Ju aes to c
weddinq, where s: :oasts
Everybody shouts "Mazel Tov end the arand-
:ather cf the bride steals the show wil >ld-world dance.
.e" opens at the Sunny Isle- Twin Rockinc Chair Theatre,
.levard, on May 25. with the premiere
ponsored by < Palsy / on of
Greater Miami. There will be two show* da.ly startinc Mav 26.
at 2 p.m. and 8:20 p.n. ill seats reserved.
'* f Camp W ;'i/i i Learning Experience'*
HEBREW ACADEMY SUMMER DAY CAMP
2400 PINE TREE DRIVE, MIAMI BEACH
JUNE 19 THRU AUGUST 11-BOYS AND GIRLS AGES 4 THRU 13
AIR CONDITIONED BUILDING
FREE BUS TRANSPORTATION
HOT LUNCHES
PROFESSIONALLY DIRECTED
SCIENCE
ATHLETICS
i & Awards
s Program
Entire camp program under personal guidance of Rabbi Aleiantfer I. Crass
ARTS & CRAFTS
Air Ci
/if-
A I
Own
DRAMATICS
CWJ
Projection
CALL 532-6421 FOR INFORMATION


Friday. May 12. 1967
+ ki*,tfhrh1inn
Page 9-B
I
Samuel Pascoe Elected to Second Term
As President of Beach B'nal B'rith Lodge
Samuel Paseoe has been elected accompan..... in Lina Maddaford
rve a second term ,i> presi- ri..... u .
the Miam. Beach Kai h, ^ ^ ,"'
th Lodge 22nd Malcolm
Loo Rutsten
' 11 Kahn I
tioi d ner is ... ,
pd roi ndaj Ma) 2
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ii all n
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R Saul K< I. Jack M Finl
1 deliver the bci

luh 4 i- i
Schatzman will pn
i dent i
Principal ad In k.,iu j
in b; Paul i,
lermai) Entertainmenl
ture Judith Robinsn, wpran. ,~
I on i .
loi B'nai B'rith \
ram ad\
(onnl
I.in
I1 i- .i Rra iati I
i impanj
>f the in i rl the I'm
Natioi Ban! i During V
I he Iran linn ii i- with the r- !
L' S .0
.
k which sent to K
total of 4
1 v| .-..., It
Controlling Ownership
\ li Brodii
N'at
v
'ro,
rr-.*
k
Pamirs bwnanitariaiiai has earntd B'nai
B'rith and NCCJ BrotMriioi' Awards,
Powell Has Devoted One
Quarter Century or Leadership
and Integrity to Miami Beach.
7c; te Will \hh Him
Cc se Serving Cur City.
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!
JWV Aux. Observes Law Day
Commemorating Law Day
Tuesday, 8 :30 p.m., yi Zamora
Jewish Center, the Murraj Solo
mon Ladies' Auxiliary will have
uesl speaker first assistant
United State; Attornej District "I
Florida Varon A Fooa
am r
L. K. Hori lent c: Dado's Employ th
Dade Cou::'.. : sented a chair
y handicapped employes
hip qiv ips ct
Th^ award
man of the B'nai Brith pioqram on em-
,.! Sat.
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[nteroi Magazine. T
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Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah Units
Close Season with Installations, Socials
Miami
Re*eh Chapt
-i ,i '
fe v sin
i ficers,
Baj II..' iup will close the
n u I'h ai retaliation lunch
Mondaj 11 30 a in at the
noral Ii it Mrs Hi nrj B
i k presidi nl will
Mrs Jos
i inn
I'm lose
the i ation
; ...
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N< i ram id. will induct Mrs
!! niietta Kim .i- president Musi
ire St in-
i -. Roscnswi et. \
Dei na Sti w art act ordionisl
Mr* Jack v. is president

\I"iinii Tom i Group ill clos<
i ason with an installation
luncheon, Monday, noon, jt Ihe
\ Hotel Installing officer
will be Mrs Henrj H Wernick,
president of chapter Mrs Emanuel
Mi ni/. president <>t the group, has
ai ranged a spei i ll< li hting
n'lMiimn in he State
- i>itli birtl

Kadimah Group will close
in with .

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tici lllus
; lit- y Mrs. D
Mrs
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- Jen Rosen
! ttj DeWitl
Brech
Mr

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insta n. Moi

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Mrs -. mucl
chairman ol
Mi Miltoi W einbei
BOYARDtf
CHEESE,. Just
RaViOH heat
IN AlH "
> ^ %1 eat
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HAVE SOME SOONI
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yatlioied for you
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lobcrl Vrthui I >
ilu third I art nl lialfour, ">ii I di
tin >. in I < >ii- interest ii
aroused, .i d i Ml i1 at jusl nlorious
ll >.!>.. i i I l hal :! US ili>
uncle, .i Briiish statesman, who aa
1 .!-. ihc 'i Ltnendo i
dehi < hi iil at
...-.. itio
, in often mil i iii'.iin/i-ii and
ill paid imii ini I a
I r emendousl > ph 11>\ it."
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Stir 1'iMiy.n and PlantersOil i m
I i aluri V'lil la "' n n
I. | pianl rs Pci -iii^ Sift < Ilu
limrs ii.iii soda ind s 11. ujuit -1<
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loal paa I i stand 15 minutes Bakt -'
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l J minutes in I'.ni hvfori ii ni'! n.ii
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Ilu v.miii: SI Hi n! l-i-n Wl Iht ltl
anniw i sarj ol lu indep ndi net Vtw
Hihsei m i" aiMil>iTvarics bring peat
Israel and lo ail ilu world.
MANNA ABOUT TOWN
IS A STANDARD BRANDS EXCIUSIVI
EXCLUSIVELY FOR THE
BRIGHT YOUNG HOMEMAKER


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hi*.t thrill >r
Friday. May 12. 1967
Hebrew Academy Open House Week
left), president cf the Hebrew
University c: Jerusalem preserved p'.aaues to
:cunders ol the Henry S. Tiuman
Center for the Advancement of Peace ct a
Tru:- ute dinner held in Greater M
on the occasion <">f Truman's 83rd :
Recipient ol the av t I right Harry
Frc: d H::sch Meyer, chairman
at the grc
orec :emomescf the Cc" I mer.
Stanfoid, president of the Uni-
versity of Miami, spoke on Truman's pla-
histc: : erq, na'uonal cl n of
the board of the Amei c Friends "f the
Hebrew Univ -^velopment
of the Truman Center and Truman's parsonal
thp mpoitai.t dovelot i
'for the study and disseminati.
of accomplishing intern
the 32nd President
States."
Hebrew Academy innual "Open
House Week" will !>< held [rein
\!.i\ 19 t<> 18 during school hours
at the school, --<' Pin< tree i>i
In ming "Open House
w,, u for the Academy. s< h ol
principal. Rabbi Alexander S
Gross, stressed the 'communitj
affiliation Greater Miami h
with the Academy, the onlj com-
plete Hebrew English das n '""'I
with an elementary, junior Bnd
: hi m h h ol pi 'he
southeastern
51 -
"We are always eager to have
the community see our school
and see How we function, Raubi
Gross said.
L s Merwil
that the 1967 opei
lemj at the Pine Tr*i Dr
and the l!tli yeai ol
Mrs Sam Rosnei
II,.l,i, i Academy Womi
'
lent.

p 111
Winning primary candidate- i
tho Miami Beach Count IIman c
MayoraUtj races have- boon invit-
ed i" appear .it 'hi- We In d is
evening meeting of the Dt i
He Club "f Miami Beach at the S '
Isle Motel Wally Cluck, club i
dent, will moderate a quest
answer period.
Fletcher Running
!n N Miami Race
Fletchei la running
I Itj i ouncil ii
lion
\ | ey and I
eilman of Bas h
i ne is ., torn
lent <>t thi

Disal l< \"
i
timist Club
Fletchei ;! n ises reducl
i, neni
MORRIS I ROTH IIRNER Catering for All Occasions
HARRY ZUCHERMAN f stakiifce4 m 194&'
^ o c i a / i t c by Jf s a t e I Lj r
o v* c

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Famous
471 WASHINGTON AYE.
ov
Continued from Page 5 B

Si :'. ""I
his
Mian i Bi acl visitoi
Passovi
Di
i isfi News
Iren
Ha
I
Hi b
ired tru Carlyle Ave
the loi and building adjacent i"
esent I at 7801
. u< M ich
Kirk I their two
-. \v h ch
Mag<
include /
'
PARKING
FACILITIES BEACH
\o\v om:\ 7 days a \yi:kk
Free Orchid Pens tor our Ladies on Mother's Day
Vnothei

Th
union u
I

i
I
Aejudath Israel Expands Quarters
CimeM Sh Idon Ciment,
[.in- and R
:/ \ n .,: j will Joanie.
mm ii ii < with her
.ni- Adolph and Anne K
l-i iends im luded Hel< n Wi i
Irani. Re\ .;.. 4) D Kati
wife. Sylvia, their son, Mi
and wit*' Janet
A DMCIOUS DIHNlk ON MOT HIS S DAV MAY Mfh
A kOtAl" TREAT TO MOM
THE ROYAL HUNGARIAN ^{JJ RESTAUH
731 Washington Ave.
JE 8 51 1
and kindergarten, and
Hebrew school.
daily
The Leonard Bam returning
from a 33 day European cruise
Accepting congratulations
on the newg that son Michael ha>
been accepted by the Yeshiva
Universitj in New York to hi
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FOR A COMMUNITY
WITH A FUTURE .
Elect
Abramson
Bi \< ii
Coi ncil
Group 5
lever 9A
Dr Isaac Hirsh Ever said thai
thi new quarters will be used to
a modern two-story building
for a Hebrew Institute and Social
Center of Gteatei Miami
Rabbi Ever said that proposed
re a young men's and women's
league, a Hebrew day nursery
+ + *** + + + ** + + + ** + +
j
bershi
lath l-i
leadei Every child who wants an
education i- welcome
(aOlllMIX and l'OX
K 0 .". HER CATERERS
from hor| d f uvrtl I "'
I/O N.W. 5th ST., MIAMI PHONE FR 4-265)}
t_ i"' tne trict i th# Onitfa Khi t f
jm fttOSi AbfJhi'i J s^'ra
OPEN HOUSE WEDDINGS BAD MITIVAHS fftCEPTlONS
-rwa
-to*
WHY DO WE NEED A CHANGE?
The City Council, very frankly, is made up of people who ere
large'y governed by either their own selfish interests or outside
special and pressure groui
tLLIOTT ROOSEVELT
WHAT DO WE NEED?
A in order to have I
DR IRVING LEH3MAN
HELP KEEP YOUR CHILDREN vVITH YOU
Elect HARVEY S. ABRAMSON
Pd Pol Adv
Closing "f fa< ilitj took
place We In sd i) Current plans
call for .i (250,000 expansion and
renovation project, including l
000-seat auditorium, class rooms
and Beth Medrash.
Babbi Ever said that hi- will
transfer his 5,000-volume library
of English. Hebrew and Yiddish
works to the Institute t<> be used
as the base for a new expanded
collection
1 II 1 \ A 1 N N
Chinese h lod Unde r htew Manogtmemt
M2S5 NW 7th AVENUE Open fiom 11: 30 o.m. 9:30 p.m. Oases' Men
Ctmplt le luncheon 70c Comp i'fr Dinner |1JJ Combination Matter Si 75
COMPLETE TAKE OUT SERVICE CALL 611-0012
II It VI I It HO SPANISH RESTAURANT
Specialty of the House 'PAELLA VALENCIANA"
Open 11:30 A.M. Til 11 P.M. Daily
2322 N.W. 7th STREET. MIAMI Phone NE 3-9496
SAND-ELL
KOSHER CATERERS
Under Rabbinical Supervision
- ,'VAH^
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Speciul'iina in Home Caterinf
and Hotel Work
.'.El
866-6226
866 S77I
1216 NORMANDY DRIVE., MB
HUSBAND
WANTED
to take his charming
wife to dinner at .
KING ARTHUR'S COURT
MIAMI SPRINGS VILLAS
Continenta[-ri Kosher Caterers J
WEDDINGS BAR MITZVAHS BANQUETS UNLIMITED I
At Tour Home Hall or Synaa,oque |
Miami s Only "Shamer Shobhoi" Restaurant Quality Par Eirellercf (
8393 BIRD ROAD. MIAMI Phor. 226-1/44 :.
3651 SW Blh St...! o On ih. I,| t, Dou9Ui Rd M,

Friday. May 12. 1967
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Page 11-B
MISS BARBARA UVY
Summer Rites
For Miss Levy,
Richard Laibson
Vfrs A.IH.' Levy, I97H SW 17th
1 announce* the pi nl .>'
daughter, Barbara Joan, t<>
Richard Mark Laibsoi ion of Mr
and Mr- Irving Laibaon, K2:tn
Hawthorne Av
The bride 'l. ci i- a graduate of
Miami Senior High School Miami
I'adc Jlinioi College ami is mm
attending Florida Atlantic Univei
The bridegroom-elect i* a grad
uate of Miami Beach Senior High
Miami-Dade Junior College, and
also attendi Florida Atlantic I'm
.. raity.
The wedding is planned for the
summer of iw;h
Weinstein Pushes
Beach Campaign
Miami Beach could end up as
li "i>\ city in the sun."
I Mian i'i'\ ouncil
i eoaard < Wains
< : 250 of his

i
i
-' : 11ii_; up in he I > <'.u -
would i. nil even i ass II
Weinstcin thai ai
r.ingemcnU have been made to
Ions,, h^ campaign headquarters
al 1257 Washington Ave.. and an
i .in. <,i the app int.nents of Louis
wolfaon State Re| rest ntatit > as
can | chairman and Si >
i m -
Mother't Day Program Set
A Moth. 's Da) progi am and
. tertainmeot will i>" highlighted
al the Florida Senior Citizens Club
2 meeting on Mondaj 2 p in at
842 Washington Avc
FOR MIAMI BEACH
COUNCILMAN
DAVE
HERMAN
(To succeed
D. Lee Powell)
LEVER 10
Pd Pol. Adv
THE field of fashion contains
manj male designers, and
there are mixed emotions about
hi u women react to having so
manj men design the clothes
the) wear
Mrs Leonard Luria thinks that
main o| th,-N. ,,. .,,,. excell >nl
designers, with a definite flair
fashion Some ol the Fr 'n< h
designers are responsible for
man) exciting and provocative
clothes She feels that toda) it is
difficult to discern between mal
and female deaignera, but men
used to design clothing definitel)
more feminine and flattering in
the past
In her ..pinion, (he Twiggy look
demonstrates that women re
spond easil) to fashion change
and this happens to be the cur
rent VOgUC \> Mrs l.uria sees
it. this flat-cheated, no sea appeal
look was started by a man. and
thai women have been brain-
washed to go along with it
Manufacturers are always look-
in.: for something new and so
are women, as long a- the econ-
omy can afford it, women will
bu) these designs even ii the)
are a little far out.
|u|RS. Ralph Nernberg likes
" men designers, and is of Ihe
opinion thai man) ol our best
designs come from their drawing
boards She cites the fact that so
many ol the pro.nm. n! dress
tiers In the world are male
sin- doesn't go along with the
often stated hclicl that most nun
v ho enter this profession do not
likr women and therefore at
tempt to make women look as
unattractive and as unfeminine
. possible She feels that it
doesn't make an) difference
whether a designer is a man or
a woman, because styles really
ha\en t changed that much to-
da) To hack up her view, Mrs
Nernhers points out that in 'he
past ten years, v omi n's clothing
has changed ver) little Hi mi
up or down; tht vocabu
- not the style
. hangi I very
nly over the period ol l
pasl |j the on. e
up The one i a lion
has been rH the fiel i nl
the swim suit, wiier- we havi
from the flat-chested I
suit
in bra This is b
lurers didn't
kno-.' how i' nstruct these Gar-
ments, and now the ling irie in
dustr) has taken over the bathin .
suit industr) to create a more
feminine and flattering -il
houette.
AN the other side of the fen< >,
is Mi- Harold \l
her viev not all, of the
male designers 1
hostilil ird women
b) the i i ma i
ti S.une of these men di

thi thi
men look
minine, with I
flat bodice ai pie, and
thinks thai the women who
wear thi i mi nts are gull
ll.lc
Mrs Abbot! fe< is thai most
women designers tend to create
ler looking clothes thai
they seem to make women look
more like women
Powell Urges Low-Cost Housing
Miami Beach City Councilman
I> Lee Powell seeking reelection
in the May lti race, continues to
point to his quarter ol a century
of s. r\ ice to the Beat h in the i
city of councilman and forme.
mayor
Commenting on the two percent
result tax, Powell declared that he
favors the tax and authority "t>y
an agreement thai must be conci-
scl) spelled oul with provision that
the council appoint the members
of the commission or the board
and the provision that the b
submit an annual budget to be
approved by the council "
On the question ol low-coal public
housing, Powell went on record as
declaring "I think it will l>c man
datorj on the part of the goi i
inent thai some sort of low cost
housins be established
"The Miami Beach zoning I
does not classify convalesci -it i i
nursing home. The cit) at! rncy
has advised the city thai we arc 'ti
in indefensible position in ihe
i venl oi a court action to force the
council to issue a building nermil
for this type of facility Therel
I think perhaps it would be w
to create a separate zoning class
ification specifically within th<
tie me portion of our cit)
Social Aids Hebrew School
Sisterhood of Con n Bi I i
El will hold monthh luncheon an!
iard party on Tie sday noon in th
Dora August Auditorium All pro-
ceeds go to the maintince of th-
Hebrew school, which is tuitio i
five
what's LOXurV?
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!
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yes!
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tastiest cream cheese in town...Philadelphia brand!
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k^Htncrktiar
Friday. May 12. 196'
7'
rancca
XJ,
mar
We
the
Women
SALLY
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
Sallj (Mrs Charles Simon hat just received the Parent
of tii. Veai Award "for her devotion and loyalty" from the
Hebrew Academy Womei Sail) was born in Mam Line
Pa on.- oi four children The ildest of the three girls she
v.:- a ays the little mother watching over them Brought
up in an Orthodox homi in love with .ill ol
trad i remonies ..rid know thai tins was the waj she
to bring up her own
she hadthem
Inti make a business
i": herself, she atti
S< l it was then that
married her I
5 eai Ij ag< Tl y
ag< "i JT Sail) m as
i If it were not for her
Sail) a -r have
noil able to continue Shi
mel Charles, a bachelor, married
and then they had three little ones
The children arc Florence, who
is married to Myron Aaranson,
has one child. Elisa, and lives in
Dallas Tea Harvey. Steven, Ron-
nie and Marh. Si* v j moved to Miami Beach,
where Sally's sisters and mother live Charles commutes
to liis business m Philadelphia Ten years a and
Florence were on television together in "I've Got a Secret
They both had been expecting at th,. same time, Florenc
with Elisa, and Sally with Maria Sail) looked SO verv
young, and the secret was that she was the grandmother
This was one secret that stumped the experts
Sail) has many Interests and bobbies she says that she
is master of none but that she thoroughl) enjoys them all
she went to the University of Miami to take courses in
dramatic- art and creative writing then out to Harry
Colh Iwaya written poetrj
belongs to the Laramore Rader poetr) group she takes two
i ek in sculpting and painting
.....
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thin. s \ i
golf ,.nd time off ike up I
The Simons are )U8t hack from Amsterdam Rome and
: i > are much interested in set......
of life and \\1 at
the ocean I'm cei l i to havi such a w n
ful h five woi hildren," Sail) feels
Shapiro Judge !n N. Bay Village
Herbi Shs v .,,,. ., vice
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Daniel Shain Weds
Esther Kaplan In
Sunday Nuptials
\ pt'on at th<' am..
Hotel followed the late afternoon
nuptials '' I al Kneseth Isra '1
i'h n which united the
former Esther Kaplan and D
Shain on Sunda) Ma) 7 Rabbi
i Lehrfield officiated at the
wedding
Daughl r ol Mi and Mrs i-
Kaplan, the bride i- a gi aduati
Miami Beach Sen.or High
she was a member of the A Ca|
Choir. Beta. 1. Esprit Girls Club
and vice president of L'Esprit sti<-
attended Carnegie Institute ol
Technolog) an I '''^- with
honors, trim: the University ol
Flori la and with departmi
: s in ps) i mi. > She is a
member of Psi 'hi
I ir her wi she sell
. i\ hi j peau de s 'e wil I
Vlencoi l.i. e I and long
sleeves La) en ol illusu n were
held b) a matchinj
piece, and he
of white sweetheart roses
Attei dants Mira R i
I thai, maul oi honor Mai
sham and Deborah Slyer, with
David Hoover serving as best man.
Henr) Kaplan and Henrv Unger
,i- groomsmen
On their return from a hone)
moon In Jamaica, the newlyweds
will spend the summer in Miami
Seniors Ante-Up
For Hospital
Over 2(H) senior citizens dug
deep into their social security and
retirement incomes Sunday and
came up with over Moo for island
View Hospital
Miami Beach Senior friendship
Club, represented bv Rose Berek
chairman Mrs Ida Spivack and
1 Bolten, vice chairmen, and
David Niemark. executive m 'mb
er, presented a check for $100 in
the name ol the senior or ;aniza
in Dr St inli ) Jona<

: d pled
:
Dora G

Sheila Gordon
To Be June Bride
f
<

n I Mrs \
Gordon, 2408 \ Meridian v
announce the engagement of th
htex, Sheila /ane, to Richai I
Ireenfield. son oi Mr and
Irvii nfield.
a June wedding is planned
Parents Announce
Rosanne Post's
Engagement
Mr and Mi David L Post I
SE -' th Av o announce the i
daughter H
anne. to Marc Leonard Men
son "i Mi and Mi Albert M
18900 NW 14th Vv,
l; nne li te of
II
end i
I
MtfS. DANIU SHA'N
Beat !. in 'h,
Gainesville, where th<
is attending the Cnivi
Florid.i
Son of Mr and Mis Paul A
i nger 7509 Cutlass Kv* the
groom is i graduate of Miami
h Senior High, where he was
a member of the Silver Ti le B
Junmr Optimist Embryo staff and
Do.in.Ia> Hoys Club Ho attended
Miami Dade Junior College and b
longs to Circle K and Men's Glee
Club
Donor Luncheon
Set for May 21
Sisti ol Tempi, /.
will hold ;ts annual donor lui
on Sundaj noon, Maj 21 in 1
Rendezvous Room ol the D\
w ilham \pa: tmenl Hotel in
Gables Mrs Israel I Kussner
Sisterhood president
Mr- Michael Fiedler and M
Joseph Maiael are sen ing as cl
men Spiritual leader is 1;
Maxwell Berger.
Michael Robe, foU singer ..
kiuitartst. will entertain
Photographic
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Chase & Sanborn. The hefty one. Blended hefty
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rriday, May 12. 1967
fJenist IhrHi ir
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S'Tfoara Fcike
N?w Mrs. Siegal


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*>!r Saul S. Si ...
adview i'i
l oi the wedding. Ihe in ide select
d a while orrari/a nun appliqued
*ith white daisies .mil seed p
. nd Ityled with ;i long sweeping
train She carried an arrangement
>f hl> <>f th vallej ..nd sweetheart
Honor attendant* wen Priscilla
Dee Kalke ;ii)d Mr- Doris Suttin
with llarlene Sit and Regina
liruen serving as bridesmaids
Suttin served aa the bt
groom's besl mai and usher
hided Phillip Rosenband, Richard
mnei and Lloyd Mehlman.
A graduate oi North Miami
Senior High, new Mrs Su-gal li a
unior at the University of Miami
where the la majoring in education.
>he as Inter-Fraternit) Council
Hostess. Her groom Is a graduate
i f l.ear School, Universit) of Miami
School of Business and it- (iiaduate
School He i- .i member of the
oast Guard Reserves, and
lentil) is I'hi Epsilon Pi.
Ffciine Sher,
$r. Lcxarus
On Honeymoon
. A i' "' Sundaj
' united E aim B Shei
Dr Mark Jay i th
le Hotel where
''' Rbbi Ralph P Kingsle>
i ted
1 "' 'he nuptials, th- brii .
''' d an enehantini gown with t
empire bodice banded with
i made 'if French lact
wi h reembroider : Alencon laci
. which also trimmed thf
train Th,. match
ce of lace held tiers
h Hue on, and she carried
>f white n
a white orchid.
i
v '. .
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Hats and History
Luncheon Feature
"Hats and History" was the fea-
ture presentation .it the mother-
liter luncheon, co-sponsored
by the Y Women and Si nior
Citizens oi th< ymha on Wednes-
daj morning
Thi spi i ram in honor of
Mother- Daj waa presented by
Bea Quigg oi Jacksonville, Fla.
Members of the Y Women and
Senior Citizens modeled a variet)
of hats dating back to 1896 The
hats are copies Of those on display
in the Metropolitan Museum in
New York
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-JtnMthridFiw
Friday. May 12. 1967
Kenneth I lias
Drew Strum
Steven Krmm
Richard ftoir
j[5 Larry Smith
On Saturday morning, Maj 0
j son of Mr and Mrs Jerome
Smith, observed his Bar Mitzvah
at Temple Zion,
i ai rj .i seventh grade ptipil
i Rot kv. aj Junior High, and ;
larinet in the school band
Mr and Mr- Smith hosted
Kiddush following the services
i luncheon at the Carriage Light
lauranl in honor ol the cele
want.
11.' is .1 top honor student and
plays the trumpet In the school
band His hobbies include coin col-
lecting and sports
The Solomons will host the Kid
dush following the services in
honor <>f the celebrant
Stephen Leighton
Stephen, son of Mr and Mrs
Eric Leighton, will observe his
Mitzvah on Saturday morning,
Ma) IS at Temple Zion
Stephen is i seventh grade pupil
it Glades Junior High, plays tram-
H and piano and la a member ol
he school band
Mr and Mrs Leighton will host
he Kidduab following service*
ind .i reception at home in honor
t the celebrant
Steven Miller
On Saturday morning, Maj
Stevei \ n ol Mr and Mi -
!> Mil. .. 50 Vrch
K' < >n <'
Bar Mitzvah at Temp;. Nei ["amid.
oici mil gilUI
N th Miami J inior I
and Sei Ri S
He enjoys boatii
and in- 11
1 hi \ R xi
.it th.- Da i i int s
Sti i en i- a
m the Nei I
r choir, and has performed
j times w ith the Miami 11
A : driller will tx ten
lered t| ant on Saturda)
evenii it the Pontainel
h 1
Bar Mitzvah is the grand
-on ol Mr and Mrs William I
ih
Howard Pell
Howard son ol Mi and Mrs
nard Pell, was called to the
i as a Bar Mitzvah, on Satur-
day, Maj 8, at Temple Zion
Howard is a seventh gi
dent at Rockway Junior High, and
enthusiast
Mr and Mrs Pell hosted tl .
Kidduab following services, and a
luncheon at the Carriage Light
Restaurant in honor of the cele
brant
Drew Strum
On Saturday morning, Ma) 13,
"in n of Mr and Mrs Mel
Salomon and I>r Milton Strum,
will Ik- called to the Torab ..-
Bar Mitzvah at Temple /.ion.
Drew is .. i student
,,t the M an Military Academy
Herman Favors
Beach Resort Tax
Dave Herman, on the ev. oi his
for the M
'i Cit) Council, said this .
'hat I am whoJeheartedl) in
favor of the Di
mission recoinmendationa "f no
than 50 per cent lot c a. i
age."
Commenting on the two i*
tax, Herman |
I think tins will be
a source oi revenue that wiO in-
borne 00 percent by tourists
"I don't think that any agenc)
has the ri| M to spend public I
I favor the creation of in agency
hat will (die. tivel) the
council m budgeting fund- "
Rachel Hoodwm
Rachi l Ann. daughter ol Mr and
Mrs Herbert Hoodwm. 1407 Fer It-
: Coral Gal les w ill become
Bas Mitzvah at Beth l'a\ id Congre
tion on Friday, Ma) 112
Rachel is a seventh made stu
dent at Ponce de l.e.m Huh and
has been attending Beth David lie
ligious School for the past five
- She is interested in bow ling,
Softball, and sewing
Mr- Blaa Hoodwin, of Sawyer,
Mich grandparent ol Rachel, will
attend the services and Oneg Shah
bat in honor oi the celebrant
Kenneth Elias
Services on Saturday m n rung
Ma) 13, at Temple Sinai ol North
to be held at Washii
Fi deral, 698 ME 167th v will in-
clude the Bai Mitzvah ol Kenneth.
I Elias
Kenneth i- in the seventh .
at Miami \li:.t.,:> A
at the I
School His h. due- an
and oil painting and he p'ays thi
guitar
out ..I town guests ill include
the celebi l hi-
\ii l I Spanbock
Janet Potash
el Ruth daughter ol Mr and
Mrs Hyman R Potash. 4:
  • 87th Cl will observe her Bas Mitz-
    vah during the late Friday evi
    f Ma) 12 at Tempi,. Zion
    ' is a 7th grade pupil at
    Glades Junior Huh and i- a mem-
    1 < r Future Teachei ol
    She has been attending
    le Zion K.!;. IOUS School for
    the i as! four years
    cne_ Shabbal following
    si rvices will W h<
    Mrs Potash in honor of the 11 e
    brant Mr Potash has served as
    president of Temple Zion for
    year-
    Richard Rose
    Saturday morning sen-ices at tend
    Beth Torah on May 13 will include
    the Bar MiUvab of Richard \
    son of Mr and Mi- Leslie r; Rose
    999 NE 167th St
    The celebi ant is the grandson of
    Mrs I ilhan Goldstein
    Oul of town guests here for the
    ion include Mr and Mrs Jack
    Shapiro, Mr and Mi Sid Heitncr
    Montreal; Dr and Mi- Sam Dux'
    l tta Hoehbei g, New York
    Thomas Cromer
    r is Scott ( ron i i will oh
    i his Bar Mitzvah at Temple
    turda) morning Mat
    13th
    i "i V' ., I Mrs Maurice
    Croraei 4564 N Michigan \ i
    ron i: \ attends Nautilus Junioi
    hool
    '' the i recep
    tion and luncheon will be held at
    Wolfson Auditorium
    Roy Ginsberg
    Ro) son of Mrs Beverle) Gins
    will become Bar Mitzvah I
    urday morning Ma) 13, at Temple
    Menorah
    Ro) i- a student ,.( the Religious
    School ami attends Nautilus Junior
    High Tin- sumim r he will .
    Mitzvah Pilgrimage to I si
    sponsored bj the Bureau ol Jewish
    Education of Gr< .it. i Miami
    \ luncheon reception in Ro) -
    honor wil be held at the Clobbouse
    Rostauiant following services
    Out of town guests include
    grandparents. Mr. and Mrs Guy
    Ginsberg. Baltimore. M.i
    ?
    Steven Gram
    Steven Howard, son of Mr and
    Mr- 11 niv Kram, Will become Bar
    Mitzvah on Saturday, Ma) 13, -it
    iv- m>].' Emanu El
    Steven i- in the seventh grade
    at Nautilus Junior High, and plays
    trombone in the band He is in
    ted in sp .it.-, particular!) fool
    ball
    i he celebrant will Im- honored al
    a reception Saturda) evenin
    he Deauville Hotel
    Howard Eder
    How .ml Scott, son of Mr and
    Mrs .-snl Eder. 7Kt>0 Dickens Ave
    Pioneer Women
    Note Mothers Day
    Regular meeting of Ihe Golda-
    Meir Chapter, Pioneer Women was
    hcl.i on Wednesday, in Ihe Algiers
    Hotel The thapter celebrated its
    19th birthda) and honored Its
    president Mrs Abraham Si
    with a special Mothei Da) pre
    sentation \ musical program
    Rose Ja< ibson asi
    at the piai o b) Nata I'tal
    Other participants in the pi-.-
    Nathaniel Soroff,
    Mi- Milton Green, Mrs Miriam
    M Mao Kleinman, Mrs
    Jennie Dim and Mi 1-.... Push
    km. who .i -> i\. 0 .<- i hairman
    for the aft
    Club 2 held a Mothei Da)
    lun ! Hot< I. Mrs. 1
    pn sident, s|
    affair Chairman was Mrs
    Shedi i Mrs Sadie n
    delivered the invocation R
    mond was i< it Mi -
    Milton Green was guest speaki i
    Mothers Honored
    At Emanu-E!
    Dr Ining Lehrman will offii
    at the annual Mothei Da)
    ices "ii Saturda) morning at
    Temple EmanU El Mrs I.e.maid
    Abramson, Sisterhood president.
    will offer a prayer in the name of
    th,. mothers Mrs Harold J
    BrOOka, I'T.A president, will e\
    ireetings
    Scott, son Of Mr and Mr- Abe
    Jay president of the 1967 con-
    firmation hall of the Religious Schn.il I
    daughter ol Mr and Mrs Herbert
    Buchwald, and Kenneth, son of
    Mr and Mr- Ronald Fine, fir t
    graders representing the Solomon
    Schechter Da) School, will
    poems ,n honoi of mothers
    A : ader, Mali,
    oi Mr and Mr- J... 1 Hauni rep
    resenting the elementary depart
    men! of the Da) School
    Thomas Cromer Frances Glushakow
    will In-come Bar Mit/vah at Temple
    Menorah on Saturday morning, May
    13.
    Howard is a student of the
    Religious School and attends
    Nautilus Junior High where he
    plavs .'.iiinet in the school band
    A Kiddush will follow services al
    home, and a reception in How am -
    honor wil be held at home Satin
    dav evening
    Frances Glushakow
    ii .ii ces dau htei ol Mi
    Mrs Jacob Glushakow, wil become
    Bas Mitzvah pic Menorah
    mi I : ida) >' i runs Ma\ 12
    Frances i- a student of the R<
    ligious School, and a seventh grad
    ei ..t Nautilus Junioi Huh
    i n Shabbal in Fi am es
    honor will be held in thi
    Hall following service-
    Judea Slates
    First Dinner
    In New Quarters
    Temple Judea will hold the fir-1
    Congregation dinner meeting in it-
    new Coral Cables synagogue i n
    Sunday at 6 'M\ p m with pre-i
    dent. Joseph Krvfctz. rcvi-
    the initial year in the new phv-i
    cal plant at 5500 Granada Blvd
    across Dixie Highway from the
    t'niversity of Miami
    Flection of officers and mem
    hers of the board of trustees also
    i- scheduled for the annual meet
    inn. which will hear officers ot
    line plans for the coming year
    Children 13 years of age an I
    older, are welcome at the set
    which will open with .. bufl in
    the social hall. Rabbi Mom- \
    Kipper la spiritual leader of 11
    pie Jllde..
    II. II
    In.aid Ol tin-!' PS i- i '
    the : ..... I
    v> huh i- afl
    v ith the I'm.m of American H
    revv ns
    Dermer Demands
    Beach Dignity
    "I demand dignit) in got
    nient said Ja) Dermer W i
    da) On the eve of the Mav Hi eh.
    tion on Miami Beat n
    \ candidate for mayor Di rn
    di dared that l want to
    mw spirit of dignity lor
    B< h govi rnment one
    Can all Ik- proud of
    Dormer's wife, YaHa, an Is
    raeli sabra, supporting her h
    band's candidacy, noted thai
    "being born in Israel, I've see-
    that by working together in ha-
    meny and
    operation,
    achieved "
    with a spirit of
    miracles can
    CO
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    Abraham Giunhut. vice presi-
    dent of the lewish National
    fund oi Greater Miami, will
    leave this week on a fact-
    findiug trip to Israel. Grunhut
    was tendered a bon voyaae
    party by the INF last week
    with Joseph Cohen. INF Coun-
    cil president, offerinq greet-
    ings. Grunhut is vice presi-
    dent of W on Federal
    Savings and Loan Associa-
    tion and president of the
    Miami Beach ZOA District.
    Rabbi Zucker
    Pulpit Guest
    Rabbi Max Zucker will be guest
    preacher at the late Friday ,
    service at Temp!.- Emanu FI.
    Dr Irving i ehrman spii
    leader, announced Ral In \nhur
    s Hollander will officiate at the
    Rabbi and Mr- Zui leer
    dent- ol Miami Beach
    tembi i
    1 : i : beloi I !
    Emanu E is presidei I
    r.i i h r.. \--ik iai
    the J
    Con m< ii ;
    I ruler h I
    l '. director of the Miami B
    Preside' ||, anil belol
    ; must Club
    He i- .. M.e-on and memo* i
    thi Scottish Rite and Shrine
    since
    Sei
    Beach Federal
    Honors Staffers
    Miami Beach Federal Sal
    \ o, iat n I :
    r meritoiio.:-
    i annual awards part)
    hi al Luau R<
    North Ba) Villi
    Milton Wei m pre-i
    d.nt. made a special present
    of gold culf link- to rUel Hr.Mik-.
    who has bean with the Federal for
    30 years BrOOKi had received a
    diamond-studded 25-year service
    pm five yeai ago
    Fifteen year pm- vv ere pre
    ed t>> Aii- rt Brooks I ee Blounl
    ii inbotbara B II I n
    Peter Hang and Hill .smith
    Ten year pins were .. t ai led t
    ti '.. Laura Mi
    m in ..id Milton We
    Five v. ai pins went '
    Little Marj Stapleton D
    Joni m.iiv Stncklan' I
    ChanneUs and Philip Myers
    Riverside Memorial Chapel. 1250 Normandv nnH
    Dr.. Miam, Beach, will undergo a S125S)0ex- s^ia Sal an ^ 9 ^ ^ .'
    saia mat an announcement will be made ot
    an even more extensive expansion ami
    modeling program lor Riverside Memoi;
    Chapel at 1920 Alton Rd
    f
    pansion and remodeling cf exterior and i
    terior. Leonard Zilbert, RMC vice president,
    said interiors will have a Mediterranean motif


    "riday. May 12. 1967
    F
    +Jenisr frVraa Mr
    la. BB Faces
    Packed Calendar
    [Through May
    Starting with Ihe annual n
    i : the Florida State tssocia-
    Ion of B'nai Bnth Lo. ,
    !' ich this
    Weekend, B'nai B'rith Women of
    Florida face .1 lam-packcd
    ralendar of events for the m
    May.
    . Mrs- Ruth Goldbei 1 tor of
    1: nai Krith Women District Fh e
    "ill attend the St.it.. \.
    ling .-.ikI then tour tl
    1 \ siting chapters in tl non
    central areas She will cul
    trip with .-I stay in
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    1 I '" ik n May
    n* mam' :"rv.rt
    i B'rith ai B
    Women in South Honda .. m
    iluled f(
    rh.' second annual programs
    orientation clinic <; the B'nai
    B'nth Greater Miami programs
    advisory board Opening cere
    monies will include the installa-
    tion of officer- by Mrs Goldberg
    Mra, Newton Hofstadtcr will be In-
    stalled aa ihairm.m of the board
    ITie .seminar. "Program! in lo-
    tion," will be held on Sunday,
    Ma) SI, ..! the Miami Beaeh Fed-
    Savinga ..:id Loan Association
    Aiiilitonum at 755 Washlfl
    V at 9:80 a m
    Localites Attend
    Legislative Meet
    Presi -it v-
    !72. !'!:
    |< It rks. W
    .....D, al tl
    tihnrg. of Miami
    |rhree- feeence tintigrr* I to
    key union legislative o*>j
    \ 1, President Habarl Fl
    esBBtM tad to Dll ke the
    to m ir.- than 1.9
    ti s who wih also hear fi
    mgrwnrional leaden in the 1 s
    and House of Represents
    t:\es.
    Gold 1- legislative repr. 1
    |f ir the Dade Count) I ncil of
    .I ESmployeei ah CIO was
    : the
    Federation of Postal I lerks
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    THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
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    Friedberg Gives
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    I idenci
    1 Rise-Du -ion of I 1
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    peal camps
    1 1 ledrx 1 in. 1- atl
    to do the job sii
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    ...re- ol small con do
    miniums ami a p .i 1 t m< 1 I
    buildinga in Miami and Mi-
    ami Beach, telling the CJA
    story to residents and asking
    them to contribute to the
    support of the 50 beneficiary
    agencies of the Combined
    lewi.sh Appeal
    To date. Priedberg has
    brought in hundreds of do!
    ai to be added to th< fund'
    vised toward the 1967 1
    uiied Jewish Appeal goal
    Mayor Hell Inducts Slate
    ' >n Fridaj Ma) 19
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    Deauvilie Hotel Metn
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