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

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

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'Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 40 Number20
Miami. Florida, Friday. May 26. 1967
Two Section Price l'.~.
UNEF Withdrawal Heightens Mideast Tension
NATIONS (JTA) was reportedly conveyed to rcpre sabre rattling by the Arab countries,
ed Nations Secretary General sentatives of the seven nations pro accompanied bv substantial troop
lent agreed to Egypt'* request viding troops for the lNEF movements by' Egypt, Syria and
withdrawal of the UN Emer- .. ,. ... Iran
UNITED
United
l Th
for
pency Force which has maintained
an uneasy quiet on the 171-mile
Egyptian-Israel border during the
past 11 years.
The Secretary General's decision
NAZI SENTENCED
Chicago Jury
Gives 3 Mos.
To Rockwell
. HICAGO 111 (JTA)
George Rockwell, leader of the
American Na/i Party, wai entenc
t ,i ihi- week to three months in
jail and fined $500. the heaviest
penalty yet imposed on the Nazi
leader
The sentence followed .i finding
of guilt} bj a jui\ ;11 i jurors
heard evidence of Rockwell"! orderly conduct, criminal trespass,
and obstructing a peace officer
The sentence imposed on the Nazi
resulted from his role in creating
disturbances during last summers
racial tensions in Chid
In Los Angles, written objec
tten to the appearance last weak
Continued on Page 2-A
tion after formal request for with-
drawal was made by Egypt's per-1
manent representative. Ambassador
Mohammed el-Kony. It followed
several days of intense diplomatic
activity sparked by widespread'
Iraq.
Thant took the position that
since the UNEF troops were
stationed on Egyptian territory,
they could not remain there if
the host nation objected. Au-
thoritative Israli sources in Jeru-
salem challenged that view. They
said that only the UN General
Assembly, which voted establish-
ment of UNEF, had the authority
to remove it.
The sources indicated that Israel
considered any withdrawal from
the Gaza Strip and Sharm el Sheikh
a grave breach of the ttatiu quo.
Sharm el Sheikh common i
transit point between the Gulf of
Akaba and the Red Sea which is
vital to Israel shipping from -
Eilat port to Asia.
The Israeli views were cor.\<*>ed
by Foreign Minister Abba Ebii to
Continued on Page 3-A
U. 5. WARMS CITIZENS TO LEAVE AREA
Nasser Blocks Aqaba;
'Draw Back' Eshkol
U THANT
Guatemala
Suspect Not
Bormann
GUATEMALA CITY (JTA)
A man arrested here on suspicion
he might be the long Nought Hitler
deputy. Martin Bormann, told a
television audience here this week
that he lived in the lulled Stalls
for 20 years, seven of them in New
York Cltj
The mjpeCt, who identified him
elf to Guatemalan authorities sa
idan Kalei no ktartinei
riant carpet i his
temenl to police in
lilt, in h ision
He said lhal in
k Pity, h- lived
Side ol Mai the
l-Divis'oi He
I he recalled a Jev
tiled n.....
The Israeli Embassy hre em-
phatically denied either that
there were any Israeli com
f ont:nued on Paoe 6 A
PRIME MINISTER ESHKOL
JERUSALEM (JTAi Prime
Minuter i.evi Eshkol, speaking not
Onl) as Premier but llfO as Israel's
Minister of Defense, proposed lues
daj thai Israel and Egypt cam
out "reciprocal reductions'" of their
troop concentrations on each
other's borders
(At the same time. Egypt pn -i
dent Gamal Nasser announced he
would dose the entrance to the
Gulf oi Aqabl to all shipping under
Israels flag, as well as to any
foreign shipping destined for Is-
raeli Port of Eilat Both the United
States and Great Britain simul
taneously warned Egypt not to
close the gulf to Israel shipping, de-
claring the gulf to be international
waters. The V. S. also warned all
American citizens to leave the
Middle East.)
Eshkol addressed the Knesset
at its opening summer session
here. He told the hushed house
that he was speaking "with corn-
Continued on Page 8 A
NO GENERAL MOBILIZATION
Israel Takes Measures
To Meet Arab Buildup
Dispute Widens Over
Reform Viet Policies
M 'A YORK (JTA) The dis
pute hi tw -en the i ni >n ol Vmeri
rew i o Dns. the
I ol Hi I
atioi s and I nu El
Ken York, the lai I form
tion in the world which
withd xll< '''
was wdened til I
hem
:! I'AHC :r.-\<- its new < hai Res
ttei from president, Irsing
sas i ity, which was
ent to .ill member congregations
The Utter charged thai the
bad opposed "manj
dynamic and important programs"
he past .
resolution joining ith the n si
of I hi Jewish community in sup
portii t the establishment ol a
Jewish Commonwealth in Pales

In disclosing the withdrawal.
Iminv-El president, Alfred
Bachrach, charged last month
that the UAHC president, Mau-
Continued on Page 16-A
BUSK DOESN'T ANTICIPATE WAR
JERUSALEM 'JTA) The
Israel Army spokesman said this
week, in a special communique,
that Israel had "taken approrriate
measures' because of Egyptian
troop concentrations in Sinai These
wen described as the heaviest
since the Sinai clash in 1956 Life
proceeded at its normal pace
through Israel
NO details were given on the
nature of the "appropriate meas-
ures" hut it was believed there had
been a callup of some reservists but
no general mobilization Israeli
officials were reported a< remain
ing convinced that there would not
be anj significant changes in the
present quiet on Israels Egyptian
borders bul that the precautionary
step- were considered desirable to
cope with any Egyptian surprise
move of a prestige nature "
There was widespread belief
that President Nasser of Egypt
did not want a confrontation at
this time with Israel and that his
moves were aimed at reasserting
his role as Israel's most implac-
able enemy a role preempted
by the radical Syrian regime. Ex-
perts here said that Nasser would
need all of his armed forces for
a ma,or blow at Israel, including
the 50,000 trooos now involved
in the undeclared war in Yemen.
PAGE 11-A
In another
was rep
i i.in,i-.i
developnu
to ha> i ''''I '
IN Truce Supi i
Hungarian Refugees in Good Adjustment
NEW YORK (JI a The
suits of a study of Jewish Hun
Parian refugees settled in New
York in 1957. showing that they
have made a remarkable adjust
ment in the 10 years since thej
arrived without funds or po
s:ons after fleeing across the Hun
garian border during the Hungarian
revolution of late 1956. were re-
ported here this week at the annual
meeting of the New York Aasocia
tion foi Nets Americans, a bene
enC) of the tinted Jewish
tppeal, by Philip Soskla, executive
director
Martin Kleinbard. who was ,,
elected to a fourth term as presi
dent, reported that NY ANA had
resettled 118.000 Jewish refugees
in the 1H yoars Mine the agency's
inception in 1049
The 200 families, representing
568 individuals, were picked at
random from the agency's 1957
files. They constitute 18 percent
of the 1,100 Hungarian families
aided by NYANA in 1957. The
agency provided homes, jobs,
training, financial assistance and
counseling. The s?udy showed
that 40 of the 200 family heads
had set up business establish-
ments which today provide em-
ployment for 200 persons.
Most ot the adults m the group
stud) had been in concentration ot
forced labor camps during the WBI
Hut the fact that almost all were
working up until the daj the) left
Hungary and that this was | phv
sically skilled and generall) well-
educated croup probabl) accounts
' for then adjusting faster than
jearlier immigrants from the dis-
continued on Page 5-A
PRESIDENT N*SSER
visioi '
both

bui i
I I >.

lion > a
I
1/VrSO ii i mili-
lai i i ell as of i
I to I for heavy
con-
centrations i bservi
,. prol sbl) refusi
the hi av) ai ms and troop coi
lr at ions ihi Sj i ians have placi
the border
The growing tensions found little
reflection in Israel In such major
cities as Jerusalem and Tel Aviv,
conditions appeared normal People
s.,t in cafes, lined up before movie
theatres and went ahead with rout-
ine shopping. Officials said there
Continued on Page 7-A
said
because of


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Frici
Prelate is Mum on Passion Play
M:lton Weiss tnght' receives an award from Federation s past
president. Joseph M. Lipton "for outstanding service and ex-
ceptional dedication as campaign chairman of the 1967 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal" at the 29th annual meeting of Federa-
tion May 21 at the Fontainebleau. (See story. Page 8-A).
1 <>\i><>\ The Rom-
IB ( atholic prelate, John I ardinal
HeeiMii look no official action
on a report b) members <>f hit
m'.\isorj lhal the Ober-
immergau Passion I'iay presented
;<\ Catholics m Manchester lecentrj
anti Semitic and wisrep>esenta
lion ol Ihc Goat* l si
Slater LouiacGBbriel and Dr
Patricia Keeff two momben of
he national commission appointed
by the Cardinal in 1965 to inrple
ment the Vatican Declaration on
the Jews, charged that the plaj
m direct 1) opposed to the spirit
>f the Vatican Declaiation after
thej listened to tape recordings of
it
Si-ter Louise-Gabriel -aid the
play presented Jews a- had.
strongly emphasized the role of
Tuda- and wa- likely to have a
prejudicial effect on the mind- of
children who watched it Specta
lid, i" ght ...ill' r thi minion on the
- impressi ,au1 tha. .. ,.,,,
i atholic Mi nking towa nai held the view t.
Jews Passion play could he
Christopner llollis, chairman of without appeal
dinal Heenans advisor) I'tic er'
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OFFICES OF DISTINCTION by PAVLOW
Rockwell Given
3 Mos. Sentence
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of Rockwell on the campus of the
University of California was ad-
dressed to the California Board
of Regents by Herbert F. Rosoff.
commander. Department of Cali-
fornia, Jewish War Veterans.
Rockwell addressed an overflow
ol students at the Santa
Barbara campus, necessitating the
ii- of loud-peaker- on the campu-
< ived a fee of $350 from the
San lUguei Club which charged 50
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' The position of the JWV, stat
ed Rosoff. is that Rockwell has
no 'constitutional rights to befoul
the caiuptu with his dangerous,
hateful provocations Rockwell can
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own followers and other- who
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breache- of law and order
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Meeting Also A Bon Voyage
Judaism Popular Again! Whj ins Federal, 1234 Washii
Ivi also served ;i- a bon vo
for members planning
abroad this summer, among them
Mr. ;md Mrs. Uoc I
Hostifig the \ir and
Mrs C Rubensti in.
" as the a talk bj Moe
Levii man on Sundaj
ral m< e( the (
n Branch Farband.
i he ren i | Wash
A. Show past president of Tern pit-
Tam;: was guest of honor at a dinner of Tii-
at week in Sklur Auditorium of the
temple Some 300 persons attended the dinner.
Shaw fcerved as president of Ner Tamid for
five yeqn and is now on the board of true-
tees al the 550 membership temple Left to
right are Col. William J. Harris, past president
of Nei Tami 1; Herman L. Shaw, chairman of
the board of trustees; Mrs. Louis Cohen, past
president of Sisterhood; Louis Cohen, execu-
tive vice president of Ner Tamid. Rabbi Eugene
Labovitz. and Shaw.
I NEF Exit Adds to Tension
Corrt nu*d from Pag l-A
v bassad i i ol the United
Si iles ': itain an I France al a
' asalem meeting He also lold the
lyi that Syria must beat full
rcspomubilfty fqr th- current ten
-1- >ti
I he I-racli view was th.it
station! ei I NEF units was
. dertak n, not .it Egypt's in\ u.i
lion, bur as a compromise worked
JVW Convention
June 9 to 11
In Hollywood
The : partmefil el Florida
e \ili,u\ Jew iti \ \ '
hold their annual con
. 9-11 il 'I i H
; Ralph Roof>k) is
,i |he lion Mrs
r.
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andcr
, Hi tx
th<
mi ;it the l \ to obtain Israi
withdrawal from territory it occupi-
ed in the 1956 Sinai campaign
I in- stationing ol the L'NEF
ps on the border was describ-
ed bj then President Eisenhower
as a "two-way contract." Israelis
fell at the time that tin- opening
ol the sea lanes at Sharm el Sheikh
to Israeli navigation was practi
the onlj benefit of their
. ictoi ious Sinai ill ive It was made
plain thai i -. lei c mid nol and
not tolei ate thi cutting <>i
this lifeline to Via and Africa bj
replacement of I NEF troops with
Eqyptian units
Ri poii- cei.' A .ii the t \
the i NEF troops bad I
withdrawn and that

a few I was
Ihdraw 11-. I Ml
iceifii de

AitHur J Goldberg, the chief
United States dele>- te to the UN
met with Th.int and Mid tint
t'-e two men hjd reviewed the
M'ddle East situation. Coldberq
s^id he had assured Thant th.-t
the United States would support
any UN action required to keep'
the peace
He also disclosed thai the l nited
Stales had made diplomatic rep
resentations to all nations concern-
ed on the growing Middle Hast
crisis and that thi- t s Mission at
the IN was carrying on talks with
all member states .lust before Gold
and Thant had their meeting,
the Secretarj General had a 30
minute talk with Ambassador Giden
Rafael, the Israeli chief dele
who iiitriat"'i Israel's pledge "nol
to start hostilities
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"ID K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher
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Volume 40 Number 2J
F:.day. May 26. 1967
16 IYAR 5727
Tense View Of
Possibility of War
"r.i- United States war:
<-:.zzr. citizens lo quil the M
nations,
:s proof
n

A.'-d -.- t tglon s
tor the S
does net necate th to
prss !cte V.'
~mjrjllity of wars 8J

rr of the
n ri|
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*.'.: 'pr's dema:.
-,-f-r la auil G--
tormticncl debate n
i Hamer somt second thouahts
r^pect to the world's det^r-
daOB BOt to s*e a new war &:
on th '"'e of rhe ear*h Th^nt's
.al okay may very well have
Nasser that no r>r.f really carea
v. -'-;her or not th** Arab forces take
Israel ;n their loner-threatened
.d round Thi s a danaerous cilculation.
Alreodv the U S. has warned th- Eavr>
But if our own aov*mnen* speaks loudlv
arries no stick, to what avail the warnina?
.'.'hat can be said at a time when the situa-
ticr. changes from moment to moment is that
JN had about as much right to leave the
area so preapitiously as Nasser has to order
blockade of the Gulf of Aqaba to Israeli
shippinq.
What also can be said, even at so early
:ge of the crisis, is that the Soviet Union
." ms once aqain to be playing devil's ad-
[te. Doubtless, Egypt's Nasser would never
onstrate the strength of purpose he seems
tc oe doing at this time if he were not sure of
Mcacow's approval.
The Soviet announcement Tuesday that
Hussians are prepared to back Syria and
:t all the way in their confrontation with
el seems proof enough of this thesis.
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icing upon this latest crisis as the other side
o: the coin in Vietnam. Once again, the Hus-
s are having everybody playing the dan-
cerous war game for their benefit.
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A Trio of Honorees
Temple Israel of Greater Miami will Friday
pay tribute to three professional sialf
members. Cantor Jacob G. Bomstein will be
- Tiored for his 15 years of service. Assistant
Rcnbi Morris W Graff and Edward Cohen,
acministrative director of the temple will be
hcr.ored for ten years of service each.
The special Sabbath eve dedication, creat-
oy Dr. Joseph R. Narot. spiritual leader of
Temple Israel, will recognize their contribu-
t.cns toward the temple's growth and leader-
p in our community.
But the recoanition accorded them will also
<-d praiseworthy liqht on Temp'e Israel which
has, throuahout the years, achieved a status
of stability in its conareaation. reliqiou* school
arid aifihate organization"* reflected in the long
f-.-.are of th3se professionals.
That Cantor Bornstein. Rabbi Graff and Mr.
Cohen are investing their energies and creative
ent in Temple Israel and its congregation is
indicative of their faith in the temple family
no less than the Temple's faith in them.
The Fndav ninht service will be a fitting
recognition of both the temple's qratitude and
the professional achievement of the trio of
hone
The American Jewish Press
The period of May 22 to June 17 has been
selected this year for the observance of Ameri-
can Jewish Press Month.
This period is being highlighted in 1967
by the scheduling of the 1967 convention of
the American Jewish Press Association in
Israel on May 25 to Juno 4. Durinq this historic
"first" for American Jewish journalism, news-
papermen from throughout America are gather-
ing for a rare experience of observation and
study of the Jewish State, whose ongoing story
has been a steady highliaht in periodicals
throughout our nation for the past 19 years.
At the same time, the Association takes
this occasion to crvstalize the aims and purpos-
es of the English Jewish press to maintain a
free, vigorous and vital Jewish press in our
pluralistic society.
The English-language Jewish press expres-
es the aims, goals and aspiration of American
J^wrv for a free democra'c America. It mirrors
the Jewish organizational life in our communi-
ties It rejects the contributions of Jewish leader-
ship to the reliaious, cultural and social life of
the qeneral community.
It is concerned with the continuity of Jud-
aism, the advancement of the heritage of our
Jewish faith and the encouragement of every-
thing that is aood and true in th well-b-ma of
Jewry everywhere, including the Stale of Israel.
The Fnalish-lanauaae Jewish pres? m
America should continue as a vital force in each
American community acting as a unifying
force for all of them.
Memorial Day Tuesday
We -oin the Jewish War Veterans and the
communty at large in marking Memorial Day
on Tuesday.
At c time when American boys are laying
down theil lives in the war in Vietnam, and
when the distinct possibility exists of yet anoth-
er war in the Middle East, we pause to take
note of the sacrifices our m^n and women in
the Armed Forces Mve made throuahout the
troubled time* of the twentieth centurv
From the Arqonne to Haiohong. our soldiers
have aiven unstintindv of themselves, too
many in ertreme sacrifice, for the principles
thir nation holds dear.
We will remember them on Tuesday.
Headlines Again
By S. J GOLDSMITH
London
Ernest Bevin is in the newt
again He refuses to die Like
John Brown in that famous son?,
his body is buried but hi* soul
maiches on The second \olumr
of Alan Bullock s trilogy. Erne>t
Beu- Jii- Life and Time-.' ha>
just appeared and reopened the
argument The saea i r'>
brought up to IMS, and the (He
it ion nf the war t'me coa
under Churchill, ir when K
Bevin terved a- Minister of La-
er of the U
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Few Notes
Bi vin left no diai
privati papers \
Mi
dur
Uig the *ai. a- K \ ; :.oth-
.r menbei of th wai
I'm in could neither r.u-
a fen notes which
matical and
or read N i left only
hi* choice "i oral evidence i*
rather He makei little
u! Berii hates, rayes. rudeness
and intolerance When somebody
remarked thai \ irin r. ... was
!.i- worsl i DCBBJ Bei ir. r>
N '". while I jrn around He
accused treat l^bor leaders men
like Herbert Morrison Bmanoel
Shinwell and Lord Citrine, of
"nagajuii, yuislin< pelicies Man
Bullock for fives everything
But Bevin had intuition, wa* a
natural lender of men and an in-
spired organizer on a crand scale
IL- gave a lifetime of service to
the trades unions and won their
uplete trust He mobilized
Britain's manpower toi the war
nd hind a detailed de
mobilization plan for peace He
wa* no doubt a ureat Ministei "f
I sboi and some ever claim
he v.a* also ;i : real Foreign
tarj Vlsn Bullock has nol
bed 'hi- period m Bevin's cs
m what we read until
* esns to th nl
r of les* biased
judges of political form
Personal Yardstick
where we part com-
Perhaps Bevin wa a great
Minister of Perhaps hr
w.i- !* u jn al Foreign So i
tar) Hi* impact on the war and
hi- beneficial contributions t" the
advance of the working liaSSCI l-
not In dispute, but we Jews ar--
entith il ude and
our own yardstick: There li
thing nee in this
The Emperor Titus is recorded
in history as a uood kinu and a
IB It i- said Of nun
then t m his life
with 11 deed "i et in Jem
lafa tradition he is known
ba, which n i
Titus the Wicked Foi he de
stroyi d the Temple and la d Je
rusalem waste I his i not en
peculiarl) Jewish The British
look al Napoleon from their own
angle and do not accept the
French version
We do not have t<< apolofl
for our attitude to Bevin It was
he wt. made a frtmnndoua effort
to crush the Jewish National
Home and strangle the Jewish
i" its infancy He dTd
succeed, but he had a good try
And he was a formidable enemv
Nor would it be tenable that a'
this belongs to the past It doe-
no: It is very much the present
Destroyed Peace
K ;hard Crossman, one of the
nasal perceptive Labor leaders
the man whom Bevin put on the
Ingle American Committee ofin-
qu r\ to no ni hHdin? and (ened
the side of Zionism told
US tl The evil men
r them Bevin i< -
troyed foreve
',il r. lal
i and Arabs r ,:
a M-
far, but Groshman i- pj:> i ;
a- the next few
; r.(d

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ndow of a
\
S

el i st t ha I
li anti-S
right to
b
; i
ce a pre rence or.
Europe after the war To a
'v fair and sti ward
Br'
l-h contribul lo 1 SRB \ I
bar- following anewc
will be lHiked Bi
he !i nui.; not push then.
- '. > lo the head of the (I'leue
I did not mention Jean In
question If this is not the talk of
an anti S mite what
Violent Anti Somite
Another less offensive but
all; teilinf remark of Bei
also reveals the ignorant and vir
ulent anti -Semite inside the lj
tic an He told a I jbor
conference at Bournemouth, in
June 1946 With Whitechapel
Jews I always cot on Why there
wa- '. over Pale
ection I went down
to W ipel and fixed it up
with the Jews He was referring
II : nt vears earlier, when
Easl End Jews refused to vote La-
bei ause of !>>rd Pasafield s
Palestine policy
This is the talk of an al
nite One knows the genus
when (':. comes across it T!
exampiea of Be.
nti Semitism, such as h -
the interfering
' Of New York I -e. : I I
have been destined to collect
anti Semitic remark- I
nber one speech ol
h s on Palestine or the Middle
w.ihout a couple of th
bis la the Una I
member Hevm as we Jews
him Alan Hullock is entitle*
his rieu and so are we
Ranks With Titus
Churchill kept Bevin in eh
as far a> the Jews were con
Ha could not rarj well trust
the Jewish Brigade once Choi
ill had decided that it mu-t
A ChuTchiilian mi
OVerceaaa any opwaoHmr
from Bevin and the I b
of Staff Bui under \r.. a "
the 1049 elections, Bet in had
pleti over foreign affan
and he used it to try and de
li wish people bs daetros
the reality and the dream of t
National Home The Jew- i
sun that he should fail This d
not make him less of an SSM
After all. Hainan also failed
In Jewish history, Bevin n<
rank with Titus as < 1
will rank with Cyrus.


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Held Over For
Third Term
gation Anshi Ernes will
h. nor Emanuel Ku> i
serving a third term as i lident
testimonial dinner al the syn-
.i Sunday beginnini
C U p ni
Koshelewitz, before coming to
Miami, was active in the Sons of
Israel Synagogue and the Young
Israel of th' Bronx, N Y
H it p*il president of the Ntw
York Letter Carriers, en organiz-
er of tht Jewish Postal Workers
Welfare League, and a life mem-
ber of both organizations. He is a
member of the Masons.
Cmst speaker for th*- evening
will bv Rabbi Avroffl L Drazin,
spiritual leader <>f Israelite Center
Synagogue In conjunction with the
testimonial, the eoBgregation will
celebrate the 19th birthda) <-f Ii
n el
Entertainmenl will be pres
bj i antor Paul Deutsch. ol Hallan
and William Skyler, sii
Irving Sperling, chairman ol the
nittee, will at t as toast i
assisted r> Max fl I. co
chairman Joseph Plcus
nnan *r, In chai l the
dinner
ionjinued from Page 1 A
placed persons camps of Europe,'
the repor;,*t#'ssod 'It was also a
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dulls under 2J and only two over
SO
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lupporting in less than four months.
II p rcent ol these wen i
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seven percent required aid
the i nd ol the year, and these
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or widow with small children. The
stud) showed thai BO percent of
h ad ills had gone beyond lemen-
including 4t univei t Ij
wit h some ci
trainn 1 inlj two ol the nun and
thi nking women wei e
I thret were pro
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es hi 34 wci
minor ma at
nd 79 wen skilled oi s
Altl "i the '" wcoi i
all were liti ral i
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Graff, assistant rabbi, and Ed-
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Martin Bormann
limmri Cohen
lokki Greff
Center lernitein
owned a weel one tirr.-
papcr> and Uh \-
He has served as editor of the
Quarterly of the National Associ
ation of Temple Administrators,
is a member of the national
board of that organization and
serves on two committees of the
Union of American Hebrew Con-
gregations dealir-T with inter
congregational relationships. In
Miami, he has been chairman of
the Communal Services Division
of the Combined Jewish Appeal
?or the past three years and on
the welfar committee of the
inter faith Agency for Social Jus-
tice
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mandoes involved in the nrtBlcl j
tenure or any other Isre-
volvements in the case. T> Em-
bassy. commenting on preu .e.
ports of Israeli parties
said "Israel has no jnte ;
Mart n Bo-mjnn Only Germany
is interested in him, tinct ,
had been convicted na
aemned by the Nurembe-j Wir
Crimes Tribunal."
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f # Page 7-A.
Season Ends With Social
an 11 :30 a m buifel lunc
followed b> caro -
home of Mrs M Sossin. 7.">17
-,,i a ass Avi Island
Emil Morten chairman o! the building com-
8 for Temple Emanu-El's new social Hall-
School Buildiuq in Miami Beach, points to new
arch:!ect's iendennq at committee planning
June 4 cotneistone-laying ceremonies. Looking
on left to riqhl ire Joseph M. Rose, pa3t piesi-
I, Max Bcaerman. president. Joseph Hotl-
man, Innna Srhatzman. Dr. Irvinq Lehrman,
-
Robert L. Bium, Harry Millman, Murry Koretzky
and Harry A. Levy. A bruncheon at the DiLido
Hotel will follow the cornerstone-laying and
installation of officers, both scheduled at the
temple. Samuel Fiiedland is general chairman
of the June 4 activities, with Harry Pearlman
bruncheon chairman.
Israel Takes Varied Measures
To Meet Arab Troop Build-Up
Continued from Page 1-A
of
were given the same point
view.
and British governments, he said.
bout I v mile- from the
. i \i Min blast in the same
,,i '.. n no on ** shoi ,
.. area dan a ed a irU-pImm- pole.
HUM i .ill-altliin- ,, ,, ,....,.....,
Observers said thai while these He.reported hat Britain was in
,The mo*s er relatively small and harmlest formed through di|
fell s that none of the ,,_,, ,.,,,,, ,h i-^i.
..,, o. Jerusalem Macka. Ih. ronld brlni an eecahv ,ae,s ,r R
lip ijon in .: -A o| irte EKyplioa troop received clarification ol i
oeotral and lhat what was views on Ihe current crisi
cui rwntl) a wi nerves mighl
i ruati aendi i l
..'. in l-i.i
l nile I latea
hat i! e e\t ol
. aj ad
Israeli observer* indicated a
tendency amorg officials to
discount he Egyptian troop con-
central ion and the declaration of
emergency status for the Egyp-
tian armed :orces as one largely
* ip service >n support of the
increasingly belligerent Syrian
regime. Experts here felt that
the Egyptian military moves
stemmed largely from repeated
Syrian protesrt about lack of
Egyptian support in recent Is-
raeli Syrian clashes, particularly
the land-sex an battle on Apr. 7
when Israeli planes shot down
six Syrian Soviet-made MIG lets.
Twi norc
this i ek botl '1 them neai the
ii hunter.
\n i c i hai
I roar II I
, ,,i the i Ministrj
here between Aryeh Levavi the
. ihe Foreign
Ministry, and Dimiti i Chu\ all
the Soviet Vmbassador t" Isi i
Raphael Cites
Dr. Unterman
During Saturday morning sen
ices al Temple Beth Raphael on
m.i\ ii. Dr. Isaac I ntei man was
presented with an honorary life
membership t.> Ihe temple bj Vbe
\ I'lfiiiit-i K-hkul anil Klian I In- ,,. ...
..... ,.,,,., U.i hit. ronnri-uatiiin president
Hnn'ign Minister told the < aotnet
inl> Syrian raaaatjnn "f en> \ noted Talmudic scholar, Dr
couragemenl .mil engineering "f Unterman has been .> membei
Binal Israel would re* Beth Raphael since it opened, and
duce Middle Ka-t tensions conducts a Talmud class in Ihe
A .11
state llagi were desi <
: this *( ek i>v unknown vandcls
mp \i.iti -.'liases. Kair Kassem
iffieials reported this
i Govern
menl schools The) were round t"
been lowered .mil n|>iH'il and
te II) insulted Poiiee opened
an investigation and it was report'
d that arrests were imminenl
i hi- situation a.- reviewed b>
i Cabinet in discussions
He reported he had sent in-
structions to Israel s diplomats
abroad to make that point clear
to the governments to which
they are accredited. The Soviet
chapel on Saturdays from to
|i in ih has frequent!) delit i
the Saturda) morning sermons
Dr Unterman is leaving for an
, uti i ded tour ol Israel in June

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    Friday Muy ?G. 1067
    Page 9<:
    '67 CJA Told Goal $40,000 Shorl As
    500 Gather for Annual Meet
    .1 UK- in
    Ovei 900 communit) lr.id.i~ raking a prominent place on the andoned Montreal and
    gathered al the Footaincbleau evenin *i li .-. the plection Miami
    Hotel foi the 20th annual meeting ol Leon Kaplan, Miami attomej n .. ., ,, ,
    and closing dance of the Greater i I.....' 1968 pre.....nt of the Gr, ,""' "" "'"'"' "'
    M.ami Jewiah I-.....ratio.......i.e. Miami Jewish Kederation Z".......... "....."
    Combined Jewish Appeal on Sun ,,. ,
    dlv niuhi '" ""-''i' the two year Joseph \i Upton presented
    '.,.,' ... lam ,.,. presidential term ol Joseph \l hun with .. bronze and walnut
    Milton Weiss Off CJA cam ,,,.,.,. preMden( ... Dade Keder.l plaqu...... behall ... the office.
    ':,:..n chaian' ,".1'1 ^";'\,h;" ......i Loan Association. executive committee and board ol
    In his final address to tht Miami ''"'""" "' ,,,' Greater Miami
    Jewish mmunity, I ipton cited ,ewwh Federation
    .everal .>i Federation's advance Carl Wfeinkle delivered -
    paid him thi high tributi of sin
    i' i admiration vt ith tin- pre i n
    ' t wli ol ;i in ||)e
    I feel very humble aid Rosi
    ' li.in .ih.l \ n \ p. mill
    have ben here it isn't uivch t<
    I in.in to Blake i many friends in
    i "
    \l '< presented awards were
    M.lton Weiss < .1A campaign chair-
    lo.epii M Upton, past presi-
    denl of Pederatlon; Mrs Jesn c
    I ehman, tampaign chairman of
    1 i \ Wocnbn'l Division, and Mrs.
    ard .1 Trim and Harry B.
    Arthur S. Ros.chan. (thud from ritjht'. Gr<
    Mui.iii Jewish Federation's executive director,
    stands surrounded by the many who bestowed
    him wilh honors at his testimonial dinner on
    Sunday niqht at the Fontainebleau Hotel. Left
    to right are Robert P. Forman, assistant exo< u
    to nght are Robeit P. Forman, assistant ex.
    Federauon-CJA leader. Joseph Kanter, UJA
    national chairman; Dr. Irving Lehrman, spin
    tuul leader. Temple Emaun-El and former CJA
    campaign chairman. Joseph M. Lipton. Federa-
    tion past president; and Ffraim Gale, executive
    directoi, YM and WHA.
    Nasser Blocks Aqaba Gulf
    Continued from Pag* 1 A
    plete confidence in Israel's de-
    fensive capacity and her stead-
    fastness" and expressed" rediness
    fastness" and expressed "reedi-
    ess at this hour to participate in
    advance peace in our region "
    Reciprocal reduction of the troop
    concentrations, said Mr. Eshkol.
    would constitute 'in endeavor
    to ensure continuation of the
    quiet that has prevailed on the
    Israeli-Egyptian frontier for the
    last 10 years, and would be a
    concerted international effort to
    outlaw terrorism and sabotage
    against any member state of the
    United Nations."
    "If Egypt recalls her r.
    Is. a< i i frantic.. he
    P|,(l aril) do likewise
    The < i m i ,,, cording t<>
    the General lasembl) resolution
    of 1051 a/ai i" contribute to peace
    in the area I ence m
    areas, and the duties it performed,
    Were doubtless a |>ositiw fa< I
    EahlUkl told I'jrl.ament that he
    fouml perpl, .. |ir, (,,
    tats action bj ( sited Nations Bee
    retary-Gcneral I Thanl la on
    form .it met to Egypt's request
    for withdrawal >( the li
    tions Km. ; gen. > I .ii
    1 Id Mr Eshkol "was
    a pa.'
    m<
    ol tin rim betv.ee. I
    i i'.ut th.- 5
    demand lignifj a weakening "' the prudence In the present situation
    United Nations'role as a guardian Shimon Peres, vtr Ben-Gurion'i
    of the peace The late Secretary- co-leader of Rafl, was expected to
    General would consult with his
    'although the event was to hav.
    \.. t ,i urn -1\ i loseil (he 1067 ( i \
    ili a e, there is no \ ictorj to ,- ai
    nounced because the goal had not
    yet in. ii reached
    Weiss s.ini that the projected
    ' campaign funds to be raised Ii
    .is ii they would fall short ui the
    goal by M0,000
    "If you iirtj as disturbed as I
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    Friday May 26. 1967
    Israel Tourism Vigorous,
    Expert Antman Says Here
    M I I is one
    -.,1 to
    people ol jll denominations, is
    i -in. i re cons iction ol Naftali
    \'i man direi tor m the Tour>
    i-- Department, Pai tourist Lid .
    and Toui si tgencj l *-t
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    the
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    jm ii |v>--i!ii\ oae
    o tin Israel,
    i rx U s Ive somi ol the im-
    is i at the
    i enl
    The Land of Israel attracts
    denominations. Antman said
    here this week, because it is
    the scene of Divine Revelations,
    hoejM of the People of the Book,
    tcckground of the marvels re-
    . tded in the Bible, and is held
    .cred by Jew and non-Jew,
    * ke.'
    i this countrj "' promotion
    ' r foi Panteui ist t< assist and
    aura I rists ftoinj to Israel,
    ii t coming to the I mted
    tntmai h i i d ]
    and I
    Before < onting to Miami, he \ is
    - went in Ii
    to the
    PATA convi ntu n in Seattle
    urn i in- was m conlaci
    mith ... travel agent
    American and foreign
    i otto ha De>
    Fi anciaco. L tngeles Atlanta
    ai >i Um i! Miami Beach t<>i a
    k'enlion ol the Confedeiacion de
    Organizaciones Turisticas de la
    America Latina Beamed mainly
    to the Lai American countii*->.
    the gatl: rinj fi tm Ma) 21 to 26
    .i" tiiv first held in DaoV Count)
    \j..im tiching ofl the man) .it
    tractions <>i Israel, Antman refer
    red to tiio mild climate and the
    man) modern accommodations for
    tourists Then he added "We
    hav< n.-w hotel-, with both high
    and middle class accommodations,
    and more are being constructed all
    the time
    "Transportation is constantly
    being developed, and this applies
    to travel into, out of, and within
    the country. Facilities and serv-
    ices are being improved stetdily.
    Guides are highly cultured, is-
    tciligent and multi-lingual, of
    course.
    The.. knowledge enables ruin
    to interim t to the lot i i.-t the his-
    torical, theological, i ......
    ami religious values ol the pact as
    < ,1 ,i- ol the modern wai in Israel
    \- n>r the mi lenl threat Ol
    in the Middle Basfc ^EjUaan noted
    that "Israel haa had > diMeull
    tune with her Arab neighbors ever
    indepeodenee
    "There have been crises in the
    past and. for the mo.st pan. they
    e/ere :l\^ .> > resolved short of hos-
    tilities We trust that thta ii i
    mm Israel look- forward to vig-
    orous and happ) tourist season this
    summer, which should open shortly
    and without any problem whatso
    e\er
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    REPORTS TO HOUSE COMMITTEE ON FOREIGN AFFAIRS
    Rusk Says He Doesn't Anticipate War
    V. VSHINXI TON (JTA
    i larj (ii Slate Dean Rusk told
    Ihe House Committee on Fon
    \ffairs that he did not anticipate
    war in the Middle East but
    thai it was necessary lo urge rca
    on ^11 na'iona conci i ned t"
    Inhibit action thai could tri
    . i e (plosion
    One implication ol the Secre
    ;.i > i comments appeared lo be
    that Israel should not tut back il
    further Syrian backed sabotage took
    i in Israel
    It was turned jfttr the com-
    mittn? session that Rusk doubt
    ed Egypt would involve itself in
    a major clash with Israel now
    because of the Egyptian involve-
    ment in Yemen. The Secretary
    was seen as believing Jordan and
    Lebanon wanted peace to avoid
    overthrow of their governments.
    Syria was understood to be con
    sidered by Rusk as irresponsible.
    he I ited State s Sixth I
    rle I to havi |. d a
    it that
    countr) request
    S\i ian diplomats madi I
    wild charges this week h i |
    m< nt- io l N and t S official-*
    i n, the Sj an n
    Ihc t \ warned II
    Securit) ( ouncil that .1 Sue/ ij pe '
    <>f crisis was developing in Ihe
    Middh East and su :< stcd thai ihe
    al Intelligence Asencj and
    Ihc I s Sixth Klecl were involved
    in .1 conspiracy" against Syria
    lln l nited Stati did not bother
    omm< nt directl>
    Caleb Kayali. the Syrian Em-
    bassy charge d'affaires, accused
    the United States of encouraging
    an "imminent" Israeli attack on
    Syria He made the charge im
    mediately after meeting with
    Lucius Battle, the Assistant Sec-
    retary of State for Near Eastern
    Affairs. Kayali said he rejected
    an appeal from Battle to halt
    incursions into Israel by Syrian-
    based sabo'eurs.
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    0 so He said that Syria < 1 i not !" lie e 1 hat Israel's plan
    i ne a Ltression' against Syria
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    AGoDATH ISRAEL 7SC1 Can.ie Aye.
    Othooos Rabbi Isaac Ever *
    AMAVAT SHALOM CO\GEGA
    TION 85 SW 17th v O'thodoa.
    Cantor Morns Barr
    Si
    ANSME EVES M33 SW th Ave
    Con*erv.vtive Etnanu.l K ,.%*e svitl,
    president. Cantor Sol Pakowit*
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    ETH OAV'D .:.' BWSrflAv* Co"
    Mrvat \- Rabbi Soi Lanoau. Ca-itor
    w Mian w l mor

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    Rabbi Solomon Sch ft
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    IE'h iSRAtL "0 4Cth St O'tho

    jjEf- COB T- v\-.------ tvt
    OrthofOS Pl!t" =- ",il- T
    5 -sky Ca-tc- Maurice Mamehei

    ETH K0Dc" s ... .- *v
    Modem Traditional Rabb Va
    SiJP'rn C -to' r nantin Rn An
    Or Orthodox Mabbi Alexander 5.
    Orcse,
    in Mlii'

    HOLLVWOOD TEMPLE SINAI tJO*
    Johnson St Conservative Ratb*
    David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah
    Heilbra>>n
    SRAELITE Lt .Ti R "75 SW Rth
    St Consrrvat if tat-bi Aviom I.
    Drjun. Cantor V\ iham B Nuseen

    JACOB C COM '. COMMUN T>
    b'NAooour" 1512 Washington Awe
    Orthodos Rarir T,bor M. SI'"
    CantOr Meyer t ngel.
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    KNESETM ISRAi L I41B E ..c *.-
    O'thodjs Rar-h. David Letirt I
    Lunt i I |n Sf *
    ViNVONAIREb SVNAGOC. I
    Biro P(l traditional V-.
    W rtmchin, president. Cantor Lous
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    TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI.
    Temporary office. '' NE ?2nd
    Ave. Reform. Rabbi Ralph Sing tie.
    Cantor Chet Gale
    Pi Ula W iblntrtni
    \'E : Si \-s
    rdaj i. mi Pa* Mlta
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    TEMPLE ShuloM -32 SW Iftll Ave
    Pmnmmn* -Cac Ccnaervative. Rab-
    bi Morris A Shop. Cantor Leon
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    Ave Conee'vat .e Rabbi
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    VOLNG ISRAEL OP GR' '
    AMI o-o Nl si
    R.ibbi st'*m Btaubei
    Pmc.is Amof
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    ta i Porush
    ^ oi. Eurlld Ave Or- 0HEV SHALOM (11 Norman.. D-
    i Joseph E Rachovsky Orthodox. Habb. Ph,r-as .:
    man.
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    SEPHAPD C JtW Sm CENTER 64?
    Coi-ms Ave Rev Canter S.io .an
    mlaa,
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    n LHt SYNAOOOUC H1S1 M-
    oth A.r o-^- nc Rabbi i
    ' Caolan

    ''N RAPHAEL NIV -sird St 'EVPLE ADATH ^ESHiRiN Con
    . C(.n'vi' vf _.. Mai Lip
    sch t|. Cantor Jacob R'"i"


    I
    r
    THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
    Awake People
    Will Read Bibli
    E m VO^ME CONGRFr.AT is
    '3630 W D'Xie Hv.v Conservat ve
    for"-, it v- Pabhi Harold R'chte*
    Cantor Jacx Lernef
    -,-jtrd" in co-
    '-. the Greater Ml-
    mi Rabbinical Am iti n
    Cooi of featu-ei a/>-
    [r,.- | r-- :<
    I>R MAX UPSCHITZ
    - f Br:*i T. rah
    \ rtli MumM
    CUBAN MFBRFW CONGREGATION
    nr VAMi '147 Wash noton Ave
    Orthodox Rabbi Dov Rozencweig.
    e
    CT L', PFRDAIE EMANU El. <0'
    S Andrews *( Reform Ribh
    Richard M Leviton Cantc. Jerom.
    K lement.

    FT LAUDERDALE TEMPLE BETH
    ISRAEL 547 E Oakland Park Blvd
    Rabbi Philip Chaiton Cantor Theo-
    dore Mmdich
    ' Nl IPSrd S1 Miami
    G.irdens Rd Rail Miiton 8chlinak>
    a": Mar-r Neu

    T| MPLE BETH AM '-O'O N Kendall
    J- s. Miami Heform
    "I Ha .' ,; -d Cant, I
    Km
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    lALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER
    26 E Hallandale Beach Blvd. Max
    J Weiti officiates.
    HEBREW ACADE'4>
    rCabhinieal television j~ rogrants
    May 28 t'h 10. 11 a m The J< wish Worship Hour
    i Abramowiti Temple Menorah
    May 28 Ch 7 10 a m 'Still Small
    Host Rabbi Eu. i dc l
    Guesl Rabbi Ralph K
    A TASTE OF HEBREW
    relented* by THE TARBUTH F&UNDATI0N FOR THI ADVANCEMENT OF
    HEBREW CULTURE end the AMERICAN JEWISH PRESS ASSOCIATION
    Editor: Dr. Shlomo Kodesh
    Do you vre HawJ sometimes?
    I -j* h.in yeslt
    He .amc to Imn ofltct.
    m.iv. i. he? Where doei he work?
    Me svorked m a rettauranl
    he Joes not work (here un\ rm re.
    V\hv'' I* there no wo k there
    anyn
    ^'cv. but he haJ to take :i
    He received a letter from Haifa.
    His mother is ver> tick.
    I am sorr> lo hear th.v I ihmk ih.it
    be can get work in Haifa, ukj.
    Yes but he does not like to wo I
    in Haifa in a restaurant.
    He seeks more interesting work.
    Every kind of work is interesting.
    I vt-rvone should love his woik.
    I think so. too' But David does
    not think that way.
    ?- .-K D'lSJJirt -er- --K
    i*-r rr^- "\r?t *'* "? K""
    TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY
    WOOD ISSt S 54th Ave Reform
    Rabbi Sam,,el Jae
    ?4v0 Pmetree III I
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    Jefferson a.- Conterv
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    ^LE BETH SHOLFM of H-ilv
    voood. '?2l Monroe St Cc'
    Rahhi Morton Malavtky. Cantor Er
    "'st Stemer.
    e
    TES4PLE BF1 IV 4'44 Chasr
    Ave L I Leon K'
    Cantor David Co"-.-r
    :

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    TEMPLfc BtTH TOV 64-,(t SW Btn
    St. Conservative Raht'i Simon Ar i


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    TEMPLE B NAI SHOLOM 1M00 N v\
    22nd Ave. Conservative Cantor
    Abraham Reisem.in
    I
    BY RABBI MILTON SCHLINSKY
    Temple Adath Yethorn
    i in this h, w ci
    portion oi Torah that I am sure
    many would like to ski|> over it
    oi partii i
    larl) ,i pleasant
    M.h.i id that it
    triu of God's
    fortelling t h o
    people what will
    happen to t lu-
    nation Of Isl.nl
    if tht\ do not
    follow the com-
    mandments of
    the Torah
    We who an
    pmileccrl to
    live In
    and age have
    r n Toab. ScMimkv
    that the n in life is to
    that the mam pursuit in life
    are const
    bj am ice columns, b)
    even mediun
    i v ,! i i rx- hapi'v
    live, iiv' livt-
    If we havi any type of ;
    it : really i
    thl re Is really
    with us Actually
    At have is eithei
    wrong upbringing by our
    win. iiid not understand a
    forces ol which ha
    rd an unhralthy environn
    We lend to explain our ..
    I BUte if others do it so
    an only live once; tomorrow
    lx- too late; oi an) other exi
    can find V\i' have b-ctnu -
    loxu ated with the thin.
    happiness, we refuse to look
    Ij Thil i- what is wi
    Bet hukisia
    it is realit) to realise that i
    art- two sides 10 the com.
    who live In a dream w
    1 'ly wake up son i
    I: you u.int to sk,p this
    unii
    Ihe othi r and you jr.' a
    awake human being, you Will
    it well
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    sth speciaUsed In edw
    psychol "t'i shivah I
    y Loin whu h h,. was
    He Ihi
    eal studies at the Hadar H.
    Rabbinical Seminan in Brook
    ri.: of I
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    erman \| .1.,.
    Mayberg ar, ever} i I
    Is at a Bdnll
    thus allowing ev ryons lo git
    child a | |( wish edu<
    TEMPLE EMANU EL 'Tot Wah,n0
    ton Ave Conservatve R.ihbi Irving
    I 'h'min Cantoe Zvi Adler
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    TEMPLE ISRAFL OF GHEATFR Ml
    AMI. 137 NE 19th St Reform. Rabb'
    Joseph R. Narot
    e
    TEMPLE (SHALL OF MIRAMAR
    3500 SW 6
Rabbi Irwin Cutlae.
TEMPLE JUDEA 5O0 Granada Blvd
Reform R.ihbi Morns Kipper.
Mindlln, in<
TEMPLE MENOKAH. 620 7Mh St
Conservative R.ilim Vaver Ahram-
owitr Cantor Nito Frldman
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TEMPLE NER TAMiO HOth St and
Tetum Waterway Modern Trad,
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Can-
tor Frlward Klem.
|
T^MPL5 OR OLM Con.ervatiwa
B7M SW 16th St.. Miami Rabb.
Ralph G I x m a n Cantor Herman
Marchbein.
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Parents \-cc of II
rent* f Tors
nounce th,.
day .s,
Well as ., full) .,;,
ecular curricula
Tht school haa beei
offer the students religious
: le to thai i Yt
slm ath
Rabbi Abba Gehbei has been se
lected finalize all
Ihe *cho ,,) jrj
i mber Rabbi Gelbt r a grad
SYNOPSIS OF THE TORAH PORTION BEHUKKOTAI
ta|o^Jj '"l"^,'"" ^ws k HHds and ga
Hut ,f ye wiU nol hearkeo unto He I will brin* the land
""" ,nn -<' you wUI i icattar among the nation."
datV. 26.14. 32-33'
BEW KKOTAJ If y walk m My tfatlltas, and keep Mv
COmmandmenU, and do them, then Will I give you rams in ttuur
on. sad the land shall yield her produce, and the trees of the
Held shall Meld iheir fruit y, shall eat your bread until ye
have enough, and dwell ,., you, land safely .. And 1 will have
";""' untyo tnttUll. and multiply vou. and
h Hj covensnl with you But faf ". \e shall
'V,J''" Mv ltatut "' your soul abhor Mine ordlnsnces so
ye s,,a" 'li Mi commandinanu, but break Mv eme-
An.i'vou lm". .J!,'.11"' """>>""" for your sina
fh si 'Ton| "'1'""-. -"' will raw out
When they are m the land of their en, nues. I wlU not rt-jee.
heir (oi ri "U """""" "'"' ,h''m *' I ;"" l""1
which tE i^n T f" ',l*' S,-'U,"'S and ordinances and law-
mount 5i2 ?Ka mount Sinai l.y the hand of Moses" (Lev. 26 3-46).
tract.?V-Z?""?9 tH* W*-,,V POrt,on "" Lw
H.rit.Q. ?JV. s!jpo2 Th* Craphic M,*,ory ? J"1*
Yarfc ? si v o* "a'4""* 2' William St.. New

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Friday May 26. 1967
+Jm*rldh I kt fii.tr
Pag 13-A
Zionist Leader,
Louis Rudnick,
Dead Here at 73
OTNfff OfATMS SEC.
Louis B Rudnick. of 1445 Tnllo
A\i\. I'oral Gable', a past national
vic pn-sident of Um Zionist Or-
ganization of Amenca. died May
IS at the atfe of 73 Services were
Id on May 21 at Gordon Funeral
Mime and included Masonic serv-
Originally fn>m Brookline. Mass ,
Kudnick came to Miami 17 years
auo. was a life member of the
Zionist Organization of America.
ind chairman of the Presidents
oundl of the South Florida Dis
trie! ZOA
An active supporter of Israel,
he was a member of the board
of governors of Bonds for Israel
Committee and a founder of the
Hebrew University in Israel.
In 1966 \u '< lebrated his 50th
nd in the
year I
\ ird 'i sen
i ndered to Israel He was
: .

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tcadi i trustfi
ph I an-EI He w as al
if II
Miami I
12-
ll. ia iun it ed bj his w ife 1* i
Di loe| Hi
i Gal augh-
: lian Esthei Isaacson,
..: Fit* hi' is two brothers,
i. ookline, "id Edward
Manchesi : N il and three
i andchildren
Novelist Gold
Dead at Age 74
s\\ FRANCISCO 1JTA1
Michael Gold, novelist and plaj
wright, died at the Kaiser Founds
:. llosp.tal. in nearby Terra Inda.
He was 74.
Mr Gold's beat-known work was
novel, "Jews Without Money,"
epicttng tenement life on New
I'orfc'i Lower EJaal Side
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application of administrative prin-
ciples to voluntary and govern-
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Friday May 26
Between You and Me: By BORIS SMOLAR
ignon I va liable
In Translation \ow
YCU WANT
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Jew -
; ere he
f I
NJ8. he p irtraj -
w hether th<
re all nat

-h feelin
le oft* xotic and
irmth and
pss clearlv
lew s. wl know little <>r
Iheit
will

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the li mImli the I
till tl
Capitol Spotlight:
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
* Vriny" Surgeon
I JNITED STATES
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Burn Ci

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h 1956 Di n> si
helped -
1 i h
medn al skills tl the !' |
ieneral of the I
!( ed to rehabi i il the most pathetic
ualties >>f service in Viel N D Giladis :
nc> in restoral has been reca nized
or l*. S Army surgi of his unique
to weai the
>wn "l the US krmj
in Giladi has treated nol onlj napalm victim* acci
ilallv wounded b) theil own an support, but also the
.ca! Viet Cong inflicted high velocit) wounds from
ishot shrapnel and mines He wu sent t" the i
Stales bj the Israel Arm) to join the surgical re*
unit at Brooke Hospital, Port Sam Houston, Texas, which
hai become the world*! most advanced center for II
nient of napalm and other bums
Patients at Brooke are flown directly from the ail
evacuation hospitals in Viet Nam Most would have died
of their insidious burns if not for the special techniques
perfected at Brooke in response to the present conflict.
Men with burns covering as much as 60 to 70 per cent
of their bodies are literally resurrected by plastic surgery
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Drinking
Tea: Link to Japan
IT WAS VERY

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As We Were Saying. By ROBERT E. SEGAL
Integration Not Sole Issue in Schools
"FFORTS OF "
" vaudeville husband and wife team
i nment on publii school integration
with .> bid b) .i
coupU of dn lo fit ml ai
Venus Geoi
l.urleei Wallaci

v merit
with the propel late 20th
i nlury educatioi i ich
P esidi J himself I

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12'. vi
I :. Wot Id Wat li i
With much ol this in mind out judgi
and commisi >l education know deep in then (.
th it n how long it takes to
schcx "i how much cussedness
rge part of our popu
the qualitv "i 'i and eq
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Sov iel i nion and li i
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of improvement m trade relations and some i
offic profess lo discern signs ol .i
what differei t l e in the polil i
exampjf one high official mentioned that wl
ago Soviel communications after Syrian bordei
incidents warned Israel ol the due conaequeno
her activities as tools ((f American Imperialism, more
ix.nth similar notes warned Israel ol the dire
consequences should she act as a tool ol American
Imperialism i
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hoped for improvement of relations with the Soviet
Union. Foreign Minister Abba Khun plumed for
tries which I
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h> Finance Ministi i Pii B i| to
r-i in discuss plans for a liroad expansion
' Rumanian tradta
The first indication that not only i
Human rd to the visil ban roul
significance came when the Rui btii
I) welcomed the Israel dele
Bucharest airport Further indications oame
dailj A ihipping lion to assist discussions on the possibilit) <>f eatab
lishing a regular shipping Una between Haifa and
Constanta Next day. the dnector of the govern
meiit COmpanj engaged in building industrial plants
broad flew from Jerusalam to Bucharest He ami
followed by experts from the Ministry of Tourism
and from the Department of Civil Aviation, indicat
ing that the possibilities of tourut trade and of an
air agreement were also being discussed


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Jewish Floridian
I.anu. Florida. Friday. May. 26, 1967
Section 3
New Federation Prexy Kaplan
Has \otable Service Record
Elected this week for leadership service in the Miami Jewish
community were Leon Kaplan (left), as 1967-68 president ot
the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, and Norton S. Pallot
as 1968 campaign chairman of the Combined Jewish Appeal.
CJA is Dade County's major fund-raising organization tor
all Jewish causes and supports over 50 agencies locally, na-
tionally, and overseas. The CJA annual drive is conducted by
Federation.
Pallot is Named
Chairman Of
1968 CJA Drive
Leon Kaplan, newly-elected pres-
ident of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation, is a dynamic leader
who has (leveled yean of service
to the Miami Jewish community.
Kaplan was unanimously elect-
ed by 500 Federation members as
the 1967-1968 Federation president
at the 28th annual meeting Sunday
night at the Fontainebleau Motel.
"Leon Kaplan hat served Fed
ration in probably every phase
of its activities campaign and
leadership," said Jud.-je Irving
Cypen, annual meeting chair-
man. "He is eminently qualified
for the high position to which he
has been elected."
In accepting his new post. Kap
Ian told the assembled guests that
he is assuming the Federation
presidency "with full knowledge of
the many major problems present
in our communit)
As president, i see two tasks
which challenge Federation First,
wc are challenged to raise more
money annual!) Instead ol meel
Ing only minimum needs and -el
ting a goal geared to what we can
raise, we must set i goal aligned
to what we should raise
"And secondly, we must develop
our legacy and endowment pro-
gram There is tremendous value
in endowment funds "
Kaplan has been a participant
in Federation and CJA for 20
years, is present!) co-chairman of
Federation's budget committee
For the past 19 years a member
Of the board of directors of the Na-
tional Jewish Welfare Board la
Federation hcncliciarv agency),
Kaplan has jusl completed m\
\ear- of service as a JWB vice
president. He has also served as
chairman of JWB's field service
committee and Is currently chair-
man of the Jewish Welfare Board s
legacy and endowment committee
Kaplan is a former president
and vice president, respectively,
of two of Federation's local
agencies, the YM and WHA of
Greater Miami and the Jewish
Family and Children's Service,
and he has served as president
of the Jewish Centers Associa-
tion of Miami.
Membership of the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation also elected
Samuel N Fnedland as honorary
Continued on Page 2-B
Norton s Pallot, president of
Norton Tire Company, was select
ed Sundav night at the 29th annual
meeting of the Greater Miami
Jcwi.sh Federation to serve as the
li'fiii campaign chairman of the
Combined Jewish Appeal
Judge Irving Cypen, chairman ol
the annual meeting, announced
Pallot'l acceptance and expressed
the ho|>e "that Combined Jewish
Appeal would be infused with the
\ij{or and vitality uf youthful lead
eiship under Pallot > able direc-
tion "
Pallot served as associate
campaign chairmen of this
year's drive in conjunction with
George J. Talianoff, and will
serve as Federation treasurer for
1947-61.
Pallot has a distinguished record
of business and philanthropic sere
ice A Miami resident since 1924,
lie selves as president of one of the
largest tire dealers in the United
ststes He i- i member of the
board of directors of Dade Na
,1 Batik and is a director and
vice president o! the Biscayne
S.iv ingj and Loan Association
Pallot also served as president
of the board of d I reel A the
Better Business Division of the
Miami Dade Chamber of Com
liier.c
Pallot in ':'- rei enl asso ia
tiona with the Greater Miami Jew
ish Federation and the Combined
Jewish Appeal in< lude u r rent
service as secret.uv of Federation,
a member of Federation's execu-
tive committee and board of gov
ernOTS, recipient of Federation's
Presidents' Leadership Award in
19;4. chairman of Federation's
budget committee lor lttttti. and
co chairman of the Trades and In-
dustries Division lor the 1966 CJA
campaign
Pallot has al-o served n the
In.aid of two Federation agencies.
Jewish Vocational Service and the
YM and WHA of C.reater Miami
The I ruled Fund of Dade County
lists him among their most active
participants.
A member of the Scottish Rite
and Mahi Shrine, Pallot was wor-
shipful master of the Hibiscus
Masonic Lodge 275 nd served
as editor-in-chief of the "Crafts-
man," a Masonic magazine
Pallot is a 1947 graduate of the
University of Miami Married to
Gloria Mantel] Pallot. the couple
ami their three children liv,. in
South.Miami.
T_J jR, ID
I N E
Zamora Picnic
Annual picnic of Temple /.imora
Men Club will In- held on Sunday,
June 4 at Matheson Hammock
mam pavilion from 111 a m Bark
transportation and tood will
be available, and a complete pro-
gram has been planned
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur S. Rosichan. smiles blazing from a
night of tribute and honor, stand beside the biggest award
presented to them at the 29th annual meeting of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation a new car given as a gift by their
friends in the community.
tr ohm ft earn hvatitul
bridal vnsvmMv
\ robe ot lii
m on lace ovei 'on
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or White, pmk. P. S, AA $31
loor DOW MIAMI
(al all 6 Buidine's lore)
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Hadassah Group
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My ONLY Business is Tfcs
Butintt of Tfte People!
Throughout my campaign, I hava ad-
hered to one basic pledge. NORMAN
CIMENT IS PLEDGED TO SERVE ALL THE
PEOPLE OF MIAMI BEACH -not special
groups. My backing comes FROM THE
PEOPLE... my obligations are TO THE
PEOPLE! If you believe m sound construc-
tive, progressive city government, I urge you
to -STICK WITH CIMENTI
Join hands *or
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VOTE FOR NORMAN
TUESDAY, JUNE 6
CIMENT3A


Friday May 26. 1967
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Relaxing at the banquet held at the Fontainebleau Hotel after
Mount Sinai Hospitals successful Postgraduate Seminar are
Mr and Dr. Warren Sherwood and Dr. Stanley Frehlinq.
Dr Frehling is president of Mount Sinai's medical stait.
End of Season Meeting
Del .c Delanej < hapter Sal
Hemophilia foundation will hold
its i meeting at the Bella
Aire Hotel on Thursday, June 1
I noon Mrs Leah I dell is pn si
d ni
Who else
But CM
Boy-Ar-Dec
Could Create
Such Flapor?
Deep, rich, simrrered a"-
day" flavor' Delicio.is t.
t I spicea en-
r I ed with the Italian t
of pure o /e oil Great with
spaghetti, omelets, fish
meat louf, too!
HAVE SOME SOONI
What does a doctor do on a
night otf? He takes his wle
dancing at the Fontaine-
bleau. as did Dr. Charles 1
Binder, shown with Mrs. Bin
der at Mount Sinai Hospital s
Postgraduate Seminar ban-
quet. Dr. Binder was chair-
man of this year s seminar.
Dr. Lipschitz
To Install Slate
Friday Evening
Dr. Max A Lipschitz will install
.nut directors ol Beth
Toran Coi during late
Frida) services on June 2
Roster "i leeders for 1987 88 in
. ludei
Joseph Golden, president; Milton
Hornstein. Julius Gordon, Ray-
moiul Bookman, Saul Schreiber,
H> Kati Judge Arthur Winton, Nell
Shteir, vice presidents; Seymour
Ros< n, treasurer; Arnold stern,
Mrs Franh Hornstein, Mrs Carl
Zwerner, secretaries
Elected trustees are Robert Bau-
inohl Mas Breslov Frank Burg,
Dorfman, Jerrj Duell, Aar
on EinJeger, Matthew Etlinger,
\ii,ion Ft Fox Ernie
Ih i ni,in. Ernt si Janko, Ben Kai ;>.
Irving KutUer Dave Margulies,
Irving Newman Ben Newmark,
Nathan Ostrov, Abraham Schorr,
. !! Schwarzbi rg Louis Ta> lor
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Merwitzer, Rifkin, Rosen, Rabbi Gross,
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19-year historj ,i presidium, con
>i>ting of foui ,i- elect-
o replace the presidents offiec
't th' Hebrew Academj The four
member presidium was announced
l,is week following constitutional
. vision ol thi school's i>> laws and
lection procedure
Members of Hi,, presidium are
Louis Merwitzer. Jacob Rifkin,
Leonard Rosen, and Rabbi Alex
wider (iro^-
Merwitzer has served as presi-
dent of the Hebrew Academy for
the past five years and was chair-
man of the building committee
during the construction of the
new school.
Rifkin, ;i vice president of the
Hebrew Academy, has served the
-< hool hi various capacities lit- is
(sown tor his ext nsive activities
ind national and local religious
snizational life
Rosen has been affiliated with
the Hi bn m Icademj for the past
ten years, during which lime h
served .is chairman ol the board
if directors He is cut presi
dent oi Temple Menorah and i- a
leader in national Zionist and re
ligious endeavors
Rabbi Gross has served as prinei
pal of 'ho Acadi m\ Foi the past 18
years
Othes officers elected were Dr
David S. Andron, Harry Genet,
B. I. Binder, Morris Bienenfeld,
Jacob Cohen. Charles Frucht-
man, Jacob Kaufman, Joseph
Gonshor, Charles Kalb, Raymond
Rubin, and Wolfie Cohen, hon-
orary vice presidents; Samuel
Reinhard, and Oscar Mamber,
vice presidents.
Oscar S i Je
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or; loseph v'.ihen."financial secre
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In ing i-'i.t, l. general secrel
Zvi B< rgei i orrespondinj si
larj -"ni ,i Jerrj Scbecht i
sistanl corresponding secretarj
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officers, il' additional, members
v ere elected to an xecutive c
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policj making and govi 111111- bodj
Sen ing on the committee will he
Murraj Berkowitz, Andre B
lenki, Comm Irwin Christie \i 1
K.ihn Moses .1 Grundwerg In
Donald K.i-s pr0| 1,,,,. pj(
Julius San.I. Jerry M tti Dr
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Joseph M. Lipton. past president of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation presents an award of appreciation to Mrs. Jean
C. Lehman "for her outstanding achievement as campaign
chairman oi th Combined Jewish Appeals Women's Di-
vision.' The presentation took place at the 29th annual meet-
ing and closing dance of Federation and CJA last Sunday
night at the rc:.'^:nebleau Hotel.
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by ISABEL GROVE
Wonderful Mother's Daj pres-
ent tor Ma Porer uas the week-
she spent with daughter
Mil di : Syrai :-,. (Jniversit)
i I temperature
ttimulating for
.1 man) of Min-
di's te had known
heretofore onlj through li tters,
en attend< eral classes
steep hills >n the campus
i many stairs in the build-
s real cha lenge but she
them all in -" \
I] arrh in >ien long-
i j Joe,
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day, instead raised her to such a
pitch of happj emotion thai she
was still w slking on cloud 9 at
the <-i'.d of the week Firsl
came ati earlj evening long dis-
call from Mrs Sam-
uel Lands with the glad tidings
that the newspapers had announc-
ed thai young Martin i Katz had
pass< \.-w Tori Bar
Mrs Latvia, mother >f Marty's
!...arted in her ef-
cfa the young couple,
I ist had to insure the news with
Hi. this bit of
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'JewishFloridian
Friday May 26. 1967
Poqe 5-E
WOMAN DIPLOMAT DUE
Mrs. Fink to be Feted
At Hadassah Lunch
Israel's highest ranking woman
diplomat in the United States will
come to Miami to honor one of
the community's dedicated figures
in service for Israel
Mrs Dorothy Krieger Fink, life-
long Hadassah leader will be the
recipient of the State of Israel
Freedom Medallion at the liada
sah l.-rael ansiversary luncheon on
Monday, June 5. at the Fontaiiu
bleau Hotel
The award will be conferred by
Judith Beilin. who as Consul of
Israel in New York, holds one of
the most important posts in Israel's
foreign service The citation will
be conferred upon Mrs. Fisk "for
a life-time of devoted service in
behalf of he." community her coun-
try and the people and the land
of Isra
Mrs Fink whose communal in-
Is cover a v ide spectrum of
activities, describes herself as
"having been born into Hadassah."
Her mother was a founder and first
president of the Pittsburgh Ha
sah and was > ssociated
with Henrietta Szold in the early
days i>f the movement it was from
..it she firsl developed

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and g/oi
Another fine product of General! oods.
( I RIllll D KOSHER-PARVE
Mrs. Beilin
Mrs. fink
concern. Mrs Fink holds leader
ship roles as a member of the
Bureau ot Jewish Education, board
of the YM and WHA Ame'rican
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Mrs Fii irliamentariai
the Mian i Beach Chapter ol Ha
ng "inherited"
from her mother who ha i
held it all her years here
Mrs Beilin has held posts of the
matic importance
since the establishment of Israi l -
Stati ho "I Sh< has been serving in
her present role as Consul of Israel
in New York since 1961 She is the
widow of Harry Beilin, who until
his death in 1!>59 was chief of
protocol for Israel's Foreign Min-
istry Together, they hail served in
Denmark and in the United States
From ii>;!8 to 1091, the Beilins
participated in every phase of the
establishment and development of
modern Isra< I While her hu--
served as liaison between the Jew
ish Agencj and the British Mai
tory Government, Mrs. Beilin was
active in Haganah and also in the
founding of new settlements
The committee in charge of the
li i lassah Israel anniversary lunch-
ei n i- headed hy Mrs Henry B
Wernick, president of the Miami
Beach Chapter of Hadassah. and
Mrs Milton Sirkm. luncheon chair-
man All 21 groups of the Miami
Beach Chapter if Hadassah, n
nearly ri.oou member-, are
jointly sponsoring the event on
behalf of Israel Boi
wouldn't it
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said 1 m glad h- combed his hair
It was a classic remark of all
be greal Thai how I start- think of I'm the
who usuallj about thing*
l.kc that
Internatl. Group
Chooses Levin
working at Craftaman i Village.
Enjoys Working
Former Miami Beachr-
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x ilighl anal woman nor of Zone 10 of the Optimist In
whose home ia as warm and rel .. lUoM| u.vin who ,s ,,,
I enjoy working there M coming a> her heart, who fre-
.,>- Mrs Rosichan "Bui quentl) and most graciously en
aside from the pleasure I derive tertaina friends and her huabaod'i
It also serves another purpose I'm busineai associates in their home
stimulated during th. day, talking who constantly is called upon to
with peopl,. and busj So when I attend social function! m the com
get home at nighl and Art la still cunity. who loves her work, who i blub, and many otherJra'
working I don I mind being ..lone adores her chUdren thiaisClaira ternal organizations, he has beea
much I ... t.re.i content to Rosichan wife of the Great White of r>,de County foi
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The Officers ot the Hebrew Academy
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Sunday June 4, 5 P.m.
HEBREW ACADEMY
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CONGRATULATIONS I'M A GRANDFATHER?
Th;i

pink slip on tl
ourshon giving oul ith much
;,''''-:'" Carol i- ., grandmothci by the
1' bJ irn while I irshons
;i,n; V!"W 'n,:' tei Barby, and her hus-
band. Michael Mills in Houston. Tex
may.ud '" '" iuainted with K
Blythe, while Arthur hurried home to pass oul
cigars and get readj for the Hubert llumphrej
linncr
Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah secured its 5.000th member
at a recent brunch held at the home of Mrs. Jennie Grossinger,
where all new members and sponsors were invited. Mrs.
Henry B. Wernick. president of the chapter, presented Mrs.
Jennie Grossinger with a jeweled tree of life charm tor her
contribution in helping Miami Beach Chapter to obtain its
goal m membership. Mrs. Grossinger hosted the attair. Stand-
ing (left to right) are Mrs. Dorothy Kneger Fink, parliamen-
tarian; Mrs. Samuel Sakrais. regional past president; Mrs.
Grossinger; and Mrs. Henry B. Wernick, president of chapter.
Burdine's Aids Brides of Today
Tin- week, Burdine's and Stain-
eta Steel Producers ill help
brides discover today's attractive
new fashions m stainless steel Mo
longer typed as completely utili-
tarian, stainless steel > now avail
participate, customers need onlj
i'ili m ;i form with name, address,
and ;i favorite Oneida flatware
pattern, and drop it in a registra-
tion box in the Housewares De
partmenl of any Burdine's store
Miss Wright's schedule for ap
pearances .it Burdine's is West
Palm Beach, third floor. Thursday,
May 25. II am.: Ft Lauderdale.
third Hour. Thursday, Maj 25 3:30
I- m 163rd Street, lower level,
Thursday, Mas 25. 7 30 i> m Mi
ami Beach, second flooi Friday,
Ma> L'ti, ll a.in ; Downtown Miami,
filth floor. Friday, Ma) 26, l p.m ;
and Dadeland, second floor. Fri-
1 7 p m
A SILVERMAN IS A SILVERMAN
IS A SILVERMAN
'l lure is always something going on in the
lives oi the iwo Home tor the Aged Women's
Auxiliary Silvermans Mollie, who i- Mrs Sol
and Shan who is Mrs Laurence No relation
Mollie is wearing her shoulder in a sling, she
slipped ami fractured her shoulder But sling and
all. she was at the luncheon lhat Shan gave B<
the Algiers Motel It was a thank you to her
board of directors just before she was installed
for the seventh nine .,.- president of the Auxilarj
The party was not only for her board but for her
friends, as well. It was an afternoon of fun and
cards no invocation, no speeches, no askm-
for funds. Among those present were Mis Charles
Kruchtman. Mrs A .1 Molasky. Mrs. Ethel Green-
berger, Mrs Wally Segal. Mrs. Bertha Davidson
Mrs Joseph Michaels jr., Mrs David Levy, Mrs
Ann Stein. Mrs David Phillips, Mr- Max Nuss-
baum, Mrs Benjainn Steinmuller and Mrs Jessie
Urccnberg.
ARE THEY PROUD
Al and Le<> Berkowitz are excitedly getting
ready t drive to Durham, N t with daughter
Franeine for son Leonard's graduation from
Duke University. Brother Arthur, who i> a fresh-
man at Southern California, will fly in lor the
informed thai
'ved ., i : e->eai ,hip lo J
Hopkins in the f, rm .
THEY WERE ALL THERE
Eddie Woli son and Pi \\ ,..,.. u,.. .
their sister's h er Esta was a Wo
-';" '"" but i e Mrs Man Bialos she
Alan surprised Esta mother and had a fi
5" made fried chicken, a I
Alan brought home a fancy birthday cake t- .,
is having so much fun talking about their comi .
vacation in Mexico that her listener- .,,e hopj
that the trip will live up to her expectations
HONDAS HERE HONDAS THERE
Hon.la- were everywhere in Nassau as t e
8b memberse oi the cruise, sponsored b) I
Brotherhood of Temple Sholom poured 0fl
cruise ship Sunward and took over the islai I
When Aaron Fair dropped the white flag .,
i gang headed b> Marvin........ and l -
Betty sped out from the square lo th, airpo i
-shut tails flying, with their wives hanging on I ir
the younger generation, with a sin i
lering of current and seniors and the youi
heart becomes i nop,., s Gang Trailing afl
Hondas v as the follow up car with the Mm j
Steincrs and Ted and Sally Dysart The) wee
taking picture- and .....king n ride -
Gang leader Cooper were a stunning handpaint d
Honda tie, painted by Sylvia Davie Some oi t e
couples were Haloid and Fayi Zinn Phil .i d
Evelyn Pastelnik. .lack and fiance- Shapii i
Allen and Don- Wilson. Jimmy and Helen Kopl
Jaj and Eleanor I ristol the Joe Pardos, Sam a d
Molly Rudt Some ,,| (he quid ones were ,1 e
and Sadie \-h and the Iruin Teplitz's Hon a
riding was not Myra Farr's cup oi tea she st; .
ed in her cabin resting until it was time to o
dancing, singing, shopping and eating
Frances Lehman
YMHA Tweens Summer Camp In Diversified Fun
Tweens a i lo Go" program for
junior hjgh ooys and girls will
a Lam be held this summcv at the
YM and YWHA oi Greater Miami
The prom.i m is a 'lamp on
Wheels
It will he six weeks of diversified
fun. three days a week on Monday -
Wednesday.- and Fridays, from 10
a m. to 3 p in The pro-ram is di-
vided into two 3-week sessions for
V members only The first se> All participants must be br
sion is from June 26 to July 14. to the Central V 8500 S
and the second session is from Si where the tups will -
July 17 to Aug 4
Everj day oi the session, the
junior high youngsters will .lo
something different There will be
beach parti.- boating, skiing,
sailing, fishing, skin and scuba-
;:tni airls will brin^ tl
lunches, except when the
spot tart i.'s
ught
.n.
ni i.
diving horseback riding bowling, eighth, and ninth In charge
huh -indents
limited to
in the
jai alai and trips
nation i- \!r- >
SIMCHAS
vl>
MM GiOKIA WRIGHT
able m styles that blend beauti
fully with the inot elegant china
and crystal
Gloria Wright. Stainless steel
Producers' representative, will vis.
d al! six Burdine's stores to tell
shoppers about the qualities
lUlleSS steel to
answer questions, and to show m
unless iteel products (
A native of Philadelphia wh 're
she -ludied at Temple Univi
mat< d from the University
ol Pennayh ania she is regisl
I In al technu i.m a mode!
has done medical research Now ..
resident of New York < it>, Miss
Wright spends her leisure time
g playing the piano, and do
charity work at the New York
Foundling Home
D inng Burdine Sophist u
event one lucky customer
will win a 90 piece set . solid -' unless steel flatware To
Confirmands
Offer Cantata
< >n Sunda) ..t ~ .*> p m
gregation B"nai Raphael will hold
: m ition sen Ice
\ cantata entitled The Si
Golden Buttons" will be presi
bj tl Hi manda w ith accom
m ackensie
To Im' eonfii mi d ire Barr>
Aiem. David Brownfi Id, Andrea
Iman, I loj I Lii u Mai
,.ii.i Ri ... i I ropp
There
In a joyous annual celebration,
several hundred young relay runners
carry the burning Torch of
Freedom about 30 miles from
ancient Modim near Lod Airport to
Jerusalem where it is received
by the Mayor. The event
commemorates the Maccabean
victories over the Syrians,
over 2.100 years ago.
and hereYuban makes a Simcha!
7hr r
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f.e>Mt' I
Yuban's flavor is so rich and rare that
every cup is a happy occasion in itself.
No other coffee can g.ve your family and friends
the matchless pleasure of Yuban
The Simcha coffee
K Certified Kosher Parve by Rabb. Bernard Le.y


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Friday May 26. 1967
Half the world is Hungry
Will you help, for today and
UNLESS WE HELP THE HUNGRY feed and support themselves, their need can never end. CA^
It also uses food to help educate children, to nourish preschooi youngsters *o full grow" c i
schools, roads, water systems. It adds self-help seeds and farm tools, trade tools, const
doctors and nurses to heal the sick and train medical personne In all these ways fl
those lives worth living. Mail your check
Your help goes where
hunger is
$1 delivers a big
food package in
your name
$10 gives a child
school lunches
for a year
$100 sends more
than a ton of food
to the hungry
CARE reports where
your help was sent .
Your help
goes where
hunger is
Israel is one of 35 countries served by CARE Not
fo every country If ycu wrtsh, you may sp.? *ish to provide, or any of the countries
Afghanistan
Algeria
British Honduras
Ceylon
Chile
Colombia
Costa Rica
Dominican Republic
Ecuador
Greece
Guatemala
Haiti
Honduras
Hong Kong
'ndia
Iran
Israel
South Korea
South Vietnam
Liberia
Macau
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ADAMS ROOFING CO.
13108 So. Dixie Highway, So. Miami
ANTIQUES & DECOR of CUTLER RIDGE
20452 So. Dixie Highway, Miami
BEEFSTER RESTAURANT
3651 S.W. 8th'Street, Miami 444-5769
BILL'S NATIONAL CAMERA SERVISHOP
2317 LeJeune Rd., Miami
BIRMY PHOTO ENGRAVING CO., INC.
1152 N.l. 1st Ave., Miami
BONANZA SIRLOIN STEAK PIT
9101 So. Dixie Highway
Take Out Available 661-7073
BORDEN'S DAIRY OF MIAMI
BROWNSVILLE DRUG STORE
4634 N.W 27th Ave, Miami -634-7233
EVE BURKE STAUFFER SYSTEM
5842 S.W. 73rd St Miami 665-6533
CHALET RESTAURANT & LOUNGE
5950 S Dixie Highway, Miami 666-8566
(Next to Sunset Theatre)
CAUSEWAY TIRES, INC.
1505-79th St Causeway, Miami Beach
CENTRAL CONVALESCENT AGENCY
2811 S.W. 4th Ave., Miami
CLAUDE SOUTHERN CORP.
3950 N.W. 31st Ave, Miami 633-8121
COLONIAL ACRES
9674 N.W. 10th Ave., Miami
CORAL GABLES CONVALESCENT HOME
7060 S.W. 8th Street, Miami
CUTLER RIDGE BOWLING LANES
RESTAURANT
20701 S.W. Allapana Rd., Miami
DOG HOUSE, INC.
2195 N.E. 163rd St., Miami 9491891
DELANO HOTEL
1685 Collins Ave., Miami Beach 538-7881
JIMMY DESTRO. FURRIER
937 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach
EARLY'S MILLER ROAD
CITIES SERVICE STATION
6700 S.W. 56th St Miami 667-3344
FOLDOWN AWNINGS, INC.
Manufacturers of Thermo-Vent Awnings
and Storm Panels.
Robert Buzzella, Pres.
1060 E 33rd St. Hialeah 691-4221
FOSTER'S DEPARTMENT STORE, INC.
5956 Sunset Dr., South Miami, Florida
GUYS N' GALS, INC.
317 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach 538 9803
HELENE RESIDENTIAL HOTEL & APTS.
1030 15th St. Miami Beach 538-0534
Between Michigan 1 Lenox Ave.
H & W CABINETS
1465 N.E. 129th St.. Miami 758-6811
HARVEY'S MEN'S SHOP
1241 Washington Ave., Miami Beach
534-6560
HOBART MANUFACTURING. CO.
9100 N.W. 7th Ave., Miami 759-5702
ISLAND QUEEN CRUISE SHIP
Pier 5, City Yacht Basin Miami. Florida
JENSON HANSEN FURNITURE
450 Biltmore Way, Coral Gables 444 7469
GRACE H. KLEIN, REPORTING SERVICE, Inc.
421 Biscayne Bldg, Miami
KURLANDER'S
MIAMI BEACH & HOLLYWOOD
OLLIE LADD WOMEN'S WEAR
7400 S.W. Red Rd So Miami
LEE'S PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY
7880 Coral Way 221-8222
401 Coral Way 448-1728
2525 S W 3rd Ave 379-2836
5998 Surset Drive. S M.ami
LE MONDE JEWELERS
8499 Coral Way, Coral Gables
LIVE OAKS CONVALESCENT
NURSING HOME
2200 N.W 26th St.. Miami 633-6333
LUXURIA DRY CLEANERS
5705 N.W. 2nd Ave, Miami 758-2071

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I tomorrow?
" ed people
l pay while villagers build
aterials, school supplies. It sends
money you give saves lives e^d makes
\
I types of aid go
r*ie typo of help you
II cariaul
' Qcria
lUkittM
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"hilippinc*
'oland
i.erra Leon*
Tunisia
Turkey
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KOSHER-FOR-PASSOVER
CARE FOOD PACKAGE $12.00
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I ozs Frozen Ton
I lb., i11 ozs Frozen IU I

: ih 8 ozs Chocolate
I
i ozs Soup Mix
; lb 4 o/s Pineapple
'. lb 4 ozs Peaches
; 1 1 lb Dried Fruit
Can to ordered for designated relatives
and tnends. or for those who need a
friend (deliveries will go to families
recommended by the Israeli Ministry of
Welfare)
ISRAEL FAMILY FROZEN
FOOD PACKAGE $16.00
A ozs Frozen l.i\ er
_ lbs 4 ozs Frozen Toi
4 lbs 8 ozs I rozen Sliced Beef
- ozs Instant Coffee
2 bs Chocolate
! lb i oi oa
Soup Mi\
3 lbs Rice
j lb 4 3 lbs. Dried Fruit
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PACKAGE $10.00
- 4 ozs Fi oz< :i Li> ei
2 lb> 4 ozs Frozi n I ongue
2 ozs : stanl C( ffci
1 lb x oz Chocolate
II r "a
8 OZS Soup Mix
2 lbs Rice
i Ih 4 oz Pineapple
2 lbs Dried Fruit
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ISRAEL FOOD
PACKAGE
$10.00
45 ozs Beef in Natural Juices
20 ozs Canned Salami
15 ozs Veal in Natural Juices
15 ozs. Paprikash
10 ozs. Frankfurter*
"4 ozs Rice
24 ozs Table Sugar
2 OZS Instant Coffee
32 ozs Chocolate
16 ozs Cocoa
20 ozs Pineapple
lr! ozs Figs
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ISRAEL FAMILY FOOD
PACKAGE $18.25
so (- i'.. 11 in Natural Juices
60ozs Veal in Natural Juice:
2o ots Frankfurters
Tongue
:^0 0CS Meatballs
40 oas Salami
20 iu-. Chocolate
16 ozs Cocoa
4 OZS Coffer
20 ozs Pineapple
16 oca shelled Walnuts
trl oz- Assorted Dried Fruits
MU tk* I'OLLOWING CIVIC-MINDED FIRMS and INDIVIDl'ALS
OHNNY MASTERS ORCHESTRA
359 N.E. BOtb Street Miami
Meridian apothecary shop
1680 Meridian Avp Miami Beach
538-0424
MAMI BEACH SHOE SERVICE
1635 Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach
IMAMI WEST, INC.
8445 N.I. 2nd Ave., Miami 757-0303
(AITCH, THE STEAK RANCHER, INC.
7130 N.W. 2nd Court, Miami 757-6811
c# MOBY DRY GOODS
87 Miracle Mile, Coral Gables
1143 Washington Ave, Miami Beach
NATIONAL INCOME TAX SERVICE
6622 Coral Way, Miami
AUL NEUFELD & ASSO., INC.
1400 N.E. 125th St., No Miami
HE NEW EVERGLADES HOTEL
244 Biscayne Blvd Miami 379-5461
HE NEW STUDIO RESTAURANT
2340 S W. 32nd Ave, Miami 444-921 2
AWLIGER BUILDING INDUSTRIES
Miami, Florida
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ET & HOBBY DEN
8369 Bird Road, Miami
TNEY-BOWES, INC.
2400 Biscayne Blvd., Miami 374-2609
POINCIANA SALES CO.
2252 W. Flagler St., Miami
POPPIN COTTAGE
7435 Collins Ave Miami Beach 864-1457
RED LION RESTAURANT
8495 S.W. 132nd St, Miami 235-1621
RELIABLE RADIO & TELEVISION
9195 Bird Rd., Miami & 700-71st St.,
Miami Beach
REYNOLDS & CO.
202 S E. 1st Street, Miami
ROBIN HOOD INN RESTAURANT
3601 Biscayne Blvd., Miami
ROBIN PHARMACY
Q920 NW 27th Ave, Miami 696-1221
ROSENFELD & NEVEL REAL ESTATE
220-71st Street, Miami Beach
RUBINDALE KOSHER MEAT MARKET
2101 Coral Way, Miami
SARBEY ELECTRONICS, INC.
3473 West Flagler St, Miami 445-1491
THE 7 SANTINI BROTHERS MOVERS
20 N.E. Hth Street, Miami
SOUTHERN CATERERS, INC.
3890 N.W. 36th Street, Miami
SEA COURT MOTEL
16200 Collins Ave Miami Beach 947-3744
GENE SNYDER & CO.
229 Sunny Isles Blvd., Miami Beach
947-3566
STAR BEAUTY & BARBER SUPPLY
5801 Sunset Dr., So. Miami
EDDIE STEPHENS MEN'S SHOP
215 S.E. 1st St., Miami 379-3816
STUDIO OF LIGHTING
708 Northeast First Ave., Miami 373-2171
SUNILAND REXALL PHARMACY
11331 So. Dixie Highway, Miami
SUNSHINE POOLS, INC.
2801 N.W. 22nd Ave, Miami
SURFSIDE RESTAURANT
9465 Harding Ave., Miami Beach
TATTLE TALE WOMENS WEAR
9448 Harding Ave., Surfsiric, Miami Beach
TEXTILE PRODUCTS
5601 N.W. 35fh Avenue, Miami 633-3208
TRIAS FLORIST
3434 West Flagler St., Miami
UNITED RENT-ALLS
9700 S Dixie Highway, So Miami 666-3337
UNITED SHOE REPAIR
9484 Harding Ave., Miami Beach
ROY L. W1LLARD, INC.
3940 S.W. 4th If., Miami 443-6054


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Carole*
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
Carolee [Mrs Jack) Hartley is righ< out of the pages of
i With the Wind \ real southern Bella, aba came
into the world in the tame tmalJ town where her lawyer
lather was born, Danville, Va The onl> child ot Benjamin
and Gertrude Kuahner, she was brought up in a small town
of ninet) Jewish families, but with
a temple and aehale. sin- was
the first Jewish girl to make her
Social debut Amid whirl ot
breakfasts, luncheons, tea dances
and dinner parties, in which all <>f
the surrounding small town- were
included Carolee was presented
at a large cotillion
she was just sixteen when she
attended the University of North
Carolina, then two years at the
University of Miami and then to
j^-; Tobe Coburn in Nen York. Carolee
i ^^ ?iiabii i- always seeking knowledge, goini;
IjL' 'JJtOti hack to school to acquire the know
how that i.- presently intriguing
her She graduated from the New
York School of Design ai a deco-
rator, but the decorating she has done has been mostl;
for her*
i arolee met her Jack on a double date it wai whirl-
wind courtship The) were engaged two months later
and married two months after that They li\ed in New
York for four years, then moved to Miami Beach four years
Jack manufactures swim suits the Jaj Hart Origi-
nals.
Although Carolee discusses fashions freely with her
husband, there is definitely a rule In their house Jack
takes care ol the business and Carolee the house On arm
it Miami Beach. Carolee began decorating their home
ether with th< children, keeps her bus) There art
ittle Hartleys, Keith and .Mil According to southern
tradition. < arolee is verj strict with them Their southern
manner- ol yes, mi and yes. ma m" outdated them in
New York Carolee demands a lot from her children, and
she gets a lot in return
Outside interests have always held ., place in Carol,, -
bus) sche lull North Beach PTA, modeling in charit) fash-
ion -ho\w and activit) in the Young Women's Division of
the Greatei Jewish Federation She and .'ill Arkin, Woman
ot the Week several months ago, write a column. Food
for Though) in the Miami Beach Sun (arolee is on WIOD
- \ era! I food ideas
Carolee enjoys doit with her hands cookii
of course, and needlework Many are the eyeglass caset-
and pillows she has made as gifts. She has just lmished
a crewel and is in the midst of a garden ol paper
flowers The Hartleys .ir( flexible as parents Weekends
arc for the childn thing on their boat, The Snooks
to the musuem, coo or to the beach Football games
concerts .n\i\ opera, *ith an occasional night on the town
pro* grown-up entertainment. Carolee also likes to
entertain at small dinner parties where slie can show off
her flair for cooking and her talent at design
Each affair, win ther for OnJ) four or more, has a theme
\ Gaugin theme was the latest involving lots of printed
material, many candle- ;,nd papier mat-he. Daring the
winter, there arc always things to plan for the ten or
twelve kissing cousins who arrive with the "aaaaan." How
ever) Friday night, rain or shine, the .lack Hartley
famil) en mass go t,, the home of .lack's parents. Hen and
for the traditional Frida) night dinner
idition means a lot to the young Hartleys it also
that Keith will someda) be in Temple Beth Sholom
Rabbi Leoi Kronish officiating who also Bar Mitzvah
hi- lather
Dorothy Toppell
Wed in New York
in ., double ring candlelight
01 Saturda
15. D ler ol Mi
ami Mrs .lack Toppell, ol M
and Atlanta, <:.i became I
of Wtllard Bronstein, son ol
Ann.. Broatein, of Philadelphia
I i and the late Morn- Bronstein
Rabbi Abraham 1 Keidbm and
Cantor lewis Moss officiated at
the nuptials held in the Royal Ball-
room of the Americana Hotel. New
York Cit)
For her we-oamg. the bride WOW
a semi-fitted gown <>f silk-ottoman
featuring a fitted jacket with long
sleeves and a regal court tram \
Dior bow centered with a cluster
of bugle beads marked the empire
waisthne
A bouffant shoulder-length veil
of imported silk illusion was held
h> a large matching bow. and she
earned an arrangement of white
orchids stephanotis and baby's
breath.
Cynthia Lauras Toppell. the
bride's younger sister \\.is maid
of honor Mrs Bernard Bronstein
served BS matron of honor, and
Localises Attend Canada Confab
Several funeral homes in the diate past president ot the- Jewish
munit) are sending reprc Funeral Directors Edward T New-
board man. director, Newman Fui
Di Mom. Leonard Zilbert vice presi-
held Ma) -H through dent, Riverside Memorial Chapels;
June I Larrie Blaaberg director. Bias
-, attending include- imme berg Funeral t'hail
"MfH Wvthlintj Tunvr
- FLOWERS
<^ //ij/'o J he (A/eJJiHg
BLOSSOM SHOP
Mercantile National Bank Buildina
1616 Washington Ave Miami Beach CALL JE 2-3231
MRS. WIUABD BKONSTHN
Mrs Kenneth Toppell kept the
bride's book
Dr Bernard Bronstein was his
brother beat man. and ushers in
eluded the bride s brother Ki i
neth Toppell, Philip Jacobs. Philip
Rosen, Stanle) Jacobs Richard
Waldman and Mai via ReanicJi
I Mrs Bn-iistcin
of Miami Senior High and
attended the Univenit) of Miami
Her husband received his Bachelor
of Science degree from Tempi I ni-
vrsity He ii South Atlantic Re
gional Sale- Manager ol the- llerti
e orporation.
Following a formal dinner
reception in the- Royal Princess
Suite and Versailles Rooms, the
newlyweds left lor a honeymoon
in s.m Juan, Puerto Rico and the-
Virgin Inlands On their return
they will live in Atlanta.
George Safts
Tell Sondra's
Wedding Plans
Mr and Mrs > 1663
>': S
Melvin l> Marcus son
men! of their dauuhti r -
Mrs Max Marees, Kok
Miss Salt attended I
sity of Florida, and
the Universit) ol v.
., bachelor of cdue.i'
she is presently a meml
faculty at Flamingo I
Si i ool
Her fiance attended tnd
versit) and graduated I
University of Miami lb
entl) enrolled In Florida -
{ ni versit) 'a Graduate Si
>s an i'ti ci r of Harmoi
B'nai bl'rith. and met
Beth Torah I
Club and Jewish War Veil l
\ Jul) wadding is plar
Students Attend
Camp Ramah
Hebre c
ehool
.cill le-a\, nexl mor
tend the Jewish Theologi .
- e amp Ramah in i
n y are Mark son ol
Mr- Paul Ginsberg; Bria
Di ami Mrs Bert Kleit
Mar.- son o| Mi Bl s
Weiss
They we ii chow n b) i
Olom school -taft for ah
ae hieAi-ment in Hebrew .
hi ious studies "
During their eight eel
m.ih. they will join w.
students from 1 nited s
Btiona throughout
enjO) an atmosphere >
Jewish living
MISS HAUL BAKST
Hazel Bckst
To Wed in July
Mr and Mr- Isiilor Bakst. of
4;cj Lon tto \ Coral Gables,
have announi ed "tie i ent their daughter Hazel, t" G<
Solomon, son of Mrs Fannie Solo
niiin of Miami Beach, .>n(\ the late
Sidne) Solomon.
Miss Bakst .- a graduate of '"oral
Gables High and attended the Uni
versity Ol Florida, where her BOror
it\ was Delta Phi Epsalon.
Her fiance attended M i a m i
Be ach High and gradual ed from
the Universit) of Florida, where
he was a member of Tau Kpsilon
l'hi He i- currently a sports writer
for the Fort Lauderdale- News.
A Jul) -if wedding is planned
PRATT 4. LAMBERT
Biscayne PTA
Seats Officers
Annual installation of new offi
e. is will highlight the regular
monthly meeting of the- Parent
hers a--oc iation .it Biscayni
Elementar) School on Tuesda) at
7 30 [i m in the schoo ium
Officers who wdi take the oath
administered b) past presie
Mrs Milton Feller, will be Mrs
Harrj Mot president; Mrs Solo
mon Terner, president elect Mrs
Mano Vilardi Mrs Mel Silvers
Mrs Jerr) Silvers vice presidents
Mi- Paul Moone) recording am
M r- Meh .n l.e--i i.
n sponding secretary; and Mi -
Benjamin Levy, treaaurei
Jai k \\ o id). director ol ret I
tion for the Cit) ol Miami I;.
will discuss the city's recn
: am for the summei mi
and the hool hoi us will entei

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1. iner wu held last week at
the Fontainebleau Hotel The
Stati 1 l-iacl Medallion .>1 Hun
-.r i- awarded to Mr and Mrs
Ben :>r Anna Brenner) Meyers
in appreciative recognition ol 1
|u-iir of dedicated service Mrs
lleyt bowd was an electric
due ,k and lace embroidered In
in rail pattern with > 1 u e
but ..I d caviar beads it had 1
modified V neckline ami elbow
1 \ ea
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Mrs Joseph Arkin was in .1 pea
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and crystals embroidered in a
paislej motif White -ilk mate
lae was worn by Mrs cud., Ru
bin White, silver, and crystal
caviai beads were embroidered
on hci skirl Mrs Arthur Winai
idc's mint green brocade and
chiffon had .. matching floor
leni I c .,: <,. hu h was li iinmei
with rhinestone buttons
|CE BLUE lace with match,n.
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llei nown had a matching coat
Uberl Pick was in .. Thai
land hand woven -ilk of turquoise
-:\i Multj c olored flor
a Is in .1 watercolor wash effect
were done on chiffon over .1
i atchuiti peau de soie i>> inl in
the gown worn bj Mrs Jonas
Brotman l!< 1 -heath featured a
Dllete -cooped neckline Mrs
Ann Shapiro chose a nile green
-ilk chiffon with a ieweled hod
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''"'" wen- worn In Mis Jack
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lames Vlbei I looked love-
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slight controlled fullneas In the
kn t Mi Solomon S< hifl l0|
white -iik -kirt with a shell
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Milton Sn km ctiox .' ci pink
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Mrs \ 1 Molaaky --.i- in a
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N. C. $9 per day pert., 2 in room,
with me oh. Doncinq, entertainment,
soorft. Children! Camp.
MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT
BOB NOVACK
ORCHESTRAS
INSURE THI SUCCESS Of
WEDDINGS BAK MITIVAHS
AMD All SOCIAL fUNCTIONS
Orchestr as- Trios- Accordionists
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-Mi with tur-
1 a
til effect ll. 1
nd mati I, e, which
roni li.i ;,. in ,,
prim in..in u .1, 1
cent equined gown fi m Ho 1
v' eon Kroni-h wh te
ienberg PTA
javel Goes to
Mrs. Rosen
l.eiov I) Fienberg Elementarj
School PTA baa named Mrs Paul
K Rosen as president for 1967-68
to succeed Mrs. Theodore Trushin.
Other officer, who will serve
next year are: Mrs Ronald \
Mrs Morton Kaplan. \li- David
Morn-, vice presidents; Mrs Nico-
1..-stern, recording secretary Mrs
Hubert Someratein corresponding
secretary Mrs Manuel Zaiai
treasurer
iin Saturday. 11 a m at the Al-
giers Hotel the PTA will sponsor
it- annual installation brunch
honoring teacher- staff and pun
cip.il of Fienberg Element
School Bernard Nissman, princi
pal. will install the new slate
%i original musical -kit Pi \ -
Indecent Exposure." written and
direct! d bj Mrs Stanle) \i kii
Mr- h.i.iv B Smith, will be pre
-cntcd with Mesdames Trushin,
soinei -tcm and Kaplan round
out the cast Mrs Maun. 1 Esfor
me- will accompany on the p
and Mi-. Ronald Agen will serve
as chairman of the daj
Mr- Rosen graduated from Mi
ami Beach Senior Huh ..- an honoi
student, 'Hh\ the University ol Mi
ami, cum laude, with a Bai heloi ol
Education degree she brings to
I er new office ide background
ri expei .1 iu e as teacher in the elc
lary schools in addition to
orking her way up i>> her pn >enl
ion by \ ntue ol 1 iiiiierou.-
ca PTA unit
M 1 Rosen has sen 1 om
inunity in pi 10 years ..-
the D a (11 '
lltarl :'
lied discus >ion l< 1 the
I
In Iped to in- Kn
emei I
Tors Film Will
Premiere June 2
The premiere showin; ol Ivan
Tor newest film, "Africa l pxas
Style. Will he hrOUghl into Miami
on Friday evening, June 2 7 no
P in .ii the 163rd Street Theatre
The paiade wdl form at 15th A\e
and 163rd St in front of the
Shopping (enter, and will move
weal ending in front ol the Wo
metco 163rd St Theatre
Riding in the parade will In
Hugh 0Brian, star of the picture
hail Tors, the producer, and Den
in- Weaver, who is in Miami now
filming the new TV series, "Gentle
Hen. and Beth Brickell, who also
-tai in "Gentle Hen
Rabbi Fraiin Pulpit Guest
Rabbi Robert P Fra/in will be
pulpit guaat during Friday services
a) Hollywood Temple Beth El. A
native Chicagoan, Rabbi Fraiin i-
director of the Southeast Council
oi the Union of Hebrew Congre-
gations, and has served as assistant
rabbi of the Indianapolis Hebrew
Congregation.

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Installation ol the Flamii
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ORT. took place recently at the
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President, Mrs. Harry Kaufman;
vice presidents. Mrs Lillian Km-
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treasurer, Mrs. Harry Sielan; finan-
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man: recording secretary. Mrs
Milton Wertheim; corresponding
secretary, Miss Ann Sporer; mem
liership dues secretary, Mr- Delia
Slater; parliamentarian, Mrs Nat
Wiener
Invocation was given bj Mrs.
Jennie Feder Mrs Nathan Blum
a- chairman and Mr- Loills I y
in chairman
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> h i <# #*r rirlinr
Friday May 26 1967
New officers of Temple Judea Sisterhood took
ofce at ceremonies m the social hall of the
Coral Gables synagogue conducted by Hich-
ard Horwich. Temple Judea treasurer, under
chairmanship of Mrs. Haiold latter, incoming
third vice president of Sisterhood. Pictured
seated (left to right' are Mrs. Jaffer. Mrs. Hich
ard Horwich. president. Mrs. Julius Bearman.
executive vice president; and Mrs. Seymour
Schulner. fourth vice president. Standing (left
to right) are Mrs. Sol Greenbiatt. chaplain:
Members of this smiling quartet raised ever 54,000 for the Sub-
urban League oi W boost the club's total to more than
S15.000. which was donated to Variety Chiiaren s Hospital.
They are shown at the recent awards luncheon held at K
Bay Country Club. Shown left to right are Mrs. Jay Mitchell
Mrs. Sam Rosen. Mrs. Jack Longer and Mrs. Coolcie Hertz.
immediate, past president.
Dr. Lichter Temple Guest
I>r Solomon Llchl il Eman E Sal i )
il Miami Ba< h Sei .r Hi I will Thi ^W b<
b. ,,,,-t speaker ... the >nnual :" :
service a1 temple ass
Have that
Business Meeting,
Banquet, OS*
ptclal Occasion

Mrs. Howaid Segal, recording secretary; Mrs.
Fred Witkoff. corresponding secretary; Mrs.
Thelma Schreiber. financial secretary; Mrs.
Manuel Serkin, parliamentarian and outgoing
piesident; and Mrs. Bernard Yesner. treasurer.
Not shown are Mrs. Albert Jacobson. first vice
president. Mrs. Leon Henry second vice pres-
ident, Mrs. Moe Longer, historian. Rabbi Mor-
ris A. Kipper conducted special ceremonies
honoring Mesdames Horwich and Serkin.
Suburban League
Raises $15,000
For Variety Hosp.
Annual auards luncheon of the
Suburban League marked a mile-
in voluntary community
service by a local woman's organ!-
zat:
Newly-installed president, Mrs
KMti Rosen announced that more
000 had been raised by
during the past
tei the flaggin ; finances al
Iren's I!
i

M
-. .,:.
'
h the

emei j th entin mi ml ership
joined forces to ra casl I
the hospital keep it- doors open
Arthur E\
I Gei i i w l raulej
itive director, la

strated I
A special I
the membership ha
the secoi
...
dividual members work a- \
.it the
erapy, clerical w
disti ibul
Tun years i
was awarded an Hoi
lion for outstanding communit)
service in the annual Mum; Her
aid COntl
The installation >>f new off!
for 1967-68 took place Mondaj eve-
ning at the home ol Mn .
Oroviti
On June S and 4. thirty two
I members and their husbands ho
have raised 1250 each for the hos
pital will Ik- united to j donor
weekend at the Algiers Hotel in
ignition of their effoi
You'll find complete
facilities to exactly satisfy
your needs in the Kismet,
Aladdin, Scheherazade and
Rubaiyot Rooms, be it for a
wedding or a private party I
il th<
^

for information
H H MARCUSE
Food ard Beve^
"LOUIS WITKIN
Maitre d'H
JE 1-606'
26th St I Collins Ave.
Father's Day
Art Contest
Boys and girls thro u
thvi -
1 'ontesl whii I
rhui til six Bui I
i
!
favorite medium The ;
should be | in the
Burdine stores b
ng time on Saturday, June 3.
^Socialite ... (\*f s-fmwM C/rew
Continued from Page 5-B
sfta
pro-
1 rune
, shi will await tin' an
ndchild to be bon I
Dr and Mn Judah Rosenberg 4
Savyon \u.it
was another phone call this time
from son Martm who proml
that he would arrange hi- sari
ing-in ceremony for June so that
his mother could be present f'r
the occaMon.
<
Israel's I9h anniversan cele
bration gol .' real swingin' send
off last Sunday evening when Is-
raeli students, Miamianj who
haw lived in IS1 < I forme;
Israelis shook the rafters with
: and dance at the horn,
Mr and Mr- Joseph I Yanich
v v who i- director of the
American Jew ish L'oi gi ess here
wife, Regi, lived in I
four yean, ai have I
of their own, Noah and Yael who
were born m Jerusalem, ar i
eventuall) joined bj Fl
cracken, Eitan and Yoa\ Kel
ishing the many Middle East I
cacies were Mr and Mr- S
Sheflan Mr and Mr- Sam B
ner, Mr and Mr- Sam Rosei
kranz, Mr and Mr- Norman
Lieberman Mr and Mi- Milton
Lieberman Also, Allen Curson
Mr- Hos,. k Racher and M -
Rose Goobich tmong the
j Israeli -tuden'
inj* in the festivities were Jo-hua
,l. Dan Vered, Chsj
.ui.i Han I ei .i
ward T Newman
wite and 5 year old daughtei
h him to Canada foi i
lion business and v acati h
When the btlSini
: of. that will joii
Mr and Mr- (icon;, Cartel
a tWO week (lairing trip
idea inspiring Leniiy Ztl'..
will be accompanied b)
Koz for a week of aniMmi! :
elusive trout and salmon

Winter vacation for Mr i
Mn Joseph Hyman at an ei is
they prepare to return to I
Here -iru,. February, th.
ling a temporary far.
- .ii lr\ ing Hyman and h;-
*
The former Paul-i S
ter Of Mr and Mr- \\
Simi U. N Miami Beai
returned from a honey m
Washington, I> C and the
Mountain- m N C follow i
Sen York marriage
Drucker, ion of Mr and Mi
Drinker Newly we
home in Coral (Jable-

Miss Paulette Hope (
170 NE 155th St N '
eh was a May 6 gn
University of Mian
plans on a teaching car
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May
*Mnistnfridlii^r
Page 13-B
/ Wcinjfck Gary *ant
Arvin JaHt
Alan Gabriel
Sutan Cannon
Joseph folk
jfyar Scoff Gold
A
Michael Klein
Michael Weinstock
lichael Curtis, son of Mr and
Jowpk Weinstock. will be
pic Bar Mitzvah on Saturday.
27. ut Temple Emanu-El
jficharl is m the seventh grade
Nautilus Junior High School
accomplj ': .i litar p!a\
i e in -i1":'-
nl will he h.....
... in Sirkin Hall I
. ,. | .
t the S


k ad
Congregation on Saturday. Ma> 27
Joseph la seventh grade student
at Ponce de I-enn HiKh and has
"ending Beth Da\id Re-
pasl m ven
l! in the
football
i the
I i

Ksddush .

?o^t

Suun Cjnnjn
*. i daughter ol Mr
i Mrs Ji hn i aim.in, 71 NW
St will be Baa Mitzvah at
late Knday night service, Ma)
at Temple Adath Ycshunir.
Susan is a seventh grade honor
1 -tudent at Norland Junior Hiith
hool She was the youngest
ember of the Hebrew Graduating
a last year.
Mr and Mrs Cannan will host
S Friday night Oneg Shabbat in
sans honor, and a reception at
me on Saturday evening.

Joseph Falk
Joseph Lac, son of Mr and Mrs
liter Palk, A310 IiJ...... '"
. om< Bar MiUvah at Beth David

m the Temple Sinai Religious
School Her main interests are
reading, stamp collecting and sail-
ing.

Marsha Stern
<'n ||aj 1!7. during Saturday
morning services at Temple Tif-
ereth Israel. Marrha. daughter of
Mr an,| Mn Siegmund Stern, will
''- rve her Baa Mitzvah
'" roll student in the
Hi grade at North Miami
t High Marsha :
1 ihi ho 'i
'-.,:. I.
buildii
Mai


Cha-!es Press


ISRAEL BOND
STRIKE ENDS
The national strike of pro-
i-ssjonal and clencal Israel
lond campaign workers came
0 an end last Wednesday
sight with the signing of a
i w agreement between the
srael Bond Organization and
oca] 1707 of the Community
md Social Agency Employees
nion The agreement, which
rat diet I by the union
1 mbership. covers a period
il two years.
As of May 18 all branch
officers throughout the tint
.-I States and the national
headquarter* in New York at
2IS Park Avenue South wen
back in normal operation in
the campaign to provide $115
million through the sale of
State of Israel Bonds in 1967
for the economic develop-
ment of Israel
Michael Klein
Mil aid, son ol Mr and
Mra Harold l Klein, will become
Bar Mitzvah on Saturday. Ma> -7.
at Temple Beth Tov.
Michael !> an honor student at
Kinloch Park Junior High, and
piays diums in the school band
He attends Hebrew School at Tern
pie Beth Tov. where he is al*o an
honor student.
Mr and Mrs Klein will host the
Oneg Shabbat Friday night, and
the Kiddu^h Saturday morning, in
honor of the Bar Mitzvah
Arvin Jaffa
Bar Mia/vah of Arvin Jeremy,
son of Dr and Mrs Samuel 7.
Jaffe. will be held at Temple Beth
El. Hollywood, Saturday morning
Kahbi Jaffe is spiritual leader
of Temple Beth El and was re
cently awarded life tenure.
On Friday evening. Mrs Jaffe
will bless the Sabbath candles The
Oneg Shabbat will be tendered by
Mr and Mrs Ruby Colin, grand
parents. Miami Beach, in honor of
their grandson s Bar Mitzvah.
Ar\in attend^ the Hebrew Aca-
demy in Miami Beach where he is
a student in the seventh grade He
was the current recipient of the
President I Award as '"outstanding
student of the Religious School
Of Temple Beth El"
Guests will include paternal
grandparents. Mr and Mrs Morris
Jaffe of New York City
>
Judith Moss
Saturday morning services at
Temple Sinai of N Hade on May
27 will include the Bas Mitzvah
of Judith Ann. daughter of Mr
and Mrs Gerard cl. Moss
Judith is in the seventh grade
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< h. i set enth -i adc ,
I ales Junior High, i .> m
of the Student Council and is in
lercsted in sports.
Mr and Mrs Press will host the
Kiddush, and a reception at home
in honor ol the celebrant
*
Bonnie Robbins
Bonnie, daughter of Mr and Mrs
Joseph Bobbins, of West Miami,
will observe her Bas Mitzvah on
Friday, May 26. during the late
evening services at Temple Zion.
Bonnie is a seventh grade pupil
at West Miami Junior High, and
plays the clarinet in the school
band
Mr and Mrs Bobbins will host
the Oneg Shabbat following the
services, and a reception at home
Kurt Weill Is
New Owner Of
Antique Srop
Kurt Weill. longtime Miami
Beach resident, is the new owner
ot Snidera Antique Shop at 1175
71st St In existence since 1927. the
shop has been at the 71st St loca-
tion for the past 15 years.
Weill. better known in the area
as i restaurateur, recently retired
from that field, got bored with in
activity and turned a life long avo-
cation into a new career.
Originally from Germany. Weill
came here in 1938. has been em-
ployed by many of the Gold Coast
hotels, and served si executive
entering manager in the Balmoral
and Attache hotels.
Weill. who has traveled exten-
sively throughout Europe, has fill-
ed his antique shop with a rare
collection of antiques from all over
the world He aTSo buys antiques.
Jewelry and paintings locally.
Pierce Named
Trust Officer
Miami Beach First National
Bank has announced the appoint-
ment of Sanford R Pierce as trust
officer
Pierce comes to the Moach hank
from Commercial Bank of Miami,
where he served as vice president
and trust officer He is a gradu
ate of Boston Cm verity
Saturday Dance for Singles
"Ba^*aBBJBjBJ^"*aSjB *
The il pm Saturday dance
sponsored by B'nai B'rith So
Singles at the Saxony Hotel will
feature a live band and a night
club show
in honor of the celebrant on Satur
day ni^ht
*
Scoff Gold
Scott Larry, son of Mr and Mrs,
Murray Cold of N Miami Beach
Mitzvah on Saturday
27, at Young Isi
Great) M
S| honor student in the
I at .1 F Kennedy
i he recei ed
thi Ami rican Legion Award upon
- n from Sabal Balm Ele
mentary School.
Among guests at the ceremony
will be bis grandmother, Mrs.
Sarah Gold Ol West Orange. N. J..
great-grandmother, Mrs Hose Pas-
low it? of Miami Beach, grand-
arents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Frank of Miami, and a younger
brother. Glenn, will be among the
celebrants.
A reception will be held at the
Diplomat Country Club on Satur-
day evening
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* Icmtfrkriditr
Friday May 2t
Seminary Prexy,
Dr. Mandelbauiii.
Due at l^manu-1^1
l>; Bernard Mandelbaum, presi-
Htnt ol the Jewish Theoloj
Seminar> >f America will be spe-
cial guest sp< Hi. June 4
bruncheon .it the DiLido Hotel
which will stone-
laying and installation ceremonies
11 mple Emanu-EI
Announcement ol I'i Maude!
- \i-ii was made bj Max
in, president of Temple
Emanu-EI. who ii coordinating
plans for the June 4 festivitii
I the Miami
eongn ne S
Hall School Buildii
Samuel Friedland is general
chairman of the day, with Emil
Morton serving as chairman of
the cornerstone-laying. Morton,
owner of Morton Towers and a
vice president of Temple Emanu-
EI, also is chairman of the build-
Gaynor Eyes
June 4 Election
in Gaynor is candidate for
Miami Bench Cit> Council in the
i run off
I am .i Ml *
declared I !aj nor in his
lion bid this weei
un f<>r public office I
.i politician But I wanl to
on out City (. u
thai Mian i B< ach badlj
od business
promised to work
the benefil ol .ill ol our cil
ho we
. .1! row
believe!
brin <
cooperatii iur City Council,
- tod bu-. s ~"Veinmenl can
for
.mil .i
turn on taxes, [ood business
nmenl can pro, ,,.< ,
btain
'. ital
community projects and senior
citizen facilities and services
'Man ot Year' Awards
Man oi the Yeai aw ardc
en ted b> the iamma XI < hap
>: Phi D< Ita Kappa, nationol
i honor societ). to Dadc
I) School Board member
Jack D i anl Miami v
High Si hool \dull Dh hsion prln
cipal, Keith Bennett, Gordon i>ro-
idenl of Washington Federal Sav-
ings and I o.ir, Association ol Miami
Bead was the most
- nificanl contribution made i>\ a
l..\man to the fuld of education
ir/j committee for the rtew struc-
ture rising adiacent to the main
sanctuary at 17th St. and Wash-
ington Ave.
Harrj Pearlman, chairman ol
the brunchei n, noted tht Di
dell aum .- todaj me ol the prin
ip.il spokesmi i. for Vmei
Jewry. and increas
mgnificanl role in the i
if the Conservative movement
i'i Judaism
Dr Mandelbaum moved up to
hi- post .1- president from .i long
- provosl ol the Semii ai 5
11. also sen es as associate pi
sor In homiletics on the facull
M1 Rabbinical Departmenl
.- ^ d< an ot students ol the R< b
,1 Si hool from 1951 until
mo* m^ up lo pro
\ nati\ e New Yorki
d iw- bacheloi 's degree, ith
honors, from Columbia I'niversit)
in \9A2 then enrolled in Ihe s-
inarj Rabbinical School while a
student there, he received its l-
rael Da* idson Am a d in Medic* al
Hebrew I iteral 11 < and the 1 an
port Award for outstanding irk
m Homiletu -
He lained rabbi in 1946
and in the nexl 1 1 rs a*
;'
School registrai
work

K 1 Palestinian
\ih century
1 the
ri Cenl
'.
Dr. Mandelbaum formerly
lerved as program editor of the
award winning Eternal L'-jrtf
N8C radio and television series.
In 1956. while he was editor, two
Eternal Light films were pro-
ducer* in Israel, "The People of
the Book' and "The Land of the
Book."
Working closelj with Pearl
on plans for the bruncheon is Jack
("amer, vice president ol Temple
Emanu-EI and co-chairman of the
DiLido Hotel function Cfrrni r
chairman of the board ol the Cai
Miami Beai h, 1-
former general chairman of Ihe
1 umbined J< >P' al and .1
founder ol Ml Sinai Hospital
Dr lr\ ins I ehrman rabbi ol
; le Emanu El, noted thai "Dr
Mai lelbaum's acceptance demon
stratos the national significance ol
tl is handsome addition .>t
v ill be a focal point m the educa
tional cultural and social life of
the Jewish .md general commu
nits
Planning ior Ihe biunchecn at the DiLido Hotel
on June 4 which will follow cornerstone-layn-a
and installation ceremonies at Temple Emanu
El are these leaders oi the Miami Beach
gregation Left to right are Mesdamo? Alexand-
er Gogen. Harry A. Levy, living Lehu:
Leonard Abramson. Hany Millmar.
L Blum. Samuel Friediand is general c
of the June 4 program. Emil Morton is
\".e cornerstone-laying and the bu:;
mittee, and Harry Pearlman is chai
bruncheon meeting.
Amnon Gil-Ad To Give Report On Israel to ZOA
1, itei Miami Districts ol the
Zionist Organization ol Ktm
sel a Report from I
open Meeting" on Thursday June
1 8:15 p m in the Fontainel
Hot 1
The event will bring lo Gn
lewr) .1 ti.-t hand upon
ol the situation in the Mlddh '
lo Bi n Ciller, chairman
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Mr Gil Ad. who has
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10th anniversary committi
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out the country
The Zionist Organization of
America has scheduled its 70th
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19 to 26 Over 1,500 delegates in
ZOA districts throughout the
country will gather for special
rVliberations in Israel Included
in Mr. Gil-Ad's discussions at the
June 1 meeting will be many of
the convention highlights. He
will also touch upon several mat-
AMNON Gil AD
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tourism to Israel.
day
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lights of the program presented by
Trude Weiss-Rosmarin To Be Speaker
At Girls' High School Graduation June 4
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Weiss Rosmarin, will be guesl
speaker al the June 4 graduation
of ihe Olga and Margaret Weiahaus
High Si hool for Girls
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school is scheduled foi Ihe Hebrew
em) Auditorium at 5 p m
students to I. luati d are
Tova Cavell a Ehrenreich,
Dian< Matza, Laura Weisman and
Robin Zelkoi
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school, .. to the
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Young Man
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Federation of Temple Sisterhoods, was the in-
stalling officer at Temple Israel Sisterhood's
installation luncheon held Wednesday, May
17, m Wolioon Auditorium. Pictured (left to
right) are Mesdames Morris E. Greene, im-
mediate past president; Rhea Gladwin, vice
president of advancement oi Judaism; Jerome
Rado. vice president of administration; Chriord
Newmark. president: Howard Novell Junior,
vice president of religious extension; and
Howard Novell, vice president of membership.
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in their home. Win 8W 85th'Ave
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chauman of the group.
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