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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
June 2, 1967

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Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
June 2, 1967

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

Notes

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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University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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"Jewish Floridian
lurae 40 Number 21
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Miami. Florida. Friday. June 2. 1967
Two Section Price 21:
i
1 A;
Egypt-Jordan Pact Stirs Plea
For Dayan Return to Defense
GEN. DAYAN
(BANS IAST CHANCt MISSION .
FIVE-POINT AQABA MOPQSAl KtJiCTtD
By Special Report
JERl si:i am Pressure mount
ed here this week for Gen Moshe
Dayan to be returned to the post
of Minister of Defense The former
Minister <>f Agriculture in the Ben-
Gurion administration is the hero
of th wa of Liberation and of the
PAGE 3-4
. PAGE 6-4
Sinai campaign
The Prime Mmistership and
Ministry of Defense was combined
into a joint portfolio by Ben-Gurion
following his return to office on the
heels ol the ouster of the late
Moshe Sharett
*
REAFFIRMS RIGHTS IN STRAIT
Israel Prepared to Fight.
Eshkol Tells Tense World
DI
'refer
;e denied
Shows ^Negroes
Jews as Whites
to
BB Lodge
Says \ egroes
wtkoiv Bias
BW YORK (JTAi A New
fork lodge of B'nai 0 nth accused
NegTO civil rights organizations this
Tf>f "anti Semitic prejudice In
denunciation;! of Jewish
ITS and supervisors in It rook
ggnd Queens elcmentao and
high schools
*OHK spokesman denied the
The Schoolmen's Lodge I
in a letter to Board of
ation President Giardano and
ntendenl of Schools Bernard
ran. that they should Bi
the growing Instance of at
againal Jewish teachers and
risors <'(IRE and othei
^tions are trying to have pun
md teachers in foui I
two Boroughs ti ansfei
Buis San '
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civil n h
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ii.i- and threat-* ol
Hnal teachers pi ncipals
btru-t superintendents

NEW YORK UTA) A studs
sponsored b) the Anti Defamation
League ol B'nai B nth has found
that to the degree that American
Negroes distinguish between Jew-
ish and non-Jewish whites, they
prefei Jews and are less anti-Semi-
tic than Whites The Stud) was part
ut .i five-year research project on
prejudice conducted by the Univer-
sity of California Survey Research
Center with an AIM. grant
Interviews tor tht- study were
made in 1064 with 1.U9 Negro
adults in four major urban eerters
Chicago, New York. Atlanta and
Birmingham as well as in other
metropolitan areas outside the
south and from a representative
Cross section of the adult national
population Interviewing an samp-
ling were done by the National
Opinion Research Center at the
University of Chicago
The study found that nation-
ally, 24 percent of Negro** queri-
ed said Jewish landlords were
better than other whit* landlords
and seven percent said they were
worse In New York City, 17 per-
cent through! Jewish landlords
were better and nine percent,
worse.
In Cl "'"'
nd six, in U at ta 31 and I
19 ai
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Jews were wot
whites; 7i> percent said Jews
Continued on Page 11-A
Israelis seem to want to show
the Arabs that they are prepared,
particularly since the ring of
steel that was put around their
country Monday when Jordan's
King Hussein went to Cairo to
sign a defense pact with Egypt's
President Nasser.
Only May 2. Nasser had called
Hussein "an imperialist stooge,"
reflecting the general Arab opinion
that Jordan has survived through
the >ear> only because of the ex-
istence Of Israel, which would not
tohrate Nasser's <>r any other Arab
leader's conquest of the Hashemite
kingdom
With the new Nasser Hussein
pact, which places Jordan's well-
tiamed 40.000 Aral) Legion under
the command of Nasser, there is
now a three way pact, including
Continued en Page 5-A
TEL AVIV [JTA Aftei a
special meeting ol the Israel Cab
met devoted to the current A
Israeli crisis, Prime Minister Levi
Eshkol announced on the radio
here Sunday that Israel would fight
for its security along the borders
and for its right to freedom of pas
sage through the Strait of Tiran
The Cabinet meeting lasted more
than tour hours
Voicing his confidence m Israel's
army's capacity to repulse any act
of aggression, Mr Eshkol asserted
that the Israel Government would
act "to procure not only the open
ing of the Strait of Tiran. but also
the withdrawal of Egypt's military
build-up along Israel's borders
lie characterized Egypt's blockade
of the Strait of Tiran as "an Bg
gressive act.'" and reiterated Is
rael's "right to defend itself.
Continued on Pago l-A
M OKGANIZATIOHS RlPUStNTtD
Miami Joins Forces
In Middle East Crisis
Greater Miami Jewish community organizations and leader- moved
i- week to meet and plan for the current crisis in the Middle East
Ranging from mass meetings to the passing ol resolutions. Hade
Jewrj determined to make Its opinion known in the highest echelons
Vmerican government with respect to the deteriorating situation
between Israel and her Arab neighbors
Some IIS leader- attended a
tin-
sponsored b) the Gre
Miami Jewish Federation on Sun-
th Florida
ihi Israel Ei
all \iikii
prese v<
the council
Representatives at the meet
ing were from 36 Jewish organi-
lations. both local and national.
One of the maior items adopted
was the agreement that if and
when funds are to be raised,
they would te raised through
the United Jewish Appeal and
the Jewish Agency for Israel.
CRISIS DOMINATES
Dinner Fetes
Nobel Prize
\\ inner Agnon
NEW YORK (JTA \ du-
ller in honor of S Y Aanon. th-
Nobel Prize-winning Israeli writer,
attended here by 1.000 guests this
week, was dominated by the Middle
East crisis The event was sponsor
ed by the Society of Founders, j
honors group of the American
Friends of the Hebrew University,
which brought the Hebrew autho
to the United States.
A number o* notables who had
planned to come, including Am-
bassador Arthur J. Goldberg,
chief U.S. delegate to the United
Nations, and Israeli Ambassador
Abraham Hirmin, were unable
to appear, being busy with diplo-
matic developments around the
Arab-Israel crisis. Mr. Goldberg's
greetings to tht 78-year-old Lau-
reate were presented by Mrs.
Goldberg.
Mr Agnon clearly enjoyed 'JiJ
Occasion He discussed in Hebrew,
with some Yiddish interspersi
his ideas ol America w hit I
were formed as a child in
Europe He expn
Continued on Pace 11 A
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Continued on Page 16-A

Viazar Cuts Short Visit to Canada
IfONTREAX 'TA Presi-
E Shazat curtailed his state
jit to Canada and returned to
I this week He expressed re
tet that the Middle Fast situation
id made the curtailment inevit
ate
One of his final official acti be
Die di parting was a visit to Qui
^it\ where be was met at the ail
-.rt l.\ l.t Government General
i the Province of Quebec, Hughes
Lapoint, Prime Minister Daniel
Johnson. Opposition leader Jean
i ,:e and b) members of the
net lie then proceeded to
Laval Universitj where hi was
,,.,! b) Cardinal Leger and by
\i \ Vachon rector ol th<
university K\ the universit) Preai
dent Shazar declared that he hoped
the links ol friendship uniting I-
,.., ,1IU| the French-Canadian
population would prove effective
now thai Israel is in grave situa-
tion
The Lt. Governor Genoral en-
tertained the President at a re-
ception and Premier Johnson
jave a state dinner in honor of
the President and his party.
Members of Parliament, memb-
ers of the Cabinet and members
of the Jewish community, were
invited to the dinner. Premier
Johnson declared that he was
aware of th* significance of Jew-
ish history, the modern and dy-
namic rebirth of Israel, which
he highly admired. He pledged
his support in the prosent diffi-
cult time and expressed the hope
that peace would be restored in
the Middle East.
President Shazat was the i
of honor at a luncheon given by
Prune Minister Lestei Peal
Mr Pearson reiterated at the
luncheon an earlier statement that
Israel had a full right to live ii
UlitJ and that all men of go idwill
should help the Jewish State In
response, Israel's President told
Continued on Page 6 A
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Eban's Whirlwind Tour of West Seen
As 'Last Chance' Peace Effort
.TF.IU'SAI.KM
erveif here characterized Foreign
Minister Abba S Ehan > whirlwind
lour of the Western capitals thi-
week as the "last chance misstoii"
for |>cace m the Middle Fast Only
speedy, effective action by the
Western powers to compel Presi
dint Nasser to hit the nlockade
he has proclaimed of the iiiilf ol
Akaba. it was felt here, can fore
stall Israeli military action ;< re
open the vital waterwa)
Mranuhile. special en
committees were set up in major
cities in control essential services
In the event nf .in emergency
stemming from the current l
Middle Bast situation Municipal
officials have asked private cai
owners la provide transportation
help because ol a shortgae ve
hicles used in Israel s callui
re-ei
Israelis were preparing for any
eventuality Th* Ministry of Ed-
ucation issued special instruc
tions for safety measures in all
the schools and procedures to be
followed in the event the ten-
sion erupts into a shooting war.
Air-raid drills were held in a
number of schools and will be
held daily until the crisis has
passed.
\n raid shelters wen
n ade read? for use bj I hi
population in the event oi
contingency Teams "i housi
wi-re oi Miii/nl to |mi pare the sliel
lei s alread) I up in apaii
houses .md private homes I
was .i significant reduction in nub
lie bus services in Tel .v. i<
other cities
The Ministrj of Commerce
Industry* aoughl in reassure i nis housewives seeking lo at
ulate supplies "f essential
stuffs 'I he Ministry announced thai
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i.ITA) Ob the country had ample supplies ol
vital foodstuffs, in man) factories,
women weie set n replacing men
who had been called up foi -ii'
ice during the crisis
officials sail' ,.i.i aa lorah
serolli had been sent in the pas)
few (la>> to field synagogues open
ed for newly mobilized troops In
southern Israel The scrolls were
among several hundred recent!) re
ceived from Rumania
Mr ISban's reports, following his
us with President de Gaulle
and Foreign Minister Couve di
Murville were -;.ki in have torn
eassui t. aspi cts Israelis v e i
pli aed, loo, bj Ihe firmnc ol
Pi rsidrnl Johnson's deelai.
and Washington insistence thai
Ihe Strait <>i Tiran must be k< pt
;u lr fort it necessai
wsiting for such claiifi i ht get a
how Washington visualized iiitain
this i pctivc
On this, the time element
loomed as all important to most
Israelis. Measures such as nVash-
ington indicated, it was porited
out. might take a long time and
consultations could be protracted
for weeks and even months. Is-
rael, it was stressed, was not pre-
pared to wait for solution of
the problem unless, in the i *-
terim the strait and her lifeline
to the East were reopened tor
ships sailing to and from the port
of Eilat.
\lennw Nile if a pi ei bIIj be
lieved here. Israel would iuk. no
further measures pending Ihe out
come of Eban's talks and re ipl
.if information on thi
;ilks United Nations Seeirt.uv
General l Than! held in Cairo h
week Israel received Ihe S
declaration of full support for iiv
\r,iii States calml) and without
surprise Israi lis said that Ihi
Hi Union's attitude had been as
sumed from the beginning >t the
crisis
Before his di partui e F > eian
Ministei Eban received individual
|j the ii Ihe 3 > '
em European countries lo each ol
whom he xplained Ihe Israeli
sition and de< that Is ael, >
rdance with Vrticle 51 ol lh
led Nations reserved
the righl of self-defense in the
event that Nasser imposed a block
ade on the Straits of Tiran
Instructions went out from the
Foreign Ministry to all Israeli
envoys abroad to explain to the
governments to whicn they were
accredited that Israel intended
to adhere to its policy on inter-
national waterways as described
by Golda Meir, then the Foreign
Minister, addressing the United
Nations General Assembly in
March, 1957.
This policy, it was stressed, was
approved by (he 14 maritime a
tions whuh wen- represented in
Ihe Geneva Conference on 111" In
tri national Law of the Sea
Premier Levi
tens*' Parliament
fclahkol told a
that any eflorl
by Egypt to block Israel transit
through the Strait of Tiran Would
constitute an act of war Speak
my after consultations with leat
en of all parties, and an extra
ordinary meeting oi the Cabinet
ihe Premier again appealed lo I hi
Western powers to act to assure
that ihe Gulf of Akaba would r<
mam (Ipeii Israeli shipping.
All Israeli units mobilized linct
Egypt precipitated the current
crisis bj ordering UNEF ofl its
territory, have been placed on foi
combat status Israeli units of Eilat
in the (iulf ol Akaba also havt
been given emergency Instructions
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Israel Emergency
Council Formed Here
sard of thirty InrM
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Fodoratioa lo lorn a SouO .- da

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. >t reckon with the growing Arao
- that Egypt's President Nass-
1 DOW seems determined to bring
10 a head. 'i:.<
v. . also political, and at this very
ment the United Arcib Republic is engaging
ne most effective propaganda campaign to
* to challenge the very integrity ol the State
'A Israel as a free and independent nation.
As of mid-week, tne UAR was determined
to dredge up the entire Palestine question"
or.' e more This means the refugees. It means
the specific details of tht UN Partition Plan. It
means the War of Liberation and the buez-
Sinai campaign, both of which the Arabs lost.
But what they lost illegally fighting with
guns, the Arabs are now determined to win
through a resourceful manipulation of th*
United Nations itself. This is not so illogical a
goal as it may seem on its lace. Did not the
United Nations wrest Nasser from the ashes
of defeat in 1956?
These and many other considerations axe
what the newiy-orgamzea Souift 1 loriua Ooun-
cil on the Israel Emergency here will have to
face during the critical days ahead as it moves
to soe how best to assist beleaguered lsiael
in the hour of her greatest need.
The Hunt Continues
The Martin Bormann "scare" is still with
us. The man recently arrested in Guatemala
as the long-sought Hitler deputy turned out
not to be Bormann after all.
What the incident does show is that, twenty
years after the HitleT reign, and more, there
aim men and women still dedicated to out-
rooting the Nazi ghouls and bringing them to
justice.
For South Meridians, it shows another thing:
our proximity to an asea of the world tilled
with fanner Third Reich officials, who have
found a relative haven of safety.
A case in point continues to be Frnnz
St a ng 1. whom Brazil has still done nothing
about turning over to the German authorities.
Stangl has been held personally responsible
for the murder of in excess of 700.000 Jews in
the infamous Treblinka concentration camp.
Recently discovered in Brazil, he is currently
in a maximum security prison there while the
Brazilians aim presumably making up their
mind about honoring one of three extradition
requests made by Eupropean nations including
West Germany and Brazil, for his return for a
wai crimes trial.
It is by now painful knowledae that the
Latin nations show a peculiar predilection to-
ward giving sanctuary to these criminals. If the
extradition reguests for Stangl are not honored,
observers will finally understand just how anxi-
ous Israel was in the Eichmann case and why
the Government of Israel elected to kidnap
T*o*4*$-o*ef**D
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Eichmann rather than go through official chan-
nels to retrieve him.
Meanwhile, the reports on the whereabouts
oi Bormann and Dr. Josef Mengel?. lor example
continue to abound. The Guatemala "score'
was the latest of them. The hunt continues.
Emanu-EI Milestone
Temple Emanu-EI of Miami Beach
reach another milestone in its steady procress
Sunday when the cornerstone of the new S6S0 -
0C0 Social Hall-School Building is laid amidst
day-long ceremonies.
The Miami Beach Synagogue has achieved
national recognition under the spiritual leader-
ship of Dr. Irving Lehrman and the efforts of a
process'on of commuitv-mindec' Drecidertv
It is significant that the Jewish Theological
Sen.iJiaiy ... AlueftCa ^ bti.u.ng iis presiuent,
Dr. Bernard Mandelbaum. to take part in the
fesfvities. which will include the installation ol
officers and a bruncheon to the DiLido Hotel.
Samuel N. Fnedland chairman of the board
of Temple Emanu-EI. ha accepted the general
chairmanship of the day and has worked side-
by-side with Max Boderman, reelected as presi-
dent, in spearheading the construction ol the
new facility.
The Social Hall-School Building promises to
add greatly to the educational, cultural, re-
ligious and social life of both the Jewish and
genertl communities.
Tribute to Jet Age
It is a tribute to the jet age in which we
live that, only two weeks ago. it seemed ap-
parent that American diplomacy had decided
to reduce its American commitment to Israel.
In effect its American commitment to Israel,
find itself linked with Israel's defense.
No mare eloquent illustration can be offered
than the fact that our ambassador to Israel was
ordered to boycott th Israel Indenpendence
Day parade in Jerusalem on the ground that
the parade was too provocative.
This, despite the fact that the parade was
not as big as last year's and that it was even
more deliberately soft pedaled by Israel than
ever before.
But the boycott was designed to achieve a
main goal: to indicate to the Arabs that the U.S.
was wavering in its commitment to the per-
manency oi Israel.
Now all that is changed. Nasser's brave and
bold but illegal blockade of the Gulf of Aqaba
has brought U.S. participation in the current
Middle East disturbance to the highest possible
point short of speaking for its own interest.
11 Years After
Suez, the Battle
Is Still Engaged
Y $ J. GOLDSMITH
London
Self-criticism was always one
of the endear-.r.g trait* in the
character of the British It u-ed
to go along with their empire-
rr:n- and 01 she it
t tersbk Nobody car. accuse the
I re mtir history to
a better picture of them
peoples
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about it Th< re laN
The> s:mpl> refuse to comment.
Anthooj Eden now Lord
Avet Mollet, David B-n
! Patrick
Dean the) ail have sealer!
As far us they are concerned,
there :* no such place Sevres;
or if then il thy nave n
hear': I Chrutiai i'.>eau and
afosbe Da>an are not very forth
ran
Howevi h Thomas
tabiishes once and for ali that on
ber 23 Mollet Ben-
(Ijrii/n Selwyn Lloyd and Pat-
rick Dean 'not a minister, only
1' the
htTed at
Sevres It teems all pa"" k it i.'xin themselves: never to
reveal anything about the meet
Their ante ar- 4 '"urse
u.und b> the mica goven
confidential meeting! and secret
imenti It also seems that at
Sevres, a declaration of intent
be-
Iwecn th parties, a> formulat-
ruiioi ai et eem to
have signed it, while Eden added
his signature later Wf shall prob
ablv never know whether Ben
(iurion actual!) refused to accept
the signature of IJoyd or Dean
Byt it is apparently a fact that
Eden himself signed the thing,
and his signature was *ent to
Mollet who in turn sent B-G a
photocopy
Bound by Oath
Kand'ilph I hurchill. an influen-
tial and brilliant writer in his own
r.tht. and not onl> the bearer of
a famous name, told the other
day how he -poke to Ben^iunon
recently at Sde Boker about this
very subject, and how Ben stiu Mt|M lUI&MNi imiui.u u.. ine
oath of secrecy However, the old
Man told Churchill, for publica-
tion too, that he never received a
signed copy of the agreement.
onlv a photOCOP) V. rv much like
'hat woman wh-> -aid that she had
never borrowed a pot from h>r
neighbor but. at any rate, there
was a hole in it
Now what is the burden of the
criticism leveled upon the Gov-
ernment of the day and Eden in
particular?
Aggression arising out of the
old empire mentally: a futile
exercise which was doomed to
failure because of American op-
position and the I'm ted Nations
condemnation, collusion with
France and Israel Perhaps Eden
was wrong He failed, anyhow,
and he who fails in an act of war
was wrong He failed ar.yn- -
is always wrong It was of eat
morally wrong to use force ir. -
kind of conflict It is also
able that what is gead eooug
Naeser is not good enouxh |
fir^at Bntai" Britain Ca'^
very well copy Nasser and
awa> *ith it. and should MM
s even if it could get awav .
it The Tones of today hare
eacusaa The r is that
number of Tories also oprK.
' wa- a-d Anthony \
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But I-rael'* -ltuation was
" ami fighting
tenci "-he as trv ir.
rent an allout Egypr.ar.
tack against hp.- borders w
Nasser had promised She w
mer< > forests I | *he eneanj
imate move if ,ver there a
one
nsete was no moral'lapse en
the part of Israel Toe Arabs
c o m m 11 f i ng agjere
again M ber all the time Vs
ire for coll..
F ron her point of \
there wa- not enough coital
With a little more coihMloa tb
Isra.-li- could have reached
I Canal, and this would haw
the end of Nawr That |
had been on th<- move and fil
.d nt from the
Ki^h rt Henrique'- (ine UlHMl
Hours to Suez He was of courx
a military expert, Montgomery '-
former chief of st^ff
No Apolofl.n Md Incidentally, granted that
military adventure was on
ngtitly or wrongly is it w:
for allies to collude'' You may
the war as such was wrong K
it was being fought
But to come back to Israel
why should she apologue and
plain'' She arai looking for all.-
and the French and th<- Brit
are as good allies a> any cm.
I wish to have, as I
Eisenhower once put it
Actually it is doubtful w he:
collusion is the right word t
lioa means a fradulent ui
standing between opponent- n i
law suit Ho* on earth does it f::
Israel, or even Britain and ft
ance' A strange pcychotni
situation has been created, be
cause the campaign failed, it-
planners here and in France i
all the time on the defensiv.
and Israel seems to follow tl..
Everybody cries blue murit<-
about collusion, and the Israeli-
get worried.
Gattsfciri Venion
The late Labor leader. Hugh
Gaitskell. and almost all his
leagues on the Labor Executive
and in the House of Comn.
banded Israel together with Bri-
tain and r ranee Only th
Aneuran Bevan made a dial
tion between Israel and the Othi r
two But everybody seems Id
cept the Gaitskell version
As to whether British mini
told lies in Parliament
lies and not private lies, of < o
this is a matter for the Bi
to decide. Israel ought to I*
missed from the inquest.


Friday June 2. 1967
+Jenisfi fhricfi^r
Page 5-A
Plea for Gen, Dayan Back at Helm
OR. f*tO WINKOff
Dr. Wiikoff
Relected Prexy
Of Judea Men
Dr Fred W itk 11 I oral Gables
at, has '<'' prcsi
the Temple Judea Brother
\ men the board <(
... .
he will ir the 196168
presidents re
I), llowud > i Hei i > an l
.hi Rutkin raking offi
..,. i Hai i ison, with
n i;< Ids t< .i* secre
tarj
Eighteen Tempi* Judee Bro-
thrrrtood member* were elected
to serve on the board of directors
along with the officers. Located
at 5500 Granada Blvd., across
Dixie Highway from the Umver-
. rf Miami, Temple Judea is
ii I i4tJ wit* the Union of
rican Hebre v Congregations
:n, Nat onal Federation of
Temple B'otnerhoods Rabbi
hi A K ;per is tail Itual
f .
Cor.* inued .from -Pefje, |-A
mwhile < lianat-
I the Middle Easl that Saudi-
an Kinj Faisal, archfoi
also preparing to join
neup against Israel
mwhile, the Soviet Union
rm sd h ii ship sti an
Dardenellea from the
to the Mediterranean
i in~ u ill ii one ol ten such -hips
i lor the area, poaaiblj
latch ihe buildup ol American
and British ships In the Red Sea
prepared t<> challenge Naa
b m k.i le ol the Gull of Aqaba
against Israeli shipping.
Official Israel Government
sources pointed t<> the long-disput-
ed status ii the Dardanelles, only
.(> years ago again reaffirmed as
ternational waterway, despite
the facl thai it is considerably
narrower than the Gulf of Aqaba
o nized as wholly within
Turkish territory
at .i Rus&.an warship could
throi !U without
the Israe
t i he wea i if I hi N asser
thai the Gulf of
First Banquet For
Young Judaeans
r'ir>" ol what will be a traditi
nior Young Judeans
v.as the installation banqui t held
at Michel s Restau
r.i nt
Items on the agenda included
a pr< bj the Miami Si
ouncil, governing body
for area members, pres ntations
to th graduating seniors, and
llation I Ulcers of the
five Miai i sei >r clubs
A -aba ii his to open or close at his
will
At the United Nations, debate
raged again Tuesday and late
Wednesday over the Middle East
crisis. Syria Ambassador George
Tomeh made more than an hour-
long presentation documenting
Israel's "agressiveness' since the
creation of the state according to
the United Nations Partition Plan
of 1948.
Lebson's Ambassador George
Hakim said that Israel 'was born
of war." implying that she would
also die that way.
In reply to a challenge by Tomeh
that the United States has always
lined up with Israel against the
Arab nations. U.S. Ambassador
Arthur Goldberg (minted to th*
recenl Israeli retaliatory raid
villag. i Samu \ that tl
In which the United S1 on its
the Arabs to cei I
i pointed to the 1951 rabs in a< I
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president Cantor Sol PakowiU
IETN OAVID 7*S- SW Vd Ave Cc
Mrvii.vf Parr. Sol Landau Cantor
Will.am w L eson
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FTH EL MO -i Rj-r Solomon Sehifl
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CANDLELIGHTIN6 TIME
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IETM MOShE CONGREGATION
MbJO W De Mvv, Cc-Mtrjli
Raob David Rcsenfeid Cjnto- Sey
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9ETM SOLOMON *0 NW Vst PI
Cc">erv.it.ve Rabbi *.uon Ffi*-
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t"odo Raob< Joseph E Rackovsky
ANOALE JtnIS- CENTER
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O^ MIAMI I&4S Vair.ngtO" Av*
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S Andrew* Av* Reform Rabb
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Part' pi- r Chi ton Cantc Thr.-
aare Mtndicn
f\iibbuticiil Jcievision / roa
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jun 4 Ch 10 11 a.m Jewish Worship Hour
boviU Temple Ner Tanud
June 4 <'- 7, 10 a.n'. Still Small Yoict
H >- Rabbi T iC Cohea Oosa-
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GOBSl K-:- Si
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1'opic Torah ll Toda>
a Ch .1 y 30 p Mar. lo Man '
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A TASTE OF HEBREW
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HOLLVWOOO TEMPLE S'NAI 1201
Johnson it Cons*r\ -it>v* RaDb'
David Shapiro. Cantor >*-..jar
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SVNAGOGUE '.Si2 Washington A.*
Orthodo. Rtob T,t>or H 6tem
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KNESETm ISRAEL '*'i ElMlld Av*
Orth. jo Rabu David L*fi'' o
Canto* Abraham S'.
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Co i.r, Av* Rev Cantor tao< Nan
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TEMPLE AOATH YESHvUlS Con
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Gar*r Ro Rabbi Milton Svhl ni,
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JajttBf Mil Av* Conaer.ativ* Cantor
Sjjui H Br*h

TEMPLE BETH SMOLEM of Molly
wood ?j Vonro* bi Cone'ativ*
*taou MortaMi MJIiit) Cantor Er
net Sterner.
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TEMPLE ShulOM 1J2 SW "'.n Ave
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4th Ave Hiaieah Coeacervativo
Rabbi Maurice Kiom

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TEMPLE ZAMORA 44 Zamo'8 Avt
Conservative Rabbi Maiwoll er
(r Cantor Ben U"Uor

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AMI tW NE 171st St 3-.nodo
Rabbi Shorwm Staube-
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'443 44 Washington Ave Rirl Naf.
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THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
Jews Hind Selves In
Marriage Tie to God
By D' Herbert M Baumgard
Temple Befh Am
Tin- Nubbjth bcgll it i
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lies m
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matters SfaUCfl an- if.
the orgaaii ai
.ir and I I j n pur
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a jjckxI opo tunit> lor tefle
liottea protlaim- that m the lulurt
God i- 'n be known ,,- Ubl and
Beak Herein i* continued
ih. dkVerence between Ike Jewiak
and the paxan concept "i "io The i>a>;aiiN cslled then cktel
Baa wlii h rm siv
BO ii Baal was
to "wn all ot lh- land Tl
wl worked the land v^rc hi-
laves The priests .. I nol
this retigiOMs dosma lo
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people who a;. ij
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TEMPLt O NAI IHOlOM 1 SHOO NW
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1
day June 2. 1967
I r- if
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noaoi
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jfron Topol,
ivic Leader,
asses Away. 56
Syron J Topol died here Thun
y. May 2 I al the age of 58 Mr
pol, who lived ..i .iK.'i No Shore
., was i .in .IV nor of JR Hand-
fs ai Floi iil.i and director of the
4AH, Chan man ol the athletic
maiiMai ot 111 v wee chair
in Of Unit I? ol the United Fund.
d aerved .- .< meiiiher oi the
nd-raiain.; i-omimtii-e and past
evident ;ind directoi oi the I "it
Cerabiai r.-ii>> Foundation
Ha ** trust** of Temple
Hi fholom. past president of
ft*) Mbrmandy Isle Improvement
Ition, a member of the An-
I tni past president of Sigma
tlpSt* mu. and active in the
*Mred Jewish Appeal
Topol ;iImi solved no |||,.
alBt'a ('oinmitti'f for Fmplov
of thr Handicapped .mil u
^Bap-fi;i! award fiom the
on Total Employment
er graduating from Syra
i ersitj. he becam< .i pi a
:< il baseball player, joining
team ol the Brooklj n Dod
H< latar wenl Into the lumbe-i
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BYBON T0P01
' .i ii Mi Topol retired
i ived i" Miami two y< an
i onting associated with .IK
-
In New York, he was a director
f Beth El Hospital, the Century
ut and Composite Lodge. FA
He was a member of the
ederation of Jewish Philan-
hrepies of New York.
iio for Mr Topol
lay noon .it Kmisnle Nor
'y Isle Chapel II.- i- -uivived
- wife. Ho-. I.ia
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Continued from Paqe 1-A
bette than other whites on hiring
Negroes and 45 percent belli
that Ji ws were more in favor of
civil rights than othei whites while
three percent felt thai Jews were
less in favor
More than an pe -cenl ol the
total sample said the) had ne\ i
bean treated unfairl) by Jewish
merchants, 82 percent said it was
> asiei in gel credit in a Jewish-
owned itor<> and nine percent said
il w as not easier. Forty nine per-
cent said Jews were easier on
Negroes who fell behind in pay-
ments and 16 percent said Jews
were harder. The remaining re-
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said the) did not know which was
better
The Study found that where
Jews do not predominate in the
Film Shown at Joint Meet
A film "To Save a Life." was
shown, c o u r t e s > Mercantile
National Hans- ai the joint mcctina
recent!) of Temple Beth Raphael
Negro ghettoes, "The particular
ethnic group that does is likely
to be the recipient of economi
cally inspired hostility," specifi-
cally the Chinese in some west
coast communities and Italians
in New Orleans.
Dr Gar) T Marx, assistant pro
lessor oi sociolog) at the Universit)
of California at Berkeley, who di
reeled the study, said that Ulh-
ii nl studii nid.. ated little or
in shift in the attitudes n I
on the basis ol the 1W4 inti i
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Friday June Z \%i
Newly-installed officers of Greater M:ami Sec-
tion of National Council of Jewish Women are
llett to right1 Mrs. Abraham Booxbaum, treas-
urer; Mrs. Burtcn Goldberg, vice president of
community services; Miss Elsie Schwabe,
corresponding secretary; Mrs. Irving Wexler.
vice president of administration; Mrs. Charles
Rosenberg, vice president of ways and means
Mrs. Edwin Oppenr.eim, president of GreaU-r
Miami Section. Mrs. Robert Childs, vice presi-
dent of membership; Mrs. Emanuel Pollack,
assistant financial secretary; Mis. Norman
Cohan, vice president of public cffairs; and
Mr. Robert Somerstein, recording secretary.
Not pictured is Mrs. Burton Levey financial
secretary.
JEWISH FRESS ASSOCIATION CONVENTION
Tifereth Jacob
Installs Leaders
Of 3 Affiliates
On Fn Incoming offai
i ii the boar I
of the
rttbod, Men's (Hub and rent
nen Lnata p m
v ices.
K.ihoi Maui.ce K
.1- well a- functioneif tailing
officer Hii theme was TheTl
fold ftlessinK ot Independence
Fred Rapps waa ir.-talled as
temple president. Mr* li.irriet
Klinger, president of Sisterhood;
and Mr Milton Azrik.m president
of the Men's Club Marvin Klun
i> out noing president
Mrs Sarah Klein Mrs S >l n
Mn Sad) e Lei
Mrs Mildred W'ai
the i invention n St.
a- representatives l
i
L .S. Publishers Meet in Israel
JERUSALEM FTAl The
25th annual convention of the
Kmt ricai U w ish Press Issoi
this week
30 publishei and i ditors .-it
SI it, D >partmenl
nil American nationals
to stay out ol the Middle Ea
The Drat session was held in the
nann Hall of the Jewish
j Pr mil r Levi Eshkol.
: Middle
East crisis was unal I
He sent warm
Express
ee i i a ism ol the emei g<
the Pren
iu as mi
the United Mate- to inform ou.-
brethren there of the priorities of
th hour "
Th# Premier *dd*d "Tell them
of Israel's strength, determina-
tion and deep sense of purpose
and about Israel's gratitude for
the manner in which our fellow
Jews have rallied so spontane-
ously to this case of human jus-
tice.
tea were greeted by
*. L. 1 bai < Jew
ish Agei c) executive
tn of the session w is
-
Atlanta and president of the a<
sociation Greetings also were
presented b> the
Jour: md the World B
of Jewish Journalists
Mr Pincua told the editors
publishers that "the fe
not alone in our strug
consii the Y.-hn I
ing ol securitj He lauded the
work of the I nited Jew ish A|
thai i .' \ in never
been n all; adequate to absorb
all the .lew- who have
He -aid
.
munities shou
uEs1rVK BETTER THAN THIS:
race on Miami Bea ^.^
Prel ,, to be branded with am
Wc | allow yoor Pa^, ^ad 0f false stones bra,
rEtnCRS^^anrm,tiSmwhenl
^ Huma,::ri **..
f D R was .he man most response and nate
he face of great oppos^onfomthe'S^ ^ ^ ^^ .
ers President Roosevelt was o. e
eev-e. re we entered the War.
E,eanor RooseveH was, -^bledly ^ne ^ the g^
ponents of human W "$$%, during her final ri n.
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Here revised architect's ::.e new $650,000 Temple Emanu-El
Social Hall-School Bu. iow under construction ent to the ma.n
. tuary at 17th St. and Washinaton Ave.. Miami Beach. Designed by
Temple Emanu-El member and architect, Morris Lapidus. it is be:ng built by
Robert L. Turchin, with Emanu-El vice president. Emil Morton, serving as chair-
man oi the building committee. Cornerstone-laying ceremonies will take
place Sunday morning at the construction site it< foil ing installa-
ot oilicers in the sanctuary and jus! pnor to a rui cheon at the DiLido
Hotel. Max Boderman is president, and Dr. Irvinq Lehrman is rabbi ol Temple
Emanu-El. Samuel Friedland is general chairman ol the June 4 festivities,
with Harry Pearlman bruncheon chairman.
BRUNCHEON AT Dl LIDO WILL FOLLOW CEREMONIES SET FOR MORNING
Cornerstone-Laying for Temple Emanu-El
Fried/and is Chairman
Of Sunday Program Here;
Dr. Mandelbaum to Talk
Temple Emanu Kl <>f Miami Beach will pan .-i mm i' cunt mile
In its 27-year history Sunday with a aericf of festivities opened
the installation <>i otiicera loi the i*" wi year In the main sane
ary Instsllat'on proeeedii will conducted hv r*r In Lehr
Lan with thr assistance of Judge Irving < ypen and George J Talianoff.
presidents, an- scheduled to begin at lu m am
Samuel n Friedland, chairman
the board of Tempts F.manu El,
general chairman of Sunday's
iebration, highlighting the lay
ftn.' of the cornerstone for the
ew $650,000 Social Kail School
aildmg being built adjacent to
e mam sanctuary' arK^ Sirkin
all
l>r Bernard Mandelbaum.
resident of the Jewish Theologi-
al Seminary of America, will be
the guest tpfttter at the installs
tion an .:t ., special ceremony in
which Founders ot the new
Bmanu-Ei facility win sign ihiir
names on a scroll to be placed
in a time capsule, which will in
turn be placed into the corner
stone
Emil Morton, vice president of
the congregation and chairman
of the building committee, is
SAMUEL FRIEDLAND
overall chairman
chairman of the cornerstone lay-
ing activities Samuel J. Halperin.
campaign chairman, and Harry
Rotl are co-chairmen of tl.e
cornerstone committee.
DR. BERNARD MANDELBAUM
gueit speaker
A bruncheon at the DiLido
Hotel at noon will follow the in-
stallation and cornerstone evle
brations. Harry I' e a r 1 m a n is
bruncheon chairman with two
via presidents, .lack earner and
Alexander, Muss, co chairman.
Several other committees have
been organized for Sunday, with
\.\. iiuii .uax lioilerman serving
as chairman ol the steering com*
mittee and coordinating his ef-
forts with Friedland, who served
for 14 years as president of Tem-
ple Emanu El,
Designed bj Temple member
Morris Lapidus and being built
bj Robert L Turchin's construc-
tion firm, the new building will
serve the more than 1.200 mem
b r families with the most modem
facilities for enriching the educa-
tion, i. religious, cultural and soc-
ial lit' "! Mian:: Beach's largest
synagogue
Members of the steering com-
mittee foi Sunday's intensive ac-
tivities include Bernard I. Binder,
Sam Blank. Irving Cowan, Morris
Fisher. Dr Stanley Frehling,
Sydney Gans, Ceorge Goldberg,
William H. (Jordon. Dr Sherman
R. Kaplan. Perry Kaye. Joseph
M l.ipton. Harry Millman. Hank
Meyer, Harry' Mufson, Jack S.
Popick. Lou i'oller. Joseph Sacks
and Jack Taylor.
Robert L. Turchin
GENERAL CONTRACTORS
Temple Emanu-El Social Hall-School Blclg.
1835 Purdy Avenue Miami Beach, Florida
Telephone 538-8677


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Friday June 2. 1567
Installation Ceremonies to be Featured on Sunday
>lx Boclerman Again
Heads Officers' Slate
Of Beach Synagogue
M .1 \ Roderman presidi
head- the list of officers who will
serve Temple Km ami El for 1981
r.8 wWh
30 a m .
Sundaj in the unctuar) "I
A major factor in itili-
George Talianoff Judge Cypen
installation co-chairmen
Alexander Muss Jack Carner
bruncheon co-chairmen
m of th#- citj' business v
: h his leadciship in the Lin
coin Road Washington Avenue
and South Shore Associations,
Boderman Ma* rcelected unani
moualy He h.i- sparked tie effort
in luuid the new Social Hall
School Building, for which the
cornerstone will !* laid immcdi
llowing the installation
!> Irving Leht n ai spiritual
hi Sj will con
the in-' led bj
Judge I in .i rrl i .i
Talianofl installation < o chair
in.-n
Samuel N Fnedland will ayain
assume the post of chairman of
the board \ i":
of Emanu-EI Knedland is chair-
man of the board of Food K.rr
i national leader at
i Bond-. th< I i-h
-h Theological S mi
ind numei
ih and
! esidents will be
stall< irarj lift p
11 hi an kel '
M Lipton Joseph M Rose and
Han \ Sil
ol hono arj
Is a ill be filled bj B i
I Hind.: in Stand j Frehl-
hai \es t-1.11 htman and htai i \
P( irln
Niqi the 1
members will !* installed a- vice
It nti lack < arm r Joseph
< ohi ) pen Samuel J.
Halpenn, A l liolasky. Kmil
Moi ton llexandei Muss Jack S
I i k and Talianoff
i i Lipton ill take of)
reasun i w ith Sydm j Gana
Jai k Taj lor ai assot
asurers
Rarrj i; It will lx- installed .is
I with Di Sherman i<
Kaplan and llarr> A Letrj
ries Abe Green
will i).' installed .i> financial
secretarj with three i
imanciai M cretariei Joseph Hoti
man. Harry Milltman and Herbert
S Shapiro
Di Herman K Mechlowiti will
be installed .1- recording m
tarj
The installations will '.ike place
prior to special ceremonies In
which Temple Emanu El'a patrons
and sponsors will lign individual
l\ a special scroll to be placed .n
the time capsule, which in turn
will be placed in the cornerstone
The entire congregation, in
eluding all students has been in
vited to participate In the in
stallation, which 1- being held on
.1 Sundaj for the first time
Mrs. Kogan to Chair
Hostess Committee
For Inaugural Fete
MAX BODERMAN
reelected president
ShMUEL HALPERIN
building chairman
Mr- Alexander Kogan has ac-
ne post of chairman of
1 tor Sundaj ries <>f
lebrating the corner-
stone laying of the ni a Social
Hall school Building of Ten
El
\ : ,.| Sisterhood,
function in the hist f
with an
:
rum
Mi Kogan hi embU
Emanu El
i a ill sen i
dil ido brunt hcon which will
. ||
at the Tern; -
nd v\ sshington Kvt
v. irking with her will !
Max Boderman wife of tl
Mrs Bn il Me
building committee < hai
and Mr- Samuel J Halpenn
chan man
1 it 1 include the M<
1 is Robert I. Blum > ;
Goldberi tt liam H Gordon
\hc Green Perrj Kaye Har \ \
I e\ A .1 Molaskj M urr.1%
Koretzky, Sam Blank Irvii
In Mai Dinisman Lei
Abramaon Joseph \i Lipt
Lubj ii Harry MHIsaaa
Popkk and Sol <" Sha\.
The besjbssjaei will t>e aited by
Wives of thr other office!- In,
tors ..nd trustees along
1 the Siaterhood P l
1 .-mptc Emanu-BI
ai ions

HARRY PEARLMAN
bruncheon chairman
EMIL MORTON
cornerstone chairman
\(>ic Facility
a.
To Feature
The Finest
di r tin lirecl '
1 nmmittee chair" 1 d ''
- 1 .il cost 1 si t Ro
and archlti
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Ijacent 1 the n
during l

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ham Ij with Hi.
ma
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ns, all central!) >
honi Im led ami
m ith the n
1 main floor, in additior
the .: issrooma ai d .1 in
: u era w ill f> ature an
enl 1. be) und w I
be multi put
h.i i.
second fh"
two ballroom clet atoi u
tun Hall m ith
ing i a| ai itj ol 800 banc,
01 wmi for lectures and -t
The ballroom, an
appou with
;
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ko-hei kit* hi n for all
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and
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June 2. 1967
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Tmru rouic ihduship division
Spiritual Leader Dr. Lehrman
Among Best Known Rabbis
rry Koretiky Sam Luby. Jr.
-chairman co-chairman
Robert Blum
co-chairman
Harry Lavy
chairman
ey Committees Bring
Together Major Leaders
,-.;" f.-,f Sun
ly's a at T<
,'iu-Ki ha\ broui iher
-ih veteran Icn oi t sjn
ogue ind mbers o!
tion
AFFILIATE
ORGANIZATIONS
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Harold J
PTM .1 Jim
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lent Max

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I Abe W axei '.. rg i
the public relations i
coordinate e in-
extei publicity el

on
Vi ther past
11
S
S
e story,
B
Spiritual loader of Temple
Emanu Kl tince 1943. Dr. Irving
Lehrman i> one of the best known
rabbis in the United States He
holds leadership positions in nu
merous international, regional,
state and loeal religious. non-
La rian and communit) organiz-
tlOlls.
Currently the dynamic rabbi
serves a- chairman of th. Din
lOgue Committee of the National
Conference of Christians and Jews
for the Florida region, and has
been active in NCCJ work since
it was organized in the state
Recently elected president of
the Rabbinical Association of
ater Miami for a second time.
Dr. Lehrman last year took offii i
man of the i
binic Cabinet ol th, i
i-h Appi .n
He is a national vice president
of the Zionist Organization of
America and in \ Visiting Professor in Homentics
at the Jewish Theological Semin-
ary of America
Vice chairman of the Dade
County American Ked Cross. Dr.
lehrman is a member of the
board of the United Fund of Dade
Count) II- i- vice president of
the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration, and served as chairman
of the Combined Jewish Appeal
for two successive, successful
campaigns In l;>- and i>i65.
A member of the executive
board ol the South Florida Coun-
cil of the Boj Scouts of America,
I)r Lehrman is on the g i from
early morning until late at night
of his ( .
tion and the entire commui
DR. IRVING LEHRMAN
Two Decades for Emanu El
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idersl ,h
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pie is oi
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appo ntment
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Ten mi Fl ha

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chairman
Haiiy Mjit
cornerstone
co-chairman
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Telephone 371-3653
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Telephone 631-4321
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-Jen ist fkrkt&ri
Friday June 2. : 957
Greater Miami Jewish Organizations and Leaders
Meet to Form Fla. Emergency Council
CH4 from Pege l-A
betr grave concern over the
mounting danger of a new war in
(he Near Fa ting from the
massing of Egyptian troops on Is
reel's frontiers Syrian terrorism,
and Egyptian expulsion of the
I'mted Nations Emergenc> Force
The South Florida Council on
the Israel Emergenc) issued a
:aB to all of their (ell Ploridians
*nd America- I -.:prv.rt frrrrtlv
I r. -.dent Johnson reafiirmatiun
that the Gulf of Aqaba i- ar, inter
national waterway and that a
t ktckade of Israeli ship;'
and potentially disastrous to
I peace
"The Council asked all Ameri-
cans to |om a prayer for peace,
recogniiirv) that the continuance
of this blockade is clearly an act
of aggression against Israel which
is the democratic bastion against
Communist influence in the Mid-
dle East.
The Council stated that the)
heartened by tht President's
thai the .*ighi 'rite
ternationa I waterway 1
", l nited
- as aelJ a- to th. entire
international mmmumi> It called
the U S to maintain its
policy affirmed bj Presidents
Truman. Elsenhower Kenned)
izing the ter
ritorial integrity sen
>n in the Middle East II es
PEPPER SCHEDULED AS GUEST SPEAKER
mppOfl of an> steps taken
: nmenl that may be
-ar> to resist acts of war
gainst Israel, to protect Israel s
National sovereignty, as esta
ed by the I'mted Nations, and to
preaa W peace in the Middle BaSl
Towards these ends, their rep
formed mid South
ncil <>n The 1
\ whu h will work wit*
Americans of all faiths t.. help pre
n the Middle r
The following tia\< been appoint
cil to serte on tin executive com
mittee
Sidney D. Ansin. I)r
I'.aumgard. Jerry Casell. David
Fleeman. Rabbi Robert Fr
Charles Goldstein. Joseph K:
Rabbi Leon KioiilI. ill
Lehrman, Seymour I.eibman **
Anna Brenner Meyers SI
Or Joseph Naroi I
/. Al Oeaip, Norton S
Jack I'opuk. Leonard Ro
. Rosenblatt. Rabbi I;
Rabbi Allen Rutchik Rabl
mon s.hifi Gerald Si
Shapiro Pred K s
Mrs Sam Steinberg, Hi
Wernick. Rabbi Berel W
A'etnkle Mn li
1 Zuckerman 1
\rthur Teitlehaum. Jo-. ,
!: Walter /and Arthur
and Robert I* Poi I
Ml
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Israel Bonds to Rally Sunday1**** Gafher To Hear sPeoker
OX An eme;-cencv meet inn report the ZOA and a noted au'bof
A one-u H IO0
in Israel Bonds in Gn
Miami wa- la night
at ar. Israel Bond emergenc) con-
fen nee convened by Dade bu-
leader Sam Fnedland
The drive will be climaxed by
Bond-with Israel mobilization
rally on Sunday night. June 4,
I p.m.. at the Miami Beach Audi-
torium, and a luncheon gathering
Monday at noon at the Fontaine-
Rabbis
In Prayer
Sabbath
The Greater Miami Rabbinical
Association, in a proclamation con
cernine the Middle East cnst>
declared this week
"Whereas the crisis in the Middle
East has become a source of vital
concern to the entire world.
"Whereas, a connagration in the
Middle East could consume not
only the nations in the area, but
could lead to a military conflict
between the major powers as well.
"Therefore, the Rabbinical As-
sociation of Greater Miami pro-
claims the weekend of June 2 as
a "Sabbath of Prayer" for peace
in the Middle Fast
'The Rabbinical Association
of Greater Miami calls upon re-
ligious leaders of every faith
to offer prayers in their respec-
tive synagogues, and churches,
that this grave crisis be resolved
amicably, and that peace be es-
tablished for Israel and the entire
wcrld
We apt
it tn
n Ins
eni
.
it) of . nations in the V
tn-. 1 itions ii the .1
ational iti I Lh< Straits
of Tiran
In this Bout "I crisis we call
upon tn. l nited Nat 101
iti tronga l for a just
peace in I
w.
He ,'rant triad 1 stand
ing to all nations thai the) m.->
m iccordance with ami toward
the fulfillment of the prophet
Isaiah They il their su
int'' plowshare- ami 'heir ;
iks nation Shall
not lift up sword against nation,
neithe. shall thi learn war any
more
Rhode Islanders
Meet on Beach
Rhode Island Club of Greater
Miami held its regular month
ly meeting on Sunday. 7 pm in
the Washington Federal. 1243
Washington Ave. uith president.
Ann Rudnick. presiding
After the busines meeting, there
were game* and refreshments
bleau Hotel \jmi*r the auspices of
the 6.000-member Miami Beach
Hadassah.
Congressman Claude Pepper will
come down from Washington to
address the rally next Sunda)
night
In addition, Mrs Judith Beilin
Israeli consul in New York and a
lelegate to the I'mted Nation- will
be in Miami Beach to address
l>oth the Sunday night gathering
and the Monday luncheon
In announcing the drive Ir
Aaron Kahan. executive din
Of the Israel Bond Organization
1 a ith Israel
reflects l I hliah
menl of Israel was not poi
without the c(H>peration of wot Id
Jewr) and the tr-. nal
world, In like manner everj .'<
feels peraonall) invohed in thir
He added. To lend money 'o
which is the purpose of an
md >t this time is the
greatest act of confidence possible
in vew of th.' fact that checks (or
Israel bonds .ire made directly to
the State of Israel and are repay
able by the State of Israel "
An emergency meeting r<
from the Middle Easl FTonl was
to .' iponaorad b> the South
la Districts of tin
f An* bun
;> .m p in m the Volt) m of
lm Fontainebleau Motel
Guest -i" skei were to inch It
the Ikn Amnon Gil-Ad, Seymour
B I iebraan, ami Rabbi S T
Swirsky
Gilad I- special representative of
Israel to the consulate general foi
the Southeast United state-
Liebmen is a noted historian,
ed. <. auih"
world-traveler. He is a past presi-
dent of the Southeast region of
the ZOA and a noted au'r-c
on the Middle East.
su;r-k\ is
: history at Miam. Da
College and vice chairm.
South Florida Zionist 1
irmefl of the Thui j
1. Ra
Shapiro, president of tht
east region if the ZOA, si 1
G ller, chairman of tt..
Florida ZOA Presidents (
\ Ia\ in the Ufa of Mil |
ent film made in Kfar -
and the premiere of a new
completed in Israel *<;
-down
c
Henry Jones and the B'nai B'rith
in i i '.
state The common her teing
submerged in differences bred and foa-
tered b) the wide!) varied immigrant
backgrounds of its members, and by
growing antagoi reen Orthodoxy
and the new Reformers At a time when
iction was virtually non-exiati
Hem .1 eate th<
.ii/ alliaru e of
Them which hi
on October 13th of that year wi
cated to unit 111 >; .lews in the promotion
of then- own highest interests and those
of humamtv. It incorporated the prin-
ciples of philanthropy, honor and patrio-
tism -principles befitting the Sons of the
Covenant, the b'nai b'rith of Abraham
Incredibly, little is known about the
founder of the Independent Order of
ii'nai B'rith. Henry Jones evidently
ght; he ref sed the
pi of the organization, and
-I-. and .is its secretary. But in
B'nai B'rith monument that
tifk the quality and strength
' ind charai ter Brilliantly
blue-printed, the organisation wa
immediate and enormous sui J its
influen.....n the American Jewish com-
n incalcolabna.
i" If-impoaod anonym-
are aware of .limes'
'"":' ntri tion I pie. But
I !- aj B'rith'a official histo-
rian president for 32 years, re-
membera 'His was the strong hand
that kept the wheel straight on the
1 n that he had determined upon, and
only a man endowed as he was with
Strength of intellect and character, could
succeed in his great purpose."
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Miami : fune 2. 1967
Section 3
FIVE-YEAR SURVEY RELEASED HERE
Champagne reception honoring Alain Lombard, new con-
clude: of the Greater Miami Philharmonic, at the home oi Mr
and ..Irs. Joseph H. Kantei oi Miami Peach and Cincinnati
bring? toge; ht Maestro Lombard; William D
Chairman of the board of governors of the Philha-
rmonic; Kirk London, and Kanter. a national chairman of the
United Jewish Appeal and of the Israel Education Fund The
Kante.-s are major supporters of the performing arts in Ohio
and l lorida.
Dr. Lehrman 2nd Vice
Pros, of Synagogue I nil
I Emanul
' '

Phillip 1 \ \
AJCom. Study Puts Spotlight
On Christian-Jewish Relations

si \ ice
Thr American Jewish Commit
- c this week released results ol a
pioneering five year study of
Ami rican Jewish life Mired Boas
denl of AJC Greater Miami
Chapter, reports that the two
companion volumes, published by
Basic Books, are based upon the
I akeville Studies, a scientific at
attempt to project aspects ol
American Jewish life and to study
'In .n of attitude* lie-
tween Christians and Jews living,
I ; i first volume, "Jewish 1dm
titj on the Suburban Froi I i
Ij of Group Survival in hte
by Marsl
G enblum. analyzes
i Jewish i immunit)
unceptioi
i The second volume, "The Edge
of Friendliness: A Study of Jew-
ish Gentile Relations," by Ben
j.imine B Ringer, examines the
reactions of the community's
Gentiles and Jews to each other.
D; Sklare is professor of sociolo
it the W'urzweiler School of
il Work and Perkauf Graduate
School ol Humanities and Social
'i i h;\ al Universitj !>i
ssociate pr ifessor "i
Hunter Collegi and
if thi
Mh re while ureenblum
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communities in which Je\
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pi i ximateh one thii il of \>
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pointed out, is by far tl

Vm< Com mil
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attitudes
Hi Ji
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AT LUNCHEON WEDNESDAY

And to Take Helm
Of Rabbinical Assn.
Tin Rabbinical Association of
Greater Miami v.ill install nev. of
ficers on Wednesday, at a luncheon
meeting for the rabbis and wives
at Temple hmanu-Ei
Di Irving Lehrman. spiritual
leader of Temple Emanu El. will
be installed as president of the
association Dr. lehrman is the
first of the association's past presj
dents to be called hack to serve a~
.dent again
Other officer! lo be Installed:
dent Dl Samuel 7. I
Tempi* Beth El, Hollywood
rotary, Rabbi Sol Landau. Beth
David Congregation; treasurer
Rabbi Richard If. Leviton, Temple
Kmanu El. Et Lauderdale; re-
elected executive vice president.
Rabbi Solomon Schiff. Congrega
tion Beth El.
Outgoing officers include: presi-
dent Dr Max A l.ipschitz. Beth
Torah < ongregation; -vice preai-
dent Dr Irving lehrman. Temple
Emanu-EI; secretary, Rabbi Mor
:- \ Kipper. Temple Ji
treasurei Di Samuel Z Jaffe
Beth El
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at the prei: l'horou |
Modern" Millie. p.ay.ng at the Florida Stat Sunn)
'iheutre In North Miami Beach which beiiehtted the Ui
Cerebral Palsy Association ot Miami. H create the
gaiety ol the era were members ol the North Dude Unit lot
United Cerebral Palsy Dr. and Mis. Stephen Fuchs. 16791
NE 20th Ave.. N. Miami Beach, and Dr. and Mrs. Gustave
Fistel 741 NE 154th St. Dr. Fistel. a member of the dental
Blab* at the Cerebral Palsy Center, and also a member ot the
George Gershwin Lodge, ol Pythias, presented on behall ot
the Knights a check to CP lor S300.
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Friday June 2.
British Join I .S. in W arnin
Egypt on Free Gulf of Aqaba
Gc'.e :?r.;er daughter of Mr. ar.d !-!rs Howard K o:
*4- N Dr. Ave. Miarr.i Beech was chose:, .us: v.-.
C5 Temple Ner Tamid Re......ool.
A: the Sabbath :ei:g:cus services, she received the annual
Ac Scholarship Awe--. Aarcn E:se: lj
c -. urer.e Laboeitz spiritual
leoae: .;;-. Spring Festival
AnnucI Dinner

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at affair of
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YOUNG WIDOWER
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ADVISORS NEEDED
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AT BETH TOffflH CON0RI0IT 3S
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The M ntinued
pitch late Wednesdaj as
British Foreign Secretary <
Br n told the House of Commons
Greet Britain will consider
an;, uniliteral closing "f the Gulf
\.,..: a an act f belligi rency."
The British were reported, to
jelhoi with the United States, to
be organizing a deien Maritime
Nations for a major test of the
Eygptian proclaimed blockade.
An NBC correspondent in the
Jordanian port of Aqaba, two
miles from Eilat, said there was
"no ign of any Egyptian mines
at the Straits of Tiran."
ro, meamrhile,
- .-.< -' up
t Shan : Shea a I
\ unit*
Russiat
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Wednesday as the vanguard of a
major Soviet naval entry into the
Mediterranean
Th,. t'nited State- countered by
sendir.c it- aircraft carrier, the
I'.S.S. Intrepid. to the Suez Canal
for passage into the Red Sea. -up-
poaedly en rout? to Viet Nan
Britlah Dave! breea Segan building
up ir. the Red Sea. near the tJulf
of Aqaba. and anticipated the In
d WOttld deiaj sailing t.i the
Far East while the Middle East
>n continued
The Soviets named their deputy
foreign minister as ambassador
to the U.A R, but the Communist
regime in Syria continued its
attacks on Jordan and King Hus-
sein in spite of Tuesday's pact
between Egypt and the Jordani-
ans.
ending
of the
rhi Egyj
n>
h
preai said American air force unit;
in Libya were flying in antitank
BUM to Israel.
Israel issued orders a>ti
the civilian work week f.-.. )'
hours to a maximum of 71 Uf,
becau-e of the severe labor r
crealed by the call up
aarviati
Israeli Finance Minister
Saptr a rived in the t'nited
along with other top gnvei
'o fv-Ip launch a i
wide, emergency fundraiser
II bj the 1'ntted Jew.-h I
New York Times s.,.
rimoa *ajd .i $2uo.oooooo
i h- initiated to h> ip
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LET'S DO SOMETHING TO STOP CHILD MOLESTATION
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We hove come upon a program that
we believe will be a big step in the
right direction. It consists of a 30-
\ i minute film that ovary adult should
see and a booklet that every pre-
teenago child should have. The film
omployt professional actors and is a
16 mm. sound-and-color production.
The booklet helps prepare children
for tho hours they must spend away
from homo by giving them guidelines
which can protect them from "Bad"
people. It speaks to them in their
language and teaches them careful-
ly, without frightening them.
This entire program is enthusi-
astically approved by PTA groups,
law enforcement agencies, church
administrators and parents. It is
available to all civic, church, and
fraternal organizations with owr
compliments.
RESERVATIONS
for a shoeing of this reeo'ing film
and distribution of the booklet may be
l by contact.ng us We hope you w,l|
take advantage of this public service.
TEIEPHONE 757-5544
HGOW
Funeral Centers
And
The Jaycee C'jSs
of OaOe County


Friday June 2. 1967
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Page 3-5
Edward T. Newman left), local funeial director and immed
past president of the National Jewish Funeral Directors A-
sociation. congratulates Harry Schuldiner upon his installa-
tion as secretary of the Woikman's Circle Cemetery Depart-
ment of Greater Miami. Schuldiner \* also currently treasurer
of the Workman's Circle Southern District Committee and
Branch 1050 of Micimi Beach. He has served the Workman's
Circle for over 30 years on both the local and national levels.
He was on the national board of directors representing the
State of Florida, served Branch 1050 as chairman and finan-
cial secretary. Schuldiner is a resident of Miami Beach for
the past 31 years and lives at 1018 Meridian Ave.. with his
wife and son. Mark.
UJAs Cash
Committee Picks
Miami's Heiman
Sam Heiman, Miami business
iiar. and prominent pa ticipant in
philanthropic endeavors has been
named to the United Jewish M>
peal's national cash committee.
which is directing the i JA's MO
100 KM cash collection campaign,
.t .i> announced thi- week bj
Mix rt B Adelman, ol Milwaukee,
rhainnan ol the nationwide cash
drive
"Critical fiscal shortages combin-
ed with rising human needs threat
en tn curtail the vast rebel and re
habditatioo programs conducted by
UJ v agencies in Israel and 30
other overseas countries," A lei
:nan said
UJA is th major beneficiary
agency of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation which raivet
funds through it* Combined Jew-
ish Appeal compaign. Heiman is
a former campaign chairman of
the Combined Jewish Appeal, a
past president of Federation, and
currently serves as a member of
Federation's executive committee
and board of governors.
.. avert the human iuIIi
threatened b) the lund shortage."
\.. Iman add< d, 'the UJA has
inted M-man national cash
> leaden
>i Jewish communities in all sec
d the
..,,,,. o| v4oiNioiMHi in cash
Teenagers Invite
Moms to Brunch
Temple Menorah ti oh
served Mother's Da) on Sundaj al
11 ;n b) inviting their pan nts
for .< p > ci a I Mother- Da)
Hi inch'' whu-h the) served 1 In j
also presented .i program in honor
nf th occasion
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, spir
tu.ii leader ducted a special tribute and ever)
mother received a token "t appse
elation from the children and a
rabbinical Messing
Juniors Conduct
Sat. Services
Junior l segregation ol Beth Da
\i main Sanctuarj n Saturday.
The following students, trained
by Cantor William W Lipson, will
serve as chanters and leaders: Irv-
ing Reinhard. Henry Rosenkranlz,
Arnold Sirull Robert Tanenbaum,
ami Martin Waas
Reading the Torah and Haftorah.
trained b) Louis Gadon, will lw
Brian Dacks, Daniel Najjar. Jeff-
rey Medelman, La i> Samuels, Jo
esph Shacter, Jonathan Shavin
Gar) Sokolofl and Robert Tanen-
baum
N irman S Lipson son t Cantor
and Mrs Lipson, who will be^in his
studies for the rabl will
k mi '1'he Torah Po tion Jo
-< ph Shacter and Marsha Coulton
deliver the sermonettcs Bi Ui
David Children's Choir will tak<
part In the prayei and bles
di the coming new month
Rabbi Sol Landau ill b
dents born in the months ol \\ i
June and Jul)
A Kiddush will follow the si n
ii sponsored b) the Beth Da' d
Sisterhood
Rabbi Arthur S. Hollander, of the Temple Emanu El Solcmor.
S'hechter Day School, presents ribbon* to winn the
annual athletic meet held at the school last week. Photo shows
left to naht Rabbi Hollander, Richard Miller, Phihp Kirsch anc
Bonnie Hoffenberq.
m.aggit tiP'fmi law
OFFICES OF DISTINCTION by PAVL0W
... .m. -.,
E. Allen Becker
Initiates Series
On Tuesday, May 28, Seacoast
rowers inaugurated a new series
called Evening with the Artist."
Each program will coincide with
a new hanging >! works b> the
featured artist who will introduce
his .how, explaining the style and
medium ol expression
The first event presented E Al-
len Becker, master "t photography
Internationally renowned "painter
with a lens," Becker is the recipi
ent "t numerous awards prizes
and medals tor his "tistr) In por-
traiture As an innovator of the
Pamil) Gallery concept, be dis-
ussed the subject ol Photograph)
in decor and design
SAM MIMAS
from pledges made thus la
year i t'JA campaign for
ink. it i* imperative that
perat< l> needed < ash
brought in h> June 30 "
r to this
S75.620
ttie des
inn be
Annual Picnic On
Sinai Grounds
On Sunday, Temple Sinai Re
ligious School held its annual
picnu- and family gathering on the
temple grounds al ihhui \k 22nd
Ave from II to 1 p in
Awards were presented foi
scholarship, outstanding students
ami attendance
Office designs
nd furnishings
direct from manufacturer
Desks, Chairs,
Sofas, Credenzas,
Lamps, Everything
for the Office of Distinction
i
pa/i n w
I Intertet assign aM
' (pica panning.
Opan Satv'tfay Morr'ng
PAVLOW OFFICE FURNITURE, Inc.
701 Soulhwtil 3ttt Avnue ___
M,.m,. Flond. Totophon. HlBh.nd A-8221
MILTON GAYNOR SAYS:
TO NASSER!
OUR ANSWER
UNITY TO* ISRAEL
BUY BONDS GtVf TO ISBAH
Moyjhir friedb*fi
SECOND OF A SERIES
We must be businesslike
in the operation ,
of our city by....
0 UTILIZING THE DEVELOPMENT
L COMMISSION REPORT
Wo have a Development Commission that has studied the City and its
They have offered many sound suggestions that will help us to grow
prosper At this time their ma|Or contribution was o ad I |Ob o: City
Planner to the City administration Sound business planning calls for the uti-
lization of the Development Commission report and it is imperative that it be
given strong consideration for the long range planning the City of Miami
Beach must have.


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give* tx the Cnv League of Miami
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Aar tavi
Loot* Men it art a fair of
the llehre* Academe |.....rt
will prefer* a gift to ear* of the
graduate*
Gue speaker will he Dr Trude
Wetv-Raamann awtbor educator
and editor I* Eoaaann a satire
of Prankfurt Germany cam* to
thi country shortly before the
rn* of Hitler after receiving her
PhD at the age of 23 for a thou
on the earliest hiftory of the Arab*
She h tbe author of aaaav books
ng wtuch are "JwJaian aad
The Hebrew Mo-
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Prrud and The Difference
ay toptc will be The Need of
Jewish Educated Women m the
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Friday June 2, 1967
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A PLEASANT AFTERNOON
The ocean looked to cool and blue from the
window, of Minette Wolfi lovelj blue apartment
high in the Crystal House She was entertaining
at luncheon for Irma Herman, now Mrs David
Levin, who was visiting Miami Beach for a month
Among those stair.! at the table were Mrs
David Rath, Mrs. till Blasbcrg, Mrs Albert
Bar-mack. Mrs Jack Schwartz and Mrs Max
Dreyer After helping Pauline Schwartz blow out
the candle on her surprise birthday cake the
gueata played cards
irma brought out all of the pictures of her
family who live m California, Vkkl and i ...
Freedman and the grandchildren, who realh
haven't chaniicd too much since they lived heir
themselves
THE LITTLE CLUB AS USUAL
Things ware popping at Westview Country
Club on Saturday night In the intimate atm
pherc of the "Little Club." everyone was having
a fine time Bernard Stevens had ., table >1 nine
Mr and Mrs Stanley Beckerman came in from
Hollywood they were with the Harold Land-
fields Also seen were Mr and Mr- Martin
Bhimenthal. Mr and Mrs Robert Russell, M. and
Mrs Harry B. Korman. the Gerald Warrens aud
the Bruce Levines. Mr and M- herd s Mcyet
and Dr and Mrs Lester Russin.
A TERRIBLE AGE FOR STANLEY JONAS
The invitation said that forty is great for
' I' was a good year for sparkling wine, bul
- terrible age for Dr Stanley Jonas wl
birthday was celebrated laal weak All day, Do!
his wife, prayed for good weather she must be
good, because the night was delightful no rain
'" mst, and a big Miami moon. Fred and Henri-
Jonas had brought home real luau torches
fro" Hawaii, and they provided light uui-,d,
Where one Of the tWO bars were Two blow,,-,,,,
posters provided decoration and admiration Thej
were the work of Roslyn (Mrs. Howard, Hirsch
The birthday cake was decorated with replica
of nine holes of Normandy Golf course, complete
to the hoi dog stand Amid the fireworks and the
no" wishes of ins rriends Stanleys life begins
at fortj
Dolly, in her own inimitable way, says, there
were about three-hundred euests \mone those
present were Mr .>u<\ Mrs. Mickey Sporn, Dr and
Mrs Arthui Rudolph, Mr. and Mrs Paul Besser,
Mr and Mrs Leonard Chusmir, Dr and Mrs
David Nathan. Dr and Mrs Robert Trope Mrs
Stanley Prehling, Dr Philip Samet, Dr and
Jonas, Mr and Mrs Kail (oi>lan. Mr and Mrs
Jack Vines, Dr and Mrs. Arthur Pearl, and the
two doctors whose last name is really the same
Dr Jerome Kami and Dr. Nina Ellenbogen, his
wife Stanley will remember this birthday until he
doubles it
Frances Lehman
Women's Division Miami Beach Chapter of Techmon. lsrae.
Institute of Technology, are shown at the closing meeting o:
their season at the Barcelona Hotel. Lett to right are Mrs. Joel:
Cantor, chairman of the day; Daniel Neal Heller, guest speak
er; and Mrs. Milton Sirkin, president.
Mideast Crisis Hadassah Lunch
Mis Samuel B. Pearlman is acclaimed for her work cs cha
man of the V.I.Ps [Very Identified Parents ol Nor Tamid
Religious School with a b iphy tot her .. on
behalf ot the children ot the school." Presentation was at the
recent annual Ner Tamid Mothers Dav assembly. Shown
from left to right is Mrs. Pearlmai trophy as Ner
Tamid Religious School Mother of the Year" horn Rabbi
Eugene Labovitz. spiritual leader of Ner Tamid
Talk on Drugs At Breakfast
i;..v BeUiager Inspector. South- Brotherhood of Tempi.- Beth Sho
eastern District federal Bureau of lorn on Sunday, a. 10:30 ajj
The talk was iliu-ti.itcd with
Narcotics, spoke on What sre ^^m
a. Dome About the Narcotu-s ,.,,,.v s Knopke is Brotherhood
Mem in Our Area'" at the last ,)U.Mdcnt and laron Ian serves
. ..kfa-t of the season of the a* program chairman
Have tfsat
luslness Meeting.
Banquet, or
Special Occasion
a# You'll find complete
f foolities to exactly jatisfy
#T your need in the Kismet,
W Aloddin, Scheherazade and
^ Rubaiyat Room*, be it for a
^ wedding or a private partyl
for information
Ci
H H MARCUSE
LOUIS WITKIN
26fh St & Collins Avc
Camp Judaea
Announces Open
House Dates
Sunday. July !. and Sundav .
\;,, t>. have been announced ..-
the open house days at ( amp Ju-
daea Located in the Blue Ridge
Mountains ,,t Hendersonville, N.C.,
Camp Judaea is sponsored bv Ha-
dassah and the Zionisl Organize
tloil ol America
"On visitor's day Camp Judaea
ids an in, itation nol onlj to
I arents of campei a and their
friends bul also to all interested
persons' according to Frank 1 ar
benb oon imp director We "'
especially happy to welcome mem
.*f 1 and /('A he
said
This, the 14th season, w ill
busiest al (amp Judaea In
addition to the regular ramping
-1 ssions 1 amp Judaea ,11 host
the Southern Ri Si nior Ju-
n in earlj June
and the St aboard Ri I SY
\ 1st.
Campers are once again
drawn from every community in
the southeast, in addition to a
number from places as far as
Puerto Rico and Chicago. As in
past years. Camp Judaea will
have a teen-age representative
from the Israeli Boy Scouts.
Each year, a group of teen-agers
are selected by the Israeli Scout-
ing Association to participate at
Camp Judaea, or at one of the
other seven Youp/j Judaea camps
in America. With a counselor
from Scotland, the camp director
from Ireland, specialists from Is-
rael and counselors drawn from
throughout the U.S.A., Camp Ju-
daea "will truly be an excellent
example of Klal Yisroel," ac-
cording to Farbenbloom.
Limited to 200 boys and girls
from 8 through 14 years ol age
,n each four week si ssion, Camp
Judaea continues its own uniquely
gram (amp. rs ei
all ol the normal can,pin- activi
mbincd with an unusual
-pt ol Jew ish In 111-. S| 1
ait- and 1 rafts > amp our- an 1
riflery, swimmii to-
gether lith Israeli folk
and singing, plus discussion
. roups, are the ingredients that
make up a sample ol the pi..-ram
Fi r more information on v is.it-
ing, or other details regarding
p Judaea contact the local
assah or ZOA Chapter, 0
Whitehall si SW, Allan'., Ga
30303
The Hadassah-Israel anniversary
luncheon on Monday, June 5, at
the Fontainebleau Hotel, originally
scheduled as a celebration of the
18th anniversary of Israel's inde-
pendence, will also serve as a mo-
bilization ol support tor Israel in
its hour ot crisis
\ record throng is expected to
turn out in a dramatic affirmation
of solidarity with Israel, according
to Mrs Henry 1> Wernick, presi-
dent of the 6.000-member organisa-
tion
1 Dming to Miami for the event
is Mrs Judith Beilin, counsel ol
Israel in New York and a member
of the Israeli del -ation a
I nited Nation- Mr-. Beilin .- I
lael's ranking woman diplomat .11
the United States
The luncheon will also !> the
occasion when the Israel Freedom
Medallion will be conferred upon
Mrs Dorothy Krieger Kink life-
lung Hadassah leader
Mrs Milton Sirkin m in
Ol the event
The program will include Israi
nalities. the Ayalons T"Shura.
singe.' and the > I!
known Amerii an-Jev ,-i, fo
inoii-t. Emil Cohen
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oc chapter mtiilmj as mmnl)"nq cr.ee; Induct- no ?.c*e So:e,e: as aerial secre-
ec were seciec r obi MasdOMi Bess lory Rote Pareta. InaStee Henry B Wernick.
Mc^scbewctr rhn sinus u -e cry and ~-i- pmmdmet of chapaea May Masser. visual aid
tee Haste A~=:.e: program vice .--. EnaiUMlMnn president. Blanche
Man membership aeai Belle Steinberg.
snoerc con secretary -.--. Eseia Soero .-
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Temple Judea Has
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Temple Judca. urrf Sam (iroden
and trrk Barai
Mala eveol "f the evening *-
auction donated b> Gi a -t
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gra| Mi
The tn-howr long program,
which was 'f*t and open to the
public, included the vh owing
of two films. Chagall and
20th Century Art Mrj George
Bajrr nit chairmen of H t art
co-i-nittee Other member n
ciuc'ed Mr Joseph Krefpft, Sam
hiedelmjn. Mi Lovs Schnei
derman. Josh K liftman and
M'i Victor Rerter

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Friday June 2. 1967
Mmttft FkrMinr
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A huge cake helped to commemorate tne wrpnm rhnn. u- ,
occasion of the 15lh anniversary of Women s ZuZaJiTr' H n a\lhe ,'5'h ,he
Jay Dermer Steps Up Campaign
MiiMiffefH!.eti SP*"" U h'S endorsed Dermer for the mayor
.. for Mlami shi will introduce y
";'."," "' been conducting final rail) to be held on Mo.
' '' '"""," ;''"-' bring between 7 a. at the Black
us message to thi voters rx rsonal-
le has contracted som 10.000
..... fai iave listened
itively to i;i> campaign slor> '
l atesl list
are endo sing D rmer and
-' rving on in- executive planning
committee include Judge Albert
Saperstein. Judge Milton Feller,
ludge Morris Hoffman. Ji
Gerald Klein. Judge Harry Green
berg and Judge Hill Broidy
Co chairmen of the Dermer cam-
n arc Leonard Rivkind, Milton
Sirkin, Zev Kogan and Herbert
Shapiro,
Dermer'l primary program i.- a
Youth Plan," for which he
pledget "to do everything possible
SAND-ELL
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Sussman who was first region president. Mrs. Joseph W,!kes. Mrs. Florence Kupperman and
r.c.ward Levinson. past pres.dent of the Gulf- Mrs. Estelle Tischler. req.on past oresidents """I^ ptwld? llirca,ion *
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Irl Allison president c:
National Piano G
Leaders Elected
To Chapter Posts
i Women, Golds Mi
renter Miami held it*
egnlar meeting on Wedneadaj '
Washington Federal, 1234 Wash
gtOfl Kit
Mi Ibranam Sdtter pi
ducted the busineaa
icird nomination and
i. tion oi officers presented t,x
I -I.,.- Pushkin chairman of
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Edciina Vrthur 1 in the auditorium of the
lire* Kupperman W n Ion Federal, 1234 Wash-
l.indei Morris I ; H\ \ve
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of Women's .-t I
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paid I M lennie Grossing
First cha|
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lo help form the chapti
Mi Urossn "i ou
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To implement this program,
Dermer will name a youth advi-
sory council to help with the plans
for future .need- ni young peo]
Dermer is -d with
ing our beaches from th<
sion which is now washing them
away He staunchly approve
isal made two yeai
the I'S Army Cor] f I
calls I
trenches'
Sei Dick Stoi
National Airlines Dividend
HUSBAND
WANTED
to take his charming
wife to dinner at .
KING ARTHUR'S COURT
MIAMI SPRINGS VILLAS
Hoard of .. o| National
Airlines at a meeting held in Lon-
don declared a qua terly cash divi-
de nd ol 15 c rots per shar< on the
k pay able July 7, 1961
Kcsslei Ira Kodish, to stockholders ol record on June
1967 I- B Mayta Jr presi
was Mrs Michael dent
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Under the strict *upervis.on of the Uniteo Kashr.,9 Assentation of
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* least*/ Il*ri1i*r
Fndoy June -
j~rancea ^L-ch
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WOMAN OF THE WEEK
tut not anv u
-am each day She
She nsd a wonderful hie
Whem her voild was broken h<
' live ;n tru past If the present i-
have to make a new small world for
Ix-ah via* born in RunU ll< i
father came to America wveraJ
:" adva hat he could
^no f '- hi* family wife, Krand
' *r and :\ children. They, caane
la Nashville, Tenn., in 1907 aad
thoucht it wa> heaven <>n earth
There. Leah went to school
. she was seventeen She was
quite a lettei writer, and she fol
lowed one of her letters to Phila
dflphur, where her older hrother
had settled
There the me1 her hrother*
brother m law. who had heen read
ing her letters He wa> OBi) "lie
year older than he seventeen years
tiut he knew that she was the
for him. and I.eah never went back to Nashville They wen'
married during World War I and the war ended shortly
: The i id two boys Lawrence, who i>
married to Bari>aru and Barton, who is married to Ifarilvn
e-n then presented Leah with four grand-
ehildn .'. a a* in busineaa with her husband in a
Iressing plant The bu- r and bi|
Lhej k me for them to quit
Florida for many vacations and
becaa rmined to come here to live They Ml in love
with Florida and with the people lhej met here Now Leah
in- to do the community work she hadn t time
lefore. Si I member in Hadas.*ah and
Shatom Sisterhood RawessU)
lei i >f the lii-mophelia National
writer who also had written
foi :ii- ii
iramore Had.
adored Jacob
point Leal confided to her teacher that she
would iik. to North Carolina to write about asjsjMrj
.1- thai s|w shomd write Bboul whai surround-
her v dot She is what is called -
' Leah writes about what happens to her and
what BjOSM on round her Shi- has written VCTM for groups
hi-re and has had manv poems publish'd in national maga
linos Proawntlj rise is wnrkinu on a book of her poetry to
include tin oates that have lieen published ..s as new
WVe .1 sysiem or I way of writing
Whenever H strikes her whenever th<- urtfe comes upon her
sh- writes as die la
! to the Devil, and there is a lot m bet we-
loves people you can tell it from the waj she
listens and from the way she writes Friendly, kind, warm
and loving m her regard for others, despite the fact that
the eight yean of betag a widow seem as only yesterday,
lead has t riven throBgh her poetrj to attain peace and
fort
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FLOWERS
BLOSSOM SHOP
Mercantile National Bank Building
1616 Washington Ave., Miami Beach CALL JE 2-3231
Karen Green Now
Mrs. Kamin
An afternoon ceremony on Sun
day May 25. united Karen Joanne
dauebter of Mr and Mrs Milton
I i.reen 1701 SW 88th Ave and
DaeSJd Zalmon Kamin
The double ring ceremony -
performed by Rabbi S T Swirskv
at the Knights of Pythias Hall
where a reception followed
Son of Mr and Mr- Arthur A
Kamin. 1801 SW 65th Ave the
bridegroom is an alumuns of South-
west High, graduated, cum laude.
from the I'niversity of Miami, and
is now doing graduate work in pay-
chology at Rutgers rniver-itv His
fraternities include Phi F.ta Sigma
Delta Phi Alpha. P (hi and Kappa
Delta Pi Honomries
New Mrs Kamin is a graduate
of Southwest Hieh. Miami Dade
Junior College and the University
Miami .she belongs to toe
Florida and National Education
A-sociations. Association for 'hild
hK>d Fducation International
For her wedding she selected a
silk organza gown with point-on-
hand sleeves and jewel neckline It
fashioned with an empire
waistline A line skirt accented with
seed pearls and chapel length or-
gaaata train appliqued in matching
lace The bridal bouquet was made
up of white orchids
Bridal attendants were rU-nee S
Goldberg, matron of honor. Ronnie
Lee Sawvi jud* Snetiker Shelby
Shaw, bridesmaids. Joanna Games.
U i
hits DAVID KAHIN
junior brideaaaaid and Pamela,
Gaiatea, flower girl
u I) Kamin served as beat
man with Alan (;re Michaelsnn and Evan Mack
groomsmen
Horn, will l>e in New Bnmsvick.
N .1 for the couple following .i
honeymoon in Florida
Carole Lipsky Now Mrs. Epstein
On their return from an exten-
sive trip 10 Lea Angles San Franci-
sco and I>as Vegas, the former
Carole Lee Lipaay and Barr> Paul
Epstein will live in Miami Beach
The bride and groom exchanged
maritj! vows on Saturday Ma) .'7
at Temple Beth Sholom when
Kronish officiated al
. ren 003 ^ ret eption
Md dinner at th. Fontamehleaii
in honor Of the new Mr and
Mrs Epstein followed the nuptials
Da Mr and Ml Jo
v i. M W Broadvien Dr
i- a gra luate 1 l Miami
and studied at the
ersitj 01 Miami She as at
M] Howard llirs, h
field
Gaynor Cites
His Business
Experience Here
Campaigning for a seal on the
Miami Beach Council, Milton M
Gaynor states I an a Miami
Beach businessman I have n
before run for public office 1 am
not a poliUcan I want I ereve on
our City Council because 1 believe
that Miami Beach badly needs
good business government 1 will
work for the benefit of all of our
citizens of today and those we hope
will Uva here tomorrow
(lay nor is founder senior vice
I i sidenl and a director (.f Wash
ington Federal Savings and Loan
Aaan a founder and director of
the Jefferson National Bank of
Miami Beach owns and operates
Gaynor and Co Inc an insurance
y m Miami Beach since I
Marc Epstein served j- his
ber's best man The) are tin-
sons of Mr and Mrs Leonard s
:n 4835 l.akeview Dr Ushers
included Michael lipsky Barry
I.ipskv Larry Lipckj brothers oi
the bride Stanley Shafft.i;'. Iia
1 n and William Shoi "
Epstein
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Fridery June 2. 1967
<~l.
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yours,
JuL
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#K eater Miami Jewish Fed
^* tion nd ComMoed Jewish
Vppi held their 29th annual
and closing dinner d
;ranri Ballroom <>i the
l or- K-l'if.ii lloicl Chairman
ol evening was Judge [i
( \ i~ m hose Mid- won i hitc
silk cocktail suit >< ith a
p necklmc and brai
atured 01
.1 kel
mai >l the < >mn ll
lean t l
She ell. ,u chill-
'' dross rnemh
i it tn the ii.< i
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cowl m
Mrs tiei Fahck

kline Mrs Michai

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pattern with minature
trim i
: al i I
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high jewel neckline and jeweled
buttons lutfh on th,. bodice w
silk crepe with black i i
bodice ... the choice ol \hi
rlorenci Kupperman Mrs ( ..,.|
wh< i rhampnagi colored silk
brocade sheath had a matching
' Mrs .!.,> Derme. chose ,
hiti nnP
''' tfckcl Mas p

Fink
k knit skimmer A
'u and whit.
eel i
Fraitkels Te!l
Marjorie's Troth
To Jack Rabbins
Mrs Sol Frankel
in SI .,, Harbor Isl
unce th. :,., ,
Marjorie, to Dr I
rence Bobbins ion ol M and Mrs
Robbins, ol Surfside
Miss Frankel attended Indiana
rty whei she was ., mem
'"' i Delta i,ii Sorority
She will graduate from the t i
*"' n| Miami this month witl a
1 Business Administra
tion di'iirei
Her liance all >nded Emorj i i
vcrsitj where he was a men
": Mpha F.psion Pi Fraternitj He
:" Braduti ol the University ol
Miami School ol Medic ne, where
*as a membe ol Phi Delta Ep
Ion Medical Fraternity Dr I
U) a resident in gen
al \lbcrl Einstein
Ued inc in Nev York
: an Auuusi Meddins
the cou| le will live ii \, N
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Farr I
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Winter Riles For
Ann Demsky,
David Torchon
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\v\ i si
>iir dam '' ni I '.it"
I a\ "ii
Son of Mi II
SVt 16th Si the bride
i eli iI i- .< ra luate ol
Miami High and the I'niversit) ol
Miami ll< ,- .. lieuti nanl in the
I nited Stati Air Force Reserve
Hi. fian< ee is a te ol
M...mi High and Miami Dadc Ju-
nior Colli
The betrothed couple will be
married m November, 1067
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A1/SS MAJUMNI WANKtl
when Marjorie will attend law
school and Di Bobbins will coi
it Einstein as a rcsi
turgen
Camp Gan Israel
Registration Open
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for this
)cai s campers
I u camp located In Deland.
i i- the onlj kosher boys camp
: n United Stati
Camp Gan Israel is known foi
the personalized attention given to
physical and spiritual i
1 amp< r II is known also
for its tutoring in Hebrew and Bai
Mitzvah lessons
Babbi Korl urges all parents
v ho are planning l -,-. theii
children to do so as soon as pos-
' or further information wriu to
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33139
Ann Arbor is Home for Feldmans
l a hone) m
the Viri i i
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MRS. STUARt HLDMAN
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\ille
rents ..i the new I) weds are
Mr .i".: Mrs Raphael K Y
140 W 48th St \l and Mrs \
Samuel Feldman Washington DC
lace over taffeta finished with seed
pearls at the neckline, the hride
carried bouquet >>i orchids and
stephanotis
She ie alien.led by Linda Fill
iii-iii. maid ol honor, and I
He) wood Steven Feldman was his
brother's best man. and Michael
Yunes and Hank Yunes brothi -
of the bride, ushered
Mrs. Kurland BB Council Head
miSS ANN DIMSKr
K r
H ii.il Hi.th Women Miami Coun-
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29 at Holiday Inn, Miami Springs.
Mrs Maurice ^oldheri; district
5 executive director, installed Mrs
Sam Km land, president; vice fnt
idents, Mrs Booert Gross, Mrs.
Herbert I.owe. Mrs Mark Fuchs;
secretaries, Miss Mac Blum and
Mrs David Hess, treasurer, Mrs.
Arthur Bassman; historian Mrs
Otto Haengel; outgoing president.
Mr- Harold Feldman, counsellor,
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Mr Hams and hundreds of others who nourish ,milar
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tht m a remark;.! in I Digby Buizefl a
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A Rabbis High K
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W.ees fox the 1967-68 administration of
Temple Judea were elected at annual meet-
ing held last week in the Social Hall, Seated
Front row Left to right' are Di. Fred Wittcc-*
president of Brotherhood; Irwin WHenskv
president of the youth group; end Mrs. Rich-
,-:n n-w h n--s!drr* ol ti
row (left to right) are Dr. Charles R .
Selcine Benaim,
Jacob Strauss
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soic cage gown
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on laec and roenbroidered
h:te crystals, -^quins and pearl-
.....length mantiiia veil wai Mazal Ovadia
led in mau-nnik tai e*l_ a
ittendants included Mrs Claire vHOOSG JUTte II
Ison, matron of honor, with \tr and Mr- Louis Tokayer,
%an Nehwn, Deborah Nelson, 3041 S\V 15 St. announce the en-
idrey Frank. Audrey Strauss, gagemenl of their son. Rabbi Mar
Kozeny
KS2 c;: ,a0k Lanaer- Nard Helman.
trank Se.den. Robert Mann. Marvin Levin,
harold Jailer, Moe Longer and Louis Easton
irustcos not present for the picture include
HOrry A.zenshat Mrs. George Baum, Meyer
A. Baskm, Herbert Gekrn.er. Albert jacobscn
Albert Krcnowita. Alexander Mille., Deed
Pul men, Ralph Ro-en and Dr. Dornn /.inner
Workmen's Circle
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MORRIS KAUffMAM
Rabbi Tokayer,
nc Stein and Carol
rving as tirulesmaids
The bridegroom's best man via-
Tiakl Gnralnicky. Among uaners
t Monroe Henaim. Kobe it Hen
kin Tokayer to Mazal Ovadia,
daughter of Mr and Mrs. Yehudah
<\ jiiia of Jerusah m
Rabbi Tokayer i- an alumnu- of
Veshiva University, class of 58
brothers of the bride, Samuel where be received hi- BA degree,
auaa, Edward McCormick. Jo d wa ordain. ,1 at the Jewish
IV Maria and Steven Avrach rheological Seminar) m 1962 In
i former Miss USA of University iddition. he reei ived a master- de
Miami Campus. the bride grad *r'<' in Hebrew literature
1 with academic honors from He served at chaplain in the I S
I niversity of Miami in 1965 Air Force in the Far Fast While
i as recognized for her musical in Japan, he discovered the m>-
inphshmcnts by radio station tcry of the vanishing Jew in \
>G in Coral Gables, and Press- saki and uncovered and restored
undation in Philadelphia She the last Jewish cemetcrv
erfonnad with the CM Sym- Upon discharge, he was elected
> Orchestra and the Miami t a two-year term a- assistant
h Orche-tra. rabbi at Hillcre-t Jewish Center.
Ii was appointed to the 1965 Flushing. N Y and >- currently
. woo ... American LoUeges serving at lemple Israel in Great ASSemblV MarKS
: Universities." went to Kurope Neck, ti. l f
Israel with the Summer in Mias Ovadia attended the Dasl SCHOOl ClOSe
lute, and performed in Paris and School m Jerusalem, and gradu
\: terdam On the facultv of <<. I,sf >,ar lr"m ""' Teachers
that 1
f his
' .i dedicated work foi
I J< wish Appeal
The program featured
th-ee quest speakersArthur S.
Posirhan, executive director of
the Greater Miami Jewish Fed
ration; Sender M. Kaplan, for-
mer Consul from Israel to Cuba;
and chairman. Max Gleiberman,
secretary of the Workmen's Cjr-
cle Southern District.
Highlight of the evening meet-
ing was a musical conceit by
Ivne soprano. Biacha Skulnick,
who a !il .i sel e c t group ol
Yiddish, Hebrew, and English
i
Members ol thr Combined Jew
jsh App >al Workmen's Circle
committee include Ida Poston, sec
retary, Isidor Cohen, Arthur Gel
ler. Murraj Gold, Sarah Gold, Sam-
i 1 Goldsmith, Annie Goon, Na-
than Goon Bertha Green, Max
Greenberg, Max Haskell, Samuel
Horowitz, Anne Kalmanson. Max
Kleinot, Samuel lev me. Ethel Lit
vak. Abraham Mams. Monroe
Nelson. A H.inv Schuldiner. Hen
Swire, Katie Tischler, Sarah Wein-
ei and Sam Wiener.
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Jjar yfiit-sali
Hei/l Honor, education director
of his own law firm in
the bridegroom received
ly education in Philadelphia,
r.i lemple University and
a degree from the Cniver
Miami School of Law in
PTA Officers Workshop
Sunday School students will be
honored for "outstanding achieve
How Not to Conduct a PTA nunls an<1 lH'rf,cl attendance Meeting" was demonstrated at "g the part year at the ceremony.
.he new officers workshop spun Yhv annual Religious School pic-
aored hv the Dadc Count) Council nic sponsored by the Temple
is a member 01 Alpha ((| ,..,., T,.-(.n,.r Associations on Brotherhood, will be held on Sun
r i social fraternity, me ,. m,,,m1i(V th(. \|larn, shores da\. June 11. at Matheson Ham
rs. Tau Epsiion Mho. ann Haptls, rnurt.h ;{7o Grand Con mock Picnic grounds About 500
'member of the Interna-
lub.
licare Approval
Simon, administrator, this
oounced lull Medicare ap ;
r the new 61-bed North
general extended care fa-
rth Miami General is the
lital in Dade County to re-
Is special licensure Ac-
Simon. this new unit.
licare provision, "will of- .
led care nursing up to
[to the patient following
om an acute unit."
course, from 9 30 to 11:30 am adults and children will participate
Mm Harold Tabor was chairman in supervised games, entertain
of planning for the d..\ uieut and lunch.
*^ociiifil
'ocmiitc .
Continued from Pago 5B
Ter daughter Marjorie Robin at
a heftv 7 lbs. 10 oz.
It was a double bon voyage
luncheon at the Chez Vendome
on Thursday afternoon Shar-
if y KJtabd y^jr&vi
tag honors, Laura (Mrs Morris)
Kabinowitz. who is leaving for
the Orient, and Cert (Mrs, Jack)
levin, whose destination i- Spain
. Hostesses were Mr Harold
ill Abbott and Mrs Michael
(Milliei Covin.
Pam Kessler
turdav
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elude the Ba- Mitzval ol Pam
daughter of Mr and Mrs Alan B
Kessler, 1444 Sit na Ave
Pam is .. seventh grade pupil at
Everglades School for Girl- Her
favorite subject- are physical ed-
ucation and geography, and out
side activities include horseback
riding.
The celebrant will be honored at
I reception and luncheon at the
Dupont Plaza Hotel following the
ceremony.
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Mitchell Green
Mitchell Scott, son ol :.Ir. and
Mrs Bernard Green, will become
Bar Mitzvah at the Mmcha service
on Saturday. June 3. at Temple
Fmanu Fl
Mit.h.li is in the seventh grade
at Nautilus Junior Huh. and is m
the science club
Mrs i VI,a Guner Mitch,
ther, will atti

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the
Child:. ;. & rvice here
Craig Perlowin
Saturday morning services on
lune 3 at Temple Sinai, to b, held
it Washington Federal. ?>:< SE
.67th St., will include the Bar Mitz-
vah of Craig, -on of Mr. and Mrs
..cro> Pedlowin.
Craig :- In the seventh grade !
Norland Junior High, and in the
1'cniple Sinai Religious School
He is interested in -port-. -
penally gv ninastics. weight lift-
ing and baseball He plays base
ball with the Tony League sponsor-
ed by the North Dade OptomistS
Club Craig won a ph> sea, fitness
award at Norland this year.

Susan Hoffman
Susan, daughter of Mr and Mrs
Norman Hoffman. 960 NW 175 St.,
was Bas Mitzvah on Friday even
nig May 26. at the Beth Torab
Congregation.

Robert Sterling
Robert Alan, son of Mr and Mrs
Harold Sterling. 585 NE 179 Dr..
was Bar Mitzvah Saturday morn
ing. May 27. at Beth Torah Con
gregation.
Robert is a seventh grade student
at the John F Kennedy Junioi
High, and is in Ins fourth year ol
Hebrew at the Beth Torah Haro' !
Wolk Religious School. He is an
honor student and enjoys athletics
plays flute In school band, and has
been an assistant scout patrol
leader.
A reception in honor of Roberts
Bar Mitzvah was held Saturdav
evening at the Diplomat Hotel.
Out-of-town guest- included Mrs
George Sterling, grandmother.
White Plains. N Y. and great
aunt and uncle. Mr. and Mrs Jack
Goldberg of Bronx. N Y
Kenneth Olinsky
Kenneth, son oi Mr. and Mrs,
David Olinsky. 19805 NE 13 Place,
u.i- Bar Mitzvah Saturdav after
noon. May 27. at Beth Torah Con
gregation
Kenneth is in the seventh grade
at Norland Junior High, and en-
Joya coin collecting and bowling.
Reception in celebration of Ken-
neths Har ttitzvah was h id at
home Mrs Ida Olinsky, grand
mother. Miami, was among guests
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Michael Braver
Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Marvin Braver, will become Bar
Mitzvah at Temple Menorah on
Saturday morning. June 3.
Mifchefr Green
Pom Kessler
Michael is a student of the Re-
ligion- school and also attends
Nautilus Junior High.
A Kiddush will follow services,
and a luncheon reception in
Michael- honor will bc held at the
Eden !<.
Among out-of-town guests will be
Mr. and Mrs Max Braver, paternal
grandparents, New York City.
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Michael Fisher
Mi i of Mrs Toby Fish-
I Fisher will
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morning,
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Mr and Mrs.
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lay morning,
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MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS
YOUR FOOD FAIR STORE IS
OPEN DAILY tu 9 P.M.
SUNDAYS m 6 P.M.
FEATURES EFFECTIVE THRU SATURt)Av
AT ALL FOOD FAIR AND FREDERICKS STORE
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Chuck Steaks..........48'
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MKIME SKITS
TO* U.S. OOiCE
Top Round Steak...... 98c
to* u.s. c-O'Ce g.
Chuck Roast........ 48c
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FOOD FAIR SAVES YOU MONET ON TNIS BONUS SPECIAl
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COFFEE
ALL GRINDS
1-LB CAN
ALLGP1IIDS
Food Fair Coffee T7 39c
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Freshly Smoked Lox ..... 59
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Blueberries.........Mi 39
GARDEN fREiM CA^lFORN A J* #%
Strawberries.......^ 39
GaRDEn FRESH CA. f;..
Asparagus.........mm 59
BONUS SPECIAL
TOPOUALITY VINE PIPENEO
Cantaloupes
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3 '-.ill 87c Sour Cream.....
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Bartlett Pears.. .6 cl" o/c American Cheese .oVr.c 49
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Libby's Drink...
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All Meat Fraaks
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