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The Jewish Floridian
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
June 9, 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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Jewish Floridian of South Broward
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Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
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Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1985)
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Jewish Floridian of Pinellas County
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Preceded by:
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Preceded by:
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Succeeded by:
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reater Miami Jewry Rallies for Israel...6-A
Jewish Floridian
Volume 40 Number 22
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Miami. Florida. Friday, June 9. 1967
Two Sections Price 20c
Israel Deep in Suez, Moves on Jordan
ree World
[Rallies In
Support
SEW YORK (JTA Jewi
throughout the world tallied this
week to the nipporl ol a belea
1 Israel with rallies demands
demonstration* and prayi
q ii i tly joined b% their non Ji wish
neighbors
In many countries, youi as
volunteered to go lo Israel to re
place on farms and in other ieivic-
men called up to duty Some
4.1.000 Jews marched up River
-id* Drive on Mathattan west tide
this Meek in a massive display ol
-olidarity with Israel and as manj
::iore assembled at the end ol the
parade to hear apt I nand
ustice for Israel* cause
Forty young American Jews,
mostly college student*, left this
~e*U for Israel by El Al to take
part in summer work programs
W collective settlements. Ar-
rjnjtmtnti for their placement
were made fey Mm Jewish Aoency
office in Jerusalem. The young
people paid for their own tranv
portation. Normally, they would
have loft foe Israel in June in
the annual work programs con
ducted by the American Zionist
Youth Foundation. Because of
the need for farm workers, their
date of departure was advanced
this time
A National Emergency Lead*.
hip Conference for Israel will be
held in Washington this week un
let auspices of the Conference of
residents of Major Jewish Ol ;at i
it ions.
The I'nion of American H I
tegatiom called or President
ohnson this week to lake all
. -.,: \ itl OS 10 tile
foi all shipping ii
it a i
'
Continued on Page 2 A
PERMANENT PEACE NEEDED
Soviet Joins U.S. In
An Editorial View Move to Brillg About
Mid-East Cease Fire
The wnr that broke out Monday between Israel and
and the Arabs is a war that Israel has dreaded but that
she has not been able to avert.
Three times now. since the establishment ol the State
ol Israel by the United Nations back in 1948, there has been
wai in the Middle Eas..
Above and beyond the immediate military considera-
tions, which cgain indicate that Israel has scored yet
unother smashing victory to destroy the so-called United
Arab Republic's war-makinq potential, is the fact that the
major world powers have done precious little to help
bring peace to the area.
Continued on Page 4-A
DR. WARHAFTIG IN APPEAL
WASHINGTON-ARAB TIES SEVERED
The
soften
By Special Report
Soviet i'nion teemed to
ts position Tuesday in the
face of striking Israeli gains in
the war that erupted at approxi-
mately 3 30 a in Monday, between
Israel and her Aral) neighbors
The Soviet
o,uiet during
Union, relative!)
Monday's startling
war late Monday IS hours after
it began.
B> Tuesdaj afternoon, l-i
forces had occupied Jordanian
held Jerusalem, and were moving
eastward toward Bethlehem On
her western front, she had taken
the Gaza, and was rapidly occupy-
ing the Mediterranean coastline
down toward the Sue/ ("anal, vir-
Religious Affairs Chief
Urges ''Supreme Effort9
Israeli victories on the ground in tually fighting again the same war
Sinai and in the air over Egypt, she waged against Nasser in 1956"
Syria and Jordan, had nevertho
GIN DATAN IACK A
JERUSALEM (JTA) Dr. Ze
rach Warnaftig. Israels Religious
Affairs Minister, issued this week
a worldwide appeal to rabbis to
unite in "a supreme effort to help
Israel in its current crisis He urg
ed the rabbis to organize meetings,
proclaim fast and prayers da) I
for it is a time of trial for Jacob '
Israel's Chief Rabbinate proclaim
ed a day of fast and prayer and
called on the nation "to close
ranks .it this crucial hour'' as pre
parationa were speeded for honu
defense if war should come
Throughout Israel. synagogues
a/ere filled and man) Jews on guard
dut) on the country's loin
i .1 the ci\ ilians in praj
Preparations to cope wi'h the
ultimate contingency were visible
everywhere. In Tel Aviv's streets,
housewives and schoolchildren
wete busy filling sandbagi
usil 'i them to make improvised
l r rai shell.rt. O'h'r
bccian serving as substitu'r 1*1 I
men replacing the mail
y.ri > railed up for rese1 .
Huty Housewives baked cakes
by the hundreds for men station-
HUM PAGf 5 A
ed far aw.y on Israel's borders.
Municipalities set up special
departments t. collect clothing
and candy for the men in uni-
form.
Many workers decided to give
up part of their wages despite a
substantial increase in the work-
week from the normal 47 hours.
Even the income tax collector has
had some surprises In recent days
man> taxpayers have mailed checks
in advance payment on then taxes
\ M Roitman, a Tel Aviv attorney.
senl a cheek tor 280.000 pounds
i$83.0 the enemj gathering al the gates,
I would like to join the nation.;-!
effort to the best of my abili
More modest contributions came
i --'-I paid

',
i
\ Zuah
I A N etl
-.. ments 1 he
'..i s can ll
less continued to demand an im
mediate cease fire and return to
positions held by all Middle East
eni nations prior to the outbreak
of hostilities
The United Arab Republic
supported this view in the tact
of the grim awakening that -Is
rael. under the high commond
of Gen. Mose Dayan, who was
last week appointed Minister of
Defense, had virtually won the
Only this time, it was without
the benefit of British or French
assistance and this time the
timetable victories weir escalated
to near-lightening speed.
During the first day of the out-
break of fighting, both Egypt and
Israel had claimed immediate and
striking victories Israel reporting
the destruction of some 375 Arab
fighter planes and Egypt saving
Continued on Page 3-A
KDIRAL AID JO PAROCHIAL SCHOOLS
Conservative Rabbis
Pledge Ban on Funds
WASHINGTON (JTA) The
ilnical Assembly, the organize
lion of Conservative rabbinate,
voted here this week at the 11 i
elusion ol it- 67th annual
hial school i <
such special proi

vices.
idi
in the i den
- or other supplies i
Jewish
lanl or l !>.
DR. G0RDIS SCORES UNEF WITHDRAWAL
Peace Meet Hears Rabbi
I EONARO ROSEN has been
ed chalnnaa of ilie Israel I
.:enc> Fund ia>Gt
tor) Pan I \
GENEN \ (JT \ \ debate
on in of Secretar) Hen
eral U Thanl in withdrawing Im
. Sal Emei Rt nc) Force
fro-n the I-:..' Ii Eg) ptian bordei
lighted deliberations here o(
the pi iv ate Pacem in Tcrris (Peat i
on Earth conference
I he onference v.is convened i>>
the i antei for the study of De
mocratic Institutions of Sai U
.,i;i "all' 10 SCCk new .ip
aches to peace It was boycotted
I v Ihe Soviet I nion.
The principal debaters on the
UNEF withdrawal were Rabbi
Robert Gordis of New York, a
professor at the Jewish Theologi-
cal Seminary of America, and
Arthur S. Loll, former Indian
delegate to the UN, who is now
professor of international rela-
tions at Columbia University.
Rahi'i Gordis called Mi Than: -
compliance with Egyptian Presi lenl
Nasser's demand for the UNEF
withdrawal a 'capitulation" to
Nassei He said ll was a "tn
iron) that the current Middle
crisis should be the "faull ol
the l N secretariat rather than o!
the powers direct!) concerned
Mr I all rejected the contention
thai Mr Thanl could have acted
otherwise Mr I.all served on the
advisor) committee which aided
the late Dag Hammarskjold. then
Secretarj General, in negotiating
the UNEF agreement with Egypt
in 1957
At the same time the Assembly
voiced its unanimous support to
movement, and called on the
serative rabbinate to assi
hip to t hi
b-.lizi Ihe Jewish i
ewish
sup;'
The Assembly re.Let.d Rabbi
Eli A. Bohnen, of Providence
president. An announcement was
made, after a debate concern.-d
with 'he Middle East crisis, that
50 Con.ervative ribbis had volun-
teered to 5,'rnd fion-. one month
to th'ec months in Israel this
summer. They will serve as
teachers, counselors to children,
or in oth.'r capacities that would
help relieve Israel's manpower
shortage.
The discus-ion nl ihi Middle
East crisis followed addresses b)
Vice President Huberl Humphrey
and Israel Amb \ aham
nan Mr Humphrt > praiM d
Israe restraint" during Ihe
i crisis and stressed
need for further political and aip
lomatic negotiations d u ri n
"breathing spell Al the -
time, however, he indicated that i
Continued on Page 3-A
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'fJewitflf'rridricun
Rabbis Split on Gov'i. Parochial Aid
Page 3-A
Continued from Page 1 A
solution of the issue regarding
Ttran i is! not b- taught at the
eapcoai of Israel's sovereignty,
her lift and her lifeline "
Amha*Mdor llaiman. MnphabL-
ing tha: there must be no miacal
t-ulation* about Israel's determ.ua
tion and right to defend her fiee
dom. sa.d "the world will have i i
decide \hat to do alout this Bitua
turn in -Ahieh one United Nations
member is threatening to di
another He expressed the
that th* International n
would not permit ippeasemem >f
.i dictator He said it is we hi
-mII defend Israel against aggie
ion. if it eomei to that "
The rabbti called on then (or.
men to ash support of mo.,-,
lo implement United state, rot
mitmenti to Israel's security The
rabbis also took steps to mobilize
fixed and unalterable policy, pre-
ferably in concert with other
nations, but if need be by itself,
to secure the territorial integ-
rity of Israel." The council also
asked for "action now" to im-
plement free access of shipping
in the Gulf of Aqaba.
The rabbis heard an appeal to
Dr. Teller said "the true test of
interfaith cooperation will be the
conduct of the Christian ssorlo in
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[lonists and secularists death camps
'hen congregations tor ma,, jt.. avoid involvement with Christian
moiisti ations hi supuort of Israi-1 i
The, requasted Zr r*UrZd """f""" '," "T^ ;'
Kroups lo declare a day ol fastipg *cul*rism 1)r- J*d '''<"<' educa
.ind prayer tor Israel
A reso'ution called on the
government "to proclaim rhe
and historian, warned that the
Irive against secularism would
cause a serious schism within the
Jewish community in which there
lsrat'1 Deep in Suez:
Takes Old Jerusalem
Co- nued from Pege 1-A
I hat it d bagged more that
l-r.v i
pi also am
; epalsed Israeli gaii
ide roads into Isi at li ten i
But as the stunning truth of
the magnitude of Israel s victory
on all fronts began to make
sense to a startled world, it was
the Russians who quickly let it
be known they were prepared
to negotiate on their initial
position that all forces must re
urn to their positions prior to
'" outbreak of the war
The United States position was
.it tm> would l>r unacci ptable
I ;:n
.i -s, i s blo< .i le thi Straits
i Iran and the Uull oi \
B) late 1i i -,:.,. i
lei u Ik- known thai the
.ai".s wei. coopei ative
an effort to i rai h .> ceasi
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i charge th. t S State Depart
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that Nasser realized he had lost
his gamble in the Middle East.
While the Russians were his
staunchest supporters, it now
appeared likely that they were
in no mood for a confrontation,
and would not fight to support
Egypt and Egypt's allies.
i the t nited
Nations Nikolai Federenko was
ii led discussing ..\ s
to the Middle
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Wmi ban or. Hhjb the anal tcae of
. c*nanor upon which afl of niar.ru-.ci s
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Helping to Meet the Crisis
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8HAVU0TH 1^67
Permanent Peace Heeded
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Interest in Them
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with approval of a resolution sup
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Support for Israel
Gathers in New
\\ ave of Bond
Purchases Here
Miami'i Je community ra
lied to the support of Israel uithvj
.1 mauive i tp loring ol Israel
Bond purchase in a Bond with
Israel Emergency Mobilisation
launched on Monday, Maj 29
Uith a goal ol B.OO0 000 -.-! for
i two-waek period 'hiked from
.in origtMl goal >f 11.000.0000
total of Si 877.000 had been
reachad within seven days
Stalling with a leadership
meating al the Deauvilla Hotel
under the chairmanship of Sam
uel Priedland. where SM6.000 in
Israel Bonds were sold on the
spot, the Israel Bond Organiza
tion launched .< crash drive which
included nuineroin meetings.
' i ikfaats and an intensive tele
phone campaigns I he usnuilltee
M-hodjIed n Bond with-Israel
Rmcrsjsnc) MoWHutton at the
Miami Beach AudMortara Sonday
. pning J ine 4 and the Hadas
sah Israel anniversary luncheon
.i- .i fa ,i point for the c
in pn paratioi >i the Hada-
. dkfon, -p- ; bj the M i
Beach Chapt' i >f the organua
a Bern i I meetin
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Mi Henry B fi'ei
\t a<
the mds to the m*
in condui '
u lh the m heduling of <
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m Miami Saturday June '<
Sunday, June 4 i whirlwind 4H
hour i amps I immediati I)
organised Highlighting Hil-
da) drive a .. Sal
daj evening a the home of Mi
: Rosen lor top
h.- [arae Bond purchas-
following n orning
Israel Bond leaders heard Gen
i .i-k"\ at .i prh ate meeting .it
the Fontainbleau Hotel and re
sponded with an outpouring "l
Israel Bond purcli
Several hours later, a buffet
supper foi other Israel Bond li
era and members of the Bond
uithlM.nl Bmergenc) Mobiliza
turn Committee met in advance
if the rail) al the Miami Beach
litoi nun to initiate pacesetter
purchases for the mass gathering
The hectic two-da) drive cul-
minated with the rail) at the
Beach Auditorium, attended b)
about 3,500 persons
In a dramatic response to an
passioned address i>> Dr Aaron
Kahan. executive director ol the
Israel Bond Oi [anization, the au-
dience rallied to Israel financial
eeda b) purchasing three
1'iarter-- of a million dollars,
ngtag the total sales tor the
week t" t\ 560 000 ither spi ak
were I ii In ing Lehrman and
;ressman < laude Pepper
The leri Mon
da) Jum 5 n embers ol Hadas
531*3 '"i" in a respi
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chaii the Greater
Mian I irganii
Mrs Judith Beilin, Isrsel s
New N irk, bringing the
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Kahan Rabbi l eon Kronish, Li
and Samuel Fn d
d, wen Rabbi Mayer Abramo
wits, James M Albert. Sidney l>
tnsin i< onard Barr. Rabbi Her
l.ert M Baumgard, Lewis Bower
Shepard Broad, Jonas Brotman
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i/t. Aaron Kahn Uetti, executive director oi tne lsrae bend
Organization, and Leonard Rosen promise Gen. Chaim Laskov
(center) loimer chief of stafi oi Israel's defense forces, that
Miami Jewry will rally to Israel's financial aid with an unprec-
dented outpouring of Israel Bond purchases. The General
addressed 3.500 persons at a Bond-with-lsrael Emergency
Mobilization last Sunday night at the Miami Beach Auditorium,
as part of a whirlwind week-long emergency drive for the sale
of S2.000.000 in Israel Bonds in Dade County.
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Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Rabbi Sol
Landau. Rabbi David Lehrfleld,
Rabbi Max Lipschitz, Murraj
Lazarus, Sam Lipton, Leonard
Luria Cieorge Mildwoff, A J Mo
task) Saul llorj ii Morris New
mark. Lou Toiler. Jack Popick,
Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky, Jacob
Rifkin, Rabbi Solomon Schiff,
Robert Siegel, Milton Sirkm. Carl
Weinkle, Rabbi Alfred Waxman
and Rabbi Berel Went
Milimians
At Meet
The i nited J ish Appeal
Sundaj launched a nation-
wide Israel cj Fund
drive "to mobilize the greal
esl and swiftest outpouring
of millions ol dollars
L'JA histoi > ii was an
noun ,m New
York bj Edward Uinsbe
o( Cl< \> land, i i \ associate
al chain
Miami leaders attei
the meeting v Joseph M
Lipton, in me is i past pres
idenl of the Greater Miam
Jewish Fedcr.it ion Si liu >
Lefcourt also a Federation
past president; Rabbi L
Kronish chairman ol the
Greater Miami Israel B<
Organization; Arthur s Ros
ichan, executive director of
Feaerat on; Harold i I
man. pa~t vice president of
Federation; and Dan.el N< al
Heller. Federation lea
and former national i
mander of the Jewish War
Veterans of the I S \
"A massive total of indi-
vidual contributions will i>c
brought m. Ginsberg de-
clared, "at an initial national
big gifts meeting to be held
at the Americana Hotel in
New York on June 1^ "
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Friday lune 9. I
Paqe 9 A
People Throughout Free World Rally to Israel's
Crisis in the Hour of Her Critical Trial
Africian Jewish young people
hvt offered thur tervicet to
Israel. The first group will leave
MM.
Continued from Page 2 A
time in French Jewish history The
committee is headed hv Edmund
and (Juy de Rothschild, of ihi
French Jewish hanking family ;..
cooperation with French Jewish
fund rai.s ng organizations. the new
committee urged ever] .lew to
give Inunediatehj twice Um
he regularly gave each year tor la
raeli causes. Guj de Roth
said he hoped that 14,01
$5,000,000 would be raised in a
few claw and that air.
(xxi ha.i been .<< <.ed
Throngs in Paris
The committee published :.i all
major French dailies, s itsti
that "Israel's situati m and ,i,
concerns ever) Jew in r:
personall) An appeal was dis
tributed through Preach news
papers and I
asking the people of I e to
su.stam Israel Thousand! of From I
Jews have volunteered thrii
service! to lai
nittee was awail
from Israel s Govemmi nl on um
of Um volunteers
More than 7,000 persons |oir.-
ed in Parii in a demonstration
for Israel. They included 2,000
students who came to the sche
duled meeting in the Latin
Quarter and another 5.000 who
weie unable to find seats ... d
remained outside. The speakers
gave their addresses twice, once
inside the hall and once outside.
Two public declarations of sup-
port for Israel were published.
The first was issued by the phi-
losopher Jean Paul Sartre and
about 100 other French intellec
turals.
A second statement on the -.
theme wa. ,.,| D) n:.'h
' intellectuals, called In.
Group of Twenty Nine, directed bj
Ematiia I Dastier de la Vigerk
close friend ol Stalin i daui htei
Bvetlana
British Jewry
About 50.000 ; tried 11
attend a rail] supporting 1 ..
held at the W ii tei I Ircui In Pat ,
in the auditorium
15.00>i ;
35.000 v
ouisiue tin hall
French and Hebrew songs
The rnqps meeting followed ui
I
earliei inarch bj an estimated
SO 00 ided to thi-
ii ip front of the Israeli
i ids pledg
nit support foi Israel and opposing
the Egyptian blockade <>f the Strait
i nan inside the auditorium,
addresses wire delivered bj Mveral
outstanding members of the French
i h imber of Deputies All voiced
ardent support for Israel during
he current crisis
\ resolution expressing the
1 solidarity ol British Jewry with Is
in the current Middle Fast
xisi.i and warning against at
tempi \i..b rulers
was approved unanimously this
at an emergencj meeting in
ened bj the Hoard ol
Deputies ol British .lews chief
Rabbi Immanuel Jakoboviti and
repn i of 14 major British
izations joined in is
sum:; the call The resolution de
led immediste and effective
aintain the F; yptian |
blockaded Tiran Strait as an in
al uat.rvv.iv foi ships and
.'Hills
A special meeting of the Joint
Palestine Appeal was held in
London in connection with the
newly created situation in Israel
dislocating the economy there.
The meeting resulted in the rais-
ing of 1.750,000 pounds ($4,900,-
000) for the emergency
that have arisen in Israel.
needs
The Organization of Austrian
Trade Unions sent a message from
Vienna to Aharon Becker, ate
rotary-general of the HistedruL
the Israel lalvor federation, express
inn the hope for a peaceful settle
ment of the current crisis In Ufa
Middle Fast In a cable to Mi
Hecker, the Austrian trade uniOIMTla
said they expected the democratic
world to do everything possible fo
spare the Israeli people further
suffering.
Vigil in Rome
More than 7.00C persons took
part this week in a nightlong "Vigil
ol Solidarity With Israel," in Home
Speakers paid tribute to Israel re
straint in the face of continuous
provocations Ml the part of the
Arabs An appeal was issued to
the Italian (rovernment to take a
stand in defense of free navigation
in the (iul! of Aqabs as proclaimed
,i\ : similar meeting was held in Milan
\ pro-Israel committee, com
pnsed ol representatives of all
Swiss churches and political parties
m all Swiss cantons was formed
in Berne The Swiss Federal
Council meanwhile issued x stale
ment expressing tlM hope that the
present Middle Fast crisis would
be settled in ;i just and peaceful
manner
Plans to -end South African
ewish youth volunteers to laratn
to Mrve in non combatant roles
.Hiring the current Middle East
crisis were approved in Johannes
but. at i spec al meeting of the
Zionist Federation
The meeting approved a ger-
eral resolution to provide the
utmost aid from South African
Jewry to Israel. The meeting
also decided to launch immedi-
ately an emergency fund-raising
effort, Larp* -lumbers of South
More than 8.000 Brazilian Jews,
many of them young persons,
held a rail) in the huge Hebraica
Mall in Sao I'auto in which they
called for poace in the Middle Fast
In a wire to Brazilian President
Costa Silva, the participants In
the rally asked him to do all in
his power to secure a solution to
the Mideast impasse in accordance
with Brazil's tradition of peace
Special itreamen bearing peace
slogans were displayed in the Jew
ish district of Bombnetiro.
Argentine Assembly
The DAIA, Argentine Jewry's
central representative agency, con
vened an extraordinary assembl)
in Closed session in Buenos Aires
and then issued a statement e\
pressing deep concern about the
menace of war in the Middle East
motivated "by the aggressive at
titudes of those who oppose Israel
The danger of a new Munich"
being prepared against Israel u.i-
I Stressed in a statement issued ,M
an extraordinar) meeting ol I h
si ..-1111111 i ii lion
Guatemala i < ongress undei Irw
leadership of the SenaU adopted
a strong resolution In G istemala
Cit) condemning the Hie Itimale
blockade ol the Strati ol Tiran as
an act of aggression and a viola
tmn ol human rights The meat ure
categorical!) condemned all forms
of aggression oi hostile acts which
lead to u.ii The i 'ongress voti d
also to send its resolution to all
other parliamentary bodies h.
I .itiii Amei H a
Nasser's blockade ol the I
strait to Israel shipping constitutes
the gravest provocation by the
aggressive Aral' rulers who end., i
er world peace." the Central Com
mittee for Uruguayan Jewrj ind
h" Uruguayan Zionist Organiza
lion declared this week In a Join!
itatement The two groups issued
the statement after a massive rail}
bj i ruguayan Jen i in the Great
Hall Of Montevideo
Mori than 10.000 Jews took pan
in what was the largest displaj ol
Jewish solnlaiitv with Israel ev,i
seen in Melbourne The rail) ex
pressed the determination ol Jew
to defend Israel against Arab si
gression and in [ed internatl
efforts to remove the grave danger
tO WOI Id peace
Confirmation Set At Beth Solomon
< 'oiifii iii.it.on r\i i clsei al Beth
Solomon < on. i. ation will lake
. on Siiuda) .it '.' 30 p m
I'ai 1 icipatin in the i i I einoiiv
will be Rabbi Aharon \: Feiei
pnitii.il leader Mind.iv School
principal, Arnold I ev v and con
I., mation < lass teat hei Ei ii Gold
schmidl
Students to be confirmed an
Jeffrej Burak, Roy Goldenberg,
Barbara Mahler. Bruce .Mannar,
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Bertram Gold Named American Jewish
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an*' units, Morris B. Abram,
New York attorney who U. S.
representative to the Hjman
Rights Commission of the United
Nt,ens, was elected to serve as
his fourth year as president.
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chairman of the executive i
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Shavuoth Next Week Places
Accent on Our Young People
The Jewish festival of Rh>.......:.__
The Jewish festival of Sha-
vuoth. known also as "The Feast
of Weeks." will be celebrated this
>ear beginning at sundown.
Tuesday. June 13. In many Con-
servative and Reform congrega-
tions, the rehffious services will
bf devoted to confirmation of
young men and women
One of the most spiritually
significant holidays of the Jewish
calendar. Shavuoth traditional!)
commemorates the giving of the
I in Commandments to Moses on
Mount Sinai seven weeks after
the Exodus from Egypt The i. -
il also has agru ultural associ
M, for at this time, seven
ks after the spring wheat
I plai ting In Israel, the first
Is "f this planting were h ir
ted
Agricultural Symbol
ring this holldai h ii< h was
"f ""' P tivals of
lewis* year the Jews ol H
I
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lerusalem for sai i
symbolism n ven
this modern ilarl>
Reform ai I I
Sregations. where on this day,
the youth who have completed
their formal rebgious education
stand on the altars of the temples
and seek confirmation in their
faith They represent the first
harvest of an educational seed
planted ten years earlier.
In a colorful cemmony the
>oung graduates conduct a spe
cial service highlighted by their
reading of the Ten Command-
ments with the entire congrega
ti< n the presentation of a floral
offering, reminiscent of the an
' sacrifice; and bj publicly
to the fellowship of
1 i The climax ol the entire
' : a< Kiev-
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confirmation ceremony elicits a
vow from the confirmand that he
or she will now take his place as
a Jew. in the synagogue, and in
his family life and community. It
means the fulfillment of a life de-
voted o I'orah istudvi and Mitz
vah (deed i.
Bar-Bas Mitzvah
The Bar or Bas Mitzvah cere-
mony takes place at the age of
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Friday June 9, l%7
WHY HOLIDAY INCOURAGIS DtCORATION
Home Beautiful on Sliavuoth
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
Why rit* torn* communities hav*
custom of adorning their
homes, their synagogues and
even the Torah Scrolls with
Mowers (especially lillies) and
sweet smelling greens on the
Shavuoth holiday?
Borne claim tha' thia is b cause
rt Sinai was adorned with
itioo on the occasion
ie Revelation which Ihe fea
Shavuoth commemoral -
in- i- a
the coui
i
in
in wicker
: ltd lillies
\ 11.1
linds us
! ai thi- festival is in
i- -. esl festival si
led. i r i -
pra>'
the infant Mmi n Egypt He
waN born m the aerentfc v
At the i
a. placed i o*skH al
-
-. aaOh iv i
incidf w
festiral
Th -
S


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interpret th
I pl< f Isn
l am
I am tiif one and beli
I l am she thai I iddi n in
DW o( |f| unl v':
in .-, briel period I bl<
forth in good deeds before Hin
hkf .. Iill\ with
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I'o Out Fi tends and Patrons HERMAN
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Your FIGURE Problem A HAPPY HOLi:
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; said before him tat the time
the lr\ elation at Sinai All
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Kv dua 24 7
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Friday June 9, 1967
1
+ kw ist fit*aafioun
iccent on Youth in Festival of Weeks
Continued from Paq* 13 A urarH......... ...... *
Page J \
rom P*ae 13 a ward futur. .....lieipation a
13 It lerves u a personal com-
iintmcnt and an Interim
''I lav for ali peoples \- wltl
i holiday, Shavuoth di i
stic elen
.....m,..........,,........,, ves&s "^fsn
ihc stor>' oi ;i woman w
>o volun- this daj to indicate thai )
uiliiiMii
w": -i al ,i.._ in God s nai
- -W...W., miv vi.mil-
read the Ten Commandments is a mor- C^fo? rt &SS? ".......'
g00< I f(K)( I
and
gocM I coffee
> t
go toeethei
JOYOUS
SHEVUOTH
Instant or Regular, Maxwell House belongs with holiday entertaining and feasting, Foi
this fine coffee is a tradition in its own right-constant in superior quality and mellow
ta'am, constant in the joy it gives. By far and away the favorite coffee in Jewish life! Why
not have a cheering cup right now.
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Friday June
Give A u
Never Gave Before
ISRAEL IS AT WAR
HELP IS NEEDED NOW
The United Jewish Appeal has formed the
ISRAEL EMERGENCY FUND

and calls on every friend of Israels people to contribute!
l.MAKE YOUR GIFT IN CASH TO THE
ISRAEL EMERGENCY FUND TODAY
2. PAY THE PLEDGE YOU HAVE ALREADY
MADE TO THE COMBINED JEWISH
APPEAL OF THE GREATER MIAMI
JEWISH FEDERATION
Give To Work For the
ISRAEL EMERGENCY FUND
OF THE
UNITED JEWISH APPEAL
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EGYPT CRUMBLING IN SINAI CAMPAIGN ... PAGE 2-B
~
' da, June 3. 1%/
Sec-
Florida Jewish War Veterans
Annual Confab This Weekend
.eh to right are Samuel Hascoe, presiauni <
odge Miami Beach; GeOIge W. Valentine, vie- president
Those Federal Savings and Loan As ociation; and Jack
ink. program chairman of the Patriotic Rally, reviewinq last
[years program presented by the lodae and sponsored bv
IChcse r eaeial. 7
\BB Patriotic
\Rally July 1
Miami Beach H nai Hrilh Lo
i i nt an Independence Daj
p.,-: otic Rally at the Miami Beach
| ii.uni 00 Saturday, Jul> 1 Bt
P m
. \i mat k- the 10th an
ma] i i>-''i \a nee i>! the nalion -
In ihiia\ b> th>- l< i
hj the < hai Fed<
|- | \ i
service
Wai \
l i of 1
ommander will
I he colon in > *\u en
,
\ i
i i > Jo
Ualeh will lii
.it the -'.' "'. the
Main tpaafcar is (ormir Gov.
L*Roy Collins, who hit been in
tin public sarvice for tnon than
133 years and was Florid*'* chief
' e.fcutive from 1955 to I960. He
I be introduced by Council
man Paul Seiderman. Others on
the program art Bornatt Roth.
former yica mayor of Miami
Beach Rav. Wilay Scott, pator,
Miarri Baach Community Church;
Rabbi Mayor Abramowiti, of
Ttmpla Manorah.
ichatsn i >rar>
Department of Florida, Jewish
War Veterans of the U S.A., will
liscusa its role, in the Israel-Arab
war ai its annual convention this
weekend, June to II, at the Hoi
lywood Beach Hotel.
A resolution on this issue will
be taken up in s(ime 300 delegates
during the Council of Administra-
tion session on Sunday Also on
the agenda ll the election of state
JWV officers
The JWV Department of Flor-
ida Ladies' Auxiliary wil hold its
annual convention simultaneous-
ly at the same hotel Highlight
of this convention is the Presi-
dent's Luncheon on Saturday at
noon, honorin.g outgoing state
president, Mrs. Arthur Lee. A
business session is set for Sun-
day, along with annual election
of officers.
SAVUfl SA.'.tL'fls
San el I
pi -. lent Georgi W. V'alen
: i k-ici presidt nt ol Chast Fed
I v. ilia .i O'Sht .. St
- ( lunch. Miami Beach
Mill render .< special prayer for
the dead and for Aimed Fc
ling to presen e democrat> in
\ letnam
Mrs Gershan Miller, who has
,.r il on radio and T\. a ill
i patriotic recital
The entertainment portion of thi
progl .mi ill feature the Ba
Bret hestra in a serit >l
ral and patriotic mel<
t of the <
Rob nson
INCUMBENT ROOSEVELT BOWS
Dernier is Mayor;
Ciment \\ ins Seal
si Ins bid i' the Bi ach an ins
la)
Bai V.vm i "ri
ment anothe. youn
former mayoi s ( iment received 9.640 t i Gaj
noi 58.08 ""
Rabbi Maxwell Berger and
Cantor Hen Dickson, of Temple
Zamora, Coral Gables, will con
duct Sabbath evening services at
the Hollywood Beach Hotel on Fri-
day night Ed Feibelman, JWV De-
partment of Florida chaplain, and
Mrs Norman Levine, state Auxil-
iarj chaplain, will assist Rabbi
er and Cantor Dickson in th
services, together with various
post and auxiliary chaplains
Samuel Samuels. JWV regional
commander of the northeastern
United states, will be the guest
speaker at the special JWV Sab
hath evening services, which begin
at H 30 p m and are open to the
public
Samuels is expected t the position of the Jewish War
Veterans in the northeastern Unit
ed States on the Israel Arah
Samui la graduate of Harvard
College, lias g Master's degree in
education from Boston Universit}
and is guidance director ol high
schools in Revere, Mass
He is serving his fourth consei
utive year as chairman of JWV's
national scholarship committee
Irving M. Cooperman, outgo-
ing commander of JWV's Depart-
ment of Florida, will be honored
on Saturday evening with a Com-
mander's Banquet, preceded by
a cocktail party. JWV past na-
tional commander, Daniel Neat
Heller, will be toastmaster at the
'banquet.
Ralph Rosofsky is chairman of
the state convention commit) e
Mr- n.it Brown is co chairman
JAY DIHMIR
NOHh'.AN CMIH1
INITIAL
jq
*w m
thing to be oossessr.'. t A V
Ittan I persona! zed without charge sporl shirts,
Kodc!" pc-ives'er, cotton White, colors 17;
Vt L XL $5
Cr give him a h ii I- e sweater, goit |acket. < -chiefs
... all monogrammed h.s only at no exl c:e
i
i BTJptlDIlSrE'S
SWANK FOR THE
LETTERED MAN $3.95



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Egypt Crumbling in Sinai Campaign;
Israel Forces Take Old Jerusalem
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And. for ".be : Ium
brad i --.depend*aee a- ;: ~
ea or. Va 4 :48 J-** tgaaa
leaped a" HM WailhH *-i led
l* .. XH-'Oc ~a.. ...
wiefc** Vi-i*Jt.* at*>e appoir'
lad wee* hfted Israeh oyh
a a matter
,; auowtes
Srria centirw4 fifjhttrwj with
*i* bolder of 'h* JowiW n#tn
Pveivad indt >%# roports of combat a" th
Labarxtt ko'i with lvl
"ougo oo Arab aattoa had
accepted the IN -
lire VS^cr.- -oa> aflCfl -Mar.
aearo tr.* cemand a 5

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beeaeafl
port mjmii n "- the
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bad aided Um :-raeii ob\.
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iud oac'iae iti the Arabs and "
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the lfcfaei Hi Hwf
Meaawbak ^a*luostor. Rep
_a*:e B ***> l>era r.a M
ea^ed a *Ue- ritieo U> Pfe^wen!
Johawao Wednesday calling for
araalaa of isrwHi are-.v io botb
br Swez Caaal and Strait of Ttaaa,
acceptance oi Urael terruonal
.otecnt> peroaaAenl lettleiwenl of
the border tton aad aaxwaaect
- -*acefrj' 'f d
<3inu'f anthu tne Mwc Eaal
FaMcll also ac
Melton Research Findings Viewed
NOW!
SUNSWEET-
TENDERLY NEW"
PITTED PRUNES
WITH) PRUNES RlAtt TO EAT
A- for-d> -.
aataaa rf the fiad
taaaan h i ester ..-.
< in| of Bbk- H be rt*-W tn
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.-> Educanoa of the Nutbe->t Re-
- -. -irog'ji- i-/ the
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Deatcaed for teacner* n the
> <* qrnacoguas of If iami.
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part* ;- with the --.-.*! that
h*.-. k< -> the Melton
ler ai \>teJx apcr
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h
7^>e w-minar which ill be held
n' the Bareau of J*-*:-h P'-d.
i-.: hearted to 35 teacher* ill use
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v-^jed text. I. nder-.tar:'!
mg Ger.e**> o> Dr Nabum San I
and the accoipanyinf, Teachej'i
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The leminar ras
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- : 1966
her. Dr V -. {i delivered
f'^r lectvra on :be avl be.r.g
ictad the "
H-imath. histery aad Hebrew Rab-
bi Alien Rulchik erve* as director
of the -'v-." baasi '. I'mted
>;, aith Abraham J
t el son and Irving Sesde!
chairmen :on on
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pufp and orange package. Ideal fcr hjndl boxes. Sfkip em -'o
cookias. cakes, salads. No prts. just fresh frurt tenderness
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MIAMI SPRINGS VILLAS
PIZZA
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Enjoy, enjoy!
You deserve more than just a cup of coffee.
You deserve a great cup. A hefty cup.
Chase &Sanborn. The hefty one. Blended hefty
to perk you up. warm you up. cheer you up.

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CHASE & SAiiBOPN-THE KREFTlG COFFEE CERTIFIED KOSHER BY RABBI J H RALBAG
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Fridey June 9. 1967
* Mnist ihrkUom
srael Emergency Fund Hits
falf-Million in Rapid Pace
THE I1RAFI euc......
Page 3-B
THE ISRAEL EMERGENCY
UNO th<- United Jewish Ap
i i' rreater Miami approached
.< ha.'f-million dollar mark this
eh with official figures of S4I4
1 announced a>. of noon Wednes
bv teneral chairman, Leonard
lov mm the total reflected
5 those Kifa credited to th<
iRMBost local Jewish communit)
h tax actual amount raised foi
\ h re much hifhei \i |
... .
I<0.00t1 Riil
livided I
Ihim
TEMP.E ISRAEL

nti-e S uth annoum
ices Mould it
m b) n
p in the Israel i
\ nd
i. l: \ irol the
w nent u he joined .. con
more than 20 D
rabbis and la) leaders Mho
duled to participate in
| dj historic rail) of Amen
J I the White House
.ton. DC
THE RABBINICAL ASSOCIA
1'ON u dedicatinK Sundaj n
Ji wish Worship Hour on Ch
I 11 a m to pi ayer and ac
foi Israel" in co I ion with
L'nited J, .i-i: Ap| i is
i-':.. ...n< j i- und Phe Jewish
was urged to partKi
le ii. this mass prayi
CUBAN EMPLOYEES of th.
'. holesal, i'> ha\< i
\onvention Report Given
i Senior ( iticena Club 2
j ... mbership meeting
>!.,> afternoon al 842 Wash i
\'. i \ rep Ihi state Bsad
uni' roavewtions ol senior citi
* hi recent!) yen b)
rlui
INJOY
tributes] a da) s pa) to ihc Israel
Emergenc) Fund in i?ratitud< loi
'lie support given them b\ the
lewish community in the past
We share with the Jews their
love for liberty and we want to
share with I hem now m their hour
"f 'rial ih.-> informed
1 romer, head ol the firm
irsdaj June 8. Mas proclaim
'I a daj of 'Prayer and D.
b) the RABBINICAL ASSOCIA-
TION l urealei Mi a -.
: :
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HEBREW ACA
DEMY foi a prayci
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i and f,., the unive
rei li
MIAMI BEACH HIGH
Pizza,
Who maftcs it
Scshmaftste?
AWEEKENDorWEEK
il -I tl* coo
Waldman
STR'CTLYKOSHtR CUlSiNf
ONIV GIAT T Mf TS
Served i- tSt W*10M*N Mi.-,
k'St'' U S.p' If
9
di s, pvion
occ
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INCLUDING MEALS
CHn3E3fR({ PARKING.
HUL TOTS I TEENS MILK BAR.
Counsellor Supervised Children s
Activities Ifs always SHOWTIME
at waiOMANS
.Phone 538-5731
OCEAN AT 43rd ST.
MIAMI BEACH
III!
corvir-i-ETe
CHEESE.
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ENJOY SOME SOONI
Remember how good
bread used to taste?
August Bros.
still does!
AUGUST BROS. BAKEftY
10777 N.W. Mill AViNUf. MIAMI. PlOtrOA
than 200 seniors available to join
Hebrev. Vcademy, Mesivta i]
.nd Weishaus Girls High students
hi t lit- all out drive in behalf ol
he Israel Emergenc) Fund
WESTVIEW COUNTRY CLUB's
I members were summoned to
a special meeting to map total in-
volvement of the club me.nhei
hip in the Israel Emergenc) r
according to president Ferd \i
Al mci and wom< n,
through 4 bcinit r
Israel through u
nationwide effort being coordinal
ed here i>\ Joseph Vanich, Ameri-
can JEWISH CONGRESS execu-
tive director. Individuals accepted
will be used to harvest Israel's
besi crop in years in great dangei
because of the total mabilization
of Israel manpower for both the
hostilities and the crisis ;
preceding the outbreak of actual
righting
dade Jewish youth are be
ing called upon to mass at Miami
Beach City Hall at 2 p m Sunda
afternoon fo ra march to Tempi,
Emanu-EI along Washington Av,
Representatives of synagogue, tern
pie. Zionist, B'nai B'rith and othei
youth groups in the 12 to in age
ory uric coordinating the
march which will formally launch
ilw youth division of the Is
Emergency Fund of i J \
^ e Regret \ In the issue of the Jewish Flori-
dian for June 2. an ach rtisi
menl inserted b) the Elliott
,( 'oscvell i ampaign Commit
bote the name ot George J Tali
anofl as one of the signatories
We are advised b) George .1
Talianoff that his name was in-
serted in the advertisement with-
out his knowledge approval or
authorization.
We therefore regret it ^ use.
Merit Certificate
Goes to Miamian
'''he annual award ol Murra) Sol-
omon Post ol Coral Gables Je i i-lt
W ai V, terans. to a member ol the
senior class i Gables High
School for outstandii
in con;"
on Tucsda)
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+Jei Friday June 9, 1%7
SE*S KASSfR MD CASTRO COMMON ENIMY
Cuban Pilot Who Wants To
Flv for Israel Fired from Job
t'uban refugee said thil tfk
he j- firvd from hi< job at
rican Airmotive in Miami be
he wants to head a contin-
of Cuban a\iator> to fi.^ht in
Israel Arab war
apt Kduardo J Wh-Uhoust.
Id T'n' Jewi-h FloridUn that
Miurr. firm fired him because
ai> fell hi-* position uouM
e embarrassing to Its Aral
i t*
Married and the father of three
:*-'!drev Cept. Whitehoute on
. _-*> 2 *ent a letter to Israel Am-
: vsador Avraham Harman in
--ieh he declared th*? '' le
C! -rinal provocation of the 'Ns
Castro' Communist regimes
rainst Israel does not suprise
body who has followed the
: : -nination."
that a


\r..!' Republ
captain for Cubana Airline* for IT
yean He was director of Cuba's
civil aviation for seven \ears until
thf advent of (astro He to a- a p lot in the Bay of Ptgl in
\a>ion of 1961
In 1961. from June to November. '
he flew for the Inited Nation* in
the Congo airlift
The v ut)3n pilots ar.d mecha
Dies who have volunteered to fieht
for Urael against Nasser tfe\ that
tlii i> a mutual Cause." I apt
Whiteho told The Jewish Flori-
dian
Israel is
iiv countries when astro
has iiuiiuated a great numbei oi
':i< agents and also because
a v.eil known fact that all these
countries are backed l>\ <>.ir COOl
enemj the So* iel Union "
Whitehous* said that "until
the U.S. State Department clears
our request, I cannot release
the names of those involved in
wanting to go to Israel with me.
Bui I have become the first
I from mv $-750 per month position
This [a iron'c in a land which
ii supposed to be proud of the
principles of freedom of reli
.'nd political belief '"
IA0SU DAVID KAA,
Rabbi Raab Will Occupy Pulpit At Beth Raphael
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Capl Wnitebouse, who live
\i 135th St was an airline
Rabbi Ever
Gets Testimonial
R ibbi Yehudah I nterman. of Is
rael. and Rabbi Yeche/kel Sam.
. i have granted Rabbi
Ever a testimonial on hi>
-t bixik
The book "Ismach ttxchok"
The Joj of Isaac" is the fifth
volume b) Rabbi Ever and
h doctrines of law and lore
Rabbi Ever is spiritual leader >l
Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute
the orthodox
Yaad Hakashruth of Florida
Rah:: David Raab !-.a- been elect
I as
eth Rai hael, 1545 J
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lion
i
Saul II
Rabbi Raab was prvious'v
spiritual leader of Temple Emm
uel in Gastonia. N.C. He was
3. dai-ed as rabbi with the degree
of Master e' H brew Letters
from the Hebrew Union Col'eae-
Jewish Institute of R' 9>on,
where he graduated with distinc-
? en. He a'so ho'Hs an AB "ecr'e
from Brooklyn College cum laude
During the Korean War. he
volunteered as a chaplain in the
i .1 .i -
lapan For his work in public re-
lations among the Japanese, in
teaching "t Hebrew Bible and Jew
sh h:story, the Rabbi received I
citation from It Gen. Black.-h. ai
M I'.rvan. former commandant at
..' nt Militarj tcad !!
-erved as part tune
t Neuro Psychiatrii Hospital
I '. Veterans in Lyons N J
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Past 183 of thi I
Veterai and I
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1 '" ' nd Elsie will be tak
'' on their twin i
''
stop and
When we had our .
'>-)ie. F mu,l admit I w
' ''' ''! w>ul making such
thta But no* i are
forward to it says
ie
i oskys, incidei la i
' ip (J
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I Ruth) M i ,
is also an excellent
pilot .
anu h Ie, the \\. Ilii g
' 14 made his fb
nth
the Pino ; \ childn n. Samn j 4
ami Susie 2
.. otrM i waj

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'"' I lau hter
son-in law, Dian t and
rdi Idaughl
Moreen Ann, who at eight
talking R
i with IBM, so
ui an IBM dim er da
'he i nda were luncheons -.\en
'h .,

and Mi
II as a i
daughter Diane, wh<
nded \
tl Sano, Rocket
al Asj ciati
I b ; .
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thi *'<
and Dianne Rubin 2111
NE 2061 ?t, will
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li d e
It will I., their fir-t trip to the
well known resort Islan I
in .
uel .i Rabin is attend th< 40th
.
r Round
of the
woi id leading life h hi
n, in Lucerene, Sv itz i
eek [
h\ wife s<
Sam. .lr. they'll tour
il afti i -. .-. i -
' Bring Itii era -
udes London, Lec< i l
Ben, Gothei
Nursing League Elects
Mount Sinai's Mrs. Ross
Mi Carmen F Ross has been service to the communitj
i acted to the ba*ni of directors i rofession of nursing "
iru t- londa l eague for Nui
M Rosa is direct I nursing I terii the development and
i n .it Mount Sinai Hospital in hosp tal. industrial.
: Greater Miami and in I9t tl and other i ganired
;--'' rvices and nui
Service Aw
tl,
o m a #i 5
O r
Festi
iva
Here For
Youngsters
1 I i hildhood Education De-
partmi l Mia VMHA
conducted its spring festival
farewell program on Thurs
May 25, ;it the North Count)
branch, 16951 \"K 4th Ave. and
Friday, Ma> 26 ,.t the C<
branch. 8500 SW 8th St announc
cd Mr- Milton Sirkm. chairman of
the county programs
With the completion of a crea
live experii nee of living and ;
ing together, the Following children
ceived cetlificates in licating
they are ready to become mem
ol the first grade:
Central branch: Bruce Adelson,
Robin Albert. Janine Bess, Susan
man Howard Brenner, II
Feinstock. Alan Futerfas, Edw
Gillman, Susan Greenstein. Lei
Goldwich, Denise Katz, .1 ffre>
Locke, Marcie Parnes, Diana Rose,
Michael Robbins, Michael Rossin,
Ethel Sholk. Garj Spiegelman.
Kara W'aldman. Lisa Burger.
Also Todd Caplin. Lianne I>.<\;-
Steven Friedman, ( arolyn Gilbert,
Michael Jacob
son, Marc Lesaem, Karen Levin,
Rol in IriMii. Louis Lubitz. .lames
Maisel. Lama Mastroff. she:-. Ra-
phael, David Singer Jeffre) Tobin,
Michael D U iss \m\ Brenner.
Diamond Debra Gold *
Mich Icr Barrj Hadler
n Mark Katz. Ruth
Korenvaes Vdam Kornblum, Ron
Marks, Kenneth Lowy, Irvin
Rochelle Rifkin, Richard
Rothbi r I" bra Sacks. Mona
Sonne, and
til !
North County branch Barry
.. Caplan, Shelle> Co
lion. Jordana Harrison. |
-i n, Harrj \< wm
Tyler and "
er
lewish Floridian
! 9. 1967


Sank.i (".dice tastes
(>r better than your u
And it's 97< caflein I
So, drink it, enjo> it- in good health.
it\ 100 real coffee, too
Onl> thecaffein has been removed.
And caflein addsnoflavoi toanj cup old
( omes instant and ground.
Another line product of general I oods.
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Gutfstreom Chapter of vVornen's Amercan ORT. Southe; .
Florida Region, hold i.s annual cocktail party, dinner i
dance at the Barcelona Hotel in May. Left to right are K -
Harry Kreamer, hostess; Mrs. Edward Levinson. chairmc
and Mrs. Barton Black, co-chairman. Proceeds will go to
buiid'ng project which enables ORT to provide over ;
vocational schools in 22 countries educating some 50,
studenir each yeai.
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> An iFjjft ikr/d/^n
Friday June 9. 1967
Alan Kesslers Take Helms at Beth Am
As President ot Temple and Sisterhood
evening, Hi) 19,
combin mi o! officer* aad b
men I ""'
t^ year
Both Am may well "
what u cseiiderrd .< 'first" in
thai Mr and Mrs Alan B (Bather)
K isler will now be presidium over
temple Mid uaterboaa' n
i'- :.. ,i- offtaen, in
addit M t" Kessler a.- president for
were executive
president, Georgi Malm: \ire
presidents, I>r Maxwell Dauer
St) > i.ilbert and Barton LMeli;
mrer William Sanes; financial
Harr) G ilunther. re-
ng secreUn Mrs Laona R
and oeaeepeadina; secretary,
i.ird Goodman
i i install for sisterhood.
ii to lira Kessler -^ prea-
< e Mrs Wayne Re
da in. Mi | Pa
Arthur Jadcowiti
Mr- Kermit Bcrnheimor. Mr-
Weiner, Mn Max Mil
lard. V "a Hoi tense l > G
I Lipinsk) and Mrs
Bernard Goodman, vice presidents;
Mrs Julian Pearson, recordm*. set
rotary; Mrs Edward Jcniss, oor
responding >oeretary. Mrs Morti
net Mayer, financial secretary;
Mrs. Aivin Rom. asM.-tanl financial
secretary and t.vasunr. and Mrs
George Malin. parliamentarian
Me* brotherhood officers include
Herbert L. Dubbin, president. Pr
Maxwell Dauer. executive wee
Pfasadent; Stephen earner. Mi
chael clem. Bernard Goodman and
Harold Malin. \iee prv>ukr-
Jeraid Sckwnra, recording am i
lory; Aivm Rose, ceneapaading
secretary. and Alfred Mosi U
urer
Respective boards i>t din.
were also installed at the special
bj Rabbi Herbert Baum
gard. spiritual lender of Bth Am
Chairman was Dr Maw* d
At AN KfSSU*
mm AlAW KUSU*
HiffSffT DUBBIN
Calvert Names Sales Vice Pres.
Temple Zion's New President Heads
Department of Radiology at Yet Hospital
By Spatial Report
Appointment of Thomas W
Leary, Jr. as vice president
ral sales manager ol Calv*
Distillers Company has been an
nounced by Arthur K Murphy,
ient
\ m ill be res I
tales oil I alverl Extra, c anndian
lord Calvert Calverl Gin, Calvert
i ocktails Leilani Ha Hum.
and Canadian Masl bj
Lord Calverl He succet Is A
i \. i
utive
Distil ii )
For the P** rvo yearv Lery
hat been Southern Division man-
j.qer for Calvert laliioi be was
director of marketing wnricea
for Calvert parent company.
Joseph E. Seagram A Son, Inc
V for met I of Al
In, I
served a '
if thi
Mini
Corp

Williams
|< rial
mi Busii ess v
Miami's JNF
Honor Workers
mal Pund ol
Mi.mn announced that
i irenini .i- held la*
t the I
h the k aders and
th. Jewish National Fi
accorded reeotnition foi
:ll heli.llf ot thC JNF
mergencj iitual
r.n I helped lo transform II
from a celeb atioo to a
inction, with the Insp
address delivered bv tl
ker Rabbi Mayer
t loheo d> clari d
When Rabbi Abramowi't called
for action as an answer > ,
Arab blockade, the 400 avestt,
led by Joseph Cohen, imn-su'e
ly subscribed to an aoa o-jl
$1 000 for strengthening r~* bor-
drs of Israel through -. n
deeming work on the fr-3-i*rj
by the Jewish National Pund
W Kogai
i
lent
Musical was !
ineert
> el f ersbki
: eberman is
remple Zion
ted are J
Irwin
. as, set i Ice president;
Messer third \ ice pros;
Mich* v ordina sec
etnry; Jan Jacobi, corresponding
areretarj ii> nrj Shapiro, fiaenc
tary; and Mnrtia Hammer
Linbei lo Miami
iht years a
*f th< !'
\n h now ht ads ,i- chief *
tion Hosp
\ graduate "f the Long Island
.it present
arran ,; ansfer ol his
i facility
! -tnt.il
Pr I.,. his
Heli Kd\v in
a H.sth Ave
Ctaa trus
is Bern i
How
ual Sam
ship Mor
raid Wei
and Dr
s inej Steinberg d
i
Hi ii- : ild Berko
wit/ I tier, pu
j and Ben Block, house
Members are Dr
Maurice Blmski. Oscar Colsky. Pr
Gerald Enerfeld, David Garber,
Morns Gateman, Pr Harold Gold-
stein, Pr Ira It tsensteii
Sidle Sheldon Simons and William
Stunnan
Beachite Receives
Hebrew Degree
Jacob Daniel tiulay received a
: : in': I teratui
. >n eomi ent eaei

rueadaj
luld on the
t'hicu Northwestern
L'niversit)
Recel\ .' degl ei
ir of Hebrew Letters were
Samuel Jos* I \
;'*.ifi Nobel Prize winner In
..it' Harm an.
Ambassador ol Israel to the \
"i | la) il the -on of
Rabbi and Mrs Shimon A
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'7 Friday June 9. 1967
* knist fkridiicm
Page 7-B
T>-'C
^#e* 7%/e / 7%CC9 .. .
GOOD SHIP ANGELUS
\ ';"'' fl ** The Angelas is a j
Jerry G.....
' "';M- ".-mn-.n K.rina im summer
" r and toured Europe
I Helen and John Owen
Ml hem. and thev all had
" -nek m the States th-
W like to li\ on bi

and Mrs Samuel Level
Wr and Mr
Mi and Mrs Sam
?en
Kej
>
a great time
5 di eided the)
Thai is exa
are doing Exee* for the water ill .....unri
isl like living m a house with i\ telephone
and even a strawberrj plant thai Jane has be
Ides them m ith strawben
the Ooodmam bouaht painting to haw
bedroom From the orange of the paintin
Jane developed the decor ot the bedroom On
the; steer thru floating home ovi r to
the Executive House, where the Owens live to
tin day Helene says sh< gets
kick our i eing Jane gel off the v
in evening or cocktail clothes It's a
for the young and lots of fun
Mi i nd Mrs
Melvii fi tterman and
n v that was rv-
* rol and hta Lainie. who were i
To nakc sure the guest
1 'he part) tangibly, as well as
such pleasant memories, each lad)
with going home" gift
\ ing
was pre sented
the bi
jcht di i
new wa) ol
DON'T BLINK DONtT SNEEZE
nor Sylvia Lefcourt blinks
lo see their middle grand
" lh;'";', "" I* Perform in the
I"-!'' in the auditorium in Mobile
' year, the star of the famih was
v;,'"-'>;"' "*" Brth'sturn, and
will be the one to take nan ii the
performance Its a long airplane i that
' seconds, but it's worth it Then too the Lef
to spend lime with th,,,- daughter
Barbapi ""l Barry, parents of .he dancing once
trio

INSTEAD OF A WIFE
I ..ii- lioimht
If a loveh condo
go
mothei
ith the apartment it was not
Myra, wanted It is.. sleek white
with bhghi red seal covers insteat
a w ie .Mth red hail
hi
what
speed
ma) be
A DELIGHTFUL EVENING AT WESTVIEW
COUNTRY CLUB
No one wanted to go home the niehi
Rosenberg enterta?n, I at iinne \Z I Pd in thc,hcl' '
and dan,-,,,, at their cfub The bird cage mot ,, "no,hei ;""""
d wttr. yellow and green gold flowers, flaunt
a bint on top. was carried out on the cocl
i.uffet table aa weH as centerpiece- on thc yellow
i lothorf tables for ten in the dinin room It pro\
.m exqulste background for the hostesses 'lute
chiffon ceckteii genii Just before dessert .. swinx
ing croup of )-oung folk* came out and did a set
of square dance The caller the music and the
dancers were so ood that soon the aodiencs wa>
rttcipating Then back to regulai
a fantastic orchestra a monk! cues;- wen- Mr and
M i Aaron Kanner, Mr and Mrs Ham u
Mr and Mrs iiBrr> Yagle. Mrs Jack Ablin Mi
and) Mrs \ I. Gfickmen Mr and Mis E Alien
Becker, Mr and Mrs i,.,, Schwarti Mi and Mi
M rris Lomasl Mi and Mi \ Sacks Mr
M r" S Shapiro
md Mrs I arl Weil I Maurice
lamm '. | \,.*r\
i Mi H ert Ell Mi and Mrs I I
At Temple Menorah Sisterhood
day were Mrs. Liber
"Mitzvah Luncheon" on Tues-
Ringer (left), donor games chairrran
and luncheon hostess, and Mrs. Martha Miles.
THE FLEETS IN
Phree boats wetl putt putting down to
for the weekend Aloni
Max Dini their boat
He and Lee Kelson and Goldie and Sol Gold-
ig with
Open
Ke)
Elaine and
Pitt." were
........-"* s>WVIC 1IIIW ."Mil IOIO-
leii In I mi ami Bett) llauser's Hnai "Paul Mark "
"d Uillard Levin In Dr and Mrs
Mickc) Sporn's boal Hypocritic Loaf was
Micke) mother Mr Bcttj Sporn In the three
ed up s,.,,.n kids The) ate
'"I lunch on the boats but stayed in a
rhe i .i *.,,. raiding the three boat
dors ever) night for the pre-dinner cock
;

was _o|| fishing and swimming
Frances Lehman
Mizrachi Women
Plan Meeting For
Month Of June
Aviv* Chapter Miirachi W'<
M Fannie \pi ii, i
i
if offii i
jk. at w
Dov Chapter w ii meet We ;
- i
In ne l .-.. ifl; -w :< si
- Fannie roka) er is pit
Ihursday, June l wa
meeting at no>
...... Canto and Mi -
1200 Wt -: \\e forHodar
Chapter, accord!n| to Santa Kau
, tidenl
i
tea June 7, Wednesda) al
e oi Mi and Mrs Hen
I Shaw, I2SS Daytonia ltd
'.ill Kotko
; iun ed I
ning no
June.
-mIi nl has
Hatikvah Chapter
meetings f".' the
Robin Zelkowitz
Graduates With
High Honors Here
Robin Zelkowitz was graduated
Sunda) evening in the first grad
uation exercises ol the Olga and
Margarci Weishaus High School
mi Girls ol the Hebrew \cadem\
Mian i Beach
Daughter of Mr and Mrs Harold
Zelkowitz Robin who has been
i student al the Hebrew Academ)
ited with I
honors, receiving ttu S II I.
Ward for excellence
II lish, a Civic
arship to thi
i hei choice and a set of books
on "Ethics ol Sinai from Joseph
Weishaus, founder of the school
Shi was also
hosen to addn
I lebrew
honored
ss the as
b) being
emhlv in
NANC1 GRtlNl
Kenr.t-rt Chapter, Ruth Gel
enl will meet tor a bai be
andon Park, pit 5 parkin.;
S indaj June M 10 J '"
< Will Im a I p til inn
M -m Beach Chapter on Tues
13 al w asiiin. ton Fed
i: 13 u ash ngton Ave Mrs
I
is president
Sha
' -" Chapter, Ann Tl .h kl
; resident will shortl>
time .nu\ place fot the
Or Olom Plans
Film Clip Show
od oi remple Or Olom
i it. monthl) met
Jui p m in the
al Hall
Mrs Harry Sarnoff, program
chain-, ii is planning > film clip
if M \ iiies. templi l
and nl luncheons, as well
. ol the past entitled
\\ ii the N ears That W
Mrs Waltei seidler is
n -iilent and Mr- Joseph
ran is president Ol Sisterhood
Rabbi Ralph Glixman is tpii
idi i ot tin on.
Nancy Greene Is
Colby Key Girl
At Her School
Mis- Nam > 1- Greene daughter
U Mr and Mrs Morris E Gr<
0| si ore Pr F I as I i ..,
, K Girl at ( lb) Junior Col
New l ondon, n II ii has beei
ert Sawyei Din c-
ol Admissions
Miss Greene is s'"-
dents will scrvi as
for tin i
1967 quali
s, )al poise and
pride hi their colli
Mis- Grei ne .- a freshman ii
at the Ne"'
Hampshire l ollege for women
In late August Robin will Ii
for New York where she will pre
her enntrance to New
York Cniversity, where she has
accepted into the Metropoli
; eadership Program
Menorah Ladies
Give Honor To
Mrs. Rothschild
Temple Menorah Sisterhood
represented b) out going president.
Mrs. Edward Schuman, and presi
dent-elect Mrs Elsie Bclsky, be
stowed the Sisterhood's annual
Woman of the Year" award upon
. Ice president elect Mrs Lillian
Rothschild, at the recent donor
luncheon held at the Deauville
Hotel
A sp,(iai committee annually re-
clews all the actis ity and work of
each Sisterhood woman and must
by unanimous vote, selecl the ";<
woman v. ho In her dedica
ha- earned the honor of being
chosen Woman oi the Year."
i nominee then is publicl)
announced and gifted with a ji
ed, embossed silver-covered Bible
' Thi and silver cover sym
bolicall) represent her worth and
the worth of her endeavors and
the Bible represents the sou;,
her inspiration Sisterhood offic
ers explained.
nver 200 women attending the
donoi luncheon applauded Mrs
Rothschild "ofr her untirii
' half of Temple Menorah Sis
terhood
Mitzvah Luncheon
At Menorah Here
I in sdav. in the Social Hall
Ol Temple Menmah a Mit/vah
Luncheon hosted b> Mrs Libei
l i donor game chairman ol
remple Menorah Sisterhood, help
ed sel .i festive note for the be
ning oi the new season,
Assisting Mrs Ringei were Mi~
Martha Miles and Mesdames Dora
I efkoff, Sail) Birken, Tob) Kraut
and Ida Center
Donor Games, held each Tues
day in the Social Hall, are Iradi
tional way of making new friends,
spending a pleasant afternoon ai d
uiv inu Sisterhood at the same time "
accord'nc to Mrs Rover
MISS DIANE 1UKBIN
Diane Turbin Gets
Nursing Degree
Miss Diane I Turbin,
riter ol Mr and Mrs Ir
rurbin 8858 rland Avi
side eived h Bach
i- -.i
uation ceremonte* held al Bi rry
oi s da>,
Ma)
I'm ing her s." ior > car ^'.,.ss
Turbin v Dean's
Conferem u ho Who in
American Universities ai
she was .i recipient
Florida state Nursing Sch
and a member oi the N
enl Associati
llii future pians includi k
ing in the Miami a "ea as a graduate
nurse eligible for the Regisl
Nursing examination
A former Long Beach. I oi | Is
land. N \ i< sidenl who attei
lx>ng Beach Sen i ilih School
Miss Turbin graduated in l!">l
from Miami I'.ea h SenlOl Huh
School
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Friday June 9. 1967
H Cedars oi Lebanon Hospital's
. \\ v-.tes, Recognition SctoIIs
Service Ear= are seen with executive
ident. S. K. Bronste-n aight) at the
ual avards luncheon oi the Auxiliary held
v ct the Dupont Plaza Hotel. The cita-
r:.3 c:e given lor volunteer work at the hos-
:., ::: 100 hours to more than
LOGO hours. Sec- i! d are Mrs. Davici H
Mrs. Dcran Zinner. Mrs. Hairy L. Lewis and
Mrs. Byron Sparber. Standing Uefl
ate Mrs. Sol Greenblatt. Mrs. Stanley Ro
stiauch, Mrs. John Cavey. Mi' So] hie Zcnn.
Mrs. Norman Elson. Mrs. 1'r^di^ Gaigc.no.
M:.-. '..<. >n Kaplan. Mrs. Joiome F:
Bornstein.
7 'ured above ;s D:. Irving Lehrman. spiritual
or of Temple Emanu-El. surrounded by the
_:?tty young women whom he married. The
:sicn was a "Bridal Tea'' tendered by the
i hood in their honor at the home of Mrs.
: :x Dmismcn vicp D'e^ir^"!. Dr. L--uTTrnn In-
a
ti Israel S:s:eihood c>. i icr.i
.rd meet.ng c! the J tb c.al hall
-. the synagogue on Sunday. Plans for the
uing year and a Sistehood presentoum
the synagogue of <- gdi to Loautify the
.al hail were featured at the meet ng. S
-ft to right are Mesdames Leon Gottlieb.
"atria Malina, Eva Altman. Rose Rabinowitz,
rd of directors; Celia Rupptit, chairman cf
Schwartzmans
Tell Linda's Troth
To Med Student
Mi and Un Louis Scfemaitanta,
I:., i, Km an
i, !,, !. of their
:. David,
: .vi an I Mrs l n I M irvan
I, ;.;,,; i~ ., gradual
li Situ- .1. Mid li
x, hool "I X K.!\
H
luati oi
I
'. .inn.
then hi i'1'-'
i He i-

.
the I Je
ish ':
T n will "
Miai v
scribes the copy of "The Jewish Home Beauti-
ful" for (left to right Mis Howard Hirschheld
Mrs. Howard Aycre^, Mrs. Richard Glickman,
Mrs. Harvey Abramson. Mrs. Benjamin S.
Schwartz and Mrs. Harold L Gafhn. Mrs.
Leonard Abramson is president of Sisterhood.
$$ UN*A SCMWAffTr
Gayle Maxwell
Honor Graduate
Miss Gayle Maxwell daught-r
ol Mr ant Mi Jero nc Ma i
ul Grove ha
with hon rs from S3 pi i N k
\ i i
Miss Maxv ell atf
m hoi
arship I
School
on Miss
Maxwell is
Eurorx
Mn I
I i
i
. Beach Sen
i;.i\ le i- a form<
hostess
Dr. Moskowitz,
Dr. Berman
Are Affianced
Dr. and Mrv Harrj Moakowitl
announce the engagement of their
hter, Kilcn. to Dr Parry A.
Herman, aoo of Mr and Mrs Harry
Berman, of Miami Beach
The bride-elect attended Miami
Beach Muth School, v^a^ an early
admissions student t<> Btotaoa Uni-
versify, and attended New comb
Colli if hilanc L'nlveraitj she
was i Imiaaion atudenl to
the L'niveraitj of Florida College
AI/SS CAM. MAXWUi
from which -
i
\('cr an intern
, rait] i" Phila
alty trail. :
chiati >
Her fianee attend* '
h Hich Srhool and
his BS and MD from the I n \
'i .'mi ind ti tertied at I
veisit) of Kentucks He
I) serving with the Navj n
lom ilia, after a tour ol '
att
geon In July I)r Berman D4
a ptychiatrj reaideaej at the
versitj oi Pennsylvania
A (.ill wedding i~ planned
Call
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Lena Popkin, financial secretary; Reama
Basel, Teresa Lampel. Joseph Halperin. board
of directors. Mrs. rdnme Rosenield, treasurer,
is not shown.
Basketball Award Night at Miami T ftK^JS K' r n
other youngaters r.
ites for participating were Stu
Green, Bobby Miller Sand) I
Kevin Goch, Aaron I.e\enthal.
Special awards were given to Richard Steinman. (iu> Rubin.
Jame> Gomont and Mitchell
: arents and youngsters vied in
istretball game a^ the climax ol
North County YMHA basket
season
T'arents won by a score of 43-32
the conclusion, awards were
presented bj Marty Rubin, instruc-
md Marvin Goldstein, branch
supers laor.
Brad Shafma>ter, for iportamaa-
ship; Al Fistel. for most improved berg
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Friday June 9, 1967
*kisfrkrfafc*r
J7, fry ^"/"- y>JJig &ii j c>.
Page 9-B
. !-n-l(linn
. T'" ; Lynda Klinn
David Kaplan
'" .i Sui evenin nj on
i Sol I .....
iated .it
- held in the Sevilh
i re< ption followed
the newlyweda are
Sam Klinn, 14
tor v
the nupt
;
Pan
Mi .,
Mi and Mis Sidney
SW 17i ( On their
,; "i m the
thi will live
in Mi.
For hi. wed the bride i
p .hi de
wm -i chant ill] lace coal
anil ti.i and carri d u hiti
i.....
Attem ts ini lude i Mrs Rich
aui Hi h i matron of honor,
Mrs R i H.in lien bi Linda
Kaplan Susan Aronl \
Greensti ii Bhellej Grodner, P
ela Hollander and Ebbie HmIi.hi
dcr. l)ru.i imaids
Phi lii ten len I ..-
man. i ong ushers were Huh
ard H< r Steven Kraviti
Ivan ) Laurence Marks and
Richard Uterman, with Bamej
ring bearei
New '' Kaplan gi
from M Senior High and .it
tended \i mi Da !- Junior College
Her i in .- now attending
the ir .it) ol Miami .ml
graduati i : Miami Senior
V Da I.- .luniur Colle i
Simors-Mogjm
\ i and inner at the
B tel I tin
ing thi
: |
\ chard A Sim ins on
S
son of Mi IS mons 1 IS
'
For th( iti Sal
laxui Bei -
er, thi e ess ol
white sj ii I I en h all i
lace ini arried streaming pmk
i white staf She had
Helen as mai i of honor,
and
maid
\ te of Gables
Senn Mrs Sin ins i
no atti ling the niversit) ol
Miami is a fo mei ice ;
dffit ol Ruiii ii Club, an
po i am pus
mat azii
The tr: lefreom i- a graduate of
Tdd. Brookl) n ii d attend
ad Nee \ rk < ommunitj
Up has BfiA in business adminis
tration m the I'niversitj of Mi-
ami aj i now .....lesman
On th' .r return from j wedding
trip to Bah oupJe
will llvt OCOnut GrOVC
Beisher Siegel
A U vemng ceremony on
Thursda; Jtinr 1 united the form
and Steven Bi
rCinqis
'd:
.
June 4 at the Baal Nassau Temple
I Syosset, L. I.
I' Faivus's mother u;i> the late
Pearl Faivus
e bride is a graduate of Pine
ool, Ft Lauderdale, and
or of Scii nee de
on May 28 from Boston I'ni-
versitj
I>i Faivus, ., graduate of i
nell Medical School, is no'
1 ptai in the army, stationed al
ttle Creek, Mich.
New Mrs Faivu the and-
of Mr and Mrs Ma)
plebs
of Huntington, I. [., for the pas! 42
years, and have been span
then- winters in Miami Bi ad
the pasl IT years.
The wedding ceremony,
was followi
and Adriatic Ri
Temple.
Kronish, ol Ml
where Joan was confirmed

lies
quartet ol ,. ci nturj.
h i
B c!:
which
in the
ol the
Rabbi
of the
for a
he be-
at tho
4Li*f MRS. DAVID KAPLAN
......
M?S. R'lHARD SI.VO.VS
MRS. STfVfN ecrsHCR
For tli. wedding, the bride w ire
., white mini dre
i| sweel
Zucker serv< d as mai I i>f honor.
with Sand Si drea
aids
Son of Mrs Ester Matt. 17801
\F i)(| \ ,
Follow ing a hoi
MRS. DAVID SIMON
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Mi am Mrs Horace O 85 .
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The former An liv.i 1 oretta Carle
chose .i hite \ line frock of -ilk
za and peau de soie for her
marriage to David Richard Simon
; i /alter
a- hi Id al the
\ ers Hotel
v ling I were Mel
.sj) s oi i mati on >>i h i
m Jessica
Ko brother.
esl man
S mon,
tl Donald i
i: i haikin and Uex
: Mi and Mrs Sam
10 i Di ive, N M ami
of
High \
pracl .' i sn *s
I'nivi rsit> of
I he bri Ii is the son of Mrs
1195 Collins .We .
the late li L Simon He is
graduate ol Sorbonne, Universite
de Paris, ha- BS and MS degrees
from the l niversit) of Miami and
i> presently working on a doc
ate
On their return from a hon >
in Jamaica, Mr Simon and
h s bride will live in Coral Gables
Faivus Stuart
Mr and Mrs In Stuart, of Mon
tank Point. I I N Y and Miami
h. announce the marriage of
their daughter .loan Martha, to
Dr Jeffre) Bruce Faivus, son of
Mr and Mr- Albert Faivus, of
Huntington, L, I on Sunday noon.
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Friday June 9, 196?
7
ranee 9
JZ.U
mat*
We
the
Women
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
Judy, now Mrs Paul I; {hter oi pioneer
ale Mr* ? mi d
to Miam B< me for Judy to start fifth grad
< eotnl Bench School Then on to Ida M Fisher and Miami
h High Judj fell that as cheer leader and majorette
she was right m the midst of hmh school activities National
Honor Societ} isn't as glamorous
but it's ju>t as important and she
< that too Her father is Serota
Pinmhing, and although Judy
never learned hou to stop a faucet
liom dripping, she did I \un
ive by practising on the plumb-
trucks
Judj s rathei said that if 'he
COUld dine one ol his trucks, she
Has nady to drive the larnih car
She ted from the University
ol Miami with a BF degree cum
lande Among her sororities
^V Bpaikm she was m several h"s
dramatics was her forte That was
JUDV the year Jerry Herman wrote
Sketch Book and was voted the man most likely to
''i Guess he has. hccaiise he went on to New York
to Write Hello Dolly.' Milk and Honey and Manic
.'iiH\ met Paul while she was m college Thv> were mar
ned in January, hut she finished her college course and
graduated in June She leughl at North Beach Elementary
School until the stork started his three visits
The Steven 10, I-ori 9. and Wendy 3 Paul and
Jud\ havi treated their children as people They
never saj 'Do this because I sa> so They reason it out
re them the respect that the) give an older
! in return, Ihej receive the same reaped \- a fan :i>-
like wati s| Is. skiinj boating and swr
weekends oi longer vacations with the children prove lust,
as well .,- educational Two rammers ago, the) took the
children to the V*' irld's Fair in New Y >rk The) will .
Expo 61 this summer .uth a stop of! for the Shakespi
tal uiul in W l >n and thereabouts to see what
th< > missed last time
the kids the Rosens ha Mexico [I
1 ranee The) just came back three weeks ago from San
that n is exciting to s,.,. .i.: o| ,
en well as -ihe old. and thov hath fil
the) s.iw the 'Hippie-.' in then
ov ei ionic: i rheii next tup the> hope, will \h- to
megawatt, a bejamen aasoc ate
' Kunahun Detote he left be asked a
- imcthmg that had been rw him
.in-- what i- n about mj name that makes all of your Jew
i*h friends laugh the minute that 1 am introduced to In
Ju< i -ikmg. iew| several
thin.- for the cl All of hei elective
rt i lahse i inued
in a while, she tries he. hat
ceramics Thi Rosens like to gathei then- fr:> i .1- ai
abOUl every subjcl under th<
The) enjo) thi atre and the pop concerts, hut when it i
to ballet and opera. daUghtei takei the place of Daddy
Da 1'iickU with a little school teaching sirbstitute
work now and then Judj was are* chairman for many
years for the Rear! Drive on the three Beach Island- she
ictive in the educational department of Temple Beth
Sholom In public Khoo] life, .she is active in PTA After
serving an apprenticeship of three years as first and second
vice tits this year Judj was installed president of
the Lero) D Elementary .School it to be a
PTA president Jud) is getting a kick out of the fact that her
chiidn n are taking aii from the same teacher she did
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I v
AIRS. R0NA1D ISAACSON
\
MRS. ;ack Iff
Isaacson-Rand
Sandas auddlng .tune 4. at Tem-
ple Zamora united Harriet Grace
Hand and Ronald Isaacson Follow
ins; a honeymoon in .lamica. the
couple will live in Minneapolis.
Minn
Daughter of Mre Abraham Rand
L'4 Sidonia late Mr Hand the bride a graduate
of Miami Senior Mich and attended
the University of Miami
Miami Hade Junior College
The bridegroom i- the bob ol
l>r Marvin Isaacson 230 E DILido
Dr. and the late Mrs lM I
lie is a graduate of Miami Beach
Ihtih and the Unlvertlt) of Miami
where he is now attending the
School of Medicine In Jul) he
will intern at the I'niversit) of
Minnesota Hospital
Eff-Cohen
Temple Reth Sholom was the
e of the intimate weddii
'ween Mis- Claire Cohen and Dr
Jack Simon Eff on Ma) 19
The bnde is the daughter of
Mr and Mrs Ni-mc Cohen, ol 1155
!8th St., formerly Of Richmond
\ ,i The groom is the son ol Ml
and Mrs Harr) .1 Eff, of Mil
The bride i- >! Miami
b Senior High School and at
tended M iami Dade Junio i
Dr Eff, fornaetly oi 91 \
an i Jacksom ille, Fla al
ed and received his degree
Kmorv L'nlversft) In v
where he was an officer of Tau
Epsilon Phi Fraternlt) and |
dent of Hiiiei Chaptei
He graduated don, the l'i
si> of Miami School of Medicine
and was president of the Stud nl
American Medical tasocii
i .ition.ii \ ice presioV nl ol thi
on He also belonged to Iron
Arrow and Onticron Delta Kappa
honoraries
Hi Kit interned at Philadel
(leneral Hospital and wa a I
sursjeon stationed in the Far East
with the! S \i Fore Deserved
his residency in Jack..... Memorial
Hospital He is currently in pi
practice here in pediatrics
He is prcs>oVrtt of the American
ids of tne Hebrew University
Plryateiaas Division
The coaaail spent their hone)
noon in Niwau and are making
their home in Miami
Lesser Malter
\ | weddine at the !
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i in marriage .tune daughter
of Mr and Mr- Milton Malter.
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Rabhi Alfred Wax man officiated
;, the nuptials and the newly weds
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Friday June 9. 1967
*Mn isi Ik t iidliciim
v'lnxrmincil\
yours,
JEMPLE "' Olom held a tn.
installation ol officers ol the
rogation, sisterhood, and
brotherhood Saturdaj evening in
the temple social hall The eve
ning included .. cocktail :
and dare
Installed a- temple president
waa Ralph Flstel For the
li Fiatel won
blue floral punt chiffon with the
mp re waistline whit h
i fabric bow on the bo.
Mart in Solomon i^ th- m
ident r,t th,. broth, rhood, bul
was ill
nfluencc to selecl
.1 white
M
s M:- Jo
wph Rnthman, who chost
"Ik erepe sheath
' panniers in back rtac
i ceh brated then
edd i\enar> th night ..t
the in
lUlRS. ELt K i'i:-' an
ice pink silk mohan with
ball frog closings on the
I necked bodice A ii
lain.- -h.-ath with a blouson bodice
and narrow rolled hell waa m
by Mr- Lawrence Kaplan llei
bracelet lent th sle. i s were cuff
d Mr- Sai aum's multt
s.sed -ilk print was
in the sheath ailho tetti with the
Uro aaffeet rn ated with
an i .. (,,,,,,
-'' ''d i \ shocking pink -ilk
(i with i draped i iwl col la i was
Wra ll. rberl >. It
,> waistaklm ,,ik
..- chosen bj Mrs t hick
;
.. satin
' at the hipline, and ..
Page 11 S
mancnth pleated skirl Mrs Wal
lace Laaarus was in a hot pink
ailk in the modified A hue -il
,,",:,'"<- Hn dress had the empire
""'-'!;: '" I neckline, and
bracelet length sleexos I'ea.
,,:'" was the colot choice of !
I i onard St, M,k
-In .
Ml" i white pique
i
from tl i which w< r<
It
DASBl Kali

llei ri-th<
the
:
m !" nic ovei ;
eashel In \t aqu
dr I
ulkan II. r sheath had
: neckline and lace and
illusion in (hi ImxJ c Mrs Iom ph
KaU wore calusa coral cotton
voile sheath with the soft sum-
nier> look \- ingc -ilk
ad. was Mrs Vlberl Solo's
choice Her \ lured
bias-cut circular sleeves which
came to the elbow
Mrs Martin II rsch was in tht
alwass popular black silk crepe
A line silho ess Hei bod
ice was I. and tl ''I. --
Was -- M: I!,i | g
W .1 i
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bhed
-ilk ottomai li v...-
trtir.nied will
Continued from Preceding Page
Pawliger, brideamaida. and Ji nt
rerbei hinior bridesmaid.
Son ot Mr and Mrs Samuel D
Lesser 3129 s\\ l-ith St the bride-
groom had Les Mayer as best man
I shera included Garj Stiller, Ed
Roaen, Jeffrej Laz i Micha< l
Levinthar, and Ted Malter the
bride brother, junior usher
New Mrs Lesser attended Miami
inn,o, College and the Uni-
i'i tj "i Alabama, where she was
bated with Delta Phi Epsilon
Sororit) she will continue her cdu
m at the University of South
Florida
,"'''' bridegroom a native
Moiidian. i- a graduate ol Miami
h Bit. hel. r n| S 'ienee de-
in chemistry from the L'nivcr
?"J n| Miami and is now attend
Lniversitj I aw School.
il ol town guests here
i iccasion were the bri
randparent.. Mr and
San uel Bandolik ol Bronx
N Y
Star Chapter
Musicale Here
A musicale and strawbe ry festi
jal was to be held Thursday noon PVonina Curim Pnrrv
by the Star Chapter, City ol Hope, tven,n9 >w"" ratty
eas ire House North young sophisticates Club of the
' hapter president is Mrs Irving V\t vil-ua ,,
in,.,,,., ,.,, .,, ,, 5 xM ami NVMIA ol dreater Miami
Dioom, with Mi- Doreen st.
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and Mrs Rose Koross serving as Thursday. 8:15 p.m at the Olympic
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Highlight of the annual doi r
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rachi Women Or lanization,
the weddin ol Kinneret ilizra
i" Eretz Visroel
In a setting ol blue and wh
a double ring (bageli ceremi
was hold Sundaj noon Maj 2H. n
the Grand Ballroom of the "i >L
and WHA ol Greater Miami
Officiating at the nupt als s -
Mrs fRabbi I Leo Oster Memb
ol the bridal party were Mrs B -
nard Gelhert Mrs Martin Hirst
Mrs Jack Rubin, Mrs Solomon
Sehiff, Mrs Irving Schwartz. M -.
Morris Sokol, and Mr- .!.,- >li
Sussman
Luncheon reception folh wed
ceremony, Motzi was made
"Rabbi'' Oster. Grace was said
id Zclkowitz
Guests were t ntertained bj
Mrs David Gonshak, acci
ianist Mr- Jan .
' Bi ; nard Roth
Aw ards of merll for hi) i I
nor credits were presented to
Morris Moss Mrs Eliz
Mrs The idol e Sakowitz
rd Zelkou it/ and \l <>
K... pell
Special re. as jivei '>
Mi Mori is Moss for out>tand
scr\
the daj I eWi of Kinnerel Mizrai
b> donor chairm. n,
Mrs Arthur Roth, and co-chi -
man. Mrs Samuel Ersofl chap r
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Friday Tine 9. 1967
rtei M ~-n Med
Center nt C tB anmi
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president; Ruth
Dorothy Shu.tr
.... : I LOne HCuliM a, vice
'.
om Mrs. Schai i Miclri Fain, Cir-
p.anciai
: Snc::: itOI U
S. and J<
Hummell. chaplain.
Miami-Dade Dedicates Quarters in Honor
Of McArthur and Mitchell Wcifson Here
".artcr
nmit-
tee bj dedical
their hoi r r k Presi lent
Pi I
Th.' \ >:.': I
come the James
v ..:, McArthui Hall
Techno] >gy and lining
I Re
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on)
took place .'it 1145 a::: on the
of the Science and Technology
tHlllr
In announcing th event, Dr.
Matilco commented on "the
years of invaluable service
which Mr McA'thur anr* Mr.
Woifson have given Miami Dade
since they became men bets ot
the advisory committee in 1959
pner to the opening or the col-
lege in 1960
ner
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into a corporate network that
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from upstate New York to Miami
and the Bahamas nd back
through th South to Varxouvar,
Br trail Columbia, Canada. In
addition to motion picture thea-
tres, television and radio broad-
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professional >taff ol the school
Friday, June 16 at the Deauville
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\ir- Wilbur Wishner retiring
an; Mrs Harry Morse
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was presented the gavel by Mrs. Puul Gaier, outqo:ng pnMi-
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mm *m*k Da.id Co.rfrieh Horr., Atone,
Mrs Muriel Oppenhcim. 625 77th
SI will be Bar Mitzvah Mrs I i
ces Zuckerman ol Miami Bea I
maternal grandmother of the
brant
I e ilie is ;i student ol Mer Tamid
Religious School He enjoys out-
dioor sport>. swimming and fi>h-
Ing lie also plaj the trumpet
A Kiddush will follow the
-( i \ i
*""'* '"'noy Kobtrt Winston
Sara Adler
Jjar JMitzvalt
Jack Berger
Mark Levin
Albert Spo:nik
Albert ton of Mr and Mrs Ij,
aro bapoznU, of 834-8-irJ St Miami.
will celebrate in- Bar Mitzvah on
Saturday, June 10, at the Cuban
Hebrew i gregatl
A reception anJ dinner party
wiii be hi :j that same evening in
the N < on i of the
Deauvilli H
Albert Hebn w
nee hi? u r val
>' I. beei under the religious
Rabbi D n* H
i id Iti i
J. David Goodrich
.il' ,o idi h
v ah Saturday. June 10. at
h iai.- L'ongn it

ectption ttu n will
iv id
B i rocs ii !. V! imi I
22 .i. He is
ii. h
i ner in
track Swu ming. Sailing and water-
kiln
Merk Levin
Mark Alan Levin trill be I'..r
Mitzvah on Saturdaj June 10 at
Temple Judea of Coral Gables
Mark is son "f Mr and Mrs.
Walter Levin. 2iij Granada Blvd
The i I ml seventh
ji.nl- : High, where
in- plays trumpet in the school
band Hi < olli cts i njoys
loor -i|,!
Joseph Sbefft i Mark's grand
f.-ituer. of HrmAIwi N V will be
for th il. parents
w:ll host the Kuldu-h

Robert Winston
Robert Bruce, son if Mr and
Mr* Stuart Win-'.- 1KH Shore
ie B u Mitzvah at
Da\ i "ii June
l I
Robert is
l has
: itti I !' Da\ id R<
.mis v last five
e rested nis and
plays the slide trombone in the
school bano
* .
Jay Finltel stein
Jaj Finkeiatein ooaerved hi--Bar
Mitzvah during Sal irday morning
services Maj L'T a- r..... Beth
Am
A tudenl .. Pal
Huh. thi anl ;- :
Ni'' n I Mrs Bernar I tein
held receptioi
at their home 7375 s\\ uisl
Mr i ,. ,|,.

Mrs
JacKie Errrond
"
Mrs
I hi
Junior Huh
idi sne i- a
men of YGA and I
teachers : km erica.
Mr and Mrs Edmond will host
the one': Shabbal folio' ing
in honor of the Ba tzvah
Harris Mones
Harris Hal Mones n of Mr
and Mrs Mired will be
fcj .ii /\ah .. da).
i
Harris is u rade
al Nautilus Junior Hig il and
i He
is inl in all koi ports
Mrs (;. \bi m
if Harris, will .,- nd the
i -., nl
bi
i
the woral Hall
Steve Friedman
Stevi Mrs
Martin I I I
. .i Bar Ml
I
Temple ''
Steve is a seven! pupil
terested in sports.
Mr and Mrs Friedman hosted
the Kiddush following the services
and a reception Saturday night in
honor of the celebrant.
Ronnie Pertnoy
Ronnie Paul, son of Mr and Mrs
Earl Pertnoy, will become Bar
Mitzvah on Saturday. June 10. at
T< mple Emanu-El.
Ronnie is in the seventh grade
I N'a itilus Junior High. He plays
piano and is interested in all
The celebrant will he honored at
lion Sundaj at the Deau-
ville Hotel
kti ling the event will be Ron-
il grandparents, Mr
Mrs l.- in l apian, his
ndfathi Mi B | imin
andmotl
Mr- Tillie SI :
A'.in Louis Jacobs
I itz\ ah ol Han I ouis Ja
ti i i Sal
il remple 11
m.
md
bs and att mis
"vei al H inior
His ictivities fishing,
atinj baseball and coir, collec t
ing
..is grandpan i ts, Mr and Mrs
Max Hellman, of New York, will
hold a Kiddush in Alan's honor at
the Biscayne Terrace Hotel ons.it
urday at 8 :io p m
In addition to his grandparents,
.mi visitors will include
Mr and Mrs l;, l> Stein, uncll
aunt, and Mrs Sail) Solomon, all
York; and Mrs Elliot
S"id( i.int. of Hampton.
Maria Hirschfeld
Mai..i ,:' ighter of Mr and
Mi Rm hard J, Hirs(bf< Id,
North Miami Beach, will be Bas
Mitzvah at 8 pin Friday, June 9
al Bi II I orah Congregation
\ -i venth inor student
it John K Kenned) Junior High
M irla is ,i fourth j
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Maria is the granddaughter of
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The celebrant will be honored at
a reception at her home following
the service.
Sara Adler
Sara I.ee, daughter of Mr and
Mrs Samuel Adler. will become
Bas MitZV'ah On Saturday. June 10,
al Ti mple Emanu-El.
i is in the seventh grade at
Nautilu, Junior High School and
plays flute in the band.
Ml and Mrs. Sam Shinensk) and
:: am i i Mori i \ -
grandparents, will attend the event.
'I hi i eh bi .mi will be honored at
..... "urda) evening .it the
SevUle Hotel.
*
Stephen Lottenberg
v'' soi ; :
bers, will
Mitzva il Beth
Sat urda; lui
Ste i II conduct the tr
d chanl l

In- parents
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Hall
tudent al e Bel
Moshi R gious Si I
tends John F. Kennedy Junior
Huh School.
Jack Berger
Jack, -on of Mr anil Mrs. Ira
i. will be Bar Mitzvah during
Saturda) morning si i ii .it
Temple Sinai on June 10 to Ir- held
at Washington Federal. 600 NE
167th St
Jack is in the seventh
Thomas Jefferson Junior I
in the remple Sinaj Religious
1 He is on the honor roll at
is ,i member of Boys Scouts His
are coin and stan p col-
lect in

Kiddush in his honor following the
Mitzvah
Leslie Oppenheim
1 ii Sal irday morning. June 10.
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58 Confirmed At Beth Shoiom
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p< BOCding to un annouiK iiunt by
Ma, Irving B. KapJan. chairman of
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The Hudenti ,u be pnaratod
wiih confirmation certificati
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with inscribed Bibles, as a gift
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Theme of this year's confirm*
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Prophetic Promlai of Peace se-
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