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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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"Jewish Floridian
Volume 40 Number 23
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Miami. Florida. Friday. June 16, 1967
Two Sections Price 21 z
'WELL NEVER BE PARTED FROM HER'
Troops Pray At
Wailing Wall In
Old Jerusalem
01 I) CITY OF JERI SALEM
JTAi For tin- first time in
i Jewish prayers were
Russia, Israel Break;
200 Jets Sent to UAR
20
Jewish prayers were held
;ii the Wall in Old Jerusalem *hich
aptured earlier hi the da) by
i irmip- and armoi
\rmy Chief Chaplain, Col
in Goran, brought .i Torah
s. roll '" the Wailing Wall and led
prayer lervice Dust> and be
n ed 1st .ii ii soldiers too*
. Mi tears in their eyes i rider the
! 118 armistice agreen ei l
reed to permit acccs
Jews t<> th- Wailing wall but nevei
in plereented that pan ol the i
:..ent
"The Wall is ours." the Chief
Chaplain told the prayinq soldi
Sflt. "We shall never leave it. We
make a vow i.ever lo leave It."
He then conducted Kaddish .ind a
Continued on Page 2 A
By Special Report
it was iiluii .mil bluster early
'his week at the l nited Nations
i he new week was launched with a
10 in |> m special Security Council
meeting called into session bv
If the direct negotiations failed
to come about, then it would be the
map ol the Middle Bast that would
change, and not ol Israel, Dayan
declared
News emanating from Israel
GERMAN TRIAL
Syrian Ambassador George Tomeh, suggested that Israel had alread}
who charged that Israeli forces let it be known she wanted to keep
had breached the cease-fire line in '"' Old Jerusalem, and the .lor-
Syria and were moving on Damas- dan hammerhead to the west bank
RABBI GOREN
irgentina /Mixes Rally
Planned by Jewish Body
TRAGIC MISTAKE
I .S. Ship's
Casualties
Seen High
\s tSHINGTON J i \
I S S Libert) a naval t<
rah ship was
take t>> ai Israi Ii
attacked bj Isra Ii a
Meditei ranean 5 rules i
he Sin.n Pi nin>ula the l -s
Navj announced Hie -
reports In excess il HI
i 11 h injui
'I he Nai j ... I tack was
le in error h\ I
* null assaulted the V ship
belief that il was an '
The Israel Government has
r j formal IDolog) to the
I ruled States The I ibertj was
^teaming north from the area at I
Continued on Page 16-A
BUENOS URES UTA \
delegation ol the DAIA Argentine
Jewr) '8 C e n t r a I representative
agenc) mel this week with In
tenor Mimstei Guillermo !'>
concerning a police ban on sched
uled mass meeting ol solidi
with Israel
Di Isaac Goldenberg, DAIA
lent, told newsmen after the
meeting 'hat the DAI \ was still ;
nee men!
by P navi
m in
ways "
He said that if Arqentina de-
clined to take a clear formal
stand for that position, it iviqhf
be "endangerinq its transit
right* through the Be.nle Canal
at the southern tip of South
America." He made no comment
on the talks with Minister Borda
on the meeting ban.
problem w ith
Vrab communit) toward
whom we feel .e brotl i it we
regret that Arabs here follow some
ol then v> ^ I- ascisl leaders in the
Middle East who are uncondition
i u-
The meeting lasted until 4A ;<()
a rn Monday, broke up when the
ritj Council concluded that a
bi each ol the 11 ase lire on either
side would be considered a flagrant
lolation ol the United Nation- de
cisiona in the area
Over the weekend. Egypt l'resi
dent Nasser resigned from office,
and than had its government
stage a mass protestation which
rejected his resignation Promptly.
Tuesday President Nasser an-
nounced a full -weep out ol office
of his 11-man top command as news
also arn\ed from the Middle East
that the so. ii i i nion was prepar
ing to ship some 20(1 new jet fi'-tht
ers to the United Arab Republic
Israel's intense Minister Mosh
Dayan declared in a CBS tele*
interview on Sunday that Israel
would return no conquered lands
Until there was a direct peace talk
arrangement between Israel and
he Arabs
of the .lord,m River
The Soviet Union, repeated!;
charging Israel with aggression,
broke diplomatic relations with l~
rael at the week's beginning and
circulated a petition from all Iron
Curtain countries threatening simi-
lar ruptures
The magnitude of the fighting in
the ana become
understood with the recognition
that the Soviet Union had lost
approximate!) $2 billion in amis
which she had shipped to the Arab
countries during the past few yi
Mi. i ill Israel announced
some tiTU deaths jn the war and up-
' 3 "'I"1 casualties
As the United Nations Security
Council resumed its meetings on
the hot Middle East issue, Israel
made it cleaier and clearer that
she also intended to maintain a
presence at Sharm el Sheikh at the
entrance to the Straits of Tiran.
the blockade of which had launch
v(i the entire war
CEASE-FIRE STILL JITTERY
\ Lightning
Brines Arabs
MILITARY GOVtRNORS NAMtD
Th
Thrust
to Heel
PAGl 10 A
31 i;i SALEM JTA
ol Israel, in an in
lays oi light
isl .-..- I
I the third \
t to acci pt
rity t ouncii cease fire ap
Btl : Ml-..
on tin field.
There was some irony in the
fact that the first ship to pass
through the reopened Tiran Strait
w.is a Soviet shio bound for
Aqaba, t'-.e Jordanian port of the
Aqaba Gulf
Brazil OK's
Extradition
Of Stangl
BR VSILIA JTAl Th<
tradition ol l at i Stangl, wart
commandei of two Nazi di
camps in Poland to fa< i ti
West Germany on murder .,
. ( harges w ,i- appi o\ ed
animousl) i>> the Brazilian S
reme court
The court heard arguments from
neys for three countr i
ing to tr> Stangl, a former s-
r who commanded Trebhnkj
and Sobibor The others .
Austria and Poland In ace pi
the West German arguments,
court received a promise that
charges Stangl in Wesl
Germany did not produce .
verdict, he would be extradited I
Austria for trial there.
Following some diplomatic for-
malities, the 59-year-old Nazi will
be taken to Ousseldorf to face
charges. In addition to 23 charges
of individual murders, he was
accused of responsibility for the
murder of 400.000 Polish Jews
from the Warsaw Ghetto at Tre-
blinka, where he was commander
from August, 1942 to August.
1943.
Stangl was arrested in Sao P
last Februarj after eluding i -
trian authont.es for 19 yea
had lived quietly in Brazil
1951 rhe three-nation stru
st< mmed from the fact that Si
was Austi ian born, took his or
the N, 'i ai
rmed his

in
tei mination
Geo
that S
stiil an A
therefore b< N
Jordan the Secuntj
Council appeal on the
third da) ol the fighting ith King
V reek end Israel ha i Hussein telling his people thai the The Vustt .....n chargi
(he entire Sinai Peninsula, con Jordanian \r.ili Legion had fought stang| also had d
(rolled all ol .Ionian to the we-t bravel) but that it had been over extermination unit at tshen
hank and had opened the Strait ol whelmed by superior Israeli forces
Tiran by a parachute attack which under an umbrella Ol Israeli
planes "
Despite the acceptance of
captured Sharm el Sheikh This Is
the strongpoint at the tip "I the
, astern side ol the Sinai Peninsula
which dominates the Strait.
the
Continued on Pafc* 2-A
DEMONSTRATE ACROSS FROM ARAB GATHERING
Continued on Page 5-A
U.S. Jewish Bodies Mass in Washington
in Austria where mental defec
tiv.'s. incurabl) ill persons and
vim, Mauthausen death camp in
mates were murdered by injections
Aitred Tranjan, the attorne) for
Poland said Stangl should be tried
by the countrv where he committ-
ied his crimes He said this pro
Continued on Page 13-A
WASHINGTON iJTA) Thou
-..nds of Jews from all sections ol
the country jammed I afayette
lark opposite the White House to
voice support for Israel and OW
that the victories won on the
Held cf battle shall not Ik- lost at
the tables of diploma The
; i K climaxed a two-da) National
Knirrgency Leadership < onli rencc
tor Israel sponsored b> the Con
lervnce erf Presidents of Major
American Jewish Organizations
Speakers at the rail) Senators,
Negro rights leaders, labor officials
and Jewish spokesmen called
on the Johnson Administration to
put its weigh! behind direct Arab-
land talk- leading toward per
mamenl peace in the Middle East
ftjl enthusiastic and orderly crowd
cheered speeches that emphasised
the t S and Israel shared the souls
of freedom of the seas and an end
to belligerency in the Middle East.
The demonstration's high point
was ignited by the announcement
that Egypt had agreed to the
United Nations cease-fire re-
solution. The cheering could be
heard inside the White House.
President Johnson did not ad-
dress the rally nor welcome a
delegation But Under Secretary
of State Nicholas Katxenbach
and Bromley Smith, secretary of
the National Security Council.
accepted a petition The petition
called for peace along Israel's
borders, amt unrestricted tran-
sit through Aqaba Gulf and the
Son Canal.
While the Jewish young people
Sang and darned a gTOUP of about
UK) Arabs and otner Moslems
chanted and Israel slogans in
front ol the White House A heaw
Continued on Pefle l-A
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Women's Gavel To Change Hands
Annual donor and Installation Mrs David Sachs, chap. ,,...
n.u.u i Bnai 1.1 nh Women remony, with Mrs. Sails i >,.
held recently a, ,e De.uvillc and Mrs. Ann Kaufman participa,

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Sunday, 10:30 a.m. con
wet h' sanctuary of Temple
mornin .
G;vo Us a Cleai
written lor the occasion bv Rabbi Eugi
Labovitz and Cantor Edward Kiien. following
the mornings exercises, a luncheon was
ho! 1 at tho Ponta nol i Hotel 1
.->,
*fcfc *
of the conhrmands. Top row (left to right) are
" lindy Mcf.er, Judy Frichason.
n Filzer
v cire Lesley
Trager. Robert Cohen, Michael Freeman,
Idaiyn Finkel. I Iv
li Kav. Bott< baum. J
Rachman, Fanel Steinei Rai di Revitz.
WORID JEWISH CONGRESS ON TOUR
Delegation in Iron Curtain
Bl l \>'i JTAl \ W
i. wish Congress dolt it to the
Jewish communities ol r
In ided l>\ Ii Nahum
in, completed ,i visit i
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ind "i ugolas...
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were roc
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hi tded b) pre i4ent* Di i- I- uchs
Dr Benjamin Eichler, and bj
Di \ Kollm in Pi .i [u< le i**h
mnnit) 11
A special meeting of the two
federal ion*, attended also by
delegate* of outly nq communi-
ties, heard Dr. Coldmann -
piet* appreciation for the invita
tion to the deleoation and a tn
bute to the loyalty of th remn-
ant* of Ciech Jewry to their
commurity. He preented a sur-
vey of the position of the Jew-
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Number 23
ES 757
Putting an End
To an Arab Delusion
We rqOl err.phas-.ie too svcr.g-
ry wfaod was s~.~ .r :hese c
week and what we hcve
: r.ere over the) yeais
s .-nust
orr.e ir.s\-_rr.e
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pRO pre-
tence b*weer. Is
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It wc
eve
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their 1

..-. years Or. I
of the Arab lea ex-
at we car. "a.* oboul Arab
leaders! roarage
leadership into bettering in the
.r.ev jr,...-y of yet cnother round
. Israel on the oat'.leheld at seme
distant future time.
What both the U.S. and the UN must do is to
ineaol upon what Israel Fortiqr. Minis'er Aoba
Zzszr. demanded :r. has presentations oetore
Security Counc 1 last wet i I :~e to-lace
--, oetweer. i?:ae. s in c de-
.anent peace
Th.s is not a small pom: upon which Israel
inssMs a point which she considen is her
-easa consequence ol her stunning military
'or/. Nor must the U.S believe that saving
the Arabs from the "humiiicion" of such a
confrontation is aLo the genteel thing to do
\-.aj the Arabs know what has occurred and
thai there is no point in rubDing it in.
Quite the contrary. Faihna to torce the
Arabs into such a face-to fece confrontation
m them still another chance to perpetucte
- myth that Israel b) a fi boo it ney are
rerusing because there is no pcss....e q:d!o-
rncrtic tie they can logically accept since tnere
.s .n fact, no Israel.
On the other hand, insisting upon the point
w.ll accustom the Arab finally to beam to
tnrow off their delusion aoout the non-existence
cf the Jewish State a celusion that should
certainly hcve been dispelled last week In the
.".o* sands of the S..\ :< :..:
New Leader For Egypt
The "resignation -: Nasser was me'
cnother begir. r thia stormy a leader. In
wake of the Suez-Sinai campaign a decade
ago he was prepared to ilee for hi* life.
One thing that must be carefully observed
-s just how Nasser plans to establish the tic-
tion that he did not war.
In the end. it may well b tnct Nacser was
the lesser cf two evi.s in the Middle East. It is
Met to keep a proven incompetent than to
ike way for c. dry.
as we said I I .
:. the U.S. and the UN cssure 'he i out
r free and peaceful future in the Middle
be-
Question of Withdraw!
s too early at this date to speculate on
just how much of Israel s winnings she will be
able to keep once the legal mumbo-]umbo gets
goina hot and heavy at the United Natio
The Russians h they do not belteve
a s:ngle word of the;r own spurious propa-
ganda, have a point when they say that ag-
gressors should not be permitted to enjoy the
fru.ts of their aggression.
Cn the other hand, Israel is not as aggressor
She has been subjected throughout the years
And part of the terroristic campaign to which
she has been suoject' at the years is
as a consequer.ee o* the impossible Lcraers
canred out fcr her rr. a mal ex..ter.ee in I
-:e of the 1948 UN
Gen. Dcyar. reported last wee* thai Isr :e.
has nc ma a Suez 6 :.::i crec.
At the seme time, he .-.as Da Boated U
Israel also has r.c intentions of ever giving
Old Jerusalem.
What we must therefore wait to: is an as-
sessment of just where the U.S. stonds as it
enters into neqouaticns with the Soviet Un.or.
over the question of Israeli withdraw!. Thus
far, the U.S. has been behind the Israeli c
tention that a cease fi'e must bare n
whatever to do with withdraw! beecuse return-
: to the 1948 I f would have meanl
tact acceptance cf the illegal Nasser clccxcde
o. Shcrm ei She
Eut now that a cease tire has been arrang-
ed, the confrontation over withdrawal can no
longer be sidestepped. Moscow wh 'h has
lost so heavily in backinc Nasser for the second
losing time, will now try to recoup seated at
the United Naticni whet sne dropped in her
billions in military a.a :o 'he Egypt:
Part of this must >e recKcne-
just he will be al ie to reco.-.
Israel within hei crigina1 oorders.
Dr. Lehrman Honored Again
The commur. i in on-
cratulations to Dt. Irvina Lehrman. s;
leader of Temple Ernaun-f... who has Deen e.t I
ed se'-end vies president of the S]
Counci1 c A-
Tr.e Council national coorainating
eg' ie and rebbu. r-
t.ons al Orthodo] ~
Jewrj
Ar.. nan = i
came at the same time as he us
president <-f the Greater Miami R
Associct.on, the fcj :s organization s pas'
presidents to ce called back to serve as pr
dent again.
Dr. Lehrman has so many dil I .-.ed
honors and posU tc his credit, it wculd be v.:
tua:!y impcss.ole to list them here, Suff.ce
to say he has emeraed as a leader of not
proportion In Jewish religious, welfare
:r. effe
This latest distinction accorded by the Syna-
gogue Council of America lifts Dr. Le
even one notch hiaher in the top echlons
national Jewish community leadership.
Prestige in Wake
Of UNEF Move
BY SAUL CARSON
:-n bring *iked
be '*p'
Esst erii Wkj did
F ,r it ii clear
Secretary Gene-
ral h..T-- Q| '*"h
: Nasser iltin ntum
1ral al the I'nited
\;. rgenc> Peres, tio
cruis
i cptanc* t Nasser $
, "out ret
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open
the >
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Spurned Lor
the* Thant uj-ed
his intef th the
objecti\it> oi i iparoed .o\rr
I DOl
.u' ful phrastnf and
accurate tnaljn
j.d
rhi tige plavtrd a
m
and tht- partk ecei i
ed not only I
but also Isra<
':: j. -.ited to
i ther the t NKF KA\
before he could
change t'N'EF > s'atu^ But he
wv important ele-
bad been
Ad
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L'NEf Brazil < anada India
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taken thf issue to the (iene
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L'NEF :all>
: 'ion
Tak.nt the .- nb|y
Thant shown e At that
freeing ol South
by
Si tn Africa
*1*> nd thii la significant
to debate further efforts u. elai
tr-d Nation* s;-
peacekeeping operations of u
L'NEF ** the prime and : r
example
v., ti.,-1 irgued ra*er h-
pot the L'NEF lasss on the s>
AssestM] I inenda would have -
quired apt>r''%al o rhe r.*v> i
item bj a majority of "he i
Sal BBC ssberi rrq rini
least "es But he i
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irawl But he did not
Hi alacrtt) but
Mr
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mted out .
that Mr Thant > advisa n
hi ii timate k
Indian whs i
Si r> tariat as
a ra
\?-.F India
ii know r
Tha
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that the) bad |.<
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India'* p
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the tn-is were made emuii
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ed the Egyptian pror
Israel a- I
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a breathing spell or ,
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Muffed Hit CHaoc*
that happened aftei ?
fearful accept. I
Nasser i nHimatssi on t n
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initial capitulation It la
For Mr Thant did have tren
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peace-ssabsT uhat* bnpm
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Friday June 16 1967
V'Jtnist Fkr&dffar
..
Lightning Thrust Brings Arabs to Heel
As Jordan, Egypt, and Syria Quit Battle
Page S-A
Continued from Pag* 1 A
cease lira by the Nassei n time m
Egypt, and by Syria, fighting con-
tinued on the Sinai Peninsula,
where the remnants <>i si\ crippled
Egyptian divisions were trapped by
Isiaeli units and were making des-
perate attempts to break through
to a retreat across the Suez Canal
in the hope o! taking up delensive
positions between the Canal and
the Nile River.
Syria, which had made a few
hall hearted land thrust-.
battle successes was an over-
whelming assault on the air
strength of the four attacking
Arab countries. In the first few
hours of fighting, the Israeli Air
Force decimated tht air arms of
Egypt, Jordan, Syria and Iraq.
Deprived of air cover, the Egyp-
tian and Jordanian forces fell
back repatec"y under the mas-
sive applications of military
power applied by the Jews.
He said that Syria had lost 52
planes, inciuding two lllyushin
bomcers, and Jordan hat* lost 20
British-built Hunters and seven
transport planes and helicopters
Gen. Hod revealed that the Is-
raeli air forces had carried their
strike into Iraq and had attacked
ing
the Iraq base at Kiraki, near the
nowever, [Be ease with which Sidered to be about one-fourth of Jordanian border, destroy!
Israeli pilots smashed down the the total air force power the Arabs nin* P'n* there.
largely British equipped Jordanian mustered at the beginning of hos
Arab users who were deficient en Ho1 rePorteri that Egypt rat>l '>"'> lost 19 planes four
Gen Mordehai Hod .ir f' ha(l ,lo;t 286 plane,. 20 of them in French-built Ouragans. four Mys
command!r announced on Z Z n k^0"* !"u^V **" *""- fUr Supt'r"M-vsteres. on,
third da* of th wa? theIsrt, Si W h f^f1 k*" UU'7f?2 Z**W and fUr fOUWMsgisters.
Air Force had destn.v. ri I, I \ bombers and 12 So" Eiht Israeli pilots were known to
emy panes and that w h,d T 17 ******>*** which Erypt have been kUled. Of the 11 missing
r,a( ** prob" had only recent,y received from n.ne were believed to be in enemy
The Egyptian rout in the Sinai biibeen de*royed. This is con the Soviet Union. hands.
into |>eninsula wa- a repetition of the
suffered
In all of the first days farflung
northern Israel, and
bloody repulses, continued to shell lllsa",,'r Nasser suffered in the 1956
Israeli border settlements an,I I campaign, except that Israel ac
r.ieli lone- were sent into land complished the same results much
and air action to take the Strategic fa",,r 'his time despite the fact
heights from whuh the Syrians *i1 '" 1!>Sri Israel's pluni
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Friday lune 16 1967
Emanu-EI Honors Grads, Teachers
i ri aduation r-xi i m i for t ht-
Ri I cm pic
Emanu-EI wen in Id Krida) eve
Ding during ine closii len
|< i Raphai K "i mes i- cii.nrm.iii
of irn board it ion
Students who completed the
i oui k of stud) diplomas
and participated in cantata tn
titled 'Oui Golden Heritage di
m cted i>4 11 nie l \ in. and ..-
listed bj temple i noil
it rent
: |< Emanu I annual observation
Vom ll.ini'Mch Jew i-h 11
Meaivta cf Gieater Miami Louis Merwitzer
Srhool qraduating class frcnt rnw Melt
o riqht] cie Sol Weiss, RoDert Stein, Pincus
Ralbag. Rabbi Alexander S, Gross, principal.
Merze! Thomas Weiss, end B
Beneield. Back row (left to right' are Ira Oster
Ephraim Gorlin. Keith Staiman. Ira Blum.
David Roth, and Israel Porush. Not pictured
is Jonathan Roth
ci v Da) and .> spi ial tributi .\
to the school faeultj Di
i.i hrman at ..
ates and teacher*
M< mbera ui me gradual
an M' Marcie daughtei v
and Mr- Henrj Bear; |(ar< ;
I Mr and Mr and ':
Birnbaum; Janet, daughter 11 l
and Mn Murray Kern Han i
Mrs Alfred \l
Deborah !' daughter o| Mi ,
Mn lr\ inn Schulman Pei i
Mrs. Naomi Shin
and \ h a I"'a dan \
and Mr- Robert Trope
HEBREW TEACHERS PLEASE NOTE!
We : us Set"
gave one .-.eeV. s salary to the u>nd I
vVe FOR OUTSTANDING COMMUNITY EFFORTS
m\ m Senior Clubs \\ in Awards
ATTENTION HEBREW TEACHERS!
The Hebrew Teachers Association
I Of Greater Miami i
I UfQ' I
I on |
. ndergertei RAI ?$! Orx *i |
li i ijn
S< io lli-h Clubs YW HA of On Miami recciv ed
mition last u eek w hen
a re presented awardi
communit) efforts on
ui iht i onomic < ipportu
l) ogram ol Dadc Count). the
l niti i Fund and Jewish Federa
',.-, .,:,! Miami
Ovei ISO teen-agor.< repreaenting
I the 'i'MHA were recipi
ents i the awards which were the
result ol fulfilling major require-
ment > -et by th> "Y" in a sixfold
i mi encompaaaing community
t athletics, social cultural,
i' ad< -inp development and par
ticipating in Jewi-h activities an
nounced Mrs Jack Baum, chair-
ii an of the YMHA'i aaBior high
ilttee
Hichiigbl "i the presentation
ai the award by the
EOPI foi i arried out l>y
nj \ iponsored ciuba
Mrs,. Joyce K. Sumberq. co-
ordi'vitor of volunteer services
?or 'he EOPI. honored the "Y"
teen -qers. in special statement
oi .ppeeciation indicating "the
outstanding efforts of the club
members in helping underprivi-
leged children in all serfs of ac-
tivities, and for their unusual
awareness of community prob-
lems."
The Y eens also helped in
la) can centers as r< crea
tiona leaders taking groups on out
ad similar projects
Outstanding Club President's
Award (fall session) for Boys
I'lu ifirst placei and I'hi Lambda
Pi second piace
Outstanding Senior Bo) Award
I i" Mike Rosen ol Sigma Phi
Outstanding Senior Girl Award
wenl to Bonnie Kalish, of Omei i
Delta Pal Best All Around Club
Xwani boyi >..- won \>\ Sigma
I'hi and (girlsi Delta I'm Gamma
Graduating Senior Certificates
were presented to 7S senior high
students by Mrs. Jack Baum as
chairman of the senior high com-
mittee.
Official club charters also were
presented b) Mr- Baum. They
were given lo Kappa Si^ma Chi,
I'hi Lambda Pi and Tan Sigma
Delta
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TO
SUITE 538, SEYBOLD BUILDING
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hone Number R-- i 453
136 S. W. 8th ST
Mrs. Jane Carvei. supervisor
of teen-age activities tor the
YM and WHA of Greater
Miami, presents a special
fellowship award to Jay Gart-
man at the Senior High
Awards Breakfast at the "Y
Clubs was received by Mike Re-
sen, of Sigma Phi; spring session
for Girls Clubs to Kathy Sands,
of Sigma Delta Phi; fell session
for Girl's Clubs, to Susie Gold-
berg, of Tri Bet..
The Barbara Gold Memorial
Award, presented by Tn Beta id
honor of a member killed recent!)
in an auto accident was given to
i Roaoii a- 'Outstanding Ju
nior Girl
The Club Fellowship sward waa
won by Tau Sigma Delta ih. in
dividual Fellow-hip Award for pro
moling kjoori will with all cluh- >.!-
\w>n b) Ja) Gartmari
Most Improved Club plaque
was pre- ni< d to Sigma Delta Phi
i bs readying awards for their
I DPI involvement were Tri i'.< la,
l'-i Gtevmma, Phi Lambda Pi,
i'lu Sigma Tau. Sigma Phi
< imega
Individual ..wards for outstand-
ing service in helping the under
privileged were given lo Murray
l.Iii-srnaii Wcndi Hlm.ski. Leslie
Winston, Naomi Smuttier, Freddie
Bobinaon Mike Korenvaes Hart
Erstling, Colla Daman and Bob
Abramaoa
The award to the cluh collect my
the moat money in the United
Fund drive wa- presented lo Delia
I'm Ciamuia
Awards to the cluh fulfilling
their pledges to the Combined Jen
ih Appeal WeAl to Omegl Delta
Pal I'hi Lambda Pi, Tau s
Delta and Tau Alpha Community Service Award
iCirlsi wait won by Omega Delta
l*si Hunner up award went lo Tri
Beta Community Service Award
for Boy- was presented to Sigma
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Kallv Al
ongsirie Arabs in IM
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Continued from Pe poln i 11 rrlon
demonstrators fi
Hrin
public
Di i .11I..in Ti ii
the ;
tin rail) writl
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Mtddli I ., Rah i
chairmai
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and for all in! I
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' wen achievements
UM Gracls Join
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mosf not again be betrayed by
pachworl< diplomacy Jerusalem
the city of the Temple of
Solomon most rrmnn Jewish
Israel's border* must be adjust-
ed to safeguard security and
pvaca The Gulf of Aqaba and
the Suei Canal the lifeline of
I '.irl trade must remain
open "
11 .1 ,'.,. \lri ,,, nm k
would i "i>
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RABBI'S DAUGHTER CAME HERE WITH FAMILY FROM CUBA
I m'li h. and is now also studying
I i I hill
Hebrew Student Plans Biology Career
Judith Rosencw sir tenth ii ide
itudenl iit Mi<- Hebrew Academy,
laughter of Rabbi ind Mis Dos.
Roaencwaii who was born in uba
o n September
2. l !.*> l hai
hern .i resident
of Miami Beach
for the pas! fout
years
Her fami 1)
came to Cuba
from Poland to
escape oppri i
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lie .innihilatinn
After 15 vi-jii s
in Cuba. Rabbi
Rowncwali i Mith
alilr to leave
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rea ona li- now heads the Cuban
Hebrew < ongregation al !-::
Washington Ave
Judith, who seceivi "i Exi rlli n< fron the Miami
h I vi lit I vi < lull for excel-
i in Hebrew Studied plans In
! .'i n parch I loloi i-i in in i [rer
time shi hai bei n n adini i.....I
. and has been don .
re arch on the relation between
blolog) and paychol
She I1 Ii thai the two an
interwavcn h rdei In 11
ahk to study psychologj sou have
I" h i .i olid i.........i i .
psychology, you have to return to
to gel thi answers I'
rholog) is the science ol the mind
bioloi mi.....iv ol the nil-. ii< .i
bodj
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in her attention bj Maurj Youn
program rhairman of the Miami
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i hlatristi in t'hii irted oul
i .i pii H m ii eutii al itudent before
entering the psyi In.ili II
A iii i ritten to Jud) b) hi
\ If red P Mills chairman of the
I Im ida State Si leni Talenl
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a Inn mith onlj one othei tenth
i oh i .mil two i li\ i iiiti n adei s
i ompetition with '.'> twelfth
i i' i in tin Westinghouse Scl
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displayed b> Rabbi Alexander 8
i" i im ipal "I ihe Hebrew \i i
dem> She earned tins honoi bj her
.' landini presentation .it the
i i 'i Ida Regional Science
I .in
Judith his been involved in lie
brew studio* ninri early childhood
in i uba wheie she attended i
I'.hoehial -ile ni he used
\ n.l [u in in lees u tIi In fathei
and questioned him about Ihe man)
i ituals in eoiiiH 11ion v.ith the <<
ligioui pi m edun t or me, Ha
bn a ludiei ii incipli h adilioi.s
.ii a ;u of life aid Judith
Besidei Yiddish and Hebi i hi
peaks Spanish .i remai kabl) .
Accountants Install Officers
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* Jewish Iktidii it
Friday June IS 1967
Students of the Beth Torah Religious School
who participated in the community-wide
graduation exercises of the Bureau of Jewish
Education are shown with their instructor,
Alexander Andron deft', and Abraham J.
Gittelson. educational director. First row (left
to nght) are Miidred Katz, Joel Shweky, Alan
Karp. Louise Mishaan. Rose Edith Berson.
Richard Katzman, Leonaid Goldstein. Sondrc
Schonwetter. Second row includes David Toth.
Roger Bcrruch. Larrv Kahn Michael Baith,
Edward Nussbaum and Arthur Jatfee.
Military Governors are Named
In Captured Arab Territories
JERUSALEM iJI \ The
srael Government named military
governors for the west tank aection
of Jordan fend for the <..i/ Btrip
and Northern Sinai this week a> a
first step toward restoring normal
littons in the newlj conquered
i real
Brig I'haim Herzog was named
govi esl hank which
included command <>f old Jeru
Moshe Goren,
c-r milil ch< in London,
ua.s named mil
Gaza Sinai
Tin- Jordanian area iraa hmne
<1 lately divided into districts and
Mib-dlstiicts with ofHcari to look
after the civilian population
It was evtn n*c*siry to estab-
Irh a police fore* because all
Jordanian police in the area had
tier1 after Israel drove the Jor-
danian armed forces from the
territory Brig. Hersoa declared
in a radio statement that all pre-
cautionary measures had been
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taken to ensure normal activities
for all religions in the conquered
area which includes shrines and
sacred place* holy to Islam,
Christianity and Judaism.
Because the Wailing Wall m old
Jerusalem was rapidly becoming a
major point of interest lor visiting
Jewish leader", and tacauic main
I- sell Jews anted to v iMt i!.
Brig Herzog said work j- al
read) unaerwaj to clear th< an i
"i mines and debris from the fierce
1 ling and thai aa soon as h<
u.i. satisfied the approaches wei
sale mas* visits to the Wailing
9 all would be permitted
\m ong the dignitaries who i
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were President Si
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arrived in Israel th. first
when Israel was establis
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more noted shrines to visit, in
eluding Rachels Tomb near
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cave at Hebron. Rabbi Shlomo
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holding the Torah Scroll he used
in leadir^ services for Israeli
troops at the Wailing Wall, pro
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he prayed, and then to Hebron,
where he tecame the first Jew
to enter the cave proper.
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Jacob newlj elected officers oi the
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Irving Cooperman, State Depart
mem commandei James st.
senior vice commander; Michael
ecter Arthur Selevan, junior
v iee commandei Ralph Roaovos
k\ judge .ni\01 ate
Hob haplain for the 1
mng was Rabbi Maurice Klein who
rielivc 1 pi ag and
pi ayei
Officers are William K Syde
in, commandei Gibian
s.iuor vice commander; Leon Sil
verman, junior vice commander;
Joseph \ewman. quartern
Abraham \s isei adjutai I Fi
Block officei ol the da) Jack
Manhofl chaplain
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Tuesday Brunch With the Rabbi
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Hebrew Academy ninth g.cHe qraduating class seated front row lei |
Linda Gn.l Ehremeich. William Ronald Greenbera. Soryl Beth &
Lencre Bietienleld. Beverly Lerner. Carole Clatter. Middle row left to
are Rabb. Zev Litenatsky, assistant principal. Susan E. Moss, Jonathan Scot.
Lancau. Eh ft Osier. Saul Abusiew.ez. Mindy Bastackv Harry Peters
Baylene Gogin. Sheldon Jay Nussen, Linda R. Auqenstein, Jack Storm.
Karen Ruth Zuckerman. Richard Allan Zelkowitz, Robin Y. Tobias. Rabbi
Alexander S. Gross, principal. Last row (left to right) are Jacob S. Weiss.
S. Howard Wittels. Joel I. Fisher, Martin Rosenblum. Michael Alexander
Kreuter, Malcolm Lane Naqler, Moshe Mordechai Sukenik. Lawrence W.
Genet. Joel Breeh, Stuart Howard Bauml.
Zionist Council Names Rabbi Miller
SI
By Sp*ci Report American Zionist Council which
YORK Rabbi Israel ac,> a*'he coordinating and policy-
lie was apt i Johnson to serve on the Nati
( itizens < in mittci mm
. Relations to nt t ivil iughta
""" as Legislation II. has been ., led
Mill, chairman <>f the American akn hod; foi the entire Zionist
Jewb! Conference on Soviet Jew Movement in the United States
i\ coordinating l..).i\ ol 25
national Jewish organizations, has Th* mnouncement Rabbi Mill
been elected .. chairman ol the l"' elect"' n was made bj the out-
Presidium which had ro
erned thi affairs ol the Coun<..
i' las1 Jul) l it consisted ol
Wis Charlotte Jacobsm, presiden
f II.ui.,--..h Jacques Torczynei
piesident ..i the Zionist Organizo
lion ni America Rabbi Hervrhe!
Schactei president <>( the Religiou.*
Zioni -' : \ ierii a ai d Hj Faine,
j*pesident I he l ahoi Zionist I u
gani/ation ol Vine
and led a delegation of Times when it featured
America,, rabbis ... Russia in July. Ma. in the News n Homi|elics Veshjva ,
I96S where he spoke from the pul Kabln Miler serves with life -,u and was the recipient of the
i in Moscow, an event recorded tenure as the spiritual leader ol Bernard Revel Award for Commu
in newspapers throughout trw Kingsbridge Heights Jewish Cen- nity Services of the Vtsbiva Col-
world, and noted b> Mi.- New York ter in the Bronx. N V lege Alumni Association
i Beach Student
Wins $2,000
Scholarship
Ji I evtis, ol <* 2< tl St
Miar Beach d ibis .
awan ol the l ha* Federal -
.ii sli Foundation f.>r a -
m n. ship to the i .
Mian
11 tcholarsh p is disbui se
amou la of *.~>oiv foi each ol the
next 'in years it is ..-,. ardi
the i>;-i- n( high academic achieve
ment and the student participa-
tion the i-ulttiial ami social ob-
mn of mIik.ii and community
Se vtion j> Bade !?> t h 11
^.-ar committee comprised ol
ard Baker, Miami Beach
i bai&bei of Coounerce Joseph
Koaaeon, editor, Miami Beach Sun;
i'i Irving Lahrnuui ol temple
Kmana-Bl; ami Mr Solomon S
chter, prtneipal .u Miami Beach
Seek High School
n scholai ship \ as presented
at th< Awards tssemblj l>\ <;
W Valentine, vice president. I hae
Federal Ravings and Loan Associ
ation Lewis is the eighth recipient
..t th.-. annual award
Faine was elected to serve as
chairman of the executive com
mittee of the Council. Faine, a
graduate of Harvard Law School
and noted labor lawyer, is na-
tional executive secretary of the
American Guild of Musical Art-
ists, AFL-CIO. He served as ad-
visor on labor relations to the
Minister of Labor in Israel in
1955 56.
Rabbi Miller, who has been ...
Ii\e in Jewish affairs t.th in New
York and "ii Ihe national scene
is also the immediate past pres
the Rabbinical Council .
luncheon Meeting Held
M.intliU luncheon meeting "l the
Delia Delano Chapter Hento
philia Auxiliary wai held al the
Bel Aire Hotel Thursda> at noon
Mrs I .-..ii I dell is president
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Orthodox Rabb" l AHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA
TtON. 9SS SW 67th Avi. Orthodox.
Cantor Morrii Birr
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ANSME EMES 2533 SW 19th Ave
Conservative. Emanuel Kusheiwiti.
president. Cantor Sol Pakowitz
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IETH DAVID 2625 SW 3rd Ave Con
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William W. L'Oaon
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- Landau Thi Bai Mlttval father
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.1 America will aive th- Tomb leMinn
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Orthodox Ribb Shmarvh T
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Rabbi Philip Chaiton Cantor Theo-
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J. Weiti officiate*
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S> n SOGUC 'S2 Waahii i n Ave
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Who iv there? Mothe? Shalom.
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What'] nc*1 Ho iv thr family?
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10 mule you 10 come to us and
10 rat supper vs;th Ol
rhanki verj much, bul I am virr>
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and I am here wuh the children,
iv perfectly all right
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Out children pla\ niceK
with Your children
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for lunch on Shu'
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me to ( haaa and see you afain
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ISRAELITE CENTER
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Cantor David Convurr

TEVPLt BtTH TOV 648 SW 8tn
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TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOV '6au0 N VN
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Conservative Rabbi Maver Abram
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Ralph G I i x m a n Cantor Herman
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it .i- di m issa he ul
The Jewish Commui it) i M
:it in Jew :s(i i
hi and oi Sunda)
a discussant on tin- pai
ran Personnel"
The educatort joined the com
munil workers in a panel session
on "The On-Coming Generation
and Jewish Identity.' Speakers
were Rafcbi Jay Kaufman, of Na-
tional B nti B'rith, rxi Mrs
I :.-\ with the mej -s
addressed b) S Y Izlier, I
a poei and writtr
s< hw artiman is a past \.
the Nakmal Council
Jewish Education and a fo:-
member of th- exeentive commit
lee He now occupies the p
. uu editor for "Jem
m i ., tit e publ
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! ication
SYNOPSIS OF THE TORAH PORTION BEHAALOTEKMA
The Menorah with its seven flamea converging toward
center.
"When thou ligl I I .imps, thr seven lamps shall
light mi front of the candlestick Num 82'
BEHAALOTEKHA And the Ix>rd spoke unto Mos<
Speak unto \ u m, and sa> unto him When thou li-
the lamps, the seven lamps shall give light La front of the i
stuk' And this u/n the work .,f the candlestick, beaten
of fid. unto the base thereof, ami unto the flowers tbereol ii w
ten work according unto the pattern which the lord h..-
shown Moaei i be made the candlestick" (Num 8 l 4
Utei tht Levil purified, they who were betweei
28th Num R24' and their 15th \ears. came to the tent
tint to t;ihe the place >f the firstborn in the hol> aen'ice
I jreai alter the Israelites bad departed fioin 1
observed rh< Passover festival on the 14th da> of tht
' who hat in| touched i eere in
arert required to wail a month to observe the festh
"n the ii the ,., md month the cioud roae fi
tabernai i of 1 irael fcsurneyed trom
each tribe trouped around its standard, three day
ehind th< rt \i this time, the Israelites iK-;aii burdi
lei with their complainl i ... the burden 70 el ken
whom Mom's ipirii rested were delegated to serve undei
Thi recounting of the Weekly Portion of the Law Is e
tracted and based upon "The Graphic History of the Jewish
Heritage" edited by P. WollmanTtamir, $15 PublUher la
Shengold. and the volume is available at 27 William $*.. New
York 5, NY. President of the society distributing the volume
is Joseph Schleno.

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New oflicers of Temple Judea were elected at
the Coccrl Gables congregation's annual meet-
.ng in the Social Hall at 5500 Granada Blvd.
Shown (left to right) are Charles Sokol treas-
urer; Lee Lebow. vice president; Victor
Heiter. vice president, Joseph Krefetz, presi-
dent; Milton Goldbera. linancial secretaiy;
and Richard Horwich. treasurer. Not pictured
are Max Deakter and Irving Schwartz, vice
presidents. Rabbi Morns A. Kipper is spirit-
ual lecder of Temple Judea. a member of the
Union of American Hebrew Congregations.
Stang! Will
Be Extradited
Continued from Pege 1-A
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N'ations !' tio Human
trie-, i! : national

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Brazilian attorney, presented the
case for West Germany. He argu-
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Poland were under German oc-
cupation at the time. West Ger-
many should try Stangl.
Pro! Xavier dt Albuquerque of
BraMha University, the defense
attorm-y. ar<^n. petitions tor SUngl'i extradition
ttiTp invalid rxcaust tin- 20-year
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+J&i%i*tlkirB Friday June 16 .967
Today's Thought: By DR. SAMUEL SILVER
'Friend* Baldwin
Our Best Enemy
F THE Jews li.iv.' James Baldwin
'for a friend, the) don't need an
enemy Mr Baldwin came to the
"defense" of th,. Jew some Ibnc
i in a New York Times article
which was more offensive than
c o th" Jew soni< time
damns h,. likened Watts to the
Warsaw upri-in i; and intimated
that much oi the trouble in Harlem stem- from
sh merchants and landlords
Mr Baldwin i- the chaplain ofth -> Ni Rro s who
ha\ .in i Ktremism of their own In then
some have bet
R ally, these people
thej art the result the evil in others I'M ; re
rei lion i ather than But thej
ird '
n "- striking exampl
white hat \

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leeplj i l ci\ d n. ht i ti "in
th< far out i re- b> thi I prope isitj
ed" or N
:..- ., Mat Kin inson
W ilkii Mi Baldwin and Mi l armii I
roup often called the nun
.....ee an lilt) I I kind
in. h Negroi oftei the vie-
\- Harlem I I
Jewish nd landlords go oul of then
but aid them and i a-e
We il to Mr Bald.'
tlandish ant it But he
do well ti lal called 111 G
til,. I in the Christian Century oi March H
i in
\ I at I
nunjfy t
N I hat thi full
' i Mi ;
Off the Record:
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
The Press Decline
pOR years, m have been hi
ing predict i ns ol
i
if Immigration and the
v I l ill m i
-i roursi
the Yiddish press, but
lish dailu have suffered
in i
tnei were 13 English dail i n N<
World .lour-
\. m York now with onlj three
: the
Et ere is little question but
n would
most ii cessful ol the sun ivini Ei
New York Tin \ mlph
ho built up tl nee said his sin
was ui boj he worked as a |
i .. i rnit paper His work was
o\ er i arlj in the < I home, in-
to pass thi 'in t like that II he
Il the : left, he would ha\ e thi ir
com pan) oi spooks
so he stayed until 'hey left and rather
-it idlj his services freely lo any de-
the papei that required it In that waj
i i around knowledge ol newspaper work
which ult very valuabk
He i Chattai
publisher, llei man 11 K hlsaat
: the op| .to i>i.\ the Wi Y"t k
Times which was then rapidly sink
\ in Ochs ma- 'is told Kohl
he wi to tai kle metropolitan kmrnalism
.i small town publisei
Koh ered in ><-ii-
it you don t tell anyone, they wont Know it
Ochs had the good sense lo follow the advtcc He
didn't tell a -oul. but naturally being afraid ha was
watchfu lie would i ioe in tie elevated
I- and match thi ee to what p .
turned Ht would watch them buying the papers
So 'i, tound out what the people liked and what
ed their inti
An old humor:-' I I Howe oni e -aid. ,. ','o.kI
can 'h more than a lot ol advice The scare
anyway didn't seen to hurt Oeha
Josepk F'lilitzer. who built up the New York
\\ oi Id nt olden day i, didn't seem to have many fears.
Whin he arrived in America at the time of the Civil
War. he couldn't wait for the ship to clear He jump-
ed off and swam to shore Maybe he would have
waited, if there had been a beautiful lady lifting up
her torch in the New York harbor lo look at. but the
good lady wasn't there then It was the World under
Pulitzer, which was responsible for the Statue of
Utterly coming to the New York Hattwr .
Retirement of an Important Leader
THE RETIREMENT ol lit John
' Slawsnti is executive v'ce presi-
dent ol the American Jewish Com-
mittee bring! to a closing one of
th" most significant chapters in
the hi-tory of the organization
A dynamic personality with a
wide range oi knowledge in the
field ol human relations. Dr. Slaw-
son has been not only instrumental m
committee policy and attitudes with respect to many
basic Jewish problems but in revolutionizing it*
approach toward combating the ill- that stem from
idice bigotry, discrimination and religious bias
> the lime ''' Slawson ass m< the post, th"
the problem was atill largely in the
auiie ol frontal attack rhe bigot was .'. enemy that
ind since I htii >t <- i >
best is si bit and-miss pro lh< low -
not were ineftecthi sin< e they
i in vulnerable plan -
11- Slawson envisaged another i
h the thesis that
at has beei I
pin suit t and the mala si
As We Were Saying:
\- i modern psychologist he was not alone intei
ed in the MgOl Bl a phenomenon but in rinding the
psychological determinant of discrimination To ise
an oversimplification, know thy enemy before you
, in ounter him in battle
Since In- coniini; to the post about twenty-five
yean ago, the committee under his aegis has pub
h-hed a numbei ol significant studies ihroagh
versity and other research facilities on the proh
..I human relation- in general and inter faith
lions in particular Understandablji the roaulti i .
-till not conclusive either on what makes the I
ti,* ,.| on hov the ticking can !* baited in
then n division of opiniion whether ed
iv B|| re Is it so i>-
ucation to.lav i- i i.
i-e thinking ol d
Insti of looking at dui at
p.nent of hu
tend a- .. mi 11 .
rity What
i lo function as it wen u
sh or \ anisl ill
By ROBERT E. SEGAL
Government Can't \\ in Battle Alont
/^NE IN EVERY three ol \m
^^- has a riOUS employ
in- nl probli to the i S
in 1.1 I... tnd d< spite all the
steam for improvement generated by
rule VII 1964 Civil Rights Act th,
\. ; -
N'egro yout pie

But if the government can't win the battli alont
\' d son ming in from unexpei I
Perhaps the most dramatic ol thi newcom rs
ips of the Episcopal Church the Bo
nl the Methodist Church, and thi Board for
indv Ministries of the United Churches ol Christ
l'.' es took a fresh look at some of their ct
recently and decided to di amat i thi I
I
Eastman y stoi k
1 i thi chui
nnual tockholders meei I i tpril is not ni
ortant as thi awaken ifull) sli
of cl 'i and othei blocs of mot
he power thi
Bi hii i the Eastman rebellion
. in-ky w ho I FIGHT Krei In
I lay in Roi hesti the
t s t he re. An I
I
Up- led the older lor t1
... and I
It's \\ hen |
vealtl produced b ncss still practn
ili cient
etit prs find it inert difficult to live
puck' the Roman I
church and
i
look at it r that bod) soon fbun I I
could hi m bj refusing, to bt
. ii \ -.i -
rches are I i
...
fit tn
chuii 'i and ne in th<
. honest I '.......
-ia.' a part of tl
More and like New Jersey Bi
I st, ),
reci uit hi \
ihu \ ..' if n
;ti -- is still ano (ample i .< i
over In I ym hbu lei I
Rai dolph Mai mi S | Bi lai and I j m hbui.: <
docun in the handling ol new>
nerci ind the !'
;>n -enled ii p ol 70 of thi I
fens in i an open Ii I
'
It fiat we i n leaae v
the harsh | ee white>
nless w make
I) Mient .. '
I :
1" I unemplo) men! '
\ I .it least lwn e thi
|"o be sun Segi
' on a .i- : :'
-ei |> tl
Between You and Me: By BORIS SM01AR
I NEFs Hasty Kxil a Black Spot
THE hasty withdrawal bj Unit
. d Mai ions Set retary i ieneral I
11 mt of the I \ armed forces from
the Gaza strip and Egypt an t<
rj in Sinai will remain a bl
-P'.t n his record a- a statesman
the affait of the I nited
Natioi H> now then is no doubt
minds Oi leader-
ns that Mr. Than! icTTTh i
hurry to eiv0 in to Egyptian Pn -idem ,,.
the withdrawal oi the I \ troops
lion I- being posed win did Mi rhant
'I" it Hi could have easily told \.....r that he i
ult first with the Security Council, or with
Assembly or at least with the states which
have supplied the men t..r the I \ forces on
r yptian-lsrael border Mary suspect thai the t \
Secretary I,eneral rushed into acting the way he
acted because he was afraid that President Johnson
and leaders of other We,tern states might exercise
pressure on him not to do what he did and e.ain a
Cooling off period
it i- no -cent that Mr Thant |g antagonistic
toward President Johnson Tim- he wanted m this
ease to show ins independence even at the price of
undermining one of the mi>st useful functions of
the United Nations in preserving stability at least
on the Egyptian-Israeli front It is hard to believe
that by his rushing to order the withdrawal of the
l \ troops from tin front it nsultinn
in-- lent ral
- I. \ III the Ml
thi I N Seen tat General it i- >
di.....enl ,i booh winch kisl appeal
tins country written b) Majoi General Carl
,|""' fficer ol the now w i
drawn UN peacekeei -. lo cei in tl e Middli I
k entitled Soldiei ing Peac ha
ng criticism in Israel when it was first pubb
'" s when the author wai born and is
as i ommander <>f UN ti
Published this week in this country bj
Publishing House the hook w ill raise ai
lest in is, ,,f ltN controve
i "lltellts
The author seems t,, be disgruntled man
i-- United Nation- administrator! -t b
cratic bumblini and make- allegations aga
i.i-i. i special!) against Israel intellii
He relates his difficulties with Ralph Huncln
lop IN official under whom he wo/ked. but writ
with much admiration for Dag llammarskjolu '
Ute t \ Secretary General
In general he hopes that his revelations wil
lead to administrative and policy changes at tn<-
I'niteti Nations which he thinks are needed in 0
to make the IS more effective


June .6 1967
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lav 16. 1S67

TO COORDINATE COMMUNITY SUPPORT
sentative ot several of the maior Jewish organizations in
le County held seals on the dais tr> answer questions
: during the meeting of the South Florida Council on the
:,:el Emergency held at Hebrew Academy. Loft to right are
1: Teitelbaum, executive director of the State of Florida
Defamation League, fc'nai E'nth. Mrs. Ellie Lipton. as-
le director of the American {with Committee; David B.
chairman of the South Florida Council's Steenng
rtee. and Joseph Yanich. state director ot the American
:. Congress The South Florida Council en thp
composed of the leaders of n'l Jewirh organ.za-
the community, gathered to pledqe their support to
rgency Fund and to be apprised ot the community
ikon ^ :ice the war in Israel erupted.
Shavuoth Meant Earlier Press Time
Um Shavuoth holiday, which fell this week n W
rhundaj June U and 15 presi time for The .'
was -< t bach eaiiier than normal rhis necvsitated
the use ot cop) that would otherwiac have been pub-
Mi -uch material remaining timel) will appeal in it"
i lohdian issue of June ~3
Israel Emergency Fund
Names Associate Chairmen
Three nationally known com
munity leaden were named this
week as associate chairmen <>f the
I-'.it! Emei gene) Fund of the
I nited Appeal for I ireatei Miami
Their acceptance was announced
b) Leonard Rosen, general chair
man "f the drive which o>t undei
lure last Monday the
hostilities began in the Middle
Isadore Hecht, Jr., Howard Kai e
lack S Popick weir ap|
position? bj Rosen
Herht, a leader of Temple Beth
Sholom, Ml. Sinai Hospital, the
Combined Jewish Appeal and
State of Israel Bonds, is the head
of the Flagler Kennel Club and
West Indies Fruit Co.
ham- who wa.< chairman of the
i'.' \ di ive i". 1953 ai d len ed as
president >l the Miami Je*.
i-h Federation in 1956-57, is activi
in Temple Israel, Mt Sinai Hospi
KANE
POPICK
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tal .mil numerous other communal
oi. ai i/ahons He is an active in-
vestor in business projects around
the country
Popick, former chairman of
the executive committee of Israel
Bonds lure, is national vice presi
the American r i lend- if
" Hebrew i niversity, \ ice pri
den) I in| l< Emanu El, a memb
ei Ol the hoard of Israel ln\i
Popick heads Mi
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Along with Rosen and si ite
. nan man, Samuel \ Fri ..and.
the tin ee asso< iate cha mei
k lose with Leon Ka|
chain, an Ol the South
ouncil on tin- Israel Emi i
m coot
port foi the Isi ael Emei gene)
hum!
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z **--
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taK a f** lw $10 '.rrnm Ofrm
-- o^Pchiff-. mk of
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i That ".--Jt% .
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T^a* lal t&.'-l'vorkaag
aw f taM & ftam vt at
a ^etk Vniinrar barn bat
a.a freetlaai fix a.
Jda --- oaaof arhoa
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Tba- dHdi wa hand*--: to
m>- 9? ana -A r... enpk.
Ma.- a*. Jfa.n> -^ repra~**3l
I Mai V 'J*- & -
He / .--j~rt Karar o*~/Tt
ai I was arj jnfMMe tatv -
K cay pa> 4h. -"ad
a* etr-pioyaas o.' Cramer Waolr-
aaat ea max of then; of Caban
aaciL reat.'rt in a csk, far
fc2:2 70 farwaraX la feaVra
taaa ofbc-

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liaa at Teni^,*- Lsri*. f arU
/You arc cordial I \
irrvitcd toenio>
a perfect I >
elegant
cave f*f
murder!
5
REX HARRISON
SUSAN NArWARD
CLIFF ROBERTSON
CAPtlCINE
EDiE ADAMS
MAGGIE SMITH
ran
- a_raat ea I iiwab
Eoa.- i- aa rtnnraa ru tau.
- baan '.2 noae oat.
a = -m Tu.-*ca> June 15
the o-ie.' .l_-^'rir Fend of
the faced Jaartat Appeal
a a
^eabar* of *Ja? facsky
B th*- Greater M^r liebraw
Aca<:eary ^Carted a '-end i^r
learr.*^-, k
* salary -.^ -ae t J\ [a
oaot-ir.s ir*-

Thre* f>ade
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aanaal at act F)
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tonr. eonda.e at -
a ra:K acrv -. v.
Ho- -
I no:2 Ukfir talk Temple
Judea p-
*ad aaatic
::-d ar.
appeal for ti>e brae .^o
Fund tha.' r^-ted mare tlUa
MB MM ja
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aipaofl
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the V!
Miami Thunder* Past
Million Dollar Mark U
Emergency Push Quick* ns
foa rtiaiio afr>otn
14
Srnrtj FtlOAY
Sheridan
HUlai
The Israel EmerK' L""a*ad Jew)- Aor-
. S! lart T--e
I bj r aaacc
F Sapir and faraaer Paraafj Miniater OoVia Mew
Sa*ewd contr^wt^ft t rta iwa*4 E"erf"cy Fwnd ..,
patt tt $1 700.000 mirt by B-^a* ?- ***< cv*. -,r
L9*r>r4 9otmy v* Graar Aami wwMvtcad ? t*aa^i k,
tj-wr 't*euiatn
.-v. 'nvl the vn al Y-
rat aaaacraray .
->jac3>ent
bad befua in thi a a*
Hal rr-aed .
- c- donataor

thai ?noataaat^n ane -
*-oijd coxa daai
iaali
TSe V : paatpr d .
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>rh ac-1 -
mar. -da jt*r
ry tare M aartac>
Ji^fi^ f^yQ^cy.
mt* ?>* aN +vno
od w ne* i
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? a irxs tempte dedtcati .
cama*.i.r. and -->--
-^xh FV --.- -bmhuj ru aintK.'t ;
aafs p*> *x steadily
CoOAbme-J .' '-ja>e*i aaa ^renrthened
acah'-xs of pru> and va*e--er ta*f | x* art--:r'
the .\ace- H-rew Uawarratj Anarrxaa T- i
anetj ane otner Israel-one nted zrr_p
LHTrtor^ of local '>naro)pae jr.- -np-- arx!
jaanrd oath '5t'- and o;he' Je* waoerx >
ta ata.n manpower .-en a arre : f tfar kara
Kaaien *nd Saveh FteocL* Catmcw *
nan Da. a1 Flat.man orttf rt*S Fd-a>-
ernort m Mttwaj up rha camaofii eeaafwxa'
EmerttiKr Fund.
?n ?# *Ht
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: uarajtiia c.reetar v : a- aad asaoaaaaa
F man coorduiated aflarti .-li R.r-er. Kar^a.- puaaar
ati\c Geraad Scrt-arti and the per-nanent and teaeaor.

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va-. rhairman Saa el n Fnedland noted t-*r n
t-
S'.'o.ooo Jaeki tiaoooo and t>.
:-.--. Ebm rfet r. :
Nataonjily. the dme wa< r aH pa- ati al j- the u--
late<- '.8 too attended a -.
the I K V a: '. i
Roberl r Kannaarj
rood Bawl raBj
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-.on f^>r '
grea'efct need and tr.un-.ph
ed in >ne hurh riat aa. -
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a :r.ie emera:e^.-> and 7
aaaociate chairanea Isadora *
told

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MIAMI BRANCH
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Friday June 16 1967
* lewisfr Fkr&dMcur-
Page 3-B
Temple Sinai Honors
New Officers Hero
IVir: Sinai "I North Dade
- iiiiuii in and ouli tins
:.d tnist**i at a apecial
. .. eoMecratkm on Fi (day
, ,-nin| at 8 15 p m
,i of tl ion. the
was held in the North
National Body
Elects Thurman



rhurman *.i
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well -ki M
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Miami a
in PI PCtlllVl I
i.i...-. ish
tin
Siegendorf At
Demo Club Helm
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How
Miami Be u h < u-ir Center Audi
torium, 17011 NE i
Newlj ele< led offlcei ol temple,
sisterhood and brotherhood wi re
officially inducted bj Rabbi Ralph
Kingale)
Newlj Ii rted offii ei ti mple
president Di Stanford B
Cookc :u -i vici pn udenl Sam
Bloom psident, H>
Boui nste i third nl
Mark n
dent, '.' raid 11
Ma Swift. I
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Hadai C.apter of Mizrachi Wemen honored
oi officers at tho Daytcnia Rd. home
ol Mrs. Herman Shaw, who acted <:~ hosti
les Me nnes Sam Shapiro, treas-
: Leo Rheinh Sidney Simon,
publiot .ia Kanin outgoing enl
Charles Simon, president; Mar
ind vice preside)
; Dan.- firs: vice pn
tion will be held m the fall.
Mi I a in-
I i\c ol the i
New led officei broth presidents AI Sherman Sam Lu
id are | nl Louis Sahm bell Harol I \ Lloyd B
iii- Norman Kh n and Jayee and Saul Sabad as well is Su
\ r frank, treasun I sterhood president. Mrs 1
.
Cantor Chel
Whitman To Head
Lei kemia Group
I. .:
\ irds
Yeshiva Gives
Degrees To Five

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of Hel
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' Zisquil
i i ..\ \\. Bai h< lor "i Vrt!
lorol Hebi I it ratun
North Miami Beach Melvin
rner, 17101 NTS 9th Ave Bachc
<>f Arts.
Kej largo Lenore Wolfaon
ll <'-Rhurst Di Bachelor ol
\rts
Kim's Donates Process
Kim's Chinese Restaurant. 12*5
l-neoin Rd., at West Ave was to
donate all proceeds of Thur*ia>
uht dinner, June 15, to the Is-
rael Emergency Fund.
" YOU CANT HOODWINK GRANDMA WHEN IT COMES TO QUALITY DAIRY
She knows the Spring morning freshness and quality of Breakstones dairy
products like she knows her own grandchildren. Grandma says.'There
are some things modern times hasn't been able to improve on.
Breakstones is one of them." One delicious way or another
Breakstone's always belongs on everyone's table. Yours, too!
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Dr. Becker Again at Helm of JFCS

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.Me the plea-.ire double
and you have I
>f affair* at Lillian and Tod
r >\ w .!.; i. m e these
They an- the child
v i Soi m Bild ol m an i
Just th.N reek thej arc an
g thi nt ol 'i. ..
yn tp. W.r
i ifficer Berton Blumenfi id
i )USt : oterdav their I
1 Mn, arrr ed I
\ isit with her f nance l>i
: 'i.. 0 d i I Halt :
II) n and H nton ai e In
(hi vi
lo you pack uit
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He haa two r.iore

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"World
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8 In the mean .
i! and I': Louh [Mai d
;.: f( .. ,,
dii ne
in their hoi ( nd
' es S Virs
Hi-: man Goodmi
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v.
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net
11 a i I '. I I i : ,
ling the 4.1th .

1 meel
the
' tsociation and i'ni
f Writen
.'..- to attend its conven-
ed June 25 to
Expo 87 in the [Ml
; v.iii irium there
Ruth w:ll tot '"
> f Phil
Bl aU Ml York Shi
M an i in the fall
i i
::us Group bold* aeon at the
era Hotel with Rabbi Fugene Labovitz, spintua! leader ot
le Ner Tamid. as Installing othr-er. Stand H to
Mis Jack Wolfsteir., outgo.: bi Labo-
Mj Hanrietta Fino, incomii Mrs. rl
::. hairman ot the day
Phi Sig's
Elect Trio
Of Alums
Three local University of Miami
girls were recent!) elected officers
il P ii Si ma Sigma, national so
cial sorority
Barbara Resnick, daughter ol
Mr and Mrs Jerry Resnick, wa-
led president She was also
iid< or ol Rho Lmbda,
: r outstanding Panhel-
i Women Barbara .< 1 -* list
in u ho > u ho The Resnicks
eview Dr., Miami
I i:
hter of Mrs
\ : i I record
w.. named "t 'ut
>mor< m i ampus,
- scholarship chairman of Panhel
Mpha Lambda
and member a
'i .i. i Kej nora i es al
Ave
I aye ('hernowsk) was
i pondn cretarj SI has
ed .i- recording secretarj
and is the daughter of Mr and
Mrs Marvin Chernowsk) 3615 Hi
\ icra i < oral Gables
New Lounge
Dedicated
Heralding .i summei of expand
ed adult program* and activitu
the VM .-nil uiiA ol Greater Miami
.mil dedicati d :i new Adult
Lounge al the Y, B600 s\s 8th
st on Sundaj at 7 p m The open-
cere mi so initiated
f ir-i of man) fa mil) n
Hie Y foi the summer, announc
Paul Faske president
The new Adult Lounge, com
pletel) < reened, and near the
Olympic size pool, will !* open
ever) da) I members of the
Y
Faske and members of the
tors were m h
to help dedicate the new loui
Thei i wi n spi etings from
leaders of the Greater Miami Jew
ish Federation Helping officall)
ti the lounge wen p
dents of the luhs which
: tributed fui
M rs Bessn \
\ i i : iei dshi| Mrs
baum oi thi
Senioi and Hew ill D ''
So< ia Singh -
ejewislli Floridian
Friday June 16. 1967
Page 5-B
Mrs. Fritz London (center) and Dr. Cy Notorious (letf. ol Belle
Plaza, welcome Dr. Allan Kaplan Uight). of Island View Hospi-
tal. The new 10-story hospital and medical center is being
constructed across the Venetian Causeway from the high use.
Residents of Belle Plasa will conduct a c ampaign to endow a
facility at the hospital. Mrs. London may have a P01
interest in having medical facilities as a neighbor She broke
her leg on the #Yoning of Mother's Day.
Hadassah
Has Meeting
the Naomi Group
. [hi N
.,i the group's am
\ward* Sight at thi Col in I
Saomi Players p
to the Ihi me "t Mod Mod World '
the k 90 program Gene Baaa
The i hai Group of Hadassah
ion,lu, ti eneral n Mon
8 13 p in at the home >>t
Mrs Sa il Fn chtel 1280 N*E 171sl
l.i \ Miami Beach
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Graduating Class of the Hebrew Academy. Olga and "
garet Weishaus Girls High School, are [left to right I
Cavell i.seated< Robin Zelkowitz. Laura Weisman. Diane Ma
and Sandra Ehrenreich.
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+Jmi**lkrSriii,r
Page 7-B
MtS
ntfMng gelts
Continued from Preceding P*ge
join ths f""m o{ Uftformj fr In
inc
Reception followed the ceremony
Dor*] Country Club Alter a
. .moon spent in Motitego Ba>,
Jamaica, the couple will live in
al GaMea
Jablow Feiner
Miss Andrea Kcitier h*eame the
. Of Michael J Jablow m 8:15
0 clock ceremonies on Saturday,
10. at Temple Kmanu Kl. Dr.
Uhrman officiated.
i bride is the daughter of Mr
Mrs Roj Georfe Feiner. 2075
123rd SI North Miami. The
m s parent> are Mr and Mr-
i labiow, of New York City.
; i. ii >: was Roberta Fein-
d Martin Jablow ailed .is
i man.
. bride graduated from Miami
h Senior Hi :h and the I'm
w % of Miami wiih a Bachelor*!
. in elemaotrj education
! t groom graduated froi I the
i ,i ity o: Miami School o: B
i Administration, and is a-soci
..-,'. Jablow Jewelry Maau-

in followed in the Cham
i :id liigi Room* of tin- I .1
b -..i ii tel After a Mm,
lo Las Vegas S'ev. the <
1 245 10 Grand C
I Little Neck, N W
Rogers -ScSilein
Mrs I>a\ i I S)
the r o! their
Susan i i,
. i i
in June 4 i Bi NY
St hlem i- a
nd at I
M .." SI
Turner, Jacobson
Betrothal Told
V 1 urnrr. of 2' I \
Si v: \.i .ii be
... 1M \,. val.clliu \ .c
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ol 4"-* \ Georwc Ma

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'. 12th Ave Miami
: '.'. akc
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in las i>'
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. Hi a law tirm in \\ .i-hu g|
[ron v.
Hi I Scho I and the I ni
of Miami mi h;;i. where ne
d .i Bachetoi s d
ring He i> now
'1 M nh Nat al \.: M
hi Wash
hCincjincf /<
or
CTl Postgrad Seminar At Mt. Sinai
U hem ........... ......
was a member ol Sigma Alpha
Iota and the Si I ing Hani anea
Mr Rogers is the son ol Mr Ed
Rogers Miami, and Mis Ethel
Rotate, of Brooklyn, N Y He .- r\
ad ui the Special Services of the
Armed Forces, bi I is now ntudy
ing electronic and machine draft
ng ai Deiehant) Institute in New
York (its
The couple are now Ofl th- ir
hnne\ moon in the Pocono Mown
Uma in Pennsylvania They plan
i make their home in Brooklyn.
Mount Sinai Hospital's 17th an
nua postgraduate seminar, May
II to 20 attracted hundreds ol
doctors lot ally, statewide *nd na
tionally, according to chairman.
In ( barles I Minder
National!) recognised physicians
who discussed "Current i
cepts of Medical and Surgical
Shock." were i>r Leighton duff.
I'niversitj of Florida; Dr N Joel
Ehrenkranc I niversity of Ml; ml
School ol Medicine Dr Thoi
Kilhp. III. Cornell IInJveraKy Medi
cal College; Dr Kuhard Lillehei.
L'niversM) of Minnesota School ol
Medicine. Dr Neil Moran. Km \
I'niversitj. and Dr Max *VeU I
versitj ol Sonthern Can' I
School ol Mi
Assisting pi Birder In M ml
os program for this year were
Dr Robert J Trope, cha r nan-
elect for next year, and program
chairman this y< ai lr
c; Stock, exhibits Dr Warn n A.
Jacobs, publicity, and promotion;
Dr Alexander Llbow, banqu I Dr.
Sanford Levine hospitality; Dr.
\rk.Mi M Rywlln arrange m<
Mrs. Marvin 1. Meitus. chairman,
service committee courti 'he
Mount Sinai Hospital \uj
rt' or KhIii
MKHAfl KUSMNft
AN EVENING WITH ALAN KING
Plus Other Stars
of Stage and T\
Proceeds For Our Israel Emergency Projects
An Important B'nai B'rith Symposium
ISRAEL'S MILITARY VICTORY
WHAT NOW?
Saturday, June 17th 8:30 P.M
HULEl HOUSE UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI
1100 MILLER DR CORAL GABLES
Sponsored by the B'nai B'rith
MITZVAH
,EM lO
BA I IN LODC-E
TH PUBLIC IS INVITED
Marilyn Luxner,
Steve Singer
: Mis Mortoi II
rlinm

Man.-
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1 uxner
Miami Dade Ji Collegi ai I
rrenl rsit>
where she is majoring
in onomics
Mi is a student the
I'nivi il Miami College of
I
Israel Coin Club To Meet June 29
in Club of South I i will hear Stevi Cohei an I
Id its monthly, meetn ,n investment i
Washington Kedi ul .
a, | i.., \s.. Information i
ii, i. i Rubensten preMdenl 5771
>v, 25th SI
TICKLTS ON SALE AT:
Mia Ba i< h Audi tc r ium
0 Vs.ishin^ton Ave.
Sherman's Luggage
16SS Collins Ave. M.B.
Z ice
2200 Park Ave., M.B.
parness Pre
. *. 17th Ave.
Miami
i i i i t i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i t i .....
ease send mc the following ticl I
h. $10. 7.SO, S., fj 3.
____Dress Circle $5.
Balcony $2.SO
Check enclosed for $ ......
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Name
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Address
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. Miami Beach 33139


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Friday June 16 196?
7/a// Will you help, for today a
UNLESS WE HELP THE HUNGRY feed and support themselves, their need can never ei :.::,
It also uses food to help educate ch,:d'en, to nourish p'eschooi youngsters to f
schools, roads, water systems It adds self help seeds and farm tools, trade I
doctors and nurses to heal the sick and tram medical personne'
those lives worth living. h\a.\ your check.
Your help goes where
hunger is
$1 delivers a big
food package in
your name
$10 gives a child
school lunches
for a year
$100 sends more
than a ton of food
to the hungry
o
CAM reports where
your help was sent .
Your help
goes where
hunger is
Israel it one of 35 countries served by CARE
to every country If you wish, vou may tj
with to provide, or any of the cou
Afghanistan
Algeria
British Honduras
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Colombia
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Ecuador
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4655 N W 36th Ave Miami
KENTUCKY FRIED CHICKEN CARRY 01
701 N W 119th St 6B5-1 891
1925 Pembroke Rd 937-4195
S W 4th Ave. ft Dixie Hywy 927 1769
KEYSTONE TRAILER COURT
6307 N E 2nd Ave Miami
KIDD STUFF
828 Washington Ave., Miami Beach
KIRBY KNITTING MILLS, INC.
55$ N.W 24th St Miami
Manufacturers of Ladies Mens
and Childrens Sweaters


Friday June 16 1967
'Jmisti tkjri Page 93
tomorrow?
Is more than feed people.
0' as pay while villagers build
ion materials, school supplies. It sends
Ls the money you give saves lives and makes
1 all types of aid go
type of help you
fl
Nicaragua
Nigeria
Pakistan
Ptnamt
Phi'ippin**
Poland
Sierra Leon*
Tunisia
Turkey
Yugoslavia
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JUk tkteki eat ta CAR*
KOSHER-FOR-PASSOVER
CARE FOOD PACKAGE $12.00
including guaranteed del /erv
to an.one yOu nar^e in Israel
3 Ibi "> ozs Frozen Livei
2 lbs. 3 oci Frozen Ton
1 lb Pi o/- Frozen Beef
4 o/s Coffee
1 lb 8 0U Chocolate
1 lb Cocoa
8 <>7s Soup Mia
l lb 4 Ms Pineapple
i lb 4 o/- Peaches
11 on Hooej
1 lb Dried Fruit
Cm\ be ordered for designated relatives
and friends or for those who need a
friend recommended by the Israeli Ministry of
Welfare)
ISRAEL FAMILY FROZEN
FOOD PACKAGE $16.00
2 lbs 4 oca Frozen Liver
2 lbs 4 n/s Frozen Tongue
4 lbs 8o/s Frozen Sliced Beef
distant Coffee
2 lbs Chocolate
l lb Cocoa
h dcs Soup Mix
3 lbs Rice
1 !b 4 (>/ Pineapple
3 lbs Dried Fruit
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ISRAEL FROZEN FOOD
PACKAGE $10.00
2 lbs 4 ozs Frozen I iver
2 Hs 4 "/- Fro/en Tons .
2 izs Instant < of fee
1 lb. 8 o/ (Chocolate
1 lb Cm oa
8 OZS Soui Mix
2 lbs Rice
1 lb 4 m Pineapple
2 lbs Due.I Fruit
.
ISRAEL FOOD
PACKAGE
$10.00
45 OZS Beef in Natural Juice>
20 OZS Canned Salami
IS ozs Veal in Natural Juices
15 o/s Paprikash
10 o7j Frankfurters
84 otl Rice
24 ozs Table Si;
2 ovs Instant Coffei
32 o/s Chocolate
16 ozs I 'ocoa
20 ozs Pineapple
lri ozs Figs
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ISRAEL FAMILY FOOD
PACKAGE $18.25
Pi ef in Natural Juices
8 i ozs Veal in Natural Juices
20 ozs Frankfurters
:.w ozs I onguc
30 ozs Meatballs
40 ozs Salami
20 ./- i*bocolate
16 O/s 1
4 OZS 'if.-''-
2 I I" apple
!6 o/s Sh. Ik : U nut-
t>4 ozs \ Di ied r ruits
l|l>I.IO\\l\<; iNSEN AND HANSEN FURNITURE
450 Biltmore Way. Coral Gables 444-7469
KISLAK MORTGAGE CO.
FLORIDA
1101 Bfickell Ave Miami
GORCE MARKET
704 VV 51st St.. Miami Beach
APKIN TIRE COMPANY
3280 NW 54fh St, Miami
TER LIPSCHUTZ DRAPERY SHOP
3311 S.W. 22nd Terr, Miami
TFR M. LOPEZ
Amsley Building. Miami
L0RTON SCHOOL
2779 Bird Ave Coconut Grove 446-7816
^OSMO LLOYD ORCHESTRA
345 NW 134th Street Miami
^OWRY ELECTRIC COMPANY
Coral Gables
^CA-VEE CLEANERS
43 N.I. 38th St Miami
USTER HOST
2430 N.W. 36th St., Miami
Herschel Levy 633 8066
HANDOR NURSERY
15721 NW. 7th Ave., North Miami, Fla.
Phone 947-6971
UAMI HEART INSTITUTE, INC.
4701 Meridian Ave., Miami Beech
MIAMI MILITARY ACADEMY
10601 Biscayne Blvd .. Miami 758-7648
MIAMI VOGUE MANUFACTURING CO.
320 N W 26th St., Miami 635-0929
MILLER ELECTRIC CO. of MIAMI, INC.
3905 N W 37th Ct., Miami
MOSLER SAFE CO.
5301 S.W 8th St.. Miami HI 4-7167
NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE
CO. OF FLORIDA
100 Biscayne Blvd. Miami 373-3373
THE OLD BOOK SHOP
1544 So Dixie Highway, Coral Gables
OVERHOLT JEWELERS
7220 Red Road, South Miami
PARIS BUILDERS
GENERAL CONTRACTORS
7401 S.W 69th Court, Miami
PARRISH AUTO SALES
7305 Bird Rd Miami
PIECES OF EIGHT LOUNGE
4901 S.W 8th St., Miami 441-8688
THE PLACE FOR STEAK &
HARBOR LOUNGE
1335-79th St Causeway, Miami
PERKINS MARINE LAMP &
HARDWARE CORP.
16490 NW. 13th Ave., Miami
POINCIANA HOTEL
1SSS Collins Ave., Miami Beach
RANDOLPH SHOE COMPANY
86c S E 9th Ten .. Hialeah
RAINBOW KNIT SHOP
2522 Ponce De Leon Blvd., Coral Gables
Phone 446-1539
RAY RANDLE'S KENNELS
1855C NW. 37th Ave Miami
RILEY HOTEL
6060 Indian Creek Dr., Miami Beach
BOB RUBINSTEIN DECORATOR
3919 N E 1st Ave., Miami
WILLIAM SANES INSURANCE
11 SO S.W. 1st Street, Miami
JOSEPH SCHULTZ & SONS, INC.
Fennick Casuals
255 N. W 5th St., Miami
SHAN THE RADIO MAN, INC.
119 NW 12th Ave Miami, Florida 377-O601
C. SHARKUS FOR SIGNS
390 West 21st Street, Hieieeh
SHIP AHOY
RESTAURANT & LOUNGE
seafood rs out setciaity
211 -22nd Street, M. B. JE 2-2411
SLOANE AIR CONDITIONING
1101 S.W. 32nd Ave., Miami
SOUTHERN DRILLING & EQUIPMENT
1051 E. 52nd Street, Hialtah


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Friday June 16

ranee*
JZeL
man
We
the
Women

HUIH
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
Helen iMr- Edmd 1- I COW was a quiet youru-ter
who >hc was one o: a family of four girls and
a brother who lived in Indianapolis, where her parents.
AJ and Kva i/ohn. moved irom Kvansville when Helen vn>
two months old Her p.ri-nu still live in Indiannpohs. but
the family i- .scattered all over.
Ed >av l AT and T is the best stock
in the world to l>uy. especialh
after the monthly phone bill
in. or after Ik'len gives him
a detailed report on her familv

In high sch<>'; the ^w- editor
-.'. >-earbook and a real
rah:ah girl She has forgotten
it she v..*- graduated with
: delightedl) rememb-
- being a basketball tan and
balking in th.- glory oi her broth-
er. David, who was one of the out-
jskerball players and
lc All -state team She attend-
Butler University and the In-
diana Business School and *ork-
in and Bradstn el
\- ti ns
v, would
Hi. on N i' mi il Council ol Jewish Women or B'nai
i Miami to h\>- i ol
her th She had the ft I 'ida
ild gel well and
.,-,! to be thi lij Richard I
nta
thej havi
a great ti is for a
that H' len is alwa> thoughtful ^
Helen
of
I :-t membership tea was held in her hoi
illai i l his year, she
was ; i" the ancer
ti< i
:
but shi '
pov
I
Since their interests
the
Iri ve
to keep hmi
the Islands,
Ihe lea Thej just came
and Lai \ ei >i Bui I
- up a storm just
\\, She i emembei s aa a child,
baking She can even recall the smile that
She like-
pens the door and catches ;>

he is la/'. S k likes sitting garni
no tennis S e to I( in the morning
but to an appointnu i I
rhe T\ and to real They take all of
thi .n the read them thorougl) Helen's
lovi [oi fa mil) is far-reaching ist the nieces and
nephews ti thi adorable grandniei ind nephews
the ( b tut Richai d He was
on D an s List in lav < the Universitj ol Florid.!
' .. 'tr L'niversit) in South Wall
stui law He will retorn in the fall to t
Be Si Id I
the i m> Helen is floating on an
isked hei to leach her

"WMnm e& Ringing for Onem
F\
White-August
June Carol Ausust and I apt
Richard *'. White BW married
Baturda) evening. June 3. at Beth
David Synagogue, with Rabbi Sol
Landau officiatiBg X wedding
dinner followed at the synagogue
cat* red by Cordon and Pont
The bride is the daughter of Hit
Abe Coldman. 20 Island A\-
Miami Beach, and the late Mr
Louis AuguM She is a graduate ol
the I'r.nersity ot Miami, w hen-
she majored in merchandising
The uroom is the son of Mr and
Mrs George J White. 1096 Vene
tian Way.
lie i~ a graduate of the Citadel.
Charleston. St. and i> presently
with the Strategic Air Command
After a honeymoon in Montego.
Jamaica, the couple will live in
Little Rock. Ark., where the bride
>m is stationed
Matron of honor was the bride s
r Mr Peter Swart/ Best man
was the bride's brother -in law,
I'cter Swart7 She was given in
marriage bj her brother. Herbert
Auguet, and ushers included the
bride's brother. Melvin. and hi I
great-uncle MOC Conn
r
Barnes-Kaufman
Given in marriage by her p
Miss Marilyn Kaufmai
Mr and Mis Harrj
haul I th Sl formerl)
\ Y became the
bnde ol William Barnes, son
Mrs William Brandl. 12312 NE
l lth < i and the late Martin Bai
rhe i remonj took place h
p u 10, al Ten pie Beth
Ike
.i ol h inoi w.is Miss v'
Millei
embroidered net
s trimmed in white
ilder length French
veil fell from a cro
i iris crj itals and satin
nel She carried white orchids on a
Bible l i w le i- graduate of
Miami Beach High School and
i of Medical ')
is .i graduati
ienioi li
lie i n..! > of iampa
and in the i S Air Foi 11
four years
Reception followed at the Para
Ri ita .i ant, 11
spending theii
Tampa and will make then ho
(hi
Wallack-Morris
The former Miss Bonni M
i Mr Maurice Wallack ...
eymooning in Acapulco
Mexii Citj i'he> will h\.
E tiist st New York City, on then
return

Rabbi li ving Lehrman in 7
Thursdaj June k at Do
mtrj club
bride is the daui hter il Mi
..nd Mis Henrj Morris, 270 *
Miami Beat h i hi room -
an Mr and Mrs Ann.I.:
Wallack. ol Flushing. \ V
For h< r wedding, the bride i
an alencon laci
au m.:h full length coal i
DUNCRAGGAN INN
1500 Third Ave.. W. Hendenonville.
N. C. S9 per day pen., 2 in room,
with mrofi. Ooncina, entertainment,
jporfj. Children* Camp.
LIVE IN MAIDS
AVAILABLE
A-l EMPLOYMENT
PhFR 9-8382
?*. Vr
M ir
*. IMCHAKO WMfTf
M*S WILLIAM lAtNIS
Maid of honor was M K .
Mrs Fran I -
nvatroi : honor Bi
Mi Barbara Streei
I .. ef
. H Ohrini was bi I
hers a
Bill) Deutsch
The bride i- a
Boston I'mven il
Continued on Following P*q
MffS. MAUMCl WALLACK
(ami
LEO HOHAUSER
PLUMBING
CONTACTING MMMM
$*nrinq Oadt Cawntv Over 2S Va*rs|
1811 $.W. 14th ST Nl 604
CERTIFIED COLD
FUR STORAGE
STORAGE VAULTS
on the
PREMISES!
FOR THE VERY FINEST
"FURRIER STORAGE
DIAL MIAMI BEACH
5322474
BAL HARBOUR
866-4614
CORAL CABLES
443-7416
FT LAUDERDALE
524-8438
AT MO IXTiA COST:
C- acded MSM j0
o-d at tat c '. i
It" '<* ---' '
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Nea i '- H
Ca'or ra c'o 9 oJ '
o.c >< > tmm '?ii
665 LINCOLN ROAD MALL
BAL HARBOUR SHOPS
350 MIRACLE MILE
801 E LAS OLAS BLVO
rOU can he *0*t a, the BtST ml -
TotUVs BONDED FRUIT SHIPPER
11*4 PONCI Df LEON Carol G.bU.
WOW SNIPPING FtOfffOA'S flNIST FtOfT
Tl. 448 5?1S
BASKtn a cms
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Friday June 16. 1967
+ kni Page 115
L* liarnt in cjlu
yours,
IJJjMnz clls 92
main
dind
tor in
MEMBERS : radon < hapter
of i. nal B rith Oirls fBBG
Hj honored thru- mother^ .it
ii installation luncheon .it the
Restaurant
tiding iui Miss Frani <;.i!ii
k i' lilai > nloi i >h i
l: had > pleat i hcrl
. and Hi- tent stlhoui tti
irith continual
i ati Hit mothi i Mm
.< .i- ii ,i three picci

...
il I hcci
Install
i \i.
|c> \> I I
!< '. h rnwl i
ittt'D I over all
:

! Her moi
Bam chose choc
on d i with
Hei >!ii > had
with .i
lurt and
i M ~- M.nlha kaplan a
v .. muni skirl dr<
i loped la<
. hemline Her mothei M
ird Kaplan, trimmed her
n nt di ess w ith
e hroidei Miss J
who i- prt sidenl >f the
:i mull
lent dn
/ORAL CREPE.
** by Mi"s
ii
. i \ s Her famil)
I b) her aunt Mi
tburg, wln> wort a two piCCl
.>. and orangi i mblc and
ithei Mrs Sadie (
'. 'w.i- :n a blue woven
ted lwo-| I .>r t"
Mis Susan Hellman,
oal skimmer with a
*hit collar and ; deep In
vert it in front
Miss Sharon G dstein tenl
was ni .i print ol
pink Hei n i
intad i i iou< h ol
lace Her mother, Mrs
Uoldstem, chose .i hite
suit witn ,i inn rull
the n > klim
lor w.i-h in urn
worn i'> m -- .
Mrs
li
tent
i !<'
Mil K I
I dot 11
I
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IkJISS ELAINE
II
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:i her h
Bei ei
In
with e Mrs K 1
pd .i yi
and '
the surplice
i "iir Kati
. a fended.
in .i '-'i ometrie print of
nd red rerrj
i:n >kn '
K '/ in
|i i
it her v
Dale Snj
She wa in ., ihiti
u ith lace inset is u I I i
and sleeves Her *rai
' harle> Vdlei > as
>ped neek emerald ureen
-in ath Her mol Mrs Joseph
Sn> der, chos4 een silk
with tripes and
nei kline
Continued from Preceding Pqe
she belonged to Alpha
! psilon Phi s'>: iritj l lie groom
is a graduate ol Dickenson t'olli :e,
and in presentl) direetoi m mar I
i an industrial nun in N
York
lasky-Klivans
t.rlingl< ii \'a .will be hom
and Mrs Harvi l La
i 'i lh< i' tun fl111 thru
- o 'n Montreal and New En
gland
iii- S isan S Klivan<
her huaband ex< liar ed wedding
Dr loseph R \
on Sundaj June n in a 5 o'clock
remony held m th< bride's home
si c is the daughter of Mi and
Mrs How ..id Klivans, :<"_' \\ Li-
o Hi Miami B* ai h I he ri oom
in Hi and Mrs Solon
I of A burj Park N J
Maid ol honor wa* Kath) Kli
- Mrs ': Klivai
I -. 11 l ask)
\B di
American I ) i
! .i
He i
I Hi er of Pi
l.i n .i Phi
Rei :'
bride s honu
Cogen Puritz
M.-n I Ma .. I'uiit/
I to Peter Mil hael o
i pie I irael in 7 p m.
. la) June io.
Moi ris Graf)
I hi ; Mr
I>a\ id Pui iti 34 I
sun *.ve rtu groom in the son of
MRS. HARVtV IASKY
'
\
i <>t honoi was Bi I
led Mrs Lau
Mrs Williai
'.
flows rgirls
Bi -; man a v-.'. > Muin\
chick I La S r iritz w il
liam Bin lei and Man in Da
'l he bri cum
lande from Mir l niversit) ol Miami
//S. PIUH COCIN
.t
i
i
i id
S
Ml i ;
Mi,. Beach lli-h S hool
I'm' >l Miani Hi
1 M La Scho< (all
| | .
.ii I I
New AJCong. I nit at Coffee
Apparel Club Elects Officers
Mickej Wei .< 20-year veteran he was cmplo; stafl
tbe men's apparel fiei.i I of the Mew Vorli Dail) News be
,i nt ut the Men's and fore entering the apparel
Apparel Club of Florida
- a one time Manhattan
will officially rw- install
June _';t Hhi-n the club DJ
-t.iijin>n dinner at Ml
Lakes < ountry ,'lul>
Weiss hiN wife son Mitehell and
two daufthten Ja and Hart
124 Surfaide Kl\l Surfside
nth-: nea offleera to be install <\
at the June .'.'< installation ire.
Herbert Brod) executive vice
in New Yfc in ItBI Weiss president Mann) Le\> vice prea-
led New York University, mi I Sol Fiur, treasurer; and
-.iinmuniialimi- Later Geonti K.i'/maii n. ,
A membership tlw
nev I ist < Itapter
- Division
take
. i' lurw .It
il Mrs S iphie I
r Di Ni Mia
ch
Ace to Mrs Maurice '
moersnip i ice presid nt, tins
newt st chapter of the American
njtress i ame into being
inuu.ii the effort* "t Mrs Rol
ok* and Mrs William Langmeyer
Participating at the initial
inc m the group were Mrs William
1 angmeyer, Mrs Sophie Kellner,
Mrs Prances Buciterman, Mrs u 1
Sneider Named Member
Richard M Sneider, representa
live of the Herman Zotti General
Agenc) 149a W. Ha. It r SI wai
awarded membership In the Mai
cabees Mutual life Insuranci Com
pany's Council : Honor Tlie an
incement .in made !>> Emile \
Haar, president, from the com
pan) n international home ofl c<
at Detroit
v Muri
man Mrs I mii Rose Mrs Hai !
Mrs Samuel -s i
'.:
seph Sink Mi n \"-'
Mi n Dorol h) ..... fa
\n aii immi esult. I
al meetinti a s|
program on the Middle East cdnis
was held for all residents ol the
F'omt East Apart
Program participants <-i<- Mrs
Irving 1! Kaplan national Vice
president and pi esidi nt I
\\ pph I Y *i
-

ward < ci
hi.
Pirsl
yeai Id Rot hcllc II I
n
rael foui '
S Mann
had returni la pre' iotl
limn Jerusalem where she t
al the Hebn w t i -
l) .. 11 .i -. it ictio
<*f*Wekmid gift...
^ ^reasured^ossession
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BY
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DENNING PLASTIC TOPS
3330 N W 4Sh ST W3 S02J
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HEBREW ACADEMY SUMMER DAY GAMP
2400 PINE TREE DRIVE, MIAMI BEACH
JUNE 19 THRU AUGUST 11 -BOYS AND GIRLS AGES 4 THRU 13
AIR CONDITIONED BUILDING
FREE BUS TRANSPORTATION
HOT LUNCHES
PROFESSIONALLY DIRECTED
SCIENCE
a> Sc fee Projects
' ATHLETICS
Entire camp program under pertanal (ui4ance < Rabbi Slei^nder S. Cross
o ARTS & CRAFTS
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Pace 12 B
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Friday June 16 }g^7
. <^/4bout j^coplc ana jr laces .
i
kNTHOW
not 'he first-gis ier?
iSlPUVii'. ,;mI
' Id) Mrs Thnn<
had inv.te i to turn > at h.-r
bowers m
derad whom -in
When the discovered that the never ha^ I
r earrir time with the
r:^ht dress h to >nak< them h< i
Xi ibe's an expei r for ea
v Dav.d .-.
ed flowers I Carols
Mis Stanley) Ark.n and Mr- Jack Hartley re
ilked ab ut their hoibj i akin*
Mrs li i erl Krens < tha!
made I- v Mrs Sid Ma I
' l0 ; ats
. Mrs \ I : \\
M:- Harry A i evj El ic Mrs M k< S
Marihi Mrs. Ha

I udy |
and
her
Va ot i
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BIG BUSINtSS HAS A PARTY
I
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success.
--- were Mi and Mrs
b. Mr. i VI Shermi Ml
\Jrll Wdnev Smith. Mr. ardMi- feonald
Mr and Mr- David Preston. Mi and Mr- Ka>-
n.:id Rubin. Mr and Mr> Paul Bamett. Mr and
>Lr- Irving Bindhorn, Mr and Mra Harold
Homreich, Mr and Mra Harvej Goldstein, and
Mr. and Mi- Robert Somerstein,
SHE MARRIED HER BOSS
! at before Bonn! Morris daughter of Henrj
and D tt> Morris, married Maury Wallack in a
beauti ul formal wedding at the Doral Country
( luh last Thursday, some <: her mother's friends
had .i bi da] showei for her in the Sea i
South R om 1 he hostc -- u ere Mrs
Luck Mrs Morns Gidne) and Mrs Lewis
Everything was very bride) from the
: bridi thi bar watching over the
. Marys to the blue parasol perched on top
isl) wrapped shower gifts White
i i pu k rai nai mall pink
looked delightful or; the blue table I
l:ng b<
Kathy, I e the tradii
bb m bow s taken fi om the ;
with such lovii
S earn, who flew in with her mother, Mrs H
al the i niversit)
where Bonni ited this
nth Barbara wrote the traditional remarks
Bonni made ai ned the >:ift.s on the
e in with
. room's famil) who were
own from New York a little eai
e luncheon urere Mrs Al Wallack, Mrs
im Deutsch, and Mrs Joseph Deutsch
- grandmother, ii- Joseph Morns wu
mg. Fnrxfs LWimm
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Bureau of Jewish Education Figures
Show Hebrew School Registration Rise
Horierte Adolman
Plans for Dec. 25
Mr and Mi
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Gershwin Lodge
Elects Officers
w r e
at
Kv ghl
held on .lime 5:
s Ine)
I
ihen;
at am iVasai
mtn
Inner -:uar Glass; outer
guard, Ala i s( retarj
Om Kantoi : tar).
M.lton Hurwitz. treasurer, I)r Ar
thur Shapiro, and three-year trus
Fredrick z i i
Plans for the Installation of th"
slat.' will be formulated at the next
regular mee- I be held on Mon-
day even r, 19, at the Surf-
side Community Center.
miss hit a ffarsirr
50 Confirmed,
44 Graduated
At Beth Torah
presentation of the Cantata.
Wl .!: of
Ule annual confirmation
t Beth Torah ( i
on S mdaj ~ SO p m I
in t h <
Ewald Ziffei ling pre
n Ration, extei
Golden in-
lent, accepted the
t on bel alf of the
J G
mat; lor
Miss MacKci ed ai
uitli Mrs Mid
Toth as chairman of the parents
ittCM
Forty-four students particii
in graduation \ rciaes <-f th' He
brew Department of the Beth
Harold Walk Religious
School on Sunda) morning with
I Of the \
I -' d ;- Born." highL the
Dr. Max A. 1
the continuation oi
h iral
bani ,
ere
Mn Seidel
:
1
' I
" "' Mai I ||en
I
Franl Jona
Susan
pan Wi
Hahn Harrj Ha |
'in JeiT) l.a/ar
Lebman,
Moore kin I .,. | Newman
N< wman, 1 .i,> i hrtroff
Robert Rakusui
mond Erica Reiss, David Rutman
Ellen Schimek Gary Shachat. Paul
Sherr. Steven SUberman, Linda Sil-
verman. Robert Stein, Barbara
Stone, David Tenenbaum, Alan
wishn.it Nina Zimmerman. David
Zuckerman
Report on the registration1 of the
Jewish schools of Orelter M ami
and Hollv \r<>od and the result*
of the annual testing program of
the Bureau of Jewish E location,
were issued bw Lou- Schwartz-
man, executive director
The registration figures disclose
., total registration of 11.703 ttu
ts in the 40 ich ols hich is an
increi of over moo students m un
duplicated reinitiation
A total of 1,118 students arc
registered in the preschool de-
partments, 4,739 in the Hebrew
departments, end 5.846 in the
one-day a-week department*. Tbe
' increase in re.llatretiSfl does not
follow the national pa t t e r n,
where decrease shows in many
of the large Jewish communities.
Howevei tin local in< rease is
ostl) m th<
. i >ii
r of
ns the ,
ten
years
The testing |
; .C75 tests I -i hoola in
h subjects as Hebrew.
or:-.- and ieremonies his-,, i \
Humash ., Ism and Israel
Despite the difficult) in com
pariaofi with IBOfl and IMS, the
achievement level m th-- schooli
mis to have been sustained In
the subjeet of Hebrew, the marks
show good achievement, approxi
mating the national norms In
prayers, the l!*t>7 achievement lev
el appears lower than in 19H6 luit
better than 1MB In Humash. a
huher achievement u reflected
Two of the four areas in histOT)
sJiou a drop in a. hn ment in
comparison with iwm; and r-
The obiectives o4 the annual
letting program are to gather
sufficient cases to establish city
wide norms in the subjects tested
in the Jewish schools so as to
Lei
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rhilip
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Chamber Body Elects Realtor
rge
A Simon, realtor and
nsti nai rise president of the Na-
tional Institute of Farm and Land
Brokers, was elected president of
the International Affairs Council oi
the Miami-Dade County Chamber
of Commerce
Simon, born in Belpium. has
been active in IAC and the Cham
years H. *a-
1088 ami has
br for a number of
"lent of IAC in
tlectsd for the second time
Simon will leave for lanama on
June 20 to represent IAC and the
nber of Commerce ,,s delegate
annual meeting of the
I namber of Commerce of
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lay June 16. 1957
7
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Jfyar Ezra Landau

Kuldush in his honor Maurices
, Mordocai. son of Rabbi and i.andparents. Mrs Maurice Raskm
h fc- and Mr and Mar,,i, T TLdman.
all local residents, will help luni
celebrate
ic Bar Mit/\ .ih on Sat-
June 17. at Beth David
nation.
b_ra s father is spiritual leader
Beth David.
Page 13-B
fcrf Kirschbavm
Mark Malvin
Mark David, son of Mr and '"'tmtm 0~ht lafftr
He has bi?n attending Beth Mr Irving Malm, was Bar Mitz
Hid Religious School for (he past ^ June 10 at Congregation B^nai H. Merlin and Mrs Dorothy Ber- Robert attends seventh grade at
ears "d is now a student at | RP^ Kjda, wj att Ida M Klsher Jumor ,,,,, g^,
t of town guests from New berts honor on Sunday morning : He chairman of the project to
promote better relation dvp, V
brt Kirachbawm I tween the junior and senior citir
Robert Eric, son of Mr and Mrs. 'eBS in Miami Beach He is a memb-
Emanu El Kirschbaura. will be- *r <* the Junior Student Council
come Bar Mitzvah on Saturday. for n"t year.
Btth fritilmni
Mmrk Mai*,m
rested in history and drama. Yortc State were Marks grand-
Followmg the services, there will P*rents. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Le-
ongranational Kiddush and i v,mr- **r *n n in honor of the celebrant ""* uncle and cousins. Mr and Mrs.
tine the function from out- ""*'" Kamen.
Aiil he Kara's grandmother. Reception vm h-!d at the Miami
n EwUd f.andau. of New I.akes Country Club
ry; his uncle. Maestro Sieg
andau, conductor of the Beth Friadland
Ihilharmoma and West Beth Rena. daughter of Mr and
i :i\. and aunt. Irene Mrs Bernard Frledland. Of (oral
dan .1 modern dancer; Cablet, will he Bas Mitzvafa on Sal
aunt New York radio unlay June 17. al temple Sholom.
iNi.ii Mayer
f..pp 17. m Temnle Emann El
y Lake Presents
Proposed Slate
Rabbi Jonah E Caplan gave tin
principal address and outgoini
An honor Roll studei mce president, Daniel P Tunick con
Leon Junior High Beth playi lucted the ele< f sk\
Mark Goldberg olh ,_.,;,. ,, \|
' Mi M ton G ember ol the hospitalitj and
. .;, pubUcit) committees
the Sal ibs



rccc i ved rds |
" Iewish !
Hoi
Mr and Mrs Nathan Kei and Mr and Mrs Sam Kirschbaum.
Robert's grandparents, will attend
the event. i
The celebrant will be honored at
a Ktddush in Sirkin Hall immedl
ately fotlowin* the worship ser-
vice and at a reception Saturday
al Ihe Seville Hotel
lune 17,
he i
; fficers f'.r
1967 Harrj Fa
\ ice
i
... |
! kine hon-
i ial
Not
I
Ma nee Baskin
i Bar Miti
; Judea "i > ral Gabl< -
an eighth grade stu
Junior Huh >.
;> It, for
.- r- ceived .iAui.iv jnd
kes !he school h
' G Friedland
irill be
Kid illowing the sen
honoi of -.he celebrant
Doi\-jlj* Roller
Douglai Nathan ton of Mr and
Mr- Albert Rolter, will beco
Mitzvah v.-' da> June 17.
at Temple Emanu El
Douglas in in the seventh grade
lack
* a sky,
Ih Ehl :
i j Hei
' : JUIIUS
Manfred Kaufmann, Stan-
> Kesti lack Kornfeld Raphael
Harrj Morot itz Donald Pi< k
er Howard Roskin. Russell Schei
fei taron Staiman Elmer L'di II.
I awi em > Udell,
player at Nautilus Junior High School He FSU AlUIHS PltHI
Summer Program
tennis and
-ted in
Dementi
11 in the National
Society, and this
will participate in the
pth program in
ata, Mr and Mrs Loon
uw5 Cooatrj Club
al Gables, will host the
is interested in the stud) of orni
thology. astronomy and fishing
The celebrant will be honored at
The Florida state University
a reception after fhe worship >er Dao> (nuntv .4jumni ^^^ mPt at
vice at the Eden Roc Hotel thl. homo (>f pr,.lt.n, Mn Anda.
Mrs Elsie Rosenblatt, grand Bialolenki. 520 E DiLido (si to
mother of Douglas, ia coming from set plans for the summer and the
Spring Valley N Y for the event coming talk with Coach Rill Peter
Some 200 teen-ugers rained in the rain in Noitn baue
weex tor "a just peace in Israel." The youngsters, representing
the you-i organizations of Young Judaea, Young Israel,
United Synagogue Youth and AT1D, marched irom North
Miami Beach City Hali to Beth Torah Congregation, carrying
placards for peace in the Middle East. Speakers included Diane
Keshlansky, program advisor ct Young Judaea; Daniel Neai
Heller, member of the executive coinnu'.tee and board ol
governors of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation; Mcrrk
Bunim, past president of the Southeast Recion of USY; Rabbi
Max Lipschitz, spiritual lecder of Beth Torah; and Mayor
William McDonald, of North Miami Beach.
Robert Merlin
Robert, son of Mr and Mrs Je-
rome Merlin, will become Bar Mitz-
vah at Beth Moshe Congregation
w'wg Council Dinner
Miami Bowling Council on Saturday, June 17
1 ia 111 mi : i| \i;i Robert will conduct
and winners Sun
int, I,ora
nth Ave ihe dii
il i hampl to Lou Man
\!l< Classic Singles. Ix>u
I \if' i lassie \
'! winm : \iii Mast
K!ut/.-s ream ABC
| S, and
-nth place
the tradi-
tional services and chant the rial
rah
Kiddush in Root r1 honor spon
sored bj h.s parents will follow
the services in Popiel Social Hall
Robert is a student at the
Mo-he Religious
of the Florida State Universit)
Seminoh
Meeting with Mrs Rialolenki
were David Dy ne\. acting presi
dent elect; Kathj Ryan, secretary.
Join Bates, Hud Cash. I)r and
Mi Francis Funke Mai Green
Id, Jim Kyne, John Reynolds.
Nai ii I (ill smith and A ri n e
len
Also on the agenda ire ., boat
trip scheduled for June .'4 a swim
the home o: James Kyne,
Rabbinical Assn. Installs Officers

Is North Miami Junior High, and a football event in Gainesville
where he plays the guitar in the v" ember lhse rune
! Iwiini for the promotion ilarships
I i ends and relatives as well .is to eligible sudents b Imis-
his grandparents Mi and Mr V to Florida State I i versify

j
v
irucaj Association of (Jieater Miami s Congregation, outgoing president; Habbi
h' annual installation meeting at Temple Moms A. Kipper, of Temple Judea. outgoing
|nu-EI shows Jeff to light) Rabbi Sol Land- secretary; Rabbi Solomon Schih, of Beth L"l
lot Beth David Congregation, secretary; Congregation, reelected as executive vice
amuel Z. Jatte. of Temple Beth D Holly- piesident. Unable to attend was Rabbi H.chaid
Leviton. ol Temple Emanu-El. Ft Laudridale.
treasurer. Installation was conducted by Dr.
Herbert Baumgard. of Temple Beth Am. a past
president.
Rabbinical Association al Great
er Miami h >ld its u nual n >talla
tion meeting at Temple Email
lollowed b) a luncheon Wives of
the spiritual leadera mel With Mrs
ir\ ; I irman, w ho sei ved as
ho.tess dur ng the annual n:
rhe mei
to thi' Israel j Appeal
Fund can paign A a.i-
zati 'ii
I BgOgUl .ill I to
engage in the emergency i..
Ass
Ral
,
b) the Confei nee I Pi
e wish
.
i.ni
I .
the out

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S
' e
retary, Rabbi Morns A Kipper.
....... Di San uel Z Jaffe
HAKiS
Profits to Israel
' A!-h
Ameri ai s
orn
cial i lub
ancc on Satur
daj il YMll \ BSi fell St
Karen Cawn Wins
Legion's Award
Karen Dale Cawn was presi
i can Leu.on Award as
out landing sixth .
u
- Rryan
n t a r y
S
May
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Post-Confirmands Honored
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Shi i \
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I Sam i; ids;,
ir
12th yi
Brunch Aids Israel
Brunch mas held at the home of
vice president (outgoing treasuerer Dt.
Lehrman, of Temple Emanu-El, presi-
'outgoing vice president and a former
ientj; Dr. Max A. Lipschitz, of Beth Torah
need that all profits will Sherrj mui s\v 93rd I'l .
to the State ol Israel Food and on Tw ng Proceeds oj
pn/-s an included, and dancing wj| R0 .,, Ih(. ,.
to the music of the Aristo i Hosts were Mrs
Uat- lack Pasofl and Mrs Ben Coweni


y^.*s
>** Fnday ;^
Eshkol Savs Israel Will Bargain Only With Arabs
>riarm Kl Sheikh (!an
Not be Included \*
Point of Negotiation



Forces I5ack at Scopus
Tir>t Time Since '18:
Hospital to be Opened


IN COCOMUT GWVf
\rtisls Will
Seli \\ orks
C- a r lir rj; I i
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not Qtmif .najraaras
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tf A e*> c- *c
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to 0 KlV* '"rtC"l
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JtTMMiMM f>d Ire Smrm
gcwMMik *l s low*' end
he Sinai Pnir- ,.* .-eh
j-_minate the Strail o* Tir*n


lc EiHKGi.


JuOean Hills IMP! liawd -. 0l
the ea)t.e>tj inckdi-c A-
LflfteMMifW b ig trtet*
t HatVh H>fpf* jh(
Hadde***e-H ikrtB U
-edicel center was
replace MeOasvah H;
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Scochjs c'wor'n '*a oed 'o
the Hadassaf Heb'fw L
Slar SIihIiIimI \rra\ < M
Kinergeiic^ (
o -
Chi
nrmrii
No Commirit
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Rown %'resied that other key
leader-.hip positior* *r beir }
Tilled "a* f**t as we can stco
c01.ect.n9 money *o set up thr?
ompiicjn When th war beqan
Monday, we umpiy couldn I at
fv'd to w* foi ,- nicetiet o'
planning, and beaen vending Is-
rlc> rno-'fy fro-" hv COmffl
at the r*te of more than $100 000
a day in free dollars

M
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1

I npreeedented Temple
Drive Passes $425,000
i
The choice between immedi
*e delivery o* a Imrum check or
Mraitinf raw a.fS 0r the mjil
wj too ob on for anyone to
woriy about wtuch city got the
credit," Cohen stated.

Pi tlonda)
mailing an appeal lo it cioae lo
1.70 ix-i fainUiei hold
The need it for 'free dollai* "
ho Mid not the purchase cf
bonds Israel dors not need any
more ss. but it is we
who mud pjy our debt to the
courageous lighters in the easi-
est w.v *e can with money.'
havt
hi ti reraple
Urael i,:.

Discutwinr) plans for the new public relationa committee ot
the Miami Dade County Chamber ol Commerce are com-
mittee chairman. George Beebe 'left', senior managing editor
of thr* M'ami Herald, and Chamber president. Lawrence
Sheffey 'right), vice president of Southern Bell Telephone
Company. Other members taking part in the committee's
plans to build greater community awareness ol the important
contributions being made by the Chamber include A. W.
Webber (left center', state public relationa manager tor South-
ern Bell, and Jun Kreseler. director of membership relationa at
the Chamber.
Israel Bonds Ups Crisis Goal to $3 Million
Responding to a direct request
b) Mis (.iilda NW-ir. Israel Bond
leaden this wi-.-k Lncteeeed .*
crash drive Band With Israel Mo
bih/ation Koal to $3 million
The increaw came swiftly upon
, the heels of the *eccvtatul pasune
I of tae original S2 miuioa brael
Bond ua| vshich eaa M-t at tfc*
bafiaoing of ttu- ariala
Mi- Me.r mi vheduled to ad
drca. a galherinK of members of
he B.ind-With Iwarl Blamliaatiua
Corp. at a luncheon in the Fentairv*-
"* Uotel on Tlaay, chaired
by banvuel Kriedlaod
PROF MANN
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Officers Will
Attend Confab


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Mi it ibert Ro i
B< t-i
of alumna*
Joa*i h K. tin aaUoi
< seotUva -m-> retar) x
drej Borak nal
i>ii>dKv aducatioa
Mis Kita Pollack
of the Miami Alunin...
and Miss Barbara lea
of the Beta Theta ChapU
Unlvarait) of Miami, will r '
I Official delegates for their -
tue chapters.
Highlighting the convent:
be addresses by Drnie l**> r
{over. Hadatsah's Iulmki with
| State Department and pa* &
jarrhon of Phi Sigma &>(



ly June 16. 1967
*Anil Bhrkti tn
Page 15 2

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Mrs. Louis Dublin, acting president of Kneseth Israel Sisterhood.
^nts a gift in the form of a check from the Sisterhood to
v_>scar B. Schapiro treasurer of the synagogue. Appearing
.rith them is Louis Dublin, president, and Dr. David Lehrheld.
check represents the beautification etforts oi the Sister
hood for the newly-remodeled synagogue.
Liebman Will
Conduct Seminar
ibei man univei I)
w''l lea cuwiona which w ill
.vn-lioiir niAM on
thi ub i i'.,n Jadaisrn Burvtvi
Hi. c Society
seminai \- aponsored b)
"i I).a id I segregation 1 In
rae iii co.nmtnce Tuesday,
June 20, at H p.m and will he held
on saei Hvc Thuradaj At
lion will bo fnaaajid on teeio-
logical, anthropological and hastor
niii Mpacta of the topic
The seminar will include lee-
Un. s. qm Mum anil answer perk
and open discussion l.icbman has
played an active role in Jewish
mmmunal aita^ for manv pearl
both in the United States and in
I.at.n America
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Dode Podiatrists
Elect Dr.
Seymour / Better has been
elected pseaadenl
of the D a i "Miily Foctiatry
Aaan,
A graduate of
Temple I'nivcr
ity. Dr Beiser
i- chairman of
the V o (t i a t ry
I>epartments of
'.Kteopathie Gen-
eral and We*t
luster Hospitals
and i* a fellow
of the American
College of Foot
BavgtQtia
r new officers of the a-
IK l>: Donald G BcfcwwtZ,
: North Miami Keaeh. and Dr
N LauN-nthal. Jr of Miami
in treasurer
Or. Wolf son in Lecture
"Jewv and Arabs will be the
topic of a lecture by Dr Abraham
Vfotfaon before the Spinoza Forum
.or Adult F.ducatiun which meets
every Thursday, 10 am, at Wash-
ington Federal. 1234 Washington
Axe Raphael Burstem is chairman
ot. uista
Florida Branch
Orientation Set
Fiooda Branch of the National
n't League of the United S>o-
uc it uavanata wui noici a
' h board orientation of ail
< presidents and activity chair
hot Thursday. June 22, at Beth
D, from 10 am to 3 p.m.
!/uncheon will be prepared and
- .ed by th<- Melhe Kahaner Si-
hood of Beth Torah.
K^resentativea from the 30 af-
-1 Sisterhoods m the Stale \S.
da .ire expected to attend.
I Arthur J Brown is Florida
H president.
Mrs. Brauman
Passes on Beach
Mrs Esther Brauman. a 20-year
resident of the Delano Motel m
Miami Beach died Sunday mom
nig. June 4. following a HMg ill
neat. Burial was in Green Bav.
U/Il
The widow of Sam Brauman.
.minder oi Brauman Faper Com
pany in Green Bay. Mrs Brauman
i> .i menbei "i KMaaath Israel
Congregation and the secretary id
Uadassah there for 10 years
In Miami Beach **? was a
member of H>e Belh El Congre-
gation and a charter member of
the HetJetseK Chapter
V very active participant in phil
anthropic work in Miami. Mrs
Brauman was a member of the
hoard of the ( hildren's Cardiac
Hospital. Home of the A*ied. City
of Hope. Women's .American ORT.
B*aai ttnth women. Branaeta i ni
\rrsity National Women's Commit
tee, as well a* the Wisconsin. So
en ty for Jewish Learning
SaWivora are two sister*. Mrs
Ix-na Halpern, Miami Beach, and
Mrs Eva Ketnik. (ireen Bay.
UAHC Names
New Vice Pres.
By Special Report
NEW YORK Rabbi Alexander
M Schindh-r has been named as
the new vice president of the
I'nion of American Hebrew Con-
gregations, national conLTegational
body of Reform Judaism in North
America.
This marks the second time in
the religious group's 94-year his-
tory that this hijih ranking post
h.is been filled. The first such offi
Kaufman, in 1957. who left the
UAHC m 1965 to be the executive
idea president of the B nai B'nth
;n Washington. D C
The post has been vacant since
that time President of the I'nion
is Rabbi Maurice V Eatendrath
Rabbi Schindler has been the
I'mon's dnector of education since
1963

i
Summer Program
For Adults
Told by YMHA
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SummT
adidts too
the best
recipe
for
folks
newly
moved
to GREATER MIAMI
Tafca oaa abaft* 8*1 (or coupoa
>*'ow). ass aoaleas mOi aeaaeta
o' lifts sad information about the
city, stir la tamiiae hospitality,
id yon'M have a aenefou* too
d*>|hif awicom*. Just anone
Welcome
time can be fun for
Here is a hst of the
events planned for adults this sum
mer at the YM and YWHA of
Greater Miami
Wednesday. June 21, 8.30 pm.
Mo\ie Night, The film for the eve
ning will be "There Were T>n."
Israel's first full length feature
picture
Saturday. July 1. 8:30 p.m.
Square dance sponsored by the
"Y" Women
Tuesday, July 4. 4 to 8 p.m.
Family I>a> Field day. races and
enjoyment for the entire family
Sunday July 16 -Family Night.
aturday, July 20, 8-30 pm.
Summt r dance patterned after the
kcJUMBpagne dancs- rndd Am 15
Wedneadagr, Aug 9, 8 30 pm
For. ii.ii Film Nlghl Name of the
film soon to be announced
Saturdaj tng 19. 830 p.m.
Summer dantt Same a.- July 29
frolic
Training Center
Fetes JWA Aux
Mrs Bessie Gibber, president of
the Miam iBeach Auxiliary. Jew
ish War Veterans, announces that
a tea was given to the auxiliary in
"revognition for services rendered
at the Sunland TYaininn Center '
In attendance were Mrs Rose
Goldberg, child welfare chairman.
Mrs Merman La/srus. past pn si
dent. Mrs. Ben Roehwaru and Mr-
EstellC Greenfield, co chairmen
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Friday ]....c 1 1957
Students of the Beth Toiah Religious School
who participated in the community-wide
graduation exercises of the Bureau of Jewish
Education are shown with their instructor.
Alexander Andron lleH\ and Abraham J.
Girtelson. educational director. First row (left
to nght* are Mndred Kati, Joel Shweky. Alan
Karp. Louise Mishaan. Rose-Edith Berson.
Richard Katzman, Leonard Goldstein, Sondra
Schonwetter. Second row includes David Toth.
Roger Boruch, Larrv Kahn Michael Barth,
Edward Nussbaum and Arthur Jatiee.
Military Governors are "Named
In Captured Arab Territories
JERI SAI EM JTA) The
Israel Uovernment named military
governors f"r the west bank lection
Of Jordan and lor the .mil Northern Sinai this week a> a
lirM step toward restoring normal
condition! in the newlj conquered
a real
Brig ChSim Herzog w;. named
governor for the west i>;.:ik wtiirh
mclu iltan Jeru
Bi M h( I.
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(la/;i Sinai
The Jordanian area area inrme
diatelf divided Into districts and
reb-diatricts with officers to look
after the civilian population
It was even ntctitiry to estab-
li Jordanian police in tt* area had
tier1 after Israel drove the Jor-
danian armed forces from the
territory Brig. Hericj declared
in a radio statement that all pre-
cautionary measures had been
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taken to ensure normal activities
for all religions in the conquered
araa which includes shrines and
sacred places holy to Islam.
Christianity and Judaism.
Becsost Use Wailing wall In Old
Jerusalem i> rapidly N-cominj: a
major point of interest for visiting
Jewish leaders, sod because man)
J< m- wanted to \i-it it,
Brig Herzog aaid worh avaa a!
unoerwa) to clear the area
of mil es and debris from the fierce
fighting, and thai .1- aoon ai hi
vra- istiafied Ihe sei
ah mass t -n- 10 th Wailing
would be permitted
'ii,, the dignitaries who earn*
Mill.
were President Shazai ivl
Psalms
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mer Deput) 1 atln t< 1
l'- res also \ isited the -in in
Mr Ben-Gunon said tin- w..s hi>
aecoi d I appiesl da) sani
arrived in Israel the fir~* b
mhi l-: ai a/as estaWial
Israeli Jews may soon have
more noted shrines to visit, in-
cluding Rachel's Tomb near
Bethlehem and the historic burial
cave at Hebron. Rabbi Shlomo
Goren, the army chief chaplain,
holding the Torah Scroll he used
in leadiri services for Israeli
troops at the Wailing Wall, pro
ceeded to Rachel's Tomb, where
he prayed, and then to Hebron,
where he tecame the first Jew
to enter the cave proper.
Even before the IM8 War of
1 ii>< 1 ation 1 Iraba barn d .1 w -
from entering the 1 ave I
Abraham, Isaac and Jacob ai 1
led Now it 1- open ii> Jews ...
New Staff For
Hialeah JWV
Oi May it .ii Temple Tifereth
i. newl) elected officers of the
H aleah Miami Spring! Jewish War
Veterans wen- installed
UiNtaiiatmn team conaiated o
Irving Cooperman, state Depart
menl commander; James SI
senior vice commander; Michael
Schecter. Arthur SMevan, Junior
vice commander; Ralph Rosovoa
k\ judge ail\<< ate
Honorar) chaplain for the
ning was Rabbi Maurice Klein who
rieiive ed (he opening and < | 1
i>; ayei
Officers are Wilbaa K B)
man commander; Jessie Gibian,
senior rice commander; Leon Sil
verman, junior vice commander;
Joseph Newman, quartermaati
Abraham Wisei adjutant; Frank
1 "f the da) Ja< k
Manhofl chaplain
Ihe Ma) 21 breakfast meet
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ew Academy ninth grade arc seated ttont icv. .. : t
; Howard Leon Seil. Rii^c^u S. Baboui Re ihard
: Gail Khrrnreich William Ronald GreenLera. Soryl Beth Schreiber
. Bienenfeld Beverly I.finer. Carole Clatter Midd'e row :; lo I ihl
Pabbi Zev Litenatsky, assistant principal. Susan E. Moss, Jonathan Scott
.: Eh H. Oster. Saul Abusiewiez. Mindy Bastacky Harry Peters
Baylene Gogin. Sheldon lav Nussen. Linda R. Auqei. Storm.
Karen Ruth Zuckerman. Richard Allan Zelkowitz. Robin Y looias. Rabbi
Alexander S. Gross, pnncipc!. Last row (left to ng.it' are Jacob S. Weiss.
S Howard Wittels. Joel I. Fisher. Martin Rosenbium. Michael Alexander
Kieuter. Malcolm Lane Naaler. Moshe Mordechai Sukernk. Lawren. e W.
Genf-t, Joel Breeh Stuart Howard Bauml.
Zionist Council Names Rabbi Miller
By Special Rtporl
\^ ^ ORK Ralilu I ...
Mill, chairman <>f the American
i- i onference on Soi ief h
i......linating iwi\ ol 29
. i Jewish organisations, h-<-
ected -i~ chairman "i th<-
) Beach Student
Wins $2,000
Scholarship
i ru "i '4 '' N'
i...u h il Ibis
i the I haw I" '! ral
I DU .'lallull f"l v- '"
-hiji I. tin l nn -. holai -ii i> i> disbui s>
'- Of X'HXv 1"1 1'41'h ill till'
,1! > cat It is .i .H ii
.- nt high i' ad< mic achieve
it i the itudenl parti
'l llie I'uituml Bint social ob
- ni ichool jin* community
S< .twin v\in nsada bj t h i -
ii committee comprised "t
>t Baker, Miami B<
ii i. ouunen i t r
diloi Miami Beach Sun
. Lng Ix-hi m temple
j El; ami l>r Solomon S
ii u.".i>.ii ut Miami Bi k h
High Stlnx.l
scholarship i- pn i<
Awards Kvwrnbl} h\ ",.-
entine, \ ice prei lent I lu-i-
i Sjv inga and 1 '1.111 tasoci
i ew i- i- the < i-hth rcci|
annual award
American Zionul Council which
.ii i .- Hi'' i oordinating
'. entire Zioi
\lu'. .-in. i M i i nited States
Rabbi Mill
i -< n wjs made i>v tin- out-
pn-- dium which It; i go
he oun< .
-ii l.i-' Jul) 1 it i onsisteti <>'
v. liilntt. Jacob*m presiden
Hadt Jacques Toicrynei
piesidi iini-t Org m./.-
tion n( America Rabbi Hen
.-uliiii ni the Religiou."
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Fjine wit elected to serve at
chairman o* the executive com-
mittee of the Council Faine. a
graduate of Harvard Law School
and noted labor lawyer, is na-
tional eiecutive secretary of the
American Guild of Musical Art
isls, AFL CIO. He served as ad-
visor on labor relations to the
Minister of Labor in Israel in
15556
IUMm Miller "ho has been >
ti\e 111 Jewish affairs i)ih in New
ii the national to
the immcdiati pasl pres
i.l, i.t i : Hi.' Rabbinical ouncil ol
luncheon Meeting Held
t Hu-
ll, i.i Delano Chapter Hemo
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Mrs Leah I dell is i>" udcnl
ll, tinted idem
Johnson t" ser>e mi tin- Natioi
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with life sit\ .inn" was Ihe recipient ol the
American rabbis t" Russia in Jul}
1963 where he spoke from Ihe pul Rabin MMU-r serves
pit m Moscow an event recorded tenure as the spiritual leadei ol Bernard Revel Awai I Commu
i newspapers thnnulwuit the Kin.'slirulue Heights Jewish Cei mt> Services of the Yesbiva Col
world, mil noted b\ Ihe New York ter in the Bronx, NV lege Alumni Association
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